2000 Norwegian Football Cup

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2000 Norwegian Football Cup
Country  Norway
Teams 128 (competition proper)
Champions Odd Grenland (12th title)
Runners-up Viking

The Norwegian Football Cup 2000 was a Norwegian football tournament that took place in 2000. It was the 95th Norwegian Football Cup.

Because of competing of the national team at the UEFA Euro 2000, the 14 teams from Tippeligaen was bye to the third round.

First round[edit]

May 23: Strømsgodset - Birkebeineren 3-1

Ørn Horten - Sarpsborg 5-0
Sunndal - Træff 0-3

May 24: Østsiden - Skeid 2-2 (after extra time), 1-3 on penalties

Fredrikstad - Skjetten 1-0
Sparta - Lyn 2-5
Strømmen - Bærum 2-3
Grei - Asker 1-0
Ullern - Drøbak/Frogn 1-2
Kjelsås - Mercantile/Lambertseter 2-0
Sør-Aurdal - L/F Hønefoss 1-6
Kongsvinger - Lørenskog 4-0
Vardal - Elverum 3-1
Raufoss - Gjøvik/Lyn 3-2 (after extra time)
Larvik Turn - Eik-Tønsberg 0-2
Skarphedin - Sandefjord Fotball 0-1
Tollnes - Vindbjart 5-1
Giv Akt - Mandalskameratene 0-8
Staal - Vidar 0-2
Vard Haugesund - Sandnes FK 5-2 (after extra time)
Hundvåg - Randaberg 1-4
Follese - Fyllingen 3-0
Os - Gneist 1-0
Åsane - Stord 0-1 (after extra time)
Sogndal - Fjøra 1-0
Hødd - Skarbøvik 1-0
Tornado - Aalesund 1-0
Orkla - Levanger 2-3
Tiller - Steinkjer 0-2
Ranheim - Strindheim 2-4
Byåsen - NTNUI 2-0
Fauske/Sprint - Stålkameratene 3-3 (after extra time), 2-4 on penalties
Lofoten - Finnsnes 8-1
Skarp - Alta 1-2
Tromsdalen - Senja 7-2

May 25: FF Lillehammer - Hamarkameratene 0-1

Second round[edit]

June 7: L/F Hønefoss - Hamarkameratene 0-3

Vardal - Kongsvinger 1-2
Eik-Tønsberg - Ørn Horten 3-0
Tollnes - Kjelsås 1-1 (after extra time), 7-6 on penalties
Sandefjord Fotball - Mandalskameratene 4-1
Randaberg - Vidar 0-3
Stord - Vard Haugesund 2-1
Follese - Sogndal 0-5
Os - Tornado 1-2
Træff - Hødd 3-1
Steinkjer - Strindheim 0-1
Levanger - Byåsen 0-1 (after extra time)
Stålkameratene - Lofoten 2-4 (after extra time)
Alta - Tromsdalen 4-2

June 8: Drøbak/Frogn - Lyn 0-2

Skeid - Fredrikstad 4-0
Bærum - Strømsgodset 1-3 (after extra time)
Raufoss - Grei 2-0

Third round[edit]

June 27: Vidar - Haugesund 2-0

June 28: Moss - Raufoss 2-1

Lyn - Sandefjord Fotball 3-0
Stabæk - Træff 0-2
Hamarkameratene - Lillestrøm 2-4
Kongsvinger - Start 0-3
Strømsgodset - Skeid 2-0
Odd Grenland - Tollnes 6-1
Bryne - Eik-Tønsberg 2-2 (after extra time), 3-4 on penalties
Viking - Byåsen 2-1
Brann - Stord 2-0
Sogndal - Vålerenga 0-7
Tornado - Molde 0-5
Strindheim - Rosenborg 1-0
Lofoten - Bodø/Glimt 1-4
Tromsø - Alta 4-1

Fourth round[edit]

July 19: Eik-Tønsberg - Bodø/Glimt 1-5

Strindheim - Odd Grenland 0-5
Træff - Viking 0-5
Vålerenga - Vidar 6-0

July 20: Molde - Brann 3-0

Lillestrøm - Strømsgodset 3-0
Lyn - Moss 0-3

July 26: Start - Tromsø 3-2 (after extra time)

Quarterfinal[edit]

September 5: Bodø/Glimt - Lillestrøm 2-0

September 6: Odd Grenland - Moss 2-2 (after extra time), 9-8 on penalties

Start - Molde awd (Start won by NFF decision, Molde used an ineligible player (Martin Andresen) in original 4-3 win.)
Viking - Vålerenga 3-2

Semifinal[edit]

September 23: Odd Grenland - Bodø/Glimt 4-0

September 24: Viking - Start 4-0

Final[edit]

29 October 2000
13:15 CET
Odd Grenland 2–1 (a.e.t.) Viking
Tihinen Goal 65' (o.g.)
Flindt Bjerg Goal 106'
Report Dahl Goal 43'
Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo
Attendance: 24,864
Referee: Frode Kvam (Strindheim)

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