Finals Saturday: Dramatic last final

The finals continued Saturday. This article will be updated continuously with all the results and photos of the winners. You can also follow the finals in social media:

 

Final class A17/18

The last final of this year’s Norway Cup was the only one to go to penalty shoot out. Both teams switched goalies before the penalites, and it was the team from Oslo, Norway – Oppsal – who would lift the trophy at the end.

Oslo Football Academy Dakar (Senegal)-Oppsal 3-5 (penalty shoot out)
Full time: 1-1
Half time: 1-0
Goals: 1-0 Mohamed Diagne, 1-1 Eivind Vandås
Penalty goals Dakar: Egard Aly Natrang og Dion Lopy og ukjent
Penalty goals Oppsal: Stian Trollebø, Axel Vikne Wannerstedt, Marcus Stenberg, Thomas Eeg
Yellow cards: none
Red cards: none
Referees: Paul Mosley (England). Fourth official: Paul Wilcox (England). Ass: Jacob Theilgaard, Milan Kardelis

Oslo Football Academy Dakar Senegal: Cheikh Fall Babou, Dion Lopy, Egard Aly Natrang, Mouhamadou Seck, Mohamed Diagne, Ibrahima Diallo, Francios Mendy, Youssou Sene, El-hadj Doudou Sane, Lamine Diack, Yaya Gomis, Ibrahima Balde, Pierre Mane, Mouhamed Niasse, Ismaela Diallo, Amaht Diop, Ndiawar Diouf, Ousmane Ndiaye, Mamadou Ndiaye.

Oppsal IF: Håvard Rudå Tidemandsen, Eivind Vandås, Håkon Garsjø, Stian Trollebø Jørgensen, Preben Gunadasan Syse, Axel Vikne Wannerstedt, Martin Andersen, Ole Marius Garsjø, Jonas Vedler Gudmunsen, Mats Brændvang, Ole Jacob Gabrielsen, Sebastian Jakobsen Lihaug, Thomas Eeg Kongerud, Sander Hoel Kjørstad, Elias Fredriksen Mellbye, Jonas Aune Jorde, Erik Libakken Østerås, Marcus Stenberg Ericsson, Truls Brændvang

Final class Q17 (Girls 17 years old)

Kongsvinger tok the lead within the first half minute of the final against Drøbak-Frogn. The Kongsvinger girls have been strong through the whole tournament, and the final was no exception. Top scorer Naomi Griffin scored three goals in a few minutes to make it 4-0, and before the end of the first half the score was 5-0. The second half was a lot closer than the first, but Kongsvinger’s victory was never in doubt. In the end they secured a 6-0-victory.

Match facts:

Drøbak-Frogn – Kongsvinger 0-6 (0-5)
Goals: 1-0: Sanne Godske Martinsen. 2-0: Naomi Griffin. 3-0: Naomi Griffin. 4-0: Naomi Griffin. 5-0: Marthe Haugen Taugbøl. 6-0: Sunniva Aurmo.
Player of the match: Naomi Griffin.
Drøbak Frogn: Marie Heistad, Amalie Thue, Katrine Opseth, Helene Lunde, Malin Nilsson Englund, Andrea Ekrem, Emilie Aspaas, Josefine Aarstrand Kirste, Mia Mannsverk, Emilie Bekkevold, Anniken Seim, Kaja Høyem, Tuva Tomren Malmberg, Karoline Lillebø, Sandra Week
Kongsvinger: Ingeborg Løvli, Vilde Gullhaug Birkeli, Martine Skogstad Falkeid, Selma Halvorsen Langrekken, Ragne Hagen Svastuen, Sandra Fredheim, Martine M. Ness, Marthe Haugen Taugbøl, Sanne Godske Martinsen, Helene Williams, Naomi Griffin, Marianne Hong Sanderud, Sina Karlsson Lysen, Sunniva Aurmo, Janine V. Mikkelsen, Hedda C. Solberg Ruud, Marte Sofie Ness, Nora A. Grasmo Bergman, Oline Brekke Fuglem, Siri Indgjerdingen, Marthe Sveggen
Referees: Jakub Stefanski (Belgia), Øyvind Fredrikslid Dalen (Rindal IL), Michal Daniel Kotyza (Vålerenga Fotball) og Laurens Thomas (Belgia)

 

Final class A17 (B17, 11-a-side)

Foto: Lilly Christin Persson

A huge and loud group of supporters from the western part of Norway got to vitness a strong perfomance from their team Sotra in the class A17 finals. The Sotra boys got an early goal, and never looked back. Until the referee whisled the match off, they had scored five times and could lift the throphy.

Sotra-Os 5-0 (3-0)
Goals: 1-0 Tobias Sjøflott (str.), 2-0 Kim Brakstad, 3-0 Ian Bull, 4-0 Markus Iden, 5-0 Ian Bull
Yellow card: ingen
Red card: ingen
Referees: H: Paul Daniel Johansen (Freidig SPK). Fourth official: Anders Husøy (Kjelsås). Ass: Ove Runhaug (Orkdal) og Johannes Nikolai Andresen (Kvaløya)
Os: Peter Armstrong, Bjørnar Straumsnes, Marius Een Lyssand, Trym Hjørnevik, Vegard Strønen Skeie, Chrisoffer Eikaas, Marius Hevrøy, Harry James Moore, Alexsander Tøssebro, Steffen Kvamsdal, Tobias Nøss, Casper Røttingen Lunde, Karel Bezucha, Daniel Bjørnevik, Fredrik Laugen, Markus Lund Valvik, Sondre Nystad, Casper Maltun, Kristoffer Røttingen
Sotra: Jørgen Torsvik Snekkevik, Andreas Nymark, Kristian Ree, Sander Ekerhovd, Olav Seim, Morten Lokøy, Markus Ro, Tobias Sjøflott, Kim Brakstad, Eirik Nesse, Ian Bull, Håkon Herdlevær, Ervinas Jusilatus, Erlend Instebø, Markus Iden, Lars Hella.

Final class B (B16, 11-a-side)

Foto: Magne Mellem Enoksen

Røa IL – Lillestrøm 1, 2-3 (g.g.)
Full time: 2-2
Half time: 1-1
Goals: 0-1 Stian Sandberg, 1-1 Nicolas Gillesdal, 2-1 Carl Magnus Østmo Monrad, 2-2 Petter Fauske Evensen, 2-3 Alexander Hrčka Sannes
Yellow card: Røa: 1
Man of the match: Stian Sandberg
Referee: Johan William Grundt (Eidskog Fotball), Johannes Remøy (Rival SK), Sander Olsen (Tverlandet IL) and Andre Birkeland (SK Djerv 1919)

Røa: Ivar Vetrhus Sørlie, Joachim Gram Braaten, Peter Thormodsen Ehrhardt, Johan Sande Mathisen, Magnus Klammerholm Haug, Carl Magnus Østmo Monrad, Rasmus Rørvik, Nicolas Gillesdal, Bartek Okurowski, Daniel Thormodsen Ehrhardt, Bendik Jæger Stang, Andreas Østvold, Fredrik Person, Oscar Markey, Oskar Hauger Johannessen, Peter Nergård, Simon Svartis Christiansen, Mathias Gravelsæther, Luca Jensen, Carl Magnus Kanden , Wiljar Nesse jr, Jesper Roth

Lillestrøm: Vetle Røhne Nilsen, Kristian Nordengen, Morten Kjelsrud, Jonas Moen, Sondre Sagen, Stian Sandberg, Kristian Rud, Magnus Knudsen, Martin Aasen Hemstad, Petter Fauske Evensen, Alexander Ingi Gunnthorsson, Petter Karlsen, Johannes Sognnæs, Simon Bakken, Fredrik Havnås, Petter Hanekamhaug, Alexander Hrčka Sannes, Thomas Sund Buseth, Ola Haugerud Ness, Kasper Nordvold Dysterud, Kristian Myrvang

 

Final class C (B14, 11-a-side)

Foto: Lilly Christin Persson

A packed “stadium” at Ekebergsletta vitnessed a really nerveracking final between the Norwegian team KFUM (neighbour to Norway Cup host Bækkelaget) and Bangkok from Thailand. The Thai boys went for the lead twice, however KFUM answered both times. The final had to go into extra time, and in the second halv of the extra time KFUM managed to score, after a free kick by Bangkok´s bench found the head of Rahul Sharma. KFUM were defeated in the semifinals in Norway Cup last year, so this felt like a sweet revenge for the team that think of Ekebergsletta as their home turf.

KFUM-Kam Oslo 1-Bangkok Christian College FC 3-2 (g.g.)
Full time: 2-2
Half time: 1-2
Goals: 0-1 Wainawin Seenor, 1-1 Kasper Tordol, 1-2 Wachirawit Jitphitthayakul (str.), 2-2 Oscar Sundell, 3-2 Rahul Sharma
Yellow cards: ingen
Red cards: ingen
Referees: H: Szymon Michniewicz (Polen). 4. dommer: Justin Gläsemann (Tyskland). Ass: Felix Hoffmann (Tyskland) og Angela Rajcheveska (Makedonia)
KFUM: Jonathan Ådlandsvik, Mikael Rekkedal, Oscar Halvorsen, Olav Strand, Henry Mensah, Vegard Holsæther, Eirik Hermansen, Thomas Knutsen, Kasper Tordol, Oscar Sundell, Rahul Sharma, Philip Schnell Jacobsen, Oskar Tiller, Mads Botillen, Mika Miglliorini, Lucas Jansson, Felix Lillesø, Erlend Stensrud
Bangkok CC: Pattarapoom Suriyasa, Saharat Sangsewee, Pisitpon Krairam, Kittipat Inthawong, Apirak Unmadee, Watcharapol Songkutcha, Woradach Boonmakhajornkit, Lapin Phuangrotphan, Authanee Thamneram, Wainawin Seenor, Wachirawit Jitphitthayakul, Kiattiphum Sripon, Thanathorn Bunsong, Pongpon Surachaipitak, Tanawat Asawaneramit, Chonlapat Jettana, Navapat Pakoktom, Thanapat Khumsai

 

Final Class Q (Girls 19 years old)

Vålerenga played eleven against ten for almost the entire match, after Tiller got a player sent off early in the first half. The team from Oslo also took the lead through a great long range shot from Emilie Østerås. Both teams created several chances and came close to adding to the scoresheet, but the final score was 1-0 .Vålerenga could celebrate the victory with their fans.

Match facts

Tiller IL – Vålerenga Fotball 0-1 (0-1)
Goals: 0-1: Emilie Østerås.
Red card: Kaisa Øien Aune, Tiller
Tiller IL: Marthe Jacobsen, Marita Olsen, Tiril Olsen, Kaisa Øien Aune, Kristin Loraas Eiriksson, Tonje Gravdal, Celine Kleiven Vevle, Laura Gashi, Andrea Holm Aune, Ina Sofie Rokne, Sandra Aardal Gulstad, Erica Munkvold, Julie Nyheim, Sara Bye Andersen, Nora Kraft Sæther, Synne Bye Andersen.
Vålerenga IF: Sara Nilssen Kilen, Adriana  Imeri, Karoline  Djurhuus, Elise Gjester, Kine  Fløtre, Ida  Outzen, Marthe  Borchgrevink, Lea Haji  Høiness, Marit Emaus Flaa, Celin Bizet Ildhusøy, Emilie Libakken  Østerås, Lotte Parmegiani Årseth, Eveleen Hundal, Ingrid  Haug, Vilde Madelen Thomsen, Mille Sofie Brevig Baartvedt.
Referees: Mari Hellum Bjørnstad (Åssiden IF), Niloo Kalifi (Oppsal IF), Ane Serine Dimmen (Volda TI) and Stine Margrete Jensen (Reine IL)

Final Class R (Girls 16 years old)

It was a close first half with chances both ways, Strindheim IL managed to push in a goal before half time. Strindheim got a free kick in dangerous position, and Emilie Bragstad stepped up to take the free kick. She shot a hard shot in the left bottom corner, and unreachable for the goal keeper. Strindheim added on their lead with a third goal soon after.

Giv Akt Spangereid IL-Strindheim IL 1 0-3 (0-1)
Goal: 0-1 owngoal, 0-2, Emilie Bragstad, 0-3 Erika Angell Haugen
Yellow cards: Giv Akt Spangereid IL: Marta Svennevik Kvinen, Strindheim IL: none
Red cards: none
Strindheim IL 1: Andrea Pettersen, Renate Hovde, Maiken Mahlum, Rikke van der Weel, Emilie Bragstad, Synne Skogmo, Stine Vikaune, Thea Marie Rolseth, Sara Andersen, Nora Johnsen Asmussen, Julia Welde, Inga Hustad Strandholmen, Erika Angell Haugen, Emma Tangstad, Julie Walstad, Andrea Leknes
Giv Akt Spangereid IL: Vilde Alfredsen, Marta Svennevik Kvinen, Thea Skofteland, Mina Kastet, Nora Fardal Kvinen, Malin LeMaitre, Marte Simonsen, Adele Wigemyr Hagen, Hedda Kristensen Hansen, Anna Margit Vinsjevik, Amalie Finnesand Røyland, Tonje Fjelldalen Hansen, Tuva Pedersen, Julie Gjertsen, Kristine Simonsen

 

Final, Class N (Boys 16 years old)

Foto: Jon Eldholm

The final between Warszawa and Gdansk was a thrilling encounter, and the two big Polish clubs  cancelled each other out for more than 80 minutes on the main pitch. Both teams played on high intensity and gave their all. Extra time was needed to seperate the two teams, and eventually Maciej Rosozek gave Legia Warszawa the victory as he but a rebound past the keeper.

Legia Warsawa – Lechia Gdansk 1-0 (0-0) (0-0) – victory on golden goal
Goals: 1-0 Maciej Rosozek.
Yellow cards: Legia Warsawa: 1. Lechia Gdansk: 1.
Legia Warzsawa: Kacper Grzela, Patryk Peda, Jan Goliski, Maciej Rosozek, Lukasz Lakomy, Gabor Grabowski, Jakub Ojrzyski, Bartlomie Ciepiela, Partryk Konik, Nikodem Niski, Kacper Gociniarek, Kamil Bielikow, Miseszko Lorenc, Michal Kochanowski, Wiktor Preuss, Mateusz Lisowski, Radoslaw Cielemski, Jakub Wojtaszek, Michal Sparwaser.
Lechia Gdansk: Maciej Wozniak, Marcin Wisniewski, Maciek Marek, Filip Dymerski, Jan Kopania, Adam Juszxzynski, Adrian Petk, Jakub Jarzebowski, Piotr Gryszkiewicz, Adrian Sikora, Sebastian Rugowski, Dominik Rycewicz, Sebastian Dziadkowiec, Pawel Lekowski, Dominik Szukielowicz, Marcel Wszolek, Kamil Sikora, Bartosz Kuzniarski, Kuba Michalowski
Referees: H: Luuk Timmer (Netherlands), Fjerdedommer: Jelle Besselen (Netherlands), ass: Alex Boss (Netherlands) og Thomas Hardemann (Netherlands)

 

Finals class S:

Pyongyang International Football School lifting the trophy. Photo: Bjørn Aslak Dallmann

The game between the girls from Pyongyang International Football School and Lambertseter was exciting from the start to the end. Both teams did their best they could to try to win. After a short period, Pyongyang’s number 14, Kim Si Nae, managed to score the first goal in the match. It was even between the two teams the whole game. However, at the end, Pyongyang’s number 12, Hong Song Ok, received the ball in her feet and put it in the back of the net. The score was 2-0 to the team from North-Korea after full time.

Pyongyang International Football School – Lambertseter 2-0 (1-0)
Goals: 
1-0 Kim Si Nae, 2-0 Hong Song Ok.
Yellow cards: None
Red cards: None
Referees: Vilde Kramer, Mattias Gripsgård Sakstad, Sondre Bratli Andersen og Dominik Stanislavchuk.
Pyongyang International Football School: Pak Ju Mi, Pak Ye Song, Ri Jin Hui, Jo Il Gyong, Kim Jo Hyang, Ri Yong Gyong, Kim Si Nae, Kim Pom I, Pak Son A, Jong Ryu Gyong, Kim Jin Mi, Won Jin Sim, Hong Song Ok, Ri Kwang Ryon and Choe Song Gyong.
Lambertseter: Vilde Jonberg Kristiansen, Emma Evanger Larsen, Mille Leypoldt, Johanne M. Ingvaldsen, Lona Ilebrekke, Maria Stølen, Elphie Karlsen, Silje Fjeldstad, Sunniva Godin Leikanger, Liv Mæhlen Stenslie, Ida Helene Sundén, Jenny Engel Askildt, Nora Kjellsen Røed, Hedvig Sørheim, Lene Eide Syversen, Vilde Gaska, Ida Gravdal and Thea Sofie Kanestrøm.

Text/photo: Norway Cup.no

Contact us: ncredaksjonen@gmail.com