|Dates||30 March 2019 – 1 December 2019|
|Champions|| Molde |
|Relegated|| Lillestrøm |
|Europa League|| Bodø/Glimt |
|Goals scored||699 (2.91 per match)|
|Top goalscorer||Torgeir Børven (21 goals)|
|Biggest home win|| Vålerenga 6–0 Bodø/Glimt|
(5 July 2019)
Strømsgodset 6–0 Brann
(24 November 2019)
|Biggest away win||Ranheim 1–5 Vålerenga|
(12 May 2019)
Strømsgodset 0–4 Molde
(22 June 2019)
Brann 1–5 Viking
(1 December 2019)
|Highest scoring|| Mjøndalen 4–5 Bodø/Glimt|
(6 April 2019)
|Longest winning run||Bodø/Glimt, Kristiansund, Molde, Odd |
|Longest unbeaten run||Molde|
|Longest winless run||Vålerenga|
|Longest losing run||Tromsø|
Rosenborg 0–2 Haugesund
(16 May 2019)
Ranheim 0–2 Haugesund
(14 April 2019)
|Average attendance||5,773 1.6%|
2020 →All statistics correct as of 1 December 2019.
The 2019 Eliteserien was the 75th season of top-tier football in Norway.
The season began on 30 March and was scheduled to end 30 November 2019, not including play-off matches, but due to Rosenborg competing in the Europa League the final matchday was moved to 1 December.Fixtures for the 2019 season were announced on 19 December 2018. Rosenborg were the defending champions. Viking and Mjøndalen joined as the promoted clubs from the 2018 1. divisjon. They replaced Sandefjord and Start who were relegated to the 2019 1. divisjon.
Molde won their fourth title, with two matches to spare following a 4–0 home win against Strømsgodset on 10 November 2019.
On 10 November, Molde were confirmed as Eliteserien champions following their 4–0 home win against Strømsgodset in the 28th round.They won their fourth title.
Sixteen teams compete in the league – the top fourteen teams from the previous season, and two teams promoted from 1. divisjon. The promoted teams were Viking and Mjøndalen, returning to the top flight after an absence of one and three years respectively. They replaced Sandefjord (after a two-year spell in Eliteserien) and Start (relegated after a season's presence).
|Sarpsborg 08||8||Sarpsborg||Sarpsborg Stadion||Artificial||8,022|
|Bodø/Glimt||Kjetil Knutsen||Ricardo||Diadora||Sparebanken Nord-Norge|
|Brann||Lars Arne Nilsen||Vito Wormgoor||Nike||Sparebanken Vest|
|Haugesund||Jostein Grindhaug||Christian Grindheim||Macron||Haugaland Kraft|
|Kristiansund||Christian Michelsen||Dan Peter Ulvestad||Macron||SpareBank 1 Nordvest|
|Lillestrøm||Jörgen Lennartsson||Frode Kippe||Puma||DNB|
|Mjøndalen||Vegard Hansen||Christian Gauseth||Umbro||Sparebanken Øst|
|Molde||Erling Moe||Ruben Gabrielsen||Nike||Sparebanken Møre|
|Odd||Dag-Eilev Fagermo||Steffen Hagen||Hummel||SpareBank 1 Telemark|
|Ranheim||Svein Maalen||Mads Reginiussen||Umbro||SpareBank 1 SMN|
|Rosenborg||Eirik Horneland||Mike Jensen||Adidas||SpareBank 1 SMN|
|Sarpsborg 08||Geir Bakke||Joachim Thomassen||Select||Borregaard|
|Stabæk||Jan Jönsson||Andreas Hanche-Olsen||Macron||SpareBank 1 Østlandet|
|Strømsgodset||Henrik Pedersen||Jakob Glesnes||Puma||DNB|
|Tromsø||Simo Valakari||Simen Wangberg||Select||Sparebanken Nord-Norge|
|Viking||Bjarne Berntsen||Zlatko Tripić||Diadora||Lyse|
|Vålerenga||Ronny Deila||Adam Larsen Kwarasey||Umbro||DNB|
|Team||Outgoing manager||Manner of departure||Date of vacancy||Table||Incoming manager||Date of appointment||Table|
|Rosenborg||Rini Coolen||End of interim period||31 December 2018||Pre-season||Eirik Horneland||9 January 2019||Pre-season|
|Haugesund||Eirik Horneland||Signed by Rosenborg||7 January 2018||Jostein Grindhaug||8 January 2019|
|Molde||Ole Gunnar Solskjær||Signed by Manchester United||28 March 2019||Erling Moe||29 April 2019|
|Strømsgodset||Bjørn Petter Ingebretsen||Health reasons||15 May 2019||14th||Håkon Wibe-Lund (interim)||15 May 2019||14th|
|Stabæk||Henning Berg||Signed by Omonia||6 June 2019||15th||Jan Jönsson||11 June 2019||15th|
|Strømsgodset||Håkon Wibe-Lund (interim)||End of interim period||20 June 2019||15th||Henrik Pedersen||20 June 2019||15th|
|Lillestrøm||Jörgen Lennartsson||Sacked||2 December 2019||14th||Tom Nordlie (interim)||3 December 2019||14th|
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||Qualification or relegation|
|1||Molde (C)||30||21||5||4||72||31||+41||68||Qualification for the Champions League first qualifying round|
|2||Bodø/Glimt||30||15||9||6||64||44||+20||54||Qualification for the Europa League first qualifying round|
|5||Viking||30||13||8||9||55||42||+13||47||Qualification for the Europa League second qualifying round|
|14||Lillestrøm (R)||30||7||9||14||32||47||−15||30||Qualification for the relegation play-offs|
|15||Tromsø (R)||30||8||6||16||39||58||−19||30||Relegation to 1. divisjon|
|Leader / 2020–21 UEFA Champions League first qualifying round|
|2020–21 UEFA Europa League first qualifying round|
|Relegation to 2020 1. divisjon|
The 14th-placed team, Lillestrøm takes part in a two-legged play-off against Start, the winners of the 1. divisjon promotion play-offs, to decide who will play in the 2020 Eliteserien.
|Sigurðarson 54' (pen.), 69'||Report||Gustavsson 28'|
| Mikalsen 2'|
Lowe 22' (o.g.)
|Report||Ramsland 76', 79', 82'|
Lillestrøm lost on the away goals rule after 5–5 on aggregate and were relegated to 1. divisjon.
|5||Magnus Wolff Eikrem||Molde||11||25||0,44|
|Amor Layouni||Bodø/Glimt||Lillestrøm||4–0 (H)||5 May 2019|
|Ohi Omoijuanfo||Molde||Viking||5–1 (H)||20 May 2019|
|Ibrahima Wadji||Haugesund||Mjøndalen||4–1 (A)||26 May 2019|
|Leke James||Molde||Strømsgodset||4–0 (A)||22 June 2019|
|Erik Botheim||Rosenborg||Tromsø||5–2 (H)||10 August 2019|
|Amahl Pellegrino||Kristiansund||Viking||4–2 (H)||27 October 2019|
|Kasper Junker||Stabæk||Mjøndalen||4–2 (H)||24 November 2019|
|3||Magnus Wolff Eikrem||Molde||8|
|Joackim Olsen Solberg||Mjøndalen|
|Vegar Eggen Hedenstad||Rosenborg|
|Morten Gamst Pedersen||Tromsø|
|Adam Larsen Kwarasey||Vålerenga|
|Julian Faye Lund||Mjøndalen|
Updated to games played on 1 December 2019
1: Team played last season in 1. divisjon.
|Player of the Year||Håkon Evjen||Bodø/Glimt|
|Young Player of the Year||Håkon Evjen||Bodø/Glimt|
|Coach of the Year||Kjetil Knutsen||Bodø/Glimt|
|Goal of the Year Video||Ola Brynhildsen||Stabæk|
|Team of the Year ( Verdens Gang )|
|Goalkeeper||Marcus Sandberg (Stabæk)|
|Defenders||Ruben Gabrielsen (Molde)||Tore Reginiussen (Rosenborg)||Kristoffer Haugen (Molde)|
|Midfielders||Aron Dønnum (Vålerenga)||Kristian Thorstvedt (Viking)||Magnus Wolff Eikrem (Molde)||Håkon Evjen (Bodø/Glimt)||Herolind Shala (Vålerenga)|
|Forwards||Zlatko Tripic (Viking)||Amor Layouni (Bodø/Glimt)|
|Team of the Year (Eurosport)|
|Goalkeeper||Marcus Sandberg (Stabæk)|
|Defenders||Kristoffer Haraldseid (Molde)||Ruben Gabrielsen (Molde)||Tore Reginiussen (Rosenborg)||Fredrik André Bjørkan (Bodø/Glimt)|
|Midfielders||Magnus Wolff Eikrem (Molde)||Sondre Tronstad (Haugesund)||Håkon Evjen (Bodø/Glimt)|
|Forwards||Zlatko Tripic (Viking)||Torgeir Børven (Odd)||Amor Layouni (Bodø/Glimt)|
|Team of the Year ( Nettavisen )|
|Goalkeeper||Marcus Sandberg (Stabæk)|
|Defenders||Ruben Gabrielsen (Molde)||Tore Reginiussen (Rosenborg)||Fredrik André Bjørkan (Bodø/Glimt)||Martin Bjørnbak (Molde)|
|Midfielders||Magnus Wolff Eikrem (Molde)||Håkon Evjen (Bodø/Glimt)||Fredrik Aursnes (Molde)||Zlatko Tripic (Viking)|
|Forwards||Leke James (Molde)||Torgeir Børven (Odd)|
Eliteserien is a Norwegian professional league for association football clubs. At the top of the Norwegian football league system, it is the country's primary football competition. Contested by 16 clubs, it operates on a system of promotion and relegation with the 1. divisjon.
The 2008 Tippeligaen was the 64th completed season of top division football in Norway. The season began on 29 March and ended 2 November. Brann were the defending champions, having won their third Tippeligaen championship in 2007. The teams promoted from the 1. divisjon at the end of the previous season were champions Molde, automatic qualifiers HamKam, and play-off winners Bodø/Glimt.
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The 2012 Tippeligaen was the 68th completed season of top division football in Norway. The competition began on 23 March 2012 and ended on 18 November 2012, with a summer break from 28 May to 30 June. Molde were the defending champions, while Hønefoss and Sandnes Ulf entered as the promoted teams from the 2011 1. divisjon. They replaced Start and Sarpsborg 08 who were relegated to the 2012 1. divisjon.
Anthony Ohikhuaeme Omoijuanfo is a Norwegian footballer who plays as a forward for Eliteserien club Molde.
The 2013 Tippeligaen was the 69th completed season of top division football in Norway. The competition began 15 March 2013 and ended on 10 November 2013, when Strømsgodset defeated Haugesund 4–0 to win their second league title.
The 2012 season was Strømsgodset's 6th season in Tippeligaen following their promotion back to the top flight in 2006. It was Ronny Deila's fifth season in charge and they finished 2nd in the Tippeligaen and were knocked out of the 2012 Norwegian Football Cup at the Quarterfinal stage by Brann.
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The 2018 Eliteserien was the 74th completed season of top-tier football in Norway.
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The 2020 Eliteserien was the 76th season of top-tier football in Norway.
The 2019 season is Haugesund's 10th season in the Tippeligaen following their promotion in 2009.
The 2018 season was Lillestrøm's 43rd consecutive, and final, year in Eliteserien. Lillestrøm finished the season in 14th position, entering the Relegation play-offs where they were defeated on away goals by IK Start after the two-legged affair ended 5-5. In the Norwegian Cup, Lillestrøm reached the Third Round before defeat to Strømmen.
The 2020 season was Haugesund's 27th competitive season in the clubs history. During this season they competed in the Eliteserien.
The 2020 season was Odd's twelfth continuous season in the Eliteserien since winning the 1. divisjon in 2008.
The 2021 Eliteserien is the 77th season of top-tier football in Norway.