Stjernen vant 2-3 i OT mot Lillehammer i Eidsiva Arena. Se målene fra TV2 her! 21.09.21.
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Stjernen vinner tilslutt 3-2 over Ringerike i Stjernehallen. Se målene fra TV2 Play her!
Manglerud Star Fotball is a football club based in Oslo, Norway. It's part of the multi-sport club Manglerud Star.
Manglerud Star Ishockey, commonly known as Manglerud Star and abbreviated as MS, is a Norwegian ice hockey team based in Oslo, Norway. They currently play in the GET-ligaen, after replacing the bankrupt Rosenborg IHK in the summer of 2014.
Manglerudhallen is the name of two arenas, an indoor ice hockey arena and a multi-purpose indoor arena, located in Manglerud, Oslo, Norway. The capacity of the ice hockey arena is 2,000 and it was opened in 1979.
Reserve teams in Norwegian association football play in the ordinary league system. They are always attached to their first teams with a "2" suffix, must play in a lower league than the first team, and cannot play in the Premier League or First Division.
Stjernen Hockey is a Norwegian ice hockey team based in Fredrikstad, Norway. They currently play in the GET-ligaen.
Stjernehallen is an indoor ice hockey arena located in Fredrikstad, Norway. The capacity of the arena is 2,473 and was opened in 1970.
Manglerud is a borough in the Østensjø district of Oslo, Norway. Manglerud was built in the 1960s as a suburb to Oslo, connected by the Oslo T-bane metro system.
Manglerud is a rapid transit station on the Lambertseter Line of the Oslo Metro. It is served mainly by line 4 and by line 1 trains on weekdays between 06:00 and 19:00.
Idrettslaget Manglerud Star is a Norwegian alliance sports club from Manglerud, Oslo. It has sections for association football and ice hockey.
Kongesjaluppen Stjernen I (The Star I) is a boat formerly used by the King of Norway for short sea transport on official occasions. She was built by Akers Mekaniske Verksted in Oslo as build number 189 in 1899.
Stjernen is the present boat used by the King of Norway for short sea transport on official occasions. The 55-foot (17 m) pine boat was designed by Richard Gustav Furuholmen and built in 1935 by Anker og Jensen in Asker for merchant Nicolay Eger who named her Estrella.
Stjernen is the Norwegian word for star in the definite form. Stjernen may also refer to: Stjernen Hockey, an ice hockey club based in Fredrikstad, Norway.
Stjerneborg was Tycho Brahe's underground observatory next to his palace-observatory Uraniborg, located on the island of Hven in Øresund. Tycho Brahe built it circa 1581.