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2006 Tippeligaen

Tippeligaen
Season 2006
Champions Rosenborg
20th title
Relegated Ham-Kam
Molde
Champions League Rosenborg
UEFA Cup Fredrikstad
Brann
Vålerenga
Lillestrøm
Matches played 182
Goals scored 521 (2.86 per match)
Top goalscorer Daniel Nannskog (19 goals)
Biggest home win Stabæk 8-0 Molde
(29 October 2006)
Biggest away win Ham-Kam 1–5 Stabæk
(5 November 2006)
Highest scoring Fredrikstad 5-3 Tromsø
(29 May 2006)
Brann 5-3 Sandefjord
(17 September 2006)
Stabæk 8-0 Molde
(29 October 2006)
Longest winning run 8 games[1]
Rosenborg
Longest unbeaten run 12 games[1]
Rosenborg
Longest winless run 8 games[1]
Odd Grenland
Longest losing run 6 games[1]
Odd Grenland
Highest attendance 22,330, at home match of [2]
Lowest attendance 2,563, at home match of Lyn[2]
Average attendance 9,100[3]
2005
2007

The 2006 Tippeligaen season began on April 9, 2006 and ended on November 5, 2006. Viking at home. The other main contenders for the title were Brann and Lillestrøm, the former securing their place as runners-up on the same day.

It was Rosenborg's twentieth league title.

Contents

  • Final league table 1
  • Top goal scorers 2
  • Relegation/Promotion 3
  • Notable events 4
  • Fair Play 5
  • See also 6
  • Notes and references 7
  • External links 8

Final league table

Pos Team P W D L F A GD Pts
1 Rosenborg 26 15 8 3 47 24 +23 53
2 Brann 26 14 4 8 39 36 +3 46
3 Vålerenga 26 13 5 8 43 28 +16 44
4 Lillestrøm 26 12 8 6 44 33 +11 44
5 Stabæk 26 10 9 7 53 36 +17 39
6 Start 26 10 7 9 29 32 -3 37
7 Lyn 26 10 5 11 33 36 -3 35
8 Fredrikstad 26 8 8 10 38 46 -8 32
9 Sandefjord 26 9 5 12 37 47 -10 32
10 Tromsø 26 8 5 13 33 39 -6 29
11 Viking 26 8 5 13 31 37 -6 29
12 Odd Grenland 26 7 8 11 30 38 -8 29
13 Ham-Kam 26 7 7 12 35 39 -4 28
14 Molde 26 7 4 15 29 50 -21 25
Qualified for the UEFA Champions League
Qualified for the UEFA Cup¹
Qualified for the UEFA Intertoto Cup
Relegation Playoff
Relegated to Adeccoligaen

¹Lillestrøm SK qualified to the UEFA Cup through the UEFA Fair Play ranking award.[4]
Fredrikstad FK qualified as the winner of 2006 Norwegian Football Cup.

Top goal scorers

After November 5, 2006

# Nat Player Team Goals total Goals penalties Matches played
1 Daniel Nannskog Stabæk 19 3 26
2 Veigar Páll Gunnarsson Stabæk 18 2 25
3 Steffen Iversen Rosenborg 17 3 24
4 Peter Ijeh Viking 11 0 15
4 Michael Mifsud Lillestrøm 11 0 24
4 Ole Martin Årst Tromsø 11 2 26
7 Robert Koren Lillestrøm 10 1 26
7 Andreas Tegström Sandefjord 10 0 24

Relegation/Promotion

Date Host Agg. Visitor Ground Attendance
November 8 Odd Grenland 3-0 Bryne Odd Stadion, Skien 5,363
November 11 Bryne 1-7 Odd Grenland Bryne Stadion, Bryne 3,014

Notable events

Fair Play

  1. Fredrikstad 8.02
  2. Rosenborg 7.97
  3. Vålerenga 7.88
  4. Lillestrøm 7.83
  5. Start 7.82
  6. Viking 7.81
  7. Sandefjord 7.77
  8. Stabæk 7.76
  9. Brann 7.72
  10. Molde 7.59
  11. Odd Grenland 7.57
  12. Tromsø 7.53
  13. Lyn 7.43
  14. Ham-Kam 7.23

See also

Notes and references

  1. ^ a b c d "Tippeligaen - 2006". WhoScored.com. WhoScored.com. Retrieved 15 December 2011. 
  2. ^ a b "Tilskuertall Tippeligaen 2006". nifs.no (in Norwegian).  
  3. ^ http://www.european-football-statistics.co.uk/attn.htm
  4. ^ http://www.dagbladet.no/sport/2007/05/15/500730.html
  5. ^ "(In Norwegian) Per-Mathias Høgmo er sykmeldt i 2 måneder". Rosenborg BK. 2006-07-27. 
  6. ^ http://www.fotball.no/t2.aspx?p=51831&x=1&a=182060

External links

  • Norwegian Football Association
  • Fixtures, results and table for Tippeligaen 2006
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