Tipsbladet

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Tipsbladet
CategoriesSports magazine
FrequencyWeekly
FounderElwin Hansen
Founded1948
Country Denmark
Based in Copenhagen
Language Danish
Website www.tipsbladet.dk

Tipsbladet is a weekly Danish sports magazine focusing on football. It the oldest football magazine in Scandinavia [1] and is headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark.

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History and profile

Tipsbladet was founded by Elwin Hansen in 1948. [1] The magazine, published on a weekly basis, [2] is based in Copenhagen. [3] The publisher of the weekly is TIPS-bladet A/S. [4] As of 2015 Troels Bager Thogersen was the editor-in-chief of the magazine, [5] which exclusively focuses on national Danish football leagues. [6]

On 5 October 2012 Tipsbladet became the Friday edition of the newspaper Ekstra Bladet . [1] Then it began to be published as a section of its Tuesday and Friday issues. [7] In September 2023, it was announced Tipsbladet had been acquired by the Copenhagen-headquartered digital sports media group, Better Collective, for €6.5 million. [8]

In 1975 Tipsbladet sold 32,380 copies. [9]

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