Viking

Viking


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2019-11-24 17:00:00
Viking
Rosenborg
2019-12-01 15:00:00
Brann
Viking
2019-12-08 12:15:00
Haugesund
Viking
Viking Squad
Didier Drogba Didier Drogba Didier Drogba Didier Drogba Didier Drogba Didier Drogba Didier Drogba Didier Drogba
Goalkeepers
Iven Austbo Amund Wichne
Erik-Johannes Arnebrott
Rearguard
Viljar Helland Vevatne Rasmus Martinsen
Sondre Bjorshol Runar Hove
Axel Oskar Andresson Kristian Novak
Lasser Berg Johnsen Erik Thorsbye Arnebrott
Midfielders
Andre Danielsen Rolf Daniel Vikstol
Fredrik Torsteinbo Kristoffer Lokberg
Zlatko Tripic Samuel Kari Fridjonsson
Tord Johnsen Salte Usman Sale
Stian Michalsen Ylldren Ibrahimaj
Axel Andrersson Jostein Ekeland
Vanguard
Tommy Hoiland Zymer Bytyqi
Benjamin Kallman Even Ostensen
Norwegian Tippeligaen Table
Games W D L Get Miss pts
1 28 19 5 4 64 27 62
2 28 14 9 5 59 40 51
3 28 14 7 7 42 35 49
4 28 13 9 6 48 37 48
5 28 12 7 9 48 39 43
6 28 11 8 9 40 36 41
7 28 10 10 8 31 26 40
8 28 8 12 8 39 35 36
9 28 9 9 10 33 33 36
10 28 8 10 10 37 39 34
11 28 7 8 13 31 45 29
12 28 8 5 15 37 55 29
13 28 5 13 10 29 39 28
14 28 5 12 11 35 48 27
15 28 6 8 14 33 53 26
16 28 6 6 16 32 51 24
Norwegian Tippeligaen Top Scorers
Gls
1 Tommy Hoiland 8(2)
2 Samuel Adegbenro 4(0)
3 Veton Berisha 3(0)
4 Zlatko Tripic 3(0)
5 Yann-Erik de Lanlay 2(0)
6 Zymer Bytyqi 2(0)
7 Samuel Kari Fridjonsson 2(0)
8 Benjamin Kallman 2(0)
9 Kristoffer Haugen 1(0)
10 Johan Ladre Bjordal 1(0)
Viking Introduction
Viking is a Norwegian football club from the city of Stavanger. The club was founded in 1899. It is one of the most successful clubs in Norwegian football, having won 8 Norwegian Premier Football League titles, most recently in 1991, and 5 domestic cup titles, most recently in 2001. The club has played and won more top-flight league games than any other club, and it has played in the top division since the league was established, except for the years 1966–67 and 1987–88. Notable European successes include knocking English side Chelsea out of the UEFA Cup during the 2002–03 season, knocking out Sporting CP from the same tournament in 1999–2000, and qualifying for the group stages of the UEFA Cup 2005-06.