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This section does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (April 2011) Larvik HK Short name Larvik Founded 31 May 1990 Arena Arena Larvik Capacity 4,500 Head coach Ole Gustav Gjekstad League Postenligaen 2010/11 1st Colours Club colours           Home Away Website Official site Larvik Håndballklubb, is a women's handball club from Larvik, Norway. They play in the Norwegian top league for women and they have won the Norwegian Championship thirteen times. Contents 1 History 2 Results in Norway 3 Results in Europe 4 Team 4.1 Current squad 4.2 Coaching Team 4.3 Administrative staff 4.4 Notable former club and famous National Team players 4.5 Notable former club players 4.6 Former Coaches 5 Stadium 6 References History Larvik HK was founded on 31 May 1990 as a merger of the handball departments in the two clubs Larvik Turn and Halsen. They played in the top division since 1992/93. During their first year they were close to relegation, but managed to remain on top. They saw their breakthrough the following season, as they won the league title and played the Norwegian Cup final. Larvik is currently, since the late 1990s, the strongest team on the Norwegian women's handball scene. Last time they lost a league match at home was on 14 March 1999. May 14, 2011 the club won the Champions League title for the first time. Results in Norway Norwegian League (Postenligaen) Gold: 93/94, 96/97, 99/00, 00/01, 01/02, 02/03, 04/05, 05/06, 06/07, 07/08, 08/09, 09/10, 10/11 Silver: 94/95 Bronze: 95/96, 97/98, 03/04 Norwegian Cup (NM) Gold: 95/96, 97/98, 99/00, 02/03, 03/04, 04/05, 05/06, 06/07, 08/09, 09/10, 10/11 Silver: 93/94, 96/97, 98/99, 07/08 Norwegian Championship (Play-off) Gold: 94/95, 95/96, 96/97, 04/05, 05/06, 06/07, 07/08, 08/09, 09/10, 10/11 Bronze: 93/94 Results in Europe EHF Champions League Gold: 10/11 Cup Winners' Cup Gold: 04/05, 07/08 Silver: 08/09 EHF Cup Silver: 95/96 EHF Champions Trophy Bronze: 07/08 Team Current squad As of June 20, 2011 Goalkeepers 16 Lene Rantala 77 Cecilie Leganger Left Wingers 04 Sara Breistøl 07 Kari Mette Johansen 19 Thea Mørk Right Wingers 09 Nora Mørk 11 Linn-Kristin Riegelhuth Line players 05 Isabel Blanco 13 Pernille Wibe Left Back players 14 Katja Nyberg 17 Tine Stange 18 Olga Medvedeva Playmakers 02 Tonje Larsen 06 Tine Rustad Kristiansen 10 Gro Hammerseng Right Back players 03 Amanda Kurtović 08 Karoline Dyhre Breivang 15 Linn Jørum Sulland NR. Name Born From Height Joined the club Contract expires Former time in LHK 2 Tonje Larsen (Captain) 26.01. 1975 1.82 m. 1. June 1999 1. June 2013 1. June 1992 - 1. June 1998 3 Amanda Kurtović 25.07. 1991 1.82 m. 4. February 2011 1. June 2012 4 Sara Breistøl 26.06. 1982 1.70 m. 1. June 2000 1. June 2013 5 Isabel Blanco 10.05. 1979 1.75 m. 1. June 2011 1. June 2013 6 Tine Rustad Kristiansen 12.02. 1980 1.72 m. 1. June 2012 1. June 2012 7 Kari Mette Johansen 11.01. 1979 1.72 m. 1. June 1998 1. June 2014 8 Karoline Dyhre Breivang 10.05. 1980 1.72 m. 1. June 2005 1. June 2013 9 Nora Mørk 04.05. 1991 1.68 m. 1. June 2009 1. June 2014 10 Gro Hammerseng 10.04. 1980 1.80 m. 1. June 2010 1. June 2012 11 Linn-Kristin Riegelhuth 01.08. 1984 1.75 m. 1. June 2010 1. June 2013 1. June 2002 - 1. June 2009 13 Pernille Wibe 17.04. 1988 1.?? m. 1. June 2011 1. June 2013 14 Katja Nyberg 24.08. 1979 1.83 m. 1. June 2010 1. June 2012 1. June 1998 - 1. June 2005 15 Linn Jørum Sulland 15.07. 1984 1.78 m. 1. June 2009 1. June 2012 16 Lene Rantala 01.08. 1968 1.81 m. 1. June 1997 1. June 2012 17 Tine Stange 14.05. 1986 1.78 m. 1. June 2003 1. June 2012 18 Olga Medvedeva 22.03. 1987 1.87 m. 1. June 2006 1. June 2013 19 Thea Mørk 05.04. 1991 1.69 m. 1. June 2010 1. June 2014 77 Cecilie Leganger 12.03.1975 1.79 m. 1. June 2010 1. June 2013 Coaching Team Head Coach: Ole Gustav Gjekstad Assistant Coach: Tor Odvar Moen Player Assistant: Øivind Holm Olsen Player Assistant: Thor Brekke Administrative staff Managing Director: Bjørn-Gunnar Bruun Hansen Director of Sports: Ole Gustav Gjekstad Notable former club and famous National Team players Kristine Duvholt Havnås Kristine Moldestad Cathrine Roll-Matthiesen Birgitte Sættem Lina Olsson Rosenberg Vigdis Hårsaker Elisabeth Hilmo Monica Vik Hansen Annette Tveter Mimi Kopperud Slevigen Heidi Løke Notable former club players Inger Sofie Heieraas Vibeke Nesse Cathrine Haakestad Heidi Flaatnes Lene Lillevik Former Coaches Peter Berthelsen (1990–1992) Marit Breivik (1992–1994) Gunnar Pettersen (1994–1996) Kristjan Halldórsson (1996–1998) Ole Gustav Gjekstad (1998–2005) Karl-Erik Bøhn (2005-jan.2011) Tor Odvar Moen (jan.2011-2011) Ole Gustav Gjekstad (2011-) Stadium Name: Arena Larvik City: Larvik Capacity: 4,500 seats Opened: September 19, 2009. Address: Hoffsgt. 6, 3262 Larvik References Official website v · d · eNorwegian handball 2010–11 Men's Postenligaen Bækkelaget · Drammen · Elverum · Follo · Fyllingen · Haslum · Oppsal · Runar · Stord · Viking · Vålerenga · ØIF Arendal Women's Postenligaen Byåsen · Flint · Fredrikstad · Larvik · Levanger · Nordstrand · Selbu · Sola · Stabæk · Storhamar · Tertnes · Vipers Kristiansand Men's First Division Bodø · Falk · Fjellhammer · Fram Larvik · Haugaland · Herulf · Lillestrøm · Nøtterøy · Sandefjord · Stavanger · Strindheim · Tistedalen Women's First Division Bjørnar · Bækkelaget · Fjellhammer · Gjerpen · Gjøvik og Vardal · Glassverket · Grane · Jotun · Njård · Oppsal · Rygge · Skrim · Utleira · Årstad Related topics Norwegian Handball Federation · Postenligaen  · First Division · National men's team · National women's team See also: EHF · Men's Champions League · Men's Cup Winners' Cup · Women's Champions League · Women's Cup Winners' Cup