List of Boldklubben Frem seasons

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Frem's last Danish championship winning squad in the 1943-44 season. Standing, l-r: Axel Rasmussen (masseur), Svend Frederiksen, Johannes Pløger, Kaj Christiansen, Leo Nielsen, John Hansen, Walther Christensen, and Pauli Jørgensen (coach) Sitting, l-r: Helmuth Søbirk, Hans Colberg, Egon Sørensen (goalkeeper), Leo Christiansen, Erling Sørensen, and Knud Larsen.

Season by season results for Boldklubben Frem.

Domestic results[edit]

1880s[edit]

Season Tier Division Position Playoff Significant Events Cup[1] Top scorer[2]
1889-90 I Football Tournament[3] 5th N/A

1890s[edit]

Season Tier Division Position Playoff Significant Events Cup[1] Top scorer[2]
1890-91 I Football Tournament 4th N/A
1891-92 I Football Tournament 4th
1892-93 I Football Tournament 3rd
1893-94 I Football Tournament 3rd
1894-95 I Football Tournament 3rd
1895-96 Did not participate
1896-97 I Football Tournament 5th N/A
1897-98 I Football Tournament 4th
1898-99 I Football Tournament 2nd-4th
1899-00 I Football Tournament 3rd

1900s[edit]

Season Tier Division Position Playoff Significant Events Cup[1] Top scorer[2]
1900-01 I Football Tournament 2nd N/A
1901-02 I Football Tournament 1st Unofficial Danish Champions
1902-03 I Football Tournament 2nd
The tournament is now organized by the Copenhagen FA - winners can no longer be considered Danish Champions
1903-04 I Copenhagen A[4] 1st Copenhagen Champions N/A
1904-05 I Copenhagen A 4th
1905-06 I Copenhagen A 2nd
1906-07 I Copenhagen A 5th
1907-08 I Copenhagen A 2nd
1908-09 I Copenhagen A 3rd
1909-10 I Copenhagen A 2nd

1910s[edit]

Season Tier Division Position Playoff Significant Events Cup[1] Top scorer[2]
1910-11 I Copenhagen A 2nd 1st round N/A
Frem, AB, B 93 and KB created their own piracy league and cup tournaments for the five-month-long season of 1911
1911 I Baneklubberne 3rd Baneklubberne Cup Winners Winners N/A
1912 I Copenhagen A 3rd Frem joined Stævnet 1st round
National playoffs are introduced - the winners are considered official Danish Champions
1912-13 I Copenhagen A 3rd DNQ Runners-up N/A
1913-14 I Copenhagen A 3rd DNQ Q/F
1914-15 I Copenhagen A 4th No national playoffs due to World War I Q/F
1915-16 I Copenhagen A 4th DNQ 1st round
1916-17 I Copenhagen A 5th DNQ Q/F
1917-18 I Copenhagen A 2nd DNQ Runners-up
1918-19 I Copenhagen A 4th DNQ Runners-up
1919-20 I Copenhagen A 5th DNQ S/F

1920s[edit]

Season Tier Division Position Playoff Significant Events Cup[1] Top scorer[2]
1920-21 I Copenhagen A 5th DNQ Q/F N/A
1921-22 I Copenhagen A 2nd DNQ Runners-up
1922-23 I Copenhagen A 1st Winners Danish Champions
1923-24 I Copenhagen A 5th DNQ Runners-up
1924-25 I Copenhagen A 5th DNQ Copenhagen Cup Winners Winners
1925-26 I Copenhagen A 3rd DNQ S/F
1926-27 I Copenhagen A 4th DNQ Copenhagen Cup Winners Winners
1927-28 I Danmarksturneringen 1st 1st Tournament annulled[5] Q/F
1928-29 I Danmarksturneringen 1st 4th Q/F
One nationwide league is introduced and playoffs are abandoned
1929-30 I Mesterskabsserien 2nd Runners-up N/A

1930s[edit]

Season Tier Division Position Playoff Significant Events Cup[1] Top scorer[2]
1930-31 I Mesterskabsserien 1st Danish Champions S/F N/A
1931-32 I Mesterskabsserien 5th Q/F
1932-33 I Mesterskabsserien 1st Danish Champions Q/F
1933-34 I Mesterskabsserien 3rd Runners-up
1934-35 I Mesterskabsserien 2nd S/F
1935-36 I Mesterskabsserien 1st Danish Champions S/F
1936-37 I Mesterskabsserien 2nd Pauli Jørgensen 19
1937-38 I Mesterskabsserien 2nd Copenhagen Cup Winners Winners Knud Larsen 16
1938-39 I Mesterskabsserien 5th Runners-up
1939-40 I Mesterskabsserien 5th Copenhagen Cup Winners Winners

1940s[edit]

Season Tier Division Position Playoff Significant Events Cup[1] Top scorer[2]
Due to World War II the system with regional leagues and national playoffs was re-introduced between 1940 and 1945
1940-41 I Danmarksturneringen 1st Winners Danish Champions Johannes Pløger 11
1941-42 I Danmarksturneringen 1st Q/F Johannes Pløger 15
1942-43 I Danmarksturneringen 4th Q/F Copenhagen Cup Winners Winners Kaj Christiansen 9
1943-44 I Danmarksturneringen 4th Winners Danish Champions Runners-up Kaj Christiansen 15
1944-45 I Danmarksturneringen 4th S/F John Hansen 11
1945-46 I 1. Division 4th Copenhagen Cup Winners Winners Kaj Christiansen 9
1946-47 I 1. Division 7th John Hansen 12
1947-48 I 1. Division 2nd John Hansen 20
1948-49 I 1. Division 8th Hansen/Bengtsson 8
1949-50 I 1. Division 6th Bendt Jørgensen 6

1950s[edit]

Season Tier Division Position Playoff Significant Events Cup[1] Top scorer[2]
1950-51 I 1. Division 6th Henning Jensen 6
1951-52 I 1. Division 7th Henning Jensen 6
1952-53 I 1. Division 8th Ib Bengtsson 5
1953-54 I 1. Division 4th Henning Jensen 9
The nationwide Danish Cup is introduced
1954-55 I 1. Division 3rd 5th round Henning Jensen 17
1955-56 I 1. Division 7th Cup Winners Winners Henning Jensen 5
1956-57 I 1. Division 3rd S/F Søren Andersen 27
1958 I 1. Division 2nd 4th round John Hansen 22
1959 I 1. Division 8th 4th round Søren Andersen 15

1960s[edit]

Season Tier Division Position Playoff Significant Events Cup[1] Top scorer[2]
1960 I 1. Division 12th Relegated Q/F Andersen/Poulsen 8
1961 II 2. Division 4th S/F Henning Petersen 9
1962 II 2. Division 5th 2nd round Leif Nielsen 10
1963 II 2. Division 1st Promoted S/F Leif Nielsen 14
1964 I 1. Division 9th 3rd round Leif Nielsen 8
1965 I 1. Division 4th 4th round Leif Nielsen 9
1966 I 1. Division 2nd Q/F Leif Nielsen 9
1967 I 1. Division 2nd 4th round Leif Nielsen 15
1968 I 1. Division 3rd Q/F Henning Hansen 13
1969 I 1. Division 9th Runners-up Jan B. Poulsen 10

1970s[edit]

Season Tier Division Position Playoff Significant Events Cup Top scorer[2]
1970 I 1. Division 6th 4th round Ole Mørch 10
1971 I 1. Division 3rd Runners-up Jørn Jeppesen 9
1972 I 1. Division 7th S/F Jørn Jeppesen 11
1973 I 1. Division 10th 3rd round Jørn Jeppesen 12
1974 I 1. Division 7th 4th round Jørn Jeppesen 6
1975 I 1. Division 11th S/F Brian Juul-Nielsen 9
1976 I 1. Division 2nd 4th round Ole Mørch 12
1977 I 1. Division 11th 4th round Ole Mørch 13
1978 I 1. Division 10th Cup Winners Winners Frank Faber 5
1979 I 1. Division 7th 4th round Lars Larsen 9

1980s[edit]

Season Tier Division Position Playoff Significant Events Cup Top scorer[2]
1980 I 1. Division 15th Relegated 3rd round Anders Sundstrup 7
1981 II 2. Division 4th Runners-up Kim Vilfort 15
1982 II 2. Division 1st Promoted 3rd round Kim Vilfort 25
1983 I 1. Division 5th 2nd round Kim Vilfort 19
1984 I 1. Division 12th S/F Kim Vilfort 15
1985 I 1. Division 13th Relegated Q/F Kim Vilfort/Bo With 8
1986 II 2. Division 3rd 3rd round Michael Lyng 15
1987 II 2. Division 4th 1st round Søren Lyng 18
1988 II 2. Division 2nd Promoted Q/F Michael Lyng 10
1989 I 1. Division 8th 3rd round Miklos Molnar 14

1990s[edit]

Season Tier Division Position Playoff Significant Events Cup Top scorer[2]
1990 I 1. Division 5th 3rd round Søren Lyng 13
1991 I Superligaen 4th 4th round Søren Lyng 5
1991-92 I I Superligaen 6th 4th round Lars Brøgger 8
1991-92 II I Superligaen 3rd Jasar/Thøgersen 5
1992-93 I I Superligaen 9th Relegated S/F Dan Eggen 5
1992-93 II II Kvalifikationsligaen 3rd Folkmann/Strudal 7
1993-94 I II 1. Division 8th Bankruptcy and demotion 4th round Christian Clem 6
1994 IV Denmark Series Pool 2 3rd Kenny Sørensen 15
1995 IV Denmark Series Pool 2 3rd Promoted 3rd round Kenny Sørensen 12
1995-96 II III 2. Division (East) 3rd Kenny Sørensen 7
1996-97 I III 2. Division (East) 4th 5th round Casper Larsen 10
1996-97 II III 2. Division (East) 1st Promoted Casper Larsen 9
1997-98 II 1. Division 9th 1st round Casper Larsen 11
1998-99 II 1. Division 9th 4th round Kim Kristensen 12
1999-00 II 1. Division 7th 4th round Martin Jeppesen 13

2000s[edit]

Season Tier Division Position Playoff Significant Events Cup Top scorer[2]
2000-01 II 1. Division 4th 4th round Martin Jeppesen 16
2001-02 II 1. Division 4th 4th round Mirko Selak 20
2002-03 II 1. Division 2nd Promoted 4th round Mirko Selak 18
2003-04 I Superligaen 11th Relegated 5th round Søren Larsen 11
2004-05 II 1. Division 3rd 5th round Mirko Selak 13
2005-06 II 1. Division 10th Q/F Wassim El Banna 13
2006-07 II 1. Division 5th 3rd round Wassim El Banna 14
2007-08 II 1. Division 11th Docked 6 points due to compulsory composition 1st round Tommy Olsen 9
2008-09 II 1. Division 11th 3rd round Søren Weibel 11
2009-10 II 1. Division 15th Relegated and went Bankrupt, demoted to Copenhagen Series. 2nd round Søren Weibel 9

2010s[edit]

Season Tier Division Position Playoff Significant Events Cup Top scorer[2]
2010-11 V Copenhagen Series 1st Promoted DSQ[6] Simon Sinkjær 23
2011-12 IV Denmark Series Pool 1 1st Promoted 2nd round[7] Nicolaj Harms 18
2012-13 III 2. Division (East) 7th DNQ[8] Jeppe Østenkær 9
2013-14 III 2. Division (East) Pending 2nd round

International results[edit]

Inter-Cities Fairs Cup[edit]

1967-68[edit]

1st round[edit]

13 September 1967
19:00
Boldklubben Frem 0 – 1 Spain Athletic Bilbao
(Report) Arroyo Goal 14'
Valby Idrætspark, Copenhagen
Attendance: 6,000

20 September 1967
20:00
Athletic Bilbao Spain 3 – 2 Boldklubben Frem
Arraiz Goal 19'
Uriarte Goal 49'
Arieta Goal 77'
(Report) Nielsen Goal 20'
Printzlau Goal 56'
San Mamés, Bilbao
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Jennings (ENG)

Athletic Bilbao won 4-2 on aggregate

UEFA Cup Winners' Cup[edit]

1969-70[edit]

1st round[edit]

17 September 1969
19:00
Boldklubben Frem 2 – 1 Switzerland FC St. Gallen
Hansen Goal 22' Goal 35' (Report) Nafziger Goal 16'
Valby Idrætspark, Copenhagen
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Curt Liedberg (SWE)

1 October 1969
20:30
FC St. Gallen Switzerland 1 – 0 Boldklubben Frem
Cornioley Goal 54' (Report)
Espenmoos, St. Gallen
Attendance: 4,000
Referee: Janus Birroczky (HUN)

St. Gallen 2-2 Frem on aggregate. St. Gallen won on away goals.

1978-79[edit]

1st round[edit]

13 September 1978
19:00
Boldklubben Frem 2 – 0 France AS Nancy-Lorraine
Jan Jacobsen Goal 28'
Per Hester Hansen Goal 81'
(Report)
Valby Idrætspark, Copenhagen
Attendance: 1,136
Referee: Malcolm Moffatt (NIR)

27 September 1978
AS Nancy-Lorraine France 4 – 0 Boldklubben Frem
Carlos Curbelo Goal 2'
Philippe Jeannol Goal 70' Goal 77'
Bernard Zénier Goal 86'
(Report)
Stade Marcel Picot, Nancy
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: Joaquim Inacio de Almeida (POR)

AS Nancy-Lorraine won 4-2 on aggregate.

UEFA Cup[edit]

1972-73[edit]

1st round[edit]

13 September 1972
FC Sochaux France 1 – 3 Boldklubben Frem
Lechantre Goal 7' (Report) Mortensen Goal 39'
Ahlberg Goal 54'
Mørch Goal 62'
Stade Auguste Bonal, Montbéliard
Attendance: 6,452
Referee: Antoine Queudeville (LUX)

27 September 1972
19:00
Boldklubben Frem 2 – 1 France FC Sochaux
Madsen Goal 16'
Mørch Goal 68'
(Report) Pirrin Goal 86'
Valby Idrætspark, Copenhagen
Attendance: 1,919
Referee: Ronald Jones (WAL)

Boldklubben Frem won 5-2 on aggregate.

2nd round[edit]

25 October 1972
19:00
Boldklubben Frem 0 – 5 Netherlands FC Twente
(Report) Jeuring Goal 1' Goal 7' Goal 55' Goal 60'
Achterberg Goal 83'
Valby Idrætspark, Copenhagen
Attendance: 3,566
Referee: Henry Øberg (NOR)

8 November 1972
FC Twente Netherlands 4 – 0[9] Boldklubben Frem
van der Vall Goal 1'
Jeuring Goal 25' Goal 45'
van der Kerkhof Goal 64'
(Report)
Diekman Stadion, Enschede
Attendance: 9,555
Referee: Ove Dahlberg (SWE)

Twente won 9-0 on aggregate.

1977-78[edit]

1st round[edit]

14 September 1977
19:00
Boldklubben Frem 0 – 2 Switzerland Grasshoppers
(Report) Rudolf Elsener Goal 33'
Becker Goal 39'
Valby Idrætspark, Copenhagen
Attendance: 1,956

28 September 1977
20:00
Grasshoppers Switzerland 6 – 1 Boldklubben Frem
Meyer Goal 8' Goal 70'
Becker Goal 40'
Rudolf Elsener Goal 58'
Raimondo Ponte Goal 82' Goal 83'
(Report) Jørn Mikkelsen Goal 44'
Hardturm, Zürich
Attendance: 3,500
Referee: Horst Brummeier (AUT)

Grasshoppers won 8-1 on aggregate.

1992-93[edit]

1st round[edit]

15 September 1992
20:00
Neuchâtel Xamax Switzerland 2 – 2 Boldklubben Frem
Beat Sutter Goal 51'
Manfredo Goal 52'
(Report) Kim Mikkelsen Goal 17'
Stéphane Henchoz Golden goal 22'  (o.g.)
Stade de la Maladière, Neuchâtel
Attendance: 4,000
Referee: Marc Batta (FRA)

29 September 1992
19:00
Boldklubben Frem 4 – 1 Switzerland Neuchâtel Xamax
Haren Goal 14' Goal 32'
Henrik Imre Jensen Goal 16' (pen.)
Thøgersen Goal 53'
(Report) Manfredo Goal 24'
Valby Idrætspark, Copenhagen
Attendance: 3,476
Referee: Marnix Sandra (BEL)

Boldklubben Frem won 6-3 on aggregate.

2nd round[edit]

22 October 1992
19:00
Boldklubben Frem 0 – 1 Spain Real Zaragoza
(Report) Gustavo Poyet Goal 12'

3 November 1992
21:00
Real Zaragoza Spain 5 – 1 Boldklubben Frem
Dorin Mateuţ Goal 8' Goal 39' Goal 83'
Manuel Pena Escontbela Goal 40' Goal 67'
(Report) Søren Colding Goal 74'
La Romareda, Zaragoza
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: Arturo Martino (SUI)

Real Zaragoza won 6-1 on aggregate.

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i From 1910-1954 Frem participated in the local cup tournament, known as KBU's Pokalturnering, arranged by the Copenhagen Football Association. However in 1911 Frem participated in Baneklubberne Cup. Since 1954 Frem has participated in the nationwide cup tournament known as Landspokalturneringen. This cup is arranged by the Danish Football Association.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n League matches only
  3. ^ The tournaments played 1889-1904 are no longer considered official by the Danish Football Association, although played under their auspices. The tournaments featured all the best Danish teams of its time.
  4. ^ The tournaments played 1904-1927 were played under the auspice of the Copenhagen Football Association and the winners are considered official Copenhagen Champions. The tournaments featured all the best Danish teams of its time. In 1913 a national playoff played under the auspice of the Danish FA is introduced the winners are considered official Danish Champions.
  5. ^ The three top teams of the playoff (B 93, B 1903 and Frem) all finished with six points. No decider for such a situation had been agreed upon on beforehand. The Danish FA wanted to play re-matches between the three teams involved. However this was refused by B 93 and Frem and since B 1903 had no intentions of winning the championship without playing, the Danish FA decided to cancel the Danish Championships of 1928. Rules for future tournaments was later agreed upon.
  6. ^ Frem was withdrawn from the cup due to their bankruptcy the year before. Their initial opponent Jægersborg was awarded a 3-0 no contest win.
  7. ^ Being part of the lower league systems, Frem had to win three local qualifying matches, against Stefan(10-0), IF Føroyar(4-2) and Husum(7-2), in order to secure a place in the 1st round of the nationwide cup.
  8. ^ Still Being part of the lower leagues, Frem had to qualify for the Nationwide Cup. They however lost the first qualifying match against Kastrup 2-0, thus not participating in the 2012-2013 Cup.
  9. ^ The match was discontinued in the 66th minute, when Frem refused to continue due to fog.

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