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Norwegian Football Cup

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Norwegian Football Cup
Logo of the Norwegian Football Cup.
Founded 1902; 116 years ago (1902)
Region Norway
Number of teams 272 (2018)
Qualifier for UEFA Europa League
Domestic cup(s) Mesterfinalen
Current champions Lillestrøm
(6th title)
Most successful club(s) Odd
(12 titles)
Television broadcasters NRK
Website NM Men
2018 Norwegian Football Cup

The Norwegian Football Cup (Norwegian: Norgesmesterskapet i fotball for herrer) is the main knockout cup competition in Norwegian football. It is run by the Football Association of Norway and has been contested since 1902, making it the oldest football tournament in the country. The tournament is commonly known as Cupen ("The Cup") or NM, an acronym formed from Norgesmesterskap ("Norwegian Championship"). These terms are used to describe both the men's and women's competitions. The equivalent competition for women's teams is the Norwegian Women's Football Cup.

The Norwegian Football Cup is a national championship, meaning that while the Eliteserien may be the most prestigious competition to win, it is the winners of the Cup who are awarded the title "Norwegian football champions". This differs from, for example, English football, where the winners of the FA Premier League are the ones who become English champions.

Winners receive the King's trophy. Winners also qualify for the Europa League second qualifying round and a place in the Mesterfinalen, the Norwegian super cup match. The current Norwegian champions and holders of the cup are Lillestrøm, who defeated Sarpsborg 08 3–2 in the 2017 final. Odd are the most successful club with 12 titles.

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Contents

History

The first cup was played in 1902, but was open for county champions only. This continued until 1933, when the cup was opened for all clubs of a certain standing. The competition was not nationwide until 1963. 1963 was the first year clubs from Northern Norway were allowed to participate, this was due to a poor communication system in the northern parts of Norway and to the belief that the clubs in the three northern counties could not compete on the same level as the southern clubs (Bodø/Glimt - one of the two northern newcomers - did stay in the cup to the fourth round that year).

Before the 2004 cup final, NRK awarded the 1986 final between Tromsø and Lillestrøm with the title Tidenes Cupfinale (Best cup final ever), and ex-Rosenborg striker Gøran Sørloth with Tidenes Cuphelt (Best cup hero ever).

Format

The first rounds of the cup are played in April, around the same time as the Eliteserien season starts. The first two rounds are set up by the Norwegian Football Association, and the top flight teams are usually pitted against fairly weak amateur teams, often in rural areas, on the amateur team's home pitch. Early upsets, where an amateur team knocks a professional team out of the tournament do happen occasionally. For example, in 2012 the Eliteserien teams Sandnes Ulf and Sogndal were knocked out in the first round by the third division (fourth tier) teams Staal Jørpeland IL and Florø SK respectively.[1] Even if the amateur team loses, squaring off against a professional team may well be the highlight of their season.

From the third round to the semi-final, matchups are drawn at random, the teams face off once, and the winner goes on to the next round. The final match is played at Ullevaal Stadium (national stadium) in November or December, and takes place near the end of the Norwegian football season.

The cup is very popular in Norway, and tickets for the final match are hard to get hold of, as the game usually sells out quickly. The supporters of the two teams playing in the final match are seated at the two short-ends of the pitch, while the more neutral supporters are seated by the long-ends. The match is also televised on national television.

Schedule

Most entrants from level 4 and all entrants from level 5 have to play to qualifying rounds to join the competition proper.[2] Reserve teams of Eliteserien clubs, who are eligible to play in 2. divisjon (level 3) can not enter. Depending of the number of reserve teams, the first round proper will be filled with the best clubs from level 4 until the number of teams from levels 1–4 is 84. Clubs from higher levels are then added in the first round, as per the table below. The months in which rounds are played are traditional, with exact dates subject to each year's calendar.

Round New entrants at this round Month No of matches
Qualifying Competition
First Qualifying Round Level 4 and 5 clubs March 88
Second Qualifying Round none April 44
Competition Proper
First Round Level 1, 2 and 3 clubs April 64
Second Round none May 32
Third Round 16
Fourth Round June 8
Quarter-finals August 4
Semi-finals September 2
Final December 1

Qualification for subsequent competitions

European football

The Cup winners qualify for the following season's UEFA Europa League (formerly named the UEFA Cup; from its launch in 1960 until 1998, they entered the now-defunct UEFA Cup Winners' Cup instead). This European place applies even if the team is relegated or is not in the Norwegian top flight. In the past, if the Cup winning team also qualified for the following season's Champions League or Europa League through their league position, then the losing Cup finalist were given this European berth instead. FA Cup winners enter the Europa League at the second qualifying round. Losing finalists, if they haven't qualified for Europe via the league, began earlier, at the first qualifying round. From the 2015–16 UEFA Europa League season, however, UEFA does not allow the runners-up to qualify for the Europa League through the competition.[3] If the winner – and until 2015, the runner-up – has already qualified for Europe through their league position (with the exception of the UEFA Cup until 1998), the Cup berth was then given to the highest-place team in the league who has not yet qualified.

Mesterfinalen

The Cup winners also qualify for the following season's single-match Mesterfinalen, a season opener played against the previous season's Eliteserien champions (or the Eliteserien runners-up if the Cup winners also won the league – the double).

Finals

Key

(R) Replay
* Match went to extra time
Match decided by a penalty shootout after extra time
Bold Winning team won The Double of Norwegian Cup & Premier/Top Division
Italics Team from outside the top level of Norwegian football
Season Winner [4] Score [4] Runner-up [4] Referee [4] Venue [4] Att.[4]
1902 Grane 2 – 0 Odd Bredo Larsen, (Lyn Oslo) Gamle Frogner stadion, Kristiania
1903 Odd 1 – 0 Grane Finn Hagemann, (Lyn Oslo) Gamle Frogner stadion, Kristiania
1904 Odd 4 – 0 Porsgrunds FC Thomas Wiborg, (Kragerø IF Turn) Skien Sportsplassen, Skien 800
1905 Odd 2 – 1 Akademisk Arthur Nordlie, (Lyn Oslo) Gamle Frogner stadion, Kristiania 3,000
1906 Odd 1 – 0 Sarpsborg Sverre Strand, (SK Grane) Gamle Frogner stadion, Kristiania
1907 Mercantile 3 – 0 Sarpsborg August Heiberg Kahrs, (Lyn Oslo) Nedre Frednes, Porsgrunn 4,000
1908 Lyn 3 – 2 Odd Charles Stanley Davis, (Sarpsborg FK) Gamle Frogner stadion, Kristiania
1909[5] Lyn 4 – 3 * Odd Christian Wiese, (Akademisk FK) Gamle Frogner stadion, Kristiania 4,000
1910 Lyn 4 – 2 Odd Theodor Hansen, (Fredrikstad FK) Gamle Frogner stadion, Kristiania 5,000
1911 Lyn 5 – 2 Urædd Ruben Gelbord, (Stockholm, Sweden) Gamle Frogner stadion, Kristiania 5,000
1912 Mercantile 6 – 0 Fram Tryggve Lund, (Odd BK) Gamle Frogner stadion, Kristiania 2,000
1913 Odd 2 – 1 Mercantile Ruben Gelbord, (Stockholm, Sweden) Urædd stadion, Porsgrunn 10,000
1914 Frigg 4 – 2 Gjøvik-Lyn Daniel Eie, (Lyn Oslo) Frogner stadion, Kristiania 10,000
1915 Odd 2 – 1 Kvik Fredrikshald Peder Christian Andersen, (Kristiania) Sarpsborg stadion, Sarpsborg 6,000
1916 Frigg 2 – 0 Ørn Peder Christian Andersen, (Kristiania) Skøitebanen, Trondheim 4,000
1917 Sarpsborg 4 – 1 Brann Arne Wendelborg, (Frigg Oslo) Stavanger stadion, Stavanger 10,000
1918 Kvik Fredrikshald 4 – 0 Brann Ragnvald Smedvik, (Frigg Oslo) Marienlyst stadion, Drammen 12,000
1919 Odd 1 – 0 Frigg Peder Christian Andersen, (Kristiania) Fram sportsplass, Larvik 10,000
1920 Ørn 1 – 0 Frigg Fredrik Schieldrop, (Minde) Vestre Holmen, Kristiania 14,000
1921 Frigg Oslo 2 – 0 Odd Alf Lagesen, (Drammens BK) Vestre Holmen, Kristiania 20,000
1922 Odd 5 – 1 Kvik Fredrikshald Thorvald E. Johnsen, (Trygg) Brann stadion, Bergen 8,000
1923 Brann 2 – 1 Lyn Karl Aug. Andersen, (Kvik Fredrikshald) Odds gressbane, Skien 8,000
1924 Odd 3 – 0 Mjøndalen Trygve Høgbergh, (Fagerborg) Sorgenfri gressbane, Trondheim 7,000
1925 Brann 3 – 0 Sarpsborg Fridtjof Johansen, (Holmestrand IF) Fredrikstad stadion, Fredrikstad 10,000
1926 Odd 3 – 0 Ørn Finn Grefberg, (Frigg Oslo) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 16,000
1927 Ørn 4 – 0 Drafn Fritz Lütcherath, (Hasle-Løren) Sandefjord stadion, Sandefjord 3,000
1928 Ørn 2 – 1 Lyn Paulus Nilsen, (Brodd) Halden stadion, Halden 6,717
1929 Sarpsborg 2 – 1 * Ørn Thoralf Kristiansen, (Gjøa) Stavanger stadion, Stavanger 13,000
1930 Ørn 4 – 2 Drammens BK Reidar Randers-Johansen, (Trygg) Brann stadion, Bergen 6,000
1931 Odd 3 – 1 Mjøndalen Bjarne H. Bech, (Ørn) Lovisenlund idrettsplass, Larvik 13,000
1932 Fredrikstad 6 – 1 Ørn Oscar Arvid Carlsen, (Lillestrøm) Marienlyst stadion, Drammen 17,000
1933 Mjøndalen 3 – 1 Viking Eivind Johansen, (Larvik Turn) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 23,000
1934 Mjøndalen 2 – 1 * Sarpsborg Kolbjørn Dæhlen, (Skeid Fotball) Sorgenfri gressbane, Trondheim 8,000
1935 Fredrikstad 4 – 0 Sarpsborg Thoralf Christiansen, (Stavanger IF) Sarpsborg stadion, Sarpsborg 15,200
1936 Fredrikstad 2 – 0 Mjøndalen Kåre Gunnar Kinn, (Eidsvold IF) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 20,000
1937 Mjøndalen 4 – 2 Odd Alf Simensen, (Sarpsborg FK) Urædd stadion, Porsgrunn 17,000
1938 Fredrikstad 3 – 2 * Mjøndalen Finn Amundsen, (Lyn Oslo) Briskeby gressbane, Hamar 14,500
1939 Sarpsborg 2 – 1 Skeid Gullik Hagajore, (Tønsberg Turnforening) Tønsberg gressbane, Tønsberg 8,000
1940 Fredrikstad 3 – 0 Skeid Thorleiv Nordbø, (Frigg Oslo FK) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 30,000
1945 Lyn 1 – 1 * Fredrikstad Haakon Engebretsen, (SK Brage) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 34,162
1945 (R) Lyn 1 – 1 * Fredrikstad Edvin Pedersen, (SK Gjøa) Sarpsborg stadion, Sarpsborg 18,000
1945 (2R) Lyn 4 – 0 Fredrikstad Nils Gundersen, (Fram Larvik) Bislett Stadium, Oslo 31,412
1946 Lyn
3 – 2 * Fredrikstad Sverre Hermansen, (Fjellkameratene IL) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 35,000
1947 Skeid 2 – 0 Viking Bjarne Halvorsen, (Skiold Fotball) Brann stadion, Bergen 25,000
1948 Sarpsborg 1 – 0 Fredrikstad Johan Narvestad, (Hasle-Løren) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 35,000
1949 Sarpsborg 3 – 1 Skeid Svend J. Svendsen, (Torp IF) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 36,000
1950 Fredrikstad 3 – 0 Brann Josef Larsen, (Frigg Oslo FK) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 35,367
1951 Sarpsborg 3 – 2 * Asker Folke Bålstad, (Mercantile/Trygg) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 30,639
1952 Sparta 3 – 2 Solberg Helge Ladim, (Grüner IL) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 30,639
1953 Viking 2 – 1 Lillestrøm Øivind Helgesen, (Liull) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 31,102
1954 Skeid 3 – 0 Fredrikstad Finn Å. Bråthen, (Lillestrøm SK) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 34,794
1955 Skeid 5 – 0 Lillestrøm Henry Klausen, (Sarpsborg FK) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 33,825
1956 Skeid 2 – 0 Larvik Turn Gunnar Andersen, (Ulefoss SF) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 33,444
1957 Fredrikstad 4 – 0 Sandefjord BK Leif Gulliksen, (Ørn FK) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 33,073
1958 Skeid 1 – 0 Lillestrøm Birger Nilsen, (Grüner IL) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 32,579
1959 Viking 3 – 1 Sandefjord BK Trygve Dahlgren, (IF Urædd) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 28,195
1960 Rosenborg 3 – 3 * Odd Harald Heltberg, (Frigg Oslo FK) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 31,135
1960 (R) Rosenborg 3 – 2 Odd Arnold Nilsen, (Nymark IL) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 29,743
1961 Fredrikstad 7 – 0 Haugar Bjørn Borgersen, (Mercantile SFK) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 30,273
1962 Gjøvik-Lyn 2 – 0 Vard Georg Dragvoll, (IK Brage) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 31,157
1963 Skeid 2 – 0 * Fredrikstad Kåre Furulund, (Hasle-Løren) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 31,444
1964 Rosenborg 2 – 1 Sarpsborg Johan Riseth, (Namsos IL) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 24,665
1965 Skeid 2 – 2 * Frigg Finn Bolstad, (Skiold Fotball) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 18,821
1965 (R) Skeid 1 – 1 * Frigg Rolf Hansen, (Skiens-Grane IF) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 8,826
1965 (2R) Skeid 2 – 1 Frigg Sverre Eugen Olsen, (Akademisk BK) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 8,990
1966 Fredrikstad 3 – 2 Lyn Hans Granlund, (Heggedal IL) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 30,335
1967 Lyn 4 – 1 Rosenborg Ivar Hornslien, (Nydalen) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 27,389
1968 Lyn 3 – 0 Mjøndalen Henry Øberg, (Hamar IL) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 21,101
1969 Strømsgodset 2 – 2 * Fredrikstad Rolf H. Andersen, (Skeid Fotball) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 27,529
1969 (R) Strømsgodset 5 – 3 Fredrikstad Kåre Sirevaag, (Viking FK) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 24,022
1970 Strømsgodset 4 – 2 Lyn Einar Røed, (Tønsberg Turnforening) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 25,744
1971 Rosenborg 4 – 1 Fredrikstad Rolf Nyhus, (Nordstrand IF) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 25,180
1972 Brann 1 – 0 Rosenborg Kjell Wahlen, (Skeid Fotball) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 17,700
1973 Strømsgodset 1 – 0 Rosenborg Svein-Inge Thime, (Stavanger IF) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 23,209
1974 Skeid 3 – 1 Viking Egil Bergstad, (Borre IF) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 14,276
1975 Bodø/Glimt 2 – 0 Vard Kaare Lindboe, (FK Vidar) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 24,778
1976 Brann 2 – 1 Sogndal Odd Johannessen, (Vang FL) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 22,834
1977 Lillestrøm 1 – 0 Bodø/Glimt Rolf Haugen, (Lillehammer FK) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 22,648
1978 Lillestrøm 2 – 1 Brann Reidar Bjørnestad, (IL Sandviken) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 23,534
1979 Viking 2 – 1 Haugar Ivar Fredriksen, (Lillestrøm SK) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 25,000
1980 Vålerenga 4 – 1 Lillestrøm Einar Halle, (Molde FK) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 23,000
1981 Lillestrøm 3 – 1 Moss Jan Erik Olsen, (Drammens BK) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 22,895
1982 Brann 3 – 2 Molde Torbjørn Aass, (SK Brage) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 24,000
1983 Moss 2 – 0 Vålerenga Thorodd Presberg, (Strømsgodset IF) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 23,000
1984 Fredrikstad 3 – 3 * Viking Per Arne Larsgård, (Sandefjord BK) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 23,668
1984 (R) Fredrikstad 3 – 2 Viking Einar Halle, (Molde FK) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 15,993
1985 Lillestrøm 4 – 1 Vålerenga Tore Hollung, (Østsiden IL) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 18,500
1986 Tromsø 4 – 1 Lillestrøm Egil Nervik, (SK Freidig) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 22,000
1987 Bryne 1 – 0 * Brann Kjell Nordby, (Rygge IL) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 23,080
1988 Rosenborg 2 – 2 * Brann Bjørn Kronborg, (Faaberg Fotball) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 23,500
1988 (R) Rosenborg 2 – 0 Brann Thorodd Presberg, (Strømsgodset IF) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 23,700
1989 Viking 2 – 2 * Molde Rune Pedersen, (SK Sprint/Jeløy) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 23,000
1989 (R) Viking 2 – 1 Molde Egil Nervik, (SK Freidig) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 9,856
1990 Rosenborg 5 – 1 Fyllingen Arild Haugstad, (Faaberg Fotball) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 30,000
1991 Strømsgodset 3 – 2 Rosenborg Roy Helge Olsen, (Frigg Oslo FK) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 27,240
1992 Rosenborg 3 – 2 Lillestrøm Rune Pedersen, (SK Sprint/Jeløy) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 28,217
1993 Bodø/Glimt 2 – 0 Strømsgodset Sven Kjelbrott, (Haugerud IF) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 26,315
1994 Molde 3 – 2 Lyn Terje Singsaas, (Rosenborg BK) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 24,524
1995 Rosenborg 1 – 1 * Brann Jon E. Skjervold, (Fet IL) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 27,561
1995 (R) Rosenborg 3 – 1 Brann Rune Pedersen, (SK Sprint/Jeløy) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 20,076
1996 Tromsø 2 – 1 Bodø/Glimt Terje Hauge, (Lyngbø SK) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 22,683
1997 Vålerenga 4 – 2 Strømsgodset Roy Helge Olsen, (Harstad IL) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 22,678
1998 Stabæk 3 – 1 * Rosenborg Rune Pedersen, (SK Sprint/Jeløy) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 23,251
1999 Rosenborg 2 – 0 Brann Tom Henning Øvrebø, (Nordstrand IF) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 25,296
2000 Odd Grenland 2 – 1 * Viking Frode Kvam, (Strindheim IL) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 24,864
2001 Viking 3 – 0 Bryne Kjell Alseth, (Stjørdals/Blink IL) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 25,823
2002 Vålerenga 1 – 0 Odd Grenland Tommy Skjerven, (Kaupanger IL) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 25,481
2003 Rosenborg 3 – 1 * Bodø/Glimt Terje Hauge, (Olsvik IL) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 25,447
2004 Brann 4 – 1 Lyn Espen Berntsen, (Vang FL) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 25,458
2005 Molde 4 - 2 * Lillestrøm Brage Sandmoen, (Kjelsås IL) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 25,182
2006 Fredrikstad 3 – 0 Sandefjord Fotball Tom Henning Øvrebø, (Nordstrand IF) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 25,102
2007 Lillestrøm 2 – 0 Haugesund Per Ivar Staberg, (Harstad IL) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 24,361
2008 Vålerenga 4 – 1 Stabæk Svein Oddvar Moen, (SK Haugar) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 24,823
2009 Aalesund 2 – 2 †
(5–4 pen.)
Molde Kristoffer Helgerud, (Lier IL) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 25,500
2010 Strømsgodset 2 – 0 Follo Tom Harald Hagen, (Grue IL) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 24,500
2011 Aalesund 2 – 1 Brann Svein-Erik Edvartsen, (Hamar IL) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 25,032
2012 Hødd 1 – 1 †
(4–2 pen.)
Tromsø Kjetil Sælen, (Arna-Bjørnar) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 24,217
2013 Molde 4 – 2 Rosenborg Svein Oddvar Moen, (SK Haugar) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 24,824
2014 Molde 2 – 0 Odd Dag Vidar Hafsås, (Kolstad Fotball) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 26,528
2015 Rosenborg 2 – 0 Sarpsborg 08 Ken Henry Johnsen, (Husøy & Foynland IF) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 26,507
2016 Rosenborg 4 – 0 Kongsvinger Tore Hansen (Feda IL) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 26,912
2017 Lillestrøm 3 – 2 Sarpsborg 08 Ola Hobber Nilsen (Nordstrand IF) Ullevaal stadion, Oslo 25,091

Winners and finalists

Results by team

Club Winners Runners-up Winning Years Years as runners-up
Odd 12 9 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906, 1913, 1915, 1919, 1922, 1924, 1926, 1931, 2000 1902, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1921, 1937, 1960, 2002, 2014
Fredrikstad 11 7 1932, 1935, 1936, 1938, 1940, 1950, 1957, 1961, 1966, 1984, 2006 1945, 1946, 1948, 1954, 1963, 1969, 1971
Rosenborg 11 6 1960, 1964, 1971, 1988, 1990, 1992, 1995, 1999, 2003, 2015, 2016 1967, 1972, 1973, 1991, 1998, 2013
Lyn 8 6 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1945, 1946, 1967, 1968 1923, 1928, 1966, 1970, 1994, 2004
Skeid 8 3 1947, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1958, 1963, 1965, 1974 1939, 1940, 1949
Brann 6 9 1923, 1925, 1972, 1976, 1982, 2004 1917, 1918, 1950, 1978, 1987, 1988, 1995, 1999, 2011
Lillestrøm 6 7 1977, 1978, 1981, 1985, 2007, 2017 1953, 1955, 1958, 1980, 1986, 1992, 2005
Sarpsborg 6 6 1917, 1929, 1939, 1948, 1949, 1951 1906, 1907, 1925, 1934, 1935, 1964
Viking 5 5 1953, 1959, 1979, 1989, 2001 1933, 1947, 1974, 1984, 2000
Strømsgodset 5 2 1969, 1970, 1973, 1991, 2010 1993, 1997
Ørn-Horten 4 4 1920, 1927, 1928, 1930 1916, 1926, 1929, 1932
Molde 4 3 1994, 2005, 2013, 2014 1982, 1989, 2009
Vålerenga 4 2 1980, 1997, 2002, 2008 1983, 1985
Mjøndalen 3 5 1933, 1934, 1937 1924, 1931, 1936
Frigg Oslo 3 3 1914, 1916, 1921 1919, 1920, 1965
Bodø/Glimt 2 3 1975, 1993 1977, 1996, 2003
Mercantile 2 1 1907, 1912 1913
Tromsø 2 1 1986, 1996 2012
Aalesund 2 2009, 2011
Kvik Halden (known as Fredrikshald until 1928) 1 2 1918 1915, 1922
SK Grane 1 1 1902 1903
Gjøvik/Lyn 1 1 1962 1914
Moss 1 1 1983 1981
Bryne 1 1 1987 2001
Stabæk 1 1 1998 2008
Sparta 1 1952
Hødd 1 2012
Urædd (includes Porsgrunds FC) 2 1904, 1911
Sandefjord BK 2 1957, 1959
Vard Haugesund 2 1962, 1975
Haugar 2 1961, 1979
Sarpsborg 08 2 2015, 2017
Akademisk Kristiania 1 1905
Fram Larvik 1 1912
Drafn 1 1927
Drammens BK 1 1930
Asker 1 1951
Solberg 1 1952
Larvik Turn 1 1956
Sogndal 1 1976
Fyllingen 1 1990
Sandefjord 1 2006
Haugesund 1 2007
Follo 1 2010
Kongsvinger 1 2016

Records and statistics

Final

Team

Individual

All rounds

  • Highest attendance at Ullevaal Stadion: 36,000 at the 1949 final (Sarpsborg v. Skeid, 23 October 1949)

Women

Since 1978, an official cup for women's clubs has also been played. The women's cup final is usually played on a Saturday, the day before the men's cup final. The 1978 cup final between BUL and Trondheims-Ørn was the only Norwegian cup final to be decided on penalties.

Before the 2006 final, the Norwegian Football Association decided that the Women's final would be played at Bislett Stadium instead of Ullevaal Stadion, which caused some debate. The Football Association claimed that two matches over one weekend would cause too much wear on the Ullevaal pitch, while representatives for the clubs claimed that the move was discriminating against women's football. When the semi-finals of the 2006 cup were drawn, all 4 clubs boycotted the draw in a protest against the move. [1]

External links

See also

Notes and references

  1. ^ "Staal og FSK skreiv fotballhistorie" (in Norwegian). NRK Sogn og Fjordane. 3 May 2012. 
  2. ^ "Informasjon om NM-spill i 2017 og 2018". www.fotball.no (in Norwegian). Norwegian Football Association (NFF). 12 December 2016. Retrieved 14 June 2018. 
  3. ^ "UEFA Direct" (PDF). UEFA Magazine. October 2013. Retrieved 14 June 2018. 
  4. ^ a b c d e f http://www.rsssf.no/stats/CupFinals.html
  5. ^ After a protest from Odd during the original 1909 Final, which was caused by Odd refusing to play on after conceding what they saw as an offside goal - the Norwegian Football Federation annulled the Second Half. A replacement Referee - Thorvald Torgersen - was appointed and the 2nd Half and Extra Time were replayed in full - http://www.rsssf.no/1909/fcup
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