|Full name||Arild Østbø|
|Date of birth||19 April 1991|
|Place of birth||Stavanger, Norway|
|Height||1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)|
|2009–2010||→ Sandnes Ulf (loan)|
|2012||→ Start (loan)||7||(0)|
|2013||→ Strømmen (loan)||20||(0)|
| * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league onlyand correct as of 15 April 2021|
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 27 March 2013
Arild Østbø (born 19 April 1991) is a Norwegian footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Viking.
Østbø was born in Stavangerand joined the senior team of Viking FK in 2008. He formerly played for Buøy IL. He made his Viking debut in the 2008 Norwegian Football Cup, but his Tippeligaen debut came in 2010.
From 2009 to 2010 he was on loan in Sandnes Ulf; the deal was terminated after Sandnes Ulf got Bo Andersen as their first-choice goalkeeper.
Following Alexander Lund Hansen's transfer from Start to Rosenborg, Østbø was on 9 August 2012 loaned out to Start for the rest of the 2012-season.
Ahead of the 2013 season, Viking's first-choice goalkeeper Rune Jarstein wanted to leave the club to play abroad. When the international transfer window closed on 1 February 2013, Jarstein was however still a Viking-player, and Viking wanted to loan out Østbø instead.Østbø joined the First Division side Strømmen on a season-long loan-deal in February 2013, where Viking had an option to recall Østbø if Jarstein were sold in the summer. After his loan deal ended, he was poised to return to Viking as the successor of Jarstein.
On 2 November 2015, he signed a two-year contract with Sarpsborg 08.After one season in Sarpsborg, Østbø signed a three-year contract with Rosenborg in January 2017.
On 24 September 2019, Viking announced that Østbø would return to the club, signing a three-year contract ahead of the 2020 season.
|Start (loan)||2012||1. divisjon||7||0||0||0||—||—||7||0|
Andreas Ulland Andersen is a Norwegian footballer who plays as a midfielder for Vard Haugesund.
The 2013 season was Viking's first full season with Kjell Jonevret as manager. They finished 5th in the Tippeligaen and were knocked out of the cup by Adeccoligaen side Bryne in the Third Round.
The 2014 season was Aalesunds FK's eight consecutive season in the Tippeligaen, and their second season was with Jan Jönsson as their manager. They finished the season in 7th position, and reached the Fourth round of the Norwegian Cup, where they were defeated by Lillestrøm.
The 2014 season was FK Haugesund's 5th season back in the Tippeligaen since their promotion in 2009 and their 6th season with Jostein Grindhaug as manager. They finished the season in 11th position, were eliminated at the Quarter-finals stage of the Norwegian Cup by Stabæk and reached Second qualifying round of the Europa League where they were defeated by FK Sarajevo.
The 2014 season is Sarpsborg 08's 3rd season in Tippeligaen, following their return to the top level in 2012. It is also their second, and final, season with Brian Deane as the club's manager, after he announced he would be leaving the club at the end of the season.
The 2014 season is Sandnes Ulf's 3rd season in the Tippeligaen, the top flight of Norwegian football and their ninth season with Asle Andersen as their manager.
The 2014 season was Viking's second full season with Kjell Jonevret as manager. They competed in the Tippeligaen and were knocked out of the cup at the Quarterfinal stage by Molde.
The 2014 season was Sogndal's fourth consecutive season in the Tippeligaen. They finished the season in 15th place, being relegated to the OBOS-ligaen, whilst also reaching the Fourth Round of the Norwegian Cup where they were beaten by Viking.
The 2016 season was Viking's fourth full season with Kjell Jonevret as manager. They are competing in the Tippeligaen and the cup.
The 2017 season was Viking's 29th consecutive year in Eliteserien, and their 68th season in the top flight of Norwegian football.
The 2017 season is Sarpsborg 08's 6th season in Tippeligaen, following their return to the top level in 2012. It is also their third season with Geir Bakke as the club's manager.
The 2018 season was Viking's 1st year back in 1. divisjon, after 29 consecutive seasons in the top flight of Norwegian football.
The 2019 season was Viking's 1st year back in Eliteserien, after being promoted last season. It was the club's 69th season in the top flight of Norwegian football. The club participated in the Eliteserien and the Norwegian Cup.
The 2020 season was Viking's 2nd consecutive year in Eliteserien, and their 70th season in the top flight of Norwegian football. The club participated in the Eliteserien and the UEFA Europa League. The Norwegian Cup was cancelled.