|Full name||Aleksander Stensrud Akerjordet|
|Date of birth||1975|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
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Aleksander Stensrud Akerjordet (born 1975) is a retired Norwegian football midfielder.
He was capped for Norway as a youth international and played for SK Speed, Bækkelagets SK and SFK Lyn in his youth. In 1994, he went to Vålerenga Fotball, where he was assigned a spot in the senior team. He played 11 Norwegian Premier League games over the next seasons. Ahead of the 1997 season he went to Årvoll IL.
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