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Established
1887 (133 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Nature Energy Park
(15,790 Capacity)

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Odense

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Competitions
Danish Superliga

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Upcoming Events
08 Jul 20 Odense BK   -  Silkeborg IF

Latest Results
04 Jul 20 Sønderjyske  1 - 1  Odense BK
29 Jun 20 Odense BK  3 - 1  Lyngby
22 Jun 20 Lyngby  1 - 2  Odense BK
18 Jun 20 Odense BK  2 - 0  Sønderjyske
15 Jun 20 Silkeborg IF  6 - 0  Odense BK

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Odense Boldklub (also known as Odense BK or the more commonly used OB) is a Danish professional football club based in the city Odense. The club has won three Danish championships and five Danish Cup trophies. OB play in the Danish Superliga and their home field is Nature Energy Park. OB's clubhouse is located in Ådalen near Odense River.

Team Members
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Hannes
Anier



Darko
Bodul



Azer
Busuladzic



Anders
Christensen



Jesper
Christiansen



Mikkel
Desler



Mohammed
Diarra



Dusan
Djuric



Vladimer
Dvalishvili



Mathias
Greve



Jeppe
Hansen



Daniel
Hoegh



Rasmus
Falk


Lucas
Jensen



Emil
Peter


Mikkel
Kirkeskov



Lasse
Kryger



Kasper
Larsen



Emil
Larsen



Jacob
Laursen



Thomas
Mikkelsen



Cedric
N'Koum



Lasse
Nielsen



Conor
O'Brien



Emil
Ousager



Magnus
Pedersen



Casper
Radza



Espen
Ruud



Jacob
Schoop



Jørgen
Skjelvik



Morten
Skoubo



Ari
Skulason



Martin
Spelmann



Anders
Thomsen



Mads
Toppel



Kamil
Vacek



Krisztian
Vadocz



Niclas
Vemmelund


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Stadium or Home

Odense Stadium (Danish: Odense Stadion) is an association football stadium located in the Bolbro district of Odense, Denmark. Nicknamed Folkets Teater (en: "The People's Theater") by Jack Johnson, it has been the home ground of Odense Boldklub since the 1940s and has previously hosted select matches for FC Fyn (2011–2012), Boldklubben 1909, Boldklubben 1913 and Odense Boldklub Kvinde Elite (until 2016) during their tenures in the higher ranking leagues. With a current capacity of 15,790 (13,990 seatings; 13,573 seatings for international matches), it is the fifth largest football stadium of any football team in Denmark. It is part of the sports complex, known as Odense Sports Park (Danish: Odense Idrætspark), that is owned by Odense Municipality and run by the company of Odense Idrætspark (a department of "By- og Kulturforvaltningen, Fritid og biblioteker" under the municipality).

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