1966 Norwegian Football Cup

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Fredrikstad won the Norwegian Cup after beating Lyn 3-2 on 30 October 1966. The goal scorers for Fredrikstad were Bjørn Borgen in the 33rd and 59th minute, and Arne Pedersen in the 89th minute. For Lyn, Harald Berg scored in the 54th minute and Ole Stavrum scored in the 57th minute.

Fredrikstad FK association football club in Fredrikstad, Norway

Fredrikstad Fotballklubb is a Norwegian football club from the town of Fredrikstad. With nine league championships and eleven Norwegian Cup wins, FFK is one of the most successful clubs in Norwegian football. The club was founded in 1903.

Bjørn Borgen was a Norwegian footballer who played for Fredrikstad and Lyn, as well as the national team, as a right winger. He later became a coach active in the lower leagues.

Arne Pedersen Norwegian football player and coach

Arne Knut Pedersen was a Norwegian footballer. He was a deep-lying inside forward, or offensive midfielder by today's terminology, who spent his entire playing career at his hometown club Fredrikstad FK, where he was a key player during the club's most successful period in the 1950s and early 1960s. He was also capped 40 times by Norway, and scored 11 international goals.

This was Fredrikstad's ninth cup. 30,355 spectators attended the final at Ullevaal stadion. The referee was Hans Granlund.

Fredrikstad's winning team: Per Mosgaard, Kjell Andreassen, Jan Hermansen, Arne Pedersen, Hans Jacob Mathisen, Roar Johansen, Bjørn Borgen, Tore Hansen, Per Kristoffersen, Thor Spydevold and Jan Aas.

Roar Johansen was a Norwegian footballer. As a defender for Fredrikstad he helped win the league title in 1956–57, 1959–60 and 1960–61, and the cup title in 1957, 1961 and 1966. In total he played 190 league-games and scored five goals for Fredrikstad from 1952 to 1967.

Tore Hansen is a Norwegian football referee and former footballer and football coach.

Per Kristoffersen is a Norwegian former footballer who played as a striker.

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