Brøndby IF (women)

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Brøndby IF
Brøndby IF.svg
Full name Brøndbyernes Idrætsforening
Nickname(s) Drengene fra Vestegnen
(The lads from the western outskirts)
Founded 3 December 1964
Ground Brøndby Stadium
Ground Capacity 29,000
League Elitedivisionen
2013–14 2nd

Brøndby IF is a women's football club from Brøndby, Denmark. It is the female team of Brøndby IF.

The team is one of Denmark's best women's teams, having won six championships and 5 cups in the 2000s. The team also reached the semi-finals of the UEFA Women's Cup 2003–04 and UEFA Women's Cup 2006-07.

Titles[edit]

UEFA Competitions Record[edit]

Season Competition Stage Result Opponent
2003-04 Women's Cup 2QS 2-0 Scotland Kilmarnock FC
1-0 Iceland KR
4-0 Serbia and Montenegro Mašinac Niš
QF 9-0 3-0 Azerbaijan Gömrükçü Baku
SF 2-3 0-1 Sweden Umeå
2004-05 Women's Cup 2QS 1-1 Russia Energiya Voronezh
2-0 Kazakhstan Alma-KTZ
0-2 Norway Trondheims-Ørn
2005-06 Women's Cup 2QS 2-0 Russia Lada Togliatti
3-1 Poland AZS Wrocław
4-0 England Arsenal
QF 0-3 1-3 France Montpellier
2006-07 Women's Cup 2QS 5-1 Hungary Femina Budapest
2-1 Russia Rossiyanka
0-1 England Arsenal
QF 3-0 1-2 Germany Turbine Potsdam
SF 2-2 0-3 England Arsenal
2007-08 Women's Cup 2QS 1-1 France Olympique Lyon
2-1 Czech Republic Sparta Prague
1-0 Norway Kolbotn
QF 1-0 0-1 (2-3p) Italy Bardolino
2008-09 Women's Cup 2QS 1-0 Spain Levante
5-1 Ukraine Naftokhimik Kalush
1-4 Germany Duisburg
QF 2-4 1-3 Russia Zvezda Perm
2009-10 Champions League QS 5-0 Wales Cardiff City
6-0 Malta Birkirkara
1-0 Portugal 1º de Dezembro
R32 2-1 1-1 Netherlands AZ Alkmaar
R16 0-1 0-4 Germany Turbine Potsdam
2010-11 Champions League QS 6-0 Moldova Roma Calfa
12-0 Turkey Gazi Üniversitesispor
3-0 Bulgaria NSA Sofia
R32 2-1 0-1 Poland Unia Racibórz
R16 1-4 1-1 England Everton
2011-12 Champions League R32 2-0 3-4 Belgium Standard Liège
R16 2-1 3-1 Italy Torres
QF 4-0 0-4 France Olympique Lyon
2012-13 Champions League R32 2-0 3-3 Norway Stabæk
2013-14 Champions League R32 0-0 2-2 Spain Barcelona
2014–15 Champions League R32 0-1 3-1 (a.e.t.) Cyprus Apollon Limassol
R16 5–0 0–2 Lithuania Gintra Universitetas
QF 1–0 1–1 Sweden Linköpings FC
SF 0–7 0–6 Germany 1. FFC Frankfurt
2015–16 Champions League R32 Czech Republic Slavia Praha

Current squad[edit]

As of 20 October 2014[4] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Denmark GK Katrine Abel
2 Denmark DF Mie Jans
3 Denmark DF Simone Boye Sørensen
5 Denmark DF Louise Ringsing
7 Denmark MF Mille Poulsen
8 Denmark MF Theresa Nielsen
9 Denmark MF Nanna Christiansen
10 Denmark MF Louise Kristiansen
11 Denmark FW Katrine Veje
12 Denmark DF Stine Larsen
13 Denmark FW Kristina Andersen
14 Denmark DF Stephanie Holm
No. Position Player
15 Denmark MF Chirine Lahmti
16 Denmark GK Cecilie Sørensen
17 Denmark MF Julie Tavlo-Petersson
18 Denmark MF Julie Tranekjer
20 Denmark FW Anja Thorsen
21 Denmark FW Emma Madsen
22 Denmark MF Amalie Grønbæk Thestrup
23 Denmark FW Fatima Ali Abu Alful
24 Israel MF Lee Falkon
25 Denmark DF Laura Larsen
26 Denmark GK Isabella Schwartz

Former players[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ dbu.dk, List of Champions
  2. ^ dbu.dk, List of Cup winners
  3. ^ 2011 Cup results
  4. ^ [1] UEFA

External links[edit]