Fortuna Hjørring

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Fortuna Hjørring
Full name Dameboldklubben Fortuna Hjørring
Founded 28 October 1966
Ground Hjørring Stadium
Capacity 5000
Head coach Carrie Kveton
League Elitedivisionen
2017–18 1st

Fortuna Hjørring is a women's association football team from Hjørring, Denmark. The club was formed in 1966 and play in green and white. Their biggest achievement in European football was reaching the 2002–03 UEFA Women's Cup final where they ultimately lost 1–7 on aggregate to Umeå IK.

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The next try at a European Cup came in 2009–10 with the newly created UEFA Women's Champions League. In the round of 32 they defeated Italians Bardolino but then lost the round of 16 to eventual finalist Lyon. In the 2016–17 season they reached their best result since the final in 2003, when they made it to the quarter-final against Manchester City.

Players

Current squad

As of July 2018 [1] [2]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No.PositionPlayer
1 Denmark GK Maria Lindblad Christensen
2 Denmark DF Sofie Karsberg Pedersen
3 Brazil DF Tamires
6 United States MF Janelle Cordia
7 Denmark MF Line Sigvardsen Jensen
8 Denmark MF Caroline Rask
9 Denmark MF Sarah Dyrehauge Hansen
11 Romania FW Florentina Olar (captain)
12 Denmark MF Agnete Nielsen
13 Denmark MF Ida Guldager
14 Finland FW Sanni Franssi
15 Denmark MF Sara Thrige Andersen
16 Denmark FW Caroline Møller
No.PositionPlayer
17 Denmark GK Trine Jensen
18 Denmark MF Sara Holmgaard
19 Denmark DF Laura Frank
21 Denmark FW Annica Just Schreiber
22 Denmark MF Frederikke Thøgersen
23 Denmark DF Luna Nørgaard Gewitz
24 Denmark MF Olivia Runge
25 Denmark GK Anna Kaas
26 Norway DF Tanja Løfshus
27 Denmark FW Emma Snerle
28 Denmark DF Karen Holmgaard
31 United States GK Hannah Seabert

Notable former players

For more former players, see Category:Fortuna Hjørring players.

Honours

Competition record

SeasonDivisionPosition 3F Cup Ch. League
2003–0412 / 8?
2004–0512 / 8Finalist
2005–0612 / 8Champion
2006–0712 / 8Finalist
2007–0812 / 10Champion
2008–0911 / 10Finalist
2009–1011 / 10SemifinalsRound of 16
2010–1112 / 10FinalistRound of 16
2011–1212 / 10SemifinalsRound of 16
2012–1312 / 10FinalistRound of 16
2013–1411 / 8SemifinalsRound of 16
2014–1512 / 10FinalistRound of 16
2015–1611 / 8ChampionRound of 16
2016–1712 / 10SemifinalsQuarter-final
2017–181ChampionQuarterfinalsRound of 32

Record in UEFA competitions

All results (away, home and aggregate) list Fortuna Hjørring's goal tally first.

CompetitionRoundClubAwayHomeAggregate
2002–2003 Second qualifying round Moldova Codru Anenii Noi 5–0
Iceland Breiðablik Kópavogur 9–0
Belarus Bobruichanka Bobruisk (Host)3–0
Quarter-final Norway Trondheim 2–2 a1–03–2
Semi-final England Arsenal 5–13–1 a8–2
Final Sweden Umeå 1–4 a0–31–7
2009–2010 Round of 32 Italy Verona 1–24–0 a5–2
Round of 16 France Olympique Lyon 0–50–1 a0–6
2010–2011 Round of 32 Italy Verona 6–18–0 a14–1
Round of 16 Germany Duisburg 2–4 a0–32–7
2011–2012 Round of 32 Switzerland Young Boys Bern 3–0 a2–15–1
Round of 16 Sweden Kopparbergs/Göteborg 2–30–1 a2–4
2012–2013 Round of 32 Scotland Glasgow City 2–1 a0–02–1
Round of 16 Sweden Kopparbergs/Göteborg 2–31–1 a3–4
2013–2014 Round of 32 Italy Tavagnacco 2–3 a2–04–3
Round of 16 Sweden Tyresö 0–41–2 a1–6
2014–2015 Round of 32 Portugal Ourém 3–0 a6–09–0
Round of 16 Sweden Rosengård Malmö 1–2 a0–21–4
2015–2016 Round of 32 Belarus FC Minsk 2–0 a4–06–0
Round of 16 Italy Brescia 0–1 a1–11–2
2016–2017 Round of 32 Spain Athletic Bilbao 1–2 a3–1 a.e.t. 4–3
Round of 16 Italy Brescia 1–0 a3–14–1
Quarter-final England Manchester City 0–10–1 a0–2
2017–2018 Round of 32 Italy Fiorentina 1–2 a0–01–2
2018–2019 Round of 32 Italy Fiorentina 0–2 a0–20–4

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References

  1. "3F Truppen". Fortuna Hjørring. Retrieved 10 October 2017.
  2. "Squad". Soccerway. Retrieved 10 October 2017.