Lillestrøm Sportsklubb is a Norwegian professional football club from the city of Lillestrøm, just outside of the capital Oslo. Starting with the 2020 season, they will compete in OBOS-ligaen, the second tier of Norwegian football, following their 2019 relegation.
Lillestrøm idrettspark, colloquially known as Lillestrøm stadion, is a sports facility located at Lillestrøm in Skedsmo, Norway. The main venue is Romerike friidrettsstadion, an athletics stadium with eight all-weather running tracks.
The 2008 season was Lillestrøm SK's 18th season in the Tippeligaen, and their 33rd consecutive season in the top division of Norwegian football.
The 2009 season was Lillestrøm SK's 20th season in the Tippeligaen, and their 36th consecutive season in the top division of Norwegian football.
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.
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.
Lillestrøm is a municipality in Viken county. It is located in the traditional district of Romerike.
Lillestrøm Station is a railway station serving the town of Lillestrøm in Skedsmo, Norway. Located on the Gardermoen Line and the Trunk Line as well as being the western terminus of the Kongsvinger Line, it is the main transport hub of the eastern parts of the Greater Oslo area, and all trains east of Oslo – local, regional, airport express, and long-distance express – call at Lillestrøm.
Lillestrom is an abandoned Scandinavian "block settlement" in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan located in Hillsborough No. 132.
Lillestrøm Municipality is a municipality on the Nedre Romerike. The municipality was formed on January 1, 2020 by the merger of the former Fet, Skedsmo and Sørum municipalities.
Lillestrøm is a town located some 18 km east-northeast of Oslo, the capital city of Norway. With a population of some 14,000 inhabitants, it is the administrative centre of Lillestrøm Municipality in Viken County, and lies within the traditional district of Romerike.
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 is an association football venue located in Trysil, Norway. It is the home ground of Nybergsund IL-Trysil in the First Division.
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.