| (1969-10-09) 9 October 1969 (age 46)|Trond Bjørndal Wikipedia
Trond Bjørndal (born 9 October 1969) is a Norwegian football coach and former player.
Hailing from Frekhaug, he started his career in IL Kvernbit, and later played for Åsane Fotball and Bryne FK. He joined FK Haugesund in 1997, and enjoyed a spell in the Norwegian Premier League in the seasons 1997 and 1998. He left ahead of the 2000 season to join Danish team Vejle BK, having formerly trialled for Sheffield United.
Ahead of the 2004 season, Bjørndal was hired as head coach of Åsane, with Håkon Østevold as assistant coach. Bjørndal only stayed for one year, and was hired as assistant coach under Magnus Johansson at Løv-Ham Fotball ahead of the 2005 season. One year later, Johansson left and Bjørndal was promoted to head coach. Løv-Ham survived the battle against relegation, but Bjørndal resigned at the end of the season. Shortly thereafter, Bjørndal was hired as director of sports in Åsane.