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Kolbotn Fotball
Kolbotn Fotball
Kolbotn IL logo.svg
Full nameKolbotn Fotball
Founded1916; 104 years ago (1916)
GroundSofiemyr stadion
Oppegård
Capacity400
Sports LeaderKnut Norem
Head coachAleksander Olsen
LeagueToppserien
2019Toppserien, 8th of 12
WebsiteClub website

Kolbotn IL Fotball is a sub-section under the sports club Kolbotn IL from Kolbotn, Norway. The club started football in 1916 and organized football as a semi-autonomous sub-section in 1960.

The women's team plays in Toppserien and is one of the most successful in Norway with three league titles (2002, 2005 and 2006) and one cup title (2007).

The men's team resides in the 4. divisjon (fifth tier of the Norwegian football league system), after being relegated from the 3. divisjon in 2011 and played in the 2. divisjon as late as 1993.

Recent history

Season Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Cup Notes
2006 TS 1 18 13 3 2 76 17 42 quarter-final
2007 TS 2 22 16 2 4 71 18 50 winner
2008 TS 4 22 12 6 4 51 23 42 semi-final
2009 TS 3 22 16 2 4 51 25 50 quarter-final
2010 TS 3 22 15 2 5 49 12 47 quarter-final
2011 TS 3 22 16 3 3 59 26 51 semi-final
2012 TS 5 22 9 7 6 36 35 34 quarter-final
2013 TS 6 22 9 4 9 39 42 31 3rd round
2014 TS 4 22 13 0 9 41 32 39 quarter-final
2015 TS 5 22 9 5 8 45 28 32 quarter-final
2016 TS 4 22 12 4 6 32 17 40 semi-final
2017 TS 10 22 4 3 15 17 43 15 3rd round
2018 TS 5 22 11 6 5 34 35 39 quarter-final
2019 TS 8 22 7 6 9 35 39 27 quarter-final

Achievements

Women's football

Players

Kolbotn players in June 2013

Current squad

As of 27 April 2020.[1]

Former players

Ada Hegerberg, the first ever recipient of the Ballon d'Or Féminin in 2018, played for Kolbotn in 2010 and 2011.

References

  1. ^ "Kolbotn kvinner senior A". Football Association of Norway. Retrieved 2016.

External links


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