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Established
2004 (17 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Sydbank Park
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Location
Haderslev

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Competitions
Danish Superliga

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Upcoming Events
18 Apr 21 Odense BK  -  Sønderjyske
21 Apr 21 Lyngby  -  Sønderjyske
25 Apr 21 Sønderjyske  -  Vejle Boldklub
02 May 21 Sønderjyske  -  Odense BK
09 May 21 Vejle Boldklub  -  Sønderjyske

Latest Results
11 Apr 21 Sønderjyske  2 - 3  AC Horsens
05 Apr 21 AaB  3 - 2  Sønderjyske
21 Mar 21 FC Nordsjælland  2 - 1  Sønderjyske
14 Mar 21 Sønderjyske  2 - 0  AC Horsens
08 Mar 21 AaB  1 - 0  Sønderjyske

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SønderjyskE is a Danish football team. The club plays in the top tier of Danish football, the Danish Superliga. Their home is Sydbank Park in Haderslev.

Team Members
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Johan
Absalonsen




Mads
Albæk




Danny
Amankwaa




Tommy
Bechmann




Daniel
Christensen




Peter
Christiansen




Victor
Ekani




Julius
Eskesen




Kenneth
Fabricius




Emil
Frederiksen




Stefan
Gartenmann




Adama
Guira




Henrik
Hansen




Rilwan
Hassan




Marc
Hende




Anders
Jacobsen




Daniel
Jensen




Hallgrimur
Jonasson




Pierre
Kanstrup




Niels
Lodberg




Nicolai
Madsen




Sebastian
Mielitz




Jens
Rinke




Adigun
Salami




Philipp
Schmiedl




Jeppe
Simonsen




Marin
Skender




Bo
Storm




Lawrence
Thomas




Jonas
Troest




Rasmus
Vinderslev




Haji
Wright




Niki
Zimling



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Stadium or Home

Haderslev Football Stadium (Danish: Haderslev Fodboldstadion) is an association football stadium located in Haderslev, Denmark. It is the home ground of SønderjyskE. It has been known as Sydbank Park due to a sponsorship arrangement with the Danish bank Sydbank since December 2013. It was built in 2001 and has a capacity of 10,100 with 5,100 seatings. It has been renovated in 2013 by building a new stand of about 3.000 seats to respect the criteria of the Danish Superliga, and again in 2018 and 2019 by expanding the eastern stands, and upgrading the north and south stands with roofs.

The south stand is a standing-only area for away fans. The north stand is a standing-only area for the singing home fans and the official supporters club. The east and west stands are seating only. The official supporters have a club house beneath the east stand. The stadium have four sky boxes in the west stand, and one sponsor lounge in the east stand. Two LED screens is able to show instant highlights, times and results.

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