Monday, January 17

Danish and Swedish opposition in the Atlantic Cup

January 13 starts the run-up to what will be a very exciting season. The boys will gather for various tests on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and Monday 17 January will be the table for this year’s first football session on the Kåffa field.

The first weeks will be used for training, both here in Norway and in Marbella. When the squad sets course for Portugal and The Atlantic Cup in early February, the first training matches will take place in 2022.

Good resistance

Fagermo has been very clear that he wants the best possible resistance in the training matches this winter. In Portugal, we ended up in group B starting with the team that is in 3rd place in the Danish super league – Brøndby IF.

The settlement will be played on February 4 at 15.00, and will be streamed. This year, as last year, VG + and Amedia will show all of Vålerenga’s warm-up matches.

Match number two in Portugal is played against Halmstads BK from Superettan, 8 February at 19.30. There are four teams in the two groups, but who will be the fourth team in group B has not yet been clarified.

In group A we find AIK Stockholm, Breidablikk UBK, FC Midtjylland and FC Zenit. The final matches in the Atlantic Cup will be played on 11 February, and Vålerenga will return to Oslo the next day.

This winter you can see Vålerenga's new midfielder, Brynjar Ingi Bjarnason in action (Photo: VIF Media)

This winter you can see Vålerenga’s new midfielder, Brynjar Ingi Bjarnason in action (Photo: VIF Media)

Five matches on Norwegian soil

When the guys are back in the capital, the drive-up at Intility Arena continues. Before the season kicks off at the beginning of April, Vålerenga will play five matches, four of which are at home.

We must return to the time of the matches in Norway, but you can check these dates in the calendar:

  • February 4: Brøndby – Vålerenga at 15.00 (Atlantic Cup)
  • February 8: Vålerenga – Halmstads BK at 19.30 (Atlantic Cup)
  • February 11: FINAL GAME
  • February 23: Vålerenga – Stabæk (Intility Arena)
  • March 4: Bodø / Glimt – Vålerenga (Aspmyra)
  • March 11: Vålerenga – Sogndal (Intility Arena)
  • March 18: Vålerenga – Ham / Kam (Intility Arena)
  • March 26 Vålerenga – Häcken (Intility Arena) KICK OFF

We are very much looking forward to getting started with 2022, and hope you do the same. If you need a season ticket this year, we can say with great enthusiasm that it is very easy to click it straight home HER



Reference-www.vif-fotball.no

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