1930 Norwegian Football Cup

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1930 Norwegian Football Cup
Country Norway Norway
Champions Ørn (4th title)
Runners-up Drammens BK

The 1930 Norwegian Football Cup was the 29th season of the Norwegian annual knockout football tournament. The tournament was open for all members of NFF, except those from Northern Norway. The final was played at Brann Stadion in Bergen on 19 October 1930, and was contested by the last year's losing finalist Ørn and Drammens BK, who played their first and only final. Ørn, who played in their fifth consecutive final, won the final 4-2, and secured their third title in five years, and fourth title in total.

Third round[edit]

Aalesund - Selbak 6-3

Brage - Ranheim 3-0

Stavanger IF - Djerv 4-0

Hardy - Drafn 5-4 (extra time)

Drammens BK - Larvk Turn 4-4 (extra time)

Lillestrøm - Falk 2-1

Fram (Larvik) - Kvik (Halden) 3-2

Kapp - Fredrikstad 0-8

Gjøvik/Lyn - Frigg 2-4

Mjøndalen - Hamar IL 9-0

Steinkjer - Kvik (Nidaros) 3-6

Lisleby - Strømsgodset 6-1

Ørn - Moss 7-1

Trygg - Odd 2-2 (1


Urædd - Tønsberg Turn 2-0

Ulf - Viking 2-5

Rematch

Larvk Turn - Drammens BK 0-3

Trygg - Odd 1-2

(1: Trygg - Odd was abandoned.

Fourth round[edit]

Ørn - Aalesund 6-2

Frigg - Brage 10-2

Urædd - Drammens BK 2-5

Fredrikstad - Fram (Larvik) 2-0

Viking - Hardy 2-0

Kvik (Nidaros) - Lisleby 1-7

Odd - Lillestrøm 8-3

Stavanger IF - Mjøndalen 3-0

Quarterfinal[edit]

Lisleby - Drammens BK 2-3

Odd - Fredrikstad 2-3

Stavanger IF - Frigg 5-4 (extra time)

Ørn - Viking 0-0 (extra time)

Rematch

Ørn - Viking 4-0

Semifinal[edit]

Drammens BK - Stavanger IF 2-0

Ørn - Fredrikstad 2-1

Final[edit]

October 19: Ørn - Drammens BK 4-2

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