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The 2000 Norwegian Football Cup was the 95th edition of the Norwegian Football Cup. The Cup was won by Odd Grenland after they defeated Viking in the final with the score 2–1.

2000 Norwegian Football Cup
Norgesmesterskapet i fotball for herrer
Country Norway
Teams128 (competition proper)
Defending championsRosenborg
ChampionsOdd Grenland (12th title)
Runners-upViking
Matches played85
Goals scored301 (3.54 per match)
1999
2001

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

First roundEdit

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 roundEdit

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 roundEdit

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 roundEdit

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)

Quarter-finalsEdit

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

Semi-finalsEdit

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

September 24: Viking - Start 4-0

FinalEdit

Odd Grenland2–1 (a.e.t.)Viking
Tihinen   65' (o.g.)
Flindt Bjerg   106'
Report Dahl   43'
Attendance: 24,864

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