KFUM-Kameratene Oslo

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KFUM-Kameratene Oslo is the sports branch of the local YMCA in Oslo, Norway. It has sections for association football, futsal, volleyball and track and field. The football team currently plays in 1. divisjon, the second tier of the Norwegian football league system.

KFUM Oslo
Full nameKFUM-Kameratene Oslo
Nickname(s)"Kåffa"
Founded1 January 1939
GroundKFUM Arena, Ekeberg, Oslo
Capacity1,500
ManagerJørgen Isnes
League1. divisjon
20191. divisjon 4th of 16

The club was founded on 1 January 1939. Its traditional base is in downtown Oslo, but it now plays its matches at KFUM Arena at Ekebergsletta.[1]

FootballEdit

In 2008 KFUM-Kameratene Oslo won their 3. divisjon group, and also won the playoff to gain promotion.[2] It had formerly failed in such a playoff in 2004.[3] In their first year in the 2. divisjon, the third tier, they finished fourth. In 2010, and again in 2013, they ended up in second place. In 2015 they finally were promoted to the 1. divisjon as champions of Group 1. The team was coached by former football player Ståle Andersen. In 2018, KFUM finished in second plays in the 2018 2. divisjon group 2 and qualified for promotion play-offs. The team defeated Åsane with 4–3 on aggregate in the play-offs and won promotion to the 2019 1. divisjon.[4]

Recent historyEdit

Season Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Cup Notes
2006 3. divisjon 3 22 12 5 5 62 27 41 Second qualifying round
2007 3. divisjon 2 22 15 3 2 72 22 48 Second round
2008 3. divisjon   1 22 18 3 1 103 15 57 Second round Promoted to the 2. divisjon
2009 2. divisjon 4 26 14 6 6 55 34 48 First round
2010 2. divisjon 2 26 18 3 5 69 30 56 Second round
2011 2. divisjon 9 26 10 8 8 55 38 38 Second round
2012 2. divisjon 7 26 11 5 10 48 49 38 Second round
2013 2. divisjon 2 26 17 6 3 62 26 57 Second round
2014 2. divisjon 5 26 13 6 7 44 31 45 First round
2015 2. divisjon   1 26 20 2 4 62 28 62 Second round Promoted to the 1. divisjon
2016 1. divisjon   15 30 6 8 16 31 48 26 Third round Relegated to 2. divisjon
2017 2. divisjon 7 26 10 4 12 43 39 34 Third round
2018 2. divisjon   2 26 13 8 5 47 32 47 Third round Promoted to the 1. divisjon
2019 1. divisjon 4 30 13 9 8 58 42 48 Quarter-final

Players and staffEdit

Current squadEdit

As of 9 April 2016[5]

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

No. Position Player
1   GK Simon Thomas
3   DF Dadi Gaye
4   MF Kristoffer Hagen
5   DF Håkon Aalmen
6   MF Daniel Fredheim Holm
7   MF Robin Gravli Rasch
8   MF Stian Sortevik
9   FW Abdul-Basit Agouda
11   FW David Tavakoli
12   GK Knut Skjærstein
13   GK Jonathan Ward Ådlandsvik
15   DF Mansour Gueye
No. Position Player
16   FW Fisnik Kastrati
20   FW Juba Massinissa Moula
21   MF Tore André Sørås
22   MF Fredrik Levorstad
23   DF Marius Brevig
24   DF Halvard Gotaas Bonde
25   DF Tobias Collett
28   DF Emmanuel Troudart
29   MF Rahul Sharma
30   MF Isak Yri Øystese
33   DF Jørgen Hammer
37   MF Håkon Kristian Stavrum

Coaching staffEdit

Position Name
Head coach Jørgen Isnes
Assistant coaches Anders Lübeck, Daniel Fredheim Holm
Goalkeeper coach Nikolai Vendedik
First team manager Guttorm Lande
Team manager Terje Granli
Academy manager Erik Jonvik
Equipment manager Dag Magelsen
Fitness coach Gitte Madsen

Administrative staffEdit

Position Name
Administrative director Thor-Erik Stenberg
Assistant director Christoffer Dahl
Operations manager Terje Andersen
Sports director Eivind Arnevåg

FutsalEdit

KFUM-Kameratene Oslo Futsal is the futsal department of KFUM-Kameratene Oslo They won the Norwegian Futsal Premier League in 2009–10, after receiving silver medals in the inaugural season.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Historie" (in Norwegian). KFUM-Kameratene Oslo. Retrieved 24 July 2010.
  2. ^ "Tidligere meritter" (in Norwegian). KFUM-Kameratene Oslo. Retrieved 24 July 2010.
  3. ^ Kirkebøen, Stein Erik (11 October 2004). "KFUM snublet i oppløpet". Aftenposten Aften (in Norwegian). p. 16.
  4. ^ "Jubel for KFUM Oslo: Rykket opp etter knallsterk snuoperasjon". NTB (in Norwegian). Aftenposten. 25 November 2004. Retrieved 27 November 2018.
  5. ^ "KFUM Oslo". NIFS.no. Retrieved 5 February 2016.

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