2000 Tippeligaen

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Tippeligaen
Season 2000
Champions Rosenborg
15th title
Relegated Vålerenga
Start
Haugesund
Champions League Rosenborg
Brann
UEFA Cup Viking
Odd Grenland
Matches played182
Goals scored626 (3.44 per match)
Top goalscorer Thorstein Helstad
(18 goals)
Biggest home winRosenborg 9–0 Bryne [1]
(15 October 2000)
Biggest away win Moss 1–6 Bodø/Glimt [1]
(2 August 2000)
Highest scoringRosenborg 9–0 Bryne [1]
(15 October 2000)
Highest attendance18,520 [2]
Brann 2–0 Moss
(16 May 2000)
Lowest attendance1,824
Moss 2–2 Haugesund
(20 August 2000) [3]
Haugesund 1–0 Lillestrøm [4]
(22 October 2000)
Average attendance5,725 Increase2.svg 6.6%
1999
2001

The 2000 Tippeligaen was the 56th completed season of top division football in Norway.

Contents

Each team played 26 games with 3 points given for wins and 1 for draws. Number thirteen and fourteen are relegated, number twelve has to play two qualification matches (home and away) against number three in the first division (where number one and two are directly promoted) for the last spot.

Teams and locations

Note: Table lists in alphabetical order.
Team Ap. LocationStadium
Bodø/Glimt 12 Bodø Aspmyra Stadion
Brann 44 Bergen Brann Stadion
Bryne 14 Bryne Bryne Stadion
Haugesund 3 Haugesund Haugesund Stadion
Lillestrøm 37 Lillestrøm Åråsen Stadion
Molde 25 Molde Molde Stadion
Moss 20 Moss Melløs Stadion
Odd Grenland 20 Skien Odd Stadion
Rosenborg 37 Trondheim Lerkendal Stadion
Stabæk 6 Bærum Nadderud Stadion
Start 29 Kristiansand Kristiansand Stadion
Tromsø 15 Tromsø Alfheim Stadion
Vålerenga 41 Oslo Ullevaal Stadion
Viking 51 Stavanger Stavanger Stadion

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation
1 Rosenborg (C)2616646126+3554Qualification for the Champions League third qualifying round
2 Brann 2614575340+1347Qualification for the Champions League second qualifying round
3 Viking 2613675139+1245Qualification for the UEFA Cup qualifying round
4 Tromsø 2613585146+544
5 Stabæk 2612685933+2642
6 Lillestrøm 2611784229+1340
7 Molde 2611784647140
8 Odd Grenland 26115104031+938Qualification for the UEFA Cup first round [lower-alpha 1]
9 Moss 2688103844632
10 Bodø/Glimt 266101048591128
11 Bryne 26761332602827
12 Vålerenga (R)26591232441224Qualification for the relegation play-offs
13 Start (R)26561540662621Relegation to 1. divisjon
14 Haugesund (R)26541733622919
Source: fotball.no
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. Odd Grenland qualified as the winner of the 2000 Norwegian Cup.

Relegation play-offs

Sogndal won the play-offs against Vålerenga. The score ended 3–3 on aggregate, Sogndal won on the away goals rule and Vålerenga were relegated to 1. divisjon.

Results

Season statistics

Top scorers

RankPlayerClubGoals
1 Flag of Norway.svg Thorstein Helstad Brann 18
2 Flag of Iceland.svg Ríkharður Daðason Viking 15
Flag of Iceland.svg Tryggvi Gudmundsson Tromsø 15
Flag of Norway.svg Magne Hoseth Molde 15
5 Flag of Norway.svg Tommy Bergersen Bodø/Glimt 13
Flag of Norway.svg Erik Nevland Viking 13
Flag of Norway.svg Bengt Sæternes Bodø/Glimt 13
8 Flag of Norway.svg Frode Johnsen Rosenborg 12
9 Flag of Sweden.svg Hans Berggren Haugesund 11
Flag of Norway.svg Christian Michelsen Stabæk 11
Flag of Sweden.svg Andreas Ottosson Start 11

Source: altomfotball.no

Attendances

PosTeamTotalHighLowAverageChange
1 Rosenborg 155,27818,1299,54011,944−10.6%
2 Brann 148,06118,5206,41711,389+9.5%
3 Vålerenga 99,19017,6603,7657,630+15.2%
4 Molde 88,60911,1675,3826,816−4.8%
5 Viking 86,57010,8604,3606,659+9.0%
6 Start 72,1648,0043,6595,551n/a1
7 Odd Grenland 62,3248,6232,3694,794+0.9%
8 Lillestrøm 61,7169,0542,8494,747+5.8%
9 Tromsø 51,0396,4082,6563,926−7.1%
10 Stabæk 48,9986,3452,4883,769+0.1%
11 Bryne 46,8099,0032,0013,601n/a1
12 Haugesund 44,5144,7891,8243,424n/a1
13 Bodø/Glimt 41,2514,9022,2683,173−4.4%
14 Moss 35,5094,0331,8242,731−5.7%
League total1,042,03218,5201,8245,725+6.6%

Source: nifs.no
Notes:
1: Team played last season in 1. divisjon.

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