1992 in Denmark
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Events from the year 1992 in Denmark.
- 30 May - The Danish national football team are entered into the European Championships in Sweden as Yugoslavia, who beat them to qualification six months ago, are banned from the competition due to United Nations sanctions resulting from the nation's political problems.
- 11 June - Denmark's Euro 92 campaign begins with a goalless draw against England in Malmö.
- 14 June - Denmark's Euro 92 dream is thrown into doubt when they lose 1-0 to the host nation in Solna.
- 17 June - Denmark beat France 2-1 in their final group game (with goals from Henrik Larsen and Lars Elstrup) in Malmö, and reach the semi finals thanks to England's 2-1 defeat by Sweden.
- 21 June 21–22 - A European Council was held in Bella Center, Copenhagen leading to the formulation of the Copenhagen Criteria.
- 26 June - Denmark win the Euro 92 final with a 2-0 win over Germany in Stockholm. It is Denmark's first major international trophy.
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- Lars von Trier and Peter Aalbæk Jensen founds Zentropa.
- May – Bille August's film The Best Intentions wins the Palme d'Or at the 45th Cannes Film Festival.
- 25 July – 9 August — Denmark at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona: 1 gold medal, 1 silver medal and 4 bronze medals.
- 10 –26 June — Denmark participates at UEFA Euro 1992.
- 22 June - Henrik Larsen scores twice as Denmark draw 2-2 with Holland in the Euro 92 semi-final in Gothenburg, and a victory in the penalty shoot-out takes them to the final.
- 26 June - Denmark becomes European football champions at UEFA Euro 1992, winning the final 2-0 against Germany. The goals come from John Jensen and Kim Vilfort.
- March — Rolf Sørensen wins the Tirreno–Adriatico cycle race in Italy.
- September — Rolf Sørensen wins the Paris–Brussels road cycling race.
- 12–18 April — With four gold medals, six silver medals and one bronze medal, Denmark finishes as the best nation at the 13th European Badminton Championships in Glasgow, Scotland.
- 4 September — Johnny Bredahl becomes super-featherweight boxing champions by defeating José Quirino in Copenhagen.
- 7 January – Mark Gundelach, footballer
- 25 January – Mikkel Cramer, footballer
- 28 January – Simone Egeriis, singer
- 14 February – Christian Eriksen, footballer
- 15 February – Nicolai Boilesen, footabller
- 18 February – Michael Jepsen Jensen, speedway rider
- 23 February – Markus Kilsgaard, alpine skier
- 22 March – Oğuzhan Aynaoğlu, footballer
- 26 March – Nina Agdal, model
- 14 April – Frederik Sørensen, footballer
- 3 July – Karen Barbat, tennis player
- 4 July – Anis Basim Moujahid, pop singer and songwriter
- 23 August – Mads Dittmer Hvilsom, footballer
- 16 September – Jonas Knudsen, footballer
- 5 October – Kevin Magnussen, racing driver
- 9 October – Martin Hoberg Hedegaard, singer
- 1 November – Mikkel Agger, footballer
- 6 December – Jeppe Andersen, footballer
- 18 December – Mikkel Mac, racing driver
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- Emma Klingenberg, orienteering competitor
- 6 January – Bent Christensen (director), film director (born 1929)
- 15 September – Mogens Koch, architect and designer (born 1898)