Norway Toppserien Women 08/17 13:00 16 Lyn Women vs Røa Women - View
Norway Cup Women 08/21 15:00 3 Lyn Women vs Røa Women - View
Norway Toppserien Women 08/24 13:00 17 Røa Women vs Asane Women - View
Norway Toppserien Women 08/31 14:45 18 Røa Women vs SK Brann Women - View
Norway Toppserien Women 09/07 13:00 19 Lillestrom SK Women vs Røa Women - View
Norway Toppserien Women 09/11 16:00 20 Røa Women vs Valerenga Women - View


Norway Toppserien Women 07/06 13:00 15 [5] Røa Women v Rosenborg Women [2] L 1-4
Norway Toppserien Women 06/29 13:00 14 [1] Valerenga Women v Røa Women [5] L 5-0
Norway Cup Women 06/26 16:00 9 Røa Women v TIL 2020 Women W 2-1
Norway Toppserien Women 06/22 11:00 13 [6] Røa Women v Kolbotn Women [8] W 2-1
Norway Toppserien Women 06/15 11:00 12 [10] Arna Bjornar Women v Røa Women [6] W 0-1
Norway Toppserien Women 06/15 11:00 12 Avaldsnes Women v Røa Women - CANC
Norway Cup Women 06/11 17:00 8 HamKam Women v Røa Women W 1-5
Norway Toppserien Women 06/08 13:00 11 [6] Røa Women v Stabaek Women [4] W 1-0
Norway Toppserien Women 05/25 13:00 10 Lillestrom SK Women v Røa Women L 2-1
Norway Toppserien Women 05/20 13:00 9 [5] Røa Women v Lyn Fotball Women [7] L 1-2
Norway Toppserien Women 05/15 16:00 8 [3] SK Brann Women v Røa Women [6] D 1-1
Norway Toppserien Women 05/11 12:00 7 [6] Stabaek Women v Røa Women [4] L 1-0


Matches played 29 13 16
Wins 11 7 4
Draws 4 1 3
Losses 14 5 9
Goals for 36 21 15
Goals against 42 17 25
Clean sheets 8 4 4
Failed to score 12 3 9

Wikipedia - Røa IL

Røa IL is a Norwegian sports club from Røa in the borough of Vestre Aker, Oslo. It was founded on 11 November 1900, and has sections for football, gymnastics, bandy, and cross-country skiing. Football, bandy, and Nordic skiing have been dominant in Røa. In bandy, the team has twice made it to the finals in the Norwegian cup, losing both to arch-rivals Stabæk. In skiing, the two foremost names are Olav Hansson, world champion team large hill ski jumping in the 1982 World Ski Championships and Martin Johnsrud Sundby, a Norwegian national team cross-country skier who won the FIS Cross-Country World Cup and the Tour de Ski in 2013–14.

The biggest success so far is probably the women's football team. While Røa was open for women participating in handball and gymnastics, football was frowned upon for quite some time. Women's football was started outside the club by Røa legend Ole Bjørn Edner and his daughter Kristine with friends. The team was finally recognized when they started winning the Norway Cup in 1993. The team started in the fourth tier in 1994, and spent two years in each tier before they qualified for the first tier, Toppserien, in 2000. As the bandy team were relegated the same season, the football team took over as the main success. In an attempt to brand the team, a former bandy player came up with the nickname "Dynamite Girls", which has stuck since.

Røa's first season in Toppserien was a fierce battle to avoid relegation. In the last match the team saw it through. The next two seasons were a dramatic improvement, the team finished fourth (out of ten) both times. In 2004 Røa won both league and cup. After an abysmal 2005 season, they continued their dominance with a cup victory in 2006, a league victory in 2007, and a Double in 2008 and 2009. With in all eight trophies, Røa is the third most successful team in women's football in Norway (joint with Sprint-Jeløy if one counts the proto-national league from 1984.1986).

The team has a host of current and former national team players. Among them are the 2007 World Cup players Siri Nordby (captain), Guro Knutsen Mienna, Lene Mykjåland, Marie Knutsen and Marit Fiane Christensen.

The men's football team currently plays in the Third Division (fourth tier).

Røa Women's soccer team is a professional women's football club based in Oslo, Norway. The team competes in the top tier of women's football in Norway, the Toppserien. Røa Women have a rich history of success in Norwegian football, having won multiple league titles and domestic cups.

Known for their attacking style of play and strong team spirit, Røa Women have a talented squad of players who are capable of competing with the best teams in the country. The team is led by a dedicated coaching staff who are committed to developing the players both on and off the field.

Røa Women have a passionate fan base who support the team at home and away matches, creating an electric atmosphere at their games. The team's iconic red and white colors are a symbol of their pride and tradition in Norwegian football.

Overall, Røa Women are a respected and competitive team in Norwegian women's football, with a bright future ahead as they continue to strive for success on the national and international stage.