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Established
1924 (97 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Blue Water Arena
(18,000 Capacity)

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Location
Esbjerg, Denmark

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Competitions
Danish 1st Division

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Upcoming Events
27 Feb 22 Fremad Amager  -  Esbjerg
06 Mar 22 Vendsyssel FF  -  Esbjerg
13 Mar 22 AC Horsens  -  Esbjerg
19 Mar 22 Esbjerg  -  Lyngby

Latest Results
02 Dec 21 Hvidovre IF  2 - 0  Esbjerg
28 Nov 21 Esbjerg  3 - 0  Nykøbing
19 Nov 21 Køge  3 - 0  Esbjerg
10 Nov 21 Esbjerg  2 - 1  AGF Aarhus
05 Nov 21 Esbjerg  2 - 2  Jammerbugt

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Esbjerg forenede Boldklubber (commonly known as Esbjerg fB or EfB in short) is a professional football club based in Esbjerg, West Jutland, Denmark, that plays in the Danish Superliga, the top flight of the Danish football league system. Founded in 1924 as a merger between Esbjerg Boldklub af 1898 and Esbjerg Amatørklub af 1911, the first team play their home games at Blue Water Arena which has been the club's home ground since its opening in 1955.

Team Members
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Jakob
Ankersen




Jens
Berthel



Rodolph
Austin




Martin
Bergvold




Markus
Halsti




Jonas
Jensen




Joni
Kauko




Ryan
Laursen




Magnus
Lekven




Emil
Lyng




Brent
McGrath




Martin
Pusic




Jesper
Rasmussen




Lasse
Rise




Patrick
Schmidt




Pyry
Soiri




Daniel
Stenderup



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Stadium or Home

Esbjerg fB plays at Blue Water Arena, which is the name of Esbjerg Stadion at Gl. Vardevej and part of Esbjerg Sports Park. In 2004 a new stand was built on the eastern side of a stadium. A new stadium with seating for 18,000 spectators, was completed in August 2009. It is currently the second biggest stadium in Jutland, and the fourth biggest in Denmark.

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