6. Juni Vor 25 Jahren wird Dänemark sensationell Europameister. Siegeszug der dänischen Nationalelf bei der EM in Schweden. "Das war. Juni Dennoch: Wie der Nachrücker aus Dänemark die Veranstaltung in dänischen Fußballer zur Europameisterschaft in Badelatschen vom. 8. Dez. Dänemark hatte nur zwei Wochen Zeit zur Vorbereitung auf die EM, dennoch landete Richard Møller-Nielsens Truppe den großen Coup.
The attacking fan was stopped by some of the Danish football players on the field before he reached the referee, but due to the episode, the match was immediately cancelled by the referee, with UEFA subsequently deciding to award a 0—3 default defeat to Denmark as punishment.
The countries have played against each other times, of which Denmark have won 40, drawn 20 and lost The first match between the teams was an 8—0 Denmark win in May Denmark won their first five matches against Sweden before their first defeat in October by the score 4—0.
Both teams advanced from the group stage and Denmark went on to win the tournament. In UEFA Euro the teams drew 2—2 in the last group stage match, ensuring that both teams advanced at the expense of Italy.
The reverse fixture ended in a goalless draw and Denmark failed to qualify for the final tournament. In the play-offs round of the qualification for UEFA Euro , Denmark lost against Sweden by 4—3 on aggregate and failed to qualify for the final tournament.
The most recent match between the countries was a goalless draw in June The team kit is produced by Danish company Hummel.
It is all-red with white details to reflect the colours of the Danish national flag. Prior to the period of Adidas sponsorship, the kit provider was also Hummel from to The first home match for the Denmark national team was a 2—1 friendly win over England on 25 May , taking place with 12, spectators at the stadium "KBs baner" located in the area "Granen", where the Forum Copenhagen later was built.
The stadium reached a record of 51, spectators for the 1—2 game against Sweden in June This first match in Parken was viewed by 40, spectators,  while the current stadium record of 42, spectators was set on 8 October for a World Cup qualifying match against Greece.
The capacity of the stadium was later reduced to 38, seats after the upper part of the D-side was converted from 4, extra seats into office and VIP areas in June However, meagre spectator support at some of the friendly matches at Parken, which from to attracted an acceptable average of 23, per match — but down to 9, for the friendly 3—1 win over Israel in April  — prompted the DBU to start hosting many of the friendly matches to other stadiums around Denmark.
Tickets to this match were sold out quickly, with almost 19, of the 20, tickets sold within the first hour of sale,  and was support-wise a big success with a total audience of 20, spectators.
The Poland match attracted only 11, spectators,  while the Portugal match only 13, spectators. Currently, while most of the friendly matches continue to be played at some of the smaller stadiums in Denmark, it has been decided to continue playing all of the qualifying matches for the European Championships and World Cup only at Parken Stadium.
For example, the friendly against Germany in August was played at Parken Stadium due to the general expectation of many spectators having a desire to watch the match.
As of 19 November . The following players were called up for the matches against Wales on 16 November and the Republic of Ireland on 19 November in the Nations League.
The following list of active players were not called up for the latest match of the national team, but were called up for an A-level match within the last 12 months.
INJ Injured or recovering from surgery. RET Retired from the national team. The players are freely chosen by the national team manager. They are normally assembled from their respective club teams at the Hotel Marienlyst in Elsinore for a week-long training camp preluding the upcoming match.
Friendly matches are typically played on a Wednesday evening. A jury with 6 people representing the newspapers, authors of football books, active players of the national team, TV2 , the DBU, and a Hall of Fame member , each year have the job to award one or two new members for the Hall of Fame.
Hall of Fame members sorted by last year appearing at the national football team: Each national team player receives a set amount of money per match, including bonuses for a win and qualification for European Championship and World Cup tournaments.
Additionally, the sponsors of the national team also pay a relatively high "qualification bonus" each time the team qualifies for a final tournament.
This bonus is shared between the group of players being selected for the final man squad, to one or several of the qualification matches played, with the exact distribution normally decided according to the number of times the player was selected.
In addition to the qualification bonus, the players also received this standard payment from the DBU each time they were selected for the man squad to a qualification match: The last amount of a players income generated by the national team is the standard payment received for each friendly match: The responsibility and job description for the manager of the Denmark national football team, has changed throughout the history.
From to , the DBU preferred to assign a manager with the overall responsibility. This was followed by a long era from to where either no manager or only a caretaker manager was assigned.
However, the appointed tactical manager did not have the responsibility to train the squad, as a special physical coach was instead selected for that job.
In , the approach with two managers assigned was again abandoned when the DBU realized the need to assign only one manager with the sole responsibility for the squad.
When a selection of players had to be made, it was decided by a vote in the committee, with the appointed manager being granted an influence of three votes and the four members of the committee being granted one vote each.
This special selection procedure continued until July , where it was decided to award the sole responsibility of all manager-related areas to the manager himself, with the assignment of Sepp Piontek as the first full-time professional manager of the national team.
The box below, list all assigned football managers for the national team, since the first official game in October During the years from to , a total of games were played without an assigned manager.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For musical formation made of Danish football players, see Landsholdet.
For stadium history, see Parken Stadium. List of Denmark national football team results. Neil Doyle , Ireland. John Beaton , Scotland. Tobias Stieler , Germany.
Kai Erik Steen, Norway. Antonio Mateu Lahoz Spain. Nizhny Novgorod Stadium Attendance: Ola Hobber Nilsen Norway. Cardiff City Stadium Attendance: FIFA Rules for classification: UEFA Rules for classification: Tiebreakers P Promoted; R Relegated.
List of Denmark international footballers. Denmark national football team statistics. Retrieved 20 December Retrieved 29 January Archived from the original PDF on 12 June Danish Dynamite, the Denmark side of the mids".
Retrieved 10 June Archived from the original on 19 July Olsen skal blive" in Danish. Retrieved 4 September Archived from the original on 5 September World Cup play-off draw".
Retrieved 22 July Christian Eriksen can carry Denmark into last". Denmark name futsal players in squad for Wales game amid dispute".
Retrieved 5 September Retrieved 10 September Archived from the original on 28 July Danmark-Tyskland 1—2 " in Danish. Archived from the original on 9 November Retrieved 25 October Danmark-Israel 3—1 " in Danish.
Danmark-Paraguay 1—1 " in Danish. Danmark-Polen 2—0 " in Danish. Danmark-Portugal 4—2 " in Danish. Danmark-Tyskland 2—2 " in Danish.
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Poul Nielsen 52 Jon Dahl Tomasson Less than a month later, the underdogs were champions. Their surprise inclusion came after Yugoslavia, in a state of civil war, were not allowed to participate in the tournament.
The Danes had missed out on qualification having finished as runners-up to Yugoslavia, but they now found themselves thrown into the eight-team tournament and placed in a group featuring hosts Sweden, England and France.
Kim Vilfort proved to be one of the unlikely heroes for Denmark during the fortnight and he told BBC Sport that his team-mates were better prepared than some had initially thought.
There was no discussion. Denmark had to participate in the tournament. With the minds of the players hastily focused, it was time for the tournament and Vilfort reckons Denmark were in a no-lose situation.
If we lost three times then that would not have mattered," he continued. But the story unfolded like this: A draw against England, followed by defeat by Sweden.
Going into the crunch match against France, the Danes still had a chance of qualification. Vilfort said of the France game: Vilfort himself missed the match against France as he was visiting his seven-year-old daughter Line, who was fighting leukaemia.
Sadly, she lost her battle after the tournament. Heavyweights England and France were now out of the tournament, but next up for Danes were holders Netherlands, who were outstanding favourites to brush aside their opponents.
However, the Danes battled valiantly and it was after 90 minutes, with Larsen grabbing two more goals.