Ajax Heroes

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Ajax Heroes
Full name Ajax København
Founded 1934
Arena Bavnehøj-Hallen
Capacity -
President -
Head coach Torben Nielsen (men)
John Larsen (women)
League 1st Division (both)
1st Division (both) 8th place (men)
3rd place (Women)
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Ajax Heroes, (or officially Ajax København) is a handball club based in northern Copenhagen, Denmark. The club is one of the most successful in the history of Danish handball, having won 9 Danish titles. Currently, Ajax Heroes competes in the men's Danish Handball League, and play their home matches in Bavnehøj-Hallen.

History[edit]

The club was founded as IF Ajax in 1934. During the following decades, the team took home 9 Danish championships, most recently in 1964.

Accomplishments Men[edit]

2014/15 Male Team[edit]

The squad for the 2014-15 season [1]

NR. NAME NATIONALITY
1 Christian Sloth Denmark
85 Jacob Krupsdahl Denmark
3 Kasper Ottesen Denmark
5 Ludvig Schimming Langberg Denmark
7 Frederik Vestergaard Denmark
8 Mads Bjørn Eriksen Denmark
9 Rasmus Tanderup Krogh Denmark
10 Morten Skou Denmark
11 Johann Karl Reynisson - Streg Iceland
14 Lasse Sinding-Jensen Denmark
17 Anders Hammervig Bendtsen Denmark
18 Kristian Lok Denmark
21 Stefan Bæth Denmark
22 Michael Riis Denmark
23 Jonathan Mollerup Denmark
24 Johan Meklenborg Denmark
26 Frederik Jensen (handball) Denmark
66 Casper Bilton Denmark

2014/15 Female Team[edit]

The squad for the 2014-15 season [2]

NR. NAME
3 Kristine Højbjerre
4 Nicoline Moos
5 Julie Møller
6 Cathrine Sylvestersen
7 Andrea Næss
8 Christina Johansen
9 Simone Monsrud Pedersen
10 Maiken Dufour
Charlotte Vinsløv
12 Pernille Kristensen
13 Szilvia Lazar
15 Sabine Serwin
16 Louise Pettersson
17 Stine Krag-Nielsen
18 Stine Frandsen
20 Mathilde Storgaard
21 Mie Vinter
22 Cecilie Johansen
24 Louise Krøyer
25 Christina Wildbork
70 Regitze Madsen
93 Kristina Loncar
21 Mie Vinter
21 Mie Vinter

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