Russia 2018 – one year away

That is correct, in exactly one years time on the 14th June 2018 the Russia World Cup will start with the first game taking place in the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow. That game will be between the hosts of the tournament Russia and one of the other qualified teams from their group. Could that be Sweden? […]

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  • Road to Russia – World Cup

    Norway’s visit to Belfast didn’t hold much hope and that’s how it proved. Before the kick off itself, a minute’s silence was held for Derry City captain Ryan McBride who tragically passed away the week before. It was so nice to see all the players out there paying their respects along with everyone else in the ground. […]

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  • You are my Solskjaer…

    This article was written by a friend of ours back in the summer of 2007 and is probably no longer out there to read. In no way are we here at Nordic Football News taking any credit for the article, but as a fan of this Norwegian legend we thought you my like to read this from […]

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  • Just two days to go now for Sweden and Iceland

    Having only qualified for two of the last five World Cups, including neither of the last two in South Africa or Brazil. After beating fellow Nordic country Denmark in the playoffs, Sweden are happy to be back at the European Championships once again. They’ve been consistent qualifiers and this is now their fifth Euros in a […]

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  • Nordic International Fixtures in March

    Hello and how are you? Before we get started, we’re still looking for new writers/bloggers for this website? Do you have thoughts on all the upcoming Nordic fixtures this month? Do you fancy doing a preview or review of your countries game? Or do you just have a rant about something you have seen recently? […]

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  • Our recent International Qualifiers

    Norway’s current International poor form continued with a defeat away to the Czech Republic in Group C. Early goals in both the first half and second half from Krmencik and Zmrhal for the home side, as they took  charge to earn all three points. Former Manchester United striker Josh King, now at Premier League side Bournemouth continued his […]

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