1991 Norwegian Football Cup


1991 Norwegian Football Cup

Strømsgodset won the Norwegian Cup after beating Rosenborg 3–2 on 20 October. The goal scorers for Strømsgodset were Odd Johnsen, who scored after 14 and 28 minutes, and Trond Nordeide who scored in the 70th minute. For Rosenborg, Karl-Petter Løken scored in the 3rd minute, and Gøran Sørloth scored in the 70th minute
27 240 spectators attended the game, which was played at Ullevaal Stadion in Oslo. The referee was Roy Helge Olsen. This was Strømsgodset's fourth Norwegian Cup.

Strømsgodset's winning team: Frode Olsen, Vegard Hansen, Arne Gustavsen, Frode Johannessen, Arne Erlandsen, Jan Wendelborg, Robert Pedersen, Glenn Knutsen, Trond Nordeide, Geir Andersen, Halvor Storskogen, Odd Johnsen, Juro Kuvicek and Kenneth Nysæther.

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