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Norwegian NM Cup

The Norwegian Football Cup (Norwegian: Norgesmesterskapet i fotball for herrer) is the main knockout cup competition in Norwegian football. It is run by the Football Association of Norway and has been contested since 1902, making it the oldest football tournament in the country. The tournament is commonly known as Cupen ("The Cup") or NM, an acronym formed from Norgesmesterskap ("Norwegian Championship"). These terms are used to describe both the men's and women's competitions. The equivalent competition for women's teams is the Norwegian Women's Football Cup.

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The world's greatest international football rivalries – ranked and reviewed
The Guardian (blog)
That there is no love lost between Serbia and Croatia was underlined on 22 March 2013, when the Croatians beat their rivals 2-0 in a World Cup qualifier amid a tempestuous atmosphere in the Maksimir Stadium in Zagreb. It was a rivalry whose tale was ...
AP Sportlight
Town Hall
1986 — Minnesota's Tommy Kramer passes for 490 yards and four touchdowns but the Vikings still lose to the Washington Redskins in overtime, 44-38. 1986 — Gianni Poli of Italy wins the New York Marathon in 2:11:06 and Grete Waitz of Norway wins her ...
Bob Bradley aims to bring Stabaek to the Norwegian Cup final in his first ...
Plus, Norwegian soccer is learning from Bradley, who has been conducting coaching clinics with the Norwegian federation. When asked whether Bradley does things that are not typically Norwegian, his sporting director, Olsen, says: “All the things that ...
Ski champ Svindal injured while playing soccer
Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel
The Norwegian won the crystal globes for leading the season's downhill and super-G rankings, raising his number of World Cup discipline titles to nine. “It's a giant loss for next season,” Hirscher told the Austria Press Agency, adding he had texted ...
The Day America Fell in Love with the World Cup
New Yorker
Americans, like practically everybody else, have gone a little World Cup crazy. As a lifelong soccer nut, and a naturalized American citizen, I welcome this development—and readily admit that I didn't see it coming. Like most U.S. soccer fans, I've ...
Wayne Rooney named England captain
Ottawa Sun
Coach Roy Hodgson made the announcement at a media conference at Wembley as he unveiled his squad for the fixtures against Norway and Switzerland. "I gave it a lot of thought but Wayne is an obvious choice," Hodgson told reporters. ... Rooney, born in ...
Norwegian wins bet on Suarez World Cup bite
Uruguay striker Luis Suarez's practice of biting opponents seems to be a safe bet. More than 150 people across Europe put money down that he would do it again during the World Cup, and raked in winnings 175-fold, a Swedish gambling company said on ...
Biggest winners from the 2014 World Cup
Who used Brazil 2014 raise their profile in the soccer world? And let's not limit this to what happened on the field. When we look back on the 2014 World Cup, what other aspects will leap from our memories, serving as the surprise contributions that ...
Norway calls up 15-year-old for Euro qualifying
Reportedly being followed by Liverpool and Barcelona, Odegaard has been called up for two of Norway's upcoming Euro 2016 qualifying matches against Malta and and Bulgaria. With the opportunity to play on Europe's biggest stage, a strong performance ...
This isn't about the Tory party. It's a battle for the soul of British politics
The Guardian
Ukip is waging a visceral culture war in its pursuit of byelection votes. But has David Cameron already surrendered? Labour party stunt at Conservative party conference. A Labour party stunt with a Nigel Farage mask and David Cameron puppet outside the ...

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