1996 Norwegian Football Cup

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The 1996 Norwegian Football Cup was won by Tromsø after they beat Bodø/Glimt in the cup final. This was the first time two teams from Nord-Norge had met in the final.

First round[edit]

  • Alta – Porsanger 2-1 (extra time)
  • Aurskog/Finstadbru – Jevnaker 0-7
  • Austrheim – Brann 0-8
  • Averøykameratene – Molde 0-3
  • Blaker – Lillestrøm 0-5
  • Bærum – Runar 0-2
  • Eiger – Klepp 1-0
  • Fart – Kongsvinger 1-1 (extra time), 2-5 on penalties
  • Finnsnes – Tromsdalen 2-3
  • Flint – Odd Grenland 0-2
  • Follese – Åsane 1-8
  • Frigg – Grei 1-2
  • Galterud – Vålerenga 1-4
  • Gevir Bodø – Stålkameratene 1-3
  • Grorud – Skeid 0-5
  • Hareid – Hødd 2-3
  • Hovding – Fana 1-4
  • Hærland – Moss 1-5
  • Kolbotn – Drøbak/Frogn 1-2
  • Kolstad – Melhus 1-2
  • Kopervik – Os 1-0
  • Langesund – Start 0-2
 
  • Larvik Turn – Pors Grenland 1-3
  • Lofoten – Harstad 1-1 (extra time), 3-4 on penalties
  • Lyngen/Karnes – Skjervøy 0-2
  • Mjøndalen – Drafn 3-2
  • Mo – Bodø/Glimt 1-6
  • Nardo – Orkdal 7-1
  • Nidelv – Rosenborg 0-9
  • Nybergsund – Faaberg 0-5
  • Ny-Krohnborg – Fyllingen 1-3
  • Nymark – Haugesund 1-3
  • Orkanger – National 2-2 (extra time), 5-4 on penalties
  • Rakkestad – Kjelsås 0-1
  • Randesund – Flekkefjord 1-1 (extra time), 4-5 on penalties
  • Ranheim – Strindheim 2-1
  • Raufoss – Strømmen 3-2 (extra time)
  • Riska – Vidar 0-11
  • Rælingen – Lyn 2-3
  • Råde – Stabæk 0-2
  • Sandefjord BK – Fossum 2-1
  • Sarpsborg – Falk 0-1
  • Sel – Åndalsnes 1-2
 
  • Silsand – Mjølner-Narvik 2-3
  • Skarbøvik – Aalesund 3-2
  • Snøgg – Eik-Tønsberg 1-7
  • Sortland – Grovfjord 4-1
  • Sprint-Jeløy – Ullern 1-0
  • Stavanger – Viking 0-4
  • Steinkjer – Namsos 1-2
  • Stjørdals/Blink – Fauske/Sprint 1-2
  • Stryn – Sogndal 0-2
  • Trysil – Elverum 1-3
  • Ulf-Sandnes – Bryne 3-1
  • Ulfstind – Tromsø 0-8
  • Vardal – Hamarkameratene 1-4
  • Vard Haugesund – Stord 1-0
  • Verdal – Byåsen 0-3
  • Vindbjart – Vigør 2-1
  • Ørsta – Tornado 2-3
  • Østsiden – Fredrikstad 3-2
  • Ålgård – Randaberg 4-2
  • Åmot – Strømsgodset 0-7
  • Åssiden – Ski 1-2

Second round[edit]

  • Elverum – Drøbak/Frogn 3-2
  • Faaberg – Stabæk 1-4
  • Falk – Mjøndalen 3-2
  • Fauske/Sprint – Bodø/Glimt 0-10
  • Flekkefjord – Brann 0-6
  • Fyllingen – Skarbøvik 4-0
  • Grei – Kongsvinger 1-4
  • Harstad – Sortland 6-0
  • Haugesund – Kopervik 4-1
  • Kjelsås – Hamarkameratene 0-6
  • Lyn – Jevnaker 2-0
 
  • Melhus – Byåsen 0-2
  • Mjølner-Narvik – Stålkameratene 5-1
  • Molde – Orkanger 5-0
  • Moss – Sprint-Jeløy 3-2 (extra time)
  • Namsos – Nardo 1-5
  • Pors Grenland – Eik-Tønsberg 0-5
  • Raufoss – Lillestrøm 1-3
  • Rosenborg – Ranheim 6-0
  • Runar – Odd Grenland 1-2
  • Ski – Vålerenga 2-3
  • Skjervøy – Tromsdalen 0-1
 
  • Start – Vindbjart 1-0
  • Strømsgodset – Sandefjord BK 3-2
  • Tornado – Hødd 1-3
  • Tromsø – Alta 2-1
  • Ulf-Sandnes – Viking 1-5
  • Vidar – Eiger 1-3 (extra time)
  • Østsiden – Skeid 0-6
  • Ålgård – Fana 1-2
  • Åndalsnes – Sogndal 1-5
  • Åsane – Vard Haugesund 2-0

Third round[edit]

  • Bodø/Glimt – Mjølner-Narvik 2-1
  • Brann – Åsane 2-0
  • Byåsen – Molde 1-2
  • Eiger – Start 1-4
  • Eik-Tønsberg – Stabæk 2-3
  • Fana – Moss 0-1
 
  • Hamarkameratene – Nardo 1-0
  • Hødd – Rosenborg 1-7
  • Kongsvinger – Elverum 2-0
  • Lillestrøm – Falk 0-1
  • Odd Grenland – Strømsgodset 0-1
 
  • Skeid – Harstad 3-1
  • Sogndal – Lyn 3-2
  • Tromsdalen – Tromsø 3-8 (extra time)
  • Viking – Haugesund 3-1
  • Vålerenga – Fyllingen 2-0

Fourth round[edit]

  • Bodø/Glimt – Brann 3-2
  • Falk – Skeid 0-1
  • Molde – Kongsvinger 0-3
  • Stabæk – Rosenborg 4-2
 
  • Start – Moss 2-2 (extra time), 4-5 on penalties
  • Strømsgodset – Sogndal 2-0
  • Tromsø – Hamarkameratene 7-0
  • Vålerenga – Viking 2-1

Quarterfinal[edit]

  • Moss – Kongsvinger 2-3
  • Skeid – Tromsø 0-2
  • Stabæk – Bodø/Glimt 1-5
  • Strømsgodset – Vålerenga 0-2

Semifinal[edit]

1st legs:

  • Kongsvinger – Bodø/Glimt 1-5
  • Tromsø – Vålerenga 0-0

2nd legs:

  • Bodø/Glimt – Kongsvinger 2-0 (7-1 on aggregate)
  • Vålerenga – Tromsø 0-3 (0-3 on aggregate)

Final[edit]

27 October 1996
Tromsø 2–1 (0–0) Bodø/Glimt
Årst Goal 79'
Rushfeldt Goal 90'
Berg Goal 55'
Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo
Attendance: 22,683
Referee: Terje Hauge (Lyngbø)

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