1976 Norwegian Football Cup

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Brann won the Norwegian Cup by beating Sogndal 2–1 on the 24 October. The goal scorers for Brann were Steinar Aase, who scored in the 66th minute, and Bjørn Tronstad, who scored in the 87th minute. For Sogndal, Knut Christiansen scored in the 80th minute.
17 700 spectators attended the game at Ullevål stadion in Oslo. The referee was Odd Johannessen. This was the fourth time Brann won the Norwegian Cup.

Brann's winning squad: Jan Knudsen, Tore Nordtvedt, Helge Karlsen, Atle Bilsback, Per Egil Pedersen, Ingvald Huseklepp (Rune Pedersen 84), Atle Hellesø (Frode Larsen 46), Neil MacLeod, Egil Austbø, Steinar Aase and Bjørn Tronstad.

Sogndal played in the third division at this time.

Brann's route to the final[edit]

Home team Away team Result
Brann Stord 3-0
Florvåg Brann 0-6
Brann Fana 4-1
Aalesund Brann 2-4
Brann Bodø Glimt 1-0
Brann Odd 3-0

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