|Association|| Football Association of Norway |
|Head coach||Pål Arne Johansen|
|Most caps||Lars Hjorth (21)|
|Top scorer||Sven Otto Birkeland (12)|
| Honduras 0–12 Norway |
(Lublin, Poland; 30 May 2019)
The Norway national under-19 football team, controlled by the Football Association of Norway, is the national football team of Norway for players of 19 years of age or under at the start of a UEFA European Under-19 Football Championship campaign.
|1977||Did not qualify|
|1991||Did not qualify|
|1995||Did not qualify|
|2004||Did not qualify|
|2006||Did not qualify|
|2007||Did not qualify|
|2008||Did not qualify|
|2009||Did not qualify|
|2010||Did not qualify|
|2011||Did not qualify|
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|2017||Did not qualify|
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club|
|1||GK||Håvard Hetle||5 February 2003||2||0||Florø|
|2||DF||Leander-Nikolai Høyvik||8 December 2003||2||0||Florø|
|3||DF||Max Williamsen||24 July 2003||2||0||Kristiansund|
|4||DF||Leo Fuhr Hjelde||26 August 2003||2||1||Celtic|
|13||DF||Isak Kjelsrud Vik||22 January 2003||0||0||Tromsø|
|14||DF||August Frobenius||29 September 2003||2||0||Sporting CP|
|15||DF||Iver Skorve||12 December 2003||1||0||Sogndal|
|22||DF||Brynjar Johnsplass||30 December 2003||2||1||Bodø/Glimt|
|6||MF||Henrik Falchener||8 May 2003||2||0||Sandefjord|
|7||MF||Peder Meen Johansen||27 August 2003||2||0||Sandefjord|
|8||MF||Fredrik Malt Arnstad||19 October 1997||1||0||Kolstad|
|11||MF||Uranik Seferi||19 April 2003||1||0||Lillestrøm|
|16||MF||Mathias Johnsrud Emilsen||8 June 2003||2||0||Vålerenga|
|17||MF||Leo Bech Hermansen||28 July 2003||0||0||Sarpsborg 08|
|20||MF||Isak Hansen-Aarøen||22 August 2004||2||0||Manchester United|
|5||FW||Paweł Chrupałła||16 March 2003||2||0||Rosenborg|
|9||FW||Bryan Fiabema||16 February 2003||2||0||Chelsea|
|10||FW||Oscar Bobb||12 July 2003||2||0||Manchester City|
|18||FW||Martin Tornes Kjørsvik||17 January 2003||0||0||Molde|
|19||FW||Andreas Endresen||21 January 2003||1||0||Haugesund|
|21||FW||Simen Kvia-Egeskog||26 May 2003||1||0||Viking|
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