A brief glimpse into the past

Kalezic Vasko - 2015 - (HD)
Kalezic Vasko - 2015 - (HD)

Football player 1994, National team Montenegro Under 21, Clubs: Mladost Podgorica, Honefoss BK, Anagennisi Derynea Contact email: vanjakaleza10@gmail.com

Honefoss BK vs. Aalesunds FK 0-3 , Hamdallah
Honefoss BK vs. Aalesunds FK 0-3 , Hamdallah

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Fredrikstad-Honefoss (25.11.2010)
Fredrikstad-Honefoss (25.11.2010)

Tippeligaen 'Playoff' / FREDRIKSTAD-HONEFOSS 4:0 (8:1)

Team, Place & City Details

Hønefoss BK
Hønefoss BK

Hønefoss Ballklubb is a Norwegian football club from Hønefoss, founded in 1895. The club was a part of the multi-sports club L/F Hønefoss until 2008.

Norwegian reserve football teams

Norwegian reserve football teams compete at all levels of league football within the Norwegian football league system apart from the top two divisions, Eliteserien and 1. divisjon.

Kråkerøy speech

The Kråkerøy speech, also known as the Fredrikstad speech, is the name of a speech given by Norwegian Prime Minister Einar Gerhardsen on February 29, 1948 at the Folkvang Assembly Hall on Kråkerøy Island near Fredrikstad. In the speech, he condemned the Norwegian Communist Party.

Kråkerøy

Kråkerøy is an island and a former municipality in Viken county, Norway. The island of Kråkerøy was separated from Glemmen as a municipality of its own January 1, 1908.

Kråkerøy (borough)

The borough of Kråkerøy is an administrative region in Fredrikstad, Norway.

Hønefoss
Hønefoss

Hønefoss is a town and the administrative center of the municipality of Ringerike in Buskerud county, Norway. Hønefoss is an industrial center of inner Østlandet, containing several factories and other industry.

Aka Arena
Aka Arena

Aka Arena, formerly known as Hønefoss Stadion, is a football stadium in Hønefoss, Norway, and is the home of former Norwegian top division, currently 3. divisjon club Hønefoss.

Hønefoss Station
Hønefoss Station

Hønefoss Station is a railway station located at Hønefoss in Ringerike, Norway. The station is located at the intersection between the Bergen Line, the Randsfjord Line and the Roa–Hønefoss Line.

Høka

Hønefoss Jernbanevogn- og Karosserifabrikk A/S, trading as Høka and at first known as Hønefoss Karosserifabrikk A/S, was a manufacturer of bodywork for buses, trucks and trains. The company was in existence from 1936 to 1968 and was based in Hønefoss, Norway.