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1981 Norwegian Football Cup

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1981 Norwegian Football Cup

Lillestrøm won the Norwegian Cup after beating Moss 3-1 on 25 October. The goal scorers for Lillestrøm were André Krogsæter in the 16th minute, Tom Lund in the 32nd minute (penalty), and Gunnar Lønstad in the 49th minute. For Moss, Stein Kollshaugen scored in the 89th minute. This was the third time Lillestrøm won a Norwegian Cup. 22 895 spectators attended the game at Ullevål Stadion. The referee was Jan Erik Olsen.

Lillestrøm's winning team: Arne Amundsen, Erik Solér, Frank Grønlund, Tore Kordahl, Tor Inge Smedås, Bård Bjerkeland, Ole Dyrstad, Tom Lund, Gunnar Lønstad, André Krogsæter and Roger Sjåstad, (Subs: Jon Erik Andersen, Thor Helge Bergan, Stein Eilertsen and Arne Dokken.)

Lillestrøm's route to the final

Round Date Home team Away team Result
1st round 28 May Lørenskog IF Lillestrøm 0 - 2
2nd round 24 June Lillestrøm SK Snøgg 5-0
3rd round 9 July Strømmen IF Lillestrøm 0-2
4th round 5 August Lillestrøm Rosenborg 4-2 e.e.t.
5th round 30 August Bryne FK Lillestrøm 0-1
Semifinal 20 September Vålerenga Lillestrøm 0-2
Final 25 October Lillestrøm Moss 3-1
LSK's Norwegian Cups
1977 •1978 •1981 •1985

References

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