The Norwegian football team wear a red home shirt with blue and white trim which reflects the nations flag and history. The nations best ever position at a World Cup was reaching Round 2 in the 1998 FIFA World Cup in France. The leading all time appearance maker for Norway is John Arne Riise who played 110 times for his country.
The Norwegian football team played their first international match on July 12th 1908 against Sweden in Gothenburg. Norway play their home fixtures in the 25,572 capacity Ullevaal Stadium.
Nike hand Norway a simplistic yet powerful home shirt for use in 2016 and beyond. Although failing to qualify for France Euro 2016, Nike have issued Norway with their latest Vapor kit template whilst also ensuring their trademark visual is continued through a clean red shirt with navy blue trim. [...]
Signing a new kit deal with Nike last year, Norway have officially revealed their first ever home and away kits buy the American brand for the 2015-16 international season. The new home shirt for Norway honours the nation's footballing heritage featuring a new specially designed crest which symbo [...]
Norway's biggest win was 12-0 against Finland in 1946 whilst their biggest loss was on the end of the same scoreline against Denmark in 1917. The Norwegian shirts first appeared at the World Cup Finals in 1938 and at the European Championships in 2000.
Norway's only international tournament placing was third at the 1936 Olympics where on their way to the semi finals they had beaten hosts Germany. Their most capped player is Thorbjorn Svenssen with 104 appearances and Jorgen Juve has scored the most goals in a Norwegian shirt (33). Norway have a home kit of red shirts, white shorts and blue socks. Away from home their wear a strip of white shirts and socks with blue shorts.