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2010 Norwegian Football Cup

2010 Norwegian Football Cup
Country  Norway
Teams 128 (competition proper)
275 (total)
Champions Strømsgodset (5th title)
Runners-up Follo
Top goal scorer(s) Kenneth Kvalheim
Péter Kovács
Eirik Markegård
(6 goals) [1]

The Norwegian Football Cup 2010 was the 105th season of the Norwegian annual knockout football tournament. The competition started with two qualifying rounds on 11 April and 21 April, and the final was held on 14 November at Ullevaal Stadium. The defending champions were Aalesund.

The winners of the Cup, Strømsgodset, can call themselves Champions of Norway and qualified for the third qualifying round of the 2011–12 UEFA Europa League.

Calendar

Round Main date Number of fixtures Clubs
First Qualifying Round 11 April 2010 98 275 → 177
Second Qualifying Round 21 April 2010 49 177 → 128
First Round 13 May 2010 64 128 → 64
Second Round 19 May 2010 32 64 → 32
Third Round 9 June 2010 16 32 → 16
Fourth Round 7 July 2010 8 16 → 8
Quarterfinals 14–15 August 2010 4 8 → 4
Semifinals 22–23 September 2010 2 4 → 2
Final 14 November 2010 1 2 → 1

Results

Results from www.altomfotball.no

Third round

The games were played, in a one-leg format, between June 9–10.

Team #1  Score  Team #2
Odd Grenland 6–2 Mjøndalen
Follo 4–2 Lillestrøm
Lyn 2–4 Strømsgodset
Stabæk 3–3 (aet)
3–4(p)
Tønsberg
Kongsvinger 2–1 (aet) Nybergsund IL-Trysil
Strømmen 2–5 Fredrikstad
Sandefjord 4–2 Moss
Løv-Ham 2–1 Aalesund
Molde 1–3 Sogndal
Bodø/Glimt 1–2 (aet) Ranheim
Tromsdalen 0–2 (aet) Tromsø
Haugesund 6–1 Bryne
Fyllingen 1–4 Viking
Start 2–0 Sandnes Ulf
Rosenborg 3–1 Alta
Sarpsborg 08 2–2 (aet)
3–5 (p)
Hønefoss

Fourth round

The draw was made on June 11. The Games were played in a one-leg format.

Team #1  Score  Team #2
Sogndal 3–1 Løv-Ham
Sandefjord 1–4 Rosenborg
Strømsgodset 3–0 Haugesund
Tønsberg 0–2 Follo
Hønefoss 1–5 Odd Grenland
Viking 2–0 Kongsvinger
Tromsø 0–2 Ranheim
Fredrikstad 0–1 Start


Quarterfinals

14 August 2010
14:00 CEST
Ranheim 1 – 2 Strømsgodset
Aas Goal 4' Report Goal 45' Keita
Goal 73' Nordkvelle
DnB NOR Arena, Ranheim
Attendance: 1,815
Referee: Svein-Erik Edvartsen (Hamar)

14 August 2010
19:45 CEST
Rosenborg 4 – 3 Start
Iversen Goal 28' (pen.)
Lustig Goal 47'
Annan Goal 49'
Olsen Goal 51'
Report Goal 5' Espen Hoff
Goal 9'53' Årst
Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim
Attendance: 5,987
Referee: Tom Harald Hagen (Grue)

15 August 2010
18:00 CEST
Follo 3 – 1 Sogndal
Skogmo Goal 70'
Markegård Goal 75', Goal 90'
Report Goal 15' Olsen
Ski stadion, Ski
Attendance: 2,008
Referee: Dag Vidar Hafsås (Kolstad)

15 August 2010
20:00 CEST
Odd Grenland 2 – 1 Viking
Bertelsen Goal 22' (o.g.)
Kovács Goal 57'
Report Goal 27' Ingelsten
Skagerak Arena, Skien
Attendance: 4,739
Referee: Kjetil Sælen (Arna-Bjørnar)

Semifinals

22 September 2010
16:00 CEST
Follo 3 – 2 Rosenborg
Hagen Goal 40'
Markegård Goal 74'
Clausen Goal 114'
Report Markus Henriksen Goal 5'
Iversen Goal 62'
Ski stadion, Ski
Attendance: 4,508
Referee: Roy Helge Olsen (Flekkerøy)

22 September 2010
20:00 CEST
Strømsgodset 2 – 0 Odd Grenland
Morrison Goal 100'
Kamara Goal 119'
Report
Marienlyst Stadion, Drammen
Attendance: 7,444
Referee: Svein Oddvar Moen (SK Haugar)

Final

Main article: 2010 Norwegian Football Cup Final
14 November 2010
13:15 CET
Follo 0 – 2 Strømsgodset
Report Kamara Goal 30'
Andersen Goal 42'
Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo
Attendance: 24,500
Referee: Tom Harald Hagen (Grue IL)

See also

  • 2010 Norwegian Premier League

References

External links

  • Official website
  • Cup Website

Coordinates: 59°56′56″N 10°44′04″E / 59.94889°N 10.73444°E / 59.94889; 10.73444

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