Eliteserien records and statistics

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The top tier of Norwegian football has existed as a one-league top flight since 1963. The league was renamed Eliteserien for the start of the 2017 season. [1] The following page details the football records and statistics of the Norwegian top flight since 1963.

Contents

League records

Titles

Wins

Defeats

Draws

Attendances

Goals

Points

Player records

Appearances

As of match played 30 July 2020 [16] [17]
RankPlayerYearsApps
1 Flag of Norway.svg Daniel Berg Hestad 1993–2016473
2 Flag of Norway.svg Morten Berre 1996–2015447
3 Flag of Norway.svg Frode Kippe 1997–2019441
4 Flag of Norway.svg Roar Strand 1989–2010439
5 Flag of Norway.svg Øyvind Storflor 1999–2019421
6 Flag of Norway.svg Espen Hoff 1999–2016406
7 Flag of Norway.svg Steffen Hagen 2006–present375
8 Flag of Norway.svg Christer Basma 1993–2008350
9 Flag of Norway.svg Ola By Rise 1977–1995346
10 Flag of Norway.svg Runar Berg 1990–2009345

Goals

RankNameGoalsGamesGoals per gamePlaying positionFirst goalLast goal
1 Flag of Norway.svg Sigurd Rushfeldt 1722990.58 Forward 1992 2011
2 Flag of Norway.svg Harald Martin Brattbakk 1662550.69Forward 1990 2005
3 Flag of Norway.svg Petter Belsvik 1592920.54Forward 1989 2003
4 Flag of Norway.svg Odd Iversen 1582250.70Forward 1967 1982
5 Flag of Norway.svg Per Kristoffersen 14511940.75Forward 1956–57 1968
6 Flag of Norway.svg Frode Johnsen 1323010.44Forward 1999 2015
7 Flag of Norway.svg Thorstein Helstad 1162340.50Forward 1995 2013
7 Flag of Norway.svg Bengt Sæternes 1162800.41Forward 1996 2011
9 Flag of Norway.svg Jostein Flo 1142130.54Forward 1987 2001
10 Flag of Norway.svg Arild Sundgot 1113250.34Forward 1995 2011

Note:1 Per Kristoffersen's goals scored before 1963 are included in the statistics.

Disciplinary

Goalkeepers

Youngest goalscorers

This is a list of the top 10 youngest players to score a goal in Eliteserien. [19] [32] [33]

PlayerDateTeamAgeOpposition
1 Martin Ødegaard 16 May 2014 [19] Strømsgodset 15 years, 151 days Sarpsborg 08
2 Håkon Lorentzen 10 November 2013 [32] Brann 16 years, 100 days Tromsø
3 Kristoffer Ajer 21 April 2014 Start 16 years, 164 days Sarpsborg 08
4 Kjetil Sigurdsen 14 September 1986 [32] Bryne 16 years, 207 days Tromsø
5 Sander Svendsen 21 April 2014 [33] Molde 16 years, 259 days Sarpsborg 08
6 Ohi Omoijuanfo 7 November 2010 Lillestrøm 16 years, 300 days Strømsgodset
7 Kjetil Rekdal 15 September 1985 [34] Molde 16 years, 313 days Bryne
8 Trond Fredrik Ludvigsen 2 May 1999 Bodø/Glimt 16 years, 314 days Brann
9 Jan Berg 9 May 1982 [35] Molde 16 years, 360 days HamKam
10 Erling Haaland 6 August 2017 [36] Molde 17 years, 16 days Tromsø

Match records

Scorelines

All-time Eliteserien table

The all-time Eliteserien table is a cumulative record of all match results, points and goals of every team that has played in the Eliteserien since the start of a one-league top flight in 1963. The table that follows is accurate as of start of the 2020 season. Teams in bold are part of the 2020 Eliteserien. Numbers in bold are the record (highest either positive or negative) numbers in each column.

Pos.ClubSeasonsPldWinDrawLossGFGAGDPts1st2nd3rdRelegatedAvg
Pts
Best
Pos.
1 Rosenborg 52126869031126725961440115623812674156.331
2 Viking 521252527332393195716453121913728345.841
3 Lillestrøm 451134474309351180814363721731473145.791
4 Brann 49119047428343318571776811705254642.981
5 Molde 411042468239335173914612781643493547.301
6 Vålerenga 46112442627642217041651531554534541.481
7 Start 3690231421437413181449−1311156217938.451
8 Tromsø 3283630120932611771227−50111223339.902
9 Strømsgodset 3177830617230012801283−31090223542.031
10 Stabæk 236382611492281050947103932114243.821
11 Odd 236182531402259179031489922243.642
12 Bodø/Glimt 246242161552539591021–6280341438.612
13 Lyn 26584212142230876911–35778234739.971
14 Fredrikstad 25558205135218823846–237505640.322
15 HamKam 21474154116204606750–1445781836.583
16 Moss 19442151105186622701–7955811437.871
17 Kongsvinger 1842415197176600700–10055012238.922
18 Haugesund 1337813890150545569–245041240.003
19 Bryne 1739013397160561614–534962238.152
20 Sogndal 18468124124220566838–264496831.796
21 Skeid 1837613869169506603–97483111538.541
22 Aalesund 1337412989156506583–77476338.184
23 Mjøndalen 1534611382151430537–1073912636.502
24 Sarpsborg 08 8240727791310372–622931136.633
25 Sarpsborg FK 111206714986253295–422622238.163
26 Frigg 8148454162176255–79176335.684
27 Sandefjord 72024443115236378–142175425.998
28 Kristiansund 390342531131128312742.335
29 Hødd 6120282567146240–94109327.258
30 Steinkjer 594272443122166–44105333.514
31 Hønefoss 39020294192151–5989229.6713
32 Sandnes Ulf 390212445107167–6087129.0013
33 Fyllingen 236617193065106–4170231.827
34 Ranheim 26019122979105–2669134.507
35 Eik-Tønsberg 36619123579125–4669131.365
36 Raufoss 36211153659117–5848223.239
37 Strindheim 2489102954114–6037223.1312
38 Mjølner 24479283383–5030220.4512
39 Strømmen 24469293980–4127218.4111
40 Sandefjord BK 23667232980–5125120.837
41 Haugar 12221282038–1818124.5511
42 Lisleby 1184592226–417128.339
43 Gjøvik-Lyn 311851122947–1816126.6710
44 Vard Haugesund 12229112136–1515120.4512
45 Djerv 1919 12234151759–4213117.7312
46 Pors 11831141046–3610116.6710
47 Os 12205171550–35516.8212

League or status at the beginning of 2020:

2020 Eliteserien
2020 1. divisjon
2020 2. divisjon
2020 3. divisjon
2020 4. divisjon
2020 5. divisjon
Defunct:
2By a 2011 agreement, Fyllingen Fotball merged with Løv-Ham to create FK Fyllingsdalen. [44]
LeadersYearsSeasons
Brann 19631
Lyn 1964–19718
Fredrikstad 1972–19743
Viking 1975–199117
Rosenborg 1992–Present28

Managers

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