Strømmen Idrettsforening is a Norwegian sports club from Strømmen. It has sections for football, athletics, and formerly had sections for speed skating among others.
Strömmensberg is a district in Gothenburg, Sweden, which belongs to Örgryte. It is a part of the officially defined residential district Bagaregården.
Strømm is a former municipality in Vestfold county, Norway.
Strømmen Storsenter is a Norwegian shopping centre in Strømmen, just outside Oslo. It was opened in 1985, with 39 stores, and in 1990 it expanded by another 50.
Møllergruppen is a company within car import, sale, repair, financial leasing, real estate development and other investments. It is the largest importer of vehicles in Norway, with responsibility for the Volkswagen Group vehicles, including Volkswagen, Audi, Škoda and the repair of SEAT. In addition the group has import of Volkswagen and Audi in Latvia and Lithuania.
Strømmen Stadion is a sports stadium in Strømmen, Skedsmo, Norway. It is currently used mostly for football matches, and is the home ground of Strømmen IF and women's Premier League team Team Strømmen.
Strømmens Værksted A/S was an industrial company based in Skedsmo, Norway, specializing in the production of rolling stock. Founded in 1873, it remains as a part of Bombardier Transportation.
Strømmen Station is a railway station on the Trunk Line in Skedsmo, Norway. It is served by the Oslo Commuter Rail line 400 operated by Norwegian State Railways running from Lillestrøm via Oslo S to Asker.
Strömmen may refer to: Strømmen, a town in Norway. Stockholms ström, a part of the Saltsjön bay of the Baltic Sea, in Sweden.
Strømmen is a village in Akershus, Norway.
The Strommen's Football team activities page. Related with social media posts of Strommen's games and scheduled events. Match records planned for future dates as well as home and away matches. Plan a trip and experience the excitement of the match on the spot!