1937 in Norwegian football

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Results from Norwegian football in 1937.

Class a of local association Leagues[edit]

Class A of local association leagues (kretsserier) is the predecessor of a national league competition. In 1937, the leagues were shortened, or not even played because of Norgesserien 1937/38.

Østfold[edit]

Selbak champion

Oslo[edit]

Lyn champion

Follo[edit]

Hølen champion

Aker[edit]

Nydalen champion

Vestre Romerike[edit]

No championship (only cup).

Østre Romerike[edit]

Sørumsand champion

Oplandene[edit]

Fremad champion

Glåmdal[edit]

No championship (only cup).

Nord-Østerdal[edit]

Tynset champion

Sør-Østerdal[edit]

Elverum champion

Gudbrandsdal[edit]

No championship (only cup).

Valdres[edit]

Nordsinni champion

Øvre Buskerud[edit]

Geithus champion

Drammen og omegn[edit]

Mjøndalen champion

Vestfold[edit]

Fram (Larvik) champion

Grenland[edit]

Pors champion

Øvre Telemark[edit]

Snøgg champion

Aust-Agder[edit]

Grane (Arendal) champion

Vest-Agder[edit]

Flekkefjord champion

Rogaland[edit]

Viking champion

Sunnhordaland[edit]

Stord champion

Midthordland[edit]

Voss champion

Bergen[edit]

No championship (only group play).

Sogn og Fjordane[edit]

Høyanger champion

Sunnmøre[edit]

Rollon champion

Romsdal[edit]

Veblungsnes champion

Nordmøre[edit]

Kristiansund champion

Sør-Trøndelag[edit]

Ranheim champion

Trondhjem[edit]

Brage champion

Nord-Trøndelag[edit]

Neset champion

Namdal[edit]

Namsos champion

Helgeland[edit]

Mo champion

Salten[edit]

Glimt champion

Lofoten og Vesterålen[edit]

Andenes champion

Troms[edit]

Tromsø champion

Troms Innland[edit]

Skøelv champion

Vest-Finnmark[edit]

Stein champion

Midt-Finnmark[edit]

Mehamn champion

Aust-Finnmark[edit]

Kirkenes champion

Norwegian Cup[edit]

Third round[edit]

Fredrikstad - Aalesund 8-0

Storm - Berger 2-0

Viking - Brann 3-2

Ranheim - Clausenengen 4-4 (extra time)

Lyn - Djerv 3-1

Strong - Fram (Larvik) 1-4

Frigg - Jevnaker 0-4

Odd - Gresvik 4-0

Hardy - Jarl 4-2

Kristiansund - Nydalen 2-1

Kvik (Halden) - Urædd 4-0

Lillestrøm - Lisleby 1-1 (extra time)

Mjøndalen - Selbak 5-1

Moss - Vålerengen 4-3

Pors - Tistedalen 0-1

Steinkjer - Rosenborg 0-5

Rematch

Ranheim - Clausenengen 2-3

Lisleby - Lillestrøm 7-1

Fourth round[edit]

Clausenengen - Mjøndalen 1-5

Fram (Larvik) - Kvik (Halden) 2-1 (extra time)

Rosenborg - Fredrikstad 0-5

Hardy - Lyn 0-5

Jevnaker - Moss 5-1

Lisleby - Kristiansund 2-1

Tistedalen - Odd 2-4

Viking - Storm 2-2 (extra time)

Rematch

Viking - Storm 1-0

Quarterfinal[edit]

Odd - Fram (Larvik) 1-0

Fredrikstad - Viking 2-1

Lyn - Jevnaker 3-2

Mjøndalen - Lisleby 3-2

Semifinal[edit]

Mjøndalen - Fredrikstad 2-1

Odd - Lyn 2-1

Final[edit]

October 17: Mjøndalen - Odd 4-2

National team[edit]

Men[edit]

May 14: NorwayEngland 0-6, friendly

May 27: NorwayItaly 1-3, friendly

June 13: DenmarkNorway 5-1, friendly

September 5: FinlandNorway 0-2, friendly

September 19: NorwaySweden 3-2, friendly

October 10: NorwayIreland 3-2, World Cup qualifier

October 24: GermanyNorway 3-0, friendly

November 7: IrelandNorway 3-3, World Cup qualifier