2004 Norwegian Football Cup

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2004 Norwegian Football Cup
Country  Norway
Teams 128 (competition proper)
Champions Brann (6th title)
Runners-up Lyn
Brann supporters on the way to Ullevåll on November 7, 2004

The Norwegian men's football cup 2004 started on May 5. It was contested by 128 teams, going through 7 rounds before a winner could be declared. The final match was played on November 7.

The clubs from Tippeligaen all made it to round 3 (round of 32). However, six Tippeligaen teams - Vålerenga, Odd Grenland, Viking, Fredrikstad, Molde, and Sogndal - were knocked out in round 3. Round 4 (round of 16) saw two more - Tromsø and Bodø/Glimt - being knocked out, leaving six Tippeligaen teams and two First Division teams in round 5 (the quarter finals).

Brann won the cup, beating Lyn 4-1 in the final match.

First round[edit]

May 5: Kvik Halden - Groruddalen 4-0

Østsiden - Sprint/Jeløy 0-0 (extra time), 4-2 on penalties
Sarpsborg FK - Oslo Øst 3-1
Selbak - Ørn-Horten 0-2
Kolbotn - Kongsvinger 1-2
Årvoll - Ullensaker/Kisa 0-1
Kjelsås - Bærum 0-4
Asker - Sparta Sarpsborg 2-3
Lørenskog - St. Hanshaugen 2-1 (extra time)
Skjetten - Grue 9-0
Eidsvold Turn - Strømmen 3-1
FF Lillehammer - Follo 1-1 (extra time), 11-10 on penalties
Ringsaker - Nybergsund 1-3
Elverum - Mercantile 1-2
Gjøvik/Lyn - Brumunddal 2-4
Vardal - Sogndal 0-5
Notodden - Raufoss 1-5
Mjøndalen - Strømsgodset 1-2
Åssiden - Odd Grenland 1-6
Eik-Tønsberg - Frigg Oslo 0-1
Larvik Fotball - Drafn 1-0
Borre - Moss 1-9
Tollnes - Drøbak/Frogn 4-3
Langesund/Stathelle - Lillestrøm 0-7
Herkules - FK Tønsberg 1-2
Skarphedin - Donn 1-0
FK Arendal - Sandefjord Fotball 0-3
Vindbjart - Pors Grenland 0-6
Egersund - Stabæk 0-2
Sandnes Ulf - Klepp 3-1
Sola - Bryne 0-1
Frøyland - Start 0-7
Vidar - Ålgård 0-2
Torvastad - Åsane 1-0
Åkra - Brann 0-9
Norheimsund - Fyllingen 1-0
Solid - Haugesund 0-3
Arna-Bjørnar - Viking 0-5
Løv-Ham - Radøy/Manger 6-4 (extra time)
Varegg - Hovding 1-3 aet
Fana - Jotun Årdalstangen 7-3
Askøy - Vard Haugesund 2-3
Fjøra - Hønefoss BK 0-3
Stryn - Hamarkameratene 0-1
Spjelkavik - Hødd 0-9
Volda - Kolstad 4-1
Træff - Skeid 0-2
Orkla - Strindheim 3-4
Melhus - Aalesund 1-6
Flå - Molde 0-4
Byåsen - Steinkjer 5-2
Nidelv - Mo 1-5
Levanger - Verdal 3-0
Rissa - Rosenborg 0-15
Rørvik - Bodø/Glimt 0-8
Harstad - Narvik FK 4-2
Lofoten - Vesterålen 4-3 (extra time)
Salangen - Lyn Oslo 1-7
Skarp - Alta 4-4(extra time), 6-5 on penalties
Senja - Tromsdalen 0-10
Bossekop - Tromsø 0-8

May 6: Bøler - Fredrikstad 2-4

Os - Vålerenga 2-3
Eiger - Mandalskameratene 0-7

Second round[edit]

May 26: Brumunddal - Hamarkameratene 2-7

Eidsvold Turn - Sogndal 1-3
Harstad - Bodø/Glimt 0-7
Levanger - Rosenborg 2-7
FF Lillehammer - Lillestrøm 0-8
Norheimsund - Brann 0-5
Sarpsborg FK - Fredrikstad 2-8
Skarp - Tromsø 0-6
Skarphedin - Odd Grenland 0-2
Torvastad - Viking 0-7
Ullensaker/Kisa - Stabæk 2-3
Østsiden - Lyn Oslo 1-2
Bryne - Løv-Ham 4-0
Frigg Oslo - Skjetten 2-0
Hødd - Byåsen 5-3 (extra time)
Hønefoss BK - Lørenskog 5-0
Mandalskameratene - Larvik Fotball 5-0
Mercantile - Moss 2-3
Mo - Strømsgodset 2-0
Nybergsund - Kongsvinger 1-3
Pors Grenland - Kvik Halden 0-0 (extra time), 4-5 on penalties
Raufoss - Bærum 3-4
Skeid - FK Tønsberg 3-1
Start - Tollnes 6-0
Strindheim - Fana 5-2 aet
Vard Haugesund - Sandnes Ulf 2-1 (extra time)
Ørn-Horten - Sandefjord Fotball 2-4
Aalesund - Hovding 5-1
Ålgård - Haugesund 1-2

May 27: Volda - Molde 0-5

Tromsdalen - Lofoten 0-1

May 28: Sparta Sarpsborg - Vålerenga 0-2

Third round[edit]

June 3: Strindheim - Rosenborg 1-6

Lofoten - Bodø/Glimt 0-7

June 9: Moss - Fredrikstad 1-1 (extra time), 5-3 on penalties

Lyn Oslo - Frigg Oslo 3-2
Bærum - Vålerenga 3-2
Kongsvinger - Aalesund 2-2 (extra time), 3-0 on penalties
Hamarkameratene - Skeid 4-3 aet
Sandefjord Fotball - Start 1-1 (extra time), 5-4 on penalties
Viking - Bryne 1-2
Haugesund - Odd Grenland 5-3 (extra time)
Brann - Hødd 6-0
Sogndal - Mandalskameratene 1-2
Molde - Vard Haugesund 1-2 (extra time)
Mo - Tromsø 0-2

June 10: Kvik Halden - Stabæk 1-4

Lillestrøm - Hønefoss BK 2-0

Fourth round[edit]

June 23: Kongsvinger - Sandefjord Fotball 0-3

Mandalskameratene - Hamarkameratene 0-2
Bryne - Bærum 2-1
Tromsø - Lillestrøm 1-1(extra time), 3-5 on penalties
Haugesund - Rosenborg 1-2
Stabæk - Moss 3-1

June 24: Bodø/Glimt - Brann 3-3 (extra time), 5-6 on penalties

Vard Haugesund - Lyn Oslo 0-5

Quarterfinal[edit]

August 14: Lillestrøm - Rosenborg 3-2

Lyn Oslo - Hamarkameratene 3-1

August 15: Brann - Bryne 3-2

Sandefjord Fotball - Stabæk 3-4

Semifinal[edit]

September 22: Stabæk - Brann 1-3 (extra time)

September 23: Lyn Oslo - Lillestrøm 1-0

Final[edit]

November 7, 2004
Brann 4–1 Lyn
Sæternes 4' Goal
Winters 8' Goal
Sæternes 13' Goal
Sæternes 34' Goal
Goal Markstedt 11'
Brann:
GK 12 Norway Håkon Opdal
DF 2 Norway Jan Tore Ophaug
DF 18 Iceland Ólafur Örn Bjarnason
DF 8 Norway Ragnvald Soma Booked 29'
DF 15 Norway Erlend Hanstveit (C)
MF 5 Norway Martin Knudsen (- 78')
MF 6 Norway Helge Haugen
MF 23 Austria Paul Scharner
MF 27 Norway Raymond Kvisvik (- 86')
FW 7 Scotland Robbie Winters (- 85')
FW 10 Norway Bengt Sæternes
Substitutions:
MF 19 Norway Tom Sanne (+ 78')
MF 16 Scotland Charlie Miller Booked 90' (+ 85')
DF 14 Norway Arve Walde (+ 86')
Coach:
Norway Mons Ivar Mjelde
Lyn:
GK 26 Oman Ali Al-Habsi
DF 4 Norway Kristian Flittie Onstad (- 70')
DF 22 Norway Tommy Berntsen (C)
DF 5 Denmark Steven Lustü
DF 19 Norway Yngvar Håkonsen Booked 90'
MF 7 Norway Tomasz Sokolowski
MF 15 Norway Øyvind Leonhardsen
MF 2 Norway Mounir Hamoud (- 60')
MF 23 Norway Lars Kristian Eriksen (- 45')
FW 25 Sweden Peter Markstedt
FW 10 Norway Jan Derek Sørensen
Substitutions:
MF 17 Norway Christoffer Dahl (+ 45')
MF 9 South Korea Cha Ji-Ho (+ 60')
DF 6 Norway Ole Bjørn Sundgot (+ 70')
Coach:
Norway Hans Knudsen
Norway Espen Olafsen