(The Red and White)
|Association||Dansk Boldspil-Union (DBU)|
|Head coach||Lars Søndergaard|
|Most caps||Katrine Pedersen (210)|
|Top scorer||Pernille Harder (66)|
|Home stadium||Energi Viborg Arena|
|Current||15 1 (20 August 2021)|
|Highest||6 (March 2007)|
|Lowest||20 (June 2016)|
| Denmark 1–0 Sweden |
(Markusböle, Finland; 27 July 1974)
| Denmark 15–0 Georgia |
(Vejle, Denmark; 24 October 2009)
| United States 7–0 Denmark |
(Orlando, United States; 24 February 1995)
|Appearances||4 (first in 1991 )|
|Best result||Quarterfinals (1991, 1995)|
|Appearances||9 (first in 1984)|
|Best result||Runners-up (2017)|
The Denmark women's national football team (Danish : Danmarks kvindelige fodboldlandshold) represents Denmark in international women's football. The team is controlled by the Danish Football Association (DBU) and competes as a member of UEFA in various international football tournaments such as the FIFA Women's World Cup, UEFA Women's Euro, the Summer Olympics, and the Algarve Cup.
The Denmark women's national football team plays their home matches on the Viborg Stadium.
|Head coach||Lars Søndergaard||December 2017|
|Assistant coach||Johanna Rasmussen||January 2021|
|Assistant coach and talent identification||Lene Terp||September 2016|
|Goalkeeper coach||Heidi Johansen||2015|
|Physiotherapist||Rikke Holm Brink||June 2015|
The following 23 players were named to the squad for the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup qualification games starting 16 September 2021.
Caps and goals are current as of 16 September 2021.
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club|
|1||GK||Lene Christensen||4 February 2000||5||0||KoldingQ|
|16||GK||Katrine Svane||17 March 1998||0||0||AGF|
|22||GK||Kathrine Larsen||5 May 1993||3||0||Klepp IL|
|2||DF||Sara Thrige||15 May 1996||14||1||AC Milan|
|3||DF||Stine Ballisager Pedersen||3 January 1994||21||2||Vålerenga|
|4||DF||Rikke Sevecke (vice-captain)||15 June 1996||31||4||Everton|
|5||DF||Karen Holmgaard||28 January 1999||13||0||Turbine Potsdam|
|18||DF||Luna Gevitz||3 March 1994||14||0||BK Häcken|
|23||DF||Sofie Svava||11 August 2000||19||1||VfL Wolfsburg|
|6||MF||Nanna Christiansen||17 June 1989||111||12||Brøndby IF|
|7||MF||Sanne Troelsgaard Nielsen||15 August 1988||155||53||FC Rosengård|
|8||MF||Emma Snerle||23 March 2001||17||0||Fortuna Hjørring|
|9||MF||Olivia Holdt||7 June 2001||2||0||Fortuna Hjørring|
|11||MF||Katrine Veje||19 June 1991||128||9||FC Rosengård|
|13||MF||Sofie Junge Pedersen||24 April 1992||69||6||Juventus|
|19||MF||Janni Thomsen||16 February 2000||7||1||Vålerenga|
|21||MF||Mille Gejl||23 September 1999||10||3||BK Häcken|
|10||FW||Pernille Harder (captain)||15 November 1992||129||66||Chelsea|
|12||FW||Stine Larsen||24 January 1996||54||15||BK Häcken|
|14||FW||Nicoline Sørensen||15 August 1997||43||8||Everton|
|15||FW||Kathrine Møller Kühl||5 July 2003||4||0||FC Nordsjælland|
|17||FW||Rikke Madsen||9 August 1997||11||1||Vålerenga|
|20||FW||Signe Bruun||6 April 1998||14||4||Lyon|
The following players have been called up to the Denmark squad within the last 12 months.
This list may be incomplete, and caps and goals may be incorrect.
|Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club||Latest call-up|
|GK||Katrine Abel||28 June 1990||17||0||Brøndby IF||v. Italy; 27 October 2020RET|
|GK||Freja Thisgaard||24 July 2002||0||0||Fortuna Hjørring||UEFA Euro qual.|
|DF||Simone Boye Sørensen||3 March 1992||65||5||Bayern Munich||v. Spain; 15 June 2021INJ|
|MF||Josefine Hasbo||20 November 2001||2||0||Brøndby IF||v. Wales; 13 April 2021|
|FW||Nadia Nadim||2 January 1988||99||38||Racing Louisville FC||v. Spain; 15 June 2021INJ|
|FW||Caroline Møller||19 December 1998||6||0||Inter||v. Spain; 15 June 2021|
|FW||Frederikke Thøgersen||24 July 1995||58||1||Fiorentina||v. Spain; 15 June 2021|
Players listed in bold are still active at national level.
Win Draw Lose Fixtures
|17 September 2020 2021 UEFA Women's EQ||Bosnia and Herzegovina||0–4||Denmark||Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|16:00||Report||Stadium: Bosnia and Herzegovina FA Training Centre |
Referee: Sandra Bastos (Portugal)
|22 September 2020 2021 UEFA Women's EQ||Malta||0–8||Denmark||Ta' Qali, Malta|
|18:30||Report||Stadium: The National Stadium|
Referee: María Dolores Martinez Madrona (Spain)
|21 October 2020 2021 UEFA Women's EQ||Denmark||4–0||Israel||Viborg, Denmark|
|18:00||Report||Stadium: Viborg Stadium |
Referee: Reelika Turi (Estonia)
|27 October 2020 2021 UEFA Women's EQ||Italy||1–3||Denmark||Empoli, Italy|
|17:30||Giacinti 60'||Report|| Giuliani 6' (o.g.)|
Nadim 17', 47'
|Stadium: Stadio Carlo Castellani |
Referee: Cheryl Foster (Wales)
|1 December 2020 2021 UEFA Women's EQ||Denmark||0–0||Italy||Viborg, Denmark|
|17:15||Report||Stadium: Viborg Stadium|
|8 April 2021 Friendly||Republic of Ireland||0–1||Denmark||Dublin, Republic of Ireland|
|19:30||Report||Stadium: Tallaght Stadium |
Referee: Louise Thompson
|13 April 2021 Friendly||Wales||1–1||Denmark||Cardiff, Wales|
|20:15||Report||Stadium: Cardiff City Stadium |
Referee: Stacey Pearson (England)
|10 June 2021 Friendly||Denmark||3–2||Australia||Horsens, Denmark|
|18:00|| Yallop 15' (o.g.)|
Arnold 25' (o.g.)
|Report|| Fowler 87'|
|Stadium: CASA Arena Horsens |
Referee: Lina Lehtovaara (Finland)
|15 June 2021 Friendly||Spain||3–0||Denmark||Alcorcón, Spain|
|19:30|| Bonmatí 45', 84'|
|Report||Stadium: Estadio de Santo Domingo |
Referee: Karoline Wacker (Germany)
|16 September 2021 World Cup 2023 qualifying||Denmark||7–0||Malta||Viborg, Denmark|
| Troelsgaard 14'|
|Report|| Zammit 72'|
|Stadium: Viborg Stadion |
Referee: Karoline Wacker (Germany)
|21 October 2021 World Cup 2023 qualifying||Denmark||v||Bosnia and Herzegovina||Viborg, Denmark|
|Stadium: Viborg Stadion|
|FIFA Women's World Cup Finals record|
|2003||Did not qualify|
|2011||Did not qualify|
|2023||To be determined|
|FIFA Women's World Cup Finals history|
|1991||Group stage||17 November||New Zealand||W 3–0||Tianhe Stadium, Guangzhou|
|19 November||China PR||D 2–2||Guangdong Provincial Stadium, Guangzhou|
|21 November||Norway||L 1–2||Ying Dong Stadium, Panyu|
|Quarter-finals||24 November||Germany||L 1–2 (aet)||Zhongshan Stadium, Zhongshan|
|1995||Group stage||6 June||Australia||W 5–0||Arosvallen, Västerås|
|8 June||United States||L 0–2||Strömvallen, Gävle|
|10 June||China PR||L 1–3||Arosvallen, Västerås|
|Quarter-finals||13 June||Norway||L 1–3||Tingvallen, Karlstad|
|1999||Group stage||19 June||United States||L 0–3||Giants Stadium, East Rutherford|
|24 June||North Korea||L 1–3||Civic Stadium, Portland|
|27 June||Nigeria||L 0–2||Jack Kent Cooke Stadium, Landover|
|2007||Group stage||12 September||China PR||L 2–3||Wuhan Stadium, Wuhan|
|15 September||New Zealand||W 2–0|
|20 September||Brazil||L 0–1||Yellow Dragon Sports Center, Hangzhou|
|Olympic Games record|
|2000||Did not qualify|
|UEFA Women's Euro record|
|1987||Did not qualify|
|1995||Did not qualify|
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