2005 Norwegian Football Cup Final
Get 2005 Norwegian Football Cup Final essential facts below. View Videos or join the 2005 Norwegian Football Cup Final discussion. Add 2005 Norwegian Football Cup Final to your PopFlock.com topic list for future reference or share this resource on social media.
2005 Norwegian Football Cup Final
2005 Norwegian Football Cup Final
Event2005 Norwegian Football Cup
After extra time
Date6 November 2005
VenueUllevaal Stadion, Oslo
RefereeBrage Sandmoen

The 2005 Norwegian Football Cup Final was the final match of the 2005 Norwegian Football Cup, the 100th 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 9 November 2003 at the Ullevaal Stadion in Oslo, and opposed two Tippeligaen sides Molde and Lillestrøm. Molde defeated Lillestrøm 4-2 after extra time to claim the Norwegian Cup for a ninth time in their history.[1]

Route to the final

Molde Round Lillestrøm
Dahle A 8-0 Round 1 Sander A 1-0
Kolstad A 2-1 Round 2 Strømmen A 3-1
Nybergsund H 3-2 Round 3 Moss H 5-3 aet
Bodø/Glimt A 2-1 Round 4 Viking A 2-0
Odd Grenland H 3-0 Quarterfinal Stabæk H 3-1
Hønefoss H 1-0 Semifinal Vålerenga H 2-0



Attendance: 25,182
GK 1 Norway Knut Dørum Lillebakk
DF 17 Norway Trond Strande Substituted off 85
DF 3 Sweden Marcus Andreasson
DF 33 Norway Petter Christian Singsaas
DF 5 Norway Øyvind Gjerde Substituted off 70
MF 10 Norway Stian Ohr
MF 11 Sweden Magnus Kihlberg Yellow card 89
MF 15 Norway Petter Rudi
MF 6 Norway Daniel Berg Hestad (C)
FW 26 Senegal Madiou Konate Substituted off 81
FW 9 Canada Rob Friend
MF 4 Finland Toni Kallio Substituted in 70
MF 14 Norway John Andreas Husøy Substituted in 81
DF 24 Slovenia Matej Mavri? Substituted in 85
Sweden Bo Johansson
GK 42 Germany Claus Reitmaier
DF 5 Sweden Christoffer Andersson 0 Substituted off 86
DF 23 Norway Pål Steffen Andresen
DF 13 Norway Frode Kippe (C)
DF 6 Norway Pål Strand
MF 12 Norway Bjørn Helge Riise
MF 7 Norway Espen Søgård Substituted off 70
MF 25 Tunisia Khaled Mouelhi
MF 10 Slovenia Robert Koren
FW 11 Sweden Magnus Powell Substituted off 109
FW 18 Norway Arild Sundgot
FW 19 Sweden Andreas Haddad Substituted in 70
DF 2 Norway Anders Rambekk Substituted in 86
DF ? Norway Magnus Myklebust Substituted in 109
Germany Uwe Rösler


  1. ^ a b "Cup final in Oslo, November 6". RSSSF.no. Retrieved 2016.

  This article uses material from the Wikipedia page available here. It is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0.



Music Scenes