|Association|| Danish Football Association |
|Head coach||Jesper Sørensen|
|Most caps||Jonas Kamper (39)|
|Top scorer||Marcus Ingvartsen (17)|
|Home stadium||Vejle Stadium|
| Denmark 0–2 Norway |
(Holstebro, Denmark; 25 August 1976)
| Denmark 9–0 Luxembourg |
(Farum, Denmark; 11 October 2002)
| Bulgaria 6–0 Denmark |
(Sofia, Bulgaria; 25 April 1989)
|Appearances||2 (first in 1992 )|
|Best result||8th (2016)|
|UEFA U-21 Championship|
|Appearances||7 (first in 1978 )|
|Best result||Semi-finals (1992), (2015)|
The Denmark national under-21 football team has played since 1976 and is controlled by the Danish Football Association. Before 1976, the age limit was 23 years.
|UEFA European Under-21 Championship record||Qualification record|
|1980||Did not qualify||4||1||0||3||3||4||−1|
|1988||Did not qualify||6||2||2||2||7||6||+1|
|1994||Did not qualify||8||4||0||4||12||9||+3|
|2007||Did not qualify||2||1||0||1||3||2||+1|
|2011||Group stage||6th||3||1||0||2||3||5||−2||Qualified as hosts|
|2013||Did not qualify||8||4||4||0||19||8||+11|
|Until 1988||See Denmark national football team|
|Barcelona 1992||Group stage||3||0||2||1||1||4|
|Atlanta 1996||Did not qualify|
|Rio de Janeiro 2016||Quarter-finals||4||1||1||2||1||6|
|Tokyo 2020||Did not qualify|
|12 January 2020 Friendly||Denmark||3–1||Slovakia||Belek, Turkey|
|15.00|| Lindstrøm 6'|
|Report||Baumgartner 74'||Stadium: Calista Sports Center|
|4 September 2020 2021 UEFA EC Qualification||Denmark||1-1||Ukraine||Aalborg, Denmark|
|18.00|| Bech 48'|
Riis Jakobsen 85'
Riis Jakobsen 95'
|Report||Sikan 74'||Stadium: Aalborg Stadium |
Referee: Jochem Kamphuis (Netherlands)
|8 September 2020 2021 UEFA EC Qualification||Northern Ireland||0-1||Denmark||Ballymena, Northern Ireland|
| Larkin 75'|
|Report||Skov Olsen 76'||Stadium: Ballymena Showgrounds |
Referee: Igor Pajač (Croatia)
|9 October 2020 2021 UEFA EC Qualification||Malta||1-3||Denmark||Ta' Qali, Malta|
| Zerafa 52'|
|Report|| Holse 55'|
|Stadium: Centenary Stadium |
Referee: Aristotelis Diamantopoulos (Greece)
|13 October 2020 2021 UEFA EC Qualification||Denmark||2-1||Finland||Aalborg, Denmark|
| Jensen 2'|
|Report||Forss 51'||Stadium: Aalborg Stadium |
Referee: Besfort Kasumi (Kosovo)
|25 March 2021 2021 UEFA EC |
|21.00|| Lindstrøm 49'|
|Report|| Gouiri 41'|
|Stadium: Haladás Sportkomplexum |
Referee: Irfan Peljto (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
|28 March 2021 2021 UEFA EC |
|21.00|| Isaksen 5'|
|Report|| Þorsteinsson 26'|
|Stadium: Gyirmóti Stadion |
Referee: Halil Umut Meler (Turkey)
|31 March 2021 2021 UEFA EC |
|18.00|| Bruun Larsen 10'|
|Report|| Yevgenyev 63'|
|Stadium: Haladás Sportkomplexum |
Referee: Maurizio Mariani (Italy)
|31 May 2021 2021 UEFA EC |
|18.00||Report||Stadium: MOL Aréna Sóstó |
Referee: Guillermo Cuadra Fernández (Spain)
|3 September 2021 Friendly||Denmark||1-1||Greece||Gladsaxe, Danmark|
|18:00||Isaksen 7'||Report||Ioannidis 52'||Stadium: Gladsaxe Stadium |
|7 September 2021 2023 UEFA EC |
|16:00|| Sagnayev 44'|
Sovet 73' 78'
|Report|| Kristiansen 25'|
|Stadium: Astana Arena |
Referee: Dejan Jakimovski (Macedonia)
The following players were called up for the friendly game against Greece and the 2023 UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualification Group I game against Kazakhstan in September 2021.
Caps and goals as of 28 August 2021.
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club|
|GK||Filip Jørgensen||16 April 2002||0||0||Villarreal|
|GK||Lucas Lund||19 March 2000||0||0||Viborg|
|GK||Mads Hermansen||11 July 2000||0||0||Brøndby|
|DF||Anton Skipper||13 March 2000||1||0||Brøndby|
|DF||Frederik Winther||4 January 2001||0||0||Augsburg|
|DF||Mathias Ross||15 January 2001||0||0||AaB|
|DF||Nikolas Dyhr||18 June 2000||1||0||Midtjylland|
|DF||Oliver Villadsen||16 November 2001||0||0||Nordsjælland|
|DF||Rasmus Carstensen||10 November 2000||7||0||Silkeborg|
|DF||Sebastian Hausner||11 April 2000||2||0||AGF|
|DF||Victor Kristiansen||16 December 2002||1||0||Copenhagen|
|MF||Albert Grønbæk||23 May 2001||0||0||AGF|
|MF||Gustav Isaksen||19 April 2001||8||2||Midtjylland|
|MF||Nicolas Madsen||17 March 2000||4||0||Midtjylland|
|MF||Mads Bidstrup||25 February 2001||0||0||Brentford|
|MF||Maurits Kjærgaard||26 June 2003||0||0||Red Bull Salzburg|
|MF||Morten Frendrup||7 April 2001||0||0||Brøndby|
|MF||Victor Jensen||8 February 2000||3||2||Ajax|
|FW||William Bøving||1 March 2003||0||0||Copenhagen|
|FW||Magnus Warming||8 June 2000||0||0||Torino|
|FW||Mikkel Kaufmann||3 January 2001||0||0||Hamburger SV|
|FW||Nikolai Baden||18 May 2000||2||0||Vitesse|
|FW||Wahid Faghir||29 July 2003||2||1||VfB Stuttgart|
Because of the age restriction, a player can't be in the team for very long and the most promising young players spend little time with the under-21 team before making their senior national team debut.
|Rank||Player||Club(s)||U-21 Caps||U-21 Goals||Year(s)|
|2||Lasse Vigen Christensen||Fulham||38||5||2013–2017|
|3||Martin Jørgensen||AGF, Udinese||31||9||1994–1997|
|Victor Nelsson||Nordsjælland, Copenhagen||1||2017–|
|6||Rasmus Würtz||Skive, AaB||29||1||2002–2006|
|Lucas Andersen||Ajax, Willem II, Grasshopper||6||2012–2017|
|Marcus Ingvartsen||Nordsjælland, Genk||17||2015–2019|
|9||Martin Pedersen||AaB, SønderjyskE||28||0||2002–2006|
|Jannik Vestergaard|| 1899 Hoffenheim, Werder Bremen,|
Note:Club(s) represents the permanent clubs during the player's time in the under-21 national team. Players in bold have played at least one game for the senior Danish national team.
|Rank||Player||Club(s)||U-21 Goals||U-21 Caps||Year(s)|
|1||Marcus Ingvartsen||Nordsjælland, Genk||17||29||2015–2019|
|3||Nicki Bille||Reggina, Martina, Nordsjælland, Villarreal||15||24||2007–2011|
|5||Thomas Kahlenberg||Brøndby, Auxerre||10||26||2002–2006|
|6||Preben Elkjær||Vanløse, 1. FC Köln, Lokeren||9||9||1976–1979|
|Martin Jørgensen||AGF, Udinese||31||1994–1997|
|9||Bent Jensen||B 1913||8||10||1966–1968|
|Per Frandsen||B 1903, Lille||21||1989–1992|
|Miklos Molnar||Frem, Standard Liège, Lyngby||21||1989–1992|
Note:Club(s) represents the permanent clubs represented in the games in which the player's scored for the under-21 national team. Players in bold have played at least one game for the senior Danish national team.
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