Sander Berge | Norwegian Star | Best Skills & Passes | HD 720p
Berge started his career playing youth football for Asker Fotball, making his senior debut in the 2014 season for the team then playing in the Norwegian 2. divisjon (3rd tier). He joined top flight team Vålerenga before the 2015 season. Berge made his league debut coming off the bench against Sandefjord on 11 July 2015 and his first league start against Rosenborg, quickly establishing himself as a key player for the club.
On 2 January 2017 he signed a 4-year contract with K.R.C. Genk. He made his first team league debut on 21 January as a substitute in the 0-1 win away against Eupen. His earned his first start and full match against Royal Excel Mouscron on 17 February in a 1-0 win at home, becoming an integral part of the team for the remaining season, which included an impressive run in the Europa League, ending in the quarter finals against Celta Vigo.
Berge made his debut for Norway when he played for the under-15 team against Canada U15 on 2 may 2013. He has later represented Norway at every level up to under-21. He made his senior team debut 23 march 2017 aged 19, coming on as a substitute in the 76th min of the Euro-qualifier against Northern Ireland.
Sander Berge comes from a basketball playing family, with his father, swedish mother and older brother all having played basketball at international level for Norway. His brother currently plays for top flight team Centrum Tigers. Berge is also the grandson of Ragnar Berge who played as a left-back for Vålerenga from 1945 until 1957, and was capped once by Norway (in 1955).