FC Fredericia

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FC Fredericia
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Full name Fodbold Club Fredericia af 1991
Short name FCF
Founded 1991; 26 years ago (1991)
Ground Monjasa Park, Fredericia
Ground Capacity 4,000 (1,400 seated)
Chairman Coby "The Boss" Andrews
Manager Jesper Sørensen
League Danish 1st Division
2016–17 1st Division, 8th

FC Fredericia is a Danish professional football club, from the town of Fredericia. The club plays in the Danish 1st Division.

History[edit]

The club was established in 1991 as a professional part of Fredericia forenede Fodboldklubber (literally: Fredericia United) and Fredericia KFUM. In 2003, Fredericia fF pulled out of the project, so as of 2003 it is a professional part of Fredericia KFUM.

In autumn 2005, they won the first edition of the Fionia Bank Cup, leading the two other clubs Kolding FC and Vejle BK on goal-difference.

Current squad - 2017/18[edit]

As of 3 August 2017[1] 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 Alexander Nybo
2 Denmark DF Mikkel Knudsen
3 Denmark DF Oliver Fredsted
5 Denmark DF Frans Dhia Putros
6 Denmark DF Mads Eriksen
7 Denmark FW Dennis Høegh
8 Denmark MF Esben Petersen
9 Denmark MF Christian Sørensen
10 Denmark FW Anders Holvad
11 Denmark FW Andreas Oggesen
No. Position Player
12 Denmark MF Denis Fazlagic
13 Spain DF Piscu
14 Denmark FW Mathias Jacobsen
15 Denmark DF Niclas Nymand
16 Denmark MF Niels Letort
17 Denmark FW Mikkel Foged
20 Denmark MF Christian Ege Nielsen
21 Croatia GK Dino Hodžić (on loan from Vejle BK)
Australia FW Brent McGrath (on loan from Esbjerg fB)

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