Fram Sports Club was founded 15.01.1894 by some boys in the cabin of Nicolai Engvoldsen (1848–1934) in Torstrand, a district in Larvik, Norway where our stadium is situated today.
Magnus Mathiesen was the first Chairman of the club.
Fram Larvik is the oldest football club in Norway.
1912: In 1912 Fram Larvik won the Norwegian Cup Final against Mercantile 2–1. The losing team Mercantile protested against the result and claimed that Fram used a non-entitled player, Otto Christiansen, who studied in Trondheim and played a game for a local team the same year. The result of the complaint was a rematch in which Fram Larvik lost 6–0.
Fram’s team: Einar Jensen, Fritz Christophersen, Alf Malcolm Andersen, Alfred Hansen, Peder Henriksen*, Henry Jonassen, Carl Christophersen, Olaf Ruud, Johan Hallberg, Tormod Kjellsen, Ingebretsen.
1949–50 season: Fram Larvik won the Norwegian Premier League (Hovedserien) after winning their group. 14 games were played of which Fram won 7, played 6 draws and lost only 1 game. The winners of the two groups, Fram Larvik and Fredrikstad played the final. It was a 2 game final of which Fram Larvik won the first game and drew the second.
In the last 50 years the club has been fighting in the lower levels of Norwegian football. The last advancement was in 2009, ahead of the rivals Larvik Turn. Since that the club has played in the third level of Norwegian football. The main goal now is advancement.
Well known players
Sverre (Jeja) Hansen and Tom R. Jacobsen both represented Norway on the national team.
«Idrettsforeningen Fram, Larvik 1894–15.–1.–1929» av Otto Christiansen/Nasjonalbiblioteket