Norwegian football clubs in European competitions

Norwegian football teams have entered Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) club competitions every season since 1960. Nineteen clubs have represented Norway in four official tournaments: Champions League (originally the European Cup), Europa League (originally the UEFA Cup), the Cup Winners' Cup and the Intertoto Cup, the latter two which are now defunct. Rosenborg has participated in 30 seasons, more than any other Norwegian team, while Fyllingen, Gjøvik-Lyn, Haugar and Kongsvinger have only participated once each. No Norwegian teams have ever advanced past the quarter-finals of any tournament, with Rosenborg, Lyn, Brann and Vålerenga having reached one quarter-final each.

Fredrikstad made Norway's debut by winning over Ajax in the 1960–61 European Cup. They would represent Norway for the first three seasons until Lyn took the place in 1963–64. The same year Gjøvik-Lyn debuted for Norway in the Cup Winners' Cup. Rosenborg made Norway's debut in the UEFA Cup in 1971. In 93 entries between 1960 and 1992, Norwegian clubs only succeeded at advancing past the first fixture sixteen times, and only once past the second, when Lyn reached the 1968–69 European Cup Winners' Cup quarter-finals. From 1993 Norwegian clubs started advancing past the first rounds more regularly. Rosenborg reached the group stage of the 1995–96 UEFA Champions League and would qualify for that level eight consecutive times and eleven in total. The following season Rosenborg reached the quarter-finals, the same season as Brann reached the quarter-finals of the Cup Winners' Cup. Vålerenga would match the feat in the 1998–99 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup. The following year Molde qualified to bring two teams to the group stage of the 1999–2000 UEFA Champions League. The 2005–06 season saw Rosenborg play in the Champions League group stage and both Viking and Tromsø play in the UEFA Cup group stage. Rosenborg is the only team qualify for the UEFA Cup by winning all its matches in the Intertoto Cup, an achievement they completed in 2008.

Werder Bremen has eliminated Norwegian teams a record all of their five attempts. Linfield has played Norwegian teams a record seven times, with the team being eliminated a record five times. Viking holds a Norwegian record 18–0 victory Principat from 1999, while Leeds United served a Norwegian record 0–16 defeat for Lyn in 1969.

ResultsEdit

Key
Season Tournament Club Eliminated by Score Round Eliminated team(s) Ref(s)
1960–61 European Cup Fredrikstad   AGF Aarhus 0–4 R1   Ajax (4–3) [1]
1961–62 European Cup   Standard Liège 0–4 PR [2]
1962–63 European Cup   Vasas 1–11 PR [3]
1963–64 European Cup Lyn   Borussia Dortmund 3–7 PR [4]
1963–64 Cup Winners' Cup Gjøvik-Lyn   APOEL 0–7 R1 [5]
1964–65 European Cup Lyn   Amsterdam 1–8 R1   Reipas Lahti (4–2) [6]
1964–65 Cup Winners' Cup Skeid   Haka 1–2 R1 [7]
1965–66 European Cup Lyn   Derry City 6–8 PR [8]
1965–66 Cup Winners' Cup Rosenborg   Dynamo Kyiv 1–6 R1   KR (6–2) [9][10]
1966–67 European Cup Vålerenga   Linfield 2–5 R2   KF Tirana (wo) [11]
1966–67 Cup Winners' Cup Skeid   Real Zaragoza 4–5 R1 [12]
1967–68 European Cup   Sparta Prague 1–2 R1 [13]
1967–68 Cup Winners' Cup Fredrikstad   Vitória 2–7 R1 [14]
1968–69 European Cup Rosenborg   Rapid Wien 4–6 R1 [15]
1968–69 Cup Winners' Cup Lyn   Barcelona 4–5 QF   Altay (5–4),   Norrköping (4–3) [16][17][18]
1969–70 European Cup   Leeds United 0–16 R1 [19]
1969–70 Cup Winners' Cup Mjøndalen   Cardiff 2–12 R1 [20]
1970–71 European Cup Rosenborg   Standard Liège 0–7 R1 [21]
1970–71 Cup Winners' Cup Strømsgodset   Nantes 3–7 R1 [22]
1971–72 European Cup   Arsenal 1–7 R1 [23]
1971–72 Cup Winners' Cup Lyn   Sporting 0–7 R1 [24]
1971–72 UEFA Cup Rosenborg   Lierse 4–4 (ag) R2   HJK Helsinki (4–0) [25]
1972–73 European Cup   Celtic 2–5 R1 [26]
1972–73 Cup Winners' Cup Fredrikstad   Hajduk Split 0–2 R1 [27]
1972–73 UEFA Cup Viking   Köln 2–10 R2   Vestmannaeyja (1–0) [28]
1972–73 UEFA Cup Lyn   Tottenham Hotspur 3–12 R1 [29]
1973–74 European Cup Viking   Spartak Trnava 1–3 R1 [30]
1973–74 Cup Winners' Cup Brann   Glentoran 0–2 R2   Gżira (9–0) [31][32]
1973–74 UEFA Cup Fredrikstad   Dynamo Kyiv 0–5 R1 [33]
1973–74 UEFA Cup Strømsgodset   Leeds 2–7 R1 [34]
1974–75 European Cup Viking   Ararat Yerevan 2–6 R1 [35]
1974–75 Cup Winners' Cup Strømsgodset   Liverpool 0–12 R1 [36]
1974–75 UEFA Cup Rosenborg   Hibernian 3–12 R1 [37]
1974–75 UEFA Cup Start   Djurgården 1–7 R1 [38]
1975–76 European Cup Viking   Molenbeek 2–4 R1 [39]
1975–76 Cup Winners' Cup Skeid   Stal Rzeszów 0–12 R1 [40]
1975–76 UEFA Cup Molde   Öster 1–6 R1 [41]
1975–76 UEFA Cup Vålerenga   Athlone 2–4 R1 [42]
1976–77 European Cup Viking   Baník Ostrava 2–3 R1 [43]
1976–77 Cup Winners' Cup Bodø/Glimt   Napoli 0–3 R1 [44]
1976–77 UEFA Cup Brann   Queens Park Rangers 1–11 R1 [45]
1976–77 UEFA Cup Start   Wacker Innsbruck 1–7 R1 [46]
1977–78 Cup Winners' Cup Brann   Twente 1–4 R2   Akranes (5–0) [47][48]
1977–78 European Cup Lillestrøm   Ajax 2–4 R1 [49]
1977–78 UEFA Cup Start   Braunschweig 1–4 R2   Fram (8–0) [50]
1977–78 UEFA Cup Mjøndalen   Bayern Munich 0–12 R1 [51]
1978–79 European Cup Lillestrøm   Austria Wien 1–4 R2   Linfield (1–0) [52]
1978–79 Cup Winners' Cup Bodø/Glimt   Internazionale 1–7 R2   Union Luxembourg (4–2) [53][54]
1978–79 UEFA Cup Molde   Torpedo Moscow 3–7 R1 [55]
1978–79 UEFA Cup Start   Esbjerg 0–1 R1 [56]
1979–80 European Cup   Strasbourg 1–6 R1 [57]
1979–80 Cup Winners' Cup Lillestrøm   Rangers 0–3 PR [58]
1979–80 UEFA Cup Skeid   Ipswich 1–10 R1 [59]
1979–80 UEFA Cup Viking   Borussia Mönchengladbach 1–4 R1 [60]
1980–81 European Cup   Red Star Belgrade 3–7 R1 [61]
1980–81 Cup Winners' Cup Haugar   Newport 0–6 R2   Sion (3–1) [62][63]
1980–81 UEFA Cup Moss   Magdeburg 3–5 R1 [64]
1981–82 European Cup Start   AZ 1–4 R1 [65]
1981–82 Cup Winners' Cup Vålerenga   Legia Warsaw 3–6 R1 [66]
1981–82 UEFA Cup Bryne   Winterslag 2–3 R1 [67]
1982–83 European Cup Vålerenga   Dinamo București 3–4 PR [68]
1982–83 Cup Winners' Cup Lillestrøm   Red Star Belgrade 0–7 R1 [69]
1982–83 UEFA Cup Viking   Dundee United 1–3 R2   Lokomotive Leipzig (3–3) [70]
1983–84 European Cup   Partizan 1–5 R1 [71]
1983–84 Cup Winners' Cup Brann   NEC Nijmegen 1–2 R1 [72]
1983–84 UEFA Cup Bryne   Anderlecht 1–4 R1 [73]
1984–85 European Cup Vålerenga   Sparta Prague 0–4 R1 [74]
1984–85 Cup Winners' Cup Moss   Bayern Munich 2–6 R1 [75]
1984–85 UEFA Cup Lillestrøm   Lokomotive Leipzig 3–7 R1 [76]
1985–86 European Cup Vålerenga   Zenit Leningrad 0–4 R1 [77]
1985–86 Cup Winners' Cup Fredrikstad   Bangor City 1–1 (ag) R1 [78]
1985–86 UEFA Cup Viking   Legia Warsaw 1–4 R1 [79]
1986–87 European Cup Rosenborg   Red Star Belgrade 1–7 R2   Linfield (2–1) [80]
1986–87 Cup Winners' Cup Lillestrøm   Benfica 1–4 R1 [81]
1986–87 UEFA Cup Vålerenga   Beveren 1–4 R1 [82]
1987–88 European Cup Lillestrøm   Bordeaux 0–1 R2   Linfield (5–3) [83]
1987–88 Cup Winners' Cup Tromsø   St Mirren 0–1 R1 [84]
1987–88 UEFA Cup Mjøndalen   Werder Bremen 1–5 R1 [85]
1988–89 European Cup Moss   Real Madrid 0–4 R1 [86]
1988–89 Cup Winners' Cup Bryne   Békéscsaba 2–4 PR [87]
1988–89 UEFA Cup Molde   Waregem 1–5 R1 [88]
1989–90 European Cup Rosenborg   Mechelen 0–5 R1 [89]
1989–90 Cup Winners' Cup Brann   Sampdoria 0–3 R1 [90]
1989–90 UEFA Cup Lillestrøm   Werder Bremen 1–5 R1 [91]
1990–91 European Cup   Club Brugge 1–3 R1 [92]
1990–91 Cup Winners' Cup Viking   Liège 0–5 R1 [93]
1990–91 UEFA Cup Rosenborg   Chornomorets Odesa 3–4 R1 [94]
1991–92 European Cup   Sampdoria 1–7 R1 [95]
1991–92 Cup Winners' Cup Fyllingen   Atlético Madrid 2–8 R1 [96]
1991–92 UEFA Cup Tromsø   Wacker Innsbruck 2–3 R1 [97]
1992–93 Champions League Viking   Barcelona 0–1 R1 [98]
1992–93 Cup Winners' Cup Strømsgodset   Hapoel Petah Tikva 0–4 PR [99]
1992–93 UEFA Cup Rosenborg   Dynamo Moscow 3–5 R1 [100]
1993–94 Champions League   Austria Wien 4–5 R1   Avenir Beggen (3–0) [101]
1993–94 Cup Winners' Cup Lillestrøm   Torino 2–3 R1   Nikol Tallinn (8–1) [102][103]
1993–94 UEFA Cup Kongsvinger   Juventus 1–3 R2   Öster (7–2) [104]
1994–95 Cup Winners' Cup Bodø/Glimt   Sampdoria 3–4 R1   Olimpija Rīga (6–0) [105][106]
1994–95 UEFA Cup Lillestrøm   Bordeaux 1–5 R2   Shakhtar Donetsk (4–3) [107]
1994–95 UEFA Cup Rosenborg   Deportivo de La Coruña 2–4 (aet) R2   Grevenmacher (8–1) [108]
1995–96 Champions League   Spartak Moscow,   Legia Warszawa,   Blackburn Rovers GS   Beşiktaş (4–3) [109]
1995–96 Cup Winners' Cup Molde   Paris Saint-Germain 2–6 R1   Dinamo-93 Minsk (3–2) [110][111]
1995–96 UEFA Cup Lillestrøm   Brøndby 0–3 R2   Flora (4–1) [112]
1995–96 UEFA Cup Viking   Auxerre 1–2 R2   Tampereen Pallo-Veikot (7–1) [113]
1996–97 Champions League Rosenborg   Juventus 1–3 QF   Panathinaikos (3–1, aet),   Porto,   Milan,   IFK Göteborg [114]
1996–97 Cup Winners' Cup Brann   Liverpool 1–4 QF   Shelbourne (5–2),   Cercle Brugge (3–6),   PSV Eindhoven (4–3) [115][116][117][118]
1996–97 UEFA Cup Bodø/Glimt   Trabzonspor 2–5 R1   Beitar Jerusalem (7–2) [119]
1996–97 UEFA Cup Molde   Dinamo Tbilisi 1–2 Q2 [120]
1997–98 Champions League Rosenborg   Real Madrid,   Olympiacos,
  Porto
GS   MTK (4–1) [121]
1997–98 Cup Winners' Cup Tromsø   Chelsea 4–9 R2   Zagreb (6–5 aet) [122][123]
1997–98 UEFA Cup Lillestrøm   Twente 2–2 (ag) R1   Dinamo Minsk (3–0) [124]
1997–98 UEFA Cup Brann   Grasshopper 2–3 Q2   Naftex Burgas (4–4) [125]
1997–98 UEFA Cup Viking   Neuchâtel Xamax 2–4 Q2   Vojvodina (2–2, 5–4p) [126]
1998–99 Champions League Rosenborg   Juventus,   Galatasaray,
  Athletic Bilbao
GS   Club Brugge (4–4, ag) [127]
1998–99 Cup Winners' Cup Vålerenga   Chelsea 2–6 QF   Rapid București (2–2, ag),   Beşiktaş (4–3) [128][129][130]
1998–99 UEFA Cup Brann   Werder Bremen 2–4 R1   Žalgiris (1–0) [131]
1998–99 UEFA Cup Strømsgodset   Aston Villa 2–6 R1   Hapoel Tel Aviv (1–1, 4–2p) [132]
1998–99 UEFA Cup Molde   CSKA Sofia 0–2 Q2 [133]
1999–2000 Champions League Rosenborg   Bayern Munich,   Real Madrid,   Dynamo Kyiv G2   Feyenoord,   Borussia Dortmund,   Boavista [134]
1999–2000 Champions League Molde   Real Madrid,   Porto,
  Olympiacos
GS   CSKA Moscow (4–2),   Mallorca (1–1, ag) [135]
1999–2000 UEFA Cup Viking   Werder Bremen 2–2 (ag) R2   Principat (18–0),   Sporting (3–1) [136]
1999–2000 UEFA Cup Bodø/Glimt   Werder Bremen 1–6 R1   Vaduz (3–1) [137]
1999–2000 UEFA Cup Stabæk   Deportivo de La Coruña 1–2 R1 [138]
2000–01 Champions League Rosenborg   Bayern Munich,   Paris Saint-Germain,   Helsingborg G1   Shelbourne (4–2),   Dunaferr (4–3) [139]
UEFA Cup   Alavés 2–4 R3 [140]
2000–01 UEFA Cup Lillestrøm   Alavés 5–3 R2   Glentoran (4–0),   Dynamo Moscow (4–3) [141]
2000–01 UEFA Cup Brann   Basel 6–7 R1   Liepājas Metalurgs (2–1) [142]
2000–01 UEFA Cup Molde   Rayo Vallecano 1–2 R1 [143]
2001–02 Champions League Rosenborg   Juventus,   Porto,   Celtic G1   Inter Bratislava (7–3) [144]
2001–02 Champions League Brann   Levski Sofia 1–1 (ag) Q2 [145]
2001–02 UEFA Cup Viking   Hertha 0–3 R2   Brotnjo (2–1),   Kilmarnock (4–3) [146]
2001–02 UEFA Cup Odd Grenland   Helsingborg 3–3 (ag) R1 [147]
2002–03 Champions League Rosenborg   Internazionale,   Ajax,   Lyon G1   Brøndby (4–2) [148]
2002–03 Champions League Lillestrøm   Željezničar 0–2 Q2 [149]
2002–03 UEFA Cup Viking   Celta de Vigo 1–4 R2   Chelsea (5–4) [150]
2002–03 UEFA Cup Stabæk   Anderlecht 2–2 (ag) R1   Linfield (5–1) [151]
2002–03 UEFA Cup Brann   Sūduva 4–6 QR [152]
2003–04 Champions League Rosenborg   Deportivo de La Coruña 0–1 Q3   Bohemian (5–0) [153]
UEFA Cup   Benfica 2–2 (ag) R3   Ventspils (10–1),   Red Star Belgrade (1–0) [154]
2003–04 UEFA Cup Vålerenga   Newcastle 2–4 R3   Grazer AK (1–1, ag),   Wisła Kraków (0–0, 4–3p) [155]
2003–04 UEFA Cup Molde   Benfica 1–5 R2   Klaksvík (6–0),   Leiria (3–2) [156]
2003–04 UEFA Cup Lyn   PAOK 1–3 R1   Runavík (9–1) [157]
2004–05 Champions League Rosenborg   Arsenal,   PSV Eindhoven,
  Panathinaikos
G1   Sheriff Tiraspol (4–1),   Maccabi Haifa (5–3, aet) [158]
2004–05 UEFA Cup Bodø/Glimt   Beşiktaş 1–2 R1   Levadia Tallinn (3–3, 8–7p) [159]
2004–05 UEFA Cup Odd Grenland   Feyenoord 1–5 R1   Ekranas (4–3) [160]
2004–05 UEFA Cup Stabæk   Sochaux 0–9 R1   Haka (4–3) [161]
2005–06 Champions League Rosenborg   Lyon,   Real Madrid,
  Olympiacos
G1   Steaua București (4–3) [162]
2005–06 Champions League Vålerenga   Club Brugge 1–1 (4–3p) Q3   Haka (5–1) [163]
2005–06 UEFA Cup   Steaua București 1–6 R1 [164]
2005–06 UEFA Cup Rosenborg   Zenit 1–3 R32 [165]
2005–06 UEFA Cup Viking   AS Monaco,   Hamburg,
  Slavia Prague,   CSKA Sofia
GS   Portadown (3–1),   Rhyl (3–1),   Austria Wien (2–2, ag) [166]
2005–06 UEFA Cup Tromsø   Strasbourg,   Roma,   Basel,   Red Star Belgrade GS   Esbjerg (1–1, 3–2p),   Galatasaray (2–1) [167]
2005–06 UEFA Cup Brann   Lokomotiv Moscow 3–5 R1   Allianssi Vantaa (2–0) [168]
2006–07 Champions League Vålerenga   Mladá Boleslav 3–5 Q2 [169]
2006–07 UEFA Cup Start   Ajax 2–9 R1   Skála (4–0),   Drogheda (1–1, 11–10p) [170]
2006–07 UEFA Cup Molde   Rangers 0–2 R1   Skonto (2–1) [171]
2006–07 UEFA Cup Brann   Åtvidaberg 4–4 (ag) Q2   Glentoran (2–0) [172]
2006–07 UEFA Cup Lyn   Flora 1–1 (ag) Q1 [173]
2007–08 Champions League Rosenborg   Chelsea,   Schalke 04,
  Valencia
GS   Astana (10–2),   Tampere United (5–0) [174]
2007–08 UEFA Cup   Fiorentina 3–1 R32 [175]
2007–08 UEFA Cup Brann   Everton 1–8 R32   Carmarthen (14–3),   Sūduva (6–4),   Club Brugge (2–2, ag),   Hamburg,   Basel,   Rennes,   Dinamo Zagreb [176]
2007–08 UEFA Cup Vålerenga   Austria Wien 2–4 R1   Flora (2–0),   Ekranas (7–1) [177]
2007–08 UEFA Cup Fredrikstad   Hammarby 2–3 Q2 [178]
2007–08 UEFA Cup Lillestrøm   Käerjéng 2–2 (ag) Q1 [179]
2008–09 Champions League Brann   Marseille 1–3 Q3   Ventspils (2–2, ag) [180]
2008–09 UEFA Cup   Deportivo de La Coruña 2–2 (3–2p) GS [181]
2008–09 UEFA Cup Rosenborg   Saint-Étienne,   Valencia,
  Copenhagen,   Club Brugge
GS   Djurgården (6–2),   Brøndby (5–3) [182]
2008–09 UEFA Cup Viking   Honka 1–2 Q2   Vėtra (2–1) [183]
2008–09 UEFA Cup Lillestrøm   Copenhagen 3–7 Q2 [184]
2008–09 UEFA Cup Stabæk   Rennes 2–3 Q2 [185]
2009–10 Champions League Stabæk   Copenhagen 1–3 Q3   Tirana (5–1) [186]
2009–10 Europa League   Valencia 1–7 PO [187]
2009–10 Europa League Tromsø   Athletic Bilbao 3–4 PO   Dinamo Minsk (4–1),   Slaven (4–1) [188]
2009–10 Europa League Fredrikstad   Lech Poznań 3–7 Q3 [189]
2009–10 Europa League Vålerenga   PAOK 2–2 (ag) Q3 [190]
2009–10 Europa League Rosenborg   Qarabağ 0–1 (ag) Q3   Runavík (6–1) [191]
2010–11 Champions League Rosenborg   Copenhagen 2–2 (ag) PO   Linfield (2–0),   AIK (4–0) [192]
Europa League   Bayer Leverkusen,   Aris,
  Atlético Madrid
GS [193]
2010–11 Europa League Molde   Stuttgart 4–5 Q3   Jelgava (2–2, ag) [194]
2010–11 Europa League Aalesund   Motherwell 1–4 Q3 [195]
2010–11 Europa League Stabæk   Dnepr Mogilev 3–3 (ag) Q2 [196]
2011–12 Champions League Rosenborg   Viktoria Plzeň 2–4 Q3   Breiðablik (5–2) [197]
2011–12 Europa League   AEK Larnaca 1–2 PO [198]
2011–12 Europa League Aalesund   AZ 2–7 PO   Neath (6–1),   Ferencvárosi (4–3, aet),   Elfsborg (5–1) [199]
2011–12 Europa League Vålerenga   PAOK 0–5 Q3   Mika (2–0) [200]
2011–12 Europa League Strømsgodset   Atlético Madrid 1–4 Q3 [201]
2011–12 Europa League Tromsø   Paks 1–4 Q2   Daugava (7–1) [202]
2012–13 Champions League Molde   Basel 1–4 Q3   Ventspils (4–1) [203]
Europa League   Steaua București,   Stuttgart,
  Copenhagen
GS   Heerenveen (4–1)
2012–13 Europa League Rosenborg   Metalist Kharkiv,   Bayer Leverkusen,   Rapid Wien GS   Crusaders (4–0),   Ordabasy (4–3),   Legia Warsaw (3–2),   Servette (3–2),   Legia Warsaw (3–2) [204]
2012–13 Europa League Aalesund   APOEL 1–3 Q3   Tirana (6–1) [205]
2012–13 Europa League Tromsø   Partizan 3–3 (ag) PO   Metalurh Donetsk (2–1),   Olimpija Ljubljana (1–0 aet) [206]
2012–13 Europa League Stabæk   JJK Jyväskylä 3–4 Q1 [207]
2013–14 Champions League Molde   Legia Warszawa 1–1 Q3   Sligo Rovers (3–0) [208]
Europa League   Rubin Kazan 0–5 PO
2013–14 Europa League Tromsø   Tottenham Hotspur,   Anzhi Makhachkala,   Sheriff Tiraspol GS   Celje (3–2),   Inter Baku (2–1),   Differdange 03 (1–1) (4–3p),   Beşiktaş (2–3)[A] [209]
2013–14 Europa League Strømsgodset   Jablonec 2–5 Q3   Debreceni (5–2) [210]
2013–14 Europa League Hødd   Aktobe 1–2 Q2 [211]
2013–14 Europa League Rosenborg   St Johnstone 1–2 Q2   Crusaders (9–3) [212]
2014–15 Champions League Strømsgodset   Steaua Bucureşti 0–3 Q2 [213]
2014–15 Europa League Haugesund   Sarajevo 2–3 Q2   Airbus UK Broughton (3–2) [214]
2014–15 Europa League Molde   Zorya Luhansk 2–3 Q3   Gorica (5–2) [215]
2014–15 Europa League Rosenborg   Karabükspor 1–1 (ag) Q3   Jelgava (6–0),   Sligo Rovers (4–3) [216]
2014–15 Europa League Tromsø   Víkingur Gøta 1–2 Q2   Santos Tartu (13–1) [217]
2015–16 Champions League Molde   Dinamo Zagreb 3–3 (ag) Q3   Pyunik (5–1) [218]
2015–16 Europa League   Sevilla 1–3 R32   Standard Liège (3–3, ag),   Fenerbahçe,   Celtic,   Ajax [219]
2015–16 Europa League Odd   Borussia Dortmund 5–11 PO   Sheriff Tiraspol (3–0),   Shamrock Rovers (4–1),   Elfsborg (3–2) [220]
2015–16 Europa League Rosenborg   Saint-Étienne,   Dnipro,
  Lazio
GS   Víkingur (2–0),   KR (4–0),   Debreceni (6–3),   Steaua Bucureşti (3–1) [221]
2015–16 Europa League Strømsgodset   Hajduk Split 0–4 Q3   Partizani Tiranë (4–1),   Mladá Boleslav (2–2, ag) [222]
2016–17 Champions League Rosenborg   APOEL 2–4 Q3   Norrköping (5–4) [223]
Europa League   Austria Wien 2–4 PO [224]
2016–17 Europa League Odd   PAS Giannina 3–4 (aet) Q2   Mariehamn (3–1) [225]
2016–17 Europa League Stabæk   Connah's Quay Nomads 0–1 Q1 [226]
2016–17 Europa League Strømsgodset   SønderjyskE 3–4 (aet) Q2 [227]
2017–18 Champions League Rosenborg   Celtic 0–1 Q3   Dundalk (3–2)
Europa League   Zenit Saint Petersburg,   Real Sociedad,   Vardar GS   Ajax (4–2)
2017–18 Europa League Brann   Ružomberok 1–2 Q2
2017–18 Europa League Haugesund   Lech Poznań 3–4 Q2   Coleraine (7–0)
2017–18 Europa League Odd   Dinamo Zagreb 1–2 Q3   Ballymena United (5–0),   Vaduz (2–0)
2018–19 Champions League Rosenborg   Celtic 1–3 Q2   Valur (3–2)
Europa League   Red Bull Salzburg,   Celtic,
  Leipzig
GS   Cork City (5–0),   Shkëndija (5−1)
2018–19 Europa League Lillestrøm   LASK Linz 1–6 Q2
2018–19 Europa League Molde   Zenit Saint Petersburg 3–4 PO   Glenavon (6–3),   Laçi (5–0),   Hibernian (3–0)
2018–19 Europa League Sarpsborg 08   Genk,   Malmö,   Beşiktaş GS   ÍBV (6–0),   St. Gallen (2–2, ag),   Rijeka (2–1),   Maccabi Tel Aviv (4–3)
2019–20 Champions League Rosenborg   Dinamo Zagreb 1–3 PO   Linfield (6–0),   BATE Borisov (3–2),   Maribor (6–2)
Europa League GS
2019–20 Europa League Brann   Shamrock Rovers 3–4 Q1
2019–20 Europa League Haugesund   PSV Eindhoven 0–1 Q3   Cliftonville (6–1),   Sturm Graz (3–2)
2019–20 Europa League Molde   Partizan 2–3 PO   KR (7–1),   Čukarički (3–1),   Aris (4–3, aet)
  • ^
    On 30 August 2013, Beşiktaş was disqualified from the 2013–14 UEFA Europa League as per final ruling by the Court of Arbitration for Sport.[228] They were replaced in the group stage draw by Tromsø, which lost to Beşiktaş in the play-off round.[229]
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