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Rosenborg BK Kvinner
Rosenborg BK Kvinner
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Full nameRosenborg Ballklub Kvinner
Founded18 May 1917; 103 years ago (1917-05-18); as SK Trondheims-Ørn
GroundKoteng Arena, Trondheim
Head coachSteinar Lein
LeagueToppserien
2020Toppserien, 2nd of 10

Rosenborg Ballklub Kvinner (previously known as Sportsklubben Trondheims-Ørn) is a Norwegian women's football club from Trondheim. It is Norway's most successful women's football club. In 2020, the club began an affiliation with the men's football club Rosenborg BK and changed to its current name.[1]

The club was founded as a multi-sports club on 18 May 1917 and became a member of the Workers' Sports Federation in the 1920s. It was first based in Lademoen and had a clubhouse at Buran between 1946 and the 1960s. It had sections for men's football, Nordic skiing, speed skating, track and field, and swimming. Team handball followed in 1952, and ice hockey in 1961. The women's football section was established in 1972, twelve years before a national league was organized. The men's football team and all other sports were discontinued in 1984, so that only the women's football section survived.[2]

Rosenborg Kvinner has won the Toppserien seven times, which is a record tied with LSK Kvinner. It also holds a record eight cup championships. It has also won the Nordic champions cup once.

Recent history

Season Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Cup Notes
2005 TS 4 18 10 3 5 31 17 33 Quarter-final
2006 TS 2 18 13 3 2 47 10 42 Semi-final
2007 TS 6 22 9 3 10 38 38 30 3rd round
2008 TS 9 22 6 5 11 26 38 23 3rd round
2009 TS 6 22 9 4 9 37 41 31 Semi-final
2010 TS 5 22 12 2 8 34 29 38 Final
2011 TS 6 22 11 2 9 45 41 35 Semi-final
2012 TS 9 22 6 3 13 29 50 22 Quarter-final
2013 TS 7 22 9 3 10 39 49 30 3rd round
2014 TS 8 22 7 6 9 33 37 27 Final
2015 TS 8 22 7 3 12 27 38 24 Semi-final
2016 TS 7 22 7 6 9 34 41 27 Semi-final
2017 TS 8 22 8 6 8 36 36 30 Quarter-final
2018 TS 10 22 4 6 12 25 48 18 Quarter-final
2019 TS 7 22 8 5 9 26 22 29 Semi-final
2020 TS 2 18 10 8 0 34 16 38 Quarter-final

First-team squad

As of 4 June 2020.[3]

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

References

  1. ^ https://www.adressa.no/100Sport/fotball/RBKs-arsmote-har-talt-Rosenborg-skal-satse-pa-kvinnefotball-287103b.html
  2. ^ "Klubbens historie" (in Norwegian). SK Trondheims-Ørn. Retrieved 2011.
  3. ^ "Rosenborg Ballklubb Kvinner A-lag". Rosenborg BK Kvinner. Retrieved 2020.

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