R Team P W D L +/- Pts
1 Molde 15 9 3 3 20 30
2 Bodo Glimt 14 9 2 3 10 29
3 Odd Grenland 15 9 2 4 5 29
4 Valerenga 14 7 3 4 10 24
5 Rosenborg 15 7 3 5 2 24
6 Brann 15 6 5 4 2 23
7 Kristiansund BK 14 6 3 5 2 21
8 Haugesund 15 5 5 5 6 20
9 Viking 14 5 4 5 -3 19
10 Lillestrom 15 5 3 7 -6 18
11 Mjondalen IF 15 3 7 5 -4 16
12 Tromso IL 15 5 1 9 -13 16
13 Stabaek 14 4 3 7 -6 15
14 Ranheim IL 15 4 3 8 -9 15
15 Sarpsborg 08 14 2 7 5 -4 13
16 Stromsgodset 15 2 4 9 -12 10
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Norwegian Tippeligaen

As of the 2016 season there are 16 clubs in the Tippeligaen, six of which are located in Eastern Norway, while six clubs are from Western Norway, and two are from 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 240 games in a season. The season starts in March and lasts until early November. Rounds played during the weekends are broken up into one game on Fridays, two games on Saturdays and five games on Sundays. 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.Teams receive three points for a win and one point for a draw. No points are awarded for a loss. Teams are ranked by total points, then goal difference, goals 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 title of "Champions" is reserved for the Cup Winners. The two lowest placed teams are automatically relegated to the First Division and the top two teams from the First Division take their place. The fourteenth placed team in Tippeligaen is also in danger of being relegated and must enter play-offs against one team from the First Division to stay in the top flight.
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