Kristiansund single klubb
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History[ edit ] Early years — [ edit ] Beforethere was no national league competition in Norway; only regional leagues and the Norwegian Cup. Starting in —38, the various regional leagues in Southern Norway were aligned into eight districts, with a championship playoff between the winners to crown a national champion.
In the early years, the top flight teams were divided into eleven groups from eight districts.
The league champion was decided in either a knockout tournament or a final between the winners of these groups.
Fredrikstad was the first champions of the league, winning the —38 season. They won the two-legged final against Lyn 4—0 on aggregate.
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Fredrikstad defended their title in the —39 season. From the —38 season and until the beginning of World War IIthe teams were divided into eight district groups.
There were plans at the time tjeldsund single merge the district leagues into a national competition, but because of World War IIthis process was delayed until after the war, although kristiansund single klubb the first post-war season in —48 had eleven district-based groups.
Hovedserien — [ edit ] InHovedserien English: The Main League was created, consisting of the 16 top teams from the district leagues, who were placed into two groups of eight, with the group winners playing a two-legged final for the national championship at the end of the season. This format was in place from the kristiansund single klubb season until —61when it was decided to merge the two groups into a single top division, and have the season follow the calendar year from onwards.
Fredrikstad won their latest league title in —61which secured their ninth title out of sixteen possible. Larvik Turn won Hovedserien three times in four seasons from — The —62 season was played during 15 months.
The teams from the two groups in the —61 top division were put in one group consisting of 16 teams. The —62 season became a transitional season, where the 16 top-flight teams were placed in a single group, playing a season that went on for 15 months and one half of its teams were relegated.
Officially still known as Hovedserien, the —62 season is often referred to as Maratonserien "The Marathon League" due to its unusual length.
The first regular one-league season kristiansund single klubb played spring-autumn and was won by title defenders Brann in The league was expanded to 12 teams in Teams from Northern Norway were not allowed to gain promotion to the top division beforewhen Mjølner became the first team from Northern Norway to play in the top flight, and until were subject to stricter promotion rules than teams from the rest of the country.
Viking won the league four consecutive seasons beginning in Lillestrøm won back-to-back titles in and In teams from Northern Norway were given the same promotion rights as the rest of the country.
In the beginning of the s, Vålerengen were the dominant team, with their titles fromand Recent years —present [ edit ] The former logo of the league, Tippeligaen, which it was known as from — Inthe league was renamed Tippeligaen, when Norsk Tipping became the main sponsor of the league. Followed by a win by Viking of Stavanger in InRosenborg started a run of 13 consecutive titles which kristiansund single klubb to the season.
However, this was steadily narrowing down towards a dramatic finish inwhere the Trondheim team tied with Vålerenga of Oslo in game points and on goal difference, but finished ahead on number of goals scored. However, in the winning streak came to an end as Vålerenga clinched the title, one point ahead of Start of Kristiansand.
Rosenborg was never in contention that season and would finish only 7th. InRosenborg returned to the top of the league, coming back from 10 points behind Brann at the halfway point to clinch dombås singelklubben title with a match to spare. Brann won the league inand Stabæk won their first-ever title in Rosenborg then returned for a two-year winning streak in and Molde's back-to-back titles in and makes it the only other club to win consecutive titles in the current format, and outside Rosenborg, the first team to do so since Vålerenga in and In it was decided to change from the sponsorship name Tippeligaen to the non-sponsorship name Eliteserien, effecting from the season.
Lillestrøm were relegated from the Eliteserien and ended their record spell with 45 consecutive top division seasons. The league has been professional since Competition[ edit ] As of the season there are 16 clubs in the Eliteserien, seven of which are located in Eastern Norwaysix are from Western Norwayand one each are from Southern NorwayTrøndelag and north of the Arctic Circle.
During the course of a season, each club plays the others twice, home and away, for a total of 30 games for each club, and a total of games in a season. The season starts in March and lasts until early November.
Rounds played during the weekends are usually broken up into two games on Saturdays, five games on Sundays and one game on either Fridays or Mondays.
For the final two rounds, all games start simultaneously so that no club may gain an unfair advantage by knowing the results of other games in advance of kicking off their own. The 16 May round, which is played the day before Norway's Constitution Day17 May, is one of the most anticipated rounds of the season.
It is often referred to as the "national day of football"  and since it precedes a national holiday, games usually see higher attendance than other rounds.
No points are awarded for a loss. Teams are ranked by total points, then goal differencegoals scored, and then head to head records used to separate teams on equal points. At the end of each season, the club with the most points is crowned "League Winner".
The two lowest placed teams are automatically relegated to the 1. The fourteenth kristiansund single klubb team in Eliteserien is also in danger of being relegated and must enter play-offs against one team from the 1. Changes in competition format[ edit ] From.