1974 Norwegian Football Cup

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Skeid won the Norwegian Cup by beating Viking 31 on 20 October . The goal scorers for Skeid were Bjørn Skjønsberg, who scored in the 40th minute, and Stein Thunberg who scored in the 72nd and 89th minutes. For Viking, Hans Edgar Paulsen scored in the 50th minute.
14 276 spectators watched the game at Ullevaal Stadion in Oslo. The referee was Egil Bergstad. This was the eighth time Skeid won the Norwegian Cup.

Skeid Fotball association football club

Skeid Fotball is a Norwegian football club from Oslo that currently plays in 1. divisjon, the second tier of the Norwegian football league system. Its current home field is Nordre Åsen, after the club stopped playing at Bislett after the 2012 season. In past decades it has gained a reputation as a talent factory for the larger clubs in Norwegian football, and it has produced several players for the national team such as Daniel Braaten, Daniel Fredheim Holm, Omar Elabdellaoui and Mohammed Abdellaoue. Other notable players include Paul Miller. Skeid played in 1. divisjon in 2009 after a short stint in the 2. divisjon. They finished champions of the Second Group of 2. divisjon in 2008. However, Skeid relegated again to 2. divisjon at end of 2009 season in 16th and last position despite a good start. In 2018, Skeid won 2. divisjon group 1 and was promoted to the 1. divisjon.

Viking FK association football club in Norway

Viking Fotballklubb, commonly known as Viking or Viking Stavanger internationally, is a Norwegian football club from the city of Stavanger. The club was founded in 1899. It is one of the most successful clubs in Norwegian football, having won 8 Norwegian top division titles, most recently in 1991, and 5 domestic Norwegian Cup titles, most recently in 2001. The club has played more top-flight league games than any other club. It has played in the top division since the league was established, except for the years 1966–67, 1987–88 and 2018. Notable European successes include knocking English side Chelsea out of the UEFA Cup during the 2002–03 season, knocking out Sporting CP from the same tournament in 1999–2000, and qualifying for the group stages of the 2005–06 UEFA Cup.

Ullevaal Stadion Sports ground in Oslo, Norway

Ullevaal Stadion is an all-seater football stadium located in Oslo, Norway. It is the home ground of the Norway national football team, and the site of the Norwegian Cup Final. From its opening in 1926 to 2009 it was the home ground of FK Lyn and from 1999 to 2017 was a home ground of Vålerenga IF. With a capacity of approximately 28,000, it is the largest football stadium in Norway. The national stadium is fully owned by the Football Association of Norway (NFF).

Skeid's winning squad: Per Egil Nygård, Harald Gjedtjernet, Jan Birkelund, Per Chr. Olsen, Georg Hammer, Trygve Bornø, Frank Olafsen, Tor Egil Johansen, Bjørn Skjønsberg, Stein Thunberg and Kai Arild Lund.

Jan Birkelund was a Norwegian footballer.

Trygve Bornø is a retired Norwegian international footballer.

Frank Willy Olafsen is a former Norwegian football player, bandy player and ice hockey player. With his club Skeid he won the Norwegian Football Cup three times, in 1963, 1965 and 1974, and the league in 1966. He played for the Norwegian national ice hockey team, and participated at the Winter Olympics in 1964, where he placed tenth with the Norwegian team.

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8 990 spectators attended Ullevaal Stadion in Oslo. The referee was Sverre Eugen Olsen. This was Skeid's seventh Norwegian Cup.

Fredrikstad won the Norwegian Cup after beating Lyn 3-2 on 30 October. 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.

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.

Brann won the Norwegian Cup by beating Sogndal 2–1 on 24 October. The goal scorers for Brann were Steinar Aase, who scored in the 66th minute, and Bjørn Tronstad, who scored in the 87th minute. For Sogndal, Knut Christiansen scored in the 80th minute.
17 700 spectators attended the game at Ullevål stadion in Oslo. The referee was Odd Johannessen. This was the fourth time Brann won the Norwegian Cup.

Lillestrøm won the Norwegian cup by beating Brann 2–1 on 22 October. The goal scorer for Lillestrøm was Vidar Hansen, who scored in the 74th and 76th minute. For Brann, Steinar Aase scored in the 20th minute
23 534 spectators attended the match at Ullevål stadion in Oslo. The referee was Reidar Bjørnestad. This was the second time Lillestrøm won the Norwegian cup.

Viking won the Norwegian Cup after beating Haugar 2–1 on 21 October. The goal scorers for Viking were Bjarne Berntsen who scored a penalty in the 55th minute and Jens Egil Vikanes(own goal) who scored in the 62nd minute. For Haugar, Dean Mooney scored in the 25th minute. This was the first time two teams from Rogaland met in a national final. Viking's official report stated that Haugar were the best team for large parts of the match. However, once Svein Kvia send a probing ball to give Jens Vikanes a goal, the game was secured for Viking.
25 000 spectators watched the game at Ullevål stadion in Oslo. The referee was Ivar Fredriksen. This was the third time Viking won a Norwegian Cup. This was the first final between two teams from Rogaland.

Brann won the Norwegian Cup after beating Molde 3–2 on 24 October. The goal scorers were Geir Austvik after 17 minutes, Ingvar Dalhaug after 42 minutes and Neil MacLeod after 58 minutes. For Molde, Rune Ulvestad scored in the 21st minute, and Steinar Henden scored in the 37th minute. Øyvind Pettersen was sent off for Brann in the 88th minute.
24 000 spectators watched the match at Ullevål stadion in Oslo. The referee was Torbjørn Aass. This was Brann's fifth Norwegian Cup.

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Lillestrøm won the Norwegian Cup after beating Vålerenga 4–1 on the 20 October. The goal scorer for Lillestrøm was André Krogsæter, who scored in the 26th, 34th, 74th and 85th minute. For Vålerenga, Vidar Davidsen scored in the 85th minute
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Bryne won the Norwegian Cup after beating Brann 1-0. The goal scorer for Bryne was Kolbjørn Ekker, who scored in the 104th minute. Knut Arild Løberg of Brann got the only yellow card. 23080 spectators attended the game at Ullevaal Stadion. This was the first Norwegian Cup in Bryne's history. Bjarne Berntsen captained Bryne to the victory against Brann. Before the match, he said: "I hope the best team win... against Brann!" Kjell Nordby of Rygge was the referee.

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