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Sandefjord Players

Players Position
Keanin Ayer Boya
Keanin Ayer Boya South Africa
Ian Smeulers
Ian Smeulers Netherlands
Jesper Taaje
Jesper Taaje Norway
Martin Gjone
Martin Gjone Norway
Youssef Chaib
Youssef Chaib Norway

Sandefjord Injuries & Suspensions

Players Type Last Update
J. Taaje
J. Taaje Injured
Yellow Cards October 21, 2023
I. Smeulers
I. Smeulers Injured
Yellow Cards August 20, 2023
V. Egeli
V. Egeli Injured
Injury July 9, 2023
Y. Chaib
Y. Chaib Injured
Injury June 11, 2023
F. Palerud
F. Palerud Injured
Injury May 29, 2023
F. Berglie
F. Berglie Injured
Injury May 16, 2023
G. Koomson
G. Koomson Injured
Injury May 16, 2023
F. Nyenetue
F. Nyenetue Injured
Injury April 23, 2023
S. Mork
S. Mork Injured
Injury April 16, 2023

Sandefjord latest transfers

Date Player From To Price
2018-08-29 A. Seck Sandefjord Antwerp € 25K

About Sandefjord

Sandefjord Fotball is a professional football club based in Sandefjord, Norway. Established in 1998, the club was the result of a merger between two local football clubs, Sandefjord Ballklubb and Runar. The club's primary colors are blue and white, reflecting the city's maritime heritage.

Sandefjord Fotball competes in the Eliteserien, the top tier of Norwegian football. The club's journey to the top division was not straightforward. After its formation, the club spent several years in the lower divisions before earning promotion to the Eliteserien in 2006. The club's stay in the top division was short-lived, as they were relegated after just two seasons. However, Sandefjord Fotball has since bounced back, earning promotion to the Eliteserien on multiple occasions.

The club's home matches are played at the Komplett Arena, a modern stadium with a capacity of 6,582 spectators. The stadium, which was opened in 2007, is known for its distinctive blue seats and excellent facilities. The Komplett Arena has also hosted international matches, further enhancing the club's reputation.

Despite its relatively short history, Sandefjord Fotball has had some notable successes. The club won the Norwegian Football Cup in 2004, which remains one of the most significant achievements in its history. The victory in the cup competition, which is open to all clubs in Norway, demonstrated the club's potential and paved the way for its subsequent promotions to the Eliteserien.

Sandefjord Fotball has also developed a reputation for nurturing young talent. The club's youth academy has produced several players who have gone on to have successful careers in Norway and abroad. This commitment to youth development is a key part of the club's philosophy and is reflected in its motto, "Our own youth, our future."

Over the years, Sandefjord Fotball has faced challenges, including financial difficulties and periods of poor form on the pitch. However, the club has always shown resilience, bouncing back from setbacks and continuing to compete at a high level. The club's fans, known as the "Blue Army," are renowned for their passionate support and play a crucial role in the club's identity.

In conclusion, Sandefjord Fotball is a club with a rich history and a bright future. Despite its relatively short existence, the club has made a significant impact on Norwegian football, both on and off the pitch. With its commitment to youth development and its passionate fan base, Sandefjord Fotball is a club that embodies the spirit of Norwegian football.

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%