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Aalborg Boldspilklub A/S
Traded as Nasdaq CopenhagenAaB
Founded July 1, 1987
Headquarters Aalborg, Denmark
Key people
Lynge Jacobsen
Finn V. Nielsen
Products Sports, conference, education, sportswear
Revenue 251,853,000 DKK (2008)
31,081,000 DKK (2008)
Number of employees
129 (2008)
Website http://www.aabsport.dk/

Aalborg Boldspilklub A/S (also AaB A/S) is a Danish sports corporation based in Aalborg Denmark. Founded July 1, 1987, AaB A/S is most noted for ownership of the professional football (soccer) team AaB Fodbold. Other holdings has until included professional handball and hockey teams, a retail sports chain, a conference and sports center and a sports college but all of these activities has been closed or sold off due to financial problems.[1] The company's stock is traded on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange as AaB.


AaB A/S is headed by director Lynge Jacobsen and seven board members with Finn V. Nielsen as chairman of the board. Each department has its own division director.

Share holders[edit]

At December 31, 2008 Aalborg Boldspilklub A/S had about 9,600 shareholders. Two companies owned more than 5%. They are Nordjyske Holding A/S [2] with 19.8% and Sebc Holding ApS with 5.3%.[3]


  1. ^ *Bentow, David (29 March 2010). "Rædselsregnskab tvinger AaB til nysalg af aktier" [Horrible Accounting Forces Aab to sell New Shares]. Berlingske Tidende (in Danish). 
  2. ^ Which is the company behind Nordjyske Medier (a local media group)
  3. ^ Aalborg Boldspilklub A/S, Årsrapport 2008 (Annual report 2008) Archived September 17, 2010, at the Wayback Machine.

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