Hvidovre IF

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Hvidovre IF
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Full name Hvidovre Idrætsforening
Short name HIF
Founded 1925; 92 years ago (1925)
Ground Hvidovre Stadion, Copenhagen
Ground Capacity 12,000 (4,600 seated)
Chairman Martin Krogh-Jensen
Manager Per Frandsen
League Danish 2nd Division, P1
2016–17 Danish 2nd Division - Promotion play, 10th

Hvidovre IF is a Danish football club, founded on 15 October 1925 in Hvidovre.

Current squad[edit]

As of 1 August 2017

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 Mads Altschuler
2 Denmark DF Daniel Thorup
3 Denmark DF Frederik Krabbe
4 Denmark DF Nicolai Bak Johannessen
5 Denmark DF Frederik Antonsen
6 Denmark DF Kenneth Thinter
7 Denmark FW Aleksandar Lazarević
8 Denmark DF Malte Kiilerich
9 Denmark FW Kim Aabech
10 Denmark MF Frederik Andersen
11 Denmark MF Lasse Brandt Hansen
12 Denmark FW Nicolaj Agger
13 Denmark GK Oliver Korch
14 Denmark MF Christopher Østberg
No. Position Player
15 Denmark DF Jonas Holm Visøfeldt
16 Denmark FW Frederik Simson
17 Denmark FW Louka Andreassen
18 Denmark MF Matti Bo Hvidfeldt
19 Denmark FW Lirim Qamili
21 Denmark DF Jacques Bang Sørensen
23 Denmark GK Mikkel Hasling
22 Nigeria FW Daniel Chukwumah
27 Denmark MF Kasper Kristensen
30 Denmark MF Magnus Fredslund
32 Denmark MF Magnus Koch
33 Denmark MF Philip Gunst
Denmark MF Rasmus Johansson
Denmark MF Anders Vibe Kjøller

Honors[edit]

Danish Champions: 1966, 1973, 1981

  • Runner-up: 1971
  • Third Place: 1970.

Danish Cup:

  • Winners: 1980

Achievements[edit]

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