Norway Eliteserien

Norway Eliteserien

The Eliteserien was founded in 1937 and the country in which all domestic games are played is Norway, the confederation for this league is UEFA and in total there are 16 individual football teams playing in that league, which is the number one level on the pyramid of leagues.

If any teams get knocked out of this league they are then relegated to the OBOS-ligaen and the domestic cups they will all be playing for include the Norwegian Cup and the Mesterfinalen. Teams in this league will also be able to play, if they qualify, for international cups including the Champions League and the UEFA Europa League.

The current champions at the time of compiling this guide are Rosenborg and that is the 25th title they have won, and it is Rosenborg that have won the most titles that being a total of 25 times.

If you do want to find out any additional information on this football league, then simply pay a visit to the Eliteserien website as you will find plenty of information on team news and the current placings and all up and coming fixtures in that league.

Clubs That Make Up the Norway Eliteserien

In this section of my guide on the Eliteserien League I will be looking at the clubs that make up this league and will allow let you know their finishing positions in the last season that being 2017-18 and will also let you know the first season they were promoted to this top tier league too.

Brann finished 5th last season and it was in the 1937–38 season that they were first promoted into this league, their current spiel in this league started in 2016.

Bodø/Glimt finished 1st last season and it was in the 1977 season that they were first promoted into this league, their current spiel in this league started in 2018.

Haugesund finished 10th last season and it was in the 1997 season that they were first promoted into this league, their current spiel in this league started in 2010.

Kristiansund finished 7th last season and it was in the 2017 season that they were first promoted into this league, their current spiel in this league started in 2017.

Lillestrøm finished 12th last season and it was in the 1937–38 season that they were first promoted into this league, their current spiel in this league started in 1975.

Molde finished 2nd last season and it was in the 1939–40 season that they were first promoted into this league, their current spiel in this league started in 2008.

Odd finished 6th last season and it was in the 1937–38 season that they were first promoted into this league, their current spiel in this league started in 2009.

Ranheim finished 4th last season and it was in the 1937–38 season that they were first promoted into this league, their current spiel in this league started in 2018.

Rosenborg finished 1st last season and it was in the 1937–38 season that they were first promoted into this league, their current spiel in this league started in 1979.

Sandefjord finished 13th last season and it was in the 2006 season that they were first promoted into this league, their current spiel in this league started in 2017.

Sarpsborg finished 3rd last season and it was in the 2011 season that they were first promoted into this league, their current spiel in this league started in 2013.

Start finished 2nd last season and it was in the 1969 season that they were first promoted into this league, their current spiel in this league started in 2018.

Stabæk finished 9th last season and it was in the 1995 season that they were first promoted into this league, their current spiel in this league started in 2014.

Strømsgodset finished 4th last season and it was in the 1938–39 season that they were first promoted into this league, their current spiel in this league started in 2007.

Tromsø finished 11th last season and it was in the 1985 season that they were first promoted into this league, their current spiel in this league started in 2015.

Vålerenga finished 8th last season and it was in the 1937–38 season that they were first promoted into this league, their current spiel in this league started in 2002.

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