Denmark national football team results (1930–1949)

This is a list of the Denmark national football team results from 1908 to 1929.[1]

During this period, Denmark played 87 games. They played in four editions of the Nordic Football Championship in 1929-32, 1933-36, 1937-47 and 1948-51, but failed to win a single one.[2]

1930sEdit

# Date Venue Opponents Score Comp Denmark scorers
74 1930-06-16 Pallokenttä, Helsinki (A) Finland 6–1 NC Henry Hansen, Eyolf Kleven, Kai Uldaler (2), Svend Aage Eriksen, Pauli Jørgensen
75 1930-06-22 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 6–1 NC Pauli Jørgensen (3), Svend Aage Eriksen, Eyolf Kleven, Knud Christophersen
76 1930-09-07 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Germany 6–3 F Eyolf Kleven, Pauli Jørgensen (3), Ernst Nilsson, Knud Christophersen
77 1930-09-21 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo (A) Norway 0–1 NC
78 1931-05-25 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Norway 3–1 NC Pauli Jørgensen (2), Knud Christophersen
79 1931-06-14 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Netherlands 0–2 F
80 1931-06-28 Stockholms Stadium, Stockholm (A) Sweden 1–3 NC Pauli Jørgensen
81 1931-09-27 Hindenburg Stadium, Hanover (A) Germany 2–4 F Ernst Nielsen, Pauli Jørgensen
82 1931-10-11 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Finland 2–3 NC Kai Uldaler, own goal (Jarl Malmgren)
83 1932-06-05 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Belgium 3–4 F Henry Hansen, Knud Christophersen, Pauli Jørgensen
84 1932-06-19 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 3–1 NC Henry Hansen, Svend Petersen, Pauli Jørgensen
85 1932-08-30 Pallokenttä, Helsinki (A) Finland 2–4 NC Pauli Jørgensen (2)
86 1932-09-25 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo (A) Norway 2–1 NC Pauli Jørgensen, Henry Hansen
87 1932-10-09 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Scotland[a] 3–1 F Pauli Jørgensen, Knud Christophersen, Georg Taarup
88 1933-06-11 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Norway 2–2 NC Eigil Thielsen (2)
89 1933-06-18 Stockholms Stadium, Stockholm (A) Sweden 3–2 NC Pauli Jørgensen, Eyolf Kleven (2)
90 1933-10-11 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Finland 2–0 NC Georg Taarup, Kai Uldaler
91 1933-11-26 Heysel Stadion, Brussels (A) Belgium 2–2 F Kai Uldaler (2)
92 1934-05-21 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Poland 4–2 F Kai Uldaler (2), Pauli Jørgensen (2)
93 1934-06-17 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 3–5 NC Kai Uldaler, Pauli Jørgensen (2)
94 1934-07-03 Tölö bollplan, Helsinki (A) Finland 1–2 NC Carl Lundsteen
95 1934-09-23 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo (A) Norway 1–3 NC Carl Lundsteen
96 1934-10-07 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Germany 2–5 F Carl Lundsteen, Carl Stoltz
97 1935-06-16 Gamla Ullevi, Gothenburg (A) Sweden 1–3 NC Pauli Jørgensen
98 1935-06-23 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Norway 1–0 NC own goal (Thøger Nordbø)
99 1935-10-06 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Finland 5–1 NC Eigil Thielsene, Kai Uldaler (2), Knud Sørensen, Eyolf Kleven
100 1935-10-03 Olympic Stadium, Amsterdam (A) Netherlands 0–3 F
101 1936-06-14 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 4–3 NC Helmuth Søbirk, own goal (Svend Andersson), Pauli Jørgensen, Eigil Thielsen
102 1936-06-30 Tölö bollplan, Helsinki (A) Finland 4–1 NC Pauli Jørgensen (2), Eyolf Kleven, Kaj Hansen
103 1936-09-20 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo (A) Norway 3–3 NC Helmuth Søbirk (2), Pauli Jørgensen
104 1936-10-04 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Poland 2–1 F Carl Stoltz (2)
105 1937-05-16 Hermann Göring Stadium, Breslau (A) Germany 0–8 F
106 1937-06-13 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Norway 5–1 NC Eyolf Kleven, Helmuth Søbirk (2), Kaj Hansen, Peder Rasmussen
107 1937-09-12 Piłsudski Stadium, Warszawa (A) Poland 1–3 F Jørgen Iversen
108 1937-10-03 Råsunda Stadium, Stockholm (A) Sweden 2–1 NC Knud H.M. Andersen, Helmuth Søbirk
109 1937-10-17 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Finland 2–1 NC Knud H.M. Andersen, Alex Friedmann
110 1938-06-21 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 0–1 NC
111 1938-08-31 Pallokenttä, Helsinki (A) Finland 1–2 NC Arne Sørensen
112 1938-09-18 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo (A) Norway 1–1 NC Kaj Hansen
113 1938-10-23 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Netherlands 2–2 F Kai Uldaler, Reinholdt Christensen
114 1939-06-15 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Finland 5–0 OT Eigil Thielsen, Kaj Hansen (2), Helmuth Søbirk (2)
115 1939-06-18 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Norway 6–3 OT Pauli Jørgensen (3), Eigil Thielsen, Arne Sørensen, Walther Christensen
116 1939-06-25 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Germany 0–2 F
117 1939-09-17 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Finland 8–1 NC Arno Nielsen, Oskar Theisen (3), own goal (R. Lindbäck), Pauli Jørgensen, Svend Albrechtsen, Helmuth Søbirk
118 1939-10-01 Råsunda Stadium, Stockholm (A) Sweden 1–4 NC Pauli Jørgensen
119 1939-10-22 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Norway 4–1 NC Svend Albrechtsen, Alex Friedmann, Pauli Jørgensen (2)
  1. ^ Scotland was represented by its amateur team and does not regard the match as a full international.[3][4][5]

1940sEdit

# Date Venue Opponents Score Comp Denmark scorers
120 1940-10-06 Råsunda Stadium, Stockholm (A) Sweden 1–1 F Børge Mathiesen
121 1940-10-20 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 3–3 F Kaj Hansen (3)
122 1940-11-17 Victoria-Stadion Hoheluft, Hamburg (A) Germany 0–1 F
123 1941-09-14 Råsunda Stadium, Stockholm (A) Sweden 2–2 F Johannes Pløger, Kaj Hansen
124 1941-10-19 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 2–1 F Johannes Pløger, Kaj Hansen
125 1941-11-16 Sportclub Stadion, Dresden (A) Germany 1–1 F Kaj Hansen
126 1942-06-28 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 0–3 F
127 1942-10-04 Råsunda Stadium, Stockholm (A) Sweden 1–2 F Arne Sørensen
128 1943-06-20 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 3–2 F Kaj Christiansen (2), Johannes Pløger
129 1945-06-24 Råsunda Stadium, Stockholm (A) Sweden 1–2 F Helmuth Søbirk
130 1945-06-01 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 3–4 F Karl Aage Hansen (2), Kaj Hansen
131 1945-08-26 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 4–2 F Kaj Christiansen (2), Karl Aage Hansen, Aage Rou Jensen
132 1945-09-09 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo (A) Norway 5–1 F Helge Bronée, Hans Viggo Jensen, Karl Aage Hansen (2), Carl Aage Præst
133 1945-09-30 Råsunda Stadium, Stockholm (A) Sweden 1–4 F Gustaf Pålsson
134 1946-06-16 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo (A) Norway 1–2 F Jørgen Leschly Sørensen
135 1946-06-23 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 3–1 F Johannes Pløger, Jørgen Leschly Sørensen, Carl Aage Præst
136 1946-07-08 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Norway 2–0 F Carl Aage Præst, Arne Sørensen
137 1946-07-17 Reykjavík Stadion, Reykjavík (A) Iceland 3–0 F Karl Aage Hansen, Kaj Christiansen, Jørgen Leschly Sørensen
138 1946-09-01 Helsinki Olympic Stadium, Helsinki (A) Finland 5–2 F Ivan Jensen, Johannes Pløger, Erling Sørensen (2), Carl Aage Præst
139 1946-10-06 Gamla Ullevi, Gothenburg (A) Sweden 3–3 F Carl Aage Præst, Jørgen Leschly Sørensen, Karl Aage Hansen
140 1946-10-20 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Norway 7–1 F Karl Aage Hansen (4), Jørgen Leschly Sørensen, Carl Aage Præst (2)
141 1947-06-15 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 1–4 NC Karl Aage Hansen
142 1947-06-20 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Czechoslovakia 2–2 F Carl Aage Præst, Karl Aage Hansen
143 1947-06-26 Råsunda Stadium, Stockholm (A) Sweden 1–6 OT Jørgen Leschly Sørensen
144 1947-09-21 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo (A) Norway 5–3 NC own goal (Gunnar Hansen), Jørgen W. Hansen (2), Carl Aage Præst (2)
145 1947-10-05 Aarhus Stadion, Aarhus (H) Finland 4–1 NC Jørgen W. Hansen, Carl Aage Præst (2), Jørgen Leschly Sørensen
146 1948-06-12 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Norway 1–2 NC Ivan Jensen
147 1948-06-15 Helsinki Olympic Stadium, Helsinki (A) Finland 3–0 NC John Hansen, Kaj Christiansen, Harald Lyngsaa
148 1948-06-26 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Poland 8–0 F Karl Aage Hansen (2), Carl Aage Præst (3), John Hansen (2), Johannes Pløger
149 1948-07-31 Selhurst Park, London (N) Egypt 3–1
(aet)
OG Karl Aage Hansen (2), Johannes Pløger
150 1948-08-05 Highbury, London (N) Italy 5–3 OG John Hansen (4), Johannes Pløger
151 1948-08-10 Wembley Stadium, London (N) Sweden 2–4 OG Holger Seebach, John Hansen
152 1948-08-13 Wembley Stadium, London (A) Great Britain 5–3 OG Carl Aage Præst (2), John Hansen (2), Jørgen Leschly Sørensen
153 1948-09-26 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) England 0–0 F
154 1948-10-10 Råsunda Stadium, Stockholm (A) Sweden 0–1 NC
155 1949-06-12 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Netherlands 1–2 F Svend Jørgen Hansen
156 1949-06-19 Stadion Wojska Polskiego, Warszawa (A) Poland 2–1 OT Frank Reckendorff, Knud Lundberg
157 1949-08-07 Aarhus Stadion, Aarhus (H) Iceland 5–1 F Knud Lundberg, Jens Peter Hansen (2), Kaj Frandsen, Frank Reckendorff
158 1949-09-11 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Finland 0–2 NC
159 1949-09-11 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo (A) Norway 2–0 NC Frank Reckendorff, Jens Peter Hansen
160 1949-10-23 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 3–2 NC Claes Petersen, Jørgen W. Hansen, Edwin Hansen
161 1949-12-11 Olympic Stadion, Amsterdam (A) Netherlands 1–0 F Harald Lyngsaa

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "DENMARK - Overview of Official Internationals". RSSSF. 7 April 2022. Retrieved 12 June 2022.
  2. ^ "Nordic Championships - Overview". RSSSF. 21 December 2017. Retrieved 12 June 2022.
  3. ^ Brian McColl. "Forgotten Glories – British Amateur Internationals 1901–1974" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 28 July 2017. Retrieved 16 July 2017.
  4. ^ Denmark v Scotland, 09 October 1932, 11v11.com
  5. ^ Danmark - Skotland 3–1, Danish Football Union (in Danish)

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