Norwegian football clubs in European football

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Norwegian football teams have entered Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) club competitions every season since 1960. Nineteen clubs have represented Norway in four official tournaments: Champions League (originally the European Cup), Europa League (originally the UEFA Cup), the Cup Winners' Cup and the Intertoto Cup, the latter two which are now defunct. Rosenborg has participated in 30 seasons, more than any other Norwegian team, while Fyllingen, Gjøvik-Lyn, Haugar and Kongsvinger have only participated once each. No Norwegian teams have ever advanced past the quarter-finals of any tournament, with Rosenborg, Lyn, Brann and Vålerenga having reached one quarter-final each.

Fredrikstad made Norway's debut by winning over Ajax in the 1960–61 European Cup. They would represent Norway for the first three seasons until Lyn took the place in 1963–64. The same year Gjøvik-Lyn debuted for Norway in the Cup Winners' Cup. Rosenborg made Norway's debut in the UEFA Cup in 1971. In 93 entries between 1960 and 1992, Norwegian clubs only succeeded at advancing past the first fixture sixteen times, and only once past the second, when Lyn reached the 1968–69 European Cup Winners' Cup quarter-finals. From 1993 Norwegian clubs started advancing past the first rounds more regularly. Rosenborg reached the group state of the 1995–96 UEFA Champions League and would qualify for that level eight consecutive times and eleven in total. The following season Rosenborg reached the quarter-finals, the same season as Brann reached the quarter-finals of the Cup Winners' Cup. Vålerenga would match the feat in the 1998–99 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup. The following year Molde qualified to bring two teams to the group state of the 1999–2000 UEFA Champions League. The 2005–06 season saw Rosenborg play in the Champions League group stage and both Viking and Tromsø play in the UEFA Cup group state. Rosenborg is the only team qualify for the UEFA Cup by winning all its matches in the Intertoto Cup, an achievement they completed in 2008.

Werder Bremen has eliminated Norwegian teams a record all of the five attempts. Linfield has played Norwegian teams a record seven times, with the team being eliminated a record five times. Viking holds a Norwegian record 18–0 victory Principat from 1999, while Leeds United served a Norwegian record 0–16 defeat for Lyn in 1969.

Results[edit]

Season Tournament Club Eliminated by Score Round Eliminated team(s) Ref(s)
1960–61 European Cup Fredrikstad Denmark AGF Aarhus 0–4 R1 Netherlands Ajax (4–3) [1]
1961–62 European Cup Fredrikstad Belgium Standard Liège 0–4 PR [2]
1962–63 European Cup Fredrikstad Hungary Vasas 1–11 PR [3]
1963–64 European Cup Lyn Germany Borussia Dortmund 3–7 PR [4]
1963–64 Cup Winners' Cup Gjøvik-Lyn Cyprus APOEL 0–7 PR [5]
1964–65 European Cup Lyn Netherlands Amsterdam 1–8 R1 Finland Reipas Lahti (4–2) [6]
1964–65 Cup Winners' Cup Skeid Finland Haka 1–2 PR [7]
1965–66 European Cup Lyn Northern Ireland Derry City 6–8 PR [8]
1965–66 Cup Winners' Cup Rosenborg Soviet Union Dynamo Kyiv 1–6 R1 Iceland KR Reykjavík (6–1) [9][10]
1966–67 European Cup Vålerenga Northern Ireland Linfield 2–5 R2 Albania KF Tirana (wo) [11]
1966–67 Cup Winners' Cup Skeid Spain Real Zaragoza 4–5 R1 [12]
1967–68 European Cup Skeid Czechoslovakia Sparta Prague 1–2 R1 [13]
1967–68 Cup Winners' Cup Fredrikstad Portugal Vitória 2–7 R1 [14]
1968–69 European Cup Rosenborg Austria Rapid Wien 4–6 R1 [15]
1968–69 Cup Winners' Cup Lyn Spain Barcelona 4–5 QF Turkey Altay (5–4), Sweden Norrköping (4–3) [16][17][18]
1969–70 European Cup Lyn England Leeds United 0–16 R1 [19]
1969–70 Cup Winners' Cup Mjøndalen Wales Cardiff 2–12 R1 [20]
1970–71 European Cup Rosenborg Belgium Standard Liège 0–7 R1 [21]
1970–71 Cup Winners' Cup Strømsgodset France Nantes 3–7 R1 [22]
1971–72 European Cup Strømsgodset England Arsenal 1–7 R1 [23]
1971–72 Cup Winners' Cup Lyn Portugal Sporting 0–7 R1 [24]
1971–72 UEFA Cup Rosenborg Belgium Lierse 4–4 (ag) R2 Finland HJK Helsinki (4–0) [25]
1972–73 European Cup Rosenborg Scotland Celtic 2–5 R1 [26]
1972–73 Cup Winners' Cup Fredrikstad Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Hajduk Split 0–2 R1 [27]
1972–73 UEFA Cup Viking Germany Köln 2–10 R2 Iceland Vestmannaeyja (1–0) [28]
1972–73 UEFA Cup Lyn England Tottenham Hotspur 3–12 R1 [29]
1973–74 European Cup Viking Czechoslovakia Spartak Trnava 1–3 R1 [30]
1973–74 Cup Winners' Cup Brann Northern Ireland Glentoran 0–2 R2 Malta Gżira (9–0) [31][32]
1973–74 UEFA Cup Fredrikstad Soviet Union Dynamo Kyiv 0–5 R1 [33]
1973–74 UEFA Cup Strømsgodset England Leeds 2–7 R1 [34]
1974–75 European Cup Viking Soviet Union Ararat Yerevan 2–6 R1 [35]
1974–75 Cup Winners' Cup Strømsgodset England Liverpool 0–12 R1 [36]
1974–75 UEFA Cup Rosenborg Scotland Hibernian 3–12 R1 [37]
1974–75 UEFA Cup Start Sweden Djurgården 1–7 R1 [38]
1975–76 European Cup Viking Belgium Molenbeek 2–4 R1 [39]
1975–76 Cup Winners' Cup Skeid Poland Stal Rzeszów 0–12 R1 [40]
1975–76 UEFA Cup Molde Sweden Öster 1–6 R1 [41]
1975–76 UEFA Cup Vålerenga Republic of Ireland Athlone 2–4 R1 [42]
1976–77 European Cup Viking Czechoslovakia Baník Ostrava 2–3 R1 [43]
1976–77 Cup Winners' Cup Bodø/Glimt Italy Napoli 0–3 R1 [44]
1976–77 UEFA Cup Brann England Queens Park Rangers 1–11 R1 [45]
1976–77 UEFA Cup Start Austria Wacker Innsbruck 1–7 R1 [46]
1977–78 Cup Winners' Cup Brann Netherlands Twente 1–4 R2 Iceland Akranes (5–0) [47][48]
1977–78 European Cup Lillestrøm Netherlands Ajax 2–4 R1 [49]
1977–78 UEFA Cup Start Germany Braunschweig 1–4 R2 Iceland Fram (8–0) [50]
1977–78 UEFA Cup Mjøndalen Germany Bayern Munich 0–12 R1 [51]
1978–79 European Cup Lillestrøm Austria Austria Wien 1–4 R2 Northern Ireland Linfield (1–0) [52]
1978–79 Cup Winners' Cup Bodø/Glimt Italy Internazionale 1–7 R2 Luxembourg Union Luxembourg (4–2) [53][54]
1978–79 UEFA Cup Molde Soviet Union Torpedo Moscow 3–7 R1 [55]
1978–79 UEFA Cup Start Denmark Esbjerg 0–1 R1 [56]
1979–80 European Cup Start France Strasbourg 1–6 R1 [57]
1979–80 Cup Winners' Cup Lillestrøm Scotland Rangers 0–3 PR [58]
1979–80 UEFA Cup Skeid England Ipswich 1–10 R1 [59]
1979–80 UEFA Cup Viking Germany Borussia Mönchengladbach 1–4 R1 [60]
1980–81 European Cup Viking Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade 3–7 R1 [61]
1980–81 Cup Winners' Cup Haugar Wales Newport 0–6 R2 Switzerland Sion (3–1) [62][63]
1980–81 UEFA Cup Moss East Germany Magdeburg 3–5 R1 [64]
1981–82 European Cup Start Netherlands AZ 1–4 R1 [65]
1981–82 Cup Winners' Cup Vålerenga Poland Legia Warsaw 3–6 R1 [66]
1981–82 UEFA Cup Bryne Belgium Winterslag 2–3 R1 [67]
1982–83 European Cup Vålerenga Romania Dinamo București 3–4 PR [68]
1982–83 Cup Winners' Cup Lillestrøm Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade 0–7 R1 [69]
1982–83 UEFA Cup Viking Scotland Dundee United 1–3 R2 East Germany Lokomotive Leipzig (3–3) [70]
1983–84 European Cup Viking Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan 1–5 R1 [71]
1983–84 Cup Winners' Cup Brann Netherlands NEC Nijmegen 1–2 R1 [72]
1983–84 UEFA Cup Bryne Belgium Anderlecht 1–4 R1 [73]
1984–85 European Cup Vålerenga Czechoslovakia Sparta Prague 0–4 R1 [74]
1984–85 Cup Winners' Cup Moss Germany Bayern Munich 2–6 R1 [75]
1984–85 UEFA Cup Lillestrøm East Germany Lokomotive Leipzig 3–7 R1 [76]
1985–86 European Cup Vålerenga Soviet Union Zenit Leningrad 0–4 R1 [77]
1985–86 Cup Winners' Cup Fredrikstad Wales Bangor City 1–1 (ag) R1 [78]
1985–86 UEFA Cup Viking Poland Legia Warsaw 1–4 R1 [79]
1986–87 European Cup Rosenborg Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade 1–7 R2 Northern Ireland Linfield (2–1) [80]
1986–87 Cup Winners' Cup Lillestrøm Portugal Benfica 1–4 R1 [81]
1986–87 UEFA Cup Vålerenga Belgium Beveren 1–4 R1 [82]
1987–88 European Cup Lillestrøm France Bordeaux 0–1 R2 Northern Ireland Linfield (5–3) [83]
1987–88 Cup Winners' Cup Tromsø Scotland St. Mirren 0–1 R1 [84]
1987–88 UEFA Cup Mjøndalen Germany Werder Bremen 1–5 R1 [85]
1988–89 European Cup Moss Spain Real Madrid 0–4 R1 [86]
1988–89 Cup Winners' Cup Bryne Hungary Békéscsaba 2–4 PR [87]
1988–89 UEFA Cup Molde Belgium Waregem 1–5 R1 [88]
1989–90 European Cup Rosenborg Belgium Mechelen 0–5 R1 [89]
1989–90 Cup Winners' Cup Brann Italy Sampdoria 0–3 R1 [90]
1989–90 UEFA Cup Lillestrøm Germany Werder Bremen 1–5 R1 [91]
1990–91 European Cup Lillestrøm Belgium Club Brugge 1–3 R1 [92]
1990–91 Cup Winners' Cup Viking Belgium Liège 0–5 R1 [93]
1990–91 UEFA Cup Rosenborg Soviet Union Chornomorets Odesa 3–4 R1 [94]
1991–92 European Cup Rosenborg Italy Sampdoria 1–7 R1 [95]
1991–92 Cup Winners' Cup Fyllingen Spain Atlético Madrid 2–8 R1 [96]
1991–92 UEFA Cup Tromsø Austria Wacker Innsbruck 2–3 R1 [97]
1992–93 Champions League Viking Spain Barcelona 0–1 R1 [98]
1992–93 Cup Winners' Cup Strømsgodset Israel Hapoel Petah Tikva 0–4 PR [99]
1992–93 UEFA Cup Rosenborg Russia Dynamo Moscow 3–5 R1 [100]
1993–94 Champions League Rosenborg Austria Austria Wien 4–5 R1 Luxembourg Avenir Beggen (3–0) [101]
1993–94 Cup Winners' Cup Lillestrøm Italy Torino 2–3 R1 Estonia Nikol Tallinn (8–1) [102][103]
1993–94 UEFA Cup Kongsvinger Italy Juventus 1–3 R2 Sweden Öster (7–2) [104]
1994–95 Cup Winners' Cup Bodø/Glimt Italy Sampdoria 3–4 R1 Latvia Olimpija Rīga (6–0) [105][106]
1994–95 UEFA Cup Lillestrøm France Bordeaux 1–5 R2 Ukraine Shakhtar Donetsk (4–3) [107]
1994–95 UEFA Cup Rosenborg Spain Deportivo de La Coruña 2–4 (aet) R2 Luxembourg Grevenmacher (8–1) [108]
1995–96 Champions League Rosenborg Russia Spartak Moscow, Poland Legia Warszawa, England Blackburn Rovers GS Turkey Beşiktaş (4–3) [109]
1995–96 Cup Winners' Cup Molde France Paris Saint-Germain 2–6 R1 Belarus Dinamo-93 Minsk (3–2) [110][111]
1995–96 UEFA Cup Lillestrøm Denmark Brøndby 0–3 R2 Estonia Flora (4–1) [112]
1995–96 UEFA Cup Viking France Auxerre 1–2 R2 Finland Tampereen Pallo-Veikot (7–1) [113]
1996–97 Champions League Rosenborg Italy Juventus 1–3 QF Greece Panathinaikos (3–1, aet), Portugal Porto, Italy Milan, Sweden IFK Göteborg [114]
1996–97 Cup Winners' Cup Brann England Liverpool 1–4 QF Republic of Ireland Shelbourne (5–2), Belgium Cercle Brugge (3–6), Netherlands PSV Eindhoven (4–3) [115][116][117][118]
1996–97 UEFA Cup Bodø/Glimt Turkey Trabzonspor 2–5 R1 Israel Beitar Jerusalem (7–2) [119]
1996–97 UEFA Cup Molde Georgia (country) Dinamo Tbilisi 1–2 Q2 [120]
1997–98 Champions League Rosenborg Spain Real Madrid, Greece Olympiacos, Portugal Porto GS Hungary MTK (4–1) [121]
1997–98 Cup Winners' Cup Tromsø England Chelsea 4–9 R2 Croatia Zagreb (6–5 aet) [122][123]
1997–98 UEFA Cup Lillestrøm Netherlands Twente 2–2 (ag) R1 Belarus Dinamo Minsk (3–0) [124]
1997–98 UEFA Cup Brann Switzerland Grasshopper 2–3 Q2 Bulgaria Naftex Burgas (4–4) [125]
1997–98 UEFA Cup Viking Switzerland Neuchâtel Xamax 2–4 Q2 Serbia Vojvodina (2–2, 5–4p) [126]
1998–99 Champions League Rosenborg Italy Juventus, Turkey Galatasaray, Spain Athletic Bilbao GS Belgium Club Brugge (4–4, ag) [127]
1998–99 Cup Winners' Cup Vålerenga England Chelsea 2–6 QF Romania Rapid București (2–2 ag), Turkey Beşiktaş (4–3) [128][129][130]
1998–99 UEFA Cup Brann Germany Werder Bremen 2–4 R1 Lithuania Žalgiris (1–0) [131]
1998–99 UEFA Cup Strømsgodset England Aston Villa 2–6 R1 Israel Hapoel Tel Aviv (1–1, 4–2p) [132]
1998–99 UEFA Cup Molde Bulgaria CSKA Sofia 0–2 Q2 [133]
1999–2000 Champions League Rosenborg Germany Bayern Munich, Spain Real Madrid, Ukraine Dynamo Kyiv G2 Netherlands Feyenoord, Germany Borussia Dortmund, Portugal Boavista [134]
1999–2000 Champions League Molde Spain Real Madrid, Portugal Porto, Greece Olympiacos GS Russia CSKA Moscow (4–2), Spain Mallorca (1–1, ag) [135]
1999–2000 UEFA Cup Viking Germany Werder Bremen 2–2 (ag) R2 Andorra Principat (18–0), Portugal Sporting (3–1) [136]
1999–2000 UEFA Cup Bodø/Glimt Germany Werder Bremen 1–6 R1 Liechtenstein Vaduz (3–1) [137]
1999–2000 UEFA Cup Stabæk Spain Deportivo de La Coruña 1–2 R1 [138]
2000–01 Champions League Rosenborg Germany Bayern Munich, France Paris Saint-Germain, Sweden Helsingborg G1 Republic of Ireland Shelbourne (4–2), Hungary Dunaferr (4–3) [139]
2000–01 UEFA Cup Rosenborg Spain Alavés 2–4 R3 [140]
2000–01 UEFA Cup Lillestrøm Spain Alavés 5–3 R2 Northern Ireland Glentoran (4–0), Russia Dynamo Moscow (4–3) [141]
2000–01 UEFA Cup Brann Switzerland Basel 6–7 R1 Latvia Liepājas Metalurgs (2–1) [142]
2000–01 UEFA Cup Molde Spain Rayo Vallecano 1–2 R1 [143]
2001–02 Champions League Rosenborg Italy Juventus, Portugal Porto, Scotland Celtic G1 Republic of Ireland Inter Bratislava (7–3) [144]
2001–02 Champions League Brann Bulgaria Levski Sofia 1–1 (ag) Q2 [145]
2001–02 UEFA Cup Viking Germany Hertha 0–3 R2 Bosnia and Herzegovina Brotnjo (2–1), Scotland Kilmarnock (4–3) [146]
2001–02 UEFA Cup Odd Grenland Sweden Helsingborg 3–3 (ag) R1 [147]
2002–03 Champions League Rosenborg Italy Internazionale, Netherlands Ajax, France Lyon G1 Denmark Brøndby (4–2) [148]
2002–03 Champions League Lillestrøm Bosnia and Herzegovina Željezničar 0–2 Q2 [149]
2002–03 UEFA Cup Viking Spain Celta de Vigo 1–4 R2 England Chelsea (5–4) [150]
2002–03 UEFA Cup Stabæk Belgium Anderlecht 2–2 (ag) R1 Northern Ireland Linfield (5–1) [151]
2002–03 UEFA Cup Brann Lithuania Sūduva 4–6 Q [152]
2003–04 Champions League Rosenborg Spain Deportivo de La Coruña 0–1 Q3 Republic of Ireland Bohemian (5–0) [153]
2003–04 UEFA Cup Rosenborg Portugal Benfica 2–2 (ag) R3 Latvia Ventspils (10–1), Serbia Red Star Belgrade (1–0) [154]
2003–04 UEFA Cup Vålerenga England Newcastle 2–4 R3 Austria Grazer (1–1, ag), Poland Wisła Kraków (0–0, 4–3p) [155]
2003–04 UEFA Cup Molde Portugal Benfica 1–5 R2 Faroe Islands Klaksvík (6–0), Portugal Leiria (3–2) [156]
2003–04 UEFA Cup Lyn Greece PAOK 1–3 R1 Faroe Islands Runavík (9–1) [157]
2004–05 Champions League Rosenborg England Arsenal, Netherlands PSV Eindhoven, Greece Panathinaikos G1 Moldova Sheriff Tiraspol (4–1), Israel Maccabi Haifa (5–3, aet) [158]
2004–05 UEFA Cup Bodø/Glimt Turkey Beşiktaş 1–2 R1 Estonia Levadia Tallinn (3–3, 8–7p) [159]
2004–05 UEFA Cup Odd Grenland Netherlands Feyenoord 1–5 R1 Lithuania Ekranas (4–3) [160]
2004–05 UEFA Cup Stabæk France Sochaux 0–9 R1 Finland Haka (4–3) [161]
2005–06 Champions League Rosenborg France Lyon, Spain Real Madrid, Greece Olympiacos G1 Romania Steaua București (4–3) [162]
2005–06 Champions League Vålerenga Belgium Club Brugge 1–1 (4–3p) Q3 Finland Haka (5–1) [163]
2005–06 UEFA Cup Rosenborg Russia Zenit 1–3 R32 [164]
2005–06 UEFA Cup Viking France AS Monaco, Germany Hamburg, Czech Republic Slavia Prague, Bulgaria CSKA Sofia GS Northern Ireland Portadown (3–1), Wales Rhyl (3–1), Austria Austria Wien (2–2, ag) [165]
2005–06 UEFA Cup Tromsø France Strasbourg, Italy Roma, Switzerland Basel, Serbia Red Star Belgrade GS Denmark Esbjerg (1–1, 3–2p), Turkey Galatasaray (2–1) [166]
2005–06 UEFA Cup Brann Russia Lokomotiv Moscow 3–5 R1 Finland Allianssi Vantaa (2–0) [167]
2005–06 UEFA Cup Vålerenga Romania Steaua București 1–6 R1 [168]
2006–07 Champions League Vålerenga Czech Republic Mladá Boleslav 3–5 Q2 [169]
2006–07 UEFA Cup Start Netherlands Ajax 2–9 R1 Faroe Islands Skála (4–0), Republic of Ireland Drogheda (1–1, 11–10p) [170]
2006–07 UEFA Cup Molde Scotland Rangers 0–2 R1 Latvia Skonto (2–1) [171]
2006–07 UEFA Cup Brann Sweden Åtvidaberg 4–4 (ag) Q2 Northern Ireland Glentoran (2–0) [172]
2006–07 UEFA Cup Lyn Estonia Flora 1–1 (ag) Q1 [173]
2007–08 Champions League Rosenborg England Chelsea, Germany Schalke 04, Spain Valencia GS Kazakhstan Astana (10–2), Finland Tampere United (5–0) [174]
2007–08 UEFA Cup Brann England Everton 1–8 R32 Wales Carmarthen (14–3), Lithuania Sūduva (6–4), Belgium Club Brugge (2–2, ag), Germany Hamburg, Switzerland Basel, France Rennes, Croatia Dinamo Zagreb [175]
2007–08 UEFA Cup Rosenborg Italy Fiorentina 3–1 R32 [176]
2007–08 UEFA Cup Vålerenga Austria Austria Wien 2–4 R1 Estonia Flora (2–0), Lithuania Ekranas (7–1) [177]
2007–08 UEFA Cup Fredrikstad Sweden Hammarby 2–3 Q2 [178]
2007–08 UEFA Cup Lillestrøm Luxembourg Käerjéng 2–2 (ag) Q1 [179]
2008–09 Champions League Brann France Marseille 1–3 Q3 Latvia Ventspils (2–2, ag) [180]
2008–09 UEFA Cup Rosenborg France Saint-Étienne, Spain Valencia, Denmark Copenhagen, Belgium Club Brugge GS Sweden Djurgården (6–2), Denmark Brøndby (5–3) [181]
2008–09 UEFA Cup Brann Spain Deportivo de La Coruña 2–2 (3–2p) GS [182]
2008–09 UEFA Cup Viking Finland Honka 1–2 Q2 Lithuania Vėtra (2–1) [183]
2008–09 UEFA Cup Lillestrøm Denmark Copenhagen 3–7 Q2 [184]
2008–09 UEFA Cup Stabæk France Rennes 2–3 Q2 [185]
2009–10 Champions League Stabæk Denmark Copenhagen 1–3 Q3 Albania Tirana (5–1) [186]
2009–10 Europa League Tromsø Spain Athletic Bilbao 3–4 PO Belarus Dinamo Minsk (4–1), Croatia Slaven (4–1) [187]
2009–10 Europa League Stabæk Spain Valencia 1–7 PO [188]
2009–10 Europa League Fredrikstad Poland Lech Poznań 3–7 Q3 [189]
2009–10 Europa League Vålerenga Greece PAOK 2–2 (ag) Q3 [190]
2009–10 Europa League Rosenborg Azerbaijan Qarabağ 0–1 (ag) Q3 Faroe Islands Runavík (6–1) [191]
2010–11 Champions League Rosenborg Denmark Copenhagen 2–2 (ag) PO Northern Ireland Linfield (2–0), Sweden AIK (4–0) [192]
2010–11 Europa League Rosenborg Germany Bayer Leverkusen, Greece Aris, Spain Atlético Madrid GS [193]
2010–11 Europa League Molde Germany Stuttgart 4–5 Q3 Latvia Jelgava (6–1) [194]
2010–11 Europa League Aalesund Scotland Motherwell 1–4 Q3 [195]
2010–11 Europa League Stabæk Belarus Dnepr Mogilev 3–3 (ag) Q2 [196]
2011–12 Champions League Rosenborg Czech Republic Viktoria Plzeň 2–4 Q3 Iceland Breiðablik (5–2) [197]
2011–12 Europa League Aalesund Netherlands AZ 2–7 PO Wales Neath (6–1), Hungary Ferencvárosi (4–3, aet), Sweden Elfsborg (5–1) [198]
2011–12 Europa League Rosenborg Cyprus AEK Larnaca 1–2 PO [199]
2011–12 Europa League Vålerenga Greece PAOK 0–5 Q3 Armenia Mika (2–0) [200]
2011–12 Europa League Strømsgodset Spain Atlético Madrid 1–4 Q3 [201]
2011–12 Europa League Tromsø Hungary Paks 1–4 Q2 Latvia Daugava (7–1) [202]
2012–13 Champions League Molde Latvia Ventspils (4–1) [203]
2012–13 Europa League Rosenborg Northern Ireland Crusaders (4–0), Kazakhstan Ordabasy (4–3) [204]
2012–13 Europa League Aalesund Albania Tirana (6–1) [205]
2012–13 Europa League Tromsø Slovenia Olimpija Ljubljana (1–0 aet) [206]
2012–13 Europa League Stabæk Finland JJK Jyväskylä 3–4 Q1 [207]

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