1920 Norwegian Football Cup

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1920 Norwegian Football Cup
Country Norway Norway
Champions Ørn (1st title)
Runners-up Frigg

The 1920 Norwegian Football Cup was the 19th season of the Norwegian annual knockout football tournament. The tournament was open for all members of NFF. Ørn won their first title, having beaten Frigg in the final. This was second consecutive year that Frigg lost the final.

Third Round[edit]

Team 1  Score  Team 2
19 September 1920
Lyn 12–0 Mercantile
Brann 6–1 Viking
Brage 1–0 Fremad
Frigg 5–1 Drafn
Sarpsborg 4–2 Fram (Larvik)
Ørn 4–0 Kvik (Fredrikshald)
Start 1–3 Storm
Skotfoss 2–0 Trygg

Quarterfinal[edit]

Team 1  Score  Team 2
3 October 1920
Ørn 5–1 (aet) Storm
Sarpsborg 3–1 Skotfoss
Frigg 3–2 (aet) Brann
Brage 0–1 Lyn

Semifinal[edit]

Team 1  Score  Team 2
10 October 1920
Ørn 2–0 Sarpsborg
Frigg 2–1 Lyn

Final[edit]

17 October 1920
Ørn 1–0 Frigg
Paulsen Goal 68'
Vestre Holmen, Kristiania
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Fredrik Schieldrop, Minde
Ørn:
GK Thorbjørn Falkenberg
DF Kristian Johnsen
DF Leif Andersen
MF Reidar Høilund
MF Emil Hansen
MF Fritz Amundsen
FW Egil Jacobsen
FW Michael Paulsen
FW Harald Pedersen
FW Ingar Pedersen
FW Gudmund Fredriksen
Frigg:
GK Gustav Magnussen
DF Arne Bjørklund
DF Yngvar Tørnros
MF Jens Olsen
MF Ellef Mohn
MF Fritz Semb Thorstvedt
FW Per Bekkedahl
FW Hans Dahl
FW Bjarne Olsen
FW Rolf Semb Thorstvedt
FW Trygve Smith

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