2003 in Norwegian football

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Results from Norwegian football in 2003.

Norwegian Premier League[edit]

Pl: Place |G: Games played| W: Games won| D: Games draw| L: Games lost| P: Points|

Pl Team G W D L Goals P
1 Rosenborg 26 19 4 3 68-28 61 UEFA Champions League
2 Bodø/Glimt 26 14 5 7 45-30 47 UEFA Cup (Cup loser)
3 Stabæk 26 11 9 6 51-35 42 UEFA Cup
4 Odd Grenland 26 11 5 10 46-43 38 UEFA Cup
5 Viking 26 9 10 7 46-34 37
6 Brann 26 10 7 9 45-47 37
7 Lillestrøm 26 10 7 9 33-35 37
8 Sogndal 26 9 8 9 43-46 35
9 Molde 26 9 4 13 32-41 31
10 Lyn 26 8 6 12 34-45 30
11 Tromsø 26 8 5 13 30-52 29
12 Vålerenga 26 6 10 10 30-33 28 (Play-off)
13 Aalesund 26 7 7 12 30-43 28 (Relegated)
14 Bryne 26 7 1 18 35-56 22 (Relegated)

Play off[edit]

November 10: Sandefjord - Vålerenga 0-0

November 22: Vålerenga - Sandefjord 5-3 (agg. 5-3)

Vålerenga stay up.

Top scorers[edit]

17 goals: Harald Martin Brattbakk, Rosenborg

15 goals: Frode Johnsen, Rosenborg

13 goals: Håvard Flo, Sogndal

11 goals: Magne Hoseth, Molde

Erik Nevland, Viking

10 goals: Edwin van Ankeren, Odd Grenland

Thomas Finstad, Stabæk

Norwegian First Division[edit]

Pl: Place |G: Games played| W: Games won| D: Games draw| L: Games lost| P: Points|

Pl Team G W D L Goals P
1 Hamarkameratene 30 19 6 5 60-29 63 (Promoted)
2 Fredrikstad 30 19 5 6 68-37 62 (Promoted)
3 Sandefjord 30 19 4 7 71-41 61 (Play-off)
4 Raufoss 30 17 5 8 75-47 56
5 Hønefoss BK 30 16 7 7 55-41 55
6 Haugesund 30 13 10 7 53-42 49
7 Mandalskameratene 30 14 7 9 57-51 49
8 Skeid 30 13 6 11 46-47 45
9 Start 30 12 4 14 53-50 40
10 Strømsgodset 30 10 7 13 56-58 37
11 Hødd 30 9 8 13 51-54 35
12 Moss 30 8 11 11 34-39 35
13 Bærum 30 7 6 17 34-58 27 (Relegated)
14 Oslo Øst 30 5 7 18 36-67 20 (Relegated) 1)
15 Ørn-Horten 30 5 5 20 40-83 20 (Relegated)
16 Alta 30 3 4 23 31-76 13 (Relegated)

1): Oslo Øst 2 points deducted for financial irregularities.

National Cup[edit]

European Cups 2003/04[edit]

Norwegian representatives[edit]

Champions League[edit]

Second preliminary round[edit]

July 30: Bohemians Dublin (Ireland) - Rosenborg 0-1

August 6: Rosenborg - Bohemians Dublin 4-0 (agg. 5-0)

Third preliminary round[edit]

August 13: Rosenborg - Deportivo La Coruna (Spain) 0-0

August 26: Deportivo La Coruna - Rosenborg 1-0 (agg. 1-0)

UEFA Cup[edit]

Preliminary round[edit]

August 14: Molde - KI Klaksvik (Faroe Islands) 2-0

NSI Runavik (Faroe Islands) - Lyn 1-3

August 28: KI Klaksvik - Molde 0-4 (agg. 0-6)

Lyn - NSI Runavik 6-0 (agg. 9-1)

First round[edit]

September 24: Leiria (Portugal) - Molde 1-0

PAOK Saloniki (Greece) - Lyn 0-1
Ventspils (Latvia) - Rosenborg 1-4
Vålerenga - Grazer AK (Austria) 0-0

October 15: Grazer AK - Vålerenga 1-1 (agg. 1-1, Vålerenga on away goals)

Lyn - PAOK Saloniki 0-3 (agg. 1-3)
Molde - Leiria 3-1 (agg. 3-2)
Rosenborg - Ventspils 6-0 (agg. 10-1)

Second round[edit]

October 29: Rosenborg - Crvena Zvezda (Serbia and Montenegro) 0-0

November 6: Benfica (Portugal) - Molde 3-1

Vålerenga - Wisla Krakow (Poland) 0-0

November 27: Crvena Zvezda - Rosenborg 0-1 (agg. 0-1)

Molde - Benfica 0-2 (agg. 1-5)
Wisla Kraków - Vålerenga 0-0 asget (agg. 0-0, 3-4 on penalties)

Third round[edit]

February 26: Benfica (Portugal) - Rosenborg 1-0

Vålerenga - Newcastle (England) 1-1

March 3: Newcastle - Vålerenga 3-1 (agg. 4-2)

Rosenborg - Benfica 2-1 (agg. 2-2, Benfica on away goals)

Intertoto Cup[edit]

No Norwegian representative this season.

Toppserien[edit]

Main article: 2003 Toppserien
1. Trondheims/Ørn 18 15 2 1 53- 7 47 UEFA Cup
2. Kolbotn 18 13 0 5 63-28 39
3. Asker 18 12 3 3 54-20 39
4. Røa 18 7 6 5 23-27 27
5. Fløya 18 8 1 9 28-40 25
6. Arna-Bjørnar 18 6 4 8 43-48 22
7. Team Strømmen 18 6 2 10 33-47 20
8. Klepp 18 3 8 7 25-36 17
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9. Liungen 18 5 2 11 32-45 17 Relegated
10.Larvik 18 0 2 16 14-70 2 Relegated

Women First Division[edit]

1. Sandviken 18 15 2 1 73-16 47 Promoted
2. Medkila 18 13 3 2 57-27 42 Promoted
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3. Amazon Grimstad 18 11 2 5 49-29 35
4. Skeid 18 11 1 6 50-26 34
5. Byåsen 18 9 1 8 43-52 28
6. Fortuna 18 7 4 7 32-29 25
7. Kattem 18 5 3 10 27-40 18
8. Haugar 18 4 1 13 18-52 13
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9. Vålerenga 18 3 1 14 20-61 10 Relegated
10.Nittedal 18 2 2 14 14-51 8 Relegated

Women European Cup 2003/04[edit]

Norwegian representatives[edit]

Women UEFA Cup, Group 6[edit]

(in Kolbotn)

August 21: Kolbotn - Wroclaw (Poland) 15-2
August 23: Kolbotn - UCD (Ireland) 8-0
August 25: Kolbotn - Juvisy (France) 2-1

Final Table, UEFA Cup Group 6[edit]

1. Kolbotn IL 3 3 0 0 25- 3 9
2. FCF Juvisy 3 2 0 1 10- 3 6
3. KS AZS Wroclaw 3 1 0 2 5-18 3
4. University College Dublin 3 0 0 3 1-17 0

Quarterfinal[edit]

November 22: Malmø FF (Sweden) - Kolbotn 2-0
November 30: Kolbotn - Malmø FF 1-0 (agg. 1-2)

National team[edit]

Men[edit]

January 26, 2003
Friendly
United Arab Emirates  1–1  Norway
Srour 63' Helstad 72'
Sharjah Stadium, Abu Dhabi
Attendance: 800
Referee: Mohamed Omar (UAE)


January 28, 2003
Friendly
Oman  1–2  Norway
Shaaban 50' Karadaş 63'
Rushfeldt 82'
Police Stadium, Muscat
Attendance: 500
Referee: Al-Ajmi (OMA)
Oman fielded its U23-team (Olympic Team)


February 12, 2003
Friendly
Greece  1–0  Norway
Kyrgiakos 25'
Theodoros Vardinogiannis Stadium, Heraklion
Attendance: 8.000
Referee: Gomes Costa (POR)


April 2, 2003
ECQ (Group 2)
Luxembourg  0–2  Norway
Rushfeldt 58'
Solskjær 73'
Stade Josy Barthel, Luxembourg
Attendance: 3.000
Referee: Dobrinov (BUL)


April 30, 2003
Friendly
Republic of Ireland  1–0  Norway
Duff 17'
Landsdowne Road, Dublin
Attendance: 32.643
Referee: McCurry (SCO)


May 22, 2003
Friendly
Norway  2–0  Finland
Leonhardsen 22'
T.A. Flo 80'
Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo
Attendance: 13.436
Referee: Clark (SCO)


June 7, 2003
ECQ (Group 2)
Denmark  1–0  Norway
Grønkjær 5'
Parken, Copenhagen
Attendance: 41.824
Referee: Poll (ENG)


June 11, 2003
ECQ (Group 2)
Norway  1–1  Romania
Solskjær 78' (pen) Ganea 64'
Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo
Attendance: 24.890
Referee: Michel (SVK)


August 20, 2003
Friendly
Norway  0–0  Scotland
Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo
Attendance: 12.758
Referee: Vuorela (FIN)


September 6, 2003
ECQ (Group 2)
Bosnia-Herzegovina  1–0  Norway
Bajramovic 86'
Bilino Polje, Zenica
Attendance: 18.000
Referee: Bre (FRA)


September 10, 2003
Friendly
Norway  0–1  Portugal
Pauleta 9'
Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo
Attendance: 11.014
Referee: Bennett (ENG)


September 6, 2003
ECQ (Group 2)
Norway  1–0  Luxembourg
T.A. Flo 19'
Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo
Attendance: 22.255
Referee: Szabo (HUN)


November 15, 2003
ECQ (Play-Off)
Spain  2–1  Norway
Raúl 21'
H. Berg 85' (own goal)
Report Iversen 15'
Estadio Mestalla, Valencia
Attendance: 53.000
Referee: Poll (ENG)


November 19, 2003
ECQ (Play-Off)
Norway  0–3  Spain
Report Raúl 34'
Vicente 49'
Etxeberria 57'
Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo
Attendance: 25.100
Referee: Collina (ITA)
Spain won 5-1 on aggregate and qualify for EURO 2004

Women[edit]

January 23: NorwayUSA 1-3, friendly

January 26: NorwayGermany 2-2, friendly

January 29: ChinaNorway 1-1, friendly

February 17: NorwayDenmark 3-3, friendly

February 20: NorwayDenmark 4-0, friendly

March 14: SwedenNorway 1-1, friendly

March 16: NorwayUSA 0-1, friendly

March 18: NorwayCanada 1-0, friendly

March 20: NorwayFrance 1-0, friendly

May 11: NorwayBelgium 6-0, European Championship qualifier

May 15: NorwayNetherlands 2-0, European Championship qualifier

August 2: NorwayNigeria 3-2, friendly

September 11: NorwayDenmark 1-1, European Championship qualifier

September 20: NorwayFrance 2-0, World Cup 1st round

September 24: NorwayBrazil 1-4, World Cup 1st round

September 27: South KoreaNorway 1-7, World Cup 1st round

October 1: USANorway 1-0, World Cup quarterfinal

November 1: SpainNorway 0-2, European Championship qualifier