2006 Norwegian Football Cup Final

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The 2006 Norwegian Football Cup Final took place at Ullevaal Stadion in Oslo on November 12. Fredrikstad were in their 18th final (11 wins and 7 runner-ups), while Sandefjord were in their first final ever and had the chance to win the first trophy in the club's history.

Match details[edit]

November 30, 2010
Fredrikstad 3–0 Sandefjord
Ramberg 5' Goal
Piiroja 37' Goal
Piiroja 43' Goal


Fredrikstad FK:
GK 1 Sweden Rami Shaaban
DF 2 Norway Pål Andre Czwartek (- 86')
DF 9 Estonia Raio Piiroja
DF 3 Sweden Patrik Gerrbrand
DF 23 Norway John Anders Bjørkøy (C)
MF 15 Norway Hans Erik Ramberg
MF 18 Norway Christian Berg
MF 7 Norway Simen Brenne
FW 14 Norway Raymond Kvisvik (- 88')
FW 21 Hungary Mihály Tóth
FW 13 Norway Tarik Elyounoussi (- 73')
Substitutions:
FW 26 Costa Rica Yherland MacDonald (+ 73')
DF 5 Norway Agim Shabani (+ 86')
FW 6 Norway Øyvind Hoås (+ 88')
Coach:
Norway Knut Thorbjørn Eggen
Sandefjord Fotball:
GK 12 Norway Espen Bugge Pettersen
DF 17 Norway Olav Zanetti
DF 24 Norway Fredrik Kjølner Booked 65'
DF 22 Norway Arnar Førsund (- 80')
DF 3 Norway Tom Kristoffersen (C) Booked 73'
MF 6 Sweden Mikael Andersson
MF 7 Norway Tommy Knarvik
MF 18 Norway Erik Mjelde (- 88')
MF 9 Norway Fredrik Thorsen (- 57')
FW 11 Sweden Andreas Tegström
FW 10 Brazil Adriano
Substitutions:
MF 16 Norway Samuel Isaksen (+ 57')
FW 23 United States Brian Waltrip (+ 80')
MF 14 Finland Tuomas Haapala (+ 88')
Coach:
Norway Tor Thodesen

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