List of Norwegian bandy champions

Mjøndalen IF beating Frigg Oslo 3-1 in the national bandy final of 1947

This list of Norwegian bandy champions shows all champions since the start. Championship for men's teams have been played since 1912, championship for women's teams have been played since 1984.

The winner of the men's teams championship is given a trophy called kongepokal ("king's cyp"). The team having won the most championships is Stabæk IF, having won 20 championships including the one in 2014, overtaking Drafn’s 19 that year.

The Norwegian Bandy Premier League (Eliteserien) has been played since 1932 and consists (for the time being) of eight teams. After the regular league, the six leading of the league teams go to a play-off which decides what team will be the Norwegian champion.

From the start in 1912, bandy in Norway was played with seven players on each team and was called «ishockey»[1] (literally "ice hockey"), but the sport was actually bandy. Starting in 1929, eleven-man teams have been used, just as in other countries, and the same year Norges Ishockeyforbund was renamed Norges Bandyforbund.[2]

Norwegian championsEdit

7-a side bandy 1912–1928

Year Champion Score Runner-up Venue
1912 IF Ready 11-2 Kristiania Hockeyklub Bislett stadion, Oslo
1913 IF Ready w.o. Kristiania Hockeyklub
1914 Cancelled[a]
1915 IF Ready 11-3 SFK Trygg Frogner stadion, Oslo
1916 IF Ready 14-6 SFK Trygg Frogner stadion, Oslo
1917 IF Ready 21-7 Frigg Oslo FK Frogner stadion, Oslo
1918 IF Ready 11-5 SFK Trygg Frogner stadion, Oslo
1919 IF Ready 9-5 SFK Trygg Frogner stadion, Oslo
1920 IF Ready 7-5 eeo. SFK Trygg Dælenenga, Oslo
1921 SFK Trygg 1-0 IF Ready Dælenenga, Oslo
1922 IF Ready 5-3 SFK Trygg Bislett stadion, Oslo
1923 IF Ready 6-1 Frigg Oslo FK Marienlyst stadion, Drammen
1924 IF Ready 7-1 SK Drafn Malakoff, Moss
1925 IF Ready 7-3 SK Drafn Bislett stadion, Oslo
1926 SK Drafn 6-1 SFK Trygg Marienlyst stadion, Drammen
1927 IF Ready 3-0 SFK Trygg Bislett stadion, Oslo
1928 SK Forward 3-2 Grane FK Dælenenga, Oslo

11-a side bandy since 1929

Year Champion Score Runner-up Venue
1929 B.14 3-1 SFK Trygg Dælenenga, Oslo
1930 Mjøndalen IF 2-0 SFK Trygg Marienlyst stadion, Drammen
1931 Grane FK 5-2 Mjøndalen IF Kadettangen, Bærum
1932 SK Drafn 1-0 Grane FK Dælenenga, Oslo
1933 SK Drafn 2-0 Grane FK Marienlyst stadion, Drammen
1934 Grane FK 4-2 Stabæk IF Dælenenga, Oslo
1935 SK Drafn 2-1 Stabæk IF Mjøndalen
1936 Grane FK 2-1 eeo. Mjøndalen IF Dælenenga, Oslo
1937 Mjøndalen IF 4-0 Grane FK Stabekkbanen, Bærum
1938 SK Drafn 2-2 eeo.
Replay 4-2
Mjøndalen IF Marienlyst stadion, Drammen
Mjøndalen
1939 SBK Skiold 1-0 SK Drafn Marienlyst stadion, Drammen
1940 Mjøndalen IF 2-0 Stabæk IF Kadettangen, Bærum
1941–1945: Cancelled[b]
1946 SK Drafn 1-1
Replay 3-1
Grane FK Bislett stadion, Oslo
Marienlyst stadion, Drammen
1947 Mjøndalen IF 3-1 Frigg Oslo FK Bislett stadion, Oslo
1948 SK Drafn 1-0 Frigg Oslo FK Marienlyst stadion, Drammen
1949 Idrettslaget Mode 3-2 eeo. SK Drafn Marienlyst stadion, Drammen
1950 SK Drafn 3-1 Idrettslaget Mode Kadettangen, Bærum
1951 SK Drafn 2-2
Replay 2-1
Idrettslaget Mode Marienlyst stadion, Drammen
Kadettangen, Bærum
1952 Stabæk IF 4-3 Mjøndalen IF Mjøndalen
1953 Stabæk IF 3-2 SK Drafn Kadettangen, Bærum
1954 SK Drafn 3-1 Stabæk IF Marienlyst stadion, Drammen
1955 Stabæk IF 3-1 Mjøndalen IF Stabekkbanen, Bærum
1956 SK Drafn[c]
1957 SBK Skiold[c]
1958 Sagene IF[c]
1959 SK Drafn[c]
1960 SK Drafn 0-1
4-2[d]
Sagene Dælenenga, Oslo
Marienlyst stadion, Drammen
1961 SK Drafn 5-1 Sagene IF Dælenenga, Oslo
1962 Strømsgodset IF 4-0 IF Sparta Marienlyst stadion, Drammen
1963 Strømsgodset IF 5-0 SK Drafn Marienlyst stadion, Drammen
1964 SK Drafn 4-2 Strømsgodset IF Marienlyst stadion, Drammen
1965 Strømsgodset IF 5-0 SBK Skiold Gulskogen, Drammen
1966 Sagene IF 1-1 eeo.
Replay 2-1
Strømsgodset IF Dælenenga, Oslo
Marienlyst stadion, Drammen
1967 Strømsgodset IF 2-1 Tåsen Idrettslag Marienlyst stadion, Drammen
1968 Strømsgodset IF 5-3 SK Drafn Gulskogen, Drammen
1969 Mjøndalen IF 2-1 SK Drafn Mjøndalen
1970 Strømsgodset IF 3-1 Stabæk IF Nadderud stadion, Bærum
1971 SK Drafn 4-2 Strømsgodset IF Marienlyst stadion, Drammen
1972 SK Drafn 4-1 Mjøndalen IF Marienlyst stadion, Drammen
1973 SK Drafn[c]
1974 Ullevål Idrettslag 3-2 eeo. SK Drafn Valle Hovin, Oslo
1975 Ullevål Idrettslag 5-0 Mjøndalen IF Nedre Eiker stadion, Mjøndalen
1976 Mjøndalen IF 4-3 Stabæk IF Valle Hovin, Oslo
1977 Stabæk IF 7-1 Ullevål Idrettslag Valle Hovin, Oslo
1978 Ullevål Idrettslag 3-1 Mjøndalen IF Valle Hovin, Oslo
1979 Mjøndalen IF 7-4 Ullevål Idrettslag Valle Hovin, Oslo
1980 Mjøndalen IF 3-0 Ullevål Idrettslag Valle Hovin, Oslo
1981 Solberg SK 4-2 Mjøndalen IF Valle Hovin, Oslo
1982 Mjøndalen IF 6-4 Solberg SK Valle Hovin, Oslo
1983 Solberg SK 7-5 Stabæk IF Valle Hovin, Oslo
1984 Mjøndalen IF 9-5 Stabæk IF Valle Hovin, Oslo
1985 Solberg SK 4-1 Mjøndalen IF Valle Hovin, Oslo
1986 Solberg SK 7-3 SK Drafn Valle Hovin, Oslo
1987 Stabæk IF 2-1 SK Drafn Valle Hovin, Oslo
1988 Solberg SK 5-2 Stabæk IF Valle Hovin, Oslo
1989 Solberg SK 9-1 Stabæk IF Valle Hovin, Oslo
1990 Solberg SK 6-3 Stabæk IF Valle Hovin, Oslo
1991 SK Drafn 5-2 Solberg SK Vassenga, Mjøndalen
1992 Sarpsborg BK 5-1 SK Drafn Sarpsborg kunstis, Sarpsborg
1993 Stabæk IF 11-1 Sarpsborg BK Hauger idrettspark, Bærum
1994 Stabæk IF 5-0 Mjøndalen IF Norges idrettshøgskole, Oslo
1995 Stabæk IF 3-2 eeo. Solberg SK Valle Hovin, Oslo
1996 Stabæk IF 8-0 Mjøndalen IF Vikingskipet, Hamar
1997 Stabæk IF 11-2 Røa Idrettslag Hauger idrettspark, Bærum
1998 Solberg SK 4-3 eeo. Stabæk IF Hauger idrettspark, Bærum
1999 Stabæk IF 6-4 Solberg SK Hauger idrettspark, Bærum
2000 Stabæk IF 11-3 Røa Idrettslag Hauger idrettspark, Bærum
2001 Stabæk IF 11-1 Mjøndalen IF Hauger idrettspark, Bærum
2002 Mjøndalen IF 6-4 Stabæk IF Hauger idrettspark, Bærum
2003 Mjøndalen IF 5-3 Sarpsborg BK Hauger idrettspark, Bærum
2004 Mjøndalen IF 4-2 Stabæk IF Hauger idrettspark, Bærum
2005 Mjøndalen IF 9-6 Solberg SK Marienlyst stadion, Drammen
2006 Stabæk IF 5-4 Mjøndalen IF Marienlyst stadion, Drammen
2007 Stabæk IF 6-3 Mjøndalen IF Stabekkbanen, Bærum
2008 Stabæk IF 8-5 Solberg SK Stabekkbanen, Bærum
2009 Stabæk IF 5-3 Solberg SK Marienlyst stadion, Drammen
2010 Solberg SK 8-1 Stabæk IF Marienlyst stadion, Drammen
2011 Stabæk IF 5-4 Mjøndalen IF Marienlyst stadion, Drammen
2012 Stabæk IF 6-4 Solberg SK Stabekkbanen, Bærum
2013 Ullevål Idrettslag 3-2 eeo. Stabæk IF Stabekkbanen, Bærum
2014 Stabæk IF 5-2 IF Ready Marienlyst stadion, Drammen
2015 IF Ready 6-4 Stabæk IF Frogner stadion, Oslo
2016 Stabæk IF 8-4 Solberg SK Frogner stadion, Oslo
Notes
  1. ^ No championship was played in 1914 due to warm winter weather.
  2. ^ No official championship was played due to World War II in 1941–1945. However, in 1943–1945 illegal championships were played. The unofficial champions for these years were Stabæk IF in 1943, Bestum IF in 1944 and Stabæk IF in 1945.
  3. ^ a b c d e No play-off this year; the league winner was named champion.
  4. ^ Final played as two matches.

TitlesEdit

Men's and women's titles the same yearEdit

Years Club
4 Stabæk IF (1995, 2007, 2011, 2016)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Halfdan Ditlev-Simonsen (1923). "Ishockey". In K. Vilh. Amundsen (ed.). Idrætsboken. Bind III. Oslo: Aschehoug. p. 3.
  2. ^ "Historikk". Norway's Bandy Association. December 2000. Retrieved 14 March 2014.