2005 SK Brann season

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SK Brann
2005 season
Chairman Magne Revheim
Manager Mons Ivar Mjelde
Norwegian Premier League 6th
Norwegian Cup Quarter-finals
UEFA Cup First round
Royal League 2nd group stage
Top goalscorer Bengt Sæternes (9)
Highest home attendance 17,503 (vs Lillestrøm, 16 May 2005
Lowest home attendance 12,282 (vs Lyn, 29 May 2005

The 2005 season was SK Brann's 97th season as a club and their 19th consecutive season in the Norwegian Premier League. The year started with a 2-0 loss to Malmø in Royal League 2004-2005, and the Norwegian league opened with a win 2-0 home at Brann Stadion over Molde, in a match best remembered by Paul Scharners efforts for Brann even though his wife was expeckting a baby at any minute. Paul Scharner scored and was appointed Man of the match and got a daughter the day after. On October 29 Brann finished the season with a draw against Ham-Kam and finished 6th in the Premier League. After the season finished Scharner was named Player of the year. The Norwegian cup ended by being eliminated by Vålerenga at Ullevaal Stadion in the Quarter finals. After the season ended in October construction work started in The Clock End at Brann stadion, where a new stand was built during the winter.

Squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Norway GK Johan Thorbjørnsen
2 Norway DF Jan Tore Ophaug
3 Norway DF Ragnvald Soma
4 Norway DF Cato Guntveit (C)
5 Norway MF Martin Knudsen
6 Norway MF Helge Haugen
7 Scotland FW Robbie Winters
8 Norway MF Martin Andresen
9 Australia FW Dylan Macallister
10 Norway FW Bengt Sæternes
11 Norway FW Kristian Ystaas
12 Norway GK Håkon Opdal
13 Norway MF Erik Huseklepp
13 Norway MF Erlend Storesund
No. Position Player
14 Norway MF Arve Walde
15 Norway DF Erlend Hanstveit
16 Scotland MF Charlie Miller
17 Norway DF Christian Kalvenes
18 Iceland DF Ólafur Örn Bjarnason
19 Norway MF Tom Sanne
21 Iceland DF Kristján Örn Sigurðsson
22 Ghana MF Michael Helegbe
24 Norway GK Steffen Haraldsen
25 Austria MF Paul Scharner
27 Norway MF Raymond Kvisvik
28 Norway DF Fredrik Klock
29 Norway MF Nicolai Misje
30 Norway FW Thor Jørgen Spurkeland

Results[edit]

Date Host Agg. Visitor Ground Attendance Tournament
February 12 Malmö FF 2-0 (0-0) Brann Malmö Stadion, Malmö 3,896 Royal League
February 17 Brann 2-1 (2-0) Odense BK Vestlandshallen, Bergen 3,500 (cap.) Royal League
February 24 Halmstads BK 0-0 Brann Nya Ullevi, Göteborg 272 Royal League
March 10 IFK Göteborg 2-0 (1-0) Brann Nya Ullevi, Göteborg 4,072 Royal League
March 17 Brann 2-2 (2-0) Vålerenga Vestlandshallen, Bergen 3,200 (cap.) Royal League
April 11 Brann 2-0 (1-0) Molde FK Brann Stadion, Bergen 15,056 Tippeligaen
April 17 Vålerenga 2-1 (0-0) Brann Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo 15,447 Tippeligaen
April 25 Brann 0-0 Tromsø Brann Stadion, Bergen 14,664 Tippeligaen
April 28 Vålerenga 1-0 (1-0) Brann Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo 2,780 Royal League
May 2 Aalesunds FK 1-1 (0-1) Brann Color Line Stadium, Aalesund 10,600 Tippeligaen
May 5 Brann 2-3 (1-3) Bodø/Glimt Brann Stadion, Bergen 12,880 Tippeligaen
May 7 I.L. Gneist 0-5 (0-2) Brann Liland, Bergen 1,725 Norwegian Cup
May 9 Fredrikstad 2-3 (0-3) Brann Fredrikstad Stadion, Fredrikstad 8,860 Tippeligaen
May 16 Brann 0-1 (0-1) IFK Göteborg Brann Stadion, Bergen 1,813 Tippeligaen
May 16 Brann 6-2 Lillestrøm Brann Stadion, Bergen 17,503 (cap.) Tippeligaen
June 8 Radøy/Manger 1-3 (0-1) Brann Sletta idrettsplass, Radøy 1,700 Norwegian Cup
May 22 Start 3-2 (1-0) Brann Kristiansand Stadion, Kristiansand 10,962 Tippeligaen
May 29 Brann 3-0 (1-0) Lyn Brann Stadion, Bergen 12,282 Tippeligaen
June 13 Viking 0-0 Brann Viking Stadion, Stavanger 14,616 Tippeligaen
June 16 Løv-Ham 0-1 (0-1) Brann Prestegardsmoen Kunstgras, Voss 1,013 Norwegian Cup
June 19 Brann 4-1 (2-1) Rosenborg Brann Stadion, Bergen 17,359 Tippeligaen
June 26 Odd Grenland 0-0 Brann Odd Stadion, Skien 4,075 Tippeligaen
June 29 Brann 3-2 (1-1) Aalesunds FK Brann Stadion, Bergen 5,979 Norwegian Cup
July 3 Brann 2-0 (0-0) Ham-Kam Brann Stadion, Bergen 16,536 Tippeligaen
July 23 Molde 3-1 (2-0) Brann Aker Stadion, Molde 10,309 Tippeligaen
July 30 Brann 1-2 (1-1) Vålerenga Brann Stadion, Bergen 16,116 Tippeligaen
August 3 Tromsø 1-1 (0-1) Brann Alfheim Stadion, Tromsø 4,302 Tippeligaen
August 7 Brann 0-0 Aalesunds FK Brann Stadion, Bergen 14,115 Tippeligaen
August 11 Brann 0-0 AC Allianssi Brann Stadion, Bergen 2,597 UEFA Cup qualifying round
August 14 Bodø/Glimt 2-1 (1-0) Brann Aspmyra, Bodø 5,363 Tippeligaen
August 20 Vålerenga 2-1 (2-0) Brann Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo 16,848 Norwegian Cup
August 25 AC Allianssi 0-2 (0-0) Brann Pohjola Stadion, Vantaa 2,597 UEFA Cup qualifying round
August 29 Brann 4-0 (1-0) Fredrikstad Brann Stadion, Bergen 12,613 Tippeligaen
September 11 Lillestrøm 1-0 (1-0) Brann Åråsen Stadion, Lillestrøm 6,638 Tippeligaen
July 27 Brann 1-2 (1-0) Lokomotiv Moskva Brann Stadion, Bergen 5,111 UEFA Cup qualifying round
September 19 Brann 1-0 (0-0) Start Brann Stadion, Bergen 14,442 Tippeligaen
September 25 Lyn 1-0 (1-0) Brann Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo 5,723 Tippeligaen
September 15 Lokomotiv Moskva 3-2 (0-1) Brann Lokomotiv Stadium, Moscow 13,224 UEFA Cup qualifying round
October 10 Brann 2-1 (0-1) Viking Brann Stadion, Bergen 14,349 Tippeligaen
October 16 Rosenborg 4-1 (2-1) Brann Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim 19,21462 Tippeligaen
October 23 Brann 2-2 (1-1) Odd Grenland Brann Stadion, Bergen 15,420 Tippeligaen
October 29 Ham-Kam 1-1 (1-0) Brann Briskeby Gressbane, Hamar 6,141 Tippeligaen