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Play-offs to the 2. divisjon

The Play-offs to the 2. divisjon in association football took place from 2000 up to and including the 2010 season.

The play-offs were instituted because of the streamlining of the 2. divisjon ahead of the 2001 season. It was reduced from eight to four groups, and thus, not all winners of the 3. divisjon groups could be promoted.

From the 2011 season, the 3. divisjon was streamlined to have twelve groups, where the winners are promoted to the four groups of the 2. divisjon, whence three teams (on average) in each of the four 2. divisjon groups are relegated to the 3. divisjon.

2010

Reference: Fotballen.eu

2009

Reference: Fotballen.eu

2008

Reference: Fotballen.eu

2007

Reference: Fotballen.eu

2006

Reference: Fotballen.eu

2005

2004

2003

2002

2001

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2000

In 2000, there was a three-way playoff between teams from both the 2. divisjon and the 3. divisjon. One team prevailed (with green background in the table), the other two were either relegated or stayed in the 3. divisjon. All the three-way matches, with one exception, were contested between one 2. divisjon and two 3. divisjon teams.

2. divisjon team 3. divisjon team 3. divisjon team
Lyngen/Karnes Fløya Hammerfest
Fauske/Sprint Gevir Bodø Flakstad
Grovfjord Nidelv Stjørdals-Blink
Træff Langevåg Kristiansund
Kolstad Nest-Sotra Brann 2
Sandnes Jerv Ålgård
Gjøvik-Lyn Sparta Mjøndalen
Eidsvold Turn Østsiden Runar
Ski Rygge Nybergsund
Nord Os (2. divisjon) Sogndal 2

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