Kjell Sture Jensen

Football, Football player

1968 –


Who is Kjell Sture Jensen?

Kjell Sture Jensen is a Norwegian football coach and former player.

Hailing from Minde in Bergen, he started his career in Årstad IL, and went on to Fana IL. Instead of wages, he received free bus tickets. After a year in the Norwegian Armed Forces at Jørstadmoen, during which he played for Lillehammer FK, he returned to Fana. The team notably upset SK Brann in the Norwegian Cup. Jensen later left Bergen for good to study at the Norwegian School of Sport Sciences. During this period he played at Bærum SK, and also got nine games for Vålerenga in the Norwegian Premier League 1994. After a stint in Eik Tønsberg, he joined FK Haugesund in 1996, and enjoyed a spell in the Norwegian Premier League in the seasons 1997 and 1998.

He later joined SK Vard Haugesund. There, he doubled as player and assistant coach. He retired as an active player after the 2004 season. However, he remained in the club as market director, and featured once in a while for the club's B team. In 2009 he was hired as a physical coach in FK Haugesund.

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Jun 18, 1968
  • Norway
  • Norwegian School of Sport Sciences
Lived in
  • Norway

on July 23, 2013


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