|Full name||Moss Fotballklubb|
|Nickname(s)||Kællane (The Lads)|
|Founded||28 August 1906|
|Ground||Melløs stadion, Moss|
|Head coach||Thomas Myhre|
|2022||2. divisjon group 1, 1st of 14 (promoted)|
Moss Fotballklubb is a Norwegian football club, founded on 28 August 1906. They play in the 2. divisjon, the third highest division in the Norwegian football league system. They played in the Norwegian top flight between 1937-1939, 1953-1954, 1977-1985 (9 seasons), 1987-1990 (4 seasons), 1996 and 1998-2002. The club came close to earning promotion to the top flight in 2005, but lost the play-off against Molde.
Moss play their home games at Melløs stadion, which has a capacity of around 10,000. Because of national rules of professional license for top clubs in Norway, the stadium has only been certified for 3,085 spectators. Built in 1939, it has remained the club's home ground ever since. The record attendance is 10,085, set in 2003 against rivals Fredrikstad.A higher attendance may have been achieved in 1976 in a match against Odd, but no precise figure exists for this match because the gates broke down after around 9500 spectators had shown up.
|2006||1. divisjon||8||30||11||7||12||61||46||40||Third round|
|2007||1. divisjon||5||30||15||8||7||46||37||53||Third round|
|2008||1. divisjon||9||30||9||12||9||63||54||39||Third round|
|2009||1. divisjon||7||30||12||5||13||47||53||41||Second round|
|2010||1. divisjon||15||28||7||5||16||32||56||26||Third round||Relegated|
|2011||2. divisjon||10||26||11||5||10||58||56||38||First round|
|2012||2. divisjon||10||26||8||6||12||43||46||30||Second round|
|2013||2. divisjon||9||26||10||3||13||47||53||33||Second round|
|2014||2. divisjon||3||26||16||5||5||69||24||53||Second round|
|2015||2. divisjon||2||26||18||3||5||65||31||57||First round|
|2016||2. divisjon||11||26||9||8||9||57||55||35||Second round||Relegated|
|2017||3. divisjon||1||26||20||3||3||88||22||63||Second round||Promoted|
|2018||2. divisjon||9||26||7||9||10||37||42||30||Second round|
|2019||2. divisjon||8||26||10||4||12||35||46||34||Second round|
|2021||2. divisjon||10||26||8||5||13||44||51||29||Third round|
|2022||2. divisjon||1||24||18||2||4||46||23||56||Third round||Promoted|
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
|Head coach:||Thomas Myhre|
|Assistant Coach:||Even Juliussen|
|Keeper Coach:||Tommy Haglund|
|Kit manager:||Jan Roger Stokkebø|
|1980–81||UEFA Cup||First round||Magdeburg||2–3||1–2||3–5|
|1984–85||UEFA Cup Winners' Cup||First round||Bayern Munich||1–2||1–4||2–6|
|1988–89||European Cup||First round||Real Madrid||0–1||0–3||0–4|
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The 1989 season was Molde's 15th season in the top flight of Norwegian football. This season Molde competed in 1. divisjon and the Norwegian Cup.
The 1988 season was Molde's 14th season in the top flight of Norwegian football. This season Molde competed in 1. divisjon, the Norwegian Cup and the 1988–89 UEFA Cup.
The 1987 season was Molde's 13th season in the top flight of Norwegian football. This season Molde competed in 1. divisjon and the Norwegian Cup.
The 1985 season was Molde's 11th season in the top flight of Norwegian football. This season Molde competed in 1. divisjon and the Norwegian Cup.
The 1984 season was Molde's 10th season in the top flight of Norwegian football and their first since their promotion from 2. divisjon in 1983. This season Molde competed in 1. divisjon and the Norwegian Cup.
The 1982 season was Molde's 9th season in the top flight of Norwegian football and their first since their promotion from 2. divisjon in 1981. This season Molde competed in 1. divisjon and the Norwegian Cup.
The 1980 season was Molde's 8th season in the top flight of Norwegian football and their first since their promotion from 2. divisjon in 1979. This season Molde competed in 1. divisjon and the Norwegian Cup.