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Bodo/Glimt Opinions

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Bodo/Glimt latest results

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Bodo/Glimt Players

Players Position
Ulrik Saltnes
Ulrik Saltnes Norway
Nikita Haikin
Nikita Haikin Russia
Marius Lode
Marius Lode Norway
Adam Sørensen
Adam Sørensen Denmark
Sondre Sørli
Sondre Sørli Norway
Nino Žugelj
Nino Žugelj Slovenia

Bodo/Glimt Injuries & Suspensions

Players Type Last Update
O. Elabdellaoui
O. Elabdellaoui Injured
Injury December 3, 2023
R. Espejord
R. Espejord Injured
Leg Injury December 3, 2023
N. Haikin
N. Haikin Injured
Injury December 3, 2023
P. Dahl
P. Dahl Injured
Injury December 3, 2023
Injury December 3, 2023
S. Kristiansen
S. Kristiansen Injured
Injury November 26, 2023
B. Wembangomo
B. Wembangomo Injured
Injury October 1, 2023
N. Zugelj
N. Zugelj Injured
Muscle Injury October 1, 2023

Bodo/Glimt latest transfers

Date Player From To Price
2024-02-09 A. Pellegrino Bodo/Glimt San Jose Earthquakes € 260K
2024-01-20 F. Moumbagna Bodo/Glimt Marseille € 8M
2023-03-07 L. Salvesen Bodo/Glimt Viking € 700K
2023-01-30 J. Mvuka Bodo/Glimt Lorient € 5.5M
2022-08-29 P. Berg Lens Bodo/Glimt € 4.5M
2022-01-05 E. Melkersen Bodo/Glimt Hibernian € 420K
2022-01-01 E. Botheim Bodo/Glimt Krasnodar € 7.5M
2022-01-01 P. Berg Bodo/Glimt Lens € 4.5M
2020-10-01 J. Hauge Bodo/Glimt AC Milan € 4M
2020-01-03 H. Evjen Bodo/Glimt AZ Alkmaar € 2.5M

About Bodo/Glimt

Bodo/Glimt is a professional football club based in Bodo, Norway. The club was officially founded on September 19, 1916, although its roots can be traced back to 1903. It is one of the oldest and most successful football clubs in Norway, with a rich history and tradition that spans over a century.

The club's name, Bodo/Glimt, is derived from the town it represents, Bodo, and Glimt, which translates to 'glimpse' or 'sparkle' in Norwegian. The club's colors are yellow and black, and they play their home matches at the Aspmyra Stadium, which has a seating capacity of approximately 7,354 spectators.

Bodo/Glimt has competed in the top tier of Norwegian football, the Eliteserien, for the majority of its history. The club has had several successful periods, particularly in the 1970s and 1990s, when they won the Norwegian Cup in 1975 and 1993. The club also had a strong run in the early 2000s, consistently finishing in the top half of the Eliteserien table.

However, Bodo/Glimt has also faced its share of challenges. The club has been relegated to the second tier of Norwegian football, the 1. divisjon, multiple times, most recently in 2016. Despite these setbacks, Bodo/Glimt has always shown resilience and determination, bouncing back to the top tier after each relegation.

The 2020 season marked a significant milestone in the club's history, as Bodo/Glimt won the Eliteserien for the first time, finishing 19 points clear of second-placed Molde. This victory was a testament to the club's growth and development over the years, and it cemented Bodo/Glimt's status as one of the top football clubs in Norway.

Bodo/Glimt is known for its strong emphasis on youth development, with a successful academy that has produced several players who have gone on to represent the club at the senior level and the Norwegian national team. The club's commitment to nurturing young talent is a key part of its philosophy and long-term strategy.

Off the pitch, Bodo/Glimt is deeply rooted in the local community and has a strong fan base. The club is owned by its members and is committed to promoting football and sportsmanship in the Bodo region. The club also engages in various social initiatives, including programs aimed at promoting health, education, and social inclusion.

In summary, Bodo/Glimt is a club with a rich history and a bright future. Its success on the pitch, commitment to youth development, and deep ties to the local community make it a pillar of Norwegian football. Despite the challenges it has faced, Bodo/Glimt has always shown resilience and ambition, qualities that will continue to drive its success in the years to come.

Prediction Stats

Correct Strike rate
Winner 124/178 70%
Over/Under 26/34 76%
League Correct %
Primera División - Apertura logo Primera División - Apertura 20/23 87%
Pro League logo Pro League 44/53 83%
Cup logo Cup 9/11 82%
Premier League logo Premier League 44/55 80%
First League logo First League 105/133 79%
Super League 1 logo Super League 1 104/134 78%
Liga 1 logo Liga 1 57/74 77%
Liga Pro logo Liga Pro 121/157 77%
Süper Lig logo Süper Lig 177/234 76%
NPFL logo NPFL 90/119 76%