2009 Tippeligaen

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Tippeligaen
Season 2009
Champions Rosenborg
21st title
Relegated Fredrikstad
Bodø/Glimt
Lyn
Champions League Rosenborg
Europa League Aalesund
Molde
Stabæk
Matches played240
Goals scored697 (2.9 per match)
Top goalscorer Rade Prica
(17 goals)
Biggest home winMolde 8–1 Start
(1 August 2009)
Biggest away winLyn 0–5 Fredrikstad
(1 November 2009)
Highest scoringMolde 8–1 Start
(1 August 2009)
Longest winning run8 games [1]
Rosenborg
Longest unbeaten run26 games [1]
Rosenborg
Longest winless run18 games [1]
Lyn
Longest losing run8 games [1]
Lyn
Highest attendance21,597
Rosenborg 2–2 Molde
(16 May 2009) [2]
Lowest attendance2,092
Lyn 0–1 Bodø/Glimt
(12 July 2009) [2]
Average attendance8,965 Decrease2.svg 8.6%
2008
2010

The 2009 Tippeligaen was the 65th completed season of top division football in Norway. The competition began on 15 March and end on 1 November. Stabæk were the defending champions. Odd Grenland, Sandefjord and Start entered as the three promoted teams from the 2008 1. divisjon. They replaced HamKam who were relegated to the 2009 1. divisjon.

Contents

Overview

League expansion

This was the first top division seasons where 16 teams were competing on the highest level of Norwegian football since the 1961–62 Hovedserien season. Due to the league expanding from 14 to 16 teams, [3] three teams were promoted from the 1. divisjon at the end of the 2008 season. Those teams were champions Odd Grenland, runners-up Sandefjord and third-placed Start. The last spot was taken by Aalesund after winning a two-legged play-off match against Sogndal.

Summary

Stabæk was the defending champions, having won their first ever League Championship in 2008. On 27 September, Rosenborg secured the title with four rounds left to go. [4] They won their 21st top-flight title.

Teams

Stadiums and locations

Note: Table lists in alphabetical order.
Team Ap. LocationStadiumTurfCapacity
Aalesund 8 Ålesund Color Line Stadion Artificial 10,778
Bodø/Glimt 19 Bodø Aspmyra stadion Artificial 7,400
Brann 53 Bergen Brann stadion Natural 17,317
Fredrikstad 40 Fredrikstad Fredrikstad Stadion Natural 13,300
Lillestrøm 46 Lillestrøm Åråsen stadion Natural 12,500
Lyn 36 Oslo Ullevaal Stadion Natural 25,572
Molde 33 Molde Aker Stadion Natural 11,167
Odd Grenland 28 Skien Skagerak Arena Artificial 13,500
Rosenborg 46 Trondheim Lerkendal stadion Natural 21,850
Sandefjord 3 Sandefjord Komplett.no Arena Natural 9,000
Stabæk 14 Bærum Telenor Arena Artificial 15,000
Start 34 Kristiansand Sør Arena Natural 14,300
Strømsgodset 22 Drammen Marienlyst Stadion Artificial 8,500
Tromsø 23 Tromsø Alfheim stadion Artificial 7,500
Vålerenga 49 Oslo Ullevaal Stadion Natural 25,572
Viking 60 Stavanger Viking Stadion Natural 16,600

Personnel and kits

TeamManagerCaptainKit manufacturerSponsor
Aalesund Flag of Norway.svg Kjetil Rekdal Flag of Norway.svg Amund Skiri Umbro Sparebanken Møre
Bodø/Glimt Flag of Norway.svg Kåre Ingebrigtsen Flag of Norway.svg Christian Berg Diadora Nordlandsbanken
Brann Flag of Norway.svg Steinar Nilsen Flag of Norway.svg Håkon Opdal Kappa Sparebanken Vest
Fredrikstad Flag of Norway.svg Tom Nordlie Flag of Norway.svg Hans Erik Ramberg Umbro Brynild
Lillestrøm Flag of Norway.svg Henning Berg Flag of Norway.svg Frode Kippe Diadora Nordea
Lyn Flag of Norway.svg Gunnar Halle Flag of Norway.svg Tommy Berntsen Puma Carrot Communications
Molde Flag of Sweden.svg Kjell Jonevret Flag of Norway.svg Daniel Berg Hestad Umbro [5] Sparebanken Møre [6]
Odd Grenland Flag of Norway.svg Dag-Eilev Fagermo Flag of Norway.svg Morten Fevang Adidas Skagerak Energi
Rosenborg Flag of Sweden.svg Erik Hamrén Flag of Norway.svg Roar Strand Adidas REMA 1000
Sandefjord Flag of Ireland.svg Pat Walker Flag of Norway.svg Birger Madsen Puma Jotun
Stabæk Flag of Sweden.svg Jan Jönsson Flag of Norway.svg Morten Skjønsberg PumaFornebu - Nytt liv
Start Flag of Norway.svg Knut Tørum Flag of Norway.svg Ole Martin Årst Umbro Sparebanken Sør
Strømsgodset Flag of Norway.svg Ronny Deila Flag of Norway.svg Alexander Aas Nike SpareBank 1
Tromsø Flag of Norway.svg Per-Mathias Høgmo Flag of Norway.svg Sigurd Rushfeldt [7] Puma SpareBank 1 Nord-Norge
Vålerenga Flag of Norway.svg Martin Andresen Flag of Norway.svg André Muri [8] Kappa Hafslund
Viking Flag of Germany.svg Uwe Rösler Flag of Norway.svg Børre Steenslid [9] Adidas Lyse Energi

Managerial changes

TeamOutgoing managerManner of departureDate of vacancyTableIncoming managerDate of appointmentTable
Fredrikstad Flag of Sweden.svg Anders Grönhagen Health problems16 June 2009 [10] 12th Flag of Norway.svg Tom Nordlie 27 August 2009 [11] 14th
Lyn Flag of Norway.svg Kent Bergersen Sacked29 July 2009 [12] 16th Flag of Norway.svg Gunnar Halle 29 July 200916th
Vålerenga Flag of Norway.svg Tor Ole Skullerud Resigned26 August 200911th Flag of Norway.svg Martin Andresen 9 January 2009 [13] 11th

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation
1 Rosenborg (C)3020916022+3869Qualification for the Champions League second qualifying round
2 Molde 3017586235+2756Qualification for the Europa League second qualifying round
3 Stabæk 3015875234+1853
4 Odd Grenland 30121085344+946
5 Brann 30128105149+244
6 Tromsø 301010103536140
7 Vålerenga 30124144750340
8 Sandefjord 301010103944540
9 Start 301010104652640
10 Viking 30911103840238
11 Lillestrøm 30910114350737
12 Strømsgodset 30106144042236
13 Aalesund 3099123443936Qualification for the Europa League third qualifying round [lower-alpha 1]
14 Fredrikstad (R)30104163944534Qualification for the relegation play-offs
15 Bodø/Glimt (R)306101429532428Relegation to 1. divisjon
16 Lyn (R)302101829593016
Source: speaker.no (in Norwegian)
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. Aalesund won the 2009 Norwegian Cup and qualified for the third qualifying round of the UEFA Europa League.

Results

Home \ Away AAL BOD SKB FFK LSK LYN MFK ODD RBK SF STB IKS SIF TIL VIF VIK
Aalesund 1–13–01–13–12–00–21–20–31–11–01–11–11–13–20–1
Bodø/Glimt 3–00–21–11–10–22–41–10–41–02–11–11–01–10–22–0
Brann 2–14–22–13–12–12–04–21–10–11–11–14–22–41–21–1
Fredrikstad 0–12–22–41–02–11–23–01–41–20–11–02–03–03–11–0
Lillestrøm 1–12–23–14–22–10–11–11–22–11–23–22–12–21–21–1
Lyn 0–20–12–20–51–10–11–11–11–22–24–10–10–1 4–4 0–0
Molde 3–13–15–22–03–04–02–1 0–2 1–14–08–12–11–10–31–2
Odd Grenland 4–24–03–12–02–34–12–11–12–01–21–22–11–02–22–2
Rosenborg 2–12–01–11–02–14–1 2–2 1–14–01–02–33–00–03–01–0
Sandefjord 1–21–13–11–12–22–11–11–22–21–31–01–02–00–23–1
Stabæk 3–02–02–12–11–10–02–33–31–24–15–03–12–03–22–0
Start 0–14–00–11–03–01–12–21–11–23–22–22–23–12–01–1
Strømsgodset 2–03–02–14–11–21–10–23–10–11–11–03–32–13–02–1
Tromsø 3–10–00–22–01–11–01–01–12–41–10–03–12–12–00–1
Vålerenga 1–12–11–12–10–1 4–1 2–10–31–21–20–12–31–02–43–1
Viking 1–13–21–11–24–25–22–13–00–02–22–20–11–11–00–3
Source: speaker.no (in Norwegian)
Legend: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Relegation play-offs

At the end of the season, the two last teams relegated directly to 1. divisjon, and were replaced by the winner and runner-up of the 1. divisjon who were directly promoted.

Four teams entered a play-off for the last Tippeligaen spot in the 2010 season. These were:

First round Second round
        
14 Fredrikstad 0
5 Sarpsborg 082
5 Sarpsborg 08 31 4
3 Kongsvinger2 35
3 Kongsvinger3
4 Sogndal 1

Season statistics

Top scorers

PositionPlayerClubGoals
1 Flag of Sweden.svg Rade Prica Rosenborg 17
2 Flag of Hungary.svg Péter Kovács Odd Grenland 16
- Flag of Senegal.svg Mame Biram Diouf Molde 16
4 Flag of Norway.svg Erik Huseklepp Brann 15
- Flag of Sweden.svg Daniel Nannskog Stabæk 15
6 Flag of Norway.svg Arild Sundgot Lillestrøm 11
- Flag of Norway.svg Bengt Sæternes Vålerenga 11
- Flag of Senegal.svg Pape Paté Diouf Molde 11
9 Flag of Norway.svg Mads Stokkelien Start 10
- Flag of Norway.svg Marcus Pedersen Strømsgodset 10
11 Flag of Norway.svg Steffen Iversen Rosenborg 9
- Flag of Norway.svg Bernt Hulsker Start 9
Total goals:612
Games played:210
Average goals per game:2.91

Last updated: 28 September 2009
Source: AltOmFotball.no (in Norwegian)

8 goals
7 goals
6 goals
5 goals
4 goals
3 goals
2 goals
1 goal
Own goals

Discipline

Player

Club

  • Most yellow cards: 54 [16]
    • Strømsgodset
  • Most red cards: 3 [16]
    • Lyn
    • Sandefjord
    • Start
    • Tromsø

Attendance

TeamStadiumCapacityTotalGamesMaximumMinimumAverage % of Capacity
Rosenborg Lerkendal stadion 21,850264,7831521,59714,54917,65280.8%
Brann Brann stadion 17,317238,5661517,25815,07315,90491.8%
Viking Viking Stadion 16,600196,0601515,32811,37413,07178.7%
Vålerenga Ullevaal Stadion 25,572161,8221519,2346,25010,78842.1%
Fredrikstad Fredrikstad stadion 13,300154,7001512,0589,10710,31377.5%
Aalesund Color Line Stadion 10,778153,2641510,7789,40910,21894.8%
Stabæk Telenor Arena 15,000142,0821513,4098,1159,47263.1%
Start Sør Arena 14,300124,2801510,7936,6278,28557.9%
Molde Aker Stadion 11,167119,4801511,1685,7417,96571.3%
Lillestrøm Åråsen stadion 12,500114,0131510,2876,3347,60160.8%
Odd Grenland Skagerak Arena 13,500110,5821511,2955,0557,37254.6%
Sandefjord Komplett.no Arena 9,00087,066157,8104,9675,80464.5%
Strømsgodset Marienlyst stadion 8,50080,322157,3873,8975,35563.0%
Tromsø Alfheim stadion 7,50077,636157,4924,4055,17669.0%
Bodø/Glimt Aspmyra stadion 7,40064,244155,8083,0904,28257.9%
Lyn Ullevaal Stadion 25,57262,8021514,0482,0924,18716.4%
TotalGamesAverage
2,151,6822408,965

Last updated: End of 2009 season
Source: altomfotball.no (in Norwegian)

Other

Team
Kit maker
Shirt sponsor
UEFA Fair Play
(avg. pts.)
Bodø/Glimt Diadora Nordlandsbanken 7,82
Brann Kappa Sparebanken Vest 7,79
Fredrikstad Umbro Carnegie 7,77
Lillestrøm Diadora Nordea 7,70
Lyn Puma Carrot Communications 7,53
Molde Umbro Sparebanken Møre 7,96
Odd Grenland Adidas Skagerak Energi 7,97
Rosenborg Adidas REMA 1000 8,12
Sandefjord Puma Jotun 7,63
Stabæk Puma Fornebu - nytt liv 7,93
Start Umbro Sparebanken Sør 7,73
Strømsgodset Nike Sparebanken Drammen 7,84
Tromsø Puma Sparebanken Nord-Norge 7,92
Viking Adidas Lyse Energi 7,59
Vålerenga Kappa Hafslund 7,93
Aalesund Umbro Sparebanken Møre 7,72

See also

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