2009 Norwegian Football Cup

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2009 Norwegian Football Cup
Norgesmesterskapet i fotball for herrer
Country Norway
Teams128 (competition proper)
281 (total)
ChampionsAalesund (1st title)
Runners-upMolde
Matches played127
Goals scored489 (3.85 per match)
Top goal scorer(s)Mame Biram Diouf
(6 goals) [1]
2008
2010

The 2009 Norwegian Football Cup was the 104th season of the Norwegian annual knockout football tournament. The competition started with two qualifying rounds on 13 April and 22 April, and the final was held on 8 November.[2] The defending champions were Vålerenga.

The winners of the Cup, Aalesund, could call themselves Champions of Norway, and qualified for the third qualifying round of the 2010–11 UEFA Europa League.

Calendar[edit]

Round Main date Number of fixtures Clubs New entries this round
First Qualifying Round 13 April 2009 102 281 → 179 204: 78th–281st
Second Qualifying Round 22 April 2009 51 179 → 128 none
First Round 9–10 April 2009 64 128 → 64 77: 1st–77th
Second Round 27–28 May 2009 32 64 → 32 none
Third Round 17–18 June 2009 16 32 → 16 none
Fourth Round 8–9 July 2009 8 16 → 8 none
Quarter-finals 7–9 August 2009 4 8 → 4 none
Semi-finals 23–24 September 2009 2 4 → 2 none
Final 8 November 2009 1 2 → 1 none

Results[edit]

First Qualifying Round[edit]

The match-ups were selected by the association on 17 March, the matches were played on 13 April or earlier.[3]

Second Qualifying Round[edit]

The match-ups were selected by the association on 15 April, the matches were played on 22 April or earlier.[4]

First Round[edit]

The match-ups were selected by the association on 28 April, the matches were played on 9–10 May and 13 May.[5]

9 May 2009

Verdal - Vålerenga 1 - 6
Asker - FK Tønsberg 2 - 1
Bossekop - Tromsdalen 0 - 1
Eidsvold TF - Valdres 2 - 0
Fjøra - Løv-Ham 0 - 1
Flisa - Kongsvinger 0 - 0 a.e.t. (Kongsvinger won 5 - 4 on a penalty shootout)
Klepp - Bryne 1 - 5
Mysen - Follo 1 - 5
Raufoss - Ullern 3 - 1
Redalen IL - Nybergsund-Trysil 0 - 1
Skjetten - Kjelsås 1 - 2 a.e.t.
Strømmen - Korsvoll 2 - 0
Vindbjart - Randaberg 1 - 3
Ørn-Horten - Sarpsborg 08 3 - 4

10 May 2009

Fløya - Tromsø 0 - 4
Brattvåg IL - Aalesund 0 - 5
Frigg - Lyn 0 - 4
Gjøvik FF - Rosenborg 0 - 4
Konnerud IL - Strømsgodset 2 - 4 a.e.t.
Nordstrand - Fredrikstad 0 - 7
Odda FK - Viking 1 - 6
Sander - Stabæk 0 - 5
Tornado Måløy - Molde 1 - 8
Trauma - Start 1 - 4
Østsiden - Lillestrøm 2 - 3
Egersund IK - Kopervik 3 - 3 a.e.t. (Kopervik won 5 - 3 on a penalty shootout)
Elnesvågen/Omegn - Skarbøvik 1 - 2
Elverum - Ham-Kam 1 - 4 a.e.t.
FF Lillehammer - KFUM 1 - 1 a.e.t. (Lillehammer won 4 - 1 on a penalty shootout)
Fjellhamar - Lørenskog 1 - 2
Follese - Fyllingen 1 - 2
Fram Larvik - Drammen FK 1 - 2 a.e.t.
Frøyland - Haugesund 1 - 4
Grüner - Ullensaker/Kisa 2 - 5
Hasle-Løren - Drøbak-Frogn 0 - 2
Jevnaker - Mjøndalen 1 - 1 a.e.t. (Mjøndalen won 4 - 3 on a penalty shootout)
Kattem - Levanger 1 - 5
KIL/Hemne - Byåsen 0 - 2
Kolstad - Ranheim 2 - 3
Kristiansund BK - Nardo 5 - 2
Kvik Halden - Skeid 2 - 1
Lyngbø - Fana 1 - 0
Lyngdal - Stavanger 1 - 6
Mjølner - Harstad 2 - 2 a.e.t. (Mjølner won 9 - 8 on a penalty shootout)
Mo - Stålkameratene 1 - 2
Pors Grenland - Notodden 1 - 2
Rakkestad IF - Moss 0 - 6
Røa - Manglerud Star 3 - 1
Sandar - Bærum 0 - 3
Sandnes Ulf - Mandalskameratene 4 - 2
Senja - Bodø/Glimt 0 - 1
Skarp - Alta 1 - 2
Smørås IL - Sogndal 0 - 4
Stathelle/Omegn - Sandefjord Fotball 2 - 4
Steinkjer - Charlottenlund 8 - 2
Stord - Nest-Sotra 0 - 2
Strindheim - Tiller 5 - 0
Træff - Hødd 1 - 2
Vadmyra - Åsane 1 - 2 a.e.t.
Vard Haugesund - Vidar 0 - 4
Ålgård - Flekkerøy 3 - 2 a.e.t.
Årvoll - Hønefoss 0 - 3

13 May 2009

Høyang - Brann 0 - 6
Vestfossen - Odd Grenland 0 - 4

Second Round[edit]

The match-ups were selected by the association on 14 May, the matches were played on 24 May, 27–28 May and 4 June.[6]

24 May 2009

Lyngbø - Brann 0 - 2
Hødd - Molde 0 - 2

27 May 2009

Kjelsås - Odd Grenland 1 - 2
Kvik Halden - Stabæk 1 - 4
Strømmen - Lillestrøm 1 - 2 a.e.t.
FF Lillehammer - Ham-Kam 0 - 4
Drammen FK - Mjøndalen 1 - 5
Vidar - Start 1 - 3
Stavanger - Sandnes Ulf 3 - 2
Kopervik - Bryne 1 - 5
Randaberg - Haugesund 2 - 2 a.e.t. (Haugesund won 4 - 3 on a penalty shootout)
Løv-Ham - Fyllingen 3 - 0
Ranheim - Steinkjer 6 - 0

28 May 2009

Drøbak-Frogn - Fredrikstad 1 - 2
Follo - Vålerenga 0 - 2
Røa - Lyn 0 - 6
Lørenskog - Notodden 0 - 1
Ullensaker/Kisa - Sandefjord Fotball 1 - 0
Hønefoss - Raufoss 1 - 1 a.e.t. (Hønefoss won 6 - 5 on a penalty shootout)
Ålgård - Viking 2 - 3
Kristiansund BK - Aalesund 0 - 2
Byåsen - Alta 3 - 4
Levanger - Rosenborg 0 - 5
Stålkameratene - Tromsø 2 - 3
Mjølner - Bodø/Glimt 1 - 3
Tromsdalen - Strindheim 2 - 3

4 June 2009

Sarpsborg 08 - Eidsvold TF 2 - 3
Nest-Sotra - Moss 2 - 1
Sogndal - Åsane 2 - 1

10 June 2009

Bærum - Strømsgodset 3 - 1
Kongsvinger - Skarbøvik 4 - 0
Nybergsund-Trysil - Asker 1 - 3

Third Round[edit]

The match-ups were selected by the association on 5 June, the matches were played on 17–18 June.[7]

17 June 2009

Vålerenga - Ullensaker/Kisa 5 - 3
Asker - Lillestrøm 0 - 3
Eidsvold TF - Stabæk 1 - 2
Ham-Kam - Lyn 0 - 2
Mjøndalen - Bærum 3 - 1
Notodden - Odd Grenland 0 - 2
Bryne - Viking 0 - 0 a.e.t. (Bryne won 3 - 2 on a penalty shootout)
Haugesund - Sogndal 1 - 2
Nest-Sotra - Brann 2 - 4
Aalesund - Stavanger 2 - 1
Strindheim - Rosenborg 1 - 7
Tromsø - Hønefoss 4 - 0
Alta - Bodø/Glimt 3 - 0

18 June 2009

Fredrikstad - Ranheim 5 - 3 a.e.t.
Molde - Kongsvinger 1 - 0
Start - Løv-Ham 2 - 2 a.e.t. (Løv-Ham won 14 - 13 on a penalty shootout)

Fourth Round[edit]

This round consists of the 16 winners from the previous round. The eight matches will be played on 5, 8 and 9 July.

5 July 2009

Tromsø 2 - 0 Bryne
Rosenborg 2 - 0 Løv-Ham

8 July 2009

Sogndal 0 - 1 Aalesund
Vålerenga 3 - 1 Mjøndalen
Alta 0 - 1 Molde
Stabæk 4 - 0 Lillestrøm

9 July 2009

Brann 1 - 0 Lyn
Odd Grenland 3 - 1 Fredrikstad

Quarter-finals[edit]

The matches were played on 8–9 August.

Aalesunds3–1Stabæk
Parr Goal 35'
Jalasto Goal 78'
Stephenson Goal 85'
Pálmason Goal 8'

Odd Grenland5–1Brann
Bentley Goal 15'
Kovács Goal 33'82'
Magnus Lekven Goal 56'
Semb Berge Goal 90'
Solli Goal 73'
Bakke Red card 74'
Attendance: 8,205

Vålerenga4–3Tromsø
Sæternes Goal 21'
Hæstad Goal 74'
Sæternes Goal 85'
Koppinen Goal 90' (o.g.)
Rushfeldt Goal 8'
Moldskred Goal 25'
Moldskred Goal 38'
Yndestad
Attendance: 4,873

Molde5–0Rosenborg
M.B. Diouf Goal 10'
Berg Hestad Goal 52'
Hoset Goal 57'
P.P. Diouf Goal 74'
Mota Goal 83'

Annan
Attendance: 11,272
Referee: Terje Hauge (Olsvik)

Semi-finals[edit]

The matches were drawn on 10 August, with former Prime Minister, Kjell Magne Bondevik, drawing the first team. The team he drew were Molde, which is his favourite and hometown team. The matches are scheduled to be played on 23–24 September.[8]

Molde6–3
(a.e.t.)
Vålerenga
Hoseth Goal 78' (pen)
P.P. Diouf Goal 84'95'
Thioune Goal 105'119'
Hoseth Goal 120'
Singh Goal 45'
Moström[citation needed] Goal 81'117'
Attendance: 7,986

Aalesund1–0Odd Grenland
Aarøy Goal 60'
Attendance: 10,236

Final[edit]

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