1908 Norwegian Football Cup

1908 Norwegian Football Cup
1908 Norwegian Football Cup
Country Norway Norway
Teams 5
Champions Lyn (1st title)
Runner-up Odd
Matches played 4

The 1908 Norwegian Football Cup was the 7th season of the Norwegian annual knockout football tournament. The tournament was open for 1908 local association leagues (kretsserier) champions, except in Smaalene and Kristiania og omegn where a separate cup qualifying tournament was held. Lyn won their first title.

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Contents

First Round

Team 1  Score  Team 2
5 September 1908
Lyn 6–0 Lyn (Gjøvik)
  • Odd, Kvik (Fredrikshald), Ørn received a bye.

Semifinal

Team 1  Score  Team 2
12 September 1908
Lyn 2–0 Ørn
Odd 5–0 Kvik (Fredrikshald)

Final

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13 September 1908
Lyn 3–2 Odd Gamle Frogner, Kristiania
Referee: Charles Stanley Davis, Sarpsborg
Lyn:
GK August Heiberg Kahrs
DF Olav Tygesen
DF Hjalmar Syversen
MF Erling Lorck
MF Henrik Nordby
MF Henning Wiese
FW Knut Heyerdahl-Larsen
FW Victor Nysted
FW Nikolai Ramm Østgaard
FW Erling Maartmann
FW Rolf Maartmann
Odd:
GK Jacob Abrahamsen
DF Peder Henriksen
DF Marius Lund
MF Bernhart Halvorsen
MF Frithjof Nilsen
MF Øivind Stensrud
FW Otto Olsen
FW Bjarne Gulbrandsen
FW Johan Nilsen
FW Berthold Pettersen
FW Daniel Gasman

References

  1. ^ "Norwegian cup 1908". RSSSF Norway. http://www.rsssf.no/1908/Cup.html. Retrieved 2011-06-19. 
  2. ^ Jorsett, Per; Arne Scheie (December 1999). Cupen 1902-1999. J.M. Stenersens forlag. ISBN 82-7201-275-8. 

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