Frisk Asker are a Norwegian ice hockey club that were founded in 1922 in Asker, approximately 20km from the country’s capital Oslo. The club compete in Norway’s top tier, the Fjordkraftligaen, and have been crowned Norwegian Champions four times throughout their history – most recently in 2002 and 2019. In the past few years the club have seen a huge rise in form – reacheing the semi-finals once and the championship finals twice in the past five seasons.
Frisk Asker finished fifth in the regular season in 2018/19, but fought their way to the Norwegian Championship finals, where they were able to overcome fellow CHL side Storhamar and secure the country’s only CHL qualification spot for 2019/20. They made their debut that season and hosted six-time CHL participants Tappara Tampere, Quarter-Finalists to-be EHC Biel-Bienne and KAC Klagenfurt in the Group Stage.
They are qualified for the 2021/22 CHL season.
- Founded in 1922
- Regular Season wins - 6 (most recently 2020/21)
- National titles - 4