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| 19 Nov ||Stroemsgodset || - ||Brann|| || Marienlyst Stadion|
| 26 Nov ||Brann || - ||Tromso|| || Brann Stadion|
| 05 Nov ||Brann ||2 - 0 ||Lillestroem|| || Brann Stadion|
| 28 Oct ||FK Haugesund ||2 - 3 ||Brann|| || Haugesund Stadion|
| 22 Oct ||Brann ||0 - 3 ||Rosenborg|| || Brann Stadion|
| 15 Oct ||Molde ||1 - 0 ||Brann|| || Aker Stadion|
| 29 Sep ||Brann ||0 - 4 ||Kristiansund BK|| || Brann Stadion|
SK Brann (most often called Brann or SK Brann Bergen in international contexts) is a Norwegian football club, founded 26 September 1908, from Bergen. Brann has been in the Norwegian Premier League Tippeligaen since 1987 but was relegated at the end of the 2014 season. They play their home matches at Brann Stadion where they had a record-breaking 17,310 in average attendance in the 2007 season. In October 2007, Brann won the series for the first time since the 1963 season.Team MembersStadium or Home
As the biggest club in Norway's second-largest city Bergen, Brann is historically one of the major clubs in Norway in terms of public interest, and hence there are high expectations for the club every season. Brann won their first Norwegian Premier League titles in 1961–62 and 1963, but after this Brann was involved in the race for the league title only in seasons 1974–76, 1990 and 2006. In 2007, they reclaimed the league title and thus ended an 44-year-long waiting period.
Despite the limited success, the club has never failed to spark considerable interest from the Norwegian media and keeping an epidemics of football hysteria continuously running in Bergen. Moreover, Brann have regularly been winners and runners-up of the Norwegian Cup. The club reached the quarter-finals of the Cup Winners' Cup in the 1996–97 season.
Brann Stadion is a football stadium in Bergen, Norway. It was constructed in 1919, and has been the home of the football club Brann ever since. The stadium lies 3 km (1.9 mi) south of the centre of the city, at the foot of Mount Ulriken.
The record attendance dates from 1 October 1961, when Brann hosted Fredrikstad in the cup semi-final, in front of 24,800 spectators. Though its league attendance record is 23,900, from 1978, when they hosted Lillestrøm. Brann Stadion has, per. 2009, a capacity of 17,317. A redevelopment project was underway, aimed at increasing the capacity to over 20,000, but it has been put on hold. Brann Stadion has the third largest attendance capacity in Norway.
Brann Stadion was owned jointly by Brann (49%) and Stor-Bergen Boligbyggelag (51%). However, in an act of local-patrioism the Stor-Bergen Boligbyggelag sold its shares to Brann for the same sum they bought the shares for, despite the added value of the stadium as a result of the still ongoing reconstruction (December 2006). Fanart