Tollnes BK

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Tollnes BK
Full nameTollnes Ballklubb
Founded27 September 1932
GroundTollnes stadion,
League Third division
2014 Third Division - Group 5, 3rd

Tollnes Ballklubb is a Norwegian football club located in Skien. It currently plays in the Norwegian Third Division.


It was a member of Arbeidernes Idrettsforbund before the Second World War. [1]

Recent history

SeasonPos.Pl.WDLGSGAP Cup Notes
2000 D2 52211475135373rd round
2001 D2 12614847347501st roundPromoted to 1. Division
2002 D1 163061233792192nd roundRelegated to 2. Division
2003 D2 42611965345421st round
2004 D2 42616286842502nd round
2005 D2 726114114946371st round
2006 D2 122675143159261st roundRelegated to 3. Division
2007 D3 12217237120531st round
2008 D3 726113126370362nd qualifying round
2009 D3 526132118155411st qualifying round
2010 D3 42617368941541st round
2011 D3 102484126086281st qualifying round
2012 D3 926103134755331st qualifying round


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  1. Larsen, Petter (1979). Med AIF-stjerna på brystet (in Norwegian). Oslo: Tiden. p. 271. ISBN   82-10-01853-1.
  2. "Norsk & Internasjonal Fotballstatistikk" (in Norwegian).