1970 Norwegian Football Cup

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Strømsgodset won the Norwegian Cup after beating Lyn 42 on 25 October. The goal scorers for Strømsgodset were Thorodd Presberg who scored in the 30th and 46th minutes, and Ingar Pettersen who scored in the 67th and 69th minute. For Lyn, Trygve Christophersen scored in the 10th and 37th minutes.
25 744 spectators watched the game at Ullevål stadion in Oslo. The referee was Einar Røed. This was the second time Strømsgodset won the Norwegian Cup.

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Thorodd Presberg is a Norwegian former football and bandy player. He played football for Drafn from 1960 to 1963 and for Strømsgodset from 1963 till 1973. He played 234 top class games, scoring 125 goals, and he won three Norwegian cup championships and one league championship. He also played four matches and scored one goal for the Norwegian national team.

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Strømsgodset's winning squad: Inge Thun, Arild Mathisen, Jan Kristiansen, Tor Alsaker-Nøstdahl, Erik Eriksen, Odd Arild Amundsen, Egil H. Olsen, Bjørn Odmar Andersen, Steinar Pettersen, Thorodd Presberg, Ingar Pettersen; Ole Johnny Friise, Håvard Beckstrøm, Johnny Vidar Pedersen, Sverre Rørvik and Per Rune Wølner.

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Lyn's team: Svein Bjørn Olsen, Jan Rodvang, Helge Østvold, Tore Børrehaug, Knut Kolle, Arild Gulden, Andreas Morisbak, Ola Dybwad-Olsen, Sven Otto Birkeland, Trygve Christophersen and Jon Palmer Austnes.

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