Kenneth Andreassen

Football, Football player

1985 –


Who is Kenneth Andreassen?

Kenneth Andreassen is a retired Norwegian football midfielder and current coach.

He started his career in Skjetten SK, and moved to regional greats Lillestrøm SK during off-season on 14 November 2002. He got one Norwegian Premier League game in 2003, without scoring. In the winter of 2004 he played several friendly matches, but shortly before the season opener he was loaned out to Skjetten. His contract with Lillestrøm was terminated during the summer.

In late 2004, he disappeared from football due to pains. In 2005 he was diagnosed with ankylosing spondylitis, and has a long period away from football. He finally made his comeback—still for Skjetten—in the summer of 2006. Ahead of the 2009 season he left the club for Valdres FK. Ahead of the 2010 season he joined Strømmen IF. After playing only one game he joined Hamarkameratene in mid-season. He got four league games for the club. Ahead of the 2011 season he joined Ullensaker/Kisa IL.

After the 2011 season he was announced as Skjetten's playing assistant coach. Ahead of the 2013 season he retired, becoming Skjetten's head coach.

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May 22, 1985
  • Norway

on July 23, 2013


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