2006–07 Royal League

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The Royal League 2006–07 fixtures and results.

Rules[edit]

The twelve participating teams are placed into three groups of four clubs each. The teams of each group face each other home and away. The group winners and runners-up qualify for the quarter-finals, along with the two best third placed teams. As opposed to the previous edition of the tournament, the knock-out stages are played as single legs. In the quarter-final draw, teams from the same group or the same country are, as far as possible, not paired together.

Bonuses[edit]

Prize money for the tournament are paid like this:

  • Qualification for the tournament itself: 1,000,000 DKK
  • Qualification for the quarter finals,
    • through the first place of the group: 600,000 DKK
    • through the second place of the group: 300,000 DKK
    • through the third place of the group: 150,000 DKK (no bonus is given for third-place finishers that do not qualify)
  • Match bonuses
    • Group phase victory: 125,000 DKK
    • Group phase draw: 62,500 DKK
    • Quarter-final victory: 350,000 DKK
    • Semi-final victory: 400,000 DKK
    • Final victory (Royal League champion): 2,000,000 DKK
    • Final loss (Royal League runner-up): 500,000 DKK

Spectator bonuses[edit]

Another potential 8 million DKK are up for grabs through two separate spectator bonuses:

Bonus no. 1 pays a maximum of 6.3 million DKK total, based on the average home attendance in the Royal League compared against the clubs' average attendance in their respective league:

  • An average of more than 60% pays 525,000 DKK
  • More than 55% pays 450,000 DKK
  • More than 50% pays 375,000 DKK
  • More than 45% pays 225,000 DKK
  • More than 40% pays 150,000 DKK
  • More than 35% pays 75,000 DKK

Bonus no. 2 distributes 1.7 million DKK between clubs in relation to a club's average home attendance in the Royal League. A certain average gives a certain amount of shares:

  • An average of more than 5,000 spectators gives the club 4 shares out of the 1.7 million total
  • More than 6,000 spectators gives 8 shares
  • More than 7,000 spectators gives 12 shares
  • More than 8,000 spectators gives 16 shares
  • More than 9,000 spectators gives 20 shares
  • More than 10,000 spectators gives 24 shares

After the tournament, the money will be distributed in relation to how many shares the different clubs have.

Source

Group stage[edit]

The group stage started the week following the last day of the Norwegian and Swedish championships (5 November), and was scheduled to end 10 December. However, some group matches were moved to February due to the participation of FC Copenhagen in UEFA Champions League, and that of Odense BK in the UEFA Cup.

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

  1. Goal difference in all group matches.
  2. Goals scored in all group matches.
  3. Goals scored in all away group matches.
  4. Draw.

Teams that have 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 Odense BK 13 6 4 1 1 13 7 +6
2. Norway SK Brann 9 6 2 3 1 13 11 +2
3. Sweden Helsingborgs IF 9 6 2 3 1 8 8 0
4. Norway Rosenborg BK 1 6 0 1 5 7 15 −8
Thu 9 November 19:30 Rosenborg 1–3 Brann Lerkendal stadion Att: 5,755

Sun 19 November

16:00

Helsingborg

3–1

Rosenborg

Olympia

Att: 4,412

Sun 26 November

15:00

Brann

2–2

Helsingborg

Brann Stadion

Att: 3,535
17:00 Odense 5–3 Rosenborg Fionia Park Att: 2,858

Sun 3 December

13:55

Brann

1–1

Odense

Brann Stadion

Att: 2,432
18:00 Rosenborg 0–0 Helsingborg Lerkendal stadion Att: 4,618

Thu 7 December

19:00

Helsingborg

1–0

Odense

Olympia

Att: 2,430
19:30 Brann 3–2 Rosenborg Brann Stadion Att: 3,152

Sun 10 December

15:55

Rosenborg

0–1

Odense

Lerkendal stadion

Att: 4,106
16:00 Helsingborg 2–2 Brann Österås IP (Hässleholm) Att: 2,944

Sun 18 February

15:00

Odense

3–0

Helsingborg

Fionia Park

Att: 3,726

Sun 25 February

15:00

Odense

3–2

Brann

Fionia Park

Att: 3,004

Group 2[edit]

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
1. Norway Lillestrøm SK 12 6 3 3 0 7 3 +4
2. Denmark Brøndby IF 11 6 3 2 1 10 8 +2
3. Denmark FC Copenhagen 9 6 3 0 3 9 5 +4
4. Sweden Hammarby IF 1 6 0 1 5 5 15 −10
Sat 18 November 15:00 Hammarby 1–1 Lillestrøm Söderstadion Att: 5,399

Thu 23 November

18:55

Hammarby

2–3

Brøndby

Söderstadion

Att: 4,443

Sun 26 November

15:00

Lillestrøm

2–0

Hammarby

Åråsen Stadion

Att: 1,981

Thu 30 November

18:55

Brøndby

3–1

Hammarby

Brøndby Stadion

Att: 4,966
19:30 Lillestrøm 1–0 Copenhagen Åråsen Stadion Att: 2,161

Sun 3 December

16:00

Copenhagen

0–1

Lillestrøm

Parken

Att: 7,149

Thu 7 December

18:55

Lillestrøm

1–1

Brøndby

Åråsen Stadion

Att: 1,447

Sun 10 December

18:00

Brøndby

1–1

Lillestrøm

Brøndby Stadion

Att: 5,546
20:00 Hammarby 1–2 Copenhagen Söderstadion Att: 4,108

Sun 11 February

17:00

Copenhagen

0–1

Brøndby

Parken

Att: 17,019

Sun 18 February

17:00

Brøndby

1–3

Copenhagen

Brøndby Stadion

Att: 18,496

Sun 25 February

17:00

Copenhagen

4–0

Hammarby

Parken

Att: 7,139

Group 3[edit]

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
1. Norway Vålerenga IF 14 6 4 2 0 13 8 +5
2. Sweden IF Elfsborg 8 6 2 2 2 11 8 +3
3. Sweden AIK 6 6 1 3 2 7 13 −6
4. Denmark Viborg FF 3 6 0 3 3 6 8 −2
Sun 12 November 13:30 Elfsborg 4–0 AIK Borås Arena Att: 3,375

Sun 19 November

16:00

Vålerenga

2–1

Elfsborg

Bislett stadion

Att: 3,058

Thu 23 November

19:00

Vålerenga

1–0

Viborg

Bislett stadion

Att: 2,040

Sun 26 November

15:00

Viborg

2–2

Elfsborg

Viborg Stadion

Att: 3,358
16:00 AIK 1–1 Vålerenga Råsunda stadion Att: 4,512

Thu 30 November

19:00

AIK

1–1

Viborg

Råsunda stadion

Att: 3,453

Sat 2 December

16:00

Elfsborg

1–0

Viborg

Borås Arena

Att: 3,608
Sun 3 December 16:00 Vålerenga 4–2 AIK Bislett stadion Att: 3,269

Thu 7 December

19:00

AIK

1–1

Elfsborg

Råsunda stadion

Att: 6,221
19:00 Viborg 2–2 Vålerenga Viborg Stadion Att: 2,786

Sun 10 December

15:00

Viborg

1–2

AIK

Viborg Stadion

Att: 2,757
16:00 Elfsborg 2–3 Vålerenga Borås Arena Att: 5,605

3rd placed teams[edit]

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
1. Denmark FC Copenhagen 9 6 3 0 3 9 5 +4
2. Sweden Helsingborgs IF 9 6 2 3 1 8 8 0
3. Sweden AIK 6 6 1 3 2 7 12 −5

Knockout stages[edit]

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
1 March – Brøndby (Brøndby Stadion)        
 Denmark Brøndby  3
8 March – Brøndby (Brøndby Stadion)
 Norway Brann  0  
 Denmark Brøndby (aet)  2
1 March – Odense (Fionia Park)
     Denmark Odense  1  
 Denmark Odense (aet) (pen)  2 (4)
15 March – Brøndby (Brøndby Stadion)
 Norway Lillestrøm  2 (1)  
 Denmark Brøndby  1
4 March – Borås (Borås Arena)    
   Denmark Copenhagen  0
 Sweden Elfsborg  1
8 March – Copenhagen (Parken)
 Denmark Copenhagen  2  
 Denmark Copenhagen  3
4 March – Oslo (Bislett Stadion)
     Sweden Helsingborg  1  
 Norway Vålerenga  1
 Sweden Helsingborg  2  
 

Quarter-finals[edit]


1 March
19:00
Denmark Brøndby 3–0 Norway Brann
Ericsson (pen) 27'
Rasmussen 67'
Katongo 69'
 
Brøndby Stadion, Brøndby
Attendance: 5,471
Referee: Martin Hansson (Sweden)

1 March
19:30
Norway Vålerenga 1–2 Sweden Helsingborg
Roberts 9' Olsson 79'
Karekezi 82'
Bislett Stadion, Oslo
Attendance: 2,193
Referee: Claus Bo Larsen (Denmark)

Sun, 4 March
16:00
Denmark Odense 2–2 Norway Lillestrøm
Fevang 15'
Borring 108'
(AET) Myklebust 11'
Søgård 94'
  Penalties  
Sørensen: scored
Laursen: scored
Borring: scored
Fevang: scored
4–1 Brenne: missed
Mouelhi: scored
Sundgot: missed
Fionia Park, Odense
Attendance: 4,436
Referee: Stefan Johannesson (Sweden)

Sun, 4 March
16:55
Sweden Elfsborg 1–2 Denmark Copenhagen
Holmén (pen) 51' Nørregaard 20'
Silberbauer 48'
Borås Arena, Borås
Attendance: 6,703
Referee: Tom Henning Øvrebø (Norway)

Semi-finals[edit]


8 March
16:55
Denmark Copenhagen 3–1 Sweden Helsingborg
Berglund 5', 15'
Ailton 32'
Jakobsson 19'
Parken, Copenhagen
Attendance: 6,642
Referee: Terje Hauge (Norway)

8 March
19:00
Denmark Brøndby 2–1 Denmark Odense
Nielsen 78'
Ericsson 104'
(AET) Fevang 66'
Brøndby Stadion, Brøndby
Attendance: 10,732
Referee: Martin Ingvarsson (Sweden)

Final[edit]


15 March
19:00
Denmark Brøndby 1–0 Denmark Copenhagen
Ericsson (pen) 38'
Brøndby Stadion, Brøndby
Attendance: 17,914
Referee: Tom Henning Øvrebø (Norway)
2006–07 champions

Brøndby IF
First title

Top scorers[edit]

Goal scorer Team Goals
Sweden Martin Ericsson Brøndby 6
Norway Jan-Derek Sørensen Vålerenga 6
Sweden Fredrik Berglund Copenhagen 4
Norway Morten Fevang Odense 4
Norway Øyvind Storflor Rosenborg 4
Sweden Denni Avdic Elfsborg 3
Denmark Kim Christensen Odense 3
Sweden Samuel Holmén Elfsborg 3
Norway Erik Huseklepp Brann 3
Rwanda Olivier Karekezi Helsingborg 3
Jamaica Luton Shelton Helsingborg 3
Denmark Michael Silberbauer Copenhagen 3
Norway M. Waade Myklebust Lillestrøm 3
Australia David Williams Brøndby 3

See also[edit]

External links[edit]