|23 Mar 23||Denmark ||-|| Finland|
|26 Mar 23||Kazakhstan ||-|| Denmark|
|16 Jun 23||Denmark ||-|| N.Ireland|
|19 Jun 23||Slovenia ||-|| Denmark|
|07 Sep 23||Denmark ||-|| San Marino|
|30 Nov 22||Australia|| ||1 - 0|| ||Denmark|
|26 Nov 22||France|| ||2 - 1|| ||Denmark|
|22 Nov 22||Denmark|| ||0 - 0|| ||Tunisia|
|25 Sep 22||Denmark|| ||2 - 0|| ||France|
|22 Sep 22||Croatia|| ||2 - 1|| ||Denmark|
The Denmark national football team (Danish: Danmarks fodboldlandshold) represents Denmark in men's international football competition, and is controlled by the Danish Football Union (DBU), the governing body for the football clubs which are organized under DBU. Denmark's home stadium is Parken Stadium in the Østerbro district of Copenhagen, and their head coach is Kasper Hjulmand.
Denmark were the winners of the Football at the 1906 Intercalated Games and silver medalists at the 1908 and 1912 Olympics. However, as amateurs who prohibited their internationals from becoming professionals at foreign clubs, Denmark did not qualify for the FIFA World Cup until 1986, although they won another Olympic silver in 1960.
Since 1983, the team has continuously been visible as a solidly competitive side, with the triumph in the 1992 European Championship in Sweden as its most prominent victory, defeating defending champions the Netherlands in the semi-final and Germany in the final. They also won the 1995 FIFA Confederations Cup, defeating Argentina in the final. Their best World Cup result was achieved in 1998, where they narrowly lost 3–2 in a quarter-final against Brazil. Denmark also made the second round in 1986, 2002 and 2018.
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