1998 Norwegian Football Cup Final

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1998 Norwegian Football Cup Final
Event 1998 Norwegian Football Cup
After extra time
Date1 November 1998
Venue Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo
Referee Rune Pedersen
Attendance23,251 [1]
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The 1998 Norwegian Football Cup Final was the final match of the 1998 Norwegian Football Cup, the 93rd season of the Norwegian Football Cup, the premier Norwegian football cup competition organized by the Football Association of Norway (NFF). The match was played on 1 November 1998 at the Ullevaal Stadion in Oslo, and opposed two Tippeligaen sides Stabæk and Rosenborg. Stabæk defeated Rosenborg 3–1 after extra time to claim the Norwegian Cup for a first time in their history. [1]

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Match

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Stabæk 31 (a.e.t.) Rosenborg
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Finstad Soccerball shade.svg 98'
Report Rushfeldt Soccerball shade.svg 65' (pen.)
Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo
Attendance: 23,251
Referee: Rune Pedersen (Sprint-Jeløy)
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Stabæk
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Rosenborg
Stabæk:
GK Flag of Norway.svg Frode Olsen
DF Flag of Norway.svg André Flem Yellow card.svg 104'
DF Flag of Norway.svg Inge André Olsen Sub off.svg 116'
DF Flag of Norway.svg John Arvid Skistad
DF Flag of Norway.svg Christian Holter
MF Flag of Sweden.svg Jesper Jansson Yellow card.svg 83'
MF Flag of Norway.svg Martin Andresen
MF Flag of Norway.svg Tommy Svindal Larsen Sub off.svg 119'
MF Flag of Norway.svg Tommy Stenersen Yellow card.svg 49'Sub off.svg 91'
FW Flag of Norway.svg Petter Belsvik
FW Flag of Iceland.svg Helgi Sigurðsson
Substitutions:
DF Flag of Sweden.svg Niclas Svensson Sub on.svg 116'
MF Flag of Norway.svg Andreas HaugerSub on.svg 119'
MF Flag of Ghana.svg Richard Ackon
MF Flag of Norway.svg Axel Kolle
FW Flag of Norway.svg Thomas Finstad Sub on.svg 91'
Coach:
Flag of Sweden.svg Anders Linderoth
Rosenborg:
GK Flag of Norway.svg Jørn Jamtfall
DF Flag of Norway.svg Erik Hoftun
DF Flag of Norway.svg Christer Basma Yellow card.svg 20'
DF Flag of Norway.svg Bjørn Otto Bragstad
DF Flag of Norway.svg André Bergdølmo
MF Flag of Norway.svg Roar Strand Sub off.svg 82'
MF Flag of Norway.svg Bent Skammelsrud
MF Flag of Norway.svg Runar Berg
FW Flag of Norway.svg Børge HernesSub off.svg 60'
FW Flag of Norway.svg Sigurd Rushfeldt
FW Flag of Norway.svg Mini Jakobsen Sub off.svg 102'
Substitutions:
MF Flag of Norway.svg Fredrik Winsnes Sub on.svg 82'
MF Flag of Norway.svg Jan-Derek Sørensen Sub on.svg 102'
FW Flag of Norway.svg Tore André Dahlum Sub on.svg 60'
Coach:
Flag of Norway.svg Trond Sollied

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References

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