1931 Norwegian Football Cup

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1931 Norwegian Football Cup
Country Norway Norway
Champions Odd (11th title)
Runners-up Mjøndalen

The 1931 Norwegian Football Cup was the 30th 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 Lovisenlund in Larvik on 18 October 1931, and was contested by ten-time former winners Odd and Mjøndalen, who also played in the final in 1924, which they lost. Odd won the final 4-2, and secured their eleventh title, which also was their last title in 69 years, before Odd again won the Norwegian Cup in 2000.[1] Ørn were the defending champions, but were eliminated by Gjøa in the third round.

Third round[edit]

Brage - Rapp 6–0

Brann - Stavanger IF 2-1

Viking - Djerv 4-0

Drafn - Frigg 2-2 (extra time)

Falk - Drammens BK 3-2 (extra time)

Dæhlenengen - Skiold 2-1

Strømsgodset - Fram (Larvik) 0-3

Fredrikstad - Vålerengen 3-0

Ørn - Gjøa 0-3

Lyn - Hardy 6-1

Kvik (Trondheim) - Kristiansund 3-5

Larvik Turn - Start 1-1 (extra time)

Lillestrøm - Lisleby 3-4 (extra time)

Odd - Gjøvik/Lyn 3-2

Urædd - Mjøndalen 2-3

Sarpsborg - Rollon 4-0

Rematch

Frigg - Drafn 0-1

Start - Larvik Turn 5-4 (extra time)

Fourth round[edit]

Brage - Brann 0-3

Fram (Larvik) - Drafn 6-1

Lisleby - Dæhlenengen 3-0

Fredrikstad - Falk 3-0

Gjøa - Odd 0-0 (extra time)

Kristiansund - Sarpsborg 0-2

Viking - Lyn 1-4

Start - Mjøndalen 0-8

Rematch

Odd - Gjøa 4-2

Quarterfinal[edit]

Brann - Mjøndalen 3-3 (extra time)

Sarpsborg - Fram (Larvik) 1-6

Fredrikstad - Lisleby 1-2

Lyn - Odd 2-3

Rematch

Mjøndalen - Brann 3-2 (extra time)

Semifinal[edit]

Mjøndalen - Fram (Larvik) 2-1

Odd - Lisleby 2-1 (extra time)

Final[edit]

October 18: Odd - Mjøndalen 3-1

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sa unnskyld til kongen". vg.no (in Norwegian). VG. 30 October 2000. Retrieved 31 January 2012.