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IK Junkeren The men's football team currently plays in the 3. Divisjon, the fourth tier of Norwegian football. The club has played in the Third Division since 2011, and before that from 2004 to 2006.
IK Junkeren Idrettsklubben Junkeren ("Junkeren means "The Junker") is a Norwegian sports club from Bodø, Nordland. It has sections for association football and team handball.
IK Junkeren The women's handball team played in the highest Norwegian league in the 1990s.
Runar Berg In 2012, Berg made a comeback for local amateur side Junkeren.
Bodø In addition to Bodø/Glimt, Bodø has had several teams at national top level, including Grand Bodø (women's football), IK Junkeren (women's handball) and Bodø Håndballklubb (men's handball).
Martin Andreas Udbye His other stage works include three operettas: "Hr. Perrichons reise" (1861), "Hjemve" (1864), and "Junkeren og flubergrosen" (1867). He also composed several choruses, three string quartets (1851–5), an orchestral sketch entitled "Lumpasivagabundus" (1861), a fantasy on Scandinavian melodies for violin and orchestra (1866), 20 piano trios, and 100 organ preludes among other works.
Mini Jakobsen During the very early years of his career, Jakobsen played at Junkeren and Grand Bodø, two minor Norwegian clubs in the town of Bodø. Mini's actual professional career as a footballer started at the well-known Norwegian club Bodø/Glimt. When he arrived at the club, Bodø/Glimt played in the third division (the third highest division in Norway at the time), but did gain promotion in 1986. In the Norwegian second division, Bodø/Glimt finished in seventh place in 1987. At Bodø/Glimt, Jakobsen was the top scorer for four consecutive seasons: In 1984 with seven goals (third division), in 1985 with 18 goals (third), in 1986 with 26 goals (third) and in 1987 with 16 goals (second division).