2005 in Norwegian football

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Results from Norwegian football in 2005.

Norwegian Premier League (Tippeligaen)[edit]

Vålerenga won the 2005 Premier League, while Aalesunds FK and FK Bodø/Glimt were relegated. Molde FK had to play two qualification matches against number Moss in the first division (for the last spot in next year's season. Molde won the qualification matches.

The greatest surprises of the 2005 season were the great performance of IK Start, promoted to the Premier League in the 2004 season and ended up winning silver, and the disappointing performance of Rosenborg BK which fought against relegation from the Premier League after winning it for 13 straight seasons.

The season ended on a sad note as Fredrikstad's Dagfinn Enerly got a serious neck injury in the last round match against Start.

First division (Adeccoligaen)[edit]

See Adeccoligaen 2005

National Cup[edit]

Final[edit]

Molde beat Lillestrøm 4-2 (aet) in a game held November 6 at Ullevaal Stadion.

Round of 16 to Final[edit]

Round of 16 Quarter-Finals Semi-Finals Final
                       
1 Bodø/Glimt 1
1 Molde 2
1 Molde 2
1 Odd Grenland 1
1 Odd Grenland 6
2 Alta IF 0
1 Molde 1
2 Hønefoss 0
1 Rosenborg 1
2 Hønefoss 2
2 Hønefoss 4
1 Ham-Kam 0
1 Ham-Kam 2
2 Bryne FK 0
1 Molde (aet) 2(4)
1 Lillestrøm 2(2)
1 Viking 0
1 Lillestrøm 2
1 Lillestrøm 3
2 Stabæk 1
1 Stabæk 4
1 Fredrikstad 2
1 Lillestrøm 2
1 Vålerenga 0
1 Start 1(2)
1 Vålerenga (aet) 1(3)
1 Vålerenga 2
1 Brann 1
1 Brann 3
1 Aalesund 2

European Cups 2005/06[edit]

Rosenborg (UEFA Champions League)

Brann (UEFA Cup)

Tromsø (UEFA Cup)

Viking (UEFA Cup)

Vålerenga (UEFA Cup)

Toppserien (Women's Premier Division)[edit]

Main article: Toppserien 2005

Kolbotn won the league in front of Team Strømmen and Fløya. Liungen and Kattem were relegated.

Women's First Division[edit]

Arna-Bjørnar and Amazon Grimstad were promoted to Toppserien.

Women European Cup 2004/05[edit]

National team[edit]

Date Venue Opponent Res.* Comp. Norwegian goalscorers
January 22 Kuwait National Stadium, Kuwait City  Kuwait 1-1 F Raymond Kvisvik
January 25 Bahrain National Stadium, Manama  Bahrain 1-0 F Raymond Kvisvik
January 28 Amman stadium, Amman  Jordan 0-0 F  
February 9 Ta'Qali Stadium, Valletta  Malta 3-0 F Sigurd Rushfeldt (2), John Arne Riise
March 30 Stadionul Republican, Chişinău  Moldova 0-0 WCQ5
April 20 A. le Coq Arena, Tallinn  Estonia 2-1 F Frode Johnsen, Daniel Braaten
May 24 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo  Costa Rica 1-0 F Frode Johnsen
June 4 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo  Italy 0-0 WCQ5
June 8 Råsunda Stadium, Solna  Sweden 3-2 F Eddie Gustafsson (og) Thorstein Helstad, Steffen Iversen
August 17 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo  Switzerland 0-2 F
September 3 Arena Petrol, Celje  Slovenia 3-2 WCQ5 John Carew, Claus Lundekvam, Morten Gamst Pedersen
September 7 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo  Scotland 0-2 WCQ5
October 8 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo  Moldova 1-0 WCQ5 Sigurd Rushfeldt
October 12 Dinamo Stadion, Minsk  Belarus 1-0 WCQ5 Thorstein Helstad
November 12 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo  Czech Republic 0-1 WCQP
November 16 Toyota Arena, Prague  Czech Republic 0-1 WCQP

* Norway's goals first

Explanation:

  • og = own goal
  • F= Friendly
  • WCQ5 = World Cup 2006 qualifier, European zone, group 5
  • WCQP = World Cup 2006 qualifier, European zone, playoff