BK Avarta

Boldklubben Avarta is a Danish football club currently playing in the Danish 2nd Division Pool 1, which ranks as the third best league in Denmark. Avarta's home ground is Espelundens Idrætsanlæg in Rødovre, Copenhagen, which has a capacity of 6,000.

BK Avarta
Full nameBoldklubben Avarta
Nickname(s)De Grønne (The Green)
Founded1953 (as Rødovrevejens
GroundEspelundens Idrætsanlæg,
ChairmanKenneth M. Pedersen
ManagerThomas West Hansen[1]
LeagueDanish 2nd Divisions, P1
2016–17Danish 2nd Division P1, 1st
Promotion Grp, 4th


Boldklubben Avarta was founded on 20 January 1953 as "Rødovrevejens Boldklub". In the first year had the club home at Rødovre Stadium, but since 1960 has been the Espelundens Idrætsanlæg.[2]

The team was relegated from the Danish 2nd Division East following the 2005–06 season, but spent only two seasons in the Denmark Series Pool 1 before gaining promotion back into the Danish 2nd Division East for the 2008–09 season.


Updated 2 September 2019" Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 GK Holger Boas Beck
2 DF Christian Klausen
3 DF Emil Bodholdt
4 MF Steffen Andersen
5 DF Mathias Cordua
6 DF Mehmet Coskun
7 MF Mads Walter
8 MF Victor Guldbrandsen
9 FW Oliver Carrara
10 MF Emil Wass
13 MF Emil Thomsen
14 FW Jonas Hemmingshøj
15 MF Patrick Andersen
16 GK Morten Bank
No. Position Player
17 MF Vitus Frandsen
18 MF Mathias Frost
19 MF Stefan Alrik
20 DF Simon Ulstrup
21 MF Marco Balck
22 FW Thiago Pinto Borges
23 DF Jonas Visøfeldt
90 DF Adam Jawhar
MF Bilal Masaad (on loan from Fremad Amager)
MF Soslan Lysenko (on loan from Fremad Amager)
FW Anton Googe (on loan from Fremad Amager)
DF Magnus Kock


  1. Avarta hyrer gammel kending som cheftræner, bold.dk, 20 December 2018
  2. Om os‚ avarta.dk

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