Football in Denmark
The Danish football competition is called the Superligaen. In this division teams like Copenhagen, Brøndby IF and Aalborg BK compete for the champion’s title.
On a national level the Danish squad was successful at the European Championships of 1992. After Yugoslavia’s participation in the tournament was denied, the previously unqualified Danish team became their stand-in.
To everyone’s surprise, the Danish team ended up winning the European Championship from the underdog position. Well-known Danish football players are Peter Schmeichel, Michael Landrup and Christian Eriksen.
Danish teams are very eager to improve the level of the players in their youth academy. Therefore, they regularly cross the borders of their own country to participate in high level football tournaments all over Europe. For the same reason, they are eager to invite foreign teams to visit their own youth academies.
Create your own football tour to Denmark
Curious about the way the Danish have set up their youth academies? Let us show you around this Scandinavian country. Our team knows lots of clubs in Denmark who would love to play a friendly match against foreign youth teams.
We can also arrange academy visits, coaching education tours and training sessions. The Danish capital Copenhagen is known as the birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen, a famous writer of fairy tales. Perhaps a visit to Denmark will inspire your players to live out their own football fantasy!
Why book a football tour to Denmark
- Get acquainted with the Scandinavian playing style by competing against Danish pro teams
- Denmark has a lot of pro clubs competing on the highest level
- Easily combinable with other Scandinavian countries and Germany
Tailor-made football tours
Whether you book a football tour, training camp, pre-season trip or a tournament trip: all our tours are tailor-made, to suit the needs of you and your youth players.
Choose your preferred services below and we will create your own itinerary. Would you like to maximize your players’ development potential? Why not make this a multi destination trip!