|Dates||6 April 2015 – 8 November 2015|
|Champions|| Rosenborg |
|Relegated|| Mjøndalen |
|Europa League|| Strømsgodset |
|Goals scored||774 (3.23 per match)|
|Top goalscorer|| Alexander Søderlund |
|Biggest home win|| Molde 6–1 Sandefjord|
(30 May 2015)
Bodø/Glimt 6–1 Stabæk
(8 November 2015)
|Biggest away win|| Haugesund 0–6 Rosenborg|
(12 April 2015)
Tromsø 0–6 Strømsgodset
(2 August 2015)
|Highest scoring||Tromsø 4–5 Vålerenga |
(12 May 2015)
Mjøndalen 3–6 Odd
(2 August 2015)
|Longest winning run||6 games|
(9 August 2015)
|Longest unbeaten run||11 games|
(8 November 2015)
|Longest winless run||15 games|
(2 August 2015)
|Longest losing run||8 games|
(6 June 2015)
Rosenborg 1–1 Molde
(27 June 2015)
Mjøndalen 4–3 Tromsø
(9 May 2015)
|Average attendance||6,711 3.6%|
The 2015 Tippeligaen was the 71st completed season of top-tier football in Norway. The competition began on 6 April 2015, one week later than in the previous season. A short summer-break in June was scheduled between the rounds played on 12 July and 26 July, and the decisive match was played on 8 November 2015.Molde were the defending champions. Sandefjord, Tromsø and Mjøndalen joined as the promoted clubs from the 2014 1. divisjon. They replaced Brann, Sogndal and Sandnes Ulf who were relegated to the 2015 1. divisjon.
The league was contested by 16 teams: the 13 best teams of the 2014 season; the two teams who won direct promotion from the 2014 1. divisjon, Sandefjord and Tromsø; and Mjøndalen, who won the promotion/relegation play-off finals against Brann.
|Aalesund||14||Ålesund||Color Line Stadion||Artificial||10,778|
|Sarpsborg 08||4||Sarpsborg||Sarpsborg Stadion||Artificial||4,700|
|Aalesund||Trond Fredriksen (interim)||Umbro||Sparebanken Møre|
|Bodø/Glimt||Jan Halvor Halvorsen||Diadora||Sparebank 1 Nord-Norge|
|Haugesund||Jostein Grindhaug||Macron||Sparebanken Vest|
|Molde||Ole Gunnar Solskjær||Nike||Sparebanken Møre|
|Mjøndalen||Vegard Hansen||Umbro||Sparebanken Øst|
|Odd||Dag-Eilev Fagermo||New Balance||Skagerak Energi|
|Rosenborg||Kåre Ingebrigtsen||Adidas||SpareBank 1 SMN|
|Sarpsborg 08||Geir Bakke||Select||Borregaard|
|Stabæk||Bob Bradley||Adidas||Sparebank 1 Oslo Akershus|
|Start||Bård Borgersen (interim)||Umbro||Sparebanken Sør|
|Strømsgodset||Bjørn Petter Ingebretsen||Diadora||DNB|
|Tromsø||Bård Flovik (interim)||Select||Sparebank 1 Nord-Norge|
|Team||Outgoing manager||Manner of departure||Date of vacancy||Table||Incoming manager||Date of appointment||Table|
|Aalesund||Jan Jönsson||Mutual agreement||30 November 2014||Pre-season||Harald Aabrekk||1 January 2015||Pre-season|
|Lillestrøm||Magnus Haglund||Mutual agreement||30 November 2014||Pre-season||Rúnar Kristinsson||1 January 2015||Pre-season|
|Sarpsborg 08||Brian Deane||Mutual agreement||30 November 2014||Pre-season||Geir Bakke||1 January 2015||Pre-season|
|Aalesund||Harald Aabrekk||Sacked||28 April 2015||16th||Trond Fredriksen (interim)||28 April 2015||16th|
|Strømsgodset||David Nielsen||Mutual agreement||26 May 2015||9th||Bjørn Petter Ingebretsen||26 May 2015||9th|
|Molde||Tor Ole Skullerud||Sacked||6 August 2015||7th||Erling Moe (interim)||7 August 2015||7th|
|Molde||Erling Moe||Caretaker period ended||21 October 2015||7th||Ole Gunnar Solskjær||21 October 2015||7th|
|Tromsø||Steinar Nilsen||Sacked||18 August 2015||15th||Bård Flovik (interim)||18 August 2015||15th|
|Start||Mons Ivar Mjelde||Mutual agreement||7 September 2015||13th||Bård Borgersen (interim)||7 September 2015||13th|
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||Qualification or relegation|
|1||Rosenborg (C)||30||21||6||3||73||27||+46||69||Qualification for the Champions League second qualifying round|
|2||Strømsgodset||30||17||6||7||67||44||+23||57||Qualification for the Europa League second qualifying round|
|3||Stabæk||30||17||5||8||54||43||+11||56||Qualification for the Europa League first qualifying round|
|14||Start (O)||30||5||7||18||35||64||−29||22||Qualification for the relegation play-offs|
|15||Mjøndalen (R)||30||4||9||17||38||69||−31||21||Relegation to 1. divisjon|
|2016–17 UEFA Europa League First qualifying round|
|Relegation to 2016–17 1. divisjon|
The 14th-placed team, Start, took part in a two-legged play-off against Jerv, the winners of the 2015 1. divisjon promotion play-offs, to decide who would play in the 2016 Tippeligaen.
|Omoijuanfo 86'||Report||Stokkelien 19'|
| Hollingen 42'|
Start won 4–2 on aggregate and retained their place in the 2016 Tippeligaen; Jerv remained in the 1. divisjon.
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