Kastrup Boldklub
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Kastrup Boldklub
Kastrup Boldklub
Full nameKastrup Boldklub
(mother club)
Kastrup Boldklub Elite ApS
(professional section)
Short nameKB
Founded4 May 1933; 87 years ago (1933-05-04)
ChairmanJackie Lauridsen
(amateur & professional section)
ManagerDirch Lund
LeagueDenmark Series, Group 2
2017-18Denmark Series, Group 1, 7th
WebsiteClub website
Kastrup club members' building located at Kastrup Idrætsanlæg ved Røllikevej.[1][2]

Kastrup Boldklub (Kastrup BK or KB for short) is a Danish association football club based in the suburb of Kastrup (Tårnby Municipality) on Amager. As of the 2017/18-season, the club's first senior men's team play in Denmark Series (level 4). The club was founded on 4 May 1933 as Boldklubben Funkis and changed to the current name in 1941. The senior men's football team have since 1985 primarily played their home games at Kastrup Idrætsanlæg located at Røllikevej, Kastrup next to the club house, but have previously played their matches at Tårnby Stadium during their tenure in the higher ranking leagues, and occasionally still do.[1][2] Kastrup Boldklub has spent a total of 9 seasons in the highest football league in Denmark, the last in 1987. Their best result was set in the 1979 season, when the first team finished in fourth place in the top league and thus qualified for the 1980 Intertoto Cup. The club has participated in two elite superstructures, Amager United (2002-2006) and FC Amager (2008-2009) and enjoy long-standing rivalries against neighbouring clubs BK Fremad Amager and AB Tårnby (previously Tårnby Boldklub). The Tårnby-based club has fielded eight active players on the national football teams, seven youth male players for the teams of Under-17, Under-19, Under-21, Denmark national amateur football team, Denmark national B-football team, and a senior player (Adam Fogt) on the Denmark national football team, including one female player on a youth team.[3][4]

Head coach history

The person responsible for direction of the first senior team has traditionally been given the title of head coach/trainer.

Name Nationality From To Refs
Svend Gunnarson  Denmark 195? 1956 [5]
Kaj Frandsen  Denmark 1 July 1956 195? [5]
Niels-Christian Holmstrøm  Denmark 1978 1979
Torben Nielsen  Denmark 1 January 1981 198? [6]
Ove Petersen  Denmark N/A N/A
Finn Hartmann  Denmark N/A N/A
Michael Lagermann  Denmark 2003? 30 June 2009 [7]
Kjeld Uhre Møller  Denmark 1 July 2009 2009 [7]
Jesper Heyde  Denmark 1 January 2010 31 December 2011 [8][9][10]
Michael Lagermann  Denmark 1 January 2012 30 June 2012 [10][11]
Michael Bo Nielsen  Denmark 1 July 2012 May 2013 [11][12]
Kenneth Matz  Denmark May 2013 31 December 2014 [12][13]
Per Mouritsen  Denmark 1 January 2015 30 June 2015 [13][14]
Francois Pignot  France 1 July 2015 30 June 2018 [14][15]
Dirch Lund  Denmark 1 July 2018 present [15]


Club's honours


double-dagger: Won by reserve team


  1. ^ a b Tårnby Kommune. "Kastrup Idrætsanlæg ved Røllikevej". www.taarnby.dk. Archived from the original on 2016-01-22.
  2. ^ a b DBU København. "Spillestedernes historie - Røllikevej". www.dbukoebenhavn.dk. Archived from the original on 2016-01-23.
  3. ^ "Landshold - Landsholdsdatabasen Spiller Information". www.dbu.dk (in Danish). Danish Football Association (DBU). Archived from the original on 28 December 2018. Retrieved 2018.
  4. ^ "Friendlies - Slovakia-Denmark - Line-ups". www.uefa.com (in Danish). UEFA. Retrieved 2018.
  5. ^ a b "Glæde på Amager - chok for Hvidovre" (in Danish) (Nr. 117, 69. årgang). Aftenbladet (København). 15 February 1956. p. 14, Sport.
  6. ^ "Sporten: 18-årige kåret som årets spiller i HGI" (in Danish) (107. årgang, nr. 48). Frederiksborg Amts Avis. 17 November 1980. p. 10.
  7. ^ a b "'Lager' færdig i Kastrup" (in Danish). Amager Bladet. 9 June 2009. p. 26, Sektion 1.
  8. ^ Schneider, Jacob (3 November 2009). "Jesper Heyde på plads i Kastrup Boldklub" (in Danish). Amager Bladet. p. 35, Sektion 1.
  9. ^ Schneider, Jacob (22 November 2011). "Heyde retur til otterne" (in Danish). Amager Bladet. p. 67, Sektion 1.
  10. ^ a b Schneider, Jacob (15 November 2011). "Heyde stopper, 'Lager' retur" (in Danish). Dinby.dk.
  11. ^ a b "Telegrammer: Nielsen ny Kastrup-træner" (in Danish). Amager Bladet. 3 July 2012. p. 47, Sektion 1.
  12. ^ a b Schneider, Jacob (14 May 2013). "Matz kaldt ind som redningsmand" (in Danish). Amager Bladet. p. 58, Sektion 1.
  13. ^ a b Schneider, Jacob (2 December 2014). "Ny træner-duo til Kastrup". minby.dk (in Danish). Amager. Archived from the original on 28 December 2018. Retrieved 2018.
  14. ^ a b Jacob, Schneider (23 June 2015). "Skov redder Kastrup i afsked". minby.dk (in Danish). Amager. Archived from the original on 28 December 2018. Retrieved 2018.
  15. ^ a b Schneider, Jacob (27 June 2018). "Lund og Gernsøe ny trænerduo i Kastrup". minby.dk (in Danish). Amager. Archived from the original on 28 December 2018. Retrieved 2018.
  16. ^ a b c d haslund.info. "Deltagelse i Danmarksturneringen - Kastrup Boldklub". www.haslund.info. Archived from the original on 2014-05-19.
  17. ^ a b Jensen, Holger Darmer (1960). Tårnby Boldklub - 25 års jubilæumsskrift - 1935 21. april 1960. Sundby Bogtrykkeri. p. 11.

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