| Fredrik Haugen|
| (1992-06-13) 13 June 1992 (age 23)|
Fredrik Haugen (born 13 June 1992 in Bergen) is a Norwegian footballer who plays for SK Brann as a midfielder.
On 4 December 2008, a 16-year-old Haugen signed a professional contract with Løv-Ham. Upon the signing, Løv-Ham manager Trond Amundsen described Haugen as "a central midfielder...[who] has a very smart footballing head, and extreme skills to create and pass." He made his professional debut on 26 April 2009 as a late substitution against Sogndal. In his second appearance, Haugen, despite coming on as an 80th minute substitution, scored Løv-Ham's third goal in a 4-1 win over Sarpsborg 08. On 18 June 2009, Løv-Ham beat Start in a penalty shoot-out which finished 14-13 in the Norwegian Cup - Haugen showed calmness to score two penalties in the shoot-out. As the season progressed, he began to start with regularity, amounting thirteen starts in 2009, mostly between June and August. Throughout the autumn, Haugen spent most of his time training with Brann.As of 8 August 2017
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