DateRHome vs Away-
06/08 13:00 11 Rosenborg Women vs Kolbotn Women View
06/08 13:00 11 Røa Women vs Stabaek Women View
06/08 13:00 11 Lyn Women vs Valerenga Women View
06/08 13:00 11 Asane Women vs Arna Bjornar Women View
06/08 14:45 11 SK Brann Women vs Lillestrom SK Women View
06/15 11:00 12 Valerenga Women vs SK Brann Women View
06/15 11:00 12 Kolbotn Women vs Asane Women View
06/15 11:00 12 Lillestrom SK Women vs Rosenborg Women View
06/15 11:00 12 Stabaek Women vs Lyn Women View
06/15 11:00 12 Arna Bjornar Women vs Røa Women View
06/22 10:45 13 Rosenborg Women vs Valerenga Women View
06/22 11:00 13 Røa Women vs Kolbotn Women View


Date R Home vs Away -
05/25 13:30 10 [1] Valerenga Women vs Asane Women [9] 4-1
05/25 13:00 10 Arna Bjornar Women vs Rosenborg Women 1-2
05/25 13:00 10 [7] Lyn Fotball Women vs Kolbotn Women [8] 0-2
05/25 13:00 10 Lillestrom SK Women vs Røa Women 2-1
05/25 13:00 10 Avaldsnes Women vs Rosenborg Women CANC
05/25 13:00 10 [3] SK Brann Women vs Stabaek Women [4] 0-1
05/20 17:05 9 [2] Rosenborg Women vs Lillestrom SK Women [4] 3-2
05/20 13:00 9 [10] Arna Bjornar Women vs Valerenga Women [1] 1-3
05/20 13:00 9 Avaldsnes Women vs Valerenga Women CANC
05/20 13:00 9 [6] Stabaek Women vs Asane Women [9] 3-2
05/20 13:00 9 [5] Røa Women vs Lyn Fotball Women [7] 1-2
05/20 12:30 9 [8] Kolbotn Women vs SK Brann Women [3] 2-6

Wikipedia - Toppserien

The Toppserien is the top level of women's association football in Norway. It was founded in 1984.


Women's league football was introduced on a county basis in 1977. These leagues acted as qualification for the regional (South) league in 1979. Regional leagues were in operation until the formation of the First Division 1984, when the league was divided into three regions, Group Eastern-Norway (Østlandet), Group Western-Norway (Vestlandet), and Group Mid-Norway (Trøndelag). No teams from Northern-Norway (Nord-Norge) played, however. The winners of the three groups met each other for a play-off. Regional leagues for women had been played before 1984, and a championship play-off had been done between the winners of Mid-Norway and Eastern-Norway in 1983 (Trondheims-Ørn beat Setskog 2-1), but this championship was considered unofficial by the Football Association of Norway. In 1986, a group for Northern-Norway was added, and in 1987, the groups and play-off matches were dropped, and one single league with teams from all over the country was played.

The league was known as 1. divisjon (Norwegian for 1st Division) from 1984 to 1995, the Eliteserien (Norwegian for The Elite League) from 1996 to 1999, and the Toppserien (Norwegian for The Top League) from 2000.

Traditionally, Trondheims-Ørn and Asker was the two power-houses of Toppserien, with 7 and 6 championship wins respectively. Trondheims-Ørn finished in the top three 16 out of 23 times from the beginning in 1984 to their current last medal in 2006. In 1998, Asker managed the almost unthinkable, winning every single one of their 18 league games that season (Asker didn't win the double that season, however, as the club was knocked out of the semi-finals of the cup by Trondheims-Ørn). However Asker FK, the women's team within Asker Fotball, became bankrupt at the end of 2008 and most of the players were transferred to a new team within the nearby Stabæk IF, named Stabæk FK (FK = Fotball Kvinner (Football Women)). Asker finished among the top three 18 out of the 25 seasons the club existed. The new Stabæk team began playing in the Toppserien from the 2009 season and won the league in 2010 and 2013. Røa won Toppserien five times from 2004 to 2011. Lillestrøm SK Kvinner won six consecutive titles from 2014 to 2019.

The Norway Toppserien Women is a highly competitive and prestigious soccer tournament held annually in Norway. It is the top professional women's soccer league in the country and showcases the immense talent and skill of female footballers.

The tournament features a total of 12 teams from various cities across Norway, all vying for the coveted title of Toppserien champions. These teams consist of some of the best female soccer players in the country, as well as international stars from around the world.

Matches are played in state-of-the-art stadiums, providing a thrilling and electric atmosphere for both players and spectators. The tournament follows a round-robin format, where each team competes against one another twice, once at home and once away. The team with the highest number of points at the end of the season is crowned the champion.

The level of competition in the Norway Toppserien Women is incredibly high, with teams showcasing their tactical prowess, technical skills, and physical abilities. The matches are fast-paced, intense, and filled with exciting moments, making it a must-watch for soccer enthusiasts.

The tournament not only serves as a platform for showcasing the talent of female footballers but also promotes gender equality and empowerment in sports. It inspires young girls to pursue their dreams in soccer and challenges societal norms surrounding women's participation in sports.

The Norway Toppserien Women has produced some of the finest female soccer players in the world, many of whom have gone on to represent their national teams and achieve success at the international level. The tournament serves as a stepping stone for these players to further their careers and make a mark in the global soccer community.

Overall, the Norway Toppserien Women is a thrilling and competitive soccer tournament that celebrates the skill, dedication, and passion of female footballers. It is a testament to the growing popularity and recognition of women's soccer in Norway and serves as a source of inspiration for aspiring players around the world.