Valerenga

Valerenga


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2017-07-02 18:00:00
Brann
Valerenga
2017-09-24 15:00:00
Valerenga
Brann
2017-10-22 15:00:00
Viking
Valerenga
2017-10-29 15:00:00
Valerenga
Molde
Valerenga Squad
Didier Drogba Didier Drogba Didier Drogba Didier Drogba Didier Drogba Didier Drogba Didier Drogba Didier Drogba
Goalkeepers
Aslak Falch Marcus Sandberg
Rearguard
Jonatan Tollas Nation Robert Lundstrom
Kristoffer Hay
Midfielders
Christian Grindheim Mohammed Keita
Magnus Lekven Abdisalam Ibrahim
Daniel Berntsen Herman Stengel
Ghayas Zahid Samuel Kari Fridjonsson
Simen Juklerod Magnus Grodem
Niklas Fernando Castro Chidera Ezeh
Aron Donnum Felix Horn Myhre
Mohamed Keita Daniel Bernsten
Christian Borchgrevink Lars Olden Larsen
Chidera Ejuke
Vanguard
Steffen Iversen Daniel Fredheim Holm
Mohammed Abdellaoue Bard Finne
Henrik Kjelsrud Johansen Rasmus Lindkvist
Mathusan Sandrakumar Thomas Elsebutangen
Ernest Agyiri
Norwegian Tippeligaen Table
Games W D L Get Miss pts
1 30 21 6 3 65 25 69
2 30 16 6 8 42 27 54
3 30 15 6 9 44 35 51
4 30 12 10 8 47 43 46
5 30 13 6 11 48 42 45
6 30 12 9 9 35 37 45
7 30 12 8 10 44 40 44
8 30 12 7 11 33 35 43
9 30 12 6 12 46 51 42
10 30 10 8 12 41 39 38
11 30 8 12 10 33 37 36
12 30 8 10 12 45 50 34
13 30 9 7 14 36 46 34
14 30 8 7 15 35 42 31
15 30 8 6 16 36 45 30
16 30 2 10 18 23 59 16
Norwegian Tippeligaen Top Scorers
Gls
1 Ghayas Zahid 8(0)
2 Mohammed Abdellaoue 7(0)
3 Mohammed Keita 7(1)
4 Deshorn Brown 6(0)
5 Moussa Nije 4(0)
6 Rasmus Lindkvist 3(0)
7 Sivert Heltne Nilsen 3(0)
8 Simen Juklerod 3(0)
9 Elias Mar Omarsson 2(0)
10 Henrik Kjelsrud Johansen 2(0)
Valerenga Introduction
VÃ¥lerenga Fotball is a Norwegian association football club from Oslo and a part of the multi-sport club VÃ¥lerengens IF. Founded in 1913, the club is named after the neighbourhood of VÃ¥lerenga. VÃ¥lerenga won the Norwegian Football Cup in November 2008, but finished 10th in the 2008 Norwegian Tippeliga after a disappointing season. VÃ¥lerenga's home ground, as of 2009, is Ullevaal Stadion, the stadium for the Norway national football team. The previous stadium was Bislett Stadion, which hosted speed skating and track and field events in addition to football, and hosted the 1952 Winter Olympics.