2005–06 Royal League

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2005–06 Royal League
Parken 2011 1.JPG
Parken Stadium in Copenhagen hosted the final
Tournament details
Dates 10 November 2005 – 9 April 2006
Teams 12 (from 3 associations)
Final positions
Champions Denmark Copenhagen (2nd title)
Runners-up Norway Lillestrøm
Tournament statistics
Matches played 49
Goals scored 124 (2.53 per match)
Top scorer(s) Sweden Tobias Hysén
Norway Klaus Kærgård
(6 goals each)

The Royal League 2005-06 fixtures and results.

Rules[edit]

Initially, the twelve participating teams are placed into three groups with four clubs each. These face each other home and away. The group winners and runners-up qualify for the quarter finals, along with the two best 3rd position-teams. From here on, the tournament is purely played as a two-legged knockout tournament, except from the final.

Bonuses[edit]

A wide variety of bonuses are paid in the Royal League 2005–06. A complete list is found below. All amounts are in Norwegian kroner.

  • Qualification to Royal League
    • Qualification to the tournament - 1,250,000 NOK (£ 141,525)
  • Qualification to quarterfinals
    • Group winner - 1,250,000 NOK (£ 141,525)
    • Group runner-up - 1,000,000 NOK (£ 113,220)
    • Group third place - 500,000 NOK (£ 56,610)
  • Match bonus
    • Win in group stage - 250,000 NOK (£ 28,305)
    • Draw in group stage - 125,000 NOK (£ 14,152.50)
    • Win in quarter- or semifinals - 400,000 NOK (£ 45,288)
    • Draw in quarter- or semifinals - 200,000 NOK (£ 22,644)
    • Win in the final (final champion) - 3,000,000 NOK (£ 339,660)
    • Loss in the final (final runner-up) - 1,000,000 NOK (£ 113,220)
  • Spectator bonus (for achieving a certain average attendance in home games, except the final)
    • Over 3,000 - 100,000 NOK (£ 11,322)
    • Over 4,000 - 150,000 NOK (£ 16,983)
    • Over 5,000 - 200,000 NOK (£ 22,644)
    • Over 6,000 - 300,000 NOK (£ 33,966)
    • Over 7,000 - 400,000 NOK (£ 45,288)
    • Over 8,000 - 500,000 NOK (£ 56,610)
    • Over 9,000 - 600,000 NOK (£ 67,932)
    • Over 10,000 - 800,000 NOK (£ 90,576)
    • Over 15,000 - 1,000,000 NOK (£ 113,220)

Group stage[edit]

Location of teams of the 2005–06 Royal League group stage.
Blue pog.svg Blue: Group 1; Red pog.svg Red: Group 2; Green pog.svg Green: Group 3.

Tiebreakers, if necessary, are applied in the following order:

  1. Cumulative goal difference in all group matches.
  2. Total goals scored in all group matches.
  3. Points earned in head-to-head matches between the tied teams.
  4. Total goals scored in head-to-head matches between the tied teams.
  5. Away goals scored in head-to-head matches between the tied teams.
  6. Draw.

Teams that clinched a spot in the quarter-finals are indicated in bold type.

Teams eliminated from Royal League are indicated in italic type.

Group 1[edit]

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
1. Denmark FC Midtjylland 12 6 3 3 0 13 5 +8
2. Sweden Hammarby IF 8 6 2 2 2 12 10 +2
3. Norway Vålerenga IF 8 6 2 2 2 8 10 -2
4. Norway IK Start 3 6 0 3 3 8 16 -8
Thursday 24 November 18:00 Midtjylland 4–0 Vålerenga SAS Arena Att: 3,154
18:00 Start 2–4 Hammarby Odd Stadion Att: 639

Sunday 27 November

16:00

Vålerenga

3–1

Start

Ullevaal

Att: 2,940

Thursday 8 December

18:00

Start

1–1

Midtjylland

Odd Stadion

Att: 63
20:35 Hammarby 0–0 Vålerenga Söderstadion Att: 6,061

Sunday 11 December

15:55

Start

3–3

Vålerenga

Odd Stadion

Att: 429
Monday 12 December 19:00 Hammarby 2–2 Midtjylland Söderstadion Att: 6,104

Thursday 9 February

19:00

Midtjylland

4–1

Hammarby

SAS Arena

Att: 3,052

Sunday 12 February

13:30

Vålerenga

0–1

Midtjylland

Vallhall Arena

Att: 2,653
16:00 Hammarby 4–0 Start Södertälje Fotbollsarena Att: 4,153

Thursday 16 February

20:35

Midtjylland

1–1

Start

SAS Arena

Att: 3,370
20:35 Vålerenga 2–1 Hammarby Vallhall Arena Att: 2,178

Group 2[edit]

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
1. Norway Lillestrøm SK 10 6 2 4 0 6 3 +3
2. Denmark FC Copenhagen 7 6 1 4 1 5 5 0
3. Denmark Brøndby IF 6 6 1 3 2 7 7 0
4. Sweden Kalmar FF 6 6 1 3 2 3 6 -3
Thursday 10 November 20:35 Kalmar FF 1–1 Brøndby Fredriksskans Att: 4,540
Thursday 24 November 20:30 Lillestrøm 0–0 Copenhagen Åråsen Stadion Att: 2,289

Sunday 27 November

14:00

Lillestrøm

0–0

Kalmar FF

Åråsen Stadion

Att: 1,777

Thursday 8 December

18:00

Kalmar FF

0–2

Lillestrøm

Fredriksskans

Att: 3,002
20:35 Copenhagen 1–1 Brøndby Parken Att: 17,644

Sunday 11 December

16:00

Kalmar FF

1–0

Copenhagen

Fredriksskans

Att: 3,315
18:05 Brøndby 0–1 Lillestrøm Brøndby Stadion Att: 7,481

Thursday 9 February

20:35

Brøndby

1–2

Copenhagen

Brøndby Stadion

Att: 12,345

Sunday 12 February

16:00

Brøndby

2–0

Kalmar FF

Brøndby Stadion

Att: 7,851
16:00 Copenhagen 1–1 Lillestrøm Parken Att: 7,067

Thursday 16 February

20:35

Copenhagen

1–1

Kalmar FF

Parken

Att: 5,432
20:35 Lillestrøm 2–2 Brøndby Tønsberg Gressbane Att: 323

Group 3[edit]

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
1. Sweden Djurgårdens IF 10 6 3 1 2 8 7 +1
2. Norway Lyn Oslo 8 6 2 2 2 7 6 +1
3. Sweden IFK Göteborg 8 6 2 2 2 7 7 0
4. Denmark Aalborg BK 6 6 1 3 2 7 9 -2
Thursday 24 November 19:00 Lyn 1–0 Göteborg Tønsberg Gressbane Att: 890
20:35 Aalborg 1–3 Djurgården Aalborg Stadion Att: 5,246

Sunday 27 November

16:00

Djurgården

0–1

Göteborg

Södertälje Fotbollsarena

Att: 2,238

Thursday 8 December

18:00

Göteborg

3–3

Aalborg

Ullevi

Att: 4,178
20:30 Lyn 1–2 Djurgården Ullevaal Att: 1,050

Sunday 11 December

15:00

Göteborg

1–3

Lyn

Ullevi

Att: 6,277
Tuesday 13 December 19:00 Djurgården 2–1 Aalborg Södertälje Fotbollsarena Att: 1,309

Thursday 9 February

19:00

Aalborg

2–1

Lyn

Aalborg Stadion

Att: 3,012

Sunday 12 February

16:00

Göteborg

2–0

Djurgården

Ullevi

Att: 3,349
16:00 Lyn 0–0 Aalborg Vallhall Arena Att: 1,040

Thursday 16 February

20:35

Aalborg

0–0

Göteborg

Aalborg Stadion

Att: 3,771
20:35 Djurgården 1–1 Lyn Södertälje Fotbollsarena Att: 1,244

3rd placed teams[edit]

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
1. Sweden IFK Göteborg 8 6 2 2 2 7 7 0
2. Norway Vålerenga IF 8 6 2 2 2 8 10 -2
3. Denmark Brøndby IF 6 6 1 3 2 7 7 0

Knockout stages[edit]

Quarter-finals, first leg[edit]


Norway Lyn 1–3 Denmark Midtjylland
Theorin 45' Kærgård 9', 60'
Sørensen 11'

Sweden Djurgården 2–1 Norway Vålerenga
Hysén 9', 67' Berre 82'

Denmark Copenhagen 2–0 Sweden Hammarby
Santos 55'
Allbäck 56'
Attendance: 6,011

Sweden Göteborg 0–0 Norway Lillestrøm
Attendance: 2,228

Quarter-finals, second leg[edit]


Denmark Midtjylland 1–0 Norway Lyn
Sørensen 54'
Attendance: 3,313
Midtjylland win 4–1 on aggregate

Sweden Hammarby 2–0 Denmark Copenhagen
Andersson 87', 90'
Penalties
von Schlebrügge Penalty missed
Andersson Penalty missed
Fischbein Penalty missed
0–3 Penalty scored Jacobsen
Penalty scored Hutchinson
Penalty scored Pimpong
Copenhagen win 3–0 on penalties after playing 2–2 on aggregate

Norway Vålerenga 1–3 Sweden Djurgården
Muri 49' Jonson 14'
Håkansson 25’
Hysén 80'
Djurgården win 5–2 on aggregate

Norway Lillestrøm 2–0 Sweden Göteborg
Occean 10', 70'
Lillestrøm win 2–0 on aggregate

Semi-finals, first leg[edit]


Denmark Copenhagen 3–1 Denmark Midtjylland
Silberbauer 13'
Ijeh 25'
Hangeland 73'
Reid 87'
Attendance: 9,232
Referee: Terje Hauge (Norway)

Sweden Djurgården 1–3 Norway Lillestrøm
Håkansson (pen) 77' Koren 19'
Andersson 68’
Storm (og) 86'

Semi-finals, second leg[edit]


Denmark Midtjylland 0–4 Denmark Copenhagen
Ijeh 24', 43'
Silberbauer 32'
Kvist 62'
Attendance: 5,285
Copenhagen win 7–1 on aggregate

Norway Lillestrøm 1–0 Sweden Djurgården
Koren (pen) 24'
Lillestrøm win 4–1 on aggregate

Final[edit]


Denmark Copenhagen 1–0 Norway Lillestrøm
Pimpong 89'
Attendance: 13,617
2005-06 champions

FC Copenhagen
Second title

Top scorers[edit]

Goal scorer Team Goals
Sweden Tobias Hysén Djurgården 6
Denmark Klaus Kærgård Midtjylland 6
Sweden Petter Andersson Hammarby 4
Norway Morten Berre Vålerenga 4
Denmark Dennis Sørensen Midtjylland 4
Sweden Jeffrey Aubynn Hammarby 3
Nigeria Peter Ijeh Copenhagen 3
Sweden David Johansson Hammarby 3
Faroe Islands Todi Jónsson Start 3
Canada Olivier Occean Lillestrøm 3
Sweden Stefan Selakovic Göteborg 3
Norway Jo Tessem Lyn 3

See also[edit]