1923 Norwegian Football Cup

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1923 Norwegian Football Cup
Norgesmesterskapet i fotball for menn 1923
Country Flag of Norway.svg Norway
Teams84
Defending champions Odd
Champions Brann (1st title)
Runners-up Lyn
1922
1924

The 1923 Norwegian Football Cup was the 22nd season of the Norwegian annual knockout football tournament. The tournament was open for all members of NFF. Brann won their first title, having beaten Lyn in the final. Odd were the defending champions, but were eliminated by Lyn in the semifinal.

Contents

First round

Team 1 Score Team 2
Aalesund 80 Hødd
Bøn 10 Lillestrøm BK
Djerv 32 Hardy
Dokken 04 Ready
Drafn 60 Tønsberg Turn
Eidsvold 12 Trygg
Fredrikstad w/o Hasle
Fremad 41 Fagforeningenes IL (Hamar)
Gjøa 45 Sarpsborg
Hamar 22 (a.e.t.) [lower-alpha 1] Raufoss
Kjapp 21 (a.e.t.) Skotfos
Kristiansund 41 Braatt
Kvik (Fredrikshald) 90 Ski
Larvik Turn 10 Urædd
Lillestrøm 21 Vaalerengen
Mercantile 03 Falk
Mercur 03 Kvik (Trondhjem)
Mjøndalen 30 Tell
Molde 34 Rollon
Moss 80 Oppegård
Nordstrand 07 Sportsklubben av 1910
Norrøna 14 Frigg
Odd 30 Sandefjord
Pors 05 Ørn
Røros 70 Tyldal
Skiold 41 Agnes
Slemmestad 13 Drammen
Stavanger 41 Viking
Snøgg 11 (a.e.t.) [lower-alpha 1] Strømsgodset
Stabæk 37 Lyn
Start 32 Flekkefjord
Stenkjær 04 Freidig
Sverre 10 Rapp
Torp 10 Hafslund
Tryggkameratene 42 Neset
Tynset 61 Rendalen
Tønsberg-Kameratene 04 Storm
Vidar 14 Brann
Vigør 34 (a.e.t.) Grane
Vikersund 07 Fram (Larvik)
Brage Bye
Brodd Bye
Donn Bye
Lyn (Gjøvik) Bye
  1. 1 2 The replay was moved to the second round.

Second round

Team 1 Score Team 2
Bøn 22 (a.e.t.) [lower-alpha 1] Fremad
Djerv 02 Brodd
Drammen 14 Lillestrøm
Falk 41 Torp
Freidig 43 (a.e.t.) Sverre
Grane 64 [lower-alpha 2] Start
Hamar 40 Raufoss
Kristiansund 24 Aalesund
Larvik Turn 50 Donn
Lyn (Gjøvik) 101 Tynset
Mjøndalen 40 Kjapp
Ready 07 Fredrikstad
Rollon 04 Brage
Røros 02 Tryggkameratene
Strømsgodset 30 Snøgg
Trygg 12 Skiold
Brann Bye
Drafn Bye
Fram (Larvik) Bye
Frigg Bye
Kvik (Fredrikshald) Bye
Kvik (Trondhjem) Bye
Lyn Bye
Moss Bye
Odd Bye
Sarpsborg Bye
Sportsklubben av 1910 Bye
Stavanger Bye
Storm Bye
Ørn Bye
  1. The replay was moved to the third round.
  2. Start protested and the replay was moved to the third round.

Third round

Team 1 Score Team 2
Brage 111 Tryggkameratene
Brann 41 Aalesund
Falk 24 Odd
Fram (Larvik) 30 Sportsklubben av 1910
Fredrikstad 14 Sarpsborg
Freidig 48 Kvik (Trondhjem)
Fremad 30 Bøn
Frigg 21 Hamar
Lillestrøm 24 Moss
Lyn 33 (a.e.t.)
52 (Replay, a.e.t.)
Lyn (Gjøvik)
Mjøndalen 13 Drafn
Skiold 01 Larvik Turn
Start 21 Grane
Stavanger 40 Brodd
Storm 10 [lower-alpha 1] Ørn
Strømsgodset 03 Kvik (Fredrikshald)
  1. The result was annulled due to a referee error and Storm withdrew from the replay. Ørn advanced to the fourth round on walkover.

Fourth round

Team 1 Score Team 2
Brage 03 Lyn
Fram (Larvik) 20 Start
Frigg 00 (a.e.t.)
01 (Replay)
Brann
Kvik (Trondhjem) 10 Stavanger
Larvik Turn 31 (a.e.t.) Kvik (Fredrikshald)
Moss 30 Fremad
Odd 21 Ørn
Sarpsborg 12 Drafn

Quarter-finals

Team 1 Score Team 2
Drafn 41 Fram (Larvik)
Kvik (Trondhjem) 14 Brann
Lyn 10 Larvik Turn
Odd 30 Moss

Semi-finals

Team 1 Score Team 2
Brann 30 Drafn
Lyn 10 Odd

Final

Date: 14 October 1923.

Team 1 Score Team 2
Brann 21 Lyn

See also

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The Norwegian Football Cup 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 or NM, an acronym formed from Norgesmesterskap. 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.

Results from Norwegian football in 1923.

Results from Norwegian football in 1925.

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The 1914 Norwegian Football Cup was the 13th season of the Norwegian annual knockout football tournament. The tournament was open for 1914 local association leagues (kretsserier) champions. Frigg won their first title, having beaten Lyn (Gjøvik) in the final.

The 1915 Norwegian Football Cup was the 14th season of the Norwegian annual knockout football tournament. The tournament was open for 1915 local association leagues (kretsserier) champions. Odd won their sixth title, having beaten Kvik (Fredrikshald) in the final.

The 1920 Norwegian Football Cup was the 19th season of the Norwegian annual knockout football tournament. The tournament was open for all members of NFF. Ørn won their first title, having beaten Frigg in the final. This was second consecutive year that Frigg lost the final.

The 1921 Norwegian Football Cup was the 20th season of the Norwegian annual knockout football tournament. The tournament was open for all members of NFF. This was the third consecutive year that Frigg played in the final, but after having lost the previous two they won 2-0 against Odd in this year's final and won their third title. Ørn were the defending champions, but were eliminated by Brann in the quarterfinal.

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The 1924 Norwegian Football Cup was the 23rd season of the Norwegian annual knockout football tournament. The tournament was open for all members of NFF. Odd won their ninth title, having beaten Mjøndalen in the final. Brann were the defending champions, but were eliminated by Mjøndalen in the semifinal.

The 1925 Norwegian Football Cup was the 24th season of the Norwegian annual knockout football tournament. The tournament was open for all members of NFF, except those from Northern Norway. Brann won their second title, having beaten Sarpsborg in the final. Odd were the defending champions, but were eliminated by Ørn in the quarterfinal.

The 1928 Norwegian Football Cup was the 27th season of the Norwegian annual knockout football tournament. The tournament was open for all members of NFF, except those from Northern Norway. The final was played at Halden Stadion in Halden on 14 October 1928, and was contested by the defending champions Ørn and the four-time former winners Lyn. Ørn successfully defended their title with a 2–1 victory, securing their third Norwegian Cup trophy.

The 1931 Norwegian Football Cup was the 30th season of the Norwegian annual knockout football tournament. The tournament was open for all members of NFF, except those from Northern Norway. The final was played at Lovisenlund in Larvik on 18 October 1931, and was contested by ten-time former winners Odd and Mjøndalen, who also played in the final in 1924, which they lost. Odd won the final 4–2, and secured their eleventh title, which also was their last title in 69 years, before Odd again won the Norwegian Cup in 2000. Ørn were the defending champions, but were eliminated by Gjøa in the third round.

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The 1945 Norwegian Football Cup was the 40th season of the Norwegian annual knockout football tournament. This was the first cup in five years, due to the Second World War. The tournament was open for all members of NFF, except those from Northern Norway. The final was contested by the defending champions Fredrikstad and the four-time former winners Lyn. It took two replays to decide a winner, and in the third final Lyn won 4–0 securing their fifth title and the first title in 34 years, having last won in 1911.

The 1947 Norwegian Football Cup was the 42nd season of the Norwegian annual knockout football tournament. The tournament was open for all members of NFF, except those from Northern Norway. The final was played at Brann Stadion in Bergen on 19 October 1947, and Skeid secured their first title with a 2-0 win against Viking. Skeid had previously played two cup finals but lost both in 1939 and 1940, while it was Viking's second appearance in the final, having previously lost in 1933. Lyn were the defending champions, but were eliminated by Brann in the fourth round.

The 1948 Norwegian Football Cup was the 43rd season of the Norwegian annual knockout football tournament. The tournament was open for all members of NFF, except those from Northern Norway. The final was played at Marienlyst Stadion in Drammen on 16 October 1932, and was a replay of the 1935 final with five-time former winners Fredrikstad, and three-time former winners Sarpsborg. Unlike the 1935-final, the final was won Sarpsborg, with a 1-0 margin, which secured their fourth title. Skeid were the defending champions, but were eliminated by Kvik (Trondheim) in the fourth round.

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