2006–07 in Danish football

The 2006–07 season in Danish football, began in July 2006 and ended in June 2007.


From the 2006–07 season, B 1909, B 1913 and Dalum IF merged into FC FYN. All three clubs played in the 2005–06 season in 2nd Division West. FC FYN will also play in the 2nd Division.

From this season, the Cup will take a make-over. The current eight rounds will be shorted to seven. The teams from 1st Division placed 1 to 4 in 2005–06 and the teams from Superligaen placed 5–12 in 2005–06 will start in the 2nd round. The teams from Superligaen placed 1–4 in 2005–06 will start in the 3rd round.

Parken Stadium will be expanded in the autumn 2006 from 42,100 seats to 42,765. The Coca-Cola stand will be demolished, and a new one will come up. The current Coca-Cola stand is from the 1950s and is the only memory from the old Idrætsparken.


National team resultsEdit

Date Venue Opponents Score* Competition Denmark scorers Report
16 August 2006 Fionia Park, Odense (H)   Poland 2–0 F Nicklas Bendtner, Dennis Rommedahl Report
1 September 2006 Brøndby Stadium, Brøndby (H)   Portugal 4–2 F Jon Dahl Tomasson, Thomas Kahlenberg, Martin Jørgensen, Nicklas Bendtner Report
6 September 2006 Laugardalsvöllur, Reykjavík (A)   Iceland 2–0 ECQF Dennis Rommedahl, Jon Dahl Tomasson Report
7 October 2006 Parken Stadium, Copenhagen (H)   Northern Ireland 0–0 ECQF Report
11 October 2006 Rheinpark Stadion, Vaduz (A)   Liechtenstein 4–0 ECQF Daniel Jensen, Michael Gravgaard, Jon Dahl Tomasson (2) Report
15 November 2006 Toyota Arena, Prague (A)   Czech Republic 1–1 F Peter Løvenkrands Report
20 January 2007 Home Depot Center, Carson, California (A)   United States 1–3 LT Dennis Sørensen Report
24 January 2007 Estadio Cuscatlán, San Salvador (A)   El Salvador 0–1 LT Report
27 January 2007 Estadio Tiburcio Carías Andino, Tegucigalpa (A)   Honduras 1–1 LT Morten Nordstrand
7 February 2007 Loftus Road, London (N)   Australia 3–1  F Jon Dahl Tomasson (2), Daniel Jensen
24 March 2007 Estadio Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid (A)   Spain 1–2  ECQF Michael Gravgaard
28 March 2007 MSV Arena, Duisburg (A)   Germany 1–0 F Nicklas Bendtner
2 June 2007 Parken Stadium, Copenhagen (H)   Sweden 0–3 (a) ECQF Daniel Agger, Jon Dahl Tomasson, Leon Andreasen
6 June 2007 Skonto Stadions, Riga (A)   Latvia 2–0 ECQF Dennis Rommedahl (2)

* Denmark scores first


  • H = Home match
  • A = Away match
  • N = Neutral site match
  • F = Friendly
  • LT = League team (non-official)
  • ECQF = European Championship 2008 Qualifying, Group F


Competition Winner Additional information
SAS Ligaen FC København
National Cup Odense Boldklub
Tele2 League Cup Brøndby IF FC København ended second and Viborg FF third.
Viasat Sport Divisionen Lyngby BK
2nd Division East Lolland Falster Alliancen
2nd Division West Skive IK


See alsoEdit