|26 Mar 23||Esbjerg ||-|| Frem|
|01 Apr 23||Frem ||-|| Skive IK|
|06 Apr 23||Hellerup IK ||-|| Frem|
|10 Apr 23||Frem ||-|| Brabrand IF|
|18 Mar 23||Frem|| ||0 - 1|| ||Aarhus Fremad|
|11 Mar 23||Jammerbugt|| ||-|| ||Frem|
|07 Mar 23||Frem|| ||0 - 1|| ||Roskilde|
|04 Mar 23||Frem|| ||0 - 4|| ||B.93|
|11 Feb 23||Nykøbing|| ||3 - 2|| ||Frem|
Boldklubben Frem (also known as Frem, BK Frem or BK Frem Copenhagen) is a Danish sports club based in the Valby-Sydhavnen area of Copenhagen. It is best known for its semi-professional football team. Since its foundation in 1886, Frem has won the Danish Championships six times and the Danish Cup twice. Until the disastrous bankruptcy in 1993, Frem had played in the top division all but six seasons. After the bankruptcy the club fought its way back to the top of Danish football, but in 2010 it went bankrupt again and was demoted to the Copenhagen Series—the fifth tier in the Danish league system. After two back to back promotions, the club now participates in the Danish 2. Division, the third tier.
The club also has a youth and amateur football branch, as well as a cricket team. It is also involved in the running of the KIES sports boarding school.