top division would have been 1972). The following season they hired Trond Sollied as coach, and the team won the 1st division in the 1992 season. The 1980s started well for the club. In their first appearance in the Norwegian FA cup in 1963, Bod/Glimt managed to get as far as the fourth round after a home win 71 over Nordil, and two away wins. Bryne, Haugesund and Sandnes Ulf are all located in Rogaland, the same county as Viking. The 1990s was also the era of player exports in Norwegian football, and Viking made substantial earnings from the sales of striker Egil stenstad to Southampton for 900,000 in 1996 and goalkeeper Thomas Myhre to Everton for 800,000 in 1997, among others. The first time was in 1976, when they lost against Napoli in the Cup Winners' Cup. His brother Arthur Kvammen was also capped for Norway, while Bernhard Lund later went on to write the club anthem.
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Their supporters are known as "Den Gule Horde" (Norwegian for The Yellow Horde). Trondheim ) and then a mighty win over. Rolf and Kre Bjrnsen, Asbjrn Skjrpe and Leif Nicolaysen were other prominent players, while a young Olav Nilsen began his remarkable Viking career in 1959. In the 2005 season however, Bod/Glimt was relegated. 1979 was thus the first year northern Norwegian teams competed on equal terms as the southern Norwegian teams. "Burchnall har ftt sparken i Viking". A b "Slutt med Adidas i Viking". While the club spent most of the 1990s challenging for Premier League medals, it did however never manage to challenge Rosenborg for the league championships. From then on there was no difference where a club had its home-ground. In 2013, Bod/Glimt was again promoted to Tippeligaen, after becoming the winner of Adecco-ligaen.
22 The official supporter club of Viking, is Vikinghordene (the Viking hordes). At last, in 1993, Bod/Glimt was back in the top-division, and as in the debut season of 1977 they took second place in the league. In the 19eason, Bod/Glimt won their division (they had played a few draws but no losses but still lost in the play-offs.