This list of Norwegian bandy champions shows all champions since the start. Championship for men's teams have been played since 1912, championship for women's teams have been played since 1984.
The winner of the men's teams championship is given a trophy called kongepokal ("king's cyp"). The team having won the most championships is Stabæk IF, having won 20 championships including the one in 2014, overtaking Drafn’s 19 that year.
The Norwegian Bandy Premier League (Eliteserien) has been played since 1932 and consists (for the time being) of eight teams. After the regular league, the six leading of the league teams go to a play-off which decides what team will be the Norwegian champion.
From the start in 1912, bandy in Norway was played with seven players on each team and was called «ishockey» (literally "ice hockey"), but the sport was actually bandy. Starting in 1929, eleven-man teams have been used, just as in other countries, and the same year Norges Ishockeyforbund was renamed Norges Bandyforbund.
7-a side bandy 1912–1928
|1912||IF Ready||11-2||Kristiania Hockeyklub||Bislett stadion, Oslo|
|1913||IF Ready||w.o.||Kristiania Hockeyklub|
|1915||IF Ready||11-3||SFK Trygg||Frogner stadion, Oslo|
|1916||IF Ready||14-6||SFK Trygg||Frogner stadion, Oslo|
|1917||IF Ready||21-7||Frigg Oslo FK||Frogner stadion, Oslo|
|1918||IF Ready||11-5||SFK Trygg||Frogner stadion, Oslo|
|1919||IF Ready||9-5||SFK Trygg||Frogner stadion, Oslo|
|1920||IF Ready||7-5 eeo.||SFK Trygg||Dælenenga, Oslo|
|1921||SFK Trygg||1-0||IF Ready||Dælenenga, Oslo|
|1922||IF Ready||5-3||SFK Trygg||Bislett stadion, Oslo|
|1923||IF Ready||6-1||Frigg Oslo FK||Marienlyst stadion, Drammen|
|1924||IF Ready||7-1||SK Drafn||Malakoff, Moss|
|1925||IF Ready||7-3||SK Drafn||Bislett stadion, Oslo|
|1926||SK Drafn||6-1||SFK Trygg||Marienlyst stadion, Drammen|
|1927||IF Ready||3-0||SFK Trygg||Bislett stadion, Oslo|
|1928||SK Forward||3-2||Grane FK||Dælenenga, Oslo|
11-a side bandy since 1929
- No championship was played in 1914 due to warm winter weather.
- No official championship was played due to World War II in 1941–1945. However, in 1943–1945 illegal championships were played. The unofficial champions for these years were Stabæk IF in 1943, Bestum IF in 1944 and Stabæk IF in 1945.
- No play-off this year; the league winner was named champion.
- Final played as two matches.
Men's and women's titles the same year
|4||Stabæk IF (1995, 2007, 2011, 2016)|
- Halfdan Ditlev-Simonsen (1923). "Ishockey". In K. Vilh. Amundsen (ed.). Idrætsboken. Bind III. Oslo: Aschehoug. p. 3.
- "Historikk". Norway's Bandy Association. December 2000. Retrieved 14 March 2014.