|Full name||Harald Johan Berg|
|Date of birth||9 November 1941|
|Place of birth||Bodø, Norway|
|1970–1974||FC Den Haag||129||(48)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Harald Johan «Dutte» Berg (born 9 November 1941 in Bodø) is a former Norwegian playmaker and midfielder, nickname "Dutte". He is the brother of Knut Berg and father of Runar Berg, Ørjan Berg and Arild Berg all top players in the Norwegian Premier League.
Berg was a significant player for Bodø/Glimt in the late 50s, early 60s and 70s, and Lyn in the 60s. Helping Lyn winning the league in 1968 and Bodø/Glimt winning the cup final in 1975. In 1969 Lyn and Berg got to the quarter-finale in the European Cup Winners' Cup losing 2–3 and 2–2 to the Spanish giant F.C. Barcelona, it sticks to the story that Lyn had to play both matches in Spain due to the harsh weather conditions in Norway at winter.
Harald Berg returned to his mother club in 1974. Back in his home town Bodø, Berg had a Diego Armando Maradona role on the pitch. Bergs decisive contribution as a playmaker made Bodø/Glimt a top Norwegian club in the mid-70's. He played his last Norwegian Premier League match in 1980 the year Bodø/Glimt was relegated. Berg played another season for Bodø/Glimt, then retiring after the 1981 season, at the age of 40. In 1983, he briefly managed the team.
- Norwegian Premier League:
- Winner (1): 1968
- Norwegian Football Cup:
- Norwegian top scorer:
- Winner (1): 1965