League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1LSK Kvinner1915314612+3448304Guro Reiten - 13Cecilie Fiskerstrand
2Vålerenga2013343823+1542508Natasha Dowie, Ajara Nchout - 11Guro Pettersen
3Klepp2012263818+2038258Tameka Butt - 10Lindsey Burke Harris
4Sandviken2012263928+1138456Kennya Cordner - 14Nora Neset Gjøen
5Avaldsnes209653931+833183Giovanna - 8Victoria Esson
6Røa207673732+527282Synne Jensen - 16Kirvil Schau Odden
7Kolbotn197393135-424178Karina Sævik, Isabell Herlovsen - 7Aurora Mikalsen
8Trondheims-Ørn196492221+122277Marit Clausen - 8Kristine Nøstmo
9Arna-Bjørnar196492635-922312Milica Mijatović - 7Oda Bogstad
10Lyn2046102236-1418187Runa Lillegård - 10Karen Oline Sneve
11Stabæk2033141338-2512178Melissa Bjånesøy - 7Ingrid Hjelmseth
12Fart2014151153-427251Julie Blakstad, Mina Kjørum - 3Lena Lauve

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