Toppvolley Norge 3 - 1 Askim VBK 02.02.2020.
TIF Viking - TVN 24.11.
Askim 3 - 1 Stod, Askimhallen Siste sett mangler, men endte 26-24.
TV Wackersdorf is a German sports club from Wackersdorf, which was founded in 1912 as Turnverein "Glück-Auf" Wackersdorf 1912 e.V. The club's futsal team plays in the Futsal-Regionalliga, which is the highest level of futsal in Germany.
Askim is a town and a municipality in Østfold county, Norway. The administrative centre of the municipality is the town of Askim.
Askim is a district (stadsdelsnämndsområde) of the Gothenburg Municipality in Sweden, about 10 km (6 mi) south-west of the city centre. To the northwest of Askim is Västra Frölunda, to the east is Mölndal, and the sea is to the west.
A hundred is a geographic division formerly used in northern Germanic countries and related colonies, which historically was used to divide a larger region into smaller administrative divisions. The equivalent term in Swedish is härad ; in Danish and Norwegian, herred; in Finnish, kihlakunta; and in Estonian, kihelkond.
Askizsky District is an administrative and municipal district (raion), one of the eight in the Republic of Khakassia, Russia. It is located in the central and western parts of the republic.
Askim Upper Secondary School is an Upper Secondary School situated in the outskirts of the municipality of Askim. It was originally two different schools; Hov Upper Secondary School (general studies) and Ask Upper secondary School (vocational training), but they merged to Askim Upper Secondary School for practical reasons.
The Solbergfoss Line was a 7.9-kilometer (4.9 mi) railway line which ran from Askim Station to Solbergfoss Power Station, entirely in Askim, Norway. The single-track, standard gauge railway was an industrial railway operated by the power station owned by Oslo Lysverker and the Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Directorate.
Askim Næringspark Station , until 2008 named Næringsparken, was a railway station situated in the eastern outskirts of Askim, Norway. Situated 31.02 kilometers (19.27 mi), it consisted of a single side platform and served an hourly train of the Norwegian State Railways's Oslo Commuter Rail.
Askim Station is located at Askim, Norway on the Eastern Østfold Line. The railway station is served by the Oslo Commuter Rail line L22 from Oslo Central Station.