Rosenborg BK in European football

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Rosenborg playing against Lyon at Lerkendal Stadion during the 2005–06 UEFA Champions League.

Rosenborg Ballklub is an association football club from Trondheim, Norway. The team has participated in 32 seasons of Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) club competitions, including 21 seasons in the European Cup and Champions League, 16 seasons in the UEFA Cup and Europa League, one season in the Cup Winners' Cup and one season in the Intertoto Cup. Rosenborg has played six times in the UEFA Cup after qualifying via the Champions League and once via the Intertoto Cup.[1] It has played 206 UEFA games, resulting in 81 wins, 39 draws and 86 defeats.[2] The club's first appearance was in the 1965–66 European Cup Winners' Cup, and it subsequently entered tournaments in six seasons until 1974–75. The club's next appearance was in the 1986–87 European Cup, and then in the 1989–90 European Cup. Since then, Rosenborg has been involved in a UEFA tournament every season except the 2006–07 season.[3] The club's best performance is reaching the quarter-finals of the 1996–97 Champions League,[1] while their only European trophy came when they co-won the 2008 UEFA Intertoto Cup.[4]

Since the competition's introduction, Rosenborg are one of the few clubs to have advanced from the First Qualifying Round of the UEFA Europa League all the way to the group stage, and have achieved this on two occasions (another Norwegian club, Tromsø, were successful with the help of a disqualification).

The club plays its home matches at Lerkendal Stadion, an all-seater stadium in Trondheim. Since the last rebuilding in 2002, it can host 21,166 spectators.[5] Rosenborg's record attendance in a European match of 22,492 dates from the 1968–69 European Cup match against Rapid Wien.[6] Rosenborg's biggest win is 7–1 against Astana in the 2007–08 UEFA Champions League qualification, while the biggest defeat is 1–9 against Hibernian in the 1974–75 UEFA Cup. With 133 caps, Roar Strand has appeared in the most UEFA matches for Rosenborg, while Harald Brattbakk has scored the most goals with 27.[1] Rosenborg has played Juventus, Porto and Real Madrid six times, more than any other team.[3]

Key

All-time statistics

Rosenborg playing against Valencia at Lerkendal Stadion during the 2007–08 UEFA Champions League

The following is a list of the all-time statistics from Rosenborg's games in the four UEFA tournaments it has participated in, as well as the overall total. The list contains the tournament, the number of games played (P), won (W), drawn (D) and lost (L). The number of goals scored (GF), goals against (GA), goal difference (GD) and the percentage of matches won (Win%).

As of August 17, 2017

Tournament P W D L GF GA GD Win%
Champions League / European Cup 140 52 30 58 204 217 −13 037.14
Europa League / UEFA Cup / Inter-Cities Fairs Cup 89 36 16 37 131 125 +6 040.45
Cup Winners' Cup 4 2 0 2 7 8 −1 050.00
UEFA Intertoto Cup 4 3 0 1 9 2 +7 075.00
Total 237 93 46 98 351 352 −1 039.24

Matches

The following is a complete list of matches played by Rosenborg in UEFA tournaments. It includes the season, tournament, the stage, the opponent club and its country, the date, the venue and the score, with Rosenborg's score noted first. It is up to date as of the end of 20 June 2016.

List of Rosenborg BK matches in European football
Season Tournament Stage Opponent Date Venue Score Ref
Team Country
1965–66 Cup Winners' Cup R1 KR Reykjavík Iceland Iceland 24 August 1965 KR-völlur, Reykjavík 3–1 [7]
12 September 1965 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 3–1
R2 Dynamo Kyiv Soviet Union Soviet Union 24 October 1965 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 1–4
28 October 1965 Lobanovskyi Dynamo Stadium, Kiev 0–2
1968–69 European Cup R1 Rapid Wien Austria Austria 18 September 1968 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 1–3 [7]
12 September 1968 Ernst-Happel-Stadion, Vienna 3–3
1969–70 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup R1 Southampton England England 17 September 1969 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 1–0
1 October 1969 The Dell, Southampton 0–2
1970–71 European Cup R1 Standard Liège Belgium Belgium 16 September 1970 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 0–2 [7]
30 September 1970 Stade Maurice Dufrasne, Liège 0–5
1971–72 UEFA Cup R1 IFK Helsinki Finland Finland 15 September 1971 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 3–0 [7]
29 September 1971 Töölön Pallokenttä, Helsinki 1–0
R2 Lierse Belgium Belgium 20 October 1971 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo [note 1] 4–1
3 November 1971 Herman Vanderpoortenstadion, Lier 0–3 (ag)
1972–73 European Cup R1 Celtic Scotland Scotland 16 September 1972 Celtic Park, Glasgow 1–2 [7]
27 September 1972 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 1–3
1974–75 UEFA Cup R1 Hibernian Scotland Scotland 18 September 1974 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 2–3 [7]
2 October 1974 Easter Road, Edinburgh 1–9
1986–87 European Cup R1 Linfield Northern Ireland Northern Ireland 17 September 1986 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 1–0 [7]
1 October 1986 Windsor Park, Belfast 1–1
R2 Red Star Belgrade Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia 22 October 1986 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 0–3
5 November 1986 Stadion Crvena Zvezda, Belgrade 1–4
1989–90 European Cup R1 Mechelen Belgium Belgium 13 September 1989 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 0–0 [7]
27 September 1989 Argosstadion Achter de Kazerne, Mechelen 0–5
1990–91 UEFA Cup R1 Chornomorets Odesa Soviet Union Soviet Union 19 September 1990 Spartak Stadium, Odessa 1–3 [7]
3 October 1990 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 2–1
1991–92 European Cup R1 Sampdoria Italy Italy 18 September 1991 Stadio Luigi Ferraris, Genoa 0–5 [9]
2 October 1991 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 1–2
1992–93 UEFA Cup R1 Dynamo Moscow Russia Russia 16 September 1992 Dynamo Stadium, Moscow 1–5 [9]
30 September 1992 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 2–0
1993–94 Champions League Q Avenir Beggen Luxembourg Luxembourg 18 August 1993 Stade rue Henri Dunant, Luxembourg 2–0 [9]
1 September 1993 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 1–0
R1 Austria Wien Austria Austria 15 September 1993 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 3–1 [9]
29 September 1993 Franz Horr Stadium, Vienna 1–4
1994–95 UEFA Cup Q Grevenmacher Luxembourg Luxembourg 9 August 1994 Op Flohr Stadion, Grevenmacher 2–1 [9]
23 August 1994 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 6–0
R1 Deportivo La Coruña Spain Spain 13 September 1994 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 1–0 [9]
27 September 1994 Estadio Riazor, A Coruña 1–4 (aet)
1995–96 Champions League Q Beşiktaş Turkey Turkey 9 August 1995 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 3–0 [9]
23 August 1995 BJK İnönü Stadium, Istanbul 1–3
Group Legia Warsaw Poland Poland 13 September 1995 Wojska Polskiego Stadium, Warsaw 1–3 [10]
Blackburn Rovers England England 27 September 1995 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 2–1
Spartak Moskva Russia Russia 18 October 1995 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 2–4
Spartak Moskva Russia Russia 1 November 1995 Lokomotiv Stadium, Moscow 1–4
Legia Warsaw Poland Poland 22 November 1995 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 4–0
Blackburn Rovers England England 6 December 1995 Ewood Park, Blackburn 1–4
1996–97 Champions League Q Panathinaikos Greece Greece 7 August 1996 Apostolos Nikolaidis Stadium, Athens 0–1 [9]
21 August 1996 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 3–0 (aet)
Group IFK Göteborg Sweden Sweden 11 September 1996 Ullevi, Gothenburg 3–2 [11]
Milan Italy Italy 25 September 1996 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 1–4
Porto Portugal Portugal 16 October 1996 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 0–1
Porto Portugal Portugal 30 October 1996 Estádio das Antas, Porto 0–3
IFK Göteborg Sweden Sweden 20 November 1996 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 1–0
Milan Italy Italy 4 December 1996 San Siro, Milan 2–1
QF Juventus Italy Italy 5 March 1997 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 1–1 [12]
19 March 1997 Stadio delle Alpi, Turin 0–2
1997–98 Champions League Q2 MTK Budapest Hungary Hungary 14 August 1997 Hidegkuti Nándor Stadium, Budapest 1–0 [9]
27 August 1997 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 3–1
Group Real Madrid Spain Spain 17 September 1997 Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, Madrid 1–4 [13]
Olympiacos Greece Greece 1 October 1997 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 5–1
Porto Portugal Portugal 22 October 1997 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 2–0
Porto Portugal Portugal 5 November 1997 Estádio das Antas, Porto 1–1
Real Madrid Spain Spain 27 November 1997 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 2–0
Olympiacos Greece Greece 10 December 1997 Olympic Stadium, Athens 2–2
1998–99 Champions League Q2 Club Brugge Belgium Belgium 12 August 1998 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 2–0 [12]
16 August 1998 Jan Breydel Stadium, Bruges 2–4 (ag)
Group Athletic Bilbao Spain Spain 16 September 1998 San Mamés Stadium, Bilbao 1–1 [14]
Juventus Italy Italy 30 September 1998 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 1–1
Galatasaray Turkey Turkey 21 October 1998 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 3–0
Galatasaray Turkey Turkey 4 November 1998 Ali Sami Yen Stadium, Istanbul 0–3
Athletic Bilbao Spain Spain 25 November 1998 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 2–1
Juventus Italy Italy 9 December 1998 Stadio delle Alpi, Turin 0–2
1999–2000 Champions League Group Boavista Portugal Portugal 14 September 1999 Estádio do Bessa, Porto 3–0 [15]
Feyenoord Netherlands Netherlands 22 September 1999 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 2–2
Borussia Dortmund Germany Germany 29 September 1999 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 2–2
Borussia Dortmund Germany Germany 19 October 1999 Westfalenstadion, Dortmund 3–0
Boavista Portugal Portugal 27 October 1999 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 2–0
Feyenoord Netherlands Netherlands 2 November 1999 Feijenoord Stadion, Rotterdam 0–1
Group 2 Bayern Munich Germany Germany 24 November 1999 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 1–1 [16]
Real Madrid Spain Spain 7 December 1999 Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, Madrid 1–3
Dynamo Kyiv Ukraine Ukraine 29 February 2000 Olympic NSC, Kiev 1–2
Dynamo Kyiv Ukraine Ukraine 8 March 2000 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 1–2
Bayern Munich Germany Germany 14 March 2000 Olympiastadion, Munich 1–2
Real Madrid Spain Spain 22 March 2000 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 0–1
2000–01 Champions League Q2 Shelbourne Republic of Ireland Ireland 26 July 2000 Tolka Park, Dublin 3–1 [12]
2 August 2000 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 1–1
Q3 Dunaferr Hungary Hungary 9 August 2000 Dunaferr Arena, Dunaújváros 2–2
23 August 2000 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 2–1
Group Paris-Saint Germain France France 13 September 2000 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 3–1 [17]
Bayern Munich Germany Germany 19 September 2000 Olympiastadion, Munich 1–1
Helsingborg Sweden Sweden 26 September 2000 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 6–1
Helsingborg Sweden Sweden 18 October 2000 Olympia, Helsingborg 0–2
Paris-Saint Germain France France 24 October 2000 Parc des Princes, Paris 2–7
Bayern Munich Germany Germany 8 November 2000 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 1–1
UEFA Cup R3 Alavés Spain Spain 23 November 2000 Estadio Mendizorrotza, Vitoria-Gasteiz 1–1 [12]
7 December 2000 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 1–3
2001–02 Champions League Q3 Inter Bratislava Slovakia Slovakia 8 August 2001 Štadión Pasienky, Bratislava 3–3 [12]
28 August 2001 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 4–0
Group Porto Portugal Portugal 18 September 2001 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 1–2 [18]
Juventus Italy Italy 25 September 2001 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 1–1
Celtic Scotland Scotland 10 October 2001 Celtic Park, Glasgow 0–1
Juventus Italy Italy 17 October 2001 Stadio delle Alpi, Turin 0–1
Celtic Scotland Scotland 23 October 2001 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 2–0
Porto Portugal Portugal 31 October 2001 Estádio das Antas, Porto 0–1
2002–03 Champions League Q3 Brøndby Denmark Denmark 14 August 2002 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 1–0 [19]
28 August 2002 Brøndby Stadium, Copenhagen 3–2
Group Internazionale Italy Italy 17 September 2002 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 2–2 [20]
Lyon France France 25 September 2002 Stade de Gerland, Lyon 0–5
Ajax Netherlands Netherlands 2 October 2002 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 0–0
Ajax Netherlands Netherlands 22 October 2002 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam 1–1
Internazionale Italy Italy 30 October 2002 San Siro, Milan 0–3
Lyon France France 12 November 2002 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 1–1
2003–04 Champions League Q2 Bohemian Republic of Ireland Ireland 30 July 2003 Dalymount Park, Dublin 1–0 [19]
6 August 2003 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 4–0
Q3 Deportivo La Coruña Spain Spain 13 August 2003 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 0–0 [19]
26 August 2003 Estadio Riazor, A Coruña 0–1
UEFA Cup R1 Ventspils Latvia Latvia 24 September 2003 Ventspils Olimpiskais Stadions, Ventspils 4–1 [19]
15 October 2003 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 6–0
R2 Red Star Belgrade Serbia and Montenegro Serbia and Montenegro 29 October 2003 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 0–0
27 October 2003 Stadion Crvena Zvezda, Belgrade 1–0
R3 Benfica Portugal Portugal 26 February 2004 Estádio da Luz, Lisbon 0–1
3 March 2004 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 2–1 (ag)
2004–05 Champions League Q2 Sheriff Tiraspol Moldova Moldova 28 July 2004 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 2–1 [19]
4 August 2004 Sheriff Stadium, Tiraspol 2–0
Q3 Maccabi Haifa Israel Israel 11 August 2004 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 2–1
24 August 2004 Kiryat Eliezer Stadium, Haifa 3–2 (aet)
Group Panathinaikos Greece Greece 14 September 2004 Apostolos Nikolaidis Stadium, Athens 1–2 [21]
Arsenal England England 29 September 2004 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 1–1
PSV Eindhoven Netherlands Netherlands 20 October 2004 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 1–2
PSV Eindhoven Netherlands Netherlands 2 November 2004 Philips Stadion, Eindhoven 0–1
Panathinaikos Greece Greece 24 November 2004 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 2–2
Arsenal England England 7 December 2004 Highbury, London 1–5
2005–06 Champions League Q3 Steaua Bucureşti Romania Romania 10 August 2005 Stadionul Steaua, Bucharest 1–1 [19]
23 August 2005 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 3–2
Group Olympiacos Greece Greece 13 September 2005 Karaiskakis Stadium, Piraeus 3–1 [22]
Lyon France France 28 September 2005 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 0–1
Real Madrid Spain Spain 19 October 2005 Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, Madrid 1–4
Real Madrid Spain Spain 1 November 2005 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 0–2
Olympiacos Greece Greece 23 November 2005 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 1–1
Lyon France France 6 December 2005 Stade de Gerland, Lyon 1–2
UEFA Cup R3 Zenit St. Petersburg Russia Russia 15 February 2006 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 0–2 [19]
23 February 2006 Petrovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg 1–2
2007–08 Champions League Q2 Astana Kazakhstan Kazakhstan 1 August 2007 Kazhimukan Munaitpasov Stadium, Astana 3–1 [23]
8 August 2007 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 7–1 [24]
Q3 Tampere United Finland Finland 15 August 2007 Ratina Stadion, Tampere 3–0 [25]
29 August 2007 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 2–0 [26]
Group Chelsea England England 18 September 2007 Stamford Bridge, London 1–1 [27]
Schalke 04 Germany Germany 3 October 2007 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 0–2
Valencia Spain Spain 24 October 2007 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 2–0
Valencia Spain Spain 6 November 2007 Estadio Mestalla, Valencia 2–0
Chelsea England England 28 November 2007 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 0–4
Schalke 04 Germany Germany 11 December 2007 Arena AufSchalke, Gelsenkirchen 1–3
UEFA Cup R3 Fiorentina Italy Italy 14 February 2008 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 0–1 [28]
21 February 2008 Stadio Artemio Franchi, Florence 1–2 [29]
2008–09 Intertoto Cup R2 Ekranas Lithuania Lithuania 6 July 2008 Aukštaitija Stadium, Panevėžys 3–1 [30]
13 July 2008 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 4–0 [31]
R3 NAC Breda Netherlands Netherlands 19 July 2008 Rat Verlegh Stadion, Breda 0–1 [32]
27 July 2008 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 2–0 [33]
UEFA Cup Q2 Djurgården Sweden Sweden 14 August 2008 Råsunda Stadium, Stockholm 1–2 [34]
28 August 2008 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 5–0 [35]
R1 Brøndby Denmark Denmark 18 September 2008 Brøndby Stadium, Copenhagen 2–1 [36]
2 October 2008 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 3–2 [37]
Group Club Brugge Belgium Belgium 23 October 2008 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 0–0 [38]
Saint-Étienne France France 6 November 2008 Stade Geoffroy-Guichard, Saint-Étienne 0–3
Valencia Spain Spain 27 November 2008 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 0–4
Copenhagen Denmark Denmark 4 December 2008 Parken Stadion, Copenhagen 1–1
2009–10 Europa League Q1 Runavík Faroe Islands Faroe Islands 2 July 2009 Tórsvøllur, Tórshavn 3–0 [39]
9 July 2009 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 3–1 [40]
Q2 Qarabağ Azerbaijan Azerbaijan 16 July 2009 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 0–0 [41]
23 July 2009 Tofiq Bahramov Stadium, Baku 0–1 [42]
2010–11 Champions League Q2 Linfield Northern Ireland Northern Ireland 14 July 2010 Windsor Park, Belfast 0–0 [43]
21 July 2010 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 2–0
Q3 AIK Sweden Sweden 28 July 2010 Råsunda Stadium, Stockholm 1–0 [44]
4 August 2010 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 3–0
PO Copenhagen Denmark Denmark 28 July 2010 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 2–1 [45]
4 August 2010 Parken Stadion, Copenhagen 0–1 (ag)
Europa League Group Bayer Leverkusen Germany Germany 16 September 2010 BayArena, Leverkusen 0–4 [46]
Aris Greece Greece 30 September 2010 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 2–1
Atlético Madrid Spain Spain 21 October 2010 Estadio Vicente Calderón, Madrid 0–3
Atlético Madrid Spain Spain 4 November 2010 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 1–2
Bayer Leverkusen Germany Germany 1 December 2010 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 0–1
Aris Greece Greece 16 December 2010 Kleanthis Vikelidis Stadium, Thessaloniki 0–2
2011–12 Champions League Q2 Breiðablik Iceland Iceland 13 July 2011 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 5–0 [47]
20 July 2011 Kópavogsvöllur, Kópavogur 0–2
Q3 Viktoria Plzeň Czech Republic Czech Republic 27 July 2011 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 0–1 [48]
3 August 2011 Stadion města Plzně, Plzeň 2–3
Europa League PO AEK Larnaca Cyprus Cyprus 18 August 2011 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 0–0 [49]
25 August 2011 Antonis Papadopoulos Stadium, Larnaca 1–2
2012–13 Europa League Q1 Crusaders Northern Ireland Northern Ireland 5 July 2012 Seaview, Belfast 3–0 [50]
12 July 2012 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 1–0
Q2 Ordabasy Kazakhstan Kazakhstan 19 July 2012 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 2–2
26 July 2012 Kazhimukan Munaitpasov Stadium, Almaty 2–1
Q3 Servette Switzerland Switzerland 2 August 2012 Stade de Genève, Geneva 1–1
9 August 2012 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 0–0 (ag)
PO Legia Warsaw Poland Poland 23 August 2012 Polish Army Stadium, Warsaw 1–1
30 August 2012 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 2–1
Group Rapid Wien Austria Austria 20 September 2012 Ernst-Happel-Stadion, Vienna 2–1
Bayer Leverkusen Germany Germany 4 October 2012 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 0–1
Metalist Kharkiv Ukraine Ukraine 25 October 2012 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 1–2
Metalist Kharkiv Ukraine Ukraine 8 November 2012 Metalist Stadium, Kharkiv 1–3
Rapid Wien Austria Austria 22 November 2012 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 3–2
Bayer Leverkusen Germany Germany 6 December 2012 BayArena, Leverkusen 0–1
2013–14 Europa League Q1 Crusaders Northern Ireland Northern Ireland 24 June 2013 Seaview, Belfast 2–1 [51]
11 July 2013 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 7–2
Q2 St Johnstone Scotland Scotland 18 July 2013 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 0–1
25 July 2013 McDiarmid Park, Perth 1–1
2014–15 Europa League Q1 Jelgava Latvia Latvia 3 July 2014 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 4–0 [52]
10 July 2014 Olympic Sports Center of Zemgale, Jelgava 2–0
Q2 Sligo Rovers Republic of Ireland Ireland 17 July 2014 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 1–2
24 July 2014 The Showgrounds, Sligo 3–1
Q3 Karabükspor Turkey Turkey 31 July 2014 Dr. Necmettin Şeyhoğlu Stadium, Karabük 0–0
7 August 2014 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 1–1
2015–16 Europa League Q1 Víkingur Faroe Islands Faroe Islands 2 July 2015 Sarpugerði, Norðragøta 2–0 [53]
9 July 2015 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 0–0
Q2 KR Iceland Iceland 16 July 2015 KR-völlur, Iceland 1–0
23 July 2015 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 3–0
Q3 Debrecen Hungary Hungary 30 July 2015 Nagyerdei Stadion, Debrecen 3–2
6 August 2015 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 3–1
PO Steaua București Romania Romania 20 August 2015 Arena Națională, Bucharest 3–0
27 August 2015 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 0–1
Group Saint-Étienne France France 17 September 2015 Stade Geoffroy-Guichard, Saint-Étienne 2–2
Dnipro Ukraine Ukraine 1 October 2015 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 0-1
Lazio Italy Italy 22 October 2015 Stadio Olimpico, Rome 1-3
Lazio Italy Italy 5 November 2015 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 0-2
Saint-Étienne France France 26 November 2015 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 1-1
Dnipro Ukraine Ukraine 10 December 2015 Dnipro-Arena, Dnipropetrovsk 0-3
2016–17 Champions League Q2 Norrköping Sweden Sweden 13 July 2016 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 3–1 [54]
20 July 2016 Nya Parken, Norrköping 2–3
Q3 APOEL Cyprus Cyprus 27 July 2016 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 2–1
3 August 2016 GSP Stadium, Nicosia 0–3
Europa League PO Austria Wien Austria Austria 18 August 2016 Ernst Happel Stadium, Vienna 1–2
25 August 2016 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 1–2
2017–18 Champions League Q2 Dundalk Republic of Ireland Ireland 12 July 2017 Oriel Park, Dundalk 1–1
19 July 2017 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 2–1
Q3 Celtic Scotland Scotland 25/26 July 2017 Celtic Park, Glasgow 0–0
1/2 August 2017 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 0–1
Europa League PO Ajax Amsterdam Netherlands Netherlands 17 August 2017 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam 1–0
24 August 2017 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim TBD

By club

The following list shows statistics against opposing teams Rosenborg has played three or more matches against in UEFA tournaments. It shows the club and its country, games played (P), won (W), drawn (D) and lost (L), goals for (F) and against (A). Statistics are as of the end of the 2013–14 season. The statistics include goals scored during extra time where applicable; in these games, the result given is the result at the end of extra time.

Club Country P W D L F A Ref(s)
Juventus Italy Italy 6 0 3 3 3 8 [3]
Porto Portugal Portugal 6 1 1 4 4 8 [3]
Real Madrid Spain Spain 6 1 0 5 5 14 [3]
Bayer Leverkusen Germany Germany 4 0 0 4 0 7 [46][50]
Austria Wien Austria Austria 4 1 0 3 6 9 [46]
Bayern Munich Germany Germany 4 0 3 1 4 5 [3]
Brøndby Denmark Denmark 4 4 0 0 9 5 [3][36]
Celtic Scotland Scotland 4 1 0 3 4 6 [3]
Crusaders Northern Ireland Northern Ireland 4 4 0 0 13 3 [50][51]
Deportivo La Coruña Spain Spain 4 1 1 2 3 10 [3]
Dynamo Kyiv Ukraine Ukraine 4 0 0 4 4 10 [3]
KR Reykjavík Iceland Iceland 4 4 0 0 10 2 [3]
Legia Warsaw Poland Poland 4 2 1 1 8 5 [3][50]
Linfield Northern Ireland Northern Ireland 4 2 2 0 4 1 [3][43]
Lyon France France 4 0 1 3 2 9 [3]
Olympiacos Greece Greece 4 2 2 0 11 5 [3]
Rapid Wien Austria Austria 4 2 1 1 9 9 [3][50]
Steaua București Romania Romania 4 2 1 1 7 4 [3]
Panathinaikos Greece Greece 4 1 2 1 6 5 [3]
Red Star Belgrade Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia 4 1 1 2 2 7 [3]
Club Brugge Belgium Belgium 3 1 1 1 4 4 [3][38]
Copenhagen Denmark Denmark 3 1 1 1 3 3 [38][45]
Saint-Étienne France France 3 0 2 1 3 6 [3]
Valencia Spain Spain 3 2 0 1 4 4 [3][27][38]

Notes

Notes
  1. ^ Rosenborg played the 1971–72 UEFA Cup match at home against Lierse at Ullevaal Stadion in Oslo due to weather conditions making it impossible to play at their home ground Lerkendal stadion.[8]

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