2011 Norwegian First Division

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1. divisjon
Season 2011
Champions Hønefoss
PromotedHønefoss
Sandnes Ulf
Relegated Asker
Nybergsund-Trysil
Randaberg
Løv-Ham
Matches played240
Goals scored775 (3.23 per match)
Top goalscorer Vegard Braaten
(18 goals)
2010
2012

The 2011 1. divisjon (referred to as Adeccoligaen for sponsorship reasons) was a Norwegian second-tier football season. The season began play on 3 April 2011 and ended on 30 October 2011. [1]

Contents

The clubs relegated from the 2010 Tippeligaen were Hønefoss (after relegation play-offs), Kongsvinger and Sandefjord. Asker, HamKam, Hødd, and Randaberg were promoted from the 2010 2. divisjon.

Following an extended period of financial distress, Lyn withdrew from the league in 2010. [2] Follo did not finish their licensing application for the 2011 season before the time limit of 15 September 2010, and were thus relegated at the end of the 2010 season even though they finished 12th, outside of the relegation zone. As a result of this the 13th placed team, Sandnes Ulf, avoided relegation. [3] Tromsdalen and Moss were the remaining two teams relegated to the 2011 2. divisjon.

At the end of the season, the two best teams were promoted to the 2012 Tippeligaen, while the four bottom placed teams were relegated to the 2012 2. divisjon. There was not a two-legged promotion play-off this season.

Overview

TeamLocationArenaCapacityManager
Alta Alta Finnmarkshallen 1,000 Flag of Norway.svg Rune Berger
Asker Fotball Asker Føyka Stadion 2,000 Flag of Norway.svg Gaute Larsen
Bodø/Glimt Bodø Aspmyra Stadion 7,400 Flag of Norway.svg Cato André Hansen
Bryne Bryne Bryne Stadion 10,000 Flag of Norway.svg Tommy Bergersen
HamKam Hamar Briskeby Arena 10,200 Flag of Norway.svg Vegard Skogheim
Hødd Ulsteinvik Høddvoll Stadion 3,120 Flag of Norway.svg Lars Arne Nilsen
Hønefoss Hønefoss AKA Arena 4,000 Flag of Norway.svg Leif Gunnar Smerud
Kongsvinger Kongsvinger Gjemselund Stadion 5,202 Flag of Norway.svg Tom Nordlie
Løv-Ham Bergen Varden Amfi 3,500 Flag of Norway.svg Tom Mangersnes
Mjøndalen Mjøndalen Nedre Eiker Stadion 2,600 Flag of Norway.svg Vegard Hansen
Nybergsund-Trysil Trysil Nybergsund Stadion 1,600 Flag of Norway.svg Ola Brenden
Randaberg Randaberg Randaberg Stadion 1,033 Flag of Norway.svg Thomas Pereira
Ranheim Ranheim DnB NOR Arena 2,000 Flag of Norway.svg Aasmund Bjørkan
Sandefjord Sandefjord Komplett.no Arena 9,000 Flag of Norway.svg Arne Sandstø
Sandnes Ulf Sandnes Sandnes Idrettspark 3,000 Flag of Norway.svg Asle Andersen
Strømmen Strømmen Strømmen Stadion 3,000 Flag of Norway.svg Thomas Berntsen

Managerial changes

TeamOutgoing managerManner of departureDate of vacancyTableIncoming managerDate of appointmentTable
Sandefjord Flag of Ireland.svg Patrick Walker Sacked [4] 9 May 201111th Flag of Norway.svg Arne Sandstø 23 May 2011 [5] 11th
Løv-Ham Flag of Norway.svg Arne Sandstø Signed by Sandefjord [5] 23 May 201115th Flag of Norway.svg Tom Mangersnes 24 May 201115th
Bodø/Glimt Flag of Norway.svg Kåre Ingebrigtsen Resigned [6] 26 May 201114th Flag of Norway.svg Cato André Hansen 24 June 20119th
Kongsvinger Flag of Norway.svg Per Brogeland Sacked [7] 30 August 201111th Flag of Norway.svg Tom Nordlie 1 September 2011 [8] 11th

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion or relegation
1 Hønefoss (C, P)3016956128+3357Promotion to Tippeligaen
2 Sandnes Ulf (P)30182105832+2656
3 Sandefjord 3016596138+2353
4 Ranheim 3015786139+2252
5 Bodø/Glimt 3015785238+1452
6 HamKam 3014975240+1251
7 Kongsvinger 3014795036+1449
8 Hødd 30137105442+1246
9 Bryne 30111184736+1144
10 Mjøndalen 301010104251940
11 Alta 30109114551639
12 Strømmen 30971443581534
13 Asker (R)30971438561834Relegation to 2. divisjon
14 Nybergsund-Trysil (R)30651942723023
15 Randaberg (R)30452137875017
16 Løv-Ham [lower-alpha 1] (R)30452132713916
Source: Soccerway
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. Løv-Ham were deducted a total 1 points: 1 point because of for lack of financial control [9]

Results

Home \ Away ALT AFK BOD BRY HK ILH HØN KIL LØV MIF NIL RIL RF SF ULF SIF
Alta 3–43–30–01–52–21–42–12–04–12–04–11–01–20–21–1
Asker 1–41–01–11–10–31–22–13–01–12–00–02–11–20–10–0
Bodø/Glimt 0–03–03–01–13–10–04–20–21–03–04–11–11–13–13–1
Bryne 2–22–21–20–30–10–10–20–00–02–27–03–12–13–55–0
HamKam 2–02–12–21–22–11–00–22–20–01–03–00–11–42–24–2
Hødd 3–03–03–00–13–10–40–23–42–23–02–10–01–22–14–0
Hønefoss BK 2–00–13–21–11–11–12–12–03–05–36–02–12–31–01–2
Kongsvinger 1–11–02–00–23–31–12–24–02–01–04–13–33–01–01–1
Løv-Ham 1–20–10–10–22–20–12–50–10–02–34–32–51–20–33–0
Mjøndalen 3–04–32–40–01–33–12–22–20–05–23–11–24–22–12–1
Nybergsund-Trysil 2–21–10–21–24–03–50–51–03–10–13–31–34–22–12–6
Randaberg 2–22–42–02–11–32–20–20–44–01–13–21–41–51–21–2
Ranheim 1–04–03–22–21–22–52–24–01–03–04–13–02–10–14–1
Sandefjord 3–15–11–21–11–21–00–01–22–16–02–04–01–11–12–1
Sandnes Ulf 1–24–13–00–10–23–01–03–16–04–11–04–22–01–02–0
Strømmen 1–22–11–22–41–01–10–01–06–20–12–22–12–20–34–2
Source: NRK Sport
Legend: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

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