|Date of birth||May 18, 1988|
|Place of birth||Aalborg, Denmark|
|2009||→ TPS Turku (loan)||8||(5)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Christian Andreasen (born May 18, 1988) is a Danish football player who currently is unemployed. He has represented Randers FC in the Danish Superliga, and has played for Finnish club TPS Turku in the Veikkausliiga championship, Thisted FC in the Viasat Sport Divisionen and Flekkerøy IL in the Norwegian 2nd Division.
Born in Aalborg, Andreasen started his career as a youth player with AaB but soon moved on to Randers FC where he would have a better chance of making the 1st team. He signed his first professional contract with Randers in summer 2007. Andreasen made his debut for the Randers FC senior squad on March 30, 2008 in a game against AC Horsens. His first goal for the club was a game winner against FC Nordsjælland on May 12, 2008. After the game Randers manager Colin Todd stated that Andreasen had a bright future in front of him, due to his goal scoring ability. On April 29, 2009 Randers announced that they had decided to loan out Andreasen to TPS Turku in the finish Veikkausliiga until the end of the 2008-09 season. Andreasen enjoyed a successful loan spell at TPS, scoring 5 goals in 8 games for the club, as TPS finished 3rd in the 2009 Veikkausliiga.
On July 16, 2009 Andreasen signed a two-year contract with Danish 1st Division side Thisted FC. Andreasen immediately became a regular starter for Thisted. He scored his first hat-trick in a professional game in a 4-4 draw against Kolding FC. He scored 7 goals in 15 games in the fall of 2009 but was then unfortunate to suffer an injury to his tendon. The injury saw Andreasen ruled out for nearly a year and he would not play until his comeback on October 10, 2010. I January 2011 Andreasen got a setback, and had surgery for his tendon problem. He made a new comeback in May 2011.