League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1LSK Kvinner12921329+2329296Guro Reiten - 13Cecilie Fiskerstrand
2Sandviken139132718+928431Kennya Cordner - 9Nora Neset Gjøen
3Klepp12813187+1125273Tameka Butt - 6Lindsey Burke Harris
4Vålerenga137242016+423548Natasha Dowie - 6Guro Pettersen
5Røa126242217+520301Synne Jensen - 11Kirvil Schau Odden
6Kolbotn125251918+117214Karina Sævik - 7Aurora Mikalsen
7Arna-Bjørnar125251514+117404Milica Mijatović - 4Oda Bogstad
8Lyn123451019-913201Runa Lillegård - 6Karen Oline Sneve
9Trondheims-Ørn123361010012291Marit Clausen, Julie Adserø - 3Kristine Nøstmo
10Avaldsnes122642123-212189Dejana Stefanović, Olaug Tvedten - 5Victoria Esson, Line Geltzer Johansen
11Fart121381032-226255Julie Blakstad, Mina Kjørum - 3Lena Lauve
12Stabæk120210223-212213Melissa Bjånesøy, Zara Jönsson - 1Ingrid Hjelmseth

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