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League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1LSK Kvinner2220117115+5661348Guro Reiten - 21Cecilie Fiskerstrand→ UEFA Women's Champions League via league finish
2Klepp2215343921+1848278Hege Hansen - 10Lindsey Burke Harris
3Arna-Bjørnar2211655326+2739234Maria Brochmann - 15Mackenzie Arnold
4Sandviken2211654229+1339390Ajara Nchout - 15Nora Neset Gjøen
5Kolbotn2211653435-139223Karina Sævik - 9Aurora Mikalsen
6Vålerenga2210393735+233376Sherida Spitse - 9Guro Pettersen
7Røa22102104242032233Svava Rós Guðmundsdóttir - 14Kirvil Schau Odden
8Stabæk2272132937-823200Melissa Bjånesøy - 9Ingrid Hjelmseth
9Avaldsnes2256112438-1421150Meryll Abrahamsen, Luana - 5Line Geltzer Johansen
10Trondheims-Ørn2246122548-2318227Julie Adserø - 10Kristine Nøstmo
11Lyn2233162756-2912233Linn Huseby - 9Oda Bogstad→ Norwegian 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff (W)
12Grand Bodø2222182061-418195Vilde Fjelldal - 5Siiri VälimaaRelegated

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