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|Date of birth||13 June 1980|
|Place of birth||Ulsteinvik, Norway|
|Height||1.76 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 4 August 2017.
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 2 May 2012
Moldskred started his career in Hødd from Ulsteinvik, where he stayed until the 2001 season when he was sold to Moss. In 2002 Moss was promoted to the Norwegian Premier League where he played in 11 games, scoring one goal. Moss were relegated the same year.
Aalesund and Haugesund
After the 2002 season Moldskred was sold to Aalesund who had been promoted to the top-flight. He played in all games, scoring 4 goals in the process, but for the second time in a row, he suffered the experience of being relegated. In 2004, he had his finest season so far in his career, notching up 15 goals in 29 appearances in Adeccoligaen, helping Aalesund to another promotion. He only managed 1 goal in 24 games the following season, going through another relegation from the elite group of clubs.
Halfway through the 2006 season, Premier League side Tromsø picked him up on a three-year deal. His former coach at Aalesund, Ivar Morten Normark was coach at the time. After the injury he got while at Haugesund, it was expected that he was going to be out for the rest of the season, but amazingly he managed to make his debut on 30 July 2006. He only played three games before another injury definitely held him back for rest of the season.
After a difficult start at Tromsø I.L. with much time on the sideline and frequent injuries, Moldskred finally got his breakthrough and earned a place as forward in the regular starting line-up in the summer of 2007. After the departure of veteran and club-legend Ole Martin Årst in a mid-season transfer to Start. Moldskred finished the season in style and ended up the club top-scorer with 12 goals, including three in the final game of the season against the champions Brann.
Another injury set him back a bit during pre season in 2008, but after a slow start, he ended up scoring 10 goals in 21 games, helping Tromsø to a surprising bronze medal in the league.
On 31 January 2013 he signed with Tromsø IL.
Morten Moldskred made his international debut for Norway on 5 September 2009, when he was substituted in for Thorstein Helstad in the 2010 World Cup qualifier away to Iceland. His first international goal came in his fifth match, a friendly away to Slovakia, where he scored the lone goal securing Norway their fourth consecutive win, and sixth match in a row without a loss.
|1||3 March 2010||Stadium Pod Dubňom, Žilina||Slovakia||0–1||Win||Friendly|
- As of 4 August 2017
- Moldskred til Tromsø at NRK Retrieved 15 July 2007
- "Nå er Morten Moldskred dansk". adressa.no (in Norwegian). Adresseavisen. 26 January 2012. Retrieved 26 January 2012.
- (in Norwegian) Moldskred klar for landslaget Nordlys.no
- (in Norwegian) Moldskred avgjorde for Norge NRK.no
- "Mestvinnende spillere" (in Norwegian). Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved 2 November 2010.
- Morten Moldskred profile at til.no (in Norwegian)