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1994 (26 years old)


CM Arena
(10,000 Capacity)

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Nykøbing Falster, Denmark


Danish 2nd Division

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Nykøbing FC is a professional association football club based in the town of Nykøbing Falster, Denmark. They play their home matches at the CM Arena. The team competes in Danish 1st Division, the second tier of the Danish league system.

The club was founded as Nykøbing Falster Alliancen (NFA) on 1 January 1994, in a merger between the clubs B.1901 and B. 1921. The club went under the name Lolland Falster Alliancen between 2006 and 2013. On 18 June 2006, their 3–4 defeat to Lyngby Boldklub in the last game of the season meant that they were relegated to the Danish third division, after having spent 3 years in the second division. However, they spent just one season in this league, and were promoted back to the second division after beating KB 5–0 on 3 June 2007.

In 2015, Nykøbing FC launched the project Superliga 2020, with a declared goal of promotion to the Danish Superliga by 2020. The project was launched when Danish celebrities, chef Claus Meyer, comedian Mick Øgendahl and former footballer Claus Jensen invested millions in the club and became major shareholders.

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Nykøbing Falster Idrætspark is a football stadium in Nykøbing Falster. It is the home stadium of Danish 1st Division club Nykøbing FC. The stadium has a total capacity of 10,000, of which 2,000 is seated. For sponsorship reasons, the stadium was known as Scandic Live Arena between 21 September 2008 and 31 December 2011, Telenor Arena between 10 July 2012 and 31 July 2014, Enelco Arena between 31 August 2014 and 31 December 2016 and has been known as CM Arena since 6 March 2018.



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