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Varhaug 1 - 3 Eiger. Melbo 3 - 2 Skaanland. The teams with the highest number of scored goals. Overall Home Away.
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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 Viking , who defeated Haugesund 1—0 in the final. Odd and Rosenborg are the most successful clubs with 12 titles each.
This was an invitation tournament organised by Kristiania IF and the Norwegian Football Association, which was later given official status.
Five teams joined the competition, and Odd reached the final without playing a match. The first tournament who had official status at the time of the events was the Norwegian Cup and was won by Odd.
This continued until , when the cup was opened for all clubs of a certain standing. League football began with the —38 season , and Fredrikstad became the first team to win a domestic double by winning both the league and the cup in the same year.
Due to the outbreak of World War II , the competition was not played between the and editions. The competition was not nationwide until The final has been played at Ullevaal Stadion since the cup final.
Before the proper rounds take place, two qualifying rounds are played in March and April. The first round 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. 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. Most entrants from level 4 and all entrants from level 5 have to play to qualifying rounds to join the competition proper.
Depending on 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 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.
In all rounds, if a fixture result in a draw after normal time, the winner is settled by a period of extra time , and if still necessary, a penalty shootout.
Earlier, fixtures resulting in a draw after normal time would go to a replay , played at the venue of the away team. The first Cup Final to go to a replay was the final, between Lyn and Fredrikstad.
The initial tie finished 1—1 and the first replay also finished 1—1. Lyn won the second replay 4—0. The only other time the final has taken three matches to settle was the final between Oslo rivals Skeid and Frigg 2—2, 1—1, 2—1.
The last replayed final was the final , when Rosenborg and Brann fought a 1—1 draw. The replay saw Rosenborg win the Cup, with the score 3—1.
The first final to be decided by a penalty shootout was the final between Molde and Aalesund. The score ended 1—1 after normal time and 2—2 after extra time.
Aalesund won the final 5—4 on penalties. 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.
Norwegian 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.
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.
Since its establishment, the Norwegian Cup has been won by 27 different teams. Teams shown in italics are no longer in existence.
Since , 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.
Before the 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 cup were drawn, all 4 clubs boycotted the draw in a protest against the move. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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