1989 Norwegian Football Cup

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1989 Norwegian Football Cup
CountryFlag of Norway.svg  Norway
Defending champions Rosenborg
Champions Viking
Runners-up Molde
1988
1990
Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo - venue for the Norwegian Cup final Ullevaal Stadion utenfra.jpg
Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo - venue for the Norwegian Cup final

The 1989 Norwegian Football Cup was the 84th edition of the Norwegian Football Cup. The final took place at Ullevaal Stadion in Oslo on 22 October 1989. [1] Viking were in their 8th final (3 wins and 4 runners-up), while Molde were in their second final after losing the 1982 final against Brann and therefore had the chance to win the first trophy in the club's history. The match was drawn and was replayed on 29 October 1989 resulting in a win for Viking.

Contents

First round

Team 1 Score Team 2
Alvdal 3–0 Røros
Asker 3–0 Skeid
Askim 0–3 Moss
Aurskog-Finstadbru 0–1 Strømmen
Bergsøy 3–0 Hareid
Brann 3–0 Ny-Krohnborg
Brattvåg 1–2 Kristiansund
Clausenengen 2–0 Sunndal
Eik 5–0 Odd
Ekholt3–8 Mjøndalen
Elverum 0–1 (a.e.t.) Sander
Fauske/Sprint 1–4 Mjølner
Flekkefjord 0–2 Start
Fram Larvik 1–0 Nøtterøy
Fyllingen 5–0 Varegg
Geilo 1–2 Frigg
Gevir Bodø 5–4 Stålkameratene
Gjelleråsen 0–4 Vålerengen
Gran 3–8 Hamarkameratene
Grim1–0 Jerv
Grue 2–0 Kongsvinger
Haugar 1–1 (a.e.t.),
6–5 on penalties
Djerv 1919
Hinna 1–6 Bryne
Hovding0–1 Vard
Hødd 1–0 Aalesund
Kapp 2–2 (a.e.t.),
2–4 on penalties
Raufoss
KIL/Hemne 0–2 Stjørdals-Blink
Klepp 2–3 Viking
Kolbotn 2–0 Kjelsås
Kopervik 0–1 Ålgård
Kvik Halden 1–3 Fredrikstad
Langesund 5–2 Donn
Liv/Fossekallen 0–3 Lillestrøm
Luna 3–2 Andenes
Lyn 2–2 (a.e.t.),
1–4 on penalties
Grei
Lyngbø 1–2 Fana
Mosjøen 1–2 Bodø/Glimt
Nardo 0–2 Steinkjer
FK Narvik/Nor 1–5 Harstad
Nybergsund 5–3 (a.e.t.) Lørenskog
Otta 2–5 Sogndal
Ottestad 1–2 (a.e.t.) Faaberg
Pors 3–1 Stokke
Ranheim 1–16 Rosenborg
Sandefjord BK 3–2 (a.e.t.) Larvik Turn
Selbak 3–2 Mercantile
Skarp 3–0Honningsvåg
Skjervøy 1–3 Tromsø
Slemmestad 1–4 Ørn
Sprint-Jeløy 5–2 Drøbak/Frogn
Stord 2–1 (a.e.t.)Vadmyra
Strindheim 2–1 Neset
Stryn 5–1 Florø
Strømsgodset 6–2 Drafn
Tertnes 0–4 Os
Tranabakkan1–6 Namsos
Tromsdalen 0–2 Ulfstind
Trosvik 0–1 Råde
Træff 1–2 Volda
Ulf-Sandnes 2–2 (a.e.t.),
5–3 on penalties
Randaberg
Ullern 4–3 (a.e.t.) Ready
Verdal 2–2 (a.e.t.),
6–5 on penalties
Nidelv/Falken
Vidar 5–0 Figgjo
Åndalsnes 2–4 Molde

Second round

Team 1 Score Team 2
Bodø/Glimt 5–0 Gevir Bodø
Eik 4–2 Selbak
Fana 3–1 Brann
Fredrikstad 2–2 (a.e.t.),
3–4 on penalties
Sandefjord BK
Faaberg 2–0 Grue
Grei 0–3 Strømsgodset
Hamarkameratene 5–2 Nybergsund
Harstad 6–2 Luna
Kristiansund 1–1 (a.e.t.),
3–5 on penalties
Hødd
Lillestrøm 1–0 Asker
Mjølner 1–0 Skarp
Mjøndalen 1–0Langesund
Molde 11–0Bergsøy
Moss 5–2 Fram Larvik
Namsos 1–1 (a.e.t.),
1–3 on penalties
Stjørdals-Blink
Os 2–1 Fyllingen
Raufoss 2–5 Alvdal
Rosenborg 8–0 Verdal
Råde 2–1 (a.e.t.) Kolbotn
Sander 0–3 Frigg
Sogndal 2–1Stryn
Start 3–0Grim
Steinkjer 4–3 (a.e.t.) Strindheim
Stord 4–1 Haugar
Strømmen 0–2 (a.e.t.) Ullern
Ulfstind 0–8 Tromsø
Vard 1–4 Vidar
Viking 8–1 Ulf-Sandnes
Volda 3–0 Clausenengen
Vålerengen 7–2 Sprint-Jeløy
Ørn 1–0 Pors
Ålgård 1–2 Bryne

Third round

Team 1 Score Team 2
Alvdal 0–5 Rosenborg
Bryne 6–0 Os
Fana 1–0 Stord
Frigg 2–2 (a.e.t.),
8–7 on penalties
Råde
Faaberg 2–1 (a.e.t.) Moss
Harstad 1–0 (a.e.t.) Mjølner
Hødd 1–2 Molde
Sandefjord BK 0–5 Vålerengen
Start 1–3 Eik
Steinkjer 3–4 Lillestrøm
Stjørdals-Blink 1–4 Mjøndalen
Strømsgodset 8–0 Ørn
Tromsø 3–1 Bodø/Glimt
Ullern 0–5 Hamarkameratene
Vidar 2–4 (a.e.t.) Viking
Volda 0–2 Sogndal

Fourth round

Team 1 Score Team 2
Eik 1–0 Fana
Lillestrøm 3–1 Tromsø
Mjøndalen 2–3 Hamarkameratene
Molde 0–0 (a.e.t.),
3–2 in replay
Frigg
Rosenborg 7–1 Bryne
Sogndal 2–0 Vålerengen
Strømsgodset 0–1 Faaberg
Viking 2–1 (a.e.t.) Harstad

Quarter-finals

Team 1 Score Team 2
Faaberg 2–3 Viking
Hamarkameratene 1–0 (a.e.t.) Rosenborg
Lillestrøm 2–2 (a.e.t.),
1–3 in replay (a.e.t.)
Eik
Sogndal 4–5 Molde

Semi-finals

Team 1 Score Team 2
Molde 1–0 Eik
Viking 3–1 Hamarkameratene

Final

First match

Molde 22 (a.e.t.) Viking
Neerland Soccerball shade.svg 71'
Belsvik Soccerball shade.svg 90'
Report Tveit Soccerball shade.svg 23'
Holmberg Soccerball shade.svg 61'
Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo
Attendance: 23,000
Referee: Rune Pedersen (SK Sprint/Jeløy)

Replay match

Viking 21 Molde
Fjetland Soccerball shade.svg 15'
Tveit Soccerball shade.svg 47'
Report Sperre Soccerball shade.svg 38'
Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo
Attendance: 9,856
Referee: Egil Nervik (SK Freidig)

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