Lyngby Boldklub

Country Denmark Denmark
City Kongens Lyngby
Founded 1906

Lyngby Boldklub is a Danish football club based in Kongens Lyngby. They currently feature in the Danish first division.

Lyngby BK were established on April 8,1906 but were disbanded in 1915. On March 30,1921 a breakaway football club called Lyngby BK were formed in 1921 out of Lyngby IF. They were the first club in Denmark to wear the club’s name on the kits; this occurred in 1961.

In 1983 they won the Danish championships for the first time in their history. They won the league again in 1992 and featured in the UEFA Cup in 1996. They won the Danish championships in 1983 and 1992 and the Danish Cup in 1984,1985 and 1990.

In December 2001 Lyngby went bankrupt and ended the season at the foot of the table. They were subsequently relegated an additional two leagues because of bankruptcy. But they steadily climbed up the rungs and in the 2006-2007 season won the Danish first division title and returned to the Danish Superliga.They reached the semi-finals of the Danish Cup in April 2007.

Lyngby are known for their youth policy and play their home matches at the Lyngby Stadion that can hold 12,000 spectators.

Team Roster

Name Position
Frederik August Albrecht Schram Iceland goalkeeper

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