SK Djerv 1919

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SK Djerv 1919
Djerv 1919 logo.gif
Full nameSportsklubben Djerv 1919
Founded26 March 1919;101 years ago (1919-03-26)
GroundDjervbanen, Haugesund
League 3. divisjon, group 4
2019 3. divisjon, group 4, 3rd of 14 [1]
Website Club website

Sportsklubben Djerv 1919 is an association football club located in Haugesund, Norway, established in 1919. The first team plays in the 3. divisjon, the fourth tier of Norwegian football, after being promoted from the 4. divisjon in 2018.

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History

The club was founded on 26 March 1919. The year 1919 was added to the club name to distinguish the club from SK Djerv from Bergen. Djerv 1919 reached the semi-finals of the 1986 Norwegian Cup where they lost 1-0 to Tromsø. The team played its only season in the top division in 1988. [2] In 1993, it merged its elite teams with Haugar to create FK Haugesund, but kept on playing in the lower leagues. In 2018, the team was promoted to the fourth tier of Norwegian football.

Recent seasons

SeasonPos.Pl.WDLGSGAP Cup NotesRef.
2013 4. divisjon 3221327863441First qualifying round [3]
2014 4. divisjon2221912862758Second qualifying round [4]
2015 4. divisjon4221264713742First qualifying round [5]
2016 4. divisjon2221354532744dnq [6]
2017 4. divisjon8269710604634First qualifying round [7]
2018 4. divisjonUp-arrow-14.png1261961923763dnqPromoted to 3. divisjon [8]
2019 3. divisjon 3261637723851 First qualifying round [1]

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