FC Helsingør

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Helsingør
FC Helsingør logo.png
Short nameFCH
Founded1 August 2005; 13 years ago (2005-08-01) (as Elite 3000)
GroundHelsingør Stadion, Helsingør
Capacity5,500 (541 seated)
ChairmanFinn Moseholm
ManagerPeter Feher
LeagueDanish 1st Division
2017–18Danish Superliga, 14th (relegation)
WebsiteClub website

FC Helsingør is the football part of the Danish sports club Elite 3000 Helsingør from Helsingør. The club plays in the Danish 1st Division.[1]

History[edit]

Logo of the club 2005–2012

The club was formed on 1 August 2005 when the five Elsinore clubs Helsingør IF, Helsingør FC, Frem Hellebæk IF, Vapnagaard FK72 and Snekkersten IF merged under the name Elite 3000 Fodbold. In 2012 the club changed its name to FC Helsingør.[2] The club plays at Helsingør Stadion.[3] The club is due to make a move to the New Helsingør Stadion in the summer of 2019.

Current squad[edit]

Updated 1 October 2018[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 Mikkel Bruhn
2 Denmark DF Johannes Ritter
3 Denmark DF Frederik Bay
4 Denmark DF Martin Fisch
5 Denmark DF Andreas Holm
6 Denmark MF Mikkel Basse
7 Denmark MF Anders Holst
9 Brazil FW Matheus Leiria
10 Denmark MF Patrick Olsen
11 Denmark FW Nicolas Mortensen
12 Denmark DF Jonathan Eriksen
No. Position Player
15 Denmark DF Daniel Jørgensen
16 Denmark MF Christian ‘TK’ Køhler
17 Denmark DF Morten Fraysse
20 Denmark DF Jonas Henriksen
21 Denmark MF Carl Lange
22 Denmark DF Pascal Gregor
23 Denmark MF Frederik Roepstorff
26 Denmark FW Sebastian Elvang
30 Brazil FW Douglas Starnley
31 Denmark GK Viktor Anker
99 Denmark GK Lukas Jensen


Staff[edit]

Head coach
Assistant coach
Goalkeeper coach
  • Denmark Thomas Frederiksen
Physic coach
  • Denmark Tobias W. Jørgensen
Mental coach
  • Denmark Troels Thorsteinsson

Notes[edit]

External links[edit]