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Free football predictions and tips for Norway Toppserien Women Qual

Home team - Away team
1
×
2
Betimate
Correct score
Avg. goals
Odds
Weather conditions
Score
95
4
1
1
5 - 0
6.3
1.05
2 - 1
0
4
96
2
0 - 3
3.15
1.04
0 - 5
Home team - Away team
Under
Over
Betimate
Avg. goals
Odds
Score
6.63
93.37
Over
6.3
1.86
2 - 1
39.04
60.96
Over
3.15
1.21
0 - 5
39.04
60.96
Over
3.15
1.21
0 - 4
Home team - Away team
No
Yes
Betimate
Correct score
Avg. goals
Odds
Score
74
26
No
5 - 0
6.3
2.48
2 - 1
100
0
No
0 - 3
3.15
3
0 - 5
Home team - Away team
Probability in%
Betimate
Correct score
Avg. goals
Odds
Score
53%
Away
+5
5 - 0
6.3
1.06
2 - 1
61%
Away
-3
0 - 3
3.15
1.21
0 - 5
61%
Away
-3
0 - 3
3.15
1.21
0 - 4

Something you should know about the Norway Toppserien Women

 

The Norway Toppserien is the top tier of women’s association football in Norway. The competition was established in 1984 under the administration of UEFA. After 37 years, it has become a familiar league for fans who love Norwegian women’s football. 

 

Let’s follow this impressive competition frequently with Norway Women Toppserien Qual Predictions on our site! 


Norway Toppserien Women logo
Norway Toppserien Women logo

History of the Norway Toppserien Women

Women’s league football was represented on a county basis in 1977. All leagues in this system acted as qualifications for the geographical league in 1979. 

 

The First Division was founded in 1984 with 3 streams named Group Eastern-Norway (Østlandet), Group Western-Norway (Vestlandet), and Group Mid-Norway (Trøndelag). However, no teams from the Nord-Norge region played in the competition. The winner of each group joined a playoff. Trondheims-Ørn won the first season in 1983 but that title was considered unofficial by the Football Association of Norway.

  • 1986: a Northern-Norway was added 
  • 1987: the groups and play-off games were cut off, and a single league for teams all nationwide was played. 
  • 1984-1995: The competition was known as 1. divisjon (Norwegian 1st Division).
  • 1996-1999:  Eliteserien (The Elite League
  • Since 2000: Toppserien (the Top League)

How is the structure of the Top League?

The Toppserien currently includes 12 teams. They play each other twice (home and away), for a total of 22 games. The achievements of the teams are ranked by points. Each team gets 3 points for a win, 1 point for a draw, and zero for a loss. If the total points are equal among some teams, the coefficients are calculated based on the Goal difference, Goals scored and Results between the tied teams.


Vålerenga won 2020 Toppserien title
Vålerenga won 2020 Toppserien title

Most Successful Teams in the Toppserien Women

Club

Winner

Runner-up

Third

Rosenborg4/ Trondheims-Ørn

7

7

3

LSK Kvinner3

7

5

0

Asker1

6

6

6

Røa

5

1

2

Sprint/Jeløy2

4

3

3

Kolbotn

3

3

4

Stabæk1

2

4

2

Klepp

1

2

6

Vålerenga

1

1

0

Nymark

1

0

1

 

Rosenborg4 and LSK Kvinner3 are now the dominant power in the Toppserien Women competition with 7 titles each. Asker1 has just 1-title less to reach the current record. 

Champions over the years

Year

Name of league

Champions

Runners-up

Third place

1984

1. divisjon

Sprint-Jeløy

Trondheims-Ørn

Nymark

1985

Nymark

Asker

Trondheims-Ørn

1986

Sprint-Jeløy

Troll

Klepp

Grand

1987

Klepp

Sprint-Jeløy

Asker

1988

Asker

Klepp

Trondheims-Ørn

1989

Asker

Sprint-Jeløy

Klepp

1990

Sprint-Jeløy

Asker

Klepp

1991

Asker

Sprint-Jeløy

Sandviken

1992

Asker

Setskog/Høland

Sprint-Jeløy

1993

Sprint-Jeløy

Trondheims-Ørn

Asker

1994

Trondheims-Ørn

Asker

Sprint-Jeløy

1995

Trondheims-Ørn

Setskog/Høland

Sandviken

1996

Eliteserien

Trondheims-Ørn

Sandviken

Asker

1997

Trondheims-Ørn

Asker

Klepp

1998

Asker

Trondheims-Ørn

Athene Moss

1999

Asker

Trondheims-Ørn

Klepp

2000

Toppserien

Trondheims-Ørn

Asker

Kolbotn

2001

Trondheims-Ørn

Kolbotn

Arna-Bjørnar

2002

Kolbotn

Asker

Trondheims-Ørn

2003

Trondheims-Ørn

Kolbotn

Asker

2004

Røa

Trondheims-Ørn

Fløya

2005

Kolbotn

Team Strømmen

Fløya

2006

Kolbotn

Trondheims-Ørn

Røa

2007

Røa

Kolbotn

Asker

2008

Røa

Team Strømmen

Asker

2009

Røa

Stabæk

Kolbotn

2010

Stabæk

Røa

Kolbotn

2011

Røa

Stabæk

Kolbotn

2012

Lillestrøm SK

Stabæk

Arna-Bjørnar

2013

Stabæk

LSK Kvinner

Arna-Bjørnar

2014

LSK Kvinner

Stabæk

Arna-Bjørnar

2015

LSK Kvinner

Avaldsnes

Røa

2016

LSK Kvinner

Avaldsnes

Stabæk

2017

LSK Kvinner

Avaldsnes

Stabæk

2018

LSK Kvinner

Klepp

Arna-Bjørnar

2019

LSK Kvinner

Vålerenga

Klepp

2020

Vålerenga

Rosenborg

Avaldsnes

Reference Source

  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toppserien