Travel Teams

All our teams are named after Norwegian players or teams

Gjøa 2001 U18 SK Brann

Azar Karadas is a Norwegian footballer who plays for SK Brann. He operates primarily as a centre forward. He competed professionally in Portugal, England, Germany and Turkey.

Gjøa 2001 U18 Karadas

Azar Karadas is a Norwegian footballer who plays for SK Brann. He operates primarily as a centre forward. He competed professionally in Portugal, England, Germany and Turkey.

Gjøa 2002 U17 Solskjaer

Ole Gunnar Solskjær spent most of his career playing as a forward for Machester United and is nicknamed the Baby-faced Assassin. He is currently the manager of Molde FK.

Gjøa 2003 U16 Berg

Henning Berg won titles with both Blackburn Rovers and Man United , becoming the first player to win the Premier League with two clubs. He was capped 100 times by Norway, scoring nine goals.

Gjøa 2003 U16 Riise

John Arne Riise With 110 caps, he is the most capped player for the Norway national team. He played for Premier League side Liverpool, and won the 2004–05 UEFA Champions League, before moving to Roma in 2008.

Gjøa 2004 U15 Rønning

Trine Bjerke Rønning has over 150 caps for Norway. Rønning played at the 200320072011 and 2015 FIFA Women's World Cups, as well as at the 2008 Olympic football tournament.

Gjøa 2004 U15 Skjelbred

Per Ciljan Skjelbred plays as a midfielder for Hertha Berlin. He previously played for Rosenborg and Hamburger SV, and has been capped 43 times playing for Norway, but in 2017, retired from international football.

Gjøa 2005 U14 Bjornebye

Stig Bjørnebye played in Norway, England, and Denmark, most notably for England’s best club; Liverpool. For club and country, Bjørnebye was noted for his precise deliveries from the flanks.

Gjøa 2005 U14 King

Joshua King plays as a striker for Bournemouth and the Norway national team. King made his senior international debut against Iceland in 2012, and scored his first international goal against Cyprus later that year.

Gjøa 2005 U14 Mjelde

Maren Nævdal Mjelde plays for Chelsea Ladies and the Norway national team. She was selected for UEFA Women's Euro 2009, and the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup.

Gjøa 2006 U13 Flo

Tore André Flo was capped 76 times, scoring 23 goals for Norway, and represented his country in 1998 FIFA World Cup and UEFA Euro 2000. In England he played for Chelsea.

Gjøa 2006 U13 Hangeland

Brede Paulsen Hangeland played as a central defender in Norway and Denmark. From 2008 to 2014 he played for Fulham, helping the team to the 2010 UEFA Cup Final.

Gjøa 2006 U13 Pedersen

Morten Gamst Pedersen  began his career with Tromsø, then played for English side Blackburn Rovers between 2004 and 2013. He has been capped more than 80 times, and scored 17 goals, for Norway.

Gjøa 2007 U12 Nordtveit

Håvard Nordtveit plays as a defensive midfielder for 1899 Hoffenheim and the Norway national team. He played before for Borussia Mönchengladbach and West Ham United.

Gjøa 2007 U12 Tettey

Alexander Banor Tettey plays as a central midfielder for English club Norwich City and was born in Ghana, but moved to Norway at a young age. He has previously played for Rosenborg and Rennes.

Gjøa 2008 U11 Henriksen

Markus Henriksen plays as an attacking midfielder for Hull City. Just over two months after making his Norway under-21 debut, he made his senior debut for the Norwegian national side against the same country.

Gjøa 2008 U11 Olsen

Egil Roger Olsen, nicknamed Drillo, is best known as a highly successful manager of the Norway national team. Olsen was also a successful player with 16 caps for the national team.

Gjøa 2008 U11 Ødegaard

Martin Ødegaard plays as an attacking midfielder for Dutch club SC Heerenveen, on loan from Real Madrid, and the Norway national team. On 23 May 2015, he became the youngest player to represent Real Madrid.

Gjøa 2009 U10 Eikrem

Magnus Eikrem is playing for Malmö FF. He was transferred to Manchester United at the age of 16 in 2006 but was transferred back to Molde in 2011.

Gjøa 2009 U10 Iversen

Steffen Iversen began his career as an 18-year-old at Rosenborg where he won two consecutive Norwegian championships. He moved to Tottenham Hotspur in 1996, where he scored 64 goals in seven years.

Gjøa 2011 U8 Boys

 

Gjøa 2011 U8 Girls