Frigg Oslo FK
Full nameFrigg Oslo Fotballklubb
Founded17 May 1904; 117 years ago (1904-05-17)
GroundFrogner Stadion
Capacity5,500
ChairmanGeir Hustad
ManagerMagnus Aadland
League3. divisjon, group 4
20193. divisjon, group 2, 8th
WebsiteClub website
Football team, c. 1930
Football team, c. 1930
Frigg Oslo playing a national bandy final against Mjøndalen IF in 1947
Frigg Oslo playing a national bandy final against Mjøndalen IF in 1947
Frigg training at Marienlyst
Frigg training at Marienlyst

Frigg Oslo Fotballklubb is a Norwegian sports club from Majorstua in Oslo.

It has sections for association football and bandy.

History

It was founded on 17 May 1904 as SK Frigg, named after Frigg of Norse mythology. It was merged on 21 April 1954 with SK Varg. It took the name Frigg Oslo FK in 1990. The club colors are white and blue, and the team plays at Marienlyst stadion. It has a training field at Tørteberg not far from Marienlyst.

As the name indicates it is mainly a football club. It formerly had a handball team; the women's team became national champions in 1962 and 1964. The men's football team played for many years in the Norwegian top flight, and won the Norwegian football cup in 1914, 1916 and 1921. It had several players for the Norwegian national team, including Harald Hennum and Per Pettersen.[1] Frigg last played in the top flight in 1973. The team currently plays in the 3. divisjon, being relegated from their 2. divisjon group in 2016.

European record

Season Competition Round Country Club Home Away Aggregate
1966–67 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup First round Scotland Dunfermline Athletic 1–3 1–3 2–6

Recent history

Season Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Cup Notes
2008 3. divisjon 2 22 15 4 3 73 18 49 First round
2009 3. divisjon promoted 1 22 20 0 2 81 21 60 First round Promoted to the 2. divisjon
2010 2. divisjon 9 26 8 10 8 44 48 34 First round
2011 2. divisjon 6 24 11 4 9 47 40 37 First round
2012 2. divisjon 8 26 9 5 12 53 58 32 First round
2013 2. divisjon relegated 12 26 7 4 15 42 45 25 First round Relegated to the 3. divisjon
2014 3. divisjon 8 26 19 3 4 73 23 60 First round
2015 3. divisjon promoted 1 26 17 7 2 71 29 58 Second qual. round Promoted to the 2. divisjon
2016 2. divisjon relegated 11 26 7 5 14 37 62 26 First round Relegated to the 3. divisjon
2017 3. divisjon 6 26 11 3 12 55 44 36 First round
2018 3. divisjon 2 26 16 7 3 64 14 55 First round
2019 3. divisjon 8 26 10 4 12 38 55 34 First round

Honours

Squad 2020

https://www.fotball.no/fotballdata/lag/spillere/?fiksId=314

Bandy

The men's bandy team played four cup finals in 1917, 1923, 1947 and 1948 but lost all. They were relegated from the 1st division (2nd tier) after the 2019/2020 season.

References

  1. ^ Henriksen, Petter, ed. (2007). "Frigg – sportsklubb". Store norske leksikon (in Norwegian). Oslo: Kunnskapsforlaget. Retrieved 8 June 2010.