2003 Norwegian Football Cup

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2003 Norwegian Football Cup
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CountryFlag of Norway.svg  Norway
Teams128 (competition proper)
Defending champions Vålerenga
Champions Rosenborg (9th title)
Runners-up Bodø/Glimt
Matches played127
Goals scored551 (4.34 per match)
Top goal scorer(s) Frode Johnsen (11)
2002
2004

The 2003 Norwegian Football Cup was the 98th edition of the Norwegian Football Cup. Rosenborg won their 9th Norwegian Championship title after defeating Bodø/Glimt in the final with the score 3–1. The final was played on Sunday 9 November at Ullevaal stadion in Oslo.

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Bodø/Glimt reached the final after beating Verdal, Mo, Tromsdalen, Ørn-Horten, Aalesund and Tromsø.

Rosenborg reached the final after beating Buvik, Clausenengen, FK Lofoten, FC Lyn Oslo, Haugesund and Skeid.

First round

May 6: Sprint/Jeløy - Fossum (Bærum) 4-2

Drøbak/Frogn - Borg Fotball 1-4
Ulf-Sandnes - Ålgård 0-4
Jotun - Hønefoss BK 1-3

May 7: Kvik Halden - Grüner 8-1

Sparta - Oslo Øst 4-2
Fredrikstad - Runar 8-1
Rakkestad - Stabæk 0-4
Moss - Tollnes 2-0
Frigg Oslo - Lørenskog 2-0
Mercantile - Åssiden 8-1
Groruddalen - Hamarkameratene 0-8
Bærum - Østsiden 2-0
Asker - Gjøvik/Lyn 0-4
Fjellhammer - Raufoss 0-6
Eidsvold Turn - FK Tønsberg 0-1 (extra time)
Skjetten - Follo 2-1
Kongsvinger - Ringsaker 3-1
Nybergsund - Elverum 3-0
FF Lillehammer - Kjelsås 2-1
Brumunddal - Sogndal 0-6
Hamar IL - Molde 0-6
Kolbu/KK - Lyn 0-7
Birkebeineren - Ullensaker/Kisa 1-2
Notodden - Sandefjord Fotball 2-8
Borre - Skeid 2-3
Ørn-Horten - Larvik Fotball 1-0
Eik-Tønsberg - Strømsgodset 1-4
Pors Grenland - Fagerborg 5-1
Skotfoss - Vålerenga 1-5
FK Arendal - Odd Grenland 1-2
Donn - Jerv 1-1 (extra time), 2-4 on penalties
Flekkerøy - Start 1-2
Mandalskameratene - Randaberg 7-1
Egersund - Bryne 2-3
Klepp - Vardeneset 4-0
Vard Haugesund - Vidar 2-1 (extra time)
Kopervik - Viking 1-5
Nest Sotra - Fana 2-1
Åsane - Hovding 2-3
Sandviken - Løv-Ham 0-3
Fyllingen - Varegg 1-1 (extra time), 5-4 on penalties
Lyngbø - Brann 0-4
Hødd - Førde 7-0
Langevåg - Stryn 0-1
Skarbøvik - Volda 3-0
Haramsøy/Nordøy - Aalesund 0-2
Træff - Averøykameratene 0-5
Clausenengen - Sunndal 2-0
Buvik - Rosenborg 0-17
Strindheim - Nidelv 5-1
Ranheim - Byåsen 0-2
Kolstad - Levanger 0-3
Verdal - Bodø/Glimt 3-5
Steinkjer - Beitstad 4-1
Mo - Stålkameratene 1-0
Narvik FK - Skarp 3-2
Vesterålen - Lofoten 1-3
Tromsdalen - Skjervøy 3-0
Senja - Tromsø 1-9
Hammerfest FK - Bossekop 6-1
Alta - Harstad 3-1
Kirkenes - Lillestrøm 0-7
Trott - Haugesund 0-6

Second round

May 13: Alta - Tromsdalen 2-2 (extra time), 2-4 on penalties

Averøykameratene - Molde 0-3
Frigg Oslo - Vålerenga 0-5
Haugesund - Hovding 1-0 aet
Rosenborg - Clausenengen 15-0
Start - Klepp 4-2
Strømsgodset - Bærum 7-1
Ålgård - Viking 0-1

May 19: FK Tønsberg - Odd Grenland 0-2

May 21: Bodø/Glimt - Mo 2-1

Borg Fotball - Fredrikstad 1-2
Bryne - Vard Haugesund 5-1
Byåsen - Strindheim 3-2 (extra time)
Fyllingen - Brann 1-3
Gjøvik/Lyn - Raufoss 2-4 (extra time)
Hamarkameratene - Skjetten 2-1
Hønefoss BK - Nybergsund 0-0 (extra time), 4-3 on penalties
Jerv - Mandalskameratene 0-1
Kongsvinger - Ørn-Horten 1-1 (extra time), 1-3 on penalties
Levanger - Steinkjer 2-1
Lillestrøm - Mercantile 7-2
Lofoten - Narvik FK 6-0
Løv-Ham - Nest-Sotra 2-3
Sandefjord Fotball - Pors Grenland 2-2 (extra time), 5-3 on penalties
Skarbøvik - Hødd 0-1
Skeid - Kvik Halden 1-0 aet
Sogndal - FF Lillehammer 10-0
Sprint/Jeløy - Moss 0-4
Stryn - Aalesund 0-4
Tromsø - Hammerfest FK 8-1

May 22: Stabæk - Sparta 2-0

June 4: Lyn - Ullensaker/Kisa 4-1

Third round

June 25: Fredrikstad - Lillestrøm 1-2

Moss - Stabæk 1-2
Vålerenga - Sandefjord Fotball 2-1
Hamarkameratene - Lyn 2-3
Raufoss - Hønefoss BK 2-2 (extra time), 4-1 on penalties
Odd Grenland - Ørn-Horten 1-2
Mandalskameratene - Start 3-0
Viking - Nest-Sotra 3-0
Sogndal - Byåsen 1-0
Aalesund - Hødd 4-2
Molde - Skeid 0-1
Levanger - Tromsø 0-3
Lofoten - Rosenborg 1-6
Tromsdalen - Bodø/Glimt 1-2

June 26: Haugesund - Bryne 3-2

Brann - Strømsgodset 4-3

Fourth round

July 23: Rosenborg - Lyn 5-0

August 6: Raufoss - Mandalskameratene 6-1

Skeid - Sogndal 2-2 (extra time), 4-3 on penalties
Lillestrøm - Vålerenga 1-1 (extra time), 10-11 on penalties
Ørn-Horten - Bodø/Glimt 1-3
Viking - Haugesund 1-2

August 7: Stabæk - Aalesund 2-4

Tromsø - Brann 1-0

Quarter-finals

August 27: Bodø/Glimt - Aalesund 3-0

Tromsø - Raufoss 2-0
Vålerenga - Skeid 1-3

September 17: Haugesund - Rosenborg 2-3

Semi-finals

October 2: Rosenborg - Skeid 2-1

October 14: Tromsø - Bodø/Glimt 0-3

Final

Bodø/Glimt 13 (a.e.t.) Rosenborg
Johansen Soccerball shade.svg 28' Report F. Johnsen Soccerball shade.svg 35'
Solli Soccerball shade.svg 105', 120'
Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo
Attendance: 25,447
Referee: Terje Hauge (Olsvik)

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