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2006 Norwegian Football Cup

2006 Norwegian Football Cup
Country  Norway
Teams 128 (competition proper)
Champions Fredrikstad (11th title)
Runners-up Sandefjord
Top goal scorer(s) Roman Kienast
Steffen Iversen
Tor Henning Hamre
(8 goals) [1]

The Norwegian men's football cup 2006 started on May 10. It is contested by 128 teams, going through 7 rounds before a winner could be declared. The final match was played on November 12 at Ullevaal Stadium, and marked the end of the 2006 Norwegian football season.

Contents

  • Results 1
    • Final 1.1
    • Semi-finals 1.2
    • Quarter-finals 1.3
    • 4th round 1.4
    • 3rd round 1.5
    • 2nd round 1.6
    • 1st round 1.7
  • References 2

Results

Final

November 12, 2006
Fredrikstad 3-0 Sandefjord Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo
Ref: Tom Henning Øvrebø, Nordstrand
Attendance: 25,102


Semi-finals

Date Host Agg. Visitor Ground Attendance Obs
September 20 Fredrikstad 2-2 Start Fredrikstad Stadion, Fredrikstad 10,396 3-2 a.e.t
September 21 Rosenborg 2-5 Sandefjord Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 11,000

Quarter-finals

Date Host Agg. Visitor Ground Attendance Obs
August 19 Vålerenga 0-3 Fredrikstad Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo 7,516
August 19 Start 2-2 Lillestrøm Kristiansand Stadion, Kristiansand 9,662 3-2 a.e.t
August 20 Follo 0-1 Sandefjord Ski Stadion, Ski 1,416
August 20 Viking 1-3 Rosenborg Viking Stadion, Stavanger 6,744

4th round

From this round onwards, matches were drawn by lots.

July 19, 2006

Vålerenga-Aalesund 2-1
Fredrikstad-Bryne 2-2 (Fredrikstad winns 4-2 after penalty shootout)
Rosenborg-Mandalskameratene 1-0
Sogndal-Follo 1-2 a.e.t.
Ham-Kam-Sandefjord 2-3
Lillestrøm-Lyn 2-1

July 20, 2006

Viking-Bodø/Glimt 5-0
Start-Brann 3-1

3rd round

This was the last round in which the Norwegian FA determined match-ups.

July 5, 2006

Follo - Molde 3-2
Lyn - Pors Grenland 4-2
Ham-Kam - Moss 3-1
Hønefoss - Vålerenga 1-2
Kongsvinger - Fredrikstad 2-3
Rosenborg - Raufoss 2-1 a.a.t.
Brann - Levanger 3-1
Mandalskameratene - Odd Grenland 4-1
Viking - Manglerud Star 4-0
Haugesund - Start 1-1 (Start winns 5-6 after penalty shootout)
Bodø/Glimt - Tromsø 4-2
Harstad - Lillestrøm 1-5
Løv-Ham - Aalesund 1-2

July 12, 2006

Stabæk - Sogndal 2-2 (Sogndal winns 3-4 after penalty shootout)
Bryne - Strømsgodset 3-1
Sandefjord - Skeid 3-2

2nd round

June 7, 2006

Lørenskog - Lillestrøm 2-4

June 8, 2006

Lisleby - Lyn 1-4
Sprint/Jeløy - Fredrikstad 1-2
Korsvoll - Odd Grenland 0-2
Bærum - Sandefjord 0-1
Lillehammer - Vålerenga 0-6
Gjøvik/Lyn - Ham-Kam 2-3
Flekkerøy - Viking 1-3
Kopervik - Start 1-7
Voss - Brann 0-4
KIL/Hemne - Molde 1-11
Kolstad - Stabæk 0-1
Steinkjer - Rosenborg 0-4
Hammerfest - Tromsø 0-3

Moss - Kjelsås 3-0
Manglerud Star - Fana 5-3
Skeid - Notodden 2-0
Eidsvold Turn - Kongsvinger 2-3
Raufoss - Groruddalen 3-0
Strømsgodset - FK Tønsberg 4-0
Pors Grenland - Drøbak/Frogn 6-0
Ålgård - Mandalskameratene 1-4
Klepp - Bryne 1-2
Fyllingen - Hønefoss 2-5
Askøy - Haugesund 0-2
Sogndal - Årdal 5-0
Aalesund - Ranheim 8-1
Byåsen - Løv-Ham 1-3
Strindheim - Follo 0-3
Levanger - Hødd 4-1
Bodø/Glimt - Skarp 4-1
Tromsdalen - Harstad 1-2

1st round

May 10, 2006

Arendal - Start 1-10
Asker - Stabæk 2-4
Follese - Brann 0-1
Fossum - Lyn 0-4
Frøyland - Viking 1-6
Grovfjord - Tromsø 0-5
Høland - Lillestrøm 0-3
Rosenborg 1-8
Kvik Halden - Fredrikstad 1-7
Larvik Turn - Sandefjord 0-4
Ringebu/Fåvang - Ham-Kam 1-7
Skotfoss - Odd Grenland 0-3
Stange - Vålerenga 1-8
Surnadal - Molde 1-6

Kirkenes - Tromsdalen 1-5
Askøy - Vadmyra 4-2
Birkebeineren - Hønefoss 1-5
Brumunddal - Sprint-Jeløy 0-3
Charlottenlund - Strindheim 0-2
Egersund - Ålgård 0-2
Eik Tønsberg - Pors Grenland 1-4
Fana - Lyngbø 2-0
Flekkerøy - Sandnes Ulf 4-1
Frigg - Manglerud Star 0-2
Fu/Vo - Moss 2-4
Førde - Sogndal 0-4
Groruddalen - Elverum 3-0
Hadeland - Follo 0-6
Hammerfest - Alta 3-2
Hovding - Løv-Ham 1-5
Klemetsrud - Strømsgodset 2-7
Klepp - Randaberg 3-1
Kristiansund - KIL/Hemne 0-2
Levanger - Mo 1-0
FF Lillehammer - Ull/Kisa 4-3 a.e.t.
Lisleby - Sparta Sarpsborg 1-1 a.e.t. (6-5 after penalty shootout)
Lofoten - Harstad 1-3 a.e.t.
Mjøndalen - Skeid 2-3
Namsos - Steinkjer 0-3
Nardo - Byåsen 1-3
Ranheim - Verdal 3-2
Sander - Kongsvinger 0-4
Sarpsborg - Korsvoll 2-2 a.e.t. (2-4 after penalty shootout)
Skarbøvik - Aalesund 0-2
Skarp - Lyngen Karnes 6-3
Stavanger - Bryne 2-3 a.e.t.
Steigen - Bodø/Glimt 2-3
Stord - Fyllingen 2-5
Sykkylven - Hødd 1-4
Tønsberg - Røa 12-1
Vardal - Raufoss 1-4
Ørn Horten - Eidsvold Turn 1-2
Åkra - Haugesund 0-3
Åmot - Gjøvik Lyn 0-1
Årdal - Stryn 5-4
Åsane - Voss 1-2.

References

All fixtures, results and matchinfo have been retrieved from this page[2]

  1. ^ http://www.fotballen.eu/nm/maalNM06.html
  2. ^ "Terminliste Fotball-NM, menn 2006" (in Norwegian).  
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