Strømsgodset IF

Strømsgodset IF

Football club infobox
clubname = Strømsgodset

fullname = Strømsgodset Idrettsforening
nickname = "Godset"
founded = February 10 1907
ground = Marienlyst Stadion Drammen
capacity = 8,500
chairman = Cay Anders Josefsson
secretary = Tom Berntzen
manager = Ronny Deila
assistant manager = flagicon|Norway Bård Ove Homstøl
league = Tippeligaen
season = 2007
position = 10th
shirtsupplier = Nike
shirtsponsors= Sparebank1 Drammen

Strømsgodset IF is a Norwegian football club from Drammen. The club was founded February 10 1907, but was most successful in the 60s and 70s, lead by the young striker Steinar Pettersen and his class-mates, who got Strømsgodset from 4th division to the elite division in just a few years. Strømsgodset won the Norwegian Premier League in 1970 and the Norwegian Cup in 1969, 1970, 1973 and 1991. This team was popular as the "Rødgata Boys", after the street most of them lived in. Most of these players were also accomplished bandy players, and Strømsgodset won four Championships in the winter version of football. Four of the football players collected silver medals in the bandy World Cup in 1965; Steinar Pettersen, Inge Thun, Thorodd Presberg and Ole Johnny Friise.

In 1997 Strømsgodset had one of the best seasons in recent times, finishing 3rd in the premier division and losing the cup final.

Before the 2006 season, Strømsgodset was saved from bankruptcy, by a group of investors. This gave rise to a "new version" of Strømsgodset IF, and the club signed 13 new players before the 2006 season. (15 players had to leave the club)

The club has a loyal supporter club in GodsetUnionen

Support at Marienlyst Stadium has almost double since last season and the club will be promoted this season to the Norwegian Premier League. The promotion was secured four rounds before the finish, and the 1st place two rounds later. Winger Mattias Andersson became the top scorer for the league, with 21 goals. The team was captained by the legendary Øyvind Leonhardsen. He is also the captain in the 2007 season.

Home ground

Strømsgodset IF play their home games at Marienlyst Stadium. Marienlyst is one of Norway's most intimate football arenas, with a current capacity of approx. 8500, after a major improvement in 2003. There are 6400 seats on the sides and 1100 at one of the ends. Record attendance through all times is 16.687 against Rosenborg BK in 1969.

The stadium often goes under the name of "Gamle Gress" (meaning "Old turf")

Field measurements are 106 m x 68 m.

During the winter of 2007/08 the turf will be replaced with an artificial grass surface as well as being fitted with an artificial icing surface for bandy.

Marienlyst Stadium was frequently used in Norway's U21 International matches, but has now been replaced by other stadia.


*Norwegian Premier League:
**Winners (1): 1970

*Norwegian Football Cup:
**Winners (4): 1969, 1970, 1973, 1991
**Runners-up (2): 1993, 1997

Strømsgodset in Europe

*UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1970-71Strømsgodset-Nantes 0-5

Nantes-Strømsgodset 2-3
*European Cup 1971-72Strømsgodset-Arsenal 1-3

Arsenal-Strømsgodset 4-0

*UEFA Cup 1973-74Strømsgodset-Leeds 1-1

Leeds-Strømsgodset 6-1

*UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1974-75Liverpool-Strømsgodset 11-0

Strømsgodset-Liverpool 0-1
*UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1992-93Strømsgodset-Hapoel Petah Tikva 0-2

Hapoel Petah Tikva-Strømsgodset 2-0
*UEFA Cup 1998-99Hapoel Tel Aviv-Strømsgodset 1-0

Strømsgodset-Hapoel Tel Aviv 1-0 (Strømsgodset win penalties 4-2)

Strømsgodset-Aston Villa 0-3

Aston Villa-Strømsgodset 3-2

Current Squad

"As of August 10 2008."

Coaching staff

*Coach: Ronny Deila
*Assistant coach: Bård Ove Homstøl
*Goalkeeper / reserves coach: Thomas André Ødegaard
*Player development coach: Bjørn Petter Ingebretsen
*Physio / physical trainer: Grete Mellingen Homstøl

Administrative staff

*Chairman: Cay Anders Josefsson
*Director: Tom Berntzen
*Director of football: Jostein Flo

Previous managers

*Terje Dokken (1980-1982)
*Einar Sigmundstad (1983-1984)
*Bjørn Odmar Andersen (1985)
*Erik Eriksen (1986)
*Terje Dokken (1987-1988)
*Einar Sigmundstad (1989-1990)
*Tor Røste Fossen (1991)
*Hallvar Thoresen (1992)
*Dag Vidar Kristoffersen (1993-1998)
*Jens Martin Støten (1999)
*Arne Dokken (2000-2002)
*Vidar Davidsen (2003-2004)
*Anders Jacobsen (2005)
*Dag Eilev Fagermo (2006-2007)

External links

* [ Strømsgodset IF]
* [ Godsetunionen - Supporter club]

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