Røa 2 – 2 Stabæk

Goals From:

Emilie Haavi 33’ (Røa)


Katrine Pedersen 90’ (Stabæk)
Toril Akerhaugen 113’ (own goal)


Kristy Moore 115’ (Stabæk)


1-0 Lene Mykjåland
1-1 Trine Rønning
1-1 Siri Nordby, redning
1-1 Caroline Graham Hansen skyter utenfor
2-1 Elise Thorsnes
2-2 Katrine Pedersen
3-2 June Tårnes
3-3 Ingrid Camilla Fosse Sæthre
4-3 Marthe Braavold Johansen
4-4 Lise Klaveness
4-4 Guro Knutsen Mienna (redning)
4-5 Siri Nordeide Grønli


(Stabæk win 5-4 on penalties)

Caroline Knutsen – Line Holter, Siri Nordby, Hedda Strand Gardsjord, Janne Stange (90. Ingrid Buer Søndenå) – Guro Knutsen Mienna, Marthe Braavold Johansen, Lene Mykjåland – Emilie Haavi (88. Andrea Skjold Frøshaug), Stine Andreassen (80. June Tårnes), Elise Thorsnes

Ingrid Hjelmseth – Line Eithun Hauge (114. Ingrid Camilla Fosse Sæthre), Siri Nordeide Grønli, Toril Akerhaugen, Ingrid Bakke – Lise Klaveness, Katrine Pedersen – Ina Skaug (46. Trine Rønning), Caroline Graham Hansen, Ida Elise Enget (68. Thelma Tharstardottir)- Kristy Moore


Crowd: 7648


  1. Brian McGuire 9 years ago


    I’m not a US citizen at all. Only ever spent five days in the United States. I am an Irish citizen, who grew up in the UK and moved to Germany 14 years ago. LOL. 

    I think the league could be good for US soccer…only issue with it for me is the constant worry of seeing our best players disappear into a Time Zone I simply cannot watch. To be frank, I am not a fan of the way the United States *do* sports. I know it’s their culture, but already the discussions around Team Names (for instance the Portland team cannot be called “Timbers” because Adidas own that, and the kit will be done by NIke…give me a break) do make it a bit alien to me. I really don’t understand why they do this conference and play off thing…as with MLS I always wonder why did they bother to have such a long and hard slog through a season only to throw the chips up in the air and start again for a three week period? Why not have a league and a cup, seperate from each other?

    One tzhing I do find interesting with this new league is the Federations subsidizing players. i find this a good idea for a game that simply doesn’t generate the cash the men’s game does. This allows teams to save on wage costs, the federations to keep their top players in regular action, and maybe a bit more money to drift down the squad lists to encourage more players that this game may be worth playing. 

    May not be necessary in Germany or France but i sure as hell think the English FA could help out at home by alleviating the financial burdens on their clubs and keep their National Team squad full time. 

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