This article lists the results for the Denmark national football team from their first match against France in 1908 to the present day.

Key

Results

Note that scores are written Denmark first

1900s

# Date Venue Opponents Score Comp Denmark scorers
1 1908-10-19 White City Stadium, London (N) France "B" 9–0 OG Nils Middelboe (2), Vilhelm Wolfhagen (4), Harald Bohr (2), Sophus "Krølben" Nielsen
2 1908-10-22 White City Stadium, London (N) France 17–1 OG Sophus "Krølben" Nielsen (10), August Lindgren (2), Vilhelm Wolfhagen (4), Nils Middelboe
3 1908-10-24 White City Stadium, London (A) Great Britain 0–2 OG

1910s

# Date Venue Opponents Score Comp Denmark scorers
4 1910-05-05 KB's Baner, Copenhagen (H) England amateur 2–1 F August Lindgren, Vilhelm Wolfhagen
5 1911-10-21 Park Royal, London (A) England amateur 0–3 F
6 1912-06-30 Stockholms Stadium, Stockholm (N) Norway 7–0 OG Anthon Olsen (3), Nils Middelboe, Vilhelm Wolfhagen, Sophus "Krølben" Nielsen (2)
7 1912-07-02 Stockholms Stadium, Stockholm (N) Netherlands 4–1 OG Emil Jørgensen, Anthon Olsen (2), Poul "Tist" Nielsen
8 1912-07-04 Stockholms Stadium, Stockholm (N) Great Britain 2–4 OG Anthon Olsen (2)
9 1912-10-06 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Germany 3–1 F Nils Middelboe (2), Alf Olsen
10 1913-05-24 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 8–0 F Kristian Gyldenstein (3), Anthon Olsen (2), Vilhelm Wolfhagen, Poul "Tist Nielsen, Nils Middelboe
11 1913-10-05 Stockholms Stadium, Stockholm (A) Sweden 10–0 F Poul "Tist" Nielsen (6), Sven Valdemar Knudsen (2), Vilhelm Wolfhagen (2)
12 1913-10-26 Victoria-Sportplatz, Hamburg (A) Germany 4–1 F Poul "Tist" Nielsen (4)
13 1914-05-17 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Netherlands 4–3 F Poul "Tist" Nielsen (3), Sophus "Krølben" Nielsen
14 1914-06-05 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) England amateur 3–0 F Sven Valdemar Knudsen, Sophus "Krølben" Nielsen, Poul "Tist" Nielsen
15 1915-06-06 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 2–0 F Anthon Olsen, Poul "Tist" Nielsen
16 1915-09-19 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Norway 8–1 F Poul "Tist" Nielsen (3), Anthon Olsen (3), Michael Rohde, Svend Aage Castella
17 1915-10-31 Råsunda, Stockholm (A) Sweden 2–0 F Poul "Tist" Nielsen, Michael Rohde
18 1916-06-04 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 2–0 F Poul "Tist" Nielsen (2)
19 1916-06-25 Frogner stadion, Kristiania (A) Norway 2–0 F Michael Rohde (2)
20 1916-10-08 Råsunda, Stockholm (A) Sweden 0–4 F
21 1916-10-15 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Norway 8–0 F Michael Rohde (3), Anthon Olsen, Poul "Tist" Nielsen (4)
22 1917-06-03 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 1–1 F Sophus "Krølben" Nielsen
23 1917-06-17 Frogner stadion, Kristiania (A) Norway 2–1 F Alf Olsen, Vilhelm Wolfhagen
24 1917-10-07 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Norway 12–0 F Michael Rohde (2), Victor Klein (3), Paul Berth, Poul "Tist" Nielsen (5), Alf Olsen
25 1917-10-14 Råsunda, Stockholm (A) Sweden 2–1 F Alf Olsen, Christian Grøthan
26 1918-06-02 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 3–0 F Carl "Skoma'r" Hansen (2), own goal (Bruno Lindström)
27 1918-06-16 Frogner stadion, Kristiania (A) Norway 1–3 F Christian Grøthan
28 1918-10-06 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Norway 4–0 F Carl "Skoma'r" Hansen, St. St. Blicher, Alf Olsen, Poul "Tist" Nielsen
29 1918-10-20 Gamla Ullevi, Gothenburg (A) Sweden 2–1 F Valdemar Laursen, Gunnar Aaby
30 1919-06-05 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 3–0 F Poul "Tist" Nielsen (2), Samuel Thorsteinsson
31 1919-06-12 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Norway 5–1 F Poul "Tist" Nielsen (3), Michael Rohde (2)
32 1919-09-21 Gressbanen, Kristiania (A) Norway 2–3 F Poul "Tist" Nielsen (2)
33 1919-10-12 Stockholms Stadium, Stockholm (A) Sweden 0–3 F

1920s

# Date Venue Opponents Score Comp Denmark scorers
34 1920-04-05 Oude Stadium, Amsterdam (A) Netherlands 0–2 F
35 1920-06-13 Gressbanen, Kristiania (A) Norway 1–1 F Bernhard V. Andersen
36 1920-08-28 La Butte, Antwerp (N) Spain 0–1 OG
37 1920-10-10 Råsunda, Stockholm (A) Sweden 2–0 F Harry Hansen, Michael Rohde
38 1921-06-12 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Netherlands 1–1 F Harry Hansen
39 1921-10-02 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Norway 3–1 F Poul "Tist" Nielsen (3)
40 1921-10-09 Råsunda, Stockholm (A) Sweden 0–0 F
41 1922-04-15 Stade Vélodrome de Rocourt, Liège (A) Belgium 0–0 F
42 1922-04-17 Oude Stadium, Amsterdam (A) Netherlands 0–2 F
43 1922-06-11 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Czechoslovakia 0–3 F
44 1922-09-10 Fredrikstad Stadium, Fredrikstad (A) Norway 3–3 F Christian Grøthan, Poul "Tist" Nielsen (2)
45 1922-10-01 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 1–2 F Poul "Tist" Nielsen
46 1923-05-06 Sparta Stadium, Prague (A) Czechoslovakia 0–2 F
47 1923-06-17 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Switzerland 3–2 F Alf Olsen, St. St. Blicher (2)
48 1923-09-30 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Norway 2–1 F St. St. Blicher, Viggo Jørgensen
49 1923-10-14 Råsunda, Stockholm (A) Sweden 3–1 F Viggo Jørgensen, Ernst Nilsson, Karl Vilhelmsen
50 1924-04-21 Landhof, Basel (A) Switzerland 0–2 F
51 1924-06-15 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 2–3 NC Alf Olsen, Ernst Nilsson
52 1924-09-14 Gressbanen, Kristiania (A) Norway 3–1 NC Alf Olsen, Poul "Tist" Nielsen (2)
53 1924-10-05 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Belgium 2–1 F Poul "Tist" Nielsen (2)
54 1925-06-14 Råsunda, Stockholm (A) Sweden 2–0 NC Einard Larsen, Poul "Tist" Nielsen
55 1925-06-21 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Norway 5–1 NC Ernst Nilsson (2), Poul "Tist" Nielsen, Michael Rohde, Einard Larsen
56 1925-09-27 Aarhus Stadium, Aarhus (H) Finland 3–3 F own goal (Hjalmar Kelin), Pauli Jørgensen (2)
57 1925-10-25 Oude Stadium, Amsterdam (A) Netherlands 2–4 F Ernst Nilsson, Viggo Jørgensen
58 1926-06-13 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Netherlands 4–1 F St. St. Blicher, Viggo Jørgensen (3)
59 1926-06-20 Tölö bollplan, Helsinki (A) Finland 2–3 F Svend Petersen, August Bøge
60 1926-09-19 Gressbanen, Oslo (A) Norway 2–2 NC Michael Rohde (2)
61 1926-10-03 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 2–0 NC Harry Bendixen, Michael Rohde
62 1927-05-29 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo (A) Norway 1–0 F Kai Uldaler
63 1927-06-12 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Netherlands 1–1 F Henry Hansen
64 1927-06-19 Råsunda, Stockholm (A) Sweden 0–0 NC
65 1927-10-02 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Germany 3–1 F Michael Rohde (2), Henry Hansen
66 1927-10-30 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Norway 3–1 NC Pauli Jørgensen, Michael Rohde, Henry Hansen
67 1928-04-22 Oude Stadium, Amsterdam (A) Netherlands 0–2 F
68 1928-06-17 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo (A) Norway 3–2 NC Henry Hansen, Michael Rohde, Pauli Jørgensen
69 1928-04-22 Zabo, Nuremberg (A) Germany 1–2 F Pauli Jørgensen
70 1928-10-07 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 3–1 NC Michael Rohde, Pauli Jørgensen, Ernst Nilsson
71 1929-06-16 Slottsskogsvallen, Gothenburg (A) Sweden 2–3 NC Einard Larsen, Kai Uldaler
72 1929-06-23 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Norway 2–5 NC Pauli Jørgensen, Knud Christophersen
73 1929-10-13 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Finland 8–0 NC Pauli Jørgensen (3), Henry Hansen (2), Kai Uldaler, Svend Aage Eriksen, Michael Rohde

1930s

# Date Venue Opponents Score Comp Denmark scorers
74 1930-06-16 Pallokenttä, Helsinki (A) Finland 6–1 NC Henry Hansen, Eyolf Kleven, Kai Uldaler (2), Svend Aage Eriksen, Pauli Jørgensen
75 1930-06-22 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 6–1 NC Pauli Jørgensen (3), Svend Aage Eriksen, Eyolf Kleven, Knud Christophersen
76 1930-09-07 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Germany 6–3 F Eyolf Kleven, Pauli Jørgensen (3), Ernst Nilsson, Knud Christophersen
77 1930-09-21 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo (A) Norway 0–1 NC
78 1931-05-25 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Norway 3–1 NC Pauli Jørgensen (2), Knud Christophersen
79 1931-06-14 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Netherlands 0–2 F
80 1931-06-28 Stockholms Stadium, Stockholm (A) Sweden 1–3 NC Pauli Jørgensen
81 1931-09-27 Hindenburg Stadium, Hanover (A) Germany 2–4 F Ernst Nielsen, Pauli Jørgensen
82 1931-10-11 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Finland 2–3 NC Kai Uldaler, own goal (Jarl Malmgren)
83 1932-06-05 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Belgium 3–4 F Henry Hansen, Knud Christophersen, Pauli Jørgensen
84 1932-06-19 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 3–1 NC Henry Hansen, Svend Petersen, Pauli Jørgensen
85 1932-08-30 Pallokenttä, Helsinki (A) Finland 2–4 NC Pauli Jørgensen (2)
86 1932-09-25 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo (A) Norway 2–1 NC Pauli Jørgensen, Henry Hansen
87 1932-10-09 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Scotland[a] 3–1 F Pauli Jørgensen, Knud Christophersen, Georg Taarup
88 1933-06-11 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Norway 2–2 NC Eigil Thielsen (2)
89 1933-06-18 Stockholms Stadium, Stockholm (A) Sweden 3–2 NC Pauli Jørgensen, Eyolf Kleven (2)
90 1933-10-11 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Finland 2–0 NC Georg Taarup, Kai Uldaler
91 1933-11-26 Heysel Stadion, Brussels (A) Belgium 2–2 F Kai Uldaler (2)
92 1934-05-21 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Poland 4–2 F Kai Uldaler (2), Pauli Jørgensen (2)
93 1934-06-17 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 3–5 NC Kai Uldaler, Pauli Jørgensen (2)
94 1934-07-03 Tölö bollplan, Helsinki (A) Finland 1–2 NC Carl Lundsteen
95 1934-09-23 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo (A) Norway 1–3 NC Carl Lundsteen
96 1934-10-07 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Germany 2–5 F Carl Lundsteen, Carl Stoltz
97 1935-06-16 Gamla Ullevi, Gothenburg (A) Sweden 1–3 NC Pauli Jørgensen
98 1935-06-23 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Norway 1–0 NC own goal (Thøger Nordbø)
99 1935-10-06 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Finland 5–1 NC Eigil Thielsene, Kai Uldaler (2), Knud Sørensen, Eyolf Kleven
100 1935-10-03 Olympic Stadium, Amsterdam (A) Netherlands 0–3 F
101 1936-06-14 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 4–3 NC Helmuth Søbirk, own goal (Svend Andersson), Pauli Jørgensen, Eigil Thielsen
102 1936-06-30 Tölö bollplan, Helsinki (A) Finland 4–1 NC Pauli Jørgensen (2), Eyolf Kleven, Kaj Hansen
103 1936-09-20 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo (A) Norway 3–3 NC Helmuth Søbirk (2), Pauli Jørgensen
104 1936-10-04 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Poland 2–1 F Carl Stoltz (2)
105 1937-05-16 Hermann Göring Stadium, Breslau (A) Germany 0–8 F
106 1937-06-13 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Norway 5–1 NC Eyolf Kleven, Helmuth Søbirk (2), Kaj Hansen, Peder Rasmussen
107 1937-09-12 Piłsudski Stadium, Warszawa (A) Poland 1–3 F Jørgen Iversen
108 1937-10-03 Råsunda Stadium, Stockholm (A) Sweden 2–1 NC Knud H.M. Andersen, Helmuth Søbirk
109 1937-10-17 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Finland 2–1 NC Knud H.M. Andersen, Alex Friedmann
110 1938-06-21 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 0–1 NC
111 1938-08-31 Pallokenttä, Helsinki (A) Finland 1–2 NC Arne Sørensen
112 1938-09-18 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo (A) Norway 1–1 NC Kaj Hansen
113 1938-10-23 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Netherlands 2–2 F Kai Uldaler, Reinholdt Christensen
114 1939-06-15 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Finland 5–0 OT Eigil Thielsen, Kaj Hansen (2), Helmuth Søbirk (2)
115 1939-06-18 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Norway 6–3 OT Pauli Jørgensen (3), Eigil Thielsen, Arne Sørensen, Walther Christensen
116 1939-06-25 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Germany 0–2 F
117 1939-09-17 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Finland 8–1 NC Arno Nielsen, Oskar Theisen (3), own goal (R. Lindbäck), Pauli Jørgensen, Svend Albrechtsen, Helmuth Søbirk
118 1939-10-01 Råsunda Stadium, Stockholm (A) Sweden 1–4 NC Pauli Jørgensen
119 1939-10-22 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Norway 4–1 NC Svend Albrechtsen, Alex Friedmann, Pauli Jørgensen (2)
  1. ^ Scotland was represented by its amateur team and does not regard the match as a full international.[1][2][3]

1940s

# Date Venue Opponents Score Comp Denmark scorers
120 1940-10-06 Råsunda Stadium, Stockholm (A) Sweden 1–1 F Børge Mathiesen
121 1940-10-20 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 3–3 F Kaj Hansen (3)
122 1940-11-17 Victoria-Stadion Hoheluft, Hamburg (A) Germany 0–1 F
123 1941-09-14 Råsunda Stadium, Stockholm (A) Sweden 2–2 F Johannes Pløger, Kaj Hansen
124 1941-10-19 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 2–1 F Johannes Pløger, Kaj Hansen
125 1941-11-16 Sportclub Stadion, Dresden (A) Germany 1–1 F Kaj Hansen
126 1942-06-28 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 0–3 F
127 1942-10-04 Råsunda Stadium, Stockholm (A) Sweden 1–2 F Arne Sørensen
128 1943-06-20 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 3–2 F Kaj Christiansen (2), Johannes Pløger
129 1945-06-24 Råsunda Stadium, Stockholm (A) Sweden 1–2 F Helmuth Søbirk
130 1945-06-01 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 3–4 F Karl Aage Hansen (2), Kaj Hansen
131 1945-08-26 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 4–2 F Kaj Christiansen (2), Karl Aage Hansen, Aage Rou Jensen
132 1945-09-09 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo (A) Norway 5–1 F Helge Bronée, Hans Viggo Jensen, Karl Aage Hansen (2), Carl Aage Præst
133 1945-09-30 Råsunda Stadium, Stockholm (A) Sweden 1–4 F Gustaf Pålsson
134 1946-06-16 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo (A) Norway 1–2 F Jørgen Leschly Sørensen
135 1946-06-23 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 3–1 F Johannes Pløger, Jørgen Leschly Sørensen, Carl Aage Præst
136 1946-07-08 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Norway 2–0 F Carl Aage Præst, Arne Sørensen
137 1946-07-17 Reykjavík Stadion, Reykjavík (A) Iceland 3–0 F Karl Aage Hansen, Kaj Christiansen, Jørgen Leschly Sørensen
138 1946-09-01 Helsinki Olympic Stadium, Helsinki (A) Finland 5–2 F Ivan Jensen, Johannes Pløger, Erling Sørensen (2), Carl Aage Præst
139 1946-10-06 Gamla Ullevi, Gothenburg (A) Sweden 3–3 F Carl Aage Præst, Jørgen Leschly Sørensen, Karl Aage Hansen
140 1946-10-20 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Norway 7–1 F Karl Aage Hansen (4), Jørgen Leschly Sørensen, Carl Aage Præst (2)
141 1947-06-15 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 1–4 NC Karl Aage Hansen
142 1947-06-20 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Czechoslovakia 2–2 F Carl Aage Præst, Karl Aage Hansen
143 1947-06-26 Råsunda Stadium, Stockholm (A) Sweden 1–6 OT Jørgen Leschly Sørensen
144 1947-09-21 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo (A) Norway 5–3 NC own goal (Gunnar Hansen), Jørgen W. Hansen (2), Carl Aage Præst (2)
145 1947-10-05 Aarhus Stadion, Aarhus (H) Finland 4–1 NC Jørgen W. Hansen, Carl Aage Præst (2), Jørgen Leschly Sørensen
146 1948-06-12 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Norway 1–2 NC Ivan Jensen
147 1948-06-15 Helsinki Olympic Stadium, Helsinki (A) Finland 3–0 NC John Hansen, Kaj Christiansen, Harald Lyngsaa
148 1948-06-26 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Poland 8–0 F Karl Aage Hansen (2), Carl Aage Præst (3), John Hansen (2), Johannes Pløger
149 1948-07-31 Selhurst Park, London (N) Egypt 3–1
(aet)
OG Karl Aage Hansen (2), Johannes Pløger
150 1948-08-05 Highbury, London (N) Italy 5–3 OG John Hansen (4), Johannes Pløger
151 1948-08-10 Wembley Stadium, London (N) Sweden 2–4 OG Holger Seebach, John Hansen
152 1948-08-13 Wembley Stadium, London (A) Great Britain 5–3 OG Carl Aage Præst (2), John Hansen (2), Jørgen Leschly Sørensen
153 1948-09-26 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) England 0–0 F
154 1948-10-10 Råsunda Stadium, Stockholm (A) Sweden 0–1 NC
155 1949-06-12 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Netherlands 1–2 F Svend Jørgen Hansen
156 1949-06-19 Wojska Polskiego Stadium, Warszawa (A) Poland 2–1 OT Frank Reckendorff, Knud Lundberg
157 1949-08-07 Aarhus Stadion, Aarhus (H) Iceland 5–1 F Knud Lundberg, Jens Peter Hansen (2), Kaj Frandsen, Frank Reckendorff
158 1949-09-11 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Finland 0–2 NC
159 1949-09-11 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo (A) Norway 2–0 NC Frank Reckendorff, Jens Peter Hansen
160 1949-10-23 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 3–2 NC Claes Petersen, Jørgen W. Hansen, Edwin Hansen
161 1949-12-11 Olympic Stadion, Amsterdam (A) Netherlands 1–0 F Harald Lyngsaa

1950s

Main article: List of Denmark national football team results – 1950s

During the 1950s, Denmark played 72 games, winning 25, drawing 14, and losing 33. In these games, they scored 138 goals, while conceding 163 to their opponents. The first game of the 1950s was the May 28, 1950 game against Yugoslavia, the 162nd overall Danish national team game. The last game of the 1950s was the December 6, 1959 game against Bulgaria, the 233rd game of the Danish national team.

1960s

Main article: List of Denmark national football team results – 1960s

During the 1960s, Denmark played 91 games, winning 40, drawing 13, and losing 38. In these games, they scored 195 goals, while conceding 160 to their opponents. The first game of the 1960s was the May 26, 1960 game against Norway, the 234th overall Danish national team game. The last game of the 1960s was the October 22, 1969 game against Hungary, the 324th game of the Danish national team.

1970s

Main article: List of Denmark national football team results – 1970s

During the 1970s, Denmark played 97 games, winning 35, drawing 19, and losing 43. In these games, they scored 140 goals, while conceding 152 to their opponents. The first game of the 1970s was the May 9, 1970 game against Poland, the 325th overall Danish national team game. The last game of the 1970s was the November 14, 1979 game against Spain, the 421st game of the Danish national team.

1980s

Main article: List of Denmark national football team results – 1980s

During the 1980s, Denmark played 115 games, winning 56, drawing 22, and losing 37. In these games, they scored 187 goals, while conceding 119 to their opponents. The first game of the 1980s was the May 7, 1980 game against Sweden, the 422nd overall Danish national team game. The last game of the 1980s was the November 15, 1989 game against Romania, the 536th game of the Danish national team.

1990s

Main article: List of Denmark national football team results – 1990s

During the 1990s, Denmark played 102 games, winning 52, drawing 27, and losing 23. In these games, they scored 140 goals, while conceding 83 to their opponents. The first game of the 1990s was the February 5, 1990 game against United Arab Emirates, the 537th overall Danish national team game. The last game of the 1990s was the November 17, 1999 game against Israel, the 638th game of the Danish national team.

2000s

Main article: List of Denmark national football team results – 2000s

During the 2000s, Denmark played 109 games, winning 54, drawing 30, and losing 25. In these games, they scored 171 goals, while conceding 98 to their opponents. The first game of the 2000s was the March 29, 2000 game against Portugal, the 639th overall Danish national team game. The last game of the 2000s was the November 18, 2009 game against United States, the 747th game of the Danish national team.

2010s

# Date Venue Opponents Score Comp Denmark scorers
748 2010-03-03 Ernst Happel Stadion, Vienna (A) Austria 1–2 F Nicklas Bendtner
749 2010-05-27 Aalborg Stadion, Aalborg (H) Senegal 2–0 F Christian Poulsen, Thomas Enevoldsen
750 2010-06-01 Ruimsig Stadium, Roodepoort (N) Australia 0–1 F
751 2010-06-05 Atteridgeville Super Stadium, Johannesburg (A) South Africa 0–1 F
752 2010-06-14 Soccer City, Johannesburg (N) Netherlands 0–2 WC
753 2010-06-19 Loftus Versfeld Stadium, Pretoria (N) Cameroon 2–1 WC Nicklas Bendtner, Dennis Rommedahl
754 2010-06-24 Royal Bafokeng Stadium, Rustenburg (N) Japan 1–3 WC Jon Dahl Tomasson
755 2010-08-11 Parken, Copenhagen (H) Germany 2–2 F Dennis Rommedahl, Mads Junker
756 2010-09-07 Parken, Copenhagen (H) Iceland 1–0 ECQ Thomas Kahlenberg
757 2010-10-08 Estádio José Alvalade, Lisbon (A) Portugal 1–3 ECQ own goal (Ricardo Carvalho)
758 2010-10-12 Parken, Copenhagen (H) Cyprus 2–0 ECQ Morten Rasmussen, Kasper Lorentzen
759 2010-11-17 NRGi Park, Aarhus (H) Czech Republic 0–0 F
760 2011-02-09 Parken, Copenhagen (H) England 1–2 F Daniel Agger
761 2011-03-26 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo (A) Norway 1–1 ECQ Dennis Rommedahl
762 2011-03-29 Štadión Antona Malatinského, Trnava (A) Slovakia 2–1 F own goal (Kornel Saláta), Michael Krohn-Dehli
763 2011-06-04 Laugardalsvöllur, Reykjavík (A) Iceland 2–0 ECQ Lasse Schöne, Christian Eriksen
764 2011-08-10 Hampden Park, Glasgow (A) Scotland 1–2 F Christian Eriksen
765 2011-09-06 Parken, Copenhagen (H) Norway 2–0 ECQ Nicklas Bendtner (2)
766 2011-10-07 Antonis Papadopoulos Stadium, Larnaca (A) Cyprus 4–1 ECQ Lars Jacobsen, Dennis Rommedahl (2), Michael Krohn-Dehli
767 2011-10-11 Parken, Copenhagen (H) Portugal 2–1 ECQ Michael Krohn-Dehli, Nicklas Bendtner
768 2011-11-11 Parken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 2–0 F Nicklas Bendtner, Michael Krohn-Dehli
769 2011-11-15 Blue Water Arena, Esbjerg (H) Finland 2–1 F Daniel Agger, Nicklas Bendtner
770 2012-02-29 Parken, Copenhagen (H) Russia 0–2 F
771 2012-05-26 Volksparkstadion, Hamburg (N) Brazil 1–3 F Nicklas Bendtner
772 2012-06-02 Parken, Copenhagen (H) Australia 2–0 F Daniel Agger, Andreas Bjelland
773 2012-06-09 Metalist Stadium, Kharkiv (N) Netherlands 1–0 EC Michael Krohn-Dehli
774 2012-06-13 Arena Lviv, Lviv (N) Portugal 2–3 EC Nicklas Bendtner (2)
775 2012-06-17 Arena Lviv, Lviv (N) Germany 1–2 EC Michael Krohn-Dehli
776 2012-08-15 TRE-FOR Park, Odense (H) Slovakia 1–3 F Tobias Mikkelsen
777 2012-09-08 Parken, Copenhagen (H) Czech Republic 0–0 WCQ
778 2012-10-12 Vasil Levski National Stadium, Sofia (A) Bulgaria 1–1 WCQ Nicklas Bendtner
779 2012-10-16 San Siro, Milan (A) Italy 1–3 WCQ William Kvist
780 2012-11-14 Türk Telekom Arena, Istanbul (A) Turkey 1–1 F Nicklas Bendtner
781 2013-02-06 Philip II Arena, Skopje (A) Macedonia 0–3 F
782 2013-03-22 Andrův stadion, Olomouc (A) Czech Republic 3–0 WCQ Andreas Cornelius, Simon Kjær, Niki Zimling
783 2013-03-26 Parken, Copenhagen (H) Bulgaria 1–1 WCQ Daniel Agger
784 2013-06-05 Nordjyske Arena, Aalborg (H) Georgia 2–1 F Nicklas Pedersen, Christian Eriksen
785 2013-06-11 Parken, Copenhagen (H) Armenia 0–4 WCQ
786 2013-08-14 PGE Arena Gdańsk, Gdańsk (A) Poland 2–3 F Christian Eriksen, Martin Braithwaite
787 2013-09-06 Ta' Qali National Stadium, Ta' Qali (A) Malta 2–1 WCQ Leon Andreasen, own goal (Ryan Camilleri)
788 2013-09-10 Hrazdan Stadium, Yerevan (A) Armenia 1–0 WCQ Daniel Agger
789 2013-10-11 Parken, Copenhagen (H) Italy 2–2 WCQ Nicklas Bendtner (2)
790 2013-10-15 Parken, Copenhagen (H) Malta 6–0 WCQ Morten Rasmussen, Andreas Bjelland, Daniel Agger (2), Nicki Bille
791 2013-11-15 MCH Arena, Herning (H) Norway 2–1 F William Kvist, Nicolai Boilesen
792 2014-03-05 Wembley Stadium, London (A) England 0–1 F
793 2014-05-22 Nagyerdei Stadion, Debrecen (A) Hungary 2–2 F Christian Eriksen, Lasse Schöne
794 2014-05-28 Parken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 1–0 F Daniel Agger
795 2014-09-04 TRE-FOR Park, Odense (H) Turkey 1–2 F Daniel Agger
796 2014-09-07 Parken, Copenhagen (H) Armenia 2–1 ECQ Pierre-Emile Højbjerg, Thomas Kahlenberg
797 2014-10-11 Ruzhdi Bizhuta Stadium, Elbasan (A) Albania 1–1 ECQ Lasse Vibe
798 2014-10-14 Parken, Copenhagen (H) Portugal 0–1 ECQ
799 2014-11-14 Red Star Stadium, Belgrade(A) Serbia 3–1 ECQ Nicklas Bendtner (2), Simon Kjær
800 2014-11-18 Arena Naţională, Bucharest(A) Romania 0–2 F
801 2015-03-25 Atletion, Aarhus (H) United States 3–2 F Nicklas Bendtner (3)
802 2015-03-29 Stade Geoffroy-Guichard, Saint-Étienne (A) France 0–2 CF
803 2015-06-08 Viborg Stadion, Viborg (H) Montenegro 2–1 F Christian Eriksen, Viktor Fischer
804 2015-06-13 Telia Parken, Copenhagen (H) Serbia 2–0 ECQ Yussuf Poulsen, Jakob Poulsen
805 2015-09-04 Telia Parken, Copenhagen (H) Albania 0–0 ECQ
806 2015-09-07 Vazgen Sargsyan Republican Stadium, Yerevan (A) Armenia 0–0 ECQ
807 2015-10-08 Estádio Municipal de Braga, Braga (A) Portugal 0–1 ECQ
808 2015-10-11 Telia Parken, Copenhagen (H) France 1–2 CF Erik Sviatchenko
809 2015-11-14 Friends Arena, Solna (A) Sweden 1–2 PO Nicolai Jørgensen
810 2015-11-17 Telia Parken, Copenhagen (H) Sweden 2–2 PO Yussuf Poulsen. Jannik Vestergaard
811 2016-03-24 MCH Arena, Herning (H) Iceland 2–1 F Nicolai Jørgensen (2)
812 2016-03-29 Hampden Park, Glasgow (A) Scotland 0–1 F
813 2016-06-03 Toyota Stadium, Aichi (N) Bosnia and Herzegovina 2–2 KC Simon Kjær, Viktor Fischer
814 2016-06-07 Suita City Football Stadium, Osaka (N) Bulgaria 4–0 KC Morten Rasmussen, Christian Eriksen (3)
815 2016-08-31 CASA Arena Horsens, Horsens (H) Liechtenstein 5–0 F Nicolai Jørgensen (2), Andreas Cornelius, Viktor Fischer, Jens Stryger Larsen
816 2016-09-04 Telia Parken, Copenhagen (H) Armenia 1–0 WCQ Christian Eriksen
817 2016-10-08 National Stadium, Warsaw (A) Poland 2–3 WCQ own goal (Kamil Glik), Yussuf Poulsen
818 2016-10-11 Telia Parken, Copenhagen (H) Montenegro 0–1 WCQ
819 2016-11-11 Telia Parken, Copenhagen (H) Kazakhstan 4–1 WCQ Andreas Cornelius, Christian Eriksen (2), Peter Ankersen
820 2016-11-15 Městský stadion (Mladá Boleslav), Mladá Boleslav (A) Czech Republic 1–1 F Nicolai Jørgensen
821 2017-03-26 Cluj Arena, Cluj-Napoca (A) Romania 0–0 WCQ
822 2017-06-06 Brøndby Stadium, Brøndby (H) Germany 1–1 F Christian Eriksen
823 2017-06-10 Almaty Central Stadium, Almaty (A) Kazakhstan 3–1 WCQ Nicolai Jørgensen, Christian Eriksen, Kasper Dolberg
824 2017-09-01 Telia Parken, Copenhagen (H) Poland 4–0 WCQ Thomas Delaney, Andreas Cornelius, Nicolai Jørgensen, Christian Eriksen
825 2017-09-04 Hrazdan Stadium, Yerevan (A) Armenia 4–1 WCQ Thomas Delaney (3), Christian Eriksen
826 2017-10-05 Podgorica City Stadium, Podgorica (A) Montenegro 1–0 WCQ Christian Eriksen
827 2017-10-08 Telia Parken, Copenhagen (H) Romania 1–1 WCQ Christian Eriksen
828 2017-11-11 Telia Parken, Copenhagen (H) Republic of Ireland 0–0 WCQ
829 2017-11-14 Aviva Stadium, Dublin (A) Republic of Ireland 5–1 WCQ Andreas Christensen, Christian Eriksen (3), Nicklas Bendtner
830 2018-03-22 Brøndby Stadium, Brøndby (H) Panama 1–0 F Pione Sisto
831 2018-03-27 Aalborg Stadium, Aalborg (H) Chile 0–0 F
832 2018-06-02 Friends Arena, Stockholm (A) Sweden 0–0 F
833 2018-06-09 Brøndby Stadium, Brøndby (H) Mexico 2–0 F Yussuf Poulsen, Christian Eriksen
834 2018-06-16 Mordovia Arena, Saransk (N) Peru 1–0 WC Yussuf Poulsen
835 2018-06-21 Samara Arena, Samara (N) Australia 1–1 WC Christian Eriksen
836 2018-06-26 Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow (N) France 0–0 WC
837 2018-07-01 Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, Nizhny Novgorod (N) Croatia 1–1 WC Mathias Jørgensen
838 2018-09-05 Štadión Antona Malatinského, Trnava (A) Slovakia 0–3 F
839 2018-09-09 Aarhus Idrætspark, Aarhus (H) Wales 2–0 NL Christian Eriksen (2)
840 2018-10-13 Aviva Stadium, Dublin (A) Republic of Ireland 0–0 NL
841 2018-10-16 MCH Arena, Herning (H) Austria 2–0 F Lukas Lerager, Martin Braithwaite
842 2018-11-16 Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff (A) Wales 2–1 NL Nicolai Jørgensen, Martin Braithwaite
843 2018-11-19 Aarhus Idrætspark, Aarhus (H) Republic of Ireland 0–0 NL
844 2019-03-21 Fadil Vokrri Stadium, Pristina (A) Kosovo 2–2 F Christian Eriksen, Pierre-Emile Højbjerg
845 2019-03-26 St. Jakob-Park, Basel (A) Switzerland 3–3 ECQ Mathias Jørgensen, Christian Gytkjær, Henrik Dalsgaard
846 2019-06-07 Parken Stadium, Copenhagen (H) Republic of Ireland 1–1 ECQ Pierre-Emile Højbjerg
847 2019-06-10 Parken Stadium, Copenhagen (H) Georgia 5–1 ECQ Kasper Dolberg (2), Christian Eriksen, Yussuf Poulsen, Martin Braithwaite
848 2019-09-05 Victoria Stadium, Gibraltar (A) Gibraltar 6–0 ECQ Robert Skov, Christian Eriksen (2), Thomas Delaney, Christian Gytkjær (2)
849 2019-09-08 Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena, Tbilisi (A) Georgia 0–0 ECQ
850 2019-10-12 Parken Stadium, Copenhagen (H) Switzerland 1–0 ECQ Yussuf Poulsen
851 2019-10-15 Aalborg Stadium, Aalborg (H) Luxembourg 4–0 F Martin Braithwaite, Kasper Dolberg (2), Christian Gytkjær
852 2019-11-15 Parken Stadium, Copenhagen (H) Gibraltar 6–0 ECQ Robert Skov (2), Christian Gytkjær, Martin Braithwaite, Christian Eriksen (2)
853 2019-11-18 Aviva Stadium, Dublin (A) Republic of Ireland 1–1 ECQ Martin Braithwaite

See also

References

  1. ^ Brian McColl. "Forgotten Glories – British Amateur Internationals 1901–1974" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 28 July 2017. Retrieved 16 July 2017.
  2. ^ Denmark v Scotland, 09 October 1932, 11v11.com
  3. ^ Danmark - Skotland 3–1, Danish Football Union (in Danish)

Sources