Get news about your favorite Superliga team

Get news about your favorite Superliga team

In Denmark, there are many football fans. Many of them stick with a certain team that they follow closely in the Super League. If you are one of these fans, you can find news about your team at . We update the page regularly with news from the Super League and other major football tournaments. So if you want to be updated on everything that happens in Danish and international football, this is the page for you. Below you can read a little more about the most popular football clubs in Denmark.


Brøndby IF

Brøndby IF was founded in 1964 and has always been a popular club among Danish football fans. This is mainly due to the club's successes on the pitch, but also the close relationship that the fans have with the club. Brøndby IF's fans are known for their passion and enthusiasm for football. They are always ready to support their team, and they take pride in following the team both at home and away. Therefore, Brøndby IF's fans are one of the most important elements in the club's success.


FC Copenhagen

FC Copenhagen was founded in 1992. They have won 14 Danish championships and 8 Danish cup titles. FCK has also participated in the UEFA Champions League five times, of which they have reached the round of 16 once.



AaB was founded in 1885. It is thus one of the oldest clubs in Denmark. The club plays its home ground at Nordjyske Arena in Aalborg. They have won the Danish football championship four times and the cup tournament three times.



Odense Boldklub was founded in 1887. They have won the DM three times and the cup tournament five times. OB delivered one of the biggest surprises ever in Danish football when they knocked Real Madrid out of the UEFA Cup in 1995. OB won 2-0 away, in a match dubbed the Miracle in Madrid.



Aarhus Gymnastik Forening was founded in 1880. They have won five Danish championships, the last time in 1986. In addition to that, AGF has won nine cup titles, which is more than any other team in Denmark.