|Full name||Boldklubben Fremad Amager |
Fremad Amager Elite ApS
|Nickname(s)||Englene (en: The Angels)|
|Founded||10 June 1910|
|Capacity||7,200 (2,500 seated)|
|Chairman||Erik Truelsen |
(mother club / amateur section)
Jerome André Pierre Solamito
|Head coach||Azrudin Valentić|
|League||Danish 1st Division|
|2017–18||Danish 1st Division, 9th|
Boldklubben Fremad Amager (Fremad A for short) is a Danish professional football club based in the district of Amager Vest, Copenhagen. As of the 2018/19-season, the club's first senior men's team play in 1st Division (level 2). The club consists of an amateur department and a professional section, that is primarily owned by Fremad Amager Elite ApS – a private limited company created on 2 December 2013, initially with 80/20% ownership split between the new investors and the remaining 20% by the members – and small portion by the club's amateur department. The club have primarily played their home games at Sundby Idrætspark since the stadium's inauguration in 1922. Fremad Amager's last spell in the highest football league in Denmark was in the autumn of 1994. Ever since the first participation in the first nationwide league tournament in 1927, and subsequent promotion in 1929, the club has spent the majority of its history — with the exception of two seasons — in the different divisional structures (known as "Danmarksturneringen i fodbold"). The club reached the Danish Cup final in 1971/72-season while playing at the second highest league level, but lost against Vejle Boldklub, who had also won the Danish championship in 1971. As a result, BK Fremad Amager participated in the 1972–73 European Cup Winners' Cup, but did not advance beyond the first round.
The club was co-founder of the representative team Alliancen in 1940 and in 1949 they also became members of the competing representative team Stævnet until both football combinations ceased existing in the 1980s. On 1 July 2008, the club participated in the formation of the superstructure FC Amager together with neighbouring clubs Dragør Boldklub, Kastrup Boldklub and Kløvermarken FB. The merger was short-lived. After only 8-month of existence, the merger club went bankrupt in March 2009 at the start of second half of the 2008–09 season. The league licence, that the merger team was playing under, was returned to Fremad Amager, who was relegated to the lower ranking regional football league, Copenhagen Series, shortly before the club's 100 years anniversary. Being described as a working class team, the Sundbyvester-based club enjoy long-standing rivalries against neighbouring clubs Boldklubben Frem, Kastrup Boldklub and Boldklubben 1908.
|Match poster for the club's home game against Nyborg G&IF on 17 April 19?? during their tenure in the Danish 3rd Division.|
|Match poster for the 1971-72 Danish Cup final against Vejle Boldklub on 11 May 1972, played at Københavns Idrætspark.|
|Match poster for their European Cup Winners' Cup game against KS Besa, played at Valby Idrætspark, on 13 September 1972.|
- 1 Colours and crest
- 2 Players
- 3 Personnel
- 4 Club's honours
- 5 Achievements
- 6 References
- 7 External links
Colours and crest
BK Fremad Amager's official colour scheme is blue and white. The shirt design have had several variations to its design throughout the club's history. The club's first playing kit after its foundation was inspired by the blue and white striped shirt and black shorts worn by the players of one of the period's best Danish association football teams, Kjøbenhavns Boldklub (KB). In the early years of the club, the shirt design was not standardised, and several variations (e.g. collars vs. round-necks, striped vs. single colour sleeves and the same number of stripes not aligned in the same formation) appeared during matches. A few years before the club's promotion to the KBUs Mesterskabsrække in the 1920s, an entire black home kit dominated by a red thick "V"-shaped pattern in the front and back, starting from the shoulders going all the way down to the players stomach/lower back, was adopted. In 1945, a slow transition to a new shirt design was initiated, when the club's youth and senior teams started playing in a blue shirt with white collar and white sleeves, white shorts and blue socks, but did not completely leave the previous black/red shirt design behind until the following year. For many years this kit design was mentioned directly in the second paragraph in the club's statutes (e.g. ratified on 2 February 2005), but the sentences have since February 2008 been simplified to only include a reference to a blue shirt, while the away kit can have different colours. The current home kit's basic design consists of a blue shirt, white shorts and blue socks, which was first used in 1973. Combinations of or deviations from the home and away kit design have occurred, including temporarily using a third unofficial kit design or colour, to accommodate an unexpected situation before or during a match. During a 1927–28 KBUs Mesterskabsrække match against BK Frem at Københavns Idrætspark on 6 May 1928, the players was forced to change their outfit from red shirts and white shorts in the first half to red shirts and black shorts in the second half, because the combination were too similar to BK Frem's kit (red/blue vertical striped shirts and white shorts).
The current club crest was introduced in the summer of 1952, featuring a shield with the club's name in capital, oblique letters across the midsection in a left to right diagonal line, with a 1950-era 18-panel ball (model without laces) in the top left corner and the letter A (short for Amager) in the bottom right corner. It replaced the club's first crest, a circular emblem featuring a black and white vintage eight panel stitched ball with five laces on the left side (known from beginning of the 20th century, appearance identical to a basketball), with the name of the club in capital letters across the top section (the letters "R" and "A" interlocking each other and the letters "F" and "D" extended in a simplified calligraphy style). The club's second crest first featured on the player's left chest on the shirt at the start of the 1950s, but disappeared shortly hereafter, and did not reappear as a regular component until the 2000s. The names of the original designers of both crests are unknown. Professionalism in Danish association football was introduced during the 1970s, making way for prize checks to the players and shirt sponsors. The first sponsor displayed on the front of the player's shirts was the local company Storno, who signed a two-years contract for the period 1970-71. For the club's centenary celebrations in 2010, a special emblem was inscribed in a green-coloured wreath consisting of crossed conventionalized branches of the olive tree (similar to the flag of the United Nations) and text above and below the shield noting the centenary.
Kit manufacturers and shirt sponsors
|Years||Kit manufacturer||Main shirt sponsor||Back of shirt sponsor|
|Brand||Company name||Brand||Company name|
|2010–2012||Adidas||Hotel Amager PUB||N/A|
|2012–2014||Fagfolkenes Flytteforening||Clausen's Service|
|2014–2016||City Container||Hafnov's Ejendomsservice|
Out on loan
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Notable former players
Retiring of shirt numbers is not a custom followed by the club's board. Only once have a number been officially retired in honor of the official fan club, the first incarnation of De Blå/Hvide Engle (1993–2008), as a reference to the fans being the twelfth man on the team. The proposal, originally conceived by the fan club in the fall of 2007, was however short-lived and 12 was quickly reinstated as a valid shirt number in the wake of the introduction of an official fan club, named Øens Ørne (2008–2009), for the superstructure FC Amager. The original fan club was refounded in the fall of 2009.
Current technical staff
|Chairman of the Board||Jerome André Pierre Solamito|
|Chief Executive Officer||Claus Michael Jahn|
|Sports Director||Timur Daguev|
|Head Coach||Azrudin Valentić|
|Goalkeeping Coach||Jesper Christiansen|
|Chairman (amateur section)||Erik Truelsen|
Head coach history
Before the club's permanent introduction of the position as head coach/trainer, the line-up for each game and training was headed by members of a match selection committee, that also consisted of members from the board and players, all headed by a chairman. The person responsible for direction of the first senior team has since traditionally been given the title of head coach/trainer, and was first held by Sophus Hansen in 1928. The Amager-based club introduced the manager title for the first time on 1 January 2002, when Michele Guarini assumed the role as both manager and head coach/trainer. Between 27 October 2006 and 29 March 2007, Benny Johansen was given the title of manager/sports director with the primary responsibility for e.g. tactical match team composition, playing strategy and training planning, while Peer F. Hansen was given the title of first senior team coach/trainer and second in line under the manager. The tasks related to the manager/sports director position have varied, but more responsibilities have generally been given to the head coach.
Following the declaration of bankruptcy of the professional superstructure, FC Amager on 30 March 2009, the reserve team of BK Fremad Amager did formally not obtain an official status as the amateur club's new first senior men's team until the end of the 2008/09-season, when the league license was returned to the club. Effective immediately, all players and the coaching staff were released from their contractual obligations with FC Amager, including Michael Madsen. Hence, Lars Randrup, who was the head coach for the club's reserve team in the Copenhagen Series between 30 March and 30 June 2009, is not regarded as the club's official head coach during the intervening period. The Amager-club's first and only coaching-duo, Kim Petersen and Alex Andreasen, shared the role and responsibilities of head and assistant coach evenly in the fall season of 2009.
|John Sinding||Denmark||1988||1? August 1990|||
|Poul Mathiasen||Denmark||1? August 1990||1990|||
|Tonni "Numme" Nielsen||Denmark||1 January 1991||12 October 1995|||
|Ole Rasmussen||Denmark||12 October 1995||22 October 1995|||
|Torben Storm||Denmark||23 October 1995||30 June 1998|||
|Michael Schäfer||Denmark||1 July 1998||30 June 2001|||
|Jean Cetti Jensen||Denmark||1 July 2001||22 August 2001|||
|Torben "Theo" Hansen||Denmark||22 August 2001||17 September 2001|||
|Michele Guarini||Denmark||24 September 2001||30 September 2004|||
|Benny Johansen||Denmark||4 October 2004||27 October 2006|||
|Peer F. Hansen||Denmark||27 October 2006||29 May 2007|||
|Jakob Friis-Hansen||Denmark||29 May 2007||5 May 2008|||
|Michael Madsen||Denmark||7 May 2008
1 July 2008S
|30 June 2008
30 March 2009S
|Kim Petersen & Alex Andreasen||Denmark||1 July 2009||31 December 2009|||
|Kjeld Uhre Møller||Denmark||1 January 2010||30 June 2011|||
|Martin Jungsgaard||Denmark||1 July 2011||22 June 2012|||
|Peer F. Hansen||Denmark||23 June 2012||14 October 2012|||
|Tim Ilsø||Denmark||15 October 2012||30 June 2014|||
|John "Faxe" Jensen||Denmark||1 July 2014||30 June 2018|||
|Jan Michaelsen||Denmark||1 July 2018||30 October 2018|||
|Azrudin "Vali" Valentić||Bosnia and Herzegovina||31 October 2018||Present|||
- : Managers with this symbol in the "Name" column are italicised to denote caretaker appointments.
- : Persons with this symbol in the "Name" column denote status as a playing head coach/trainer.
- S: Fremad Amager participated in the professional superstructure, FC Amager (July 2008–March 2009), effectively making it the club's official representative/first senior men's team.
- Persons with this symbol in the "Name" column denote an expended sick leave during their tenure.
- : Honour achieved by the reserve team.
- 1: Level 1: Landsfodboldturneringen (1912–1927), Danmarksmesterskabsturneringen (1927–1929, 1940–1945), Mesterskabsserien (1929–1940), 1. Division (1945–1990), Superligaen (1991–present)
- 2: Level 2: Oprykningsserien (1929–1936), II. Serie (1936–1940), 2. Division (1945–1990), Kvalifikationsligaen (1992s, 1993s, 1994s, 1995s), 1. Division (1991–present)
- 3: Level 3: 3. Division (1945–1990), 2. Division (1991–present)
- 4: Level 4: Kvalifikationsturneringen (1946–1965), Danmarksserien for herrer (1966–present)
- 5: Level 5 (Level 1 under DBU Copenhagen): Mesterskabsrækken (1920–1936), A-rækken (1936–1947), Københavnsserien A / Københavnsserien B (1947–1977), Københavnsserien (1978–present)
- 6: Level 6 (Level 2 under DBU Copenhagen): KBUs A-række (1920–1936), KBUs B-række (1936–1947), KBUs Mellemrække (1947–1984), DBU Copenhagen Series 1 (1985–present)
- 7: Level 7 (Level 3 under DBU Copenhagen): KBUs Deltagerturnering (1920–21), KBUs B-række (1921–1936), KBUs C-række (1944–1947), KBUs A-række (1947–1984), DBU Copenhagen Series 2 (1985–present)
In 1912, two years after the club's formation, the club joined Amager Boldspil-Union (ABU) and later also participated in tournaments organized by Københavns Forstadsklubbers Boldspil Union (KFBU). The club became an extraordinary member of the Copenhagen Football Association (KBU) in 1920 and a full member in 1921, enabling the club to participate in the leagues organized by the regional organization, between 1920 and 1927, but did not qualify for the national championship play-offs, Landsfodboldturneringen. Since 1927, Fremad Amager have primarily played in the top three tiers of the Danish football league system with the exception of four seasons during two periods (1963–1964 and 2009/10–2010/11). Due to the league structures, between the 1927/28- and 1935/36-seasons, the club was made to play in both a national and regional league, which is reflected in the overview below.
- 19.5 seasons in the Highest Danish League
- 40.5 seasons in the Second Highest Danish League
- 26 seasons in the Third Highest Danish League
- 3 seasons in the Fourth Highest Danish League
- 9 seasonR in the Fifth Highest Danish League
- 7 seasonsR in the Sixth Highest Danish League
- 1 seasonR in the Seventh Highest Danish League
- Overview has been updated to include the 2018/19-season. A season is one year long.
- R: The overview details all seasons played under both the Danish FA and the Copenhagen FA since 1920, and distinguishes between participation in regional and national leagues, converted into the current situation in the Danish football league system.
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Det er egentligt noget jeg har ønsket siden jeg kom til klubben. Jeg kommer stadig til at være med til at planlægge træningen, men det bliver Per der tager sig af den daglige træning.
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Klubben har valgt et makkerpar, som deler chef- og assistentrollerne ligeligt imellem sig.
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Modstanderne fra Fremad Amager kommer iøvrigt med ny træner. Klubben fyrede torsdag Toni Nielsen, tidligere topspiller i klubben, der fra januar skal til AB og i Fremad afløses af Torben Storm. Ny her-og-nu træner i Amager-klubben er vicetræner Ole Rasmussen, der ligesom Toni Nielsen er tidligere førsteholdsspiller.
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Torben Storm, fyret træner i Landskrona, kunne i fredags læse i Ekstra Bladet, at han skulle afløse Tonny Jensen, som træner i Fremad Amager allerede i udekampen i søndags mod Svendborg. Men den historie var lidt for hurtig ude. Storm tog godt nok mod Amager, men det var for at flyve til Tunis for at holde en uges ferie. Når han returnerer på søndag er det muligt, at han allerede mandag skal stå for træningen i Fremad AMager og måske også sidde på bænken i Fremads tre sidste kampe. Storm har skrevet kontrakt med Fremad Amager fra 1. januar, men resultaterne har været dårlige - derfor vil man gerne have Storm - NU.
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Efter kun syv uger i jobbet er Jean Jensen blevet fyret med øjeblikkelig virkning.
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Derfor blev vi nødt til at tage konsekvensen og opsige samarbejdet, siger Fremad Amager-direktør Thomas Monberg. Indtil en ny træner er fundet, overtager andenholdets træner, Torben Hansen, træningen.
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Han afløser Torben Theo Hansen, som den 17. september forlod jobbet.
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Benny Johansen tiltræder i sin nye stilling i Sundby på mandag den 4. oktober.
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Madsen trænede allerede i mandags holdet, men først nu er han officielt udnævnt som træner.
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Det nye fodboldprojekt har nu sikret sig papir på en træner for fremtiden, og således har Michael Madsen underskrevet en ny treårig aftale med klubben.
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Fremad Amager kunne i lørdags præsentere sin nye cheftræner fra det kommende år: Kjeld Uhre Møller, som stoppede i Kastrup Boldklub for godt en måned siden, kommer til at stå i spidsen for Københavnsserie-holdet med den klare mission at sikre to oprykninger på stribe.
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John "Tune" Kristiansen afløste til denne kamp den afgående træner Peer F. Hansen på trænerbænken.
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- Official website for the professional section (in Danish)
- Official website for the amateur section (in Danish)