|Full name||Sandefjord Ballklubb|
|Founded||27 February 1917|
|Ground|| Storstadion |
|League||Norwegian Fourth Division|
|2018||Norwegian Fifth Division, 2nd of 10|
Sandefjord Ballklubb is a Norwegian football club from Sandefjord, currently playing in Norwegian Fourth Division, the fifth tier in the Norwegian football league system.The club was founded on 27 February 1917. Their home matches are played at Storstadion in Sandefjord.
Sandefjord Ballklubb played in Hovedserien, the highest league in the league system, from 1948–49 to 1961–62, and in 1964 and 1965. They also played in the Norwegian Cup Final in 1957 and 1959, but lost both. Its last stint in the Norwegian First Division was in 1995.
On 10 September 1998, Ballklubben formed the elite football team Sandefjord Fotball with local rivals Runar, in an attempt to take Sandefjord back to the top level of football in Norway.
|2018||5. divisjon||2||18||13||2||3||65||27||41||dnq||Promoted to the 4. divisjon|
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