Rengsjö SK

Rengsjö SK is a Swedish football club located in Rengsjö in Bollnäs Municipality, Gävleborg County.[1]

Full nameRengsjö Sportklubb
Nickname(s)RSK - Rengsjö SK
GroundSolrosens IP
ChairmanRoland Hedlund
Head CoachAnders Olsson
CoachJoakim Hedlund
LeagueDivision 3 Södra Norrland
2010Division 3 Södra Norrland, 6th


Rengsjö Sportklubb (RSK) were founded on 16 March 1931. A previous club with the same name had started as Rengskö Skidklubb, a skiing club in 1907, and changed to this name in 1908 when other sports were taken up too, but the activities in this original Rengsjö SK ceased in 1913.[2] Rengsjö SK won the 2009 Ljusnan Cup. Among notable players who previously played for the club is Johan Oremo as well as the defender Jens Sigfridsson, also known as "Svennebanan".

Since their foundation Rengsjö SK has participated mainly in the middle and lower divisions of the Swedish football league system. The club currently plays in Division 3 Södra Norrland which is the fifth tier of Swedish football.[3] They play their home matches at the Rengsjö IP in Rengsjö.[4]

Rengsjö SK are affiliated to Hälsinglands Fotbollförbund.[5]

Recent history

In recent seasons Rengsjö SK have competed in the following divisions:

2011 – Division III, Södra Norrland
2010 – Division III, Södra Norrland
2009 – Division III, Södra Norrland
2008 – Division III, Södra Norrland
2007 – Division IV, Hälsingland
2006 – Division III, Södra Norrland
2005 – Division IV, Hälsingland
2004 – Division IV, Hälsingland
2003 – Division IV, Hälsingland
2002 – Division IV, Hälsingland
2001 – Division IV, Hälsingland
2000 – Division V, Hälsingland
1999 – Division V, Hälsingland [6] [7] [8]


In recent seasons Rengsjö SK have had the following average attendances:

Season Average Attendance Division / Section Level
2005 Not available Div 4 Hälsingland Tier 5
2006 200 Div 3 Södra Norrland Tier 5
2007 Not available Div 4 Hälsingland Tier 6
2008 258 Div 3 Södra Norrland Tier 5
2009 267 Div 3 Södra Norrland Tier 5
2010 276 Div 3 Södra Norrland Tier 5

* Attendances are provided in the Publikliga sections of the Svenska Fotbollförbundet website. [9]


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