Lyn won the Norwegian Cup after beating Rosenborg 4–1 on 29 October 1967. The goal scorers for Lyn were Ola Dybwad-Olsen, who scored in the 10th minute, Harald Berg, who scored in the 25th and 42nd minutes, and Knut Berg, who scored in the 52nd minute. For Rosenborg, Odd Iversen, scored in the 34th minute.
27,389 spectators attended the final at Ullevaal stadion in Oslo. Pitch conditions were very poor, with much mud. The referee was Ivar Hornslien. This was Lyn's seventh Norwegian Cup.
Svein Bjørn Olsen, Jan Rodvang, Kjell Saga, Helge Østvold, Knut Kolle, Svein Bredo Østlien, Andreas Morisbak, Jan Berg, Harald Berg, Ola Dybwad-Olsen, Knut Berg, Reidar Tessem, Tom Ørehagen and Sveinung Aarnseth.
Rosenborg Ballklub, commonly referred to simply as Rosenborg or RBK, is a Norwegian professional football club from Trondheim that plays in Eliteserien. The club have won a record 26 leagues titles, a shared record 12 Norwegian Football Cup titles and have played more UEFA matches than any other Norwegian team. RBK play their home games at the all-seater Lerkendal Stadion which has a capacity of 21,421.
Lyn 1896 Fotballklubb is a Norwegian football club and a department of the sports club Ski- og Fotballklubben Lyn based in Oslo, whose members also participate in Nordic skiing and orienteering. Until 2010, SFK Lyn had two football departments, one professional section and one amateur section. After the professional football department, FK Lyn was bankrupted in 2010, the fans decided to support the amateur department, Lyn Fotball, instead. With the help of some of the old FK Lyn players, Lyn Fotball have won three consecutive promotions, and are playing in the 3. divisjon. The team plays its home matches at Bislett Stadium, and the head coach is currently Bent Inge Johnsen.
Runar Berg is a retired Norwegian football midfielder. His last club was Bodø/Glimt, and has previously played for Rosenborg, Tromsø, Lyn and Venezia.
Harald Johan «Dutte» Berg is a former Norwegian playmaker and midfielder, nickname "Dutte". He is the brother of Knut Berg, the father of Ørjan Berg, Runar Berg and Arild Berg, and grandfather of Patrick Berg – all of whom have played in the Norwegian top division and been selected for the Norway national football team.
The Kniksen Award, established in 1990, honors the best players in the Norwegian football premiership. The award is named after the legendary Norwegian football player Roald Jensen, nicknamed "Kniksen".
Ola Dybwad-Olsen is a former Norwegian footballer who played as a striker for Lyn, Stabæk and Norway. During his fourteen-year career at Lyn he came to be regarded as one of the greatest players in the club's history. He holds several club records.
The 2008 Tippeligaen was the 64th completed season of top division football in Norway. The season began on 29 March and ended 2 November. Brann were the defending champions, having won their third Tippeligaen championship in 2007. The teams promoted from the 1. divisjon at the end of the previous season were champions Molde, automatic qualifiers HamKam, and play-off winners Bodø/Glimt.
Events in the year 1946 in Norway.
The 2009 Tippeligaen was the 65th completed season of top division football in Norway. The competition began on 15 March and end on 1 November. Stabæk were the defending champions. Odd Grenland, Sandefjord and Start entered as the three promoted teams from the 2008 1. divisjon. They replaced HamKam who were relegated to the 2009 1. divisjon.
Rosenborg became Norwegian Cup winners by beating Sarpsborg 2–1 on 25 October 1964. The goal scorers for Rosenborg were Tor Kleveland, who scored after 32 minutes, and Tore Pedersen, who scored in the 55th minute. For Sarpsborg, Martin Kjølholt scored in the 85th minute.
Fredrikstad won the Norwegian Cup after beating Lyn 3-2 on 30 October 1966. The goal scorers for Fredrikstad were Bjørn Borgen in the 33rd and 59th minute, and Arne Pedersen in the 89th minute. For Lyn, Harald Berg scored in the 54th minute and Ole Stavrum scored in the 57th minute.
The 1968 Norwegian Football Cup was the 63rd season of the Norwegian annual knockout football tournament. The Final was held on 27 October 1968, between Lyn and Mjøndalen. Lyn won. Having won the league, Lyn qualified for the 1969-70 European Cup, with Mjøndalen qualifying for the 1969-70 European Cup Winners' Cup as runners-up.
Strømsgodset won the Norwegian Cup after beating Lyn 4–2 on 25 October. The goal scorers for Strømsgodset were Thorodd Presberg who scored in the 30th and 46th minutes, and Ingar Pettersen who scored in the 67th and 69th minute. For Lyn, Trygve Christophersen scored in the 10th and 37th minutes.
25 744 spectators watched the game at Ullevål stadion in Oslo. The referee was Einar Røed. This was the second time Strømsgodset won the Norwegian Cup.
Strømsgodset won the Norwegian Cup by beating Rosenborg 1–0 on 21 October. The goal scorer for Strømsgodset was Steinar Pettersen who scored a penalty in the 78th minute. Rosenborg's Odd Iversen was sent off in the 90th minute.
23 209 spectators watched the game at Ullevål stadion in Oslo. The referee was Svein-Inge Thime. This was the third time Strømsgodset won the Norwegian Cup.
The Norwegian Football Cup 1988 was won by Rosenborg after they beat Brann in the cup final. It took a replay to decide the winner.
The 1990 Norwegian Football Cup was the 85th edition of the Norwegian Football Cup.
The 1991 Norwegian Football Cup was the 86th edition of the Norwegian Football Cup.
The 1994 Norwegian Football Cup was the 89th edition of the Norwegian Football Cup. The 1994 Norwegian Football Cup 1994 was won by Molde after they defeated Lyn in the final with the score 3–2. Both teams played in the 1. divisjon at the time.
Mesterfinalen, also known as UNICEF Mesterfinalen due to its cooperation with UNICEF, is a Norwegian association football competition contested between the champions of the previous Eliteserien season and the holders of the Norwegian Football Cup. If the same team is both reigning League and Cup champions, the silver medalist from the league provide the opposition. The competition was founded in 2009, then known as Superfinalen. Superfinalen was not arranged between 2011 and 2016 before it was rebranded and again arranged in 2017. The fixture is a recognised competitive football super cup.