Brann won the Norwegian Cup by beating Rosenborg 1–0 on 22 October. The goal scorer for Brann was Jan Erik Osland who scored in the 13th minute.
17 700 spectators watched the game at Ullevål stadion in Oslo. The referee was Kjell Wahlen. This was the third time Brann won the Norwegian Cup.
Brann's winning squad: Oddvar Trææn, Helge Karlsen, Rune Pedersen, Ole Kobbeltvedt, Tore Nordtvedt, Frode Larsen (Torgeir Hauge 60), Erling Mikkelsen (Atle Bilsback 75), Arnfinn Espeseth, Roald Jensen, Kjell Øyasæter and Jan Erik Osland.
Rosenborg's squad: Øivind Brynte Torp, Erling Meirik, Kåre Rønnes, Bjørn Rime, Øystein Wormdal, Jan Christiansen, Anders Farstad, Tore Lindseth, Harald Sunde, Bjørn Wirkola and Arne Hanssen.
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Molde Fotballklubb is a professional football club based in Molde, Norway, that competes in Eliteserien, the top flight of Norwegian football. Founded on 19 June 1911, the club was originally known as International and changed its name to Molde in 1915. Molde are four-time league champions and four-time Norwegian Cup winners, and have finished second in the league a further nine times. Molde is one of only two Norwegian clubs to have participated in the UEFA Champions League.
Sportsklubben Brann is a Norwegian professional football club, founded 26 September 1908, from Bergen. Brann has been in the Eliteserien, Norway's Premier Division of Football, since 1987, bar one season spent in the 1. divisjon in 2015. They play their home matches at Brann Stadion where they had a record-breaking 17,310 in average attendance in the 2007 season. In October 2007, Brann won the Norwegian league title for the first time since 1963.
The Kniksen Award, established in 1990, honors the best players in the Norwegian football premiership. The award is named after the legendary Norwegian football player Roald Jensen, nicknamed "Kniksen".
The 2009 Tippeligaen was the 65th completed season of top division football in Norway. The competition began on 15 March and end on 1 November. Stabæk were the defending champions. Odd Grenland, Sandefjord and Start entered as the three promoted teams from the 2008 1. divisjon. They replaced HamKam who were relegated to the 2009 1. divisjon.
Rosenborg became Norwegian Cup winners by beating Sarpsborg 2–1 on 25 October 1964. The goal scorers for Rosenborg were Tor Kleveland, who scored after 32 minutes, and Tore Pedersen, who scored in the 55th minute. For Sarpsborg, Martin Kjølholt scored in the 85th minute.
Skeid became Norwegian Cup winners after defeating Frigg 2–1 in the third final on 7 November 1965. There were 3 finals in 1965. The first two ended as ties. The goal scorers for Skeid were Terje Gulbrandsen and Pål Sætrang. For Frigg, the goal scorer was Erik Schønfeldt.
8 990 spectators attended Ullevaal Stadion in Oslo. The referee was Sverre Eugen Olsen. This was Skeid's seventh Norwegian Cup.
Lyn won the Norwegian Cup after beating Rosenborg 4–1 on 29 October 1967. The goal scorers for Lyn were Ola Dybwad-Olsen, who scored in the 10th minute, Harald Berg, who scored in the 25th and 42nd minutes, and Knut Berg, who scored in the 52nd minute. For Rosenborg, Odd Iversen, scored in the 34th minute.
Strømsgodset won the Norwegian Cup after beating Lyn 4–2 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.
Strømsgodset won the Norwegian Cup by beating Rosenborg 1–0 on 21 October. The goal scorer for Strømsgodset was Steinar Pettersen who scored a penalty in the 78th minute. Rosenborg's Odd Iversen was sent off in the 90th minute.
23 209 spectators watched the game at Ullevål stadion in Oslo. The referee was Svein-Inge Thime. This was the third time Strømsgodset won the Norwegian Cup.
Brann won the Norwegian Cup by beating Sogndal 2–1 on 24 October. The goal scorers for Brann were Steinar Aase, who scored in the 66th minute, and Bjørn Tronstad, who scored in the 87th minute. For Sogndal, Knut Christiansen scored in the 80th minute.
17 700 spectators attended the game at Ullevål stadion in Oslo. The referee was Odd Johannessen. This was the fourth time Brann won the Norwegian Cup.
Lillestrøm won the Norwegian Cup by beating Brann 2–1 on 22 October 1978. The goal scorer for Lillestrøm was Vidar Hansen, who scored in the 74th and 76th minute. For Brann, Steinar Aase scored the first goal of the game in the 20th minute.
Brann won the Norwegian Cup after beating Molde 3–2 on 24 October. The goal scorers were Geir Austvik after 17 minutes, Ingvar Dalhaug after 42 minutes and Neil MacLeod after 58 minutes. For Molde, Rune Ulvestad scored in the 21st minute, and Steinar Henden scored in the 37th minute. Øyvind Pettersen was sent off for Brann in the 88th minute. 24,000 spectators watched the match at Ullevål stadion in Oslo. The referee was Torbjørn Aass. This was Brann's fifth Norwegian Cup.
Bryne won the Norwegian Cup after beating Brann 1-0. The goal scorer for Bryne was Kolbjørn Ekker, who scored in the 104th minute. Knut Arild Løberg of Brann got the only yellow card. 23080 spectators attended the game at Ullevaal Stadion. This was the first Norwegian Cup in Bryne's history. Bjarne Berntsen captained Bryne to the victory against Brann. Before the match, he said: "I hope the best team win... against Brann!" Kjell Nordby of Rygge was the referee.
The Norwegian Football Cup 1988 was won by Rosenborg after they beat Brann in the cup final. It took a replay to decide the winner.
The 1992 Norwegian Football Cup was the 87th edition of the Norwegian Football Cup. The 1992 Norwegian Football Cup was won by Rosenborg after they defeated Lillestrøm in the final on 25 October 1992.
The 1994 Norwegian Football Cup was the 89th edition of the Norwegian Football Cup. The 1994 Norwegian Football Cup 1994 was won by Molde after they defeated Lyn in the final with the score 3–2. Both teams played in the 1. divisjon at the time.
Mesterfinalen, also known as UNICEF Mesterfinalen due to its cooperation with UNICEF, is a Norwegian association football competition contested between the champions of the previous Eliteserien season and the holders of the Norwegian Football Cup. If the same team is both reigning League and Cup champions, the silver medalist from the league provide the opposition. The competition was founded in 2009, then known as Superfinalen. Superfinalen was not arranged between 2011 and 2016 before it was rebranded and again arranged in 2017. The fixture is a recognised competitive football super cup.
Molde Fotballklubb is a football club from Molde, Norway. It was established in 1911 as International by a group of people gathered by Klaus Daae Andersen. After permission was granted, it took the current name and joined the league system in 1928. Until 1937, Molde played in regional leagues, after numerous promotions and relegations. Since 1930, the team has played in the Norwegian Football Cup. In 1939, the club joined the third season of the League of Norway, the top division, but the break-out of the World War II caused a halt to all organized sports and thus this season was never completed.
The 1972 season was the 67th season of competitive football in Norway.
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