New team for Tice

Peninsula soccer play signs to play for Norwegian pro side

Robbie Tice has signed to play for a new team in Oslo

South Surrey professional soccer player Robbie Tice is moving to a new team again – but at least this time will stay in the same country.

The 21-year-old Peace Arch Soccer alum signed recently with Norwegian club Kjelsås IL, which is based out of Oslo and plays in Norway’s second division.

Prior to joining Kjelsås, Tice, an Earl Marriott Secondary grad, had been playing with the reserve team for another Norwegian side, First Division club FK Bodø/Glimt.

“I’m really excited to be here, and hoping to play lots of games for the club this season,” Tice said in an email.

“Oslo is a great city, and I’m looking forward to playing here.”

Since heading to Europe two years ago, Tice has been well-travelled. Prior to moving to Norway, he spent time with Scotland second division club, Ayr United’s U19 team, and has also suited up for Nantwich Town and Crewe Alexandra FC, both in England.

 

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