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Norway: Women's EURO records and stats

Biggest wins, heaviest defeats, highest scorers, most appearances, shoot-outs and more.

 Solveig Gulbrandsen and Isabell Herlovsen celebrate a UEFA Women's EURO 2005 goal for Norway
Solveig Gulbrandsen and Isabell Herlovsen celebrate a UEFA Women's EURO 2005 goal for Norway Getty Images

Best result: Winners (1987, 1993)
EURO appearances: 12
Overall record: P36 W15 D7 L14 F47 A48
Group stage record: P18 W6 D5 L7 F20 A19
Knockout record: P18 W9 D2 L7 F27 A29

Tournament record
1984 Did not qualify
1987 Winners
1989 Runners-up
1991 Runners-up
1993 Winners
1995 Semi-finals
1997 Group stage
2001 Semi-finals
2005 Runners-up
2009 Semi-finals
2013 Runners-up
2017 Group stage
2022 TBC

Team records

Biggest victory
5-0: Norway vs Denmark, 30/06/1997 (group stage)

Heaviest defeat
4-0: Germany vs Norway, 24/08/2009 (group stage)

Highest-scoring draw
1-1: five times, most recently vs Denmark, 25/07/2013 (semi-finals)

Highest-scoring game
8 goals: 5-3 vs Italy, 12/06/2005 (group stage)

Most goals scored at a Women's EURO
10 goals in 5 games in 2005 (av. 2.00)

Fewest goals scored at a Women's EURO
0 goals in 3 games in 2017 (av. 0.00)

Most goals conceded at a Women's EURO
10 goals in 5 games in 2005 (av. 2.00)

Fewest goals conceded at a Women's EURO
0 goals in 2 games in 1993 (av. 0.00)

Most different scorers at a Women's EURO
5: 2005, 2013

Fewest different scorers at a Women's EURO
0: 2017

Player records

Most appearances
20: Solveig Gulbrandsen (2001, 2005, 2009, 2013)

Most goals
5: Solveig Gulbrandsen

Most tournaments with goal
2: Solveig Gulbrandsen (2005, 2013)
2: Dagny Mellgren (2001, 2005)
2: Isabell Herlovsen (2005, 2009)
2: Marit Fiane Grødum (2005, 2013)
2: Birthe Hegstad (1991, 1993)
2: Linda Medalen (1989, 1995)
2: Heidi Støre (1987, 1997)

Penalties

Penalty shoot-outs
W 8-7 vs Denmark, semi-finals (10/07/1991)
W 4-2 vs Denmark, semi-finals (25/07/2013)

All Women's EURO fixtures

1987
Coach Erling Hokstad / Captain Heidi Støre
11/06: Norway 2-0 Italy (semi-finals, Oslo)
14/06: Norway 2-1 Sweden (final, Oslo)

1989
Coach Erling Hokstad / Captain Heidi Støre
28/06: Sweden 1-2 Norway (semi-finals, Lüdenscheid)
02/07: Germany 4-1 Norway (final, Osnabrück)

1991
Coach Even Pellerud / Captain Heidi Støre
10/07: Denmark 0-0 Norway (semi-finals, Hjørring) Won 8-7 on penalties
14/07: Germany 3-1 Norway, after extra time (final, Aalborg)

1993
Coach Even Pellerud / Captain Heidi Støre
29/06: Norway 1-0 Denmark (semi-finals, Sportilia)
04/07: Italy 0-1 Norway (final, Cesena)

1995
Coach Even Pellerud / Captain Heidi Støre
26/02: Norway 4-3 Sweden (semi-finals 1st leg, Kristiansand)
04/03: Sweden 4-1 Norway (semi-finals 2nd leg, Jönköping)

1997
Coach Per-Mathias Høgmo / Captain Gro Espeseth
30/06: Denmark 0-5 Norway (group stage, Lillestrom)
03/07: Norway 0-0 Germany (group stage, Moss)
06/07: Norway 0-2 Italy (group stage, Lillestrom)

2001
Coach Åge Steen / Captain Gøril Kringen
25/06: Norway 3-0 France (group stage, Ulm)
28/06: Norway 1-1 Italy (group stage, Reutlingen)
01/07: Denmark 1-0 Norway (group stage, Aalen)
04/07: Germany 1-0 Norway (semi-finals, Ulm)

2005
Coach Bjarne Berntsen / Captain Ane Stangeland
06/06: Germany 1-0 Norway (group stage, Warrington)
09/06: France 1-1 Norway (group stage, Warrington)
12/06: Norway 5-3 Italy (group stage, Preston)
16/06: Norway 3-2 Sweden, after extra time (semi-finals, Warrington)
19/06: Germany 3-1 Norway (final, Blackburn)

2009
Coach Bjarne Berntsen / Captain Ingvild Stensland
24/08: Germany 4-0 Norway (group stage, Tampere)
27/08: Iceland 0-1 Norway (group stage, Lahti)
30/08: Norway 1-1 France (group stage, Helsinki)
04/09: Sweden 1-3 Norway (quarter-finals, Helsinki)
07/09: Germany 3-1 Norway (semi-finals, Helsinki)

2013
Coach Even Pellerud / Captain Ingvild Stensland
11/07: Norway 1-1 Iceland (group stage, Kalmar)
14/07: Norway 1-0 Netherlands (group stage, Kalmar)
17/07: Germany 0-1 Norway (group stage, Kalmar)
22/07: Norway 3-1 Spain (quarter-finals, Kalmar)
25/07: Norway 1-1 Denmark (semi-finals, Norrköping) Won 4-2 on penalties
28/07: Germany 1-0 Norway (final, Solna)

2017
Coach Martin Sjögren / Captain Maren Mjelde
16/07: Netherlands 1-0 Norway (group stage, Utrecht)
20/07: Norway 0-2 Belgium (group stage, Breda)
24/07: Norway 0-1 Denmark (group stage, Deventer)

2022
07/07: Norway vs Northern Ireland (group stage, Southampton)
11/07: England vs Norway (group stage, Brighton & Hove)
15/07: Austria vs Norway (group stage, Brighton & Hove)