1982 Norwegian Football Cup

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Brann won the Norwegian Cup after beating Molde 32 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.

Brann's winning team: Stein Norstad, Hans Brandtun, Bjørn Erik Brandt, Tore Strand, Asgeir Kleppa, Geir Austvik, Kjell Rune Pedersen (Terje Rolland 83), Arne Møller, Neil MacLeod, Ingvar Dalhaug (Øyvind Pettersen 64) and Finn Krogh.

Molde's team: Inge Bratteteig, Tor M. Hagbø, Bertil Stranden, Ulrich Møller, Per Arne Aase, Geir Malmedal, Rune Ulvestad, Ivar Helge Mittet, Stein Olav Hestad, Jan Berg and Steinar Henden.

Brann's route to the final

Home teamAway teamResult
VossBrann0-3
BrannFana7-1
HaugarBrann0-1
Bodø GlimtBrann1-4
BrannMjøndalen4-2
Brann Moss3-1 eet

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