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Harald Berg
Norwegian footballer and manager

Harald Berg

Harald Berg
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Intro Norwegian footballer and manager
Is Sports official Athlete Football player Association football player Association football manager
From Norway
Field Sports
Gender male
Birth 9 November 1941, Bodø
Age 80 years
Star sign Scorpio
Children: Runar BergØrjan BergArild BergTerje Berg
Harald Berg
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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, the father of Ørjan Berg, Runar Berg and Arild Berg, and grandfather of Patrick Berg (son of Ørjan) – all of whom have played in the Norwegian Premier League.

Club career

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.

In the early 70s Berg played at FC Den Haag in the Netherlands for three seasons.

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.

International career

He made his debut for Norway in 1964 and went on to collect 43 caps, scoring 12 goals. His last international match was in 1974.


  • Norwegian Premier League:
    • Winner (1): 1968
  • Norwegian Football Cup:
    • Winner (3): 1967, 1968 and 1975
  • Norwegian top scorer:
    • Winner (1): 1965

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