1948 Norwegian Football Cup

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1948 Norwegian Football Cup
Norgesmesterskapet i fotball for menn 1948
Country Flag of Norway.svg Norway
Defending champions Skeid
Champions Sarpsborg (4th title)
Runners-up Fredrikstad
1947
1949

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.

Norwegian Football Cup national championships (knockout cup) of Norwegian football, for men

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Contents

Third round

August 15:

Rematch

Fourth round

August 29:

Rematch

Quarterfinals

September 26:

Semifinals

October 3:

Final

October 17:

See also

The 1947–1948 Norgesserien was the 3rd completed season of top division football in Norway.

Results from Norwegian football in 1948.

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Results from Norwegian football in 1949.

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Results from Norwegian football in 1933. See also 1932 in Norwegian football and 1934 in Norwegian football

Results from Norwegian football in 1934. See also 1933 in Norwegian football and 1935 in Norwegian football

Results from Norwegian football in 1940.

Results from Norwegian football in 1946.

Results from Norwegian football in 1947.

The 1932 Norwegian Football Cup was the 31st 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 contested by four-time former winners Ørn, and Fredrikstad who played their first final. Fredrikstad won the final 6-1, and secured their first title. Odd were the defending champions, but were eliminated by Torp in the fourth round.

The 1933 Norwegian Football Cup was the 32nd 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 Ullevaal Stadion in Oslo on 15 October 1933, and Mjøndalen secured their first title with a 3-1 win against Viking. Mjøndalen had previously played two cup finals but lost both in 1924 and 1931, while Viking played their first final. Fredrikstad were the defending champions, but were eliminated by Viking in the fourth round.

The 1934 Norwegian Football Cup was the 33rd 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 Sorgenfri gressbane in Trondheim on 14 October 1934, and was contested by the defending champions Mjøndalen and the two-time former winners Sarpsborg. Mjøndalen successfully defended their title with a 2–1 victory after extra time, securing their second Norwegian Cup trophy.

The 1940 Norwegian Football Cup was the 39th season of the Norwegian annual knockout football tournament. This was the last cup until the end of Second World War, due to a sports strike against competition organized by Vidkun Quisling. The tournament was open for all members of NFF, except those from Northern Norway. The final was played at Ullevaal Stadion in Oslo on 13 October 1940, and was contested by the last year's losing finalist Skeid and the four-time former winners Fredrikstad. Fredrikstad secured their fifth title with a 3-0 win in the final. Sarpsborg were the defending champions, but were eliminated by Fredrikstad in the semifinal.

The 1946 Norwegian Football Cup was the 41st 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 Ullevaal Stadion in Oslo on 13 October 1946, and was contested by the same two teams as in last year's final. The defending champions Lyn won 3-2 after extra time against last year's losing finalist Fredrikstad and secured their sixth title.

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 1949 Norwegian Football Cup was the 44th 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 Ullevaal Stadion in Oslo on 23 October 1949, and was contested by the defending champions Sarpsborg and the one-time former winners Skeid. Sarpsborg successfully defended their title with a 3–1 victory, securing their fifth Norwegian Cup trophy.

The 1950 Norwegian Football Cup was the 45th 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 Ullevaal Stadion in Oslo on 22 October 1950, and was contested by five-time former winners Fredrikstad and the two-time former winners Brann. Fredrikstad won the final 3-0, and secured their sixth title. Sarpsborg were the defending champions, but were eliminated by Fredrikstad in the semi-final.

The 1954 Norwegian Football Cup was the 49th 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 Ullevaal Stadion in Oslo on 24 October 1954, and was contested by six-time winners Fredrikstad, and Skeid, who had won the cup once (1947). Skeid secured their second title with a 3-0 win in the final. Viking was the defending champions, but was eliminated by Larvik Turn in the quarterfinal.

The 1956 Norwegian Football Cup was the 51st 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 Ullevaal Stadion in Oslo on 21 October 1956, and was contested the defending champions Skeid, and Larvik Turn who contested their first final. Skeid successfully defended their title with a 5–0 victory in the final.

The 1957 Norwegian Football Cup was the 52nd 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 Ullevaal Stadion in Oslo on 20 October 1957, and was contested by the six-times winners Fredrikstad, and Sandefjord who made their debut in the Norwegian Cup final.

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