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AC Horsens

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Jens Berthel Askou

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Established
1991 (31 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
CASA Arena Horsens
(10,400 Capacity)

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Location
Horsens, Denmark

Nicknames
Den Gule Fare

League
Danish Superliga

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smudgie: 02/Jun/22
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Upcoming Events
09 Jul 22 Viborg   -  AC Horsens

Latest Results
02 Jul 22 Odense BK  1 - 3  AC Horsens
29 May 22 AC Horsens  1 - 1  Hvidovre IF
23 May 22 Fredericia  0 - 4  AC Horsens
18 May 22 Nykøbing  0 - 1  AC Horsens
13 May 22 AC Horsens  3 - 3  FC Helsingoer

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AC Horsens is a professional Danish football team, playing in the Danish Superliga. They play on Casa Arena Horsens in Horsens. The club was founded in 1994, as a superstructure on Horsens fS (founded 1915), Stensballe IK and FC Horsens. Both Stensballe IK and FC Horsens has later left the cooperation, and only Horsens fS remains.

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CASA Arena Horsens (previously Forum Horsens Arena and Horsens Idrætspark) is a Danish football stadium and the home ground of AC Horsens. It has a capacity between 10,400 of which 7,500 is seated.

The Rolling Stones were the first band to play a concert at the stadium.

Madonna's concert in 2006 became the biggest concert on Horsens, with 85,232 fans in attendance.

Recent concerts at the ground have included U2 in 2010 on the 360 Tour, and Bon Jovi as part of the 2011 European leg of The Circle Tour.

The company behind the reconstruction of Casa Arena Horsens is 3XN, who is also the company behind The Lighthouse in Århus, amongst many other large projects.

In 2015 the Arena will become the third venue to host the Speedway Grand Prix of Denmark which had been previously held at the Vojens Speedway Center (1995-2002) and the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen (2003-2014).

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