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AGF Aarhus

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Established
1880 (141 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Ceres Park
(19,433 Capacity)

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Location
Aarhus

Nicknames
AGF, De Hvii, GF

Competitions
Danish Superliga
UEFA Europa Conference League

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Upcoming Events
20 Feb 22 Sønderjyske  -  AGF Aarhus
27 Feb 22 Vejle Boldklub  -  AGF Aarhus
06 Mar 22 AGF Aarhus  -  FC Nordsjælland
13 Mar 22 Brøndby  -  AGF Aarhus
20 Mar 22 AGF Aarhus  -  Viborg

Latest Results
26 Nov 21 AGF Aarhus  1 - 1  Silkeborg IF
21 Nov 21 FC Copenhagen  1 - 1  AGF Aarhus
10 Nov 21 Esbjerg  2 - 1  AGF Aarhus
07 Nov 21 AGF Aarhus  3 - 0  FC Midtjylland
01 Nov 21 Odense BK  0 - 0  AGF Aarhus

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Aarhus Gymnastikforening (AGF or AGF Aarhus) is one of the oldest sport clubs in Denmark. The club was founded in 1880, mainly with gymnastics but also fencing as the main sports. However AGF is best known for its football team, which was introduced in 1902.

AGF has won 5 Danish Football Championships and a record 9 Danish Cups. In 1961 AGF reached the quarterfinal of the European Cup. In 1989 AGF again reached a European quarterfinal this time in the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup.

Team Members
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Casper




Mustafa
Amini




Alexander
Ammitzbøll




Daniel
Andersen




Niklas
Backman




Mads
Bager




Bror
Blume-Jensen




Magnus
Clausen




Kevin
Diks




Zachary
Duncan




Albert
Erlykke




William
Eskelinen




Alex
Gersbach




Sebastian
Hausner




Benjamin
Hvidt




Milan
Jevtović




Jesper
Juelsgård




Thomas
Kristensen




Kasper
Kristensen




Thomas
Kristensen




Magnus
Larsen




Mikkel
Lassen




Gift
Links
#11



Gift
Links




Patrick
Mortensen
#9



Alexander
Nielsen




Patrick
Olsen




Patrick
Olsen




Nicolai
Poulsen
#6



Søren
Tengstedt




Jón
Dagur #17



Frederik
Tingager
#5



Jón
Þorsteinsson



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Stadium or Home

Atletion is a combined sport venue, in Aarhus, Denmark, where the football stadium and the arena are the main parts.

After the expansion of the stadium in 2001, there are now seats for 20,032 spectators. It's a modern stadium, and the pitch is heated, so even the first games of the season can be played, no matter how the weather is. The stadium is the center for football in Århus. AGF plays all its home matches on Atletion.

On May 27, 2006, the Danish national football team played a friendly against Paraguay. This was the first national home match not played in Parken in Copenhagen since 1992.

In 2007, the park played host to two of Denmark's Euro 2008 qualifying matches against Liechtenstein and Spain after UEFA ordered the matches played away from Copenhagen following a fan attack in a previous match against Sweden.

In 2011 Atletion hosted the final of the 2011 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship. Three group stage matches were also played at the stadium.

The park has hosted concerts by many famous artists, including Cliff Richard, Elton John, Depeche Mode and George Michael, among others.

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