1996 Norwegian Football Cup

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The 1996 Norwegian Football Cup was won by Tromsø after they beat Bodø/Glimt in the cup final. This was the first time two teams from Nord-Norge had met in the final.

Final[edit]

27 October 1996
Tromsø 2–1 (0–0) Bodø/Glimt
Ole Martin Årst Goal 79'
Sigurd Rushfeldt Goal 90'
Runar Berg Goal 55'
Ullevaal Stadion
Attendance: 22 683
Referee: Terje Hauge (Lyngbø)

Tromsø's winning team: Tor Andre Grenersen, Jonny Hanssen, (Bjørn Ludvigsen 76), Arne Vidar Moen, Steinar Nilsen, (Stian Larsen 46), Morten Kræmer, Robin Berntsen, Bjørn Johansen, Per Egil Swift, Thomas Hafstad, Sigurd Rushfeldt, Ole Martin Årst, Roar Christensen, Stein Berg Johansen and Ole Andreas Nilsen.

Bodø/Glimt's team: Rohnny Westad, Ola Haldorsen, Bent Inge Johnsen, Cato André Hansen, Andreas Evjen, Runar Berg, Ørjan Berg, Thor Mikalsen, Aasmund Bjørkan, Stig Johansen, Jan Derek Sørensen and (Terje Ellingsen 77).

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