FC Fyn

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FC Fyn
FC FYN.png
Full name Football Club Fyn
Short name FCF
Founded 1 January 2006
Dissolved 31 January 2013
Ground Odense Stadion,
Odense

FC Fyn was a Danish football club from Odense on Funen. The club was founded in 2006 and its first appearance was in the 2006-07 season.

FC Fyn played their home matches at Odense Atletikstadion, which is the current home ground of B 1909 and B 1913. The first manager was former Zambia national coach Roald Poulsen. Poulsen resigned for personal reasons in the end of 2007 and was replaced by Viggo Jensen.[1]

The team's home shirt was half red and half blue, while the away shirt was yellow.

The club was declared bankrupt on 31 January 2013.[2]

Mother clubs[edit]

The club was a merger between three clubs from the Danish 2nd Division West, which were:

Following the dissolving of the club, the three mother clubs were reestablished in the lower leagues.[3][4]

Club statistics[edit]

Season Competition Position Played Won Drawn Lost Score Points
2012–13 1. Div 12th 33 2 8 23 26-84 11
2011–12 2. Div 1st 30 23 3 4 71-21 72
2010-11 1. Div 15th 30 6 8 16 45-60 26
2009-10 1. Div 8th 30 12 6 12 41-52 42
2008-09 2. Div 1st 30 19 7 4 75-32 64
2007-08 2. Div 3rd 30 19 6 5 60-31 63
2006-07 2. Div 3rd 26 15 4 7 68-51 49

All time league records[edit]

Competition Seasons Played Won Drawn Lost Score Points
1 Div 3 93 20 22 51 112-196 79
2 Div 4 116 76 20 20 274-135 248

References[edit]

  1. ^ Viggo Jensen ny cheftræner i FC Fyn, bold.dk 20 December 2007
  2. ^ FC Fyn giver op, bold.dk 31 January 2013
  3. ^ B1913, B1909 og Dalum: Slut med FC Fyn, bold.dk 6 February 2013
  4. ^ B1909 slipper for øksen, Fyens Stifttidende, 20 March 2013

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