The Stavanger Oilers are an ice hockey club from Stavanger, Norway and play in the Fjordkraftligaen, the top division of Norwegian hockey.
Their home rink is the DNB Arena, which holds approximately 4,500 people. The Oilers were officially established in 2000 as a corporate entity. With the support of Finnish businessman Hartti Kristola, the club quickly developed into a very professionally-run club that has attracted many successful international hockey players to date.
The Oilers have won the Norwegian championship nine times, including six in a row between 2011 and 2017.
On the international stage, the Oilers won the IIHF Continental Cup in 2013/14. They then appeared in the Champions Hockey League four straight seasons, with their biggest success coming in 2015/16 when they won their Group to play in the Round of 32 - there they lost to German side Eisbären Berlin.
In the 2022/23 CHL season, Stavanger missed out on a chance to qualify for the Playoffs by a tie-breaker.
The Stavanger Oilers won the Norwegian championship in the 2022/23 season to qualify for their seventh CHL season.
- Founded in 2000
- Won 6 straight Norwegian titles between 2011 and 2017
- Won the IIHF Continental Cup in 2013/14
- Reached CHL Round of 32 in 2015/16
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