Lars Windfeld (born 3. october 1962) is a Danish former footballer who played as a goalkeeper for Danish club Aarhus Gymnastik Forening (AGF), winning the 1996 Danish Cup. He played a total 221 games for the club in all competitions, including 196 games in the Danish Superliga championship, and scored one goal against Odense BK in March 1995. He was named 1995 Danish Football Goalkeeper of the Year. He never played for the Denmark national football team, but represented Denmark in an unofficial national team game in August 1996.
Windfeld ended his active career in 2000, and became a businessman. In February 2005, he stepped in as CEO of AGF, and helped turn the financial hardships of the club into a small surplus. In November 2008, he went on an indefinite hiatus due to stress. The second half of 2008 turned out another economic loss for AGF, and in March 2009, Windfeld left the job in AGF. He subsequently came under police scrutiny, for the conduct of his private business ventures, but all charges were dropped within days.
- Jakob Rohde-Brøndum, Revisor Windfeld ved roret, Ekstra Bladet, February 28, 2005
- Danmarksturneringen, Superligaen, spillerstatistik - Lars Windfeld by Danish Football Association
- Lars Windfeld - B-Landshold (Alle kampe) by Danish Football Association
- Jesper Engmann, Windfeld: Det kan mærkes på krop og sjæl, Spn.dk, November 21, 2008.
- Ritzaus Bureau, Lars Windfeld stopper i AGF, TV 2, March 19, 2009
- AGF-legendes firma politianmeldt, Erhvervsbladet, March 20, 2009
- Politiet dropper sag om tyveri af forretnings-hemmeligheder, Erhvervsbladet, April 1, 2009
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