Norwegian football top scorers


Norwegian football top scorers

List of top goal scorers in the Norwegian Premier League.

All time top scorers

  1. Norway Sigurd Rushfeldt*, 168
  2. Norway Harald Martin Brattbakk, 166 goals
  3. Norway Petter Belsvik, 159
  4. Norway Odd Iversen, 158
  5. Per Kristoffersen, 145
  6. Norway Jostein Flo, 114
  7. Norway Jan Fuglset, 109
  8. Norway Thorstein Helstad*, 108
  9. Arne Pedersen, 107
  10. Norway Svein Mathisen, 106

* = still playing


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