|Date of birth||October 9, 1971|
|Place of birth||Esbjerg, Denmark|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Jesper Kristensen (born October 9, 1971) is a Danish former football (soccer) player, who played 129 games for Danish team Brøndby IF in the midfielder position. He played four games for the Denmark national football team, with whom he won the 1995 King Fahd Cup.
Born in Esbjerg, Kristensen started his career with lower league club Esbjerg fB. In the summer 1991, he moved to defending Danish champions Brøndby IF. He was named 1993 Danish under-21 Player of the Year, and made his Danish national team debut in April 1994. He helped Brøndby win the 1994 Danish Cup trophy, and was a part of the Danish team which won the King Fahd Cup in January 1995. He played a few matches in Brøndby's 1995–96 Superliga winning season, before he had to prematurely end his career in August 1995, due to injuries. He played a total 129 games for Brøndby, including 103 games and 11 goals in the Superliga.
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