1976 Norwegian Football Cup

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Brann won the Norwegian Cup by beating Sogndal 21 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.

SK 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.

Sogndal Fotball Sogndal ILs association football section

Sogndal Fotball is the association football section of Norwegian sports club Sogndal IL from Sogndal in Sogn og Fjordane. The club was founded in 1926.

Steinar Aase is a retired Norwegian footballer who played for Brann and Start as a forward. He was capped six times by Norway at international level and scored 81 goals in 211 appearances at the highest level of Norwegian football.

Brann's winning squad: Jan Knudsen, Tore Nordtvedt, Helge Karlsen, Atle Bilsback, Per Egil Pedersen, Ingvald Huseklepp (Rune Pedersen 84), Atle Hellesø (Frode Larsen 46), Neil MacLeod, Egil Austbø, Steinar Aase and Bjørn Tronstad.

Tore Nordtvedt is a retired Norwegian football player. Nordtvedt played his entire 16-year career at SK Brann.

Helge Karlsen is a former Norwegian football player, who played for SK Brann in the Norwegian Premier League from 1967 to 1979. He played 237 games totally for Brann, and 180 of them was in the league. In 1972 and 1976 he won the Norwegian Football Cup with Brann. He was immortalized in the famous SK Brann song "Vi è de beste" by Ove Thue in which he has his own verse.

Johan Ingvald Huseklepp is a former Norwegian footballer who played four seasons for SK Brann. He won the Norwegian Football Cup with Brann in 1976 and was losing finalist in 1978.

Sogndal played in the third division at this time.

Brann's route to the final

Home teamAway teamResult
Brann Stord 3-0
Florvåg Brann 0-6
Brann Fana 4-1
Aalesund Brann 2-4
Brann Bodø Glimt 1-0
Brann Odd 3-0

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