2006 Tippeligaen

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Tippeligaen
Season 2006
Champions Rosenborg
20th title
Relegated HamKam
Molde
Champions League Rosenborg
UEFA Cup Fredrikstad
Brann
Vålerenga
Lillestrøm
Matches played182
Goals scored521 (2.86 per match)
Top goalscorer Daniel Nannskog
(19 goals)
Biggest home win Stabæk 8–0 Molde
(29 October 2006)
Biggest away winHamKam 1–5 Stabæk
(5 November 2006)
Highest scoringFredrikstad 5–3 Tromsø
(29 May 2006)
Brann 5–3 Sandefjord
(17 September 2006)
Stabæk 8–0 Molde
(29 October 2006)
Longest winning run8 games [1]
Rosenborg
Longest unbeaten run12 games [1]
Rosenborg
Longest winless run8 games [1]
Odd Grenland
Longest losing run6 games [1]
Odd Grenland
Highest attendance22,330 [2]
Rosenborg 1–1 Odd Grenland
(16 May 2006)
Lowest attendance2,563 [2]
Lyn 2–0 Molde
(6 August 2006)
Average attendance9,101 Decrease2.svg 4.2% [3]
2005
2007

The 2006 Tippeligaen was the 62nd completed season of top division football in Norway. The season began on April 9, 2006 and ended on November 5, 2006. Rosenborg became champions on October 29, with one round to go, by defeating Viking at home. The other main contenders for the title were Brann and Lillestrøm, the former securing their place as runners-up on the same day.

Contents

Rosenborg won their twentieth league title.

Notable events

Teams and locations

Fourteen teams competed in the league – the top twelve teams from the previous season, and two teams promoted from 1. divisjon.

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Locations of the teams in 2006 Tippeligaen
Note: Table lists in alphabetical order.
Team Ap. LocationStadiumTurfCapacity
Brann 50 Bergen Brann Stadion Natural 17,500
Fredrikstad 37 Fredrikstad Fredrikstad Stadion Natural 10,500
HamKam 21 Hamar Briskeby Natural 8,068
Lillestrøm 43 Lillestrøm Åråsen Stadion Natural 12,000
Lyn 33 Oslo Ullevaal Stadion Natural 25,572
Molde 31 Molde Aker Stadion Natural 11,167
Odd Grenland 26 Skien Odd Stadion Natural 8,000
Rosenborg 43 Trondheim Lerkendal Stadion Natural 21,166
Sandefjord 1 Sandefjord Storstadion Natural 7,000
Stabæk 11 Bærum Nadderud Stadion Natural 8,000
Start 32 Kristiansand Kristiansand Stadion Natural 14,000
Tromsø 20 Tromsø Alfheim Stadion Natural/Artificial 19,362
Vålerenga 46 Oslo Ullevaal Stadion Natural 25,572
Viking 57 Stavanger Viking Stadion Natural 15,350

1 Tromsø installed artificial turf on Alfheim Stadion in the summer break during the 2006 FIFA World Cup.

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation
1 Rosenborg (C)2615834724+2353Qualification for the Champions League second qualifying round
2 Brann 2614483936+346Qualification for the UEFA Cup first qualifying round [lower-alpha 1]
3 Vålerenga 2613584328+1544
4 Lillestrøm 2612864433+1144
5 Stabæk 2610975336+1739
6 Start 2610792932337
7 Lyn 26105113336335
8 Fredrikstad 2688103846832Qualification for the UEFA Cup second qualifying round [lower-alpha 2]
9 Sandefjord 26951237471032
10 Tromsø 2685133339629
11 Viking 2685133137629
12 Odd Grenland (O)2678113038829Qualification for the relegation play-offs
13 Ham-Kam (R)2677123539428Relegation to 1. divisjon
14 Molde (R)26741529502125
Source: NIFS.no
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (O) Play-off winner; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. Lillestrøm qualified for the UEFA Cup first qualifying round through the UEFA Fair Play ranking award. [5]
  2. Fredrikstad qualified for the UEFA Cup second qualifying round after winning the Norwegian Cup.

Relegation play-offs

DateHostScoreVisitorGroundAttendance
November 8 Odd Grenland 3–0 Bryne Odd Stadion, Skien 5,363
November 11 Bryne 1–7 Odd Grenland Bryne Stadion, Bryne 3,014

Results

Home \ Away BRA FRE HAM LIL LYN MOL ODD ROS SAN STB IKS TRO VÅL VIK
Brann 3–12–11–12–02–11–01–35–32–20–12–13–12–0
Fredrikstad 1–12–20–11–21–12–11–12–12–14–05–32–12–1
Ham-Kam 4–03–11–21–01–23–01–13–01–52–22–31–10–0
Lillestrøm 2–01–13–12–03–02–23–31–22–22–11–22–13–1
Lyn 2–01–21–03–32–01–11–22–01–41–21–3 2–1 0–0
Molde 0–24–01–12–00–12–0 0–2 2–31–31–13–10–33–1
Odd Grenland 1–33–33–00–32–10–00–43–10–12–03–23–20–1
Rosenborg 0–01–00–33–12–1 0–1 1–13–11–03–02–13–24–1
Sandefjord 0–22–02–11–12–25–21–30–23–11–11–00–23–2
Stabæk 1–23–24–02–23–28–01–11–10–02–23–12–21–1
Start 0–10–02–02–00–03–22–12–10–21–01–11–23–1
Tromsø 3–13–10–21–01–22–00–01–12–20–11–00–10–0
Vålerenga 2–15–10–00–1 1–2 2–00–00–04–13–11–03–11–0
Viking 5–01–12–11–21–23–11–01–31–03–11–21–01–2
Source: NIFS (in Norwegian)
Legend: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Season statistics

Top scorers

#NatPlayerTeamGoals totalGoals penaltiesMatches played
1 Flag of Sweden.svg Daniel Nannskog Stabæk 19326
2 Flag of Iceland.svg Veigar Páll Gunnarsson Stabæk 18225
3 Flag of Norway.svg Steffen Iversen Rosenborg 17324
4 Flag of Nigeria.svg Peter Ijeh Viking 11015
4 Flag of Malta.svg Michael Mifsud Lillestrøm 11024
4 Flag of Norway.svg Ole Martin Årst Tromsø 11226
7 Flag of Slovenia.svg Robert Koren Lillestrøm 10126
7 Flag of Sweden.svg Andreas Tegström Sandefjord 10024
9 Flag of Norway.svg Jan-Derek Sørensen Vålerenga 9020
9 Flag of Norway.svg Bengt Sæternes Brann 9025

Discipline

Player

Club

  • Most yellow cards: 49 [6]
    • Molde
  • Most red cards: 4 [7]
    • Tromsø

Attendances

PosTeamTotalHighLowAverageChange
1 Rosenborg 252,71822,33015,89719,440+10.8%
2 Brann 216,78919,25413,52816,676+12.5%
3 Viking 180,83116,25111,35113,910+1.5%
4 Vålerenga 180,34820,7038,45713,873−11.4%
5 Lillestrøm 112,00611,6106,7248,616+9.6%
6 Fredrikstad 105,74110,5006,3428,134−7.7%
7 Start 99,7989,7386,1167,677−24.0%
8 Lyn 92,07316,0492,5637,083+9.3%
9 Molde 79,6539,2154,3516,127−5.9%
10 HamKam 71,5748,0634,0825,506−2.2%
11 Sandefjord 69,1717,1973,7225,321n/a1
12 Tromsø 65,8897,4804,0075,068+0.1%
13 Stabæk 65,7936,9073,9985,061n/a1
14 Odd Grenland 63,9236,3154,0214,917−8.2%
League total1,656,30722,3302,5639,101−4.2%

Updated to games played on 8 April 2019
Source: nifs.no
Notes:
1: Team played last season in 1. divisjon.

Fair Play

  1. Fredrikstad 8.02
  2. Rosenborg 7.97
  3. Vålerenga 7.88
  4. Lillestrøm 7.83
  5. Start 7.82
  6. Viking 7.81
  7. Sandefjord 7.77
  8. Stabæk 7.76
  9. Brann 7.72
  10. Molde 7.59
  11. Odd Grenland 7.57
  12. Tromsø 7.53
  13. Lyn 7.43
  14. Ham-Kam 7.23

See also

Notes and references

  1. 1 2 3 4 "Tippeligaen - 2006". WhoScored.com. WhoScored.com. Retrieved 15 December 2011.
  2. 1 2 "TROskuertall Tippeligaen 2006". nifs.no (in Norwegian). A-pressen . Retrieved 9 May 2013.
  3. "EFS Attendances". www.european-football-statistics.co.uk. Retrieved 9 April 2018.
  4. "(In Norwegian) Per-Mathias Høgmo er sykmeldt i 2 måneder". Rosenborg BK. 2006-07-27. Retrieved 2006-08-06.[ dead link ]
  5. "Lillestrøm klare for UEFA-cupen". dagbladet.no. 15 May 2007. Retrieved 9 April 2018.
  6. 1 2 "Tippeligaen 2006 Yellow Cards". altomfotball.no (in Norwegian). Retrieved 22 May 2019.
  7. 1 2 "Tippeligaen 2007 Red Cards". altomfotball.no (in Norwegian). Retrieved 22 May 2019.
  8. Fotballforbund, Norges. "404 ikke funnet". fotball.no - Norges Fotballforbund. Retrieved 9 April 2018.

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