Hvidovre Idrætsforening, more commonly known as Hvidovre IF (Danish pronunciation: [ˈviðˌɒwʁɐ ˌiˀˈef]) is a Danish professional football club based in Hvidovre. The club competes in the Danish 1st Division, the second tier of Danish football, and plays its home matches at the Hvidovre Stadion.

Hvidovre IF
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Full nameHvidovre Idrætsforening
Short nameHIF
Founded15 October 1925; 97 years ago (1925-10-15)
GroundHvidovre Stadion, Copenhagen
Capacity12,000 (4,600 seated)
ChairmanMartin Krogh-Jensen
ManagerPer Frandsen
LeagueDanish 1st Division
2021–22Danish 1st Division, 3rd

Formed in 1925, the club has been crowned Danish champions three times, in 1966, 1973 and 1981, and have won the Danish Cup once, in 1980.

Current squadEdit

As of 24 July 2022

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK   DEN Marco Brylov
2 DF   DEN Daniel Stenderup
4 MF   DEN Matti Lund Nielsen
5 DF   DEN Matti Olsen
6 MF   DEN Andreas Pyndt (loan from Brøndby)
8 MF   DEN Martin Spelmann
9 FW   DEN Tobias Thomsen
11 FW   DEN Marcus Lindberg
12 MF   DEN Magnus Lysholm
13 GK   FRO Rasmus Nilsson
14 FW   DEN Christian Jakobsen
15 DF   DEN Ahmed Iljazovski
No. Pos. Nation Player
17 MF   DEN Marius Papuga
18 MF   DEN Nicklas Halse
19 FW   DEN Mohamad Al-Naser
20 DF   FRO Elias Rusborg
21 FW   DEN Morten Olsen
22 FW   DEN Andreas Smed
23 DF   DEN Nicolai Clausen
26 DF   DEN Marc Nielsen
28 MF   DEN Fredrik Carlsen
30 DF   DEN Magnus Fredslund
31 MF   DEN Louis Peña
99 GK   MNE Filip Djukic

Former playersEdit


Danish Champions: 1966, 1973, 1981

  • Runner-up: 1971
  • Third Place: 1970.

Danish Cup:

  • Winners: 1980



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