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| Monday 30th Oct ||Lillestroem || - ||Aalesund|| || Åråsen Stadion|
| Sunday 5th Nov ||Aalesund || - ||Rosenborg|| || Color Line Stadion|
| Sunday 19th Nov ||Sarpsborg 08 || - ||Aalesund|| || Sarpsborg Stadion|
| Sunday 26th Nov ||Aalesund || - ||Stroemsgodset|| || Color Line Stadion|
| Saturday 21st Oct ||Aalesund ||1 - 1 ||Kristiansund BK|| || Color Line Stadion|
| Sunday 15th Oct ||Vaalerenga ||5 - 1 ||Aalesund|| || Ullevaal Stadion|
| Sunday 1st Oct ||Sandefjord ||2 - 0 ||Aalesund|| || |
| Sunday 24th Sep ||Aalesund ||0 - 1 ||Sogndal|| || Color Line Stadion|
| Monday 18th Sep ||Odd Ballklubb ||3 - 2 ||Aalesund|| || Skagerak Arena|
Aalesunds Fotballklubb is a Norwegian football club from the city of Ålesund, currently playing in the Norwegian Premier League. The club was founded on 25 June 1914. As of 2004, the football club had 835 members and several teams on both professional and amateur levels. These teams are the 1st and 2nd teams, junior team, and also several age-specific teams.Team Members
Aalesunds F.K. played their home matches at Kråmyra Stadium until the 2005 season, when they relocated to the new Color Line Stadium with an approximate capacity of 11,000 people. Boosted by the new stadium, recent success and general increasing attendance in Norway, Aalesund has gone from attracting crowds of approximately 1,000 to regularly selling out their stadium in only a few years. Their average attendance of 9,943 in Adeccoligaen 2006 became the new record for attendances at the second tier of the Norwegian league system.
The local supporter club for AaFK is called "Stormen", or "The Storm", with about 2000 members.
In 2009 the club won the Norwegian Cup for the first time in its history. They beat rival Molde FK in the Final, and thereby qualified for participation in the UEFA Europa League. Aalesund also won the 2011 Cup Final, where they beat SK Brann.
Stadium or Home
| Tor Hogne Aaro|| Mostafa Abdell|| Izantullah Ahm|| Daniel Arnefjo|| Michael Barran|
| Henrik Rorvik || Fredrik Carlse|| Elias Dahlberg|| Mikael Dyresta|| Robert Ekroll|
| Sondre Brunsta|| Sten Grytebust|| Torbjorn Grytt|| Vebjorn Hoff|| Leke James|
| El Mehdi Karna|| Peter Orry Lar|| Akeem Latifu|| Andreas Lie|| Oddbjorn Lie|
| Thomas Martinu|| Jo Nymo Matlan|| Sakari Mattila|| Christian Mykl|| Demar Phillips|
| Vegard Saetre|| Tremaine Stewa|| Jonathan Tolla|| Ygg Wembangomo|
Color Line Stadion is a association football stadium in Ålesund, Norway, and the home of Norwegian Premier League side Aalesunds FK. It was inaugurated in April 2005 and cost NOK 160 million to build. It is referred to as Aalesund Stadion by UEFA.
It was the first top-level stadium in Norway to feature artificial turf, which was at the time a highly debated issue. When Aalesund opened the stadium, businessman Olav Nils Sunde donated a statue to the club, which was erected in front of the stadium. Whilst Sunde denied it, the statue bore a very strong resemblance to former Aalesund player John Arne Riise. In 2007, when Riise played in the Champions League Final, a Norwegian commentator demanded the statue officially carry his name. Riise himself has said, " is not for me to decide. Everyone sees who it is, and I know that it was made for me."
Since 2009 it has also hosted the home games of the Norwegian Women's Premier League side Fortuna Ålesund. The venue has hosted one Norway national under-21 football team match, playing 1–3 against Cyprus on 3 September 2010. In a 2012 survey carried out by the Norwegian Players' Association among away-team captains, Color Line Stadion was ranked eleventh amongst league stadiums, with a score of 2.87 on a scale from one to five. Fanart