Randers Sportsklub Freja

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Randers Freja
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Full name Randers Sportsklub Freja
Nickname(s) Freja
Founded 1898
(Year of foundation)
Ground Essex Park Randers,
Randers
Ground Capacity 12000
Chairman Lars Willemoes Knudsen
Manager Michael Winter
League Danish 2nd Division

Randers Sportsklub Freja (often abbreviated Randers Freja) is a Danish multi-sport club fielding teams in athletics, handball, table tennis and football.

History[edit]

Randers Freja was founded in 1898, and was accepted to JBU in 1907.[1]

The football department went by the name Randers Freja FC in a period during the late 1990s. In 2003, the department merged with five other local football clubs and formed Randers FC. The club's football department still exist, but is now considered the reserve team for Randers FC.

In 2003 the club went into a merger, and is one of the 6 founding clubs to Randers FC.[2]

The handball department became part of Randers HK in 1996.

Colours[edit]

Randers Freja's colour is light blue as Randers FC's reserves, however original club colours are white and blue.

Stadium[edit]

Randers Freja plays their home matches on Essex Park Randers.

Current squad[edit]

As of 20 May 2010

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
26 Denmark DF Jonas Westmark
27 Denmark NA Gian Rasmussen
29 Denmark DF Simon Kornø
33 Denmark MF Mathias Bersang Sørensen
37 Denmark DF Esben Sørensen
38 Denmark MF Jacob Lind
No. Position Player
39 Denmark MF Mikkel Cramer
42 Denmark FW Luca Imperatore Sørensen
44 Denmark NA Gökhan Tokay
45 Denmark FW Mikkel Nygaard
46 Denmark NA Rasmus Værum
16 Denmark NA Michael Carlsen

Full squad is available with selection of Randers FC players.

Achievements[edit]

Notable former players[edit]

  • Listed according to when they debuted for Randers Freja (year or decade in parentheses):
  • Preben "Busser" Nielsen (50s)
  • Jens Peter Reggelsen (50s)
  • René Møller (60s)
  • Poul Bilde (60s)
  • Carsten Brandenborg (70s)
  • Leif Raaby (70s)
  • Jørgen Rasmussen (70s)
  • Helge Vonsyld (70s)
  • Erik Sørensen (70s)
  • Steen Danielsen (70s)
  • Per Røntved (1979)
  • Lars Elstrup (1981)
  • Morten Bisgaard (1991)
  • Jesper Thygesen (youth)
  • Thomas Gaardsøe (youth)
  • Michael Gravgaard (1996)

External links[edit]

Notes[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.jyskfodboldhistorie.dk/klub.asp?side=klubside0&klubnr=603531 (in Danish)
  2. ^ http://www.randersfc.dk/index.php?afd=1&side=2296 (in Danish)