FC Fyn

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FC Fyn
FC FYN.png
Full name Football Club Fyn
Short name FCF
Founded 1 January 2006
Dissolved 31 January 2013
Ground Odense Stadion,
Odense

FC Fyn was a Danish football club from Odense on Funen. The club was founded in 2006 and its first appearance was in the 2006–07 season.

FC Fyn played their home matches at Odense Atletikstadion, which is the current home ground of B 1909 and B 1913. The first manager was former Zambia national coach Roald Poulsen. Poulsen resigned for personal reasons in the end of 2007 and was replaced by Viggo Jensen.[1]

The team's home shirt was half red and half blue, while the away shirt was yellow.

The club was declared bankrupt on 31 January 2013.[2]

Mother clubs[edit]

The club was a merger between three clubs from the Danish 2nd Division West, which were:

Following the dissolving of the club, the three mother clubs were reestablished in the lower leagues.[3][4]

Club statistics[edit]

Season Competition Position Played Won Drawn Lost Score Points
2012–13 1. Div 12th 33 2 8 23 26–84 11
2011–12 2. Div 1st 30 23 3 4 71–21 72
2010–11 1. Div 15th 30 6 8 16 45–60 26
2009–10 1. Div 8th 30 12 6 12 41–52 42
2008–09 2. Div 1st 30 19 7 4 75–32 64
2007–08 2. Div 3rd 30 19 6 5 60–31 63
2006–07 2. Div 3rd 26 15 4 7 68–51 49

All time league records[edit]

Competition Seasons Played Won Drawn Lost Score Points
1 Div 3 93 20 22 51 112–196 79
2 Div 4 116 76 20 20 274–135 248

References[edit]

  1. ^ Viggo Jensen ny cheftræner i FC Fyn, bold.dk 20 December 2007
  2. ^ FC Fyn giver op, bold.dk 31 January 2013
  3. ^ B1913, B1909 og Dalum: Slut med FC Fyn, bold.dk 6 February 2013
  4. ^ B1909 slipper for øksen, Fyens Stifttidende, 20 March 2013

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