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Maldives 1. Dhivehi Premier League. Mali 1. Premiere Division. Malta 3. Mauritania 1. Super D1. Mauritius 1. Mauritian League. Rosenborg was the first team to introduce a star when they won their 10th title in No club has introduced a star since , when Rosenborg won their 20th league title to put a second star on their badge.
The clubs closest to their first are Fredrikstad with 9 Eliteserien titles and Viking with 8 Eliteserien titles.
The following table is ordered after number of stars followed by number of Eliteserien titles. From to , Eliteserien had title sponsorship rights sold to Norsk Tipping.
Eliteserien has a number of official partners and suppliers. The official ball supplier for the league is Select who on 27 October signed the first ever contract to deliver official balls for Eliteserien.
All matches are aired live on Discovery 's Eurosport , with four matches per week aired live on TVNorge Norway only from until In Balkans, the league is currently aired on Arena Sport.
In the United Kingdom and Ireland matches are aired live on Eurosport. Since the competition format was changed to a one-group top flight in , Eliteserien football has been played in 56 stadiums.
As of the start of the season, Ullevaal Stadion has hosted the most matches in the top flight with Two stadiums that have seen Eliteserien football — have now been demolished.
The combined total capacity of Eliteserien in the season is , with an average capacity of 10, The Eliteserien's record average attendance was set during the season.
This record attendance recorded an average attendance of 10, with a total attendance of just under 2 million. The 2 million mark was crossed after the league extension to sixteen teams.
Managers or head coaches in the Eliteserien are involved in the day-to-day running of the team, including the training, team selection, and player acquisition.
Their influence varies from club-to-club and is related to the structure of the club and the relationship of the manager with fans.
In the season, only one manager or head coach was sacked. In the UEFA coefficient, UEFA 's rankings of European leagues based on their performances in European competitions over a five-year period, the league ranked 27th at the end of the — European season, its lowest ranking since The league's highest ranking, tenth place, came in The winners of the previous calendar year's Eliteserien enter the second qualifying round of the UEFA Champions League , while the cup winners and second placed team enter the second qualifying round of the Europa League.
Norway also had an additional place in the first qualifying round of the Europa League for the — season due to its fair play ranking.
The following data indicates Norwegian coefficient rankings between European football leagues. UEFA association coefficients as of the end of the —20 season, for league participation in the —22 European football season Previous year rank in italics : .
From to , the league consisted of ten teams 90 matches a year. Between and , the league consisted of 12 teams matches a year. The number was raised to 14 teams matches a year in and to 16 teams matches a year in Attendances reached peaks in , , and , and were at their lowest in The record for highest average home attendance for a club was set by Rosenborg in 19, over 13 home matches.
The highest ever average attendance for Eliteserien as a whole was set in with 10, The winners of Eliteserien win two trophies. One small trophy in silver which they keep and one bigger trophy which are held only by reigning champions.
The ribbons that drape the handles are presented in the team colours of the league champions that year. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
For other leagues named Eliteserien, see Eliteserien disambiguation. Not to be confused with Elitserien. Main article: Norwegian football clubs in European competitions.
Sarpsborg These two clubs participated in the Norwegian top flight in and , respectively. Main article: List of Norwegian football league champions.
Eliteserien title holders. Main article: List of Eliteserien venues. See also: UEFA coefficient. Country ranking UEFA association coefficients as of the end of the —20 season, for league participation in the —22 European football season Previous year rank in italics :  Haugesund 4.
Brann 4. Sarpsborg 08 4. Main article: List of Eliteserien players. See also: Eliteserien records and statistics and List of Eliteserien top scorers.
Main article: List of foreign Eliteserien players. Association football portal Norway portal. Retrieved 1 January On 12 June, the NFF announced that spectators would be allowed to attend the games.
Sixteen teams compete in the league — the top thirteen teams from the previous season, and three teams promoted from 1. The promoted teams were Aalesund after an absence of two years , Sandefjord and Start both returning to the top flight after one season's absence.
Due to COVID restrictions only people were allowed in each match at the beginning of the season. Updated to games played on 28 June Source: nifs.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Sarpsborg Main article: List of Norwegian football transfers winter — Main article: List of Norwegian football transfers summer Updated to match es played on 7 December Source: Football Association of Norway in Norwegian Rules for classification: 1 Points; 2 Goal difference; 3 Goals scored; 4 Head-to-head points; 5 Head-to-head goal difference; 6 Head-to-head away goals scored only if between two teams ; 7 Head-to-head goals scored; 8 Play-off only used to decide champions or relegation.
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