A brief glimpse into the past

After leaving Svalbard, Lillehammer was our next stop on our Norway 2019 trip. It was a short flight from Longyearbyen/Svalbard to Oslo, Norway. 

#Brumunddal #Lillehammer #Maihaugen #Mjøstårnet #Norway #Olympics #Oslo #VigelandPark #travel

After leaving Svalbard, Lillehammer was our next stop on our Norway 2019 trip. It was a short flight from Longyearbyen/Svalbard to Oslo, Norway. #Brumunddal #Lillehammer #Maihaugen #Mjøstårnet #Norway #Olympics #Oslo #VigelandPark #travel



El delantero tinerfeño Alexander García emprende de nuevo aventura fuera de casa y es nuevo jugador del Nybergsund de Noruega

El delantero tinerfeño Alexander García emprende de nuevo aventura fuera de casa y es nuevo jugador del Nybergsund de Noruega



Asker - Nybergsund/Trysil 6-1
Asker - Nybergsund/Trysil 6-1

Høydepunkter, 02.06.2018 Føyka kunstgress, Mål: 1-0 (42. min.) Alagie Sanyang, 2-0 (44. min.) Marcus Mehnert, 3-0 (58. min.) Alagie Sanyang, 4-0 (81. min.) Demba Traore, 4-1 (82. min) Aleksander Cisic, 5-1 (84. min.) Roman Fazi, 6-1 (90. min.) Hallvard Håskjold. Asker: Andreas Vedeler - Hallvard Håskjold, Aaron Lee Jones, Max Hallgren, Kinni Grewal - Alagie Sanyang (68. min. for Tomasz Sokolowski), Patrik Karoliussen (83. min. for Petter Svensson), Stian Solberg, Roman Fazi - Eivind Fallås Dahl (77. min. for Demba Traore), Marcus Mehnert. Dommer: Mischa Kellerhals, Orre IL Fotball. Gule kort: Victor Wagner Pedersen, Nybergsund/Trysil. Tilskuere: 415 på Føyka



Asker Fotball - Nybergsund IL Trysil 3-0 scoring på heading fra Alagie Sanyang 2. Juni 2018
Asker Fotball - Nybergsund IL Trysil 3-0 scoring på heading fra Alagie Sanyang 2. Juni 2018

Asker Fotball - Nybergsund IL Trysil 6-1 på Føyka Stadion i Asker. Asker spiller Alagie Sanyang header inn 3-0 Etter frispark fra Patrik Karoliussen Full artikkel: http://www.nordicstadiums.com/foyka-stadion



MIF - Sundet 5-2 (1-1), 10.04.2011
MIF - Sundet 5-2 (1-1), 10.04.2011

MIF - Nybergsund/Trysil 5-2 (1-1) 0-1: Djemba Traore 1-1: Bjarne K Ingebretsen (44.min) 2-1: Joachim O Solberg (51.min) 3-1: Bajram Ajeti (56. min) 4-1: Bjarne K Ingebretsen (63.min) 5-1: Knut Rønningene (66. min) 5-2: Mirza Durakovic (70. min) Gule kort: Gudmann Thorisson, Damian Williams og Christoffer Solbakken,N/T. Joachim O Solberg, MIF MIF: Anders Rotevatn -- Martin Strange, Knut Rønningene, Morten Sundli, Kristian Høvring -- Joachim O Solberg (Victor Larsson fra 85. min), Bjarne K Ingebretsen, Aziz Idris, Martin R Ovenstad - Petar Rnkovic (Marius Boldt fra 72. min), Bajram Ajeti (Emil Fossum fra 87.min).



Team, Place & City Details

Brumunddal Fotball

Brumunddal Fotball is the football section of the Norwegian alliance sports club Brumunddal IL, located in Brumunddal, Hedmark. The organizational independency of the football section dates from 2003, although its parent club was founded in 1895.

Reserve teams in Norwegian football

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.

Nybergsund IL-Trysil

Nybergsund IL-Trysil is a Norwegian football club located in Nybergsund in Trysil. It currently plays in the Norwegian Second Division, having been relegated from Adeccoligaen in 2011 after four seasons on the second tier.

Brumunddal
Brumunddal

Brumunddal is the largest settlement in the Ringsaker municipality of Hedmark, Norway. It is a small, densely populated area surrounded by countryside and farms on the eastern shore of Norway's largest lake: Mjøsa.

Brumunddal Station
Brumunddal Station

Brumunddal Station is a railway station in Brumunddal in Ringsaker, Norway, on Dovrebanen. The station was opened in 1894 with the construction of the railway between Hamar and Tretten.

Brumunddal IL

Brumunddal Idrettslag is a Norwegian alliance sports club from Brumunddal, Hedmark. It has departments for association football and alpine skiing.

Nybergsund
Nybergsund

Nybergsund is a village in the municipality of Trysil in Hedmark, Norway with a population of 363. The village is best known for serving as a hiding place for the Norwegian royal family and Cabinet and sustaining German bombing during the German conquest of Norway.

Nybergsund Stadion

Nybergsund Stadion is an association football venue located in Trysil, Norway. It is the home ground of Nybergsund IL-Trysil in the First Division.