Who are the Norwegian national football team players?

Who are the Norwegian national football team players?

Footballers with at least 25 caps for Norway's national team Possibility of a Player The Debut Date Opponent's Birthday 1st DF 104th Poland 2nd Henning Berg and Thorbjorn Svenssen The DF 100 is ranked third on the list. The Faroe Islands' Tjomske Langberg holds the record, having played more than 100 matches.

Norway has never qualified for the World Cup or the European Championship. However, they did win the gold medal in the 1994 edition of the UEFA Euro.

The national team was officially formed in 1955 after the dissolution of the Nordic Football Union. They have never been relegated from the top division of the Norwegian football league system and have won the title five times - in 1958, 1967, 1969, 1973 and 1974. Their most recent success came in 2015 when they defeated Germany 2-1 in a friendly match played to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Norwegian football league system.

There are currently 33 players registered with the Norwegian Football Association (NFF) who are available for selection by manager Lars Lagerback. Two of them are goalkeepers: Erik Kirsebom of Molde and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer of Cardiff City. Defender Henning Berg is the oldest player on the team, at 39 years old.

Who is the most capped football player in Norway?

With 110 caps between 2000 and 2013, John Arne Riise is Norway's most capped player. See Norway national football team SS Players for the current squad. See List of Norway women's international footballers for a list of female Norwegian international players.

Riise was part of every one of Norway's matches at the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany. He played all 90 minutes in each of Norway's games at that stage of the tournament, scoring once against South Korea. The striker also played all 90 minutes of Norway's next game, a 1-4 loss to Brazil in Rostov-on-Don. He missed only two of Norway's 38 matches during that period. When asked about his achievement, Riise said: "I've always wanted to be involved in many matches for my country. And now I have been."

Riise started his career with Lillestrøm before joining Liverpool in 1999. After three seasons with the English club, he returned to Lillestrøm before moving on again, this time to join Rangers. A year later, he returned to Lillestrøm before ending his career with Nürnberg in Germany. During his time in Scotland, Riise won the Scottish Premier League twice.

He retired from professional football in 2013 at the age of 36.

Who are the England national football team's players?

Football players for the England national team must have at least 10 caps. Player Pos. Goals Capsules The most recent or previous match GK 125 0 Peter Shilton Italy Date Opponent's Date Opponent's Date GK 125 0 ItalyFW 12053 Peter Shilton Rooney, Wayne MF 115 17 United States Belarus David Beckham

With 125 caps between 1970 and 1990, Peter Shilton is England's most capped player. See England national football team SS Players for the current squad. See List of England women's international players for a list of female England international footballers (alphabetical).

Who is Norway's national team captain?

Martin Odegaard is the captain of Norway's national football team. The 23-year-old took over the armband from Keshi Anderson after he was called up by Nigeria for their 2018 World Cup qualifying matches.

Odegaard has been named as a vice-captain by Norway coach Lars Lagerbäck. The former Liverpool and Sweden player also works with the Nordic country at international level. Odegaard has won 80 caps for his country, scoring 15 goals.

He made his international debut in 2011 and was selected for UEFA Euro 2012, where he helped Norway reach the quarter-finals. At the 2014 FIFA World Cup, Odegaard scored twice as Norway reached the last 16 for the first time. He also netted once in eight matches at this year's UEFA European Championship, which Norway failed to qualify for after finishing third in Group B.

Before becoming Norway's manager, Lagerbäck led Denmark to the quarter-finals of the 2006 World Cup and also coached Spain between 2009 and 2011. He replaced Thomas Berndt Helmer Langen on an interim basis after he resigned following Norway's failure to qualify for the 2016 Olympics.

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