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Arna-Bjornar

Arna-Bjørnar
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Full nameArna-Bjørnar Fotball
Founded2000; 20 years ago (2000)
GroundArna stadion, Ytre Arna
Capacity1,200
ChairmanVidar Rønhovde
ManagerMorten Kalvenes
LeagueToppserien (women)
2. divisjon (men)
2019
2012
Toppserien, 9th (women)
Third divisjon / 7, 1st (promoted) (men)[1]
Arna Stadion

Arna-Bjørnar Fotball is a Norwegian football club from Arna, Bergen.

It was founded in late 2000 as a merger between the football branches from IL Bjørnar and Arna T&IL, and replaced Bjørnar IL in the league system from 2001. The women's team has played since then in the Toppserien apart from the 2005 season when it was in the First divisjon.

Prominent members of the women's team (2009) are goalkeepers Reidun Seth and Erika Skarbø, and Nigerian keeper Precious Dede brought in to cover while Skarbø recovers from a long-term wrist injury. Arna-Bjørnar has earned a reputation for developing young players and the squad includes the former and current Norway Under-19 captains, Maren Mjelde and Kristine Hegland, and prominent former Under-19 players Caroline Walde and Ingrid Ryland, both now Under-23 players, as well as senior international Madeleine Giske who played in the FIFA Women's World Cup 2007. The team has players in Norway's Under-17 team also.

Arna-Bjørnar's women's team is trained by Morten Kalvenes, brother of former Burnley player Christian Kalvenes.

In February 2011 the club had 13 players selected for Norway's international teams at senior level, Under-23, Under-19 and Under-17.[2]

The men's team currently plays in the Norwegian Third divisjon, and reached the second round of the Norwegian Football Cup in 2012, when they lost 1-0 to Hødd[3] who won the cup that season.

Women's team

Recent history

Season Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Cup Notes
2001 TS 3 18 13 2 3 41 27 41 semi-final
2002 TS 5 18 8 2 8 44 38 26 runner-up
2003 TS 6 18 6 4 8 43 48 22 final 16
2004 TS relegated9 18 4 1 13 31 54 13 quarter-final Relegated to 1. divisjon
2005 1D promoted1 18 17 1 0 89 10 52 final 16 Promoted to Toppserien
2006 TS 5 18 11 2 5 60 26 35 quarter-final
2007 TS 4 22 12 4 6 47 34 40 semi-final
2008 TS 5 22 12 5 5 58 26 41 quarter-final
2009 TS 5 22 9 6 7 37 35 33 quarter-final
2010 TS 4 22 14 1 7 55 26 43 semi-final
2011 TS 4 22 16 1 5 64 19 49 quarter-final
2012 TS 3 22 14 5 3 61 21 47 semi-final
2013 TS 3 22 10 8 4 39 24 38 quarter-final
2014 TS 3 22 14 0 8 58 21 42 second round
2015 TS 7 22 7 5 10 35 45 26 third round
2016 TS 8 22 7 4 11 22 38 25 third round
2017 TS 6 22 9 8 5 39 28 35 semi-final
2018 TS 3 22 11 6 5 53 26 39 quarter-final
2019 TS 9 22 6 5 11 26 41 23 semi-final

Players

Current women's squad

As of 22 February 2020.[4]

Former players

Honours

Men's team

Recent seasons

Season Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Cup Notes
2001 3. divisjon 7 22 8 3 11 37 50 27
2002 3. divisjon 9 22 6 3 13 37 51 21 First round
2003 3. divisjon 8 22 8 4 10 45 55 28 First qualifying round
2004 3. divisjon 6 22 10 3 9 37 49 33 First round
2005 3. divisjon 3 22 12 3 7 49 38 39 First qualifying round
2006 3. divisjon 2 20 12 1 7 41 30 37 First qualifying round
2007 3. divisjon 7 22 9 2 11 44 53 29 Second qualifying round
2008 3. divisjon 10 22 7 3 12 48 58 24 Second qualifying round
2009 3. divisjon 4 22 11 2 9 41 43 35 First qualifying round
2010 3. divisjon 3 22 14 1 7 67 36 43 First round
2011 3. divisjon 6 26 12 4 10 52 41 42 Second qualifying round
2012 3. divisjon promoted1 26 19 4 3 83 32 61 Second round Promoted to the 2. divisjon
2013 2. divisjon relegated14 26 8 1 17 28 67 25 First round Relegated to the 3. divisjon
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References

  1. ^ "Tabell 3. divisjon, avdeling 7 2012". nifs.no (in Norwegian). A-pressen. Retrieved 2013.
  2. ^ Bergen's national team
  3. ^ Nydal, Trond Roger (9 May 2012). "Historiske Arna-Bjørnar ute av cupen" (in Norwegian). Bergensavisen. Retrieved 2012.
  4. ^ "Arna-Bjørnar Kvinner Senior A". Football Association of Norway. Retrieved 2016.
  5. ^ "Norsk & Internasjonal Fotballstatistikk" (in Norwegian).

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