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F.C. Copenhagen
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Full name Football Club København
Nickname(s) Byens Hold (The City's Team)

Løverne (The Lions)

Short name FCK
Founded 1 July 1992
Ground Parken, Copenhagen
(Capacity: 38,065)
Owner Parken Sport & Entertainment
Chairman Flag of Denmark Bo Rygaard
Manager Flag of Norway Ståle Solbakken
Current League Superliga 
2019–20 Superliga, 2nd
Website Club home page
FC Copenhagen 2016-17 homeFC Copenhagen 2016-17 away

Football Club Copenhagen is a professional Danish football club in Copenhagen, Denmark. F.C. Copenhagen is the most successful club in the history of Danish football having won the Danish Football Championship thirteen times, and the Danish Cup eight times. Copenhagen is also the highest ranked Scandinavian club in the UEFA team rankings list.

In 1992, F.C. Copenhagen was founded through the amalgamation of 15-time Danish football champions Kjøbenhavns Boldklub and seven-time Danish football champions Boldklubben 1903. Copenhagen plays its matches at the Telia Parken, which also serves as the venue for Denmark national football team matches. Since its founding, Copenhagen has had a fierce rivalry with Copenhagen suburban club Brøndby IF, and the so-called "New Firm" games between the two sides have attracted some of the biggest crowds in Danish football history. Copenhagen qualified for the 2006–07 edition of the UEFA Champions League, the first time in the club's history. Three years later, they became the first Danish club ever to reach the knockout stage of the Champions League.

Club alumni

Former players

Main article: F.C. Copenhagen players

Managers

Main article: F.C. Copenhagen managers

Honours

National

Other trophies

External links

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History: Seasons

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F.C. Copenhagen squad - 2020–21

1 Andersen · 2 Høgli · 3 Augustinsson · 5 Johansson · 6 Kvist · 7 Verbič · 8 Matić · 11 Cornelius · 14 Thomsen · 15 Antonsson · 16 Greguš · 17 Kusk · 19 Santander · 20 Boilesen · 22 Ankersen · 23 Pavlović · 24 Toutouh · 25 Zanka · 26 Okore · 31 Olsen · 32 Amankwaa · 33 Falk · 37 Kristoffersen · 41 Christensen ·

Danish Superliga 2019–20

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