|Champions|| Rosenborg |
|Relegated|| Stabæk |
|UEFA Cup|| Brann |
|Goals scored||531 (2.92 per match)|
|Top goalscorer||Frode Johnsen (19 goals)|
|Biggest home win||Rosenborg 5–0 HamKam |
(6 June 2004)
|Biggest away win||Brann 1–5 Lillestrøm |
(27 June 2004)
|Highest scoring|| Odd Grenland 4–4 Sogndal|
(20 June 2004)
Odd Grenland 3–5 Bodø/Glimt
(25 July 2004)
|Longest winning run||4 games |
|Longest unbeaten run||13 games |
|Longest winless run||9 games |
|Longest losing run||5 games |
|Highest attendance||23,591 |
Vålerenga 3–0 Stabæk
(30 October 2004)
Sogndal 2–1 Molde
(3 October 2004)
|Average attendance||7,970 21.0%|
The 2004 Tippeligaen was the 60th completed season of top division football in Norway. The season began on 12 April 2004 and ended on 30 October 2004.
Each team played 26 games with three points given for wins and one point for a draw. 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.
Rosenborg won their thirteenth consecutive title and 19th top-flight title overall. Stabæk and Sogndal were relegated. Rosenborg, Vålerenga, Brann and Tromsø finished in the top four and qualified for the 2004–05 Royal League.
|Odd Grenland||24||Skien||Odd Stadion|
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||Qualification or relegation|
|1||Rosenborg (C)||26||14||6||6||52||34||+18||48||Qualification for the Champions League third qualifying round|
|2||Vålerenga||26||13||9||4||40||22||+18||48||Qualification for the Champions League second qualifying round|
|3||Brann||26||12||4||10||46||40||+6||40||Qualification for the UEFA Cup second qualifying round|
|9||Viking||26||7||12||7||31||33||−2||33||Qualification for the UEFA Cup first qualifying round|
|12||Bodø/Glimt (O)||26||7||6||13||28||41||−13||27||Qualification for the relegation play-offs|
|13||Stabæk (R)||26||7||6||13||25||40||−15||27||Relegation to 1. divisjon|
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