1973 Norwegian Football Cup

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Strømsgodset won the Norwegian Cup by beating Rosenborg 10 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.

Strømsgodset IF is a Norwegian multi-sports club from Gulskogen in Drammen. It has sections for association football, handball and bandy, but is best known for the top-level football section known as Strømsgodset Toppfotball, which plays in Tippeligaen, the Norwegian top flight.

Rosenborg BK Norwegian football club

Rosenborg Ballklub, commonly referred to simply as Rosenborg or RBK, is a Norwegian professional football club from Trondheim that plays in the Eliteserien. The club have won a record 26 league titles, twelve Norwegian Football Cup titles and have played more UEFA matches than any other Norwegian team. RBK play their home games at the all-seater Lerkendal Stadion which has a capacity of 21,421. Eirik Horneland was appointed head coach in January 2019.

Steinar Pettersen is a former football and bandy international from Norway. He played for Strømsgodset IF from 1962 to 1975. 282 matches, scoring 234 goals in football, he played even more and scored likewise for the bandy team. He won 6 caps in football and 25 in bandy. He won a silver medal with Norway in the 1965 Bandy World Championship in Moscow.

Strømsgodset's winning squad: Inge Thun, Per Rune Wøllner, Johnny Vidar Pedersen, Tor Alsaker-Nøstdahl, Svein Dahl Andersen, Odd Arild Amundsen, Finn Aksel Olsen, Bjørn Odmar Andersen, Thorodd Presberg, Steinar Pettersen, Ingar Pettersen, Bjørn Erik Halvorsen, Helge Widemann Karlsen and Runar Larsen.

Inge Thun was a Norwegian football goalkeeper and bandy winger who played for Strømsgodset IF in both sports. He finished his football career with a few seasons across the river at Drammens Ballklubb.

Bjørn Odmar Andersen was a Norwegian footballer who played for Ørn-Horten, Brann and Strømsgodset. His position on the pitch was winger. Born in Horten, Andersen joined Brann in 1963, while serving his military service at the Haakonsvern naval base near Bergen, and was part of the Brann team that won the Norwegian league title in 1963. Andersen spent two seasons at Brann, and later joined Strømsgodset where he won a second League title in 1970, as well as the Norwegian Cup in 1969, 1970 and 1973. He also won 10 caps for Norway. He managed Strømsgodset IF in 1985.

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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