John Arne Riise is Norway's most capped player with 110 caps from 2000 to 2013.
John Arne Riise is Norway's most capped player with 110 caps from 2000 to 2013.

The Norway national football team represents Norway in international association football. It is fielded by The Football Association of Norway, NFF, the governing body of football in Norway, and competes as a member of the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA), which encompasses the countries of Europe. Norway competed for the first time on 12 July 1908, in a match the team lost 3–11 against Sweden.

Norway have competed in numerous competitions, and all players who have played between 25 or more matches, either as a member of the starting eleven or as a substitute, are listed below. Each player's details include his usual playing position while with the team, the number of caps earned and goals scored in all international matches, and details of the first and most recent matches played in. The names are initially ordered by number of caps (in descending order), then by date of debut, then by alphabetical order. All statistics are correct up to 18 November 2019.

Key

Player
  This colour background and the * symbol indicate that the player was active at club level as at the date specified above.[1]
Positions key
Pre-1960s 1960s–
GK Goalkeeper
FB Full back DF Defender
HB Half back MF Midfielder
FW Forward
Position
Playing positions are listed according to the tactical formations that were employed at the time. Thus the change in the names of defensive and midfield positions reflects the tactical evolution that occurred from the 1960s onwards.
Caps and goals
Caps and goals comprise those in the FIFA World Cup and UEFA European Championship, their associated qualification matches and international friendly tournaments and matches.

Players

Norway national team football players with at least 25 caps
No. Player Pos. Caps Goals Debut Last or most recent match Ref.
Date Opponent Date Opponent
1 John Arne Riise DF / MF 110 16 31 January 2000  Iceland 22 March 2013  Albania [2]
2 Thorbjørn Svenssen DF 104 0 11 June 1947  Poland 16 May 1962  Netherlands [3]
3 Henning Berg DF 100 9 13 May 1992  Faroe Islands 27 May 2004  Wales [4]
4 Erik Thorstvedt GK 97 0 13 November 1982  Kuwait 27 March 1996  Northern Ireland [5]
5 John Carew FW 91 24 18 November 1998  Egypt 11 October 2011  Cyprus [6]
= Brede Hangeland DF 91 4 20 November 2002  Austria 27 May 2014  France [7]
7 Øyvind Leonhardsen MF 86 19 31 October 1990  Cameroon 7 June 2003  Denmark [8]
8 Kjetil Rekdal MF 83 17 28 May 1987  Italy 27 May 2000  Slovakia [9]
= Morten Gamst Pedersen MF 83 17 18 February 2004  Northern Ireland 9 September 2014  Italy [10]
10 Steffen Iversen FW 79 21 14 October 1998  Albania 26 March 2011  Denmark [11]
11 Erik Mykland MF 78 2 7 November 1990  Tunisia 11 October 2000  Ukraine [12]
12 Svein Grøndalen DF 77 0 25 July 1973  North Korea 26 September 1984  Denmark [13]
13 Tore André Flo FW 76 23 11 October 1995  England 18 August 2004  Belgium [14]
14 Stig Inge Bjørnebye DF 75 1 31 May 1989  Austria 7 October 2000  Wales [15]
15 Jan Åge Fjørtoft FW 71 20 26 February 1986  Grenada 1 September 1996  Georgia [16]
16 Ole Gunnar Solskjær FW 67 23 26 November 1995  Jamaica 7 February 2007  Croatia [17]
17 Terje Kojedal DF 66 1 12 August 1981  Nigeria 15 November 1989  Scotland [18]
18 Jahn Ivar "Mini" Jakobsen MF 65 11 9 August 1988  Bulgaria 16 June 1998  Scotland [19]
= Rune Jarstein * GK 69 0 22 August 2007  Argentina 11 October 2020  Northern Ireland [20]
20 Gunnar Thoresen FW 64 22 16 June 1946  Denmark 28 June 1959  Finland [21]
= Gunnar Halle DF 64 5 14 November 1987  Bulgaria 18 August 1999  Lithuania [22]
22 André Bergdølmo DF 63 0 18 January 1997  South Korea 12 November 2005  Czech Republic [23]
23 Olav Nilsen MF 62 19 21 June 1962  Sweden 8 August 1971  Sweden [24]
= Ronny Johnsen DF 62 3 8 August 1991  Sweden 22 August 2007  Argentina [25]
25 Roar Johansen DF 61 0 28 May 1958  Netherlands 24 September 1967  Denmark [26]
26 Rune Bratseth DF 60 4 26 February 1986  Grenada 28 June 1994  Republic of Ireland [27]
= Tarik Elyounoussi * FW 60 10 28 May 2008  Uruguay 18 November 2019  Malta [28]
28 Harry Boye Karlsen FB / HB 58 4 16 June 1946  Denmark 28 June 1956  Romania [29]
= Ståle Solbakken MF 58 9 9 March 1994  Wales 21 June 2000  Slovenia [30]
30 Thomas Myhre GK 56 0 22 April 1998  Denmark 28 March 2007  Turkey [31]
31 Gøran Sørloth FW 55 15 22 May 1985  Sweden 28 June 1994  Republic of Ireland [32]
32 Arne Bakker DF 54 0 19 May 1953  England 11 June 1962  Denmark [33]
= Arne Larsen Økland FW 54 13 29 March 1978  Spain 28 May 1987  Italy [34]
= Per Egil Ahlsen DF / MF 54 3 26 October 1983  Finland 4 February 1992  Bermuda [35]
= Christian Grindheim * MF 54 2 17 August 2005   Switzerland 27 August 2014  United Arab Emirates [36]
= Markus Henriksen * MF 58 3 12 October 2010  Croatia 14 October 2020  Northern Ireland [37]
37 Jostein Flo FW 53 11 6 May 1987  Turkey 4 February 2000  Sweden [38]
= Stefan Johansen * MF 54 6 14 August 2013  Sweden 7 September 2020  Northern Ireland [39]
39 Asbjørn Hansen GK 52 0 25 June 1952  Yugoslavia 5 November 1961  Malta [40]
= Tor Egil Johansen MF 52 7 26 May 1971  Iceland 4 June 1980  Denmark [41]
= Vidar Riseth DF / MF 52 4 8 October 1997  Colombia 21 November 2007  Malta [42]
= Daniel Braaten * MF 52 4 25 January 2004  Honduras 27 May 2014  France [43]
= Håvard Nordtveit * DF / MF 52 2 7 June 2011  Lithuania 12 October 2019  Spain [44]
44 Reidar Kvammen FW 51 17 5 November 1933  Germany 19 June 1949  Spain [45]
45 Åge Hareide DF / MF 50 5 24 June 1976  Denmark 4 June 1986  Romania [46]
= Hallvar Thoresen MF 50 9 21 May 1978  Republic of Ireland 12 August 1987  Sweden [47]
= Frode Grodås GK 50 0 30 October 1991  Hungary 7 September 2002  Denmark [48]
48 Lars Bohinen MF 49 10 25 October 1989  Kuwait 27 March 1999  Greece [49]
= Tom Høgli DF 49 2 20 August 2008  Republic of Ireland 12 November 2015  Hungary [50]
50 Henry "Tippen" Johansen GK 48 0 10 October 1926  Poland 9 November 1938  England [51]
= Finn Thorsen DF 48 0 16 September 1962  Sweden 8 August 1971  Sweden [52]
52 Nils Eriksen FB 47 0 6 September 1931  Finland 22 October 1939  Denmark [53]
= Tom Lund FW 47 12 26 May 1971  Iceland 27 October 1982  Bulgaria [54]
54 Gunnar Andersen HB 46 0 17 September 1911  Sweden 14 September 1924  Denmark [55]
= Vidar Davidsen MF 46 5 9 August 1979  Finland 29 October 1986  Soviet Union [56]
= Petter Rudi MF 46 3 26 November 1995  Jamaica 1 March 2006  Senegal [57]
= Joshua King * FW 51 17 7 September 2012  Iceland 14 October 2020  Northern Ireland [58]
58 Jørgen Juve FW 45 33 3 June 1928  Finland 13 June 1937  Denmark [59]
= Odd Iversen FW 45 19 1 June 1967  Finland 12 September 1979  Belgium [60]
= Tore Pedersen DF 45 0 12 September 1990  Soviet Union 5 June 1999  Albania [61]
61 Omar Elabdellaoui * DF 49 0 14 August 2013  Sweden 14 October 2020  Northern Ireland [62]
62 Harald Hennum FW 43 25 2 October 1949  Sweden 6 November 1960  Republic of Ireland [63]
= Trygve Bornø MF 43 0 18 September 1966  Sweden 1 November 1972  Netherlands [64]
= Harald Berg MF 43 12 1 July 1964   Switzerland 6 June 1974  Scotland [65]
= Martin Andresen MF 43 3 15 August 2001  Turkey 1 April 2009  Finland [66]
= Per Ciljan Skjelbred * MF 43 1 28 March 2007  Turkey 11 November 2016  Czech Republic [67]
67 Sigbjørn Slinning DF 42 1 3 July 1969  Bermuda 19 May 1976  Iceland [68]
= Pål Jacobsen FW 42 13 15 May 1975  Finland 30 April 1986  Argentina [69]
= Roar Strand MF 42 4 5 June 1994  Sweden 15 November 2003  Spain [70]
70 Per Skou FB 41 1 17 September 1911  Sweden 16 September 1923  Sweden [71]
= Arne Legernes MF 41 1 8 May 1955  Hungary 5 November 1961  Malta [72]
= Sverre Andersen GK 41 0 26 August 1956  Finland 9 June 1968  Poland [73]
= Trond Pedersen DF 41 0 9 June 1975  Yugoslavia 31 October 1981  Hungary [74]
74 Arne Pedersen MF / FW 40 11 10 November 1957  Hungary 19 November 1966  West Germany [75]
= Christer Basma DF 40 0 29 November 1995  Trinidad and Tobago 25 January 2005  Bahrain [76]
= Claus Lundekvam DF 40 2 26 November 1995  Jamaica 7 September 2005  Scotland [77]
= Jan Gunnar Solli MF 40 1 20 August 2003  Scotland 3 September 2010  Iceland [78]
78 Harald Sunde MF 39 5 20 August 1964  Finland 3 November 1973  Luxembourg [79]
= Erik Solér MF 39 4 22 September 1982  Wales 28 July 1988  Brazil [80]
= Tom Sundby MF 39 6 15 June 1983  Finland 14 September 1988  Scotland [81]
= Ruben Yttergård Jenssen * MF 39 0 29 May 2010  Montenegro 4 September 2016  Germany [82]
82 Erik Johansen FW 38 9 1 July 1961  Soviet Union 13 May 1970  Czechoslovakia [83]
= Svein Kvia MF 38 3 3 July 1969  Bermuda 22 September 1976  Sweden [84]
= Anders Giske DF 38 0 14 November 1979  West Germany 14 June 1989  Yugoslavia [85]
= Bent Skammelsrud MF 38 6 14 November 1987  Bulgaria 2 September 2000  Armenia [86]
= Trond Andersen MF 38 0 20 May 1999  Jamaica 20 April 2005  Estonia [87]
= Sigurd Rushfeldt FW 38 7 5 June 1994  Sweden 21 November 2007  Malta [88]
= Thorstein Helstad FW 38 10 16 August 2000  Finland 17 November 2010  Republic of Ireland [89]
89 Alexander Olsen HB 37 1 31 August 1919  Netherlands 25 September 1932  Denmark [90]
= Bjørn Spydevold FB / HB 37 1 26 August 1945  Denmark 19 May 1953  England [91]
= Kjetil Osvold MF 37 3 17 December 1984  Egypt 23 August 1989  Greece [92]
92 Øivind Holmsen FB 36 0 8 June 1934  Austria 21 October 1945  Sweden [93]
= Karl Petter Løken FW 36 1 14 November 1987  Bulgaria 15 November 1995  Netherlands [94]
= Erik Huseklepp FW 36 7 19 November 2008  Ukraine 18 January 2014  Poland [95]
95 Bjørn Borgen MF 35 6 12 June 1957  Hungary 13 November 1966  Bulgaria [96]
= Per Pettersen DF / MF 35 1 5 November 1967  Sweden 3 November 1973  Luxembourg [97]
= Helge Karlsen DF 35 0 21 June 1973  Denmark 7 June 1979  Scotland [98]
= Einar Aas DF 35 3 30 June 1977  Iceland 29 October 1986  Soviet Union [99]
= Sverre Brandhaug MF 35 2 3 June 1981  Romania 1 May 1991  Cyprus [100]
= Frode Johnsen FW 35 10 16 August 2000  Finland 15 August 2013  Iceland [101]
= Bjørn Helge Riise MF 35 1 15 November 2006  Serbia 12 January 2013  Zambia [102]
= Espen Ruud * DF 35 1 14 November 2009   Switzerland 18 January 2014  Poland [103]
103 Thorleif Olsen HB 34 0 26 November 1950  Republic of Ireland 11 September 1955  Denmark [104]
= Kjell Kaspersen GK 34 1 27 June 1961  Finland 9 June 1971  Bulgaria [105]
= Kai Erik Herlovsen DF / MF 34 0 28 April 1982  Finland 2 November 1988  Cyprus [106]
= Alf-Inge Håland DF 34 0 19 January 1994  Costa Rica 25 April 2001  Bulgaria [107]
= Alexander Tettey * MF 34 3 22 August 2007  Argentina 11 November 2016  Czech Republic [108]
108 Einar Gundersen FW 33 26 17 June 1917  Denmark 7 June 1928  Sweden [109]
= Arne Brustad HB / FW 33 17 31 May 1935  Hungary 16 June 1946  Denmark [110]
= Jan Birkelund DF 33 0 6 June 1973  Republic of Ireland 25 October 1978  Scotland [111]
= Bjarne Berntsen DF 33 0 9 August 1978  Finland 27 October 1982  Bulgaria [112]
= Svein Fjælberg MF 33 0 26 September 1979  West Germany 24 September 1986  East Germany [113]
= Mohammed Abdellaoue FW 33 7 20 August 2008  Republic of Ireland 28 March 2015  Croatia [114]
= Vegard Forren * DF 33 1 18 January 2012  Thailand 11 November 2016  Czech Republic [115]
115 Finn Berstad FW 32 13 25 May 1921  Finland 3 September 1933  Finland [116]
= Geir Karlsen GK 32 0 13 November 1969  Guatemala 30 October 1977   Switzerland [117][118]
= Roger Nilsen DF 32 3 31 October 1990  Cameroon 4 February 2000  Sweden [119]
= Kjetil Wæhler DF 32 1 17 August 2005   Switzerland 11 June 2013  Macedonia [120]
= Alexander Søderlund * FW 32 2 15 January 2012  Denmark 14 November 2017  Slovakia [121]
= Ole Selnæs * MF 32 2 24 March 2016  Estonia 15 November 2019  Faroe Islands [122]
121 Roald "Kniksen" Jensen MF 31 5 22 June 1960  Austria 27 October 1971  Hungary [123]
= Harry Hestad MF 31 5 8 May 1969  Mexico 24 June 1976  Denmark [124]
= Per Edmund Mordt DF 31 1 31 July 1984  France 23 August 1989  Greece [125]
124 Erik Hoftun DF 30 0 25 January 1997  Australia 17 April 2002  Sweden [126]
125 Nils Arne Eggen DF 29 0 14 August 1963  Sweden 13 November 1969  Guatemala [127]
= Arild Mathisen DF 29 0 31 October 1965  Sweden 22 June 1971  West Germany [128]
= Tore Kordahl DF 29 0 23 May 1974  East Germany 23 September 1981  Denmark [129]
= Tore Reginiussen * DF 30 4 26 March 2008  Montenegro 8 October 2020  Serbia [130]
129 Otto Aulie FB 28 0 26 October 1913  Sweden 2 October 1921  Denmark [131]
= Kristian Henriksen HB 28 0 2 September 1934  Finland 15 September 1946  Sweden [132]
= Edgar Falch FB 28 0 4 July 1954  Iceland 18 October 1959  Sweden [133]
= Thor Spydevold DF 28 1 18 July 1968  Iceland 1 November 1972  Netherlands [134]
= Stein Thunberg MF 28 4 6 June 1974  Scotland 29 August 1979  Austria [135]
= Erik Hagen DF 28 3 9 October 2004  Scotland 21 November 2007  Malta [136]
= Kristofer Hæstad MF 28 1 24 May 2005  Costa Rica 17 November 2010  Republic of Ireland [137]
= Even Hovland * DF 29 0 15 January 2012  Sweden 7 September 2020  Northern Ireland [138]
= Haitam Aleesami * DF 30 0 10 October 2015  Malta 7 September 2020  Northern Ireland [139]
= Ørjan Nyland * GK 28 0 19 November 2013  Scotland 18 November 2019  Malta [140]
139 Erik Holmberg FB 27 0 8 July 1946  Denmark 22 November 1953  West Germany [141]
= Gunnar Dybwad FW 27 11 15 May 1951  England 22 June 1960  Austria [142]
= Thor Hernes HB 27 0 24 June 1953  Saar 26 August 1956  Finland [143]
= Trygve Andersen MF 27 1 8 July 1957  Iceland 27 May 1965  Luxembourg [144]
= Jørn Andersen FW 27 5 17 April 1985  East Germany 10 October 1990  Hungary [145]
= Eirik Bakke MF 27 0 20 January 1999  Israel 26 March 2008  Montenegro [146]
145 Adolph Wold HB 26 3 3 November 1912  Sweden 21 September 1919  Denmark [147]
= Rolf Holmberg HB 26 0 26 July 1936  Sweden 3 September 1939  Finland [148]
= Arne Natland DF / MF 26 0 19 June 1949  Yugoslavia 6 November 1960  Republic of Ireland [149]
= Kjell Kristiansen FW 26 10 31 August 1952  Finland 13 September 1959  Denmark [150]
= Edgar Stakset DF 26 0 28 August 1960  Finland 1 June 1967  Finland [151]
= Tom Rüsz Jacobsen GK 26 0 24 September 1975  Soviet Union 12 October 1983  Yugoslavia [152]
= Frode Olsen GK 26 0 6 February 1995  Estonia 19 November 2003  Spain [153]
= Håvard Flo FW 26 7 9 October 1996  Hungary 18 February 2004  Northern Ireland [154]
153 Thaulow Goberg FB 25 0 16 September 1923  Sweden 27 September 1931  Sweden [155]
= Jacob Berner HB 25 0 30 September 1923  Denmark 2 November 1930  Germany [156]
= Arne Børresen HB 25 1 23 September 1928  Germany 5 September 1937  Finland [157]
= Alf Martinsen FW 25 10 26 July 1936  Sweden 28 July 1946  Luxembourg [158]
= Odd Wang Sørensen FW 25 17 24 July 1947  Iceland 25 May 1955  Republic of Ireland [159]
= Per Kristoffersen FW 25 6 12 June 1957  Hungary 19 November 1966  West Germany [160]
= Svein Mathisen MF / FW 25 2 7 July 1975  Iceland 26 September 1984  Denmark [161]
= Roger Albertsen MF 25 3 8 September 1976   Switzerland 12 September 1984   Switzerland [162]
= Ola By Rise GK 25 0 20 December 1984  Egypt 22 May 1994  England [163]
= Dan Eggen DF 25 2 11 August 1993  Faroe Islands 25 April 2001  Bulgaria [164]
= Jon Inge Høiland DF 25 1 22 January 2004  Sweden 29 May 2010  Montenegro [165]

See also

References

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