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Bryne FK

Bryne
Bryne FK logo.svg
Full nameBryne Fotballklubb
Nickname(s)Jærens superlag
Founded10 April 1926; 94 years ago (10 April 1926)
GroundBryne Stadion
Bryne
Norway
Capacity10,000 (2,507 seated)
ChairmanNils Steinsland
Head CoachJan Halvor Halvorsen
League2. divisjon
20202. divisjon Group 2, 1st of 14 (promoted)
WebsiteClub website

Bryne Fotballklubb (Norwegian pronunciation: ['b:n?]) is a Norwegian football club from the town of Bryne, founded in 1926. As of 2019, it plays in the 2. divisjon.

History

Bryne has played a total of 17 seasons in the top flight of Norwegian football since their debut in 1976. They had their longest spell of 13 consecutive top tier seasons from 1976 until 1988. Their last stint in the top divisions lasted four seasons from 2000 until the 2003 season, when Bryne, coached by Swede Reine Almqvist, were relegated in the final round of the 2003 Tippeligaen.

Bryne placed sixth in 1. divisjon in 2007. It was a disappointing season for the club that is aiming for the top division. It was a turbulent season, players left and players were brought in. The players that came in before the season did not manage to set their mark on the club, and was (for the most) loaned out or sold. The season reached its bottom when head coach Magnus Johansson resigned after yet another disappointing appearance, this time against Tromsdalen. Hans Olav Frette, Johansson's predecessor, came in and led the team the rest of the season. In 2016, Bryne relegated to 2. divisjon[1] despite of winning the last game of the season.[2]

Stadium

Bryne spent the majority of their early years playing on a small, rented field next to Bryne Mill, before acquiring the site of their current home ground, Bryne Stadion, at the end of the 1930s. At the time of its inauguration in September 1946, the stadium's grass pitch was one of the largest in the country and a far cry from the 85x55 m dimensions of the Bryne Mill field.

Bryne Stadion is used both for football and athletics and has a capacity of 10,000, of which 2,507 are seated. The record attendance is 13,621 paying spectators, achieved when Bryne defeated Viking on 26 May 1980, although as many as 14,500 were estimated to have attended an earlier game between the two rivals, on 9 October 1977. The club considers 13,621 to be the official record since there were only 12,236 paying spectators at this other game.

Bryne have in recent years been working towards a possible redevelopment of their home ground, alternatively the construction of a new stadium elsewhere, in order to increase turnover and conform with the Norwegian Football Association's requirements for hosting top tier football matches. On 14 February 2006, the club presented plans for the Jæren Arena, an 8,688-capacity stadium designed by the architects responsible for Viking Stadion, and on 12 December 2006, the club announced that it had obtained finance for the project, which was estimated to cost 150 million NOK.

The intended location was on the border between the municipalities of Time, of which Bryne is the administrative centre, and Klepp. However, due to difficulties in obtaining a construction permit for the site, which is currently regulated for agricultural purposes, the club has opted for a new location about 900 m south of the old ground.[3] Bryne aimed to have the stadium completed in time for the 2008 season. In 2010, Jæren Arena AS went bankrupt.[4] As of 2019, Bryne still plays their matches at Bryne Stadion.

European Cup appearances

Season Competition Round Country Club Home Away Aggregate
1981-82 UEFA Cup First round Belgium KFC Winterslag 0-2 2-1 2-3
1983-84 UEFA Cup First round Belgium Anderlecht 0-3 1-1 1-4
1988-89 Cup Winners' Cup Preliminary round Hungary Békéscsaba El?re SSC 0-3 2-1 2-4

Achievements

Records

Recent history

Season Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Cup Notes
2001 Tippeligaen 12 26 6 4 16 33 61 22 Final Avoided relegation through playoffs
2002 Tippeligaen 9 26 8 7 11 38 39 31 Fourth round
2003 Tippeligaen ? 14 26 7 1 18 35 56 22 Third round Relegated to the 1. divisjon
2004 1. divisjon 7 30 11 9 10 54 45 42 Quarterfinal
2005 1. divisjon 5 30 14 8 8 55 33 50 Fourth round
2006 1. divisjon 3 30 14 10 6 52 44 52 Fourth round
2007 1. divisjon 6 30 14 7 9 57 38 49 Third round
2008 1. divisjon 11 30 10 6 14 38 53 36 Third round
2009 1. divisjon 8 30 10 10 10 41 39 40 Fourth round
2010 1. divisjon 9 28 10 5 13 57 52 35 Third round
2011 1. divisjon 9 30 11 11 8 47 36 44 First round
2012 1. divisjon 10 30 10 8 12 41 53 38 Second round
2013 1. divisjon 7 30 13 7 10 55 50 46 Fourth round
2014 1. divisjon 9 30 13 3 14 48 55 42 Second round
2015 1. divisjon 10 30 10 6 14 43 50 36 Third Round
2016 1. divisjon ? 13 30 7 9 14 33 48 30 Second Round Relegated
2017 2. divisjon 3 26 13 8 5 52 37 47 Second Round
2018 2. divisjon 5 26 11 8 7 45 38 41 Quarter-final
2019 2. divisjon 10 26 7 7 12 30 41 28 Third Round
2020 2. divisjon promoted1 19 13 5 1 47 23 44 Cancelled Promoted

Current squad

As of 24 May 2020

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 DF Norway NOR Sondre Vestbø Kyllingstad
2 DF Norway NOR Oliver Rotihaug
4 DF Norway NOR Marius Andersen
5 DF Faroe Islands FRO Rógvi Baldvinsson
6 MF Norway NOR Henning Romslo
7 MF Norway NOR Vegard Aasen
8 MF Australia AUS Luc Jeggo
9 FW Norway NOR Thierry Dabove
10 FW Norway NOR Robert Undheim
11 MF Norway NOR Bjarne Langeland
12 GK Norway NOR Oscar Gåsland
14 MF Norway NOR Tobias Bakken Dalbye
15 DF Norway NOR Kristoffer Hay
16 MF Norway NOR Andreas Dybevik
No. Pos. Nation Player
17 FW Norway NOR Joacim Holtan
18 DF England ENG Josh Robson
20 DF Norway NOR Ola Johannes Elvedahl
21 DF Norway NOR Krister Wemberg
22 FW Norway NOR Thomas Tjøtta
23 DF Norway NOR Rune Pedersen Bore
26 FW Norway NOR Torben Dvergsdal
27 MF Norway NOR Ola Mæland
28 MF Norway NOR Petter Øfsteng
29 MF Norway NOR Herman Rugland
77 FW Norway NOR Vetle Myhre
99 GK Lithuania LTU Igor Spiridonov
- GK Norway NOR Andreas Hoppestad

For season transfers, see transfers winter 2019-20.

Managers

See also : Category:Bryne FK managers

References

  1. ^ "Bryne rykket ned til 2. divisjon etter dramatisk innspurt". vg.no (in Norwegian). Verdens Gang. 30 October 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  2. ^ "Bryne rykker ned etter høydramatisk siste serierunde". adressa.no (in Norwegian). Adresseavisen. 30 October 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  3. ^ "Bryne bygger ny stadion". vg.no (in Norwegian). Verdens Gang. 16 January 2007. Retrieved 2019.
  4. ^ "Jæren Arena er konkurs". aftenbladet.no (in Norwegian). Stavanger Aftenblad. 10 March 2010. Retrieved 2019.

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