|20 Oct 21||Fredrikstad ||-|| Strommen|
|25 Oct 21||Grorud IL ||-|| Fredrikstad|
|29 Oct 21||Fredrikstad ||-|| ASANE FOTBALL|
|01 Nov 21||Sandnes ||-|| Fredrikstad|
|06 Nov 21||Fredrikstad ||-|| Aalesund|
|16 Oct 21||Bryne|| ||0 - 1|| ||Fredrikstad|
|02 Oct 21||Fredrikstad|| ||1 - 1|| ||Raufoss|
|29 Sep 21||Stjørdals-Blink|| ||3 - 0|| ||Fredrikstad|
|26 Sep 21||Start|| ||2 - 6|| ||Fredrikstad|
|19 Sep 21||Fredrikstad|| ||2 - 0|| ||Ull Kisa|
Fredrikstad Fotballklubb (also known as Fredrikstad or FFK) is a Norwegian football club from the town of Fredrikstad. With nine league championships and eleven Norwegian Cup wins, FFK is one of the most successful clubs in Norwegian football. The club was founded in 1903.
After suffering relegation from the then first division in 1984, Fredrikstad spent 18 years outside the top flight, before returning to the Premier League in 2003 after two successive promotions.
Fredrikstad stadion was FFK's home ground between 1914 and 2006. However, its facilities where outdated and the club moved to a new stadium on the other side of river Glomma. Their new ground is located in a former shipyard, incorporating parts of the old buildings in the two sidestands. FFK draw great support from their area and the official supporter club's name is Plankehaugen. More than 100 coaches filled with fans followed FFK to the cup final of 2006. The club's supporters also includes an Ultras section, Supras Fredrikstad.
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