Spjelkavik IL

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Spjelkavik
Full nameSpjelkavik Idrettslag
Nickname(s)Vika
Founded18 March 1932
GroundSpjelkavik stadion, Ålesund
ChairmanPerry Holen
ManagerFrode Fagermo, Spjelkavik IL Fotball
League 3. divisjon
2019 3. divisjon Group 1, 4th of 14 [1]

Spjelkavik IL is a Norwegian sports club from the neighborhood Spjelkavik in Ålesund. It has sections for football, handball and skiing, and was founded on 18 March 1932.

Alpine skiers Mona and Nina Løseth represent the club.

The women's football team last played in the top division in 1992. Ann Kristin Aarønes was the top goalscorer during this heyday for the club. Spjelkavik IL currently doesn't have a senior team for women. The men's team currently resides in the 3. divisjon (fourth tier), having last played in the 2. divisjon in 2002. Notable former players include Tor Hogne Aarøy.

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References

  1. "Norsk Tipping-ligaen avd 1 2019 - Tabell". fotball.no (in Norwegian). Football Association of Norway . Retrieved 28 October 2019.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

Unofficial site: www.spjelkavikil.no

Coordinates: 62°27′40″N6°23′02″E / 62.46116°N 6.383784°E / 62.46116; 6.383784