List of Rosenborg BK seasons

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Rosenborg (white) playing Chelsea (blue) in a 2007–08 UEFA Champions League match at Lerkendal Stadion

Rosenborg Ballklub is an association football club based in Trondheim, Norway.[1] It is Norway's most successful club,[2] having won the Norwegian Premier League twenty-two times and the Norwegian Football Cup nine times.[1] Although founded in 1917,[3] it was not permitted to play Football Association of Norway-sanctioned matches until 1928 because of restrictions on the number of teams allowed to join the regional football association.[4] It then joined the regional Class B and went through several promotions and relegations until joining the inaugural eleven-conference top-tier League of Norway in 1937–38.[5] After World War II, the club moved between the Third Division and the Regional League (second tier), seeing promotion or relegation more seasons than not. The club reached the Main League in 1960–61, but was subsequently relegated after the 1961–62 season.[6]

After four years at tier two, Rosenborg joined the First Division in 1967 and won the league that season.[7] Since, Rosenborg has only played the 1978 season at the second tier.[8] The First Division was renamed the Norwegian Premier League in 1991.[6] The club entered the cup for the first time in 1932, claiming its first title in 1960.[9] Rosenborg has experienced two golden eras; the first in the 1960s and early 1970s resulted in three league and three cup honors, in addition to an equal number of runner-up positions in both tournaments. The second golden era started with winning the league in 1985 and has resulted in nineteen league and six cup titles.[10] Fourteen league titles were claimed under manager Nils Arne Eggen and sixteen have been won by midfielder Roar Strand.[11] Rosenborg won thirteen consecutive league trophies between 1992 and 2004.[1]

Rosenborg has played 206 matches in 32 seasons in Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) tournaments,[12] starting with the 1965–66 European Cup Winners' Cup. Their only European trophy came when they co-won the 2008 UEFA Intertoto Cup.[13] Rosenborg has entered the UEFA Champions League and its predecessor, the European Cup, twenty times,[12] and reached the group stage eleven times, including eight consecutive seasons from 1995–96 though 2002–03. The best performance is reaching the quarter-finals in 1996–97, where they lost to Juventus.[1] Rosenborg has played 16 seasons in the UEFA Europa League and its predecessors, the UEFA Cup and the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup.[12] The club has also won the 2010 Superfinalen, Norway's defunct two-season super cup,[14] and participated twice in the Royal League.[15][16]

Key[edit]

Champions Runners-up Promoted Relegated Top scorer in Rosenborg's league ♦

Seasons[edit]

The following is a list of Rosenborg BK's seasons since they were permitted to play in Football Association of Norway-sanction matches from the 1928 season. It contains the results of the league, including the division, position and average league attendance; the result in the Norwegian Football Cup; participation in other official tournaments, including promotion and relegation play-offs, Champions League and Europa League; and the top goalscorer for the club in the domestic league and the number of goals he scored.

Rosenborg BK seasons
Season League Cup Other competitions Top goalscorer Ref(s)
Division P W D L GF GA GD Pts Pos Att Other CL EL Name Goals
1928 B 5 5 1 1 13 5 +8 5 1st &
Play-off – Not promoted &
[5]
1929 B 6 6 0 0 25 6 +19 12 1st &
Play-off – Not promoted &
[5]
1930 B 6 5 0 1 46 7 +39 10 2nd &
&
[5]
1931 B ↑ 6 6 0 0 24 6 +18 12 1st &
Play-off – Promoted &
[5]
1932 A ↓ 4 1 0 3 5 18 −13 2 5th &
R1 Play-off – Relegated &
[5][17]
1933 B ↑ 6 6 0 0 20 7 +13 12 1st &
Q2 Play-off – Promoted &
[5][17]
1934 A 8 3 1 4 20 7 +13 7 4th &
R2 &
[5][17]
1935 A 8 3 2 3 15 10 +5 8 2nd &
R1 &
[5][17]
1936 A 8 4 1 3 19 14 +5 9 2nd &
R1 &
[5][17]
1937 A 5 2 0 3 14 11 +3 4 5th &
R4 &
[5][17]
1937–38 LoN 12 4 0 8 22 37 −15 8 7th &
R2 &
[5][17]
1938–39 LoN 12 7 3 2 38 19 +19 17 1st &
R3 Play-off – SF &
[5][17]
1939–40
[note 1]
LoN &
R1 &
[5][17]
1945 A 4 3 1 0 15 1 +14 7 1st &
R1 Play-off – W &
[5][17]
1946–47 RLQ ↓ 18 5 5 8 31 39 −8 15 7th &
R2 &
[5][17]
1947–48 3D 16 13 3 0 75 18 +57 29 1st &
R1 &
[5][17]
1948–49 3D ↑ 14 9 2 3 49 19 +30 20 1st &
R2 &
[5][17]
1949–50 RL 14 6 2 6 23 30 −7 14 5th &
R1 &
[5][17]
1950–51 RL 14 7 2 5 20 19 +1 16 3rd &
R1 &
[5][17]
1951–52 RL ↓ 14 1 2 11 14 42 −28 4 8th &
R1 &
[5][17]
1952–53 3D 12 7 2 3 26 20 +6 16 2nd &
R1 &
[5][17]
1953–54 3D ↑ 12 8 3 1 34 11 +23 19 1st &
Q1 &
[5][17]
1954–55 RL 14 6 1 7 28 24 +4 13 5th &
R2 &
[6][17]
1955–56 RL ↓ 14 3 4 7 15 27 −12 10 6th &
R4 &
[6][17]
1956–57 3D ↑ 14 11 2 1 47 16 +31 24 1st &
R3 &
[6][17]
1957–58 RL ↓ 14 2 1 11 20 35 −15 5 8th &
Q2 &
[6][17]
1958–59 3D ↑ 14 12 1 1 95 8 +87 25 1st &
R2 &
[6][17]
1959–60 RL ↑ 14 10 1 3 43 15 +28 21 1st &
R4 &
[6][17]
1960–61 ML (B) 14 6 4 4 28 28 0 16 3rd &
W &
[6][17]
1961–62 ML 30 13 3 13 55 60 −5 29 9th &
QF (1961)
SF (1962)
&
[6][17]
1963 2D 14 6 4 4 36 23 +13 16 3rd &
R3 &
&
[6][17]
1964 2D 14 6 3 5 22 19 +3 15 3rd &
W &
[6][18]
1965 2D 14 8 3 3 36 20 +16 19 2nd &
R3 Cup Winner's CupR2 &
[6][18][19]
1966 2D ↑ 14 12 1 1 38 11 +27 25 1st &
R4 &
[6][18]
1967 1D 18 9 7 2 40 24 +16 25 1st 11,126 RU Iversen, OddOdd Iversen 17 ♦ [6][18][20]
1968 1D 18 11 2 5 53 29 +24 24 2nd 11,748 SF R1 Iversen, OddOdd Iversen 30 ♦ [6][18][19][20]
1969 1D 18 13 1 4 36 15 +21 27 1st 13,948 QF R1 Iversen, OddOdd Iversen 26 ♦ [6][18][19][20]
1970 1D 18 10 4 4 15 5 +10 24 2nd 7,853 R4 R1 Meirik, ErlingErling Meirik 5 [6][18][19][20]
1971 1D 18 9 6 3 25 11 +14 24 1st 8,434 W R2 Hanssen, ArneArne Hanssen
Wirkola, BjørnBjørn Wirkola
6 [6][18][19][20]
1972 1D 22 6 10 6 22 19 +3 22 4th 6,702 RU R1 Hanssen, ArneArne Hanssen 9 [6][18][19][20]
1973 1D 22 10 7 5 32 18 +14 27 2nd 8,579 RU Iversen, OddOdd Iversen 9 [6][18][20]
1974 1D 22 9 5 8 39 31 +8 23 8th 7,605 R4 R1 Iversen, OddOdd Iversen 11 [6][18][19][20]
1975 1D 22 11 5 6 36 28 +8 27 4th 9,604 SF Iversen, OddOdd Iversen 9 [6][18][20]
1976 1D 22 7 7 8 24 29 −5 21 8th 6,584 R2 Florholmen, MagnarMagnar Florholmen 11 [6][18][20]
1977 1D 22 1 5 16 17 48 −31 7 12th 5,245 R4 Nilssen, SteinarSteinar Nilssen
Kjell Øyasæther
3 [6][18][20]
1978 2D ↑ 18 11 5 2 42 15 +27 27 1st 2,549 QF Eggen, Knut TorbjørnKnut Torbjørn Eggen 10 [6][18][20]
1979 1D 22 9 4 9 31 29 +2 22 6th 9,249 QF Sundmoen, ViggoViggo Sundmoen
Jørgen Sørlie
7 [6][18][20]
1980 1D 22 9 5 8 42 36 +6 23 5th 9,549 R4 Sundmoen, ViggoViggo Sundmoen 11 [6][18][20]
1981 1D 22 9 8 5 35 24 +11 26 3rd 13,068 R4 Iversen, OddOdd Iversen 9 [6][18][20]
1982 1D 22 7 9 6 32 29 +3 23 6th 7,933 R3 Brandhaug, SverreSverre Brandhaug 9 [6][18][20]
1983 1D 22 7 7 8 41 38 +3 21 7th 7,571 R4 Moen, HåvardHåvard Moen 8 [6][18][20]
1984 1D 22 8 7 7 36 37 −1 23 6th 7,371 QF Brandhaug, SverreSverre Brandhaug 13 ♦ [6][18][20]
1985 1D 22 15 3 4 43 33 +10 33 1st 10,323 R4 SorlothGøran Sørloth 12 [6][18][20]
1986 1D 22 8 5 9 28 28 0 21 8th 6,529 SF R2 Brandhaug, SverreSverre Brandhaug 7 [6][18][19][20]
1987 1D 22 8 4 7 33 25 +8 28 4th 5,213 SF Nieuwlaat, AndréAndré Nieuwlaat 9 [6][18][20]
1988 1D 22 14 5 3 33 25 +8 47 1st 12,070 W Brandhaug, SverreSverre Brandhaug 10 [6][18][20]
1989 1D 22 13 5 4 56 29 +27 44 2nd 12,065 QF R1 Jakobsen, MiniMini Jakobsen 18 ♦ [6][18][19][20]
1990 TL 22 13 5 4 60 24 +36 44 1st 11,115 W R1 Jakobsen, MiniMini Jakobsen 17 [6][18][19][20]
1991 TL 22 10 6 6 38 28 +10 36 2nd 11,451 RU R1 Løken, Karl PetterKarl Petter Løken 12 ♦ [6][18][20][21]
1992 TL 22 14 4 4 58 19 +39 46 1st 13,569 W R1 Dahlum, Tore AndréTore André Dahlum 13 [6][18][20][21]
1993 TL 22 14 5 3 47 30 +17 47 1st 11,750 R4 R1 SorlothGøran Sørloth 7 [6][18][20][21]
1994 TL 22 15 4 3 70 23 +47 49 1st 11,061 SF R1 Brattbakk, Harald MartinHarald Martin Brattbakk 17 ♦ [6][18][20][21]
1995 TL 26 19 5 2 78 29 +49 62 1st 10,280 W G Brattbakk, Harald MartinHarald Martin Brattbakk 17 ♦ [6][18][20][21]
1996 TL 26 18 5 3 82 26 +56 59 1st 11,062 R4 QF Brattbakk, Harald MartinHarald Martin Brattbakk 26 ♦ [6][18][20][21]
1997 TL 26 18 7 1 87 20 +67 61 1st 11,338 QF G Rushfeldt, SigurdSigurd Rushfeldt 25 ♦ [6][18][20][21]
1998 TL 26 20 3 3 79 23 +56 63 1st 13,163 RU G Rushfeldt, SigurdSigurd Rushfeldt 27 ♦ [6][18][20][22]
1999 TL 26 18 2 6 79 23 +56 56 1st 13,359 W G2 Rushfeldt, SigurdSigurd Rushfeldt 15 [6][18][20][22]
2000 TL 26 16 6 4 61 26 +35 54 1st 11,944 R3 G R3 Johnsen, FrodeFrode Johnsen 9 [17][18][20][22]
2001 TL 26 17 6 3 71 30 +41 57 1st 12,070 R3 G Johnsen, FrodeFrode Johnsen 17 ♦ [17][18][20][23]
2002 TL 26 17 5 4 57 30 +27 56 1st 14,626 R4 G Brattbakk, Harald MartinHarald Martin Brattbakk 17 ♦ [17][18][20][23]
2003 TL 26 19 4 3 68 28 +40 61 1st 15,825 W Q3 R3 Brattbakk, Harald MartinHarald Martin Brattbakk 17 ♦ [17][18][20][23]
2004 TL 26 14 6 6 52 34 +18 48 1st 17,395 QF Royal LeagueG2 G Johnsen, FrodeFrode Johnsen 19 ♦ [15][17][18][20][23]
2005 TL 26 10 4 12 50 42 +8 34 7th 17,541 R4 G R3 Helstad, ThorsteinThorstein Helstad 19 [17][18][20][23]
2006 TL 26 15 8 3 47 24 +23 53 1st 19,440 SF Royal LeagueG Iversen, SteffenSteffen Iversen 17 [16][17][18][20]
2007 TL 26 12 5 9 53 39 +14 41 5th 19,903 R4 G R3 Iversen, SteffenSteffen Iversen 13 [20][24][25][26]
2008 TL 26 11 6 9 40 34 +6 39 5th 18,957 R2 Intertoto CupCW[note 2] G Iversen, SteffenSteffen Iversen 10 [13][20][24][28]
2009 TL 30 20 9 1 60 22 +38 69 1st 17,635 QF Q2 Prica, RadeRade Prica 17 ♦ [20][24][29]
2010 TL 30 19 11 0 58 24 +34 68 1st 16,911 SF SuperfinalenW PO G Iversen, SteffenSteffen Iversen 14 [14][24][30][31][32]
2011 TL 30 14 7 9 69 44 +25 49 3rd 14,511 QF Q3 PO Prica, RadeRade Prica 16 [33][34][35][36]
2012 TL 30 15 10 5 53 26 +27 55 3rd 13,394 R4 G Prica, RadeRade Prica 11 [37][38][39]
2013 TL 30 18 8 4 50 25 +25 62 2nd 14,806 RU Q2 Chibuike, JohnJohn Chibuike 9 [40][41][42]

Notes[edit]

Notes
  1. ^ The 1939–40 League of Norway was canceled mid-season due to the break-out of World War II
  2. ^ Rosenborg was one of 11 teams to advance to the 2008–09 UEFA Cup by winning all their stages of the 2008 UEFA Intertoto Cup. Braga advanced the furthest in the UEFA Cup and was declared the overall winner.[27]

References[edit]

Footnotes
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  8. ^ Svardal (2007): 138
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