|Full name||Middelfart Boldklub|
|Founded||25 May 1900, as Middelfart G&IK|
1948 , as Middelfart G&BK
2015 , as Middelfart Boldklub
|Ground||Middelfart Stadion, Middelfart|
|League||Danish 2nd Division|
|2018–19||Danish 2nd Division Group 2, 1st|
Promotion group, 4th
Middelfart Gymnastik & Idræts Klub (MG&IK) was founded on 25 May 1900 and shortly after the end of World War II it merged with the its local neighbours from Middelfart Boldklub. Since 2015, the football department of Middelfart G&BK has been organised under the name Middelfart Boldklub ApS with the aim of transitioning into a professional football club, whereas the amateur section has continued under the name Middelfart G&BK. Middelfart Boldklub therefore has the license to the divisional team (third highest level of Danish football) and leases the Middelfart G&BK facility. Thereby, Middelfart Boldklub also has access to the pitches and clubhouse and uses the stadium, Middelfart Stadion at Adlerhusvej, where there are also changing rooms and public facilities.
On 21 November 2015, Middelfart Boldklub signed its first professional player, Oluwafemi Ajilore after the Danish Football Union (DBU) has approved the club as an Anpartsselskab ("private company limited by shares").
- As of 20 August 2020
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
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- "Historie". middelfartboldklub.dk. Middelfart Boldklub. Retrieved 21 April 2020. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
- Larsen, Henrik (3 October 2015). "Hov, pludselig nyt navn og ny direktør". fyens.dk. Fyens Stiftstidende. Retrieved 21 April 2020. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
- Rasmussen, Leif (21 November 2015). "DBU godkender Middelfart til kontrakt-fodbold". fyens.dk. Fyens Stiftstidende. Retrieved 21 April 2020. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
- Official website for the amateur section (in Danish)