Brøndby IF (women)

Brøndby IF is a women's football club from Brøndby, Denmark. It is the female team of Brøndby IF.

Brøndby IF
Full nameBrøndbyernes Idrætsforening
Founded3 December 1964
GroundBrøndby Stadium
Capacity29,000
ChairmanJan Borre
ManagerPer Nielsen
League3F Ligaen
2018–191st

The team is one of Denmark's best women's teams, having won six championships and 5 cups in the 2000s. The team also reached the semi-finals of the UEFA Women's Cup 2003–04, UEFA Women's Cup 2006-07 and UEFA Women's Cup 2014-15. They are currently coached by Per Nielsen after Peer Lisdorf stepped down.

Honours

Official

  • National championships (12):[1] 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2017, 2019
  • National cups (11):[2] 2004, 2005, 2007, 2010, 2011,[3] 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017, 2018

Invitational

UEFA Competitions Record

SeasonCompetitionStageResultOpponent
2003–04Women's Cup2QS2–0 Kilmarnock FC
1–0 KR Reykjavík
4–0 Mašinac Niš
QF9–0, 3–0 Gömrükçü Baku
SF2–3, 0–1 Umeå
2004–05Women's Cup2QS1–1 Energiya Voronezh
2–0 Alma-KTZ
0–2 Trondheims-Ørn
2005–06Women's Cup2QS2–0 Lada Togliatti
3–1 AZS Wrocław
4–0 Arsenal
QF0–3, 1–3 Montpellier
2006–07Women's Cup2QS5–1 Femina Budapest
2–1 Rossiyanka
0–1 Arsenal
QF3–0, 1–2 Turbine Potsdam
SF2–2, 0–3 Arsenal
2007–08Women's Cup2QS1–1 Olympique Lyon
2–1 Sparta Prague
1–0 Kolbotn
QF1–0, 0–1 (2–3p) Bardolino
2008–09Women's Cup2QS1–0 Levante
5–1 Naftokhimik Kalush
1–4 Duisburg
QF2–4, 1–3 Zvezda Perm
2009–10Champions LeagueQS5–0 Cardiff City
6–0 Birkirkara
1–0 1º de Dezembro
R322–1, 1–1 AZ Alkmaar
R160–1, 0–4 Turbine Potsdam
2010–11Champions LeagueQS6–0 Roma Calfa
12–0 Gazi Üniversitesispor
3–0 NSA Sofia
R322–1, 0–1 Unia Racibórz
R161–4, 1–1 Everton
2011–12Champions LeagueR322–0, 3–4 Standard Liège
R162–1, 3–1 Torres
QF4–0, 0–4 Olympique Lyon
2012–13Champions LeagueR322–0, 3–3 Stabæk
2013–14Champions LeagueR320–0, 2–2 Barcelona
2014–15Champions LeagueR320–1, 3–1 (a.e.t.) Apollon Limassol
R165–0, 0–2 Gintra Universitetas
QF1–0, 1–1 Linköpings FC
SF0–7, 0–6 1. FFC Frankfurt
2015–16Champions LeagueR321–4, 1–0 Slavia Praha
2016-17 Champions League R32 0–2, 2–2 St. Pölten-Spratzern
R16 1–0, 1–1 Manchester City
2017-18 Champions League R32 0–0, 3–1 Lillestrøm LSK
2018-19 Champions League R32 2–2, 1–0 Juventus
R16 1–1, 0–2 Lillestrøm LSK

Current squad

As of 12 August 2019[4][5]

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 Katrine Abel
2 DF Rebeka Winther
4 DF Linnéa Svensson
5 MF Josefine Hasbo
7 MF Freja Abildå
8 MF Emilie Henriksen
9 MF Nanna Christiansen
10 MF Louise Kristiansen
12 DF Olivia Drost
13 FW Kamilla Karlsen
14 FW Lærke Dreyer
No. Position Player
15 FW Frederikke Lindhardt
16 FW Nicoline Sørensen
17 MF Julie Tavlo Petersson
19 FW Cecilie Lindqvist
21 FW Maria Hovmark
22 MF Mille Gejl
23 MF Louise Ringsing
24 DF Caroline Pleidrup
26 GK Mira Pastoft

Former players

For details of former players, see Category:Brøndby IF (women) players.

References

  1. dbu.dk, List of Champions
  2. dbu.dk, List of Cup winners
  3. 2011 Cup results Archived May 5, 2011, at the Wayback Machine
  4. "Brøndby IF (k)". bold.dk. Retrieved 16 January 2019.
  5. "Spillerliste". brondbyif.net. Retrieved 16 January 2019.


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