|Association|| Football Association of Norway |
|Head coach||Erland Johnsen|
|Most caps||Marius Høibråten (15)|
|Top scorer||Morten Bransdal (8)|
| Norway 2–3 Finland |
(Lommedalen, Norway; 7 June 1981)
| Gibraltar 0–10 Norway |
(Pančevo, Serbia; 24 October 2017)
| East Germany 5–1 Norway |
(Gräfenhanichen, East Germany; 2 November 1983)
|Appearances||0 (first in - )|
|Appearances||2 (first in 2017 )|
|Best result||Quarter-finals (2018)|
The Norway national under-17 football team, controlled by the Football Association of Norway, is the national under-17 football team of Norway.
The team is for players of 17 years or under at the start of a UEFA European Under-17 Championship campaign.Norway have qualified for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar
|1985||Did not qualify|
|2021||To be determined|
|2002||Did not qualify|
The following players were called up for the friendlies against Sweden, Austria and Ireland.National team caps and goals are correct as of 12 September 2019.
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club|
|1||GK||Sander Tangvik||29 November 2002||4||0||Rosenborg|
|12||GK||Markus Vassøy Nilsen||23 April 2002||2||0||Sandnes Ulf|
|2||DF||Mikkel Tveiten||5 September 2002||8||1||Lyn|
|3||DF||Brage Skaret||28 April 2002||8||0||Vålerenga|
|4||DF||Nicolas Pignatel Jenssen||12 January 2002||9||0||Stabæk|
|13||DF||William Kulvik||23 April 2002||1||0||Stabæk|
|15||DF||Noah Bech Hermansen||20 March 2002||6||0||Fredrikstad|
|18||DF||David Møller Wolfe||23 April 2002||4||0||Brann|
|5||MF||Kaloyan Kalinov Kostadinov||18 July 2002||3||0||Sandnes Ulf|
|6||MF||Sebastian Sørlie Henriksen||31 May 2002||5||0||Viking|
|7||MF||Trygve Solberg Aarstad||1 January 2002||9||0||Vålerenga|
|8||MF||Martin Andersen||4 June 2002||3||0||Sandefjord|
|14||MF||Tobias Hafstad||1 June 2002||3||0||Tromsø|
|16||MF||Mads Fagerli Halsøy||28 March 2002||4||0||Bodø/Glimt|
|20||MF||Martin Palumbo||5 March 2002||3||1||Udinese|
|9||FW||Apipon Tongnoy||7 April 2002||8||0||Lillestrøm|
|10||MF||Herman Geelmuyden||22 January 2002||8||0||Stabæk|
|11||MF||Elias Hoff Melkersen||6 May 2001||6||2||Bodø/Glimt|
|17||FW||Emanuel Kulego||7 June 2002||5||0||Rosenborg|
|19||FW||David Sissoko||14 December 2002||2||1||Molde|
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