LSK Kvinner FK

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LSK Kvinner
Lillestrøm logo
Full name LSK Kvinner Fotballklubb
Founded 10 October 1989; 28 years ago (1989-10-10)
Ground LSK-Hallen
Lillestrøm
Norway
Ground Capacity 1,500
Chairman Per Kristiansen
Manager Hege Riise
League Toppserien
2017 Champions

LSK Kvinner Fotballklubb is a Norwegian women's football club from Lillestrøm.

History

Logo between 2001 and 2009 as Team Strømmen FK.

It was founded in 1989 as a merger between the women's football branches of Setskog IF and Høland IL. It was known as Setskog/Høland FK and played their home games on AHF-banen in Bjørkelangen, Aurskog-Høland.

Before the 2001 season the club was relocated from Bjørkelangen to Strømmen and the name was changed to Team Strømmen. Team Strømmen finished the 2008 season in 2nd position in the Norwegian premier league (Toppserien). They lost 3-1 against league champions Røa IL in the Norwegian Cup final on Bislett Stadion on 8 November 2008.

From 2010 the team will be a part of Lillestrøm SK. Thus changing its name to LSK Kvinner FK, as well as the logo and kits likewise.

Recent history

Season Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Cup Notes
2005 TS 2 18 12 3 3 44 22 39 Final
2006 TS 4 18 12 2 4 46 25 38 quarter-final
2007 TS 5 22 10 6 6 37 29 36 quarter-final
2008 TS 2 22 14 4 4 44 22 46 Final
2009 TS 4 22 11 3 8 48 31 36 Final
2010 TS 6 22 11 3 8 42 32 36 semi-final
2011 TS 5 22 13 1 8 47 42 40 quarter-final
2012 TS 1 22 18 2 2 66 17 56 quarter-final
2013 TS 2 22 15 4 3 51 18 49 semi-final
2014 TS 1 22 18 3 1 64 14 57 Winner
2015 TS 1 22 18 2 2 58 16 56 Winner
2016 TS 1 22 19 3 0 88 10 60 Winner
2017 TS 1 22 19 2 1 68 18 59 semi-final

Players

Current squad

As of 30 June 2017 [1]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Norway GK Cecilie Fiskerstrand
2 Norway DF Ingrid Moe Wold (captain)
4 Norway DF Andrea Myran Taugard
5 Norway DF Ida Jeanett Fjordbakk
6 Norway FW Emilie Haavi
7 Norway MF Synne Skinnes Hansen
8 Norway FW Ingrid Byrøygard Kvernvolden
10 Norway MF Guro Reiten
12 Norway GK Lene Lauve
14 Norway DF Emilie Woldvik
No. Position Player
15 Norway MF Hedda Myran Taugard
16 Finland DF Anna Westerlund
17 Japan MF Ryoko Takara
18 Norway DF Malin Johnsen Brenn
19 Norway FW Marte Berget
20 Norway MF Ingrid Marie Spord
22 Norway DF Anja Sønstevold
23 Germany MF Isabell Bachor
25 Norway MF Sophie Haug

Former players

European record

UEFA Women's Champions League:

References

  1. ^ "LSK Kvinner Senior 1". Football Association of Norway. Retrieved 30 June 2017. 

External links

  • Official site
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