HB Køge

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  (Redirected from HB Koge)
Jump to: navigation, search
HB Køge
HB Køge logo.png
Full name Herfølge Boldklub Køge[1][2]
Nickname(s) HBK, Svanerne (The Swans), Herfølge-Køge
Founded July 1, 2009
merger of Herfølge Boldklub
and Køge Boldklub
Ground Herfølge Stadion
Ground Capacity 8.000 (3440 seated)
Chairman Kenneth Christiansen
Manager Henrik Lehm
League Danish 1st Division
2015–16 Danish 1st Division, 8th
Website Club home page
Current season

HB Køge (Danish pronunciation: [ˈkøːə] or [ˈkøːjə]) is a professional Danish football club based primarily in the town of Herfølge, and secondly in the town of Køge, both in the Køge Municipality, part of 'Region of Zealand', in the eastern part of Zealand, south of Copenhagen. It was created through the merger of Herfølge Boldklub and Køge Boldklub in 2009.

History[edit]

The Danish 1st Division club Herfølge Boldklub and bankrupt club Køge Boldklub decided in March 2009 to merge.[3] The club played their first season as a merged club in the 2009–10 season of the Danish Superliga.[4] The season ended in relegatation.

In the following 1st Division season, they finished second and returned to the Superliga.[5] Following the promotion manager Aurelijus Skarbalius left the club for a job as assistant manager of Brøndby IF and was replaced by Tommy Møller Nielsen.[6] The club's second appearance in the Danish Superliga ended in another relegation.[7]

The 2012–13 season started with a series of bad results, and this led to the sacking of Møller Nielsen in September 2012 after a 5–0 defeat against Lyngby Boldklub.[8] He was replaced by his assistant Per Frandsen, who led the club to two consecutive sixth-place finishes before leaving for a youth job at Brøndby IF in June 2014.[9]

Current squad[edit]

As of 10 August 2016[10]

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 Andreas Hansen
2 Denmark DF Mark Gundelach
3 Denmark DF Malte Amundsen
4 Denmark DF Daniel Arrocha
6 Denmark DF Mads Juel Andersen (on loan from Brøndby IF)
7 Denmark MF Lee Rochester Sørensen
8 Denmark MF Henrik Madsen
10 Denmark FW Marc Rochester Sørensen
11 Denmark MF Alexander Bah
12 Denmark FW Jeppe Simonsen (on loan from SønderjyskE)
No. Position Player
13 Denmark FW Aleksandar Lazarevic
14 Denmark MF Mikkel Wohlgemuth
16 Denmark FW Sadik Krdzic
18 Denmark MF Victor Guldbrandsen
20 Denmark MF Kristian Andersen
22 Denmark FW Ahmed Hassan Ahmad
27 Denmark DF Gustav Gjøg
31 Denmark GK Frederik Hansen
33 Denmark DF Alexander Ludwig

Players out on loan[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player

Club officials[edit]

Name Position
Denmark Henrik Lehm[11] Manager
Denmark Kim Daugaard Assistant Manager
Denmark Jeppe Hansen First Team Goalkeeping Coach
Denmark Janus Blond Youth Coach (U-19)
Denmark Steffen Petersen Youth Assistant Coach (U-19)
Denmark Steen Knudsen Youth Coach (U-17)
Denmark Asger Vielsted
Denmark Jonas Nielsen
Youth Assistant Coach (U-17)
Denmark Kim Daugaard A+ Coach

Managers[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]