1988 Norwegian Football Cup

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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.

Final

First final

Rosenborg 2–2 (a.e.t.) Brann
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Odd Johnsen Soccerball shade.svg 87'
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Ullevaal Stadion , Oslo
Attendance: 23 500
Referee: Bjørn Kronborg (Faaberg)

Brann's squad: Bjarni Sigurðsson, Henrik Biørnstad, Redouane Drici, Jan Halvor Halvorsen, Lars Moldestad, Trond Nordeide, Per Egil Ahlsen, Arne Møller, Per Hilmar Nybø, (Halvor Storskogen 115), Odd Johnsen, (Geir Solheim 118) and Atle Torvanger.

Rosenborg's team: Ola By Rise, Karl Petter Løken, Trond Sollied, Geir Olav Bøgseth, Trond Børge Henriksen, (Jan Hansen 7), Kåre Ingebrigtsen, Sverre Brandhaug, Ørjan Berg, Per Joar Hansen, Bård Wiggen 73), Gøran Sørloth and Mini Jakobsen.

Replay

Rosenborg 2–0 Brann
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Ullevaal Stadion
Attendance: 23 700
Referee: Thorodd Presberg (Strømsgodset)

Rosenborg's winning team: Ola By Rise, (Arne Linn 89), Trond Henriksen, Trond Sollied, Bård Wiggen, Jan Hansen, Kåre Ingebrigtsen, Sverre Brandhaug, Ørjan Berg, Karl Petter Løken, Gøran Sørloth, Jahn Ivar Jakobsen, Knut Thorbjørn Eggen and Trond Sundby.

Brann's team: Bjarni Sigurðsson, Henrik Biørnstad, Redouane Drici, Jan Halvor Halvorsen, (Jan Erlend Kruse 46), Lars Moldestad, Trond Nordeide, Arne Møller, Per Egil Ahlsen, Atle Torvanger, Per Hilmar Nybø, (Geir Solheim (63 Odd Johnsen.

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