League Summary

League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad MP W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Club Crest Rosenborg30191105824+346816,911Steffen Iversen - 14Daniel Örlund→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2Club Crest Vålerenga3019476936+336113,646Mohammed Abdellaoue - 15Lars Hirschfeld→ UEFA Europa League via league finish
3Club Crest Tromsø3014883630+6504,694Sigurd Rushfeldt, George Mourad - 8Marcus Sahlman→ UEFA Europa League via league finish
4Club Crest Aalesund30145114637+94710,144Tor Hogne Aarøy - 12Anders Lindegaard→ UEFA Europa League 1
5Club Crest Odd30121084841+7466,614Chukwuma Akabueze - 9Árni Gautur Arason
6Club Crest Haugesund3012995139+12454,661Nikola Đurđić - 12Per Morten Kristiansen
7Club Crest Strømsgodset30134135159-8435,859Ola Kamara, Marcus Pedersen - 7Adam Larsen Kwarasey→ UEFA Europa League via cup win 2
8Club Crest Start30119105760-3428,390Ole Martin Årst - 12Kenneth Høie
9Club Crest Viking30101194841+74111,530Patrik Ingelsten, Birkir Bjarnason - 8Rune Jarstein
10Club Crest Lillestrøm3091385144+7406,674Anthony Ujah - 14Stefán Logi Magnússon
11Club Crest Molde301010104245-3408,413Baye Djiby Fall - 16Espen Bugge Pettersen
12Club Crest Stabæk30116134647-1398,121Veigar Páll Gunnarsson - 10Jon Knudsen
13Club Crest Brann30810124850-23413,744Petter Vaagan Moen - 14Håkon Opdal
14Club Crest Hønefoss3076172862-34273,313Davy Claude Angan - 6Thomas Solvoll→ Semi-finals
15Club Crest Kongsvinger3048182758-31202,771Adem Güven - 7Thomas MyhreRelegated
16Club Crest Sandefjord3026222558-33124,390Malick Mané - 5Espen Bugge PettersenRelegated


Hønefoss won match in normal time and advance to Final.
Ranheim remained in First Division.
Fredrikstad won match in normal time and advance to Final.
Løv-Ham remained in First Division.


Fredrikstad won on aggregate score over two legs and promoted to Tippeligaen.
Hønefoss relegated to First Division.

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