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Molde Fotballklubb is a football club from Moldemarker, Norwaymarker. It was founded on 19 June 1911.They currently play in Tippeligaen, the Norwegian top division.

Molde's home matches are played at Aker Stadionmarker (inaugurated 1998), which holds a record attendance of 13,308 (vs Rosenborg BKmarker, 1998). Aker stadium's maximum capacity now is 11,167 attendants. The record attendance at the former Molde stadium was 14,793 (vs Moss F.K., 1987). Among their investors is Kjell Inge Røkke. He invests approximately 10-15 million NOK annually, and in January 2006 he invested 10 million NOK for the club to buy players. [26617] Former prime minister Kjell Magne Bondevik is among Molde's supporters. The club is perhaps most famous for being Manchester United legend Ole Gunnar Solskjær's first professional club (where he scored thirty-one goals in just one season).

Molde participated in the UEFA Champions League in 1999 (1 win, 5 losses). In 2006, Molde played in the UEFA Cup, having won the Norwegian cup the previous season. On the 25th August, they were drawn to face Rangers F.C. in the UEFA Cup first round. They were knocked out 2–0 on aggregate after holding Scottish Giants Rangers to a 0–0 draw at the Aker stadionmarker.

History of league positions (since 1963)



Molde also briefly appeared among the championship contestants in 1958, but the league was differently organized at the top levels until 1963.

Achievements





Recent history

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Current squad

Coaching staff



Administrative staff



Notable former players

Cup champions for Molde 1994

Morten Bakke, Trond Strande, Sindre Rekdal, Flaco, Knut Anders Fostervold, Ulrich Møller, Tarje Nordstrand Jacobsen, André Nevstad, Kjetil Rekdal, Daniel Berg Hestad, Tor Gunnar Johnsen, Ole Bjørn Sundgot, Arild Stavrum, Berdon Sønderland, Jan Berg.


Cup champions for Molde 2005

Marcus Andreasson, John Andreas Husøy, Matej Mavric, Rob Friend, Tommy Eide Møster, Toni Kallio, Knut Dørum Lillebakk, Stian Ohr, Magnus Kihlberg, Kai Røberg, Trond Strande, Mitja Brulc, Øyvind Gjerde, Daniel Berg Hestad, Thomas Mork, Petter Rudi, Dag Roar Ørsal, Øyvind Gram, Torgeir Hoås, Martin Høyem, Lars Ivar Moldskred, Erlend Ormbostad, Madiou Konate, Johan Nås, Torgeir Ruud Ramsli, Petter Christian Singsaas.


Molde players who have played for the Norwegian national team

Trond Andersen, Morten Bakke, Jan Berg, Torkild Brakstad, Jostein Flo, Jan Fuglset, Tor Fuglset, Hugo Hansen, Åge Hareide, Harry Hestad, Daniel Berg Hestad, Magne Hoset, Arne Legernes, Øyvind Leonhardsen, Andreas Lund, Ulrich Møller, Roger Nilsen, Stian Ohr, Odd Inge Olsen, Kjetil Rekdal, Knut Olav Rindarøy, Petter Rudi, Ole Gunnar Solskjær, Arild Stavrum, Ole Bjørn Sundgot,


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Season
League
Cup
Europe
Top goalscorer
Division
Pos
Pl
W
D
L
GS
GA
Pts
Name
Goals
1999
Prem
2
26 16 2 8
49 37 50
SF
Champions League R1
2000
Prem
7
26 11 7 8
46 47 40
QF
UEFA CupR1
2001
Prem
5
26 13 5 8
54 41 44
R4
Magne Hoseth 10
2002
Prem
2
26 15 5 6
48 26 50
R3
André Schei Lindbæk
Bernt Hulsker
9
2003
Prem
9
26 9 4 13
32 41 31
R3
UEFA CupR2
Magne Hoseth 11
2004
Prem
11
26 7 10 9
34 37 31
R3
Bernt Hulsker
Thomas Mork
Magne Hoseth

4
2005
Prem
12
26 8 6 12
40 46 30
Winner
Rob Friend 10
2006
Prem
14
26 7 4 15
29 50 25
R3
UEFA CupR1
Pape Paté Diouf 5
2007
Div 1
1
30 22 3 5
62 28 69
R1
Mame Biram Diouf 10
2008
Prem
9
26 8 6 12
39 43 31
SF
José Roberto Rodrigues Mota 12
2009
Prem
2
30 17 5 8
62 35 56
Final
Mame Biram Diouf 16
Coach Kjell Jonevret
Assistant coach Erling Moe
Goalkeeper coach Per Magne Misund
Chairman Oddne Hansen
Director Øystein Neerland
Director of football Tarje Nordstrand Jacobsen

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