Henrik Clausen (born 3 May 1971) is a Danish football manager. He has most notably been the manager of Odense BK.

Henrik Clausen
Personal information
Full name Henrik Clausen
Date of birth (1971-05-03) 3 May 1971 (age 48)
Place of birth Denmark
Playing position Manager
Teams managed
Years Team
1994–1997 Odense BK (youth)
1998–2000 Odense BK (reserves)
1998–2001 Odense BK (assistant)
2001–2003 Vejle BK (assistant)
2004–2006 Odense BK (youth)
2006–2008 Odense BK (reserves)
2008–2009 Odense BK (youth)
2010 Odense BK (fitness coach)
2010–2012 Odense BK
2013–2015 Denmark U18
2015–2016 Denmark U21 (assistant)
2016– Denmark U19

His career as a player ended in 1990 when Clausen was 19 years old due to an injury.[1]

In 1994, he took up coaching and has worked with Odense BK for the most of his career. On 7 November 2010 he was named new head coach of Odense BK's Superliga team.[2] OB did well after he took charge, finishing in second place behind F.C. Copenhagen in the 2010-11 season leading to qualification for the UEFA Champions League. However the results in the following season was mixed, and Clausen was sacked by OB on 26 March 2012 following an embarrassing 2-4 home defeat against HB Køge.[3]

On 12 June 2013 he was named new manager of the Danish national under-18 football team.[4] In November 2015 he became assistant manager of the Danish national under-21 football team.[5]

He has a university degree in chemistry and sports.[6]