2014 Norwegian Football Cup

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2014 Norwegian Football Cup
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CountryFlag of Norway.svg  Norway
Teams269 (overall)
188 (qualifying competition)
128 (main competition)
Defending champions Molde
Champions Molde (4th title)
Runners-up Odd
Matches played127
Goals scored503 (3.96 per match)
Top goal scorer(s) Jo Sondre Aas
Frode Johnsen
Vidar Örn Kjartansson
Alexander Stølås
(6 goals each)
2013
2015
Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo - venue for the Norwegian Cup final Ullevaal Stadion utenfra.jpg
Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo - venue for the Norwegian Cup final

The 2014 Norwegian Football Cup is the 109th season of the Norwegian annual knockout football tournament. It began with qualification matches in March 2014. The first round was played 24 and 25 April 2014 and the tournament ended with the final on 23 November 2014.

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Molde won the title after defeating Odd 2–0 in the final. The achievement made Molde the first club to win back-to-back Norwegian Cup titles since Lillestrøm defended their title in 1978. The victory would have earned Molde a place in the second qualifying round of the 2015–16 UEFA Europa League, but since the club already had qualified to the 2015–16 UEFA Champions League as winners of the 2014 Tippeligaen, this berth was passed down to Strømsgodset, fourth-place fininshers in the league.

Calendar

Below are the dates for each round as given by the official schedule:

PhaseRoundMain dateNumber of fixturesClubs
Qualifying rounds First Qualifying Round 12–23 March 201494269 → 175
Second Qualifying Round 5 April 201447175 → 128
Main tournament First Round 24/25 April 201464128 → 64
Second Round 7/8 May 20143264 → 32
Third Round 4/5 June 20141632 → 16
Fourth Round 27 June 2014816 → 8
Quarter-finals 13/14 August 201448 → 4
Semi-finals 24/25 September 201424 → 2
Final 23 November 201412 → 1

Qualifying rounds

First round

The 47 winners from the Second Qualifying Round joined with 81 clubs from the Tippeligaen, 1. divisjon and 2. divisjon in this round of the competition. [1]

Team 1 Score Team 2
24 April 2014
Åkra 1–2 Haugesund
Årdal 0–4 Sogndal
Asker 3–1 (a.e.t.) Kvik Halden
Bergsøy 0–5 Aalesund
Bjarg 2–2
(0–3 pen.)
Åsane
Bossekop 1–4 Alta
Brattvåg 0–3 Kristiansund
Brodd 0–3 Viking
Brumunddal 1–2 Nybergsund-Trysil
Drammen 2–10 Strømsgodset
Drøbak-Frogn 1–4 Pors Grenland
Fana 1–2 Stord
Fet 0–7 Lillestrøm
Florø 2–0 Førde
Fløya 0–3 Ranheim
Fram Larvik 6–1 Larvik Turn
Frigg 1–4 Sandefjord
Gjøvik-Lyn 5–1 Eidsvold
Grorud 7–0 Lokomotiv Oslo
Grue 0–1 Kongsvinger
Harstad 2–1 Medkila
Hasle-Løren 0–2 Bærum
Hauerseter 1–2 Strømmen
Aurskog-Høland 0–5 Ullensaker/Kisa
Høllen 0–4 Start
Jerv 3–0 Fløy
Jevnaker 0–8 Stabæk
KFUM Oslo 0–4 Notodden
Kirkenes 0–4 Tromsdalen
Kjapp 0–4 Odd
Klepp 1–4 Bryne
Kolstad 3–1 Rodde
Krakerøy 0–5 Moss
Larsnes/Gursken 2–5 Hødd
Lommedalen 0–6 Mjøndalen
Lørenskog 3–2 Birkebeineren
Lyn 4–0 Skeid
Lyngbø 1–1
(1–4 pen.)
Nest-Sotra
Lyngdal 1–2 Egersund
Mjølner 0–0
(7–8 pen.)
Tromsø
Mo 2–1 Sandnessjøen
Modum 0–3 Hønefoss
Nordstrand 0–5 Vålerenga
Orkla 0–3 Rosenborg
Ørn-Horten 2–1 Kjelsås
Os 1–2 Vard Haugesund
Oslojuvelene 1–5 Fredrikstad
Ottestad 2–4 (a.e.t.) HamKam
Raufoss 2–1 Holmen
Sarpsborg 0–11 Sarpsborg 08
Senja 1–3 Finnsnes
Sola 1–0 Sandnes Ulf
Strindheim 2–0 Nardo
Surnadal 0–9 Molde
Tverlandet 0–5 Bodø/Glimt
Tynset 0–1 Elverum
Vadmyra 0–2 Fyllingsdalen
Valdres 0–8 Follo
Varegg 2–3 Brann
Verdal 1–5 Byåsen
25 April 2014
Ålgård 2–4 Vidar
Herd 2–3 (a.e.t.) Træff
Steinkjer 3–4 Levanger
Arendal 4–2 Vindbjart

Second round

The 64 winners from the First Round took part in this stage of the competition. These matches took place on 7 and 8 May 2014. [2]

Team 1 Score Team 2
7 May 2014
Åsane 0–2 Sogndal
Bærum 3–4 (a.e.t.) Lyn
Byåsen 1–3 Kristiansund
Egersund 3–2 (a.e.t.) Arendal
Finnsnes 2–2
(2–4 pen.)
Tromsø
Follo 1–0 Fredrikstad
Hødd 1–5 Florø
Hønefoss 1–2 Grorud
Jerv 1–2 Start
Kolstad 2–10 Rosenborg
Kongsvinger 5–3 (a.e.t.) Alta
Lørenskog 0–1 Sarpsborg 08
Mo 1–3 Bodø/Glimt
Moss 1–5 Lillestrøm
Nest-Sotra 1–2 (a.e.t.) Fyllingsdalen
Notodden 3–2 (a.e.t.) Sandefjord
Nybergsund-Trysil 0–0
(3–4 pen.)
HamKam
Ørn-Horten 1–2 (a.e.t.) Strømsgodset
Pors Grenland 0–1 Mjøndalen
Stord 1–2 Brann
Strindheim 0–1 Molde
Strømmen 3–0 Asker
Træff 0–3 Aalesund
Tromsdalen 1–1
(6–5 pen.)
Harstad
Ullensaker/Kisa 1–0 Gjøvik-Lyn
Vard Haugesund 1–0 (a.e.t.) Bryne
Vidar 2–3 Haugesund
8 May 2014
Elverum 2–3 Vålerenga
Fram Larvik 2–4 (a.e.t.) Odd
Ranheim 6–2 Levanger
Raufoss 1–2 Stabæk
Sola 1–7 Viking

Third round

The 32 winners from the Second Round took part in this stage of the competition. These matches took place on 28 May, 4 and 5 June 2014. [3]

Team 1 Score Team 2
28 May 2014
Grorud 0–3 (a.e.t.) Stabæk
4 June 2014
Egersund 0–3 Viking
Florø 1–2 Molde
Fyllingsdalen 1–3 Brann
Kristiansund 0–1 Aalesund
Lillestrøm 4–1 Kongsvinger
Mjøndalen 1–0 Ullensaker/Kisa
Notodden 0–4 Odd
Rosenborg 3–4 (a.e.t.) Ranheim
Sarpsborg 08 2–0 Follo
Sogndal 3–0 Strømmen
Start 4–0 Vard Haugesund
Tromsdalen 4–2 (a.e.t.) Strømsgodset
Vålerenga 5–2 Lyn
5 June 2014
HamKam 0–1 Haugesund
Tromsø 1–2 Bodø/Glimt

Fourth round

The 16 winners from the Third Round took part in this stage of the competition. [4]

27 June 2014 Haugesund 5–0 Tromsdalen Haugesund
19:00 CEST Cvetinović Soccerball shade.svg 7'
Stølås Soccerball shade.svg 20', 24', 77'
Gytkjær Soccerball shade.svg 57'
Report Stadium: Haugesund Stadion
Attendance: 2,715
Referee: Trond Ivar Døvle
27 June 2014 Molde 4–1 Mjøndalen Molde
19:00 CEST Gulbrandsen Soccerball shade.svg 11'
Elyounoussi Soccerball shade.svg 31'
Chima Soccerball shade.svg 41', 79'
Report Bakken Soccerball shade.svg 88'Stadium: Aker Stadion
Attendance: 3,682
Referee: Trygve Kjensli
27 June 2014 Odd 3–2 Vålerenga Skien
19:00 CEST Johnsen Soccerball shade.svg 51', 58'
Akabueze Soccerball shade.svg 90' (pen.)
Report Høgh Soccerball shade.svg 68'
Holm Soccerball shade.svg 78'
Stadium: Skagerak Arena
Attendance: 5,744
Referee: Per Ivar Staberg
27 June 2014 Sarpsborg 08 3–2 Start Sarpsborg
19:00 CEST Olanare Soccerball shade.svg 3' (pen.), 57'
Dja Djédjé Soccerball shade.svg 81'
Report Hoff Soccerball shade.svg 56'
Vilhjálmsson Soccerball shade.svg 86'
Stadium: Sarpsborg Stadion
Attendance: 1,604
Referee: Espen Berntsen
27 June 2014 Viking 4–1 Sogndal Stavanger
19:00 CEST de Lanlay Soccerball shade.svg 25'
Sverrisson Soccerball shade.svg 57'
Böðvarsson Soccerball shade.svg 77'
Dyngeland Soccerball shade.svg 90' (o.g.)
Report Karadas Soccerball shade.svg 72'Stadium: Viking Stadion
Attendance: 2,300
Referee: Brage Sandmoen
27 June 2014 Aalesund 1–3 (a.e.t.) Lillestrøm Ålesund
19:00 CEST James Soccerball shade.svg 90' Report Moen Soccerball shade.svg 51'
Østli Soccerball shade.svg 119'
Høiland Soccerball shade.svg 120'
Stadium: Color Line Stadion
Attendance: 2,589
Referee: Kristoffer Helgerud
27 June 2014 Brann 4–2 Ranheim Bergen
20:00 CEST Askar Soccerball shade.svg 14'
Haugen Soccerball shade.svg 30'
Barmen Soccerball shade.svg 53'
Huseklepp Soccerball shade.svg 90'
Report Reginiussen Soccerball shade.svg 39'
Blakstad Soccerball shade.svg 88'
Stadium: Brann Stadion
Attendance: 2,656
Referee: Ola Hobber Nilsen
23 July 2014 Bodø/Glimt 0–2 Stabæk Bodø
19:00 CEST Report Kassi Soccerball shade.svg 30'
Adu Soccerball shade.svg 83'
Stadium: Aspmyra Stadion
Attendance: 1,699
Referee: Tom Harald Hagen

Quarter-finals

The 8 winners from the Fourth Round took part in this stage of the competition. [5]

Stabæk 1–0 Haugesund
Hoseth Soccerball shade.svg 1' Summary
Nadderud Stadion, Bærum
Attendance: 3,135
Referee: Tore Hansen
Molde 5–1 Viking
Chima Chukwu Soccerball shade.svg 14'
Elyounoussi Soccerball shade.svg 41'
Moström Soccerball shade.svg 51'
Flo Soccerball shade.svg 58'
Gulbrandsen Soccerball shade.svg 69'
Summary de Lanlay Soccerball shade.svg 33'
Aker Stadion, Molde
Attendance: 5,015
Referee: Tommy Skjerven
Lillestrøm 0–2 Sarpsborg 08
Summary Zajić Soccerball shade.svg 15'
Wiig Soccerball shade.svg 80'
Åråsen Stadion, Lillestrøm
Attendance: 5,278
Referee: Ken Henry Johnsen
Odd 3–1 Brann
Shala Soccerball shade.svg 66' (pen.), 87'
Kjelsrud Johansen Soccerball shade.svg 78'
Summary Huseklepp Soccerball shade.svg 24'
Skagerak Arena, Skien
Attendance: 8,348
Referee: Dag Vidar Hafsås

Semi-finals

The 4 winners from the Quarterfinals took part in this stage of the competition. [6]

Stabæk 0–1 Molde
Summary Elyounoussi Soccerball shade.svg 86'
Nadderud Stadion, Bærum
Attendance: 4,938
Referee: Tom Harald Hagen
Odd 5–2 Sarpsborg 08
Shala Soccerball shade.svg 48', 71'
Halvorsen Soccerball shade.svg 58', 90+3'
Johnsen Soccerball shade.svg 66'
Summary Zajić Soccerball shade.svg 37'
Thomassen Yellow card.svg 45' Yellow-red card.svg 47'
Þórarinsson Soccerball shade.svg 77'
Skagerak Arena, Skien
Attendance: 12,293
Referee: Svein Oddvar Moen

Final

The 2 winners from the Semifinals take part in this stage of the competition. [7]

Odd 0–2 Molde
Report Gulbrandsen Soccerball shade.svg 74'
Elyounoussi Soccerball shade.svg 89'
Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo
Attendance: 26,582
Referee: Dag Vidar Hafsås (Kolstad)

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