1987 Norwegian Football Cup

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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.

Bryne FK association football club

Bryne Fotballklubb is a Norwegian football club from the town of Bryne, founded in 1926. In 2016, the team was relegated from 1. divisjon, Norwegian football's second highest division, to 2. divisjon.

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.

Ullevaal Stadion Sports ground in Oslo, Norway

Ullevaal Stadion is an all-seater football stadium located in Oslo, Norway. It is the home ground of the Norway national football team, and the site of the Norwegian Cup Final. From its opening in 1926 to 2009 it was the home ground of FK Lyn and from 1999 to 2017 was a home ground of Vålerenga IF. With a capacity of approximately 28,000, it is the largest football stadium in Norway. The national stadium is fully owned by the Football Association of Norway (NFF).

Bryne's winning team: Lars Gaute Bø, Kolbjørn Ekker, Bjørn Gulden (Geir Giljarhus 100), Leif Rune Salte, Roar Pedersen, Hugo Hansen, Tor Fosse, Paal Fjeldstad, Arne Larsen Økland, Børre Meinseth, Jan Madsen and (Paul Folkvord 115).

Roar Pedersen was a Norwegian ice hockey player, born in Drammen, Norway. He played for the Norwegian national ice hockey team, and participated at the Winter Olympics in 1952, where the Norwegian team placed 9th.

Hugo Hansen is a former Norwegian international footballer, who played for Bryne, Molde and Rosenborg during his professional career. Hansen won the Norwegian Cup with Bryne in 1987, and was capped 14 times for Norway. He is the father of Cato Hansen and Hege Hansen.

Arne Larsen Økland Norwegian footballer and manager

Arne Larsen Økland is a former Norwegian footballer who played as a striker for Vard Haugesund, Bryne, Bayer Leverkusen and Racing Club de Paris. He was capped 54 times for Norway, scoring 13 goals and he is regarded as one of the best Norwegian players of his generation. He later coached Bryne and Viking.

Brann's team: Bjarni Sigurdsson, Hans Brandtun, Per Egil Ahlsen, Jan Halvor Halvorsen, Redouane Drici (Per Hilmar Nybø 91), Erik Solér, Arne Møller, Lars Moldestad (Knut Arild Løberg 64), Odd Johnsen, Halvor Storskogen and Trond Nordeide.

Per Egil Ahlsen is a former Norwegian football player. Ahlsen started as a midfielder, but was later re-educated as a forward defender. He was known for his long-shots.

Jan Halvor Halvorsen is a former Norwegian football player and manager.

Redouane Drici is an Algerian former football defender. He played 5 seasons for the Norwegian club Brann, where he played two Norwegian Cup finals, but lost both. Drici was capped six times for Algeria.

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