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| 17 Jun 23 ||Norway || - || Scotland|| Ullevaal Stadion @ 4:00pm|
| 20 Jun 23 ||Norway || - || Cyprus|| Ullevaal Stadion @ 6:45pm|
| 07 Sep 23 ||Norway || - || Jordan|| Ullevaal Stadion @ 5:00pm|
| 12 Sep 23 ||Norway || - || Georgia|| Ullevaal Stadion @ 6:45pm|
| 12 Oct 23 ||Cyprus || - || Norway|| GSP Stadium @ 6:45pm|
| 28 Mar 23 ||Georgia || ||1 - 1 || ||Norway|| || Batumi Arena|
| 25 Mar 23 ||Spain || ||3 - 0 || ||Norway|| || Estadio La Rosaleda|
| 20 Nov 22 ||Norway || ||1 - 1 || ||Finland|| || Ullevaal Stadion|
| 17 Nov 22 ||Ireland || ||1 - 2 || ||Norway|| || Aviva Stadium|
| 27 Sep 22 ||Norway || ||0 - 2 || ||Serbia|| || Ullevaal Stadion|
The Norway national football team (Norwegian: Norges herrelandslag i fotball, or informally Landslaget) represents Norway in men's international football and is controlled by the Norwegian Football Federation, the governing body for football in Norway. Norway's home ground is Ullevaal Stadion in Oslo and their head coach is Lars Lagerbäck. In February 2019, they were ranked by FIFA at No. 48., Norway has participated three times in the FIFA World Cup (1938, 1994, 1998), and once in the UEFA European Championship (2000).Team Members
Norway is, along with Senegal, the only national team that remains unbeaten in all matches against Brazil. In four matches, Norway has a play record against Brazil of 2 wins and 2 draws, in three friendlies matches (in 1988, 1997 and 2006) and a 1998 World Cup group stage match.
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Ullevaal Stadion is an all-seater football stadium located in Oslo, Norway. It is the home ground of the Norway national football team, and the site of the Norwegian Cup Final. From its opening in 1926 to 2009 it was the home ground of FK Lyn and from 1999 to 2017 was a home ground of Vålerenga IF. With a capacity of approximately 28,000, it is the largest football stadium in Norway. The national stadium is fully owned by the Football Association of Norway (NFF).
The stadium opened on 26 September 1926 as the home ground for Lyn and several other local teams. The first international match was played in 1927, and NFF started gradually purchasing part of the stadium company. The peak attendance dates from 1935, when 35,495 people saw Norway play Sweden. Since 1948, Ullevaal has hosted the finals of the Norwegian Football Cup, and in 1967 the Japp Stand was completed. A new renovation started with the completion of the single-tier West Stand in 1985, and continued with the two-tier North and East Stands in 1990 and the South Stand in 1998. Ullevaal hosted the finals of the UEFA Women's Euro in 1987 and 1997.
In conjunction with the stadium is the head office of many sports federations, a bandy field, and commercial property including a conference center, hotel and shopping mall. The stadium is located adjacent to Ullevål Stadion Station of the Oslo Metro and the Ring 3 motorway. Plans call to replace the West Stand to increase capacity to 30,000 and perhaps add a retractable roof and artificial turf.Trophies Fanart