1951 Norwegian Football Cup

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1951 Norwegian Football Cup
Country Norway Norway
Champions Sarpsborg (6th title)
Runners-up Asker

The 1951 Norwegian Football Cup was the 46th 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 Ullevaal Stadion in Oslo on 21 October 1951, and was contested by five-time former winners Sarpsborg and Asker, who made their first appearance in the cup final. Sarpsborg won the final 3-2, after extra time, and secured their sixth title. Fredrikstad were the defending champions, but were eliminated by Vålerengen in the quarter-final.

Third round[edit]

August 12:

  • Sparta - Jevnaker 0-2
  • Selbak - Skiens BK 2-1
  • Fredrikstad - Larvik Turn 3-2 (extra time)
  • Lyn - Varegg 1-3
  • Sandaker - Sandefjord 3-2 (extra time)
  • Hamarkameratene - Kvik (Trondheim) 2-4
  • Gjøvik/Lyn - Vålerengen 3-5
  • Eik - Skeid 2-4
  • Fram (Larvik) - Asker 1-2 (extra time)
  • Odd - Frigg 3-5
  • Start - Jerv 6-1
  • Ålgård - Viking 0-0 (extra time)
  • Baune - Årstad 2-1
  • Aalesund - Troll 3-1 (extra time)
  • Ranheim - Fremad 2-0
  • Brage - Sarpsborg 1-1

Rematch

August 26:

  • Viking - Ålgård 3-2
  • Sarpsborg - Brage 3-0

Fourth round[edit]

August 26:

  • Vålerengen - Baune 5-1
  • Frigg - Skeid 1-0
  • Asker - Ranheim 2-0
  • Jevnaker - Fredrikstad 0-5
  • Varegg - Selbak 2-2 (extra time)
  • Kvik (Trondheim) - Sandaker 2-4 (extra time)

September 16:

  • Sarpsborg - Aalesund 1-0
  • Viking - Start 4-1

Rematch

September 16:

  • Selbak - Varegg 1-0

Quarterfinal[edit]

September 23:

  • Fredrikstad - Vålerengen 3-5
  • Selbak - Asker 2-3 (extra time)
  • Frigg - Viking 1-0
  • Sandaker - Sarpsborg 2-4

Semifinal[edit]

October 7:

  • Vålerengen - Asker 0-1
  • Sarpsborg - Frigg 2-0

Final[edit]

October 21:

  • Sarpsborg - Asker 3-2 (extra time)

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