|Nickname(s)||De Rød-Hvide (The Red and White)|
|Association||Danish Football Association|
|Head coach||Lars Søndergaard|
|Most caps||Katrine Pedersen (210)|
|Top scorer||Merete Pedersen (65)|
|Current||15 2 (12 July 2019)|
|Highest||6 (March 2007)|
|Lowest||20 (June 2016)|
| Denmark 1–0 Sweden |
(Markusböle, Finland; 27 July 1974)
| Denmark 15–0 Georgia |
(Vejle, Denmark; 24 October 2009)
| United States 7–0 Denmark |
(Orlando, United States; 24 February 1995)
|Appearances||4 (first in 1991)|
|Best result||Quarterfinals (1991, 1995)|
|Appearances||9 (first in 1984)|
|Best result||Runners-up (2017)|
|World Cup Finals|
|2003||Did not qualify|
|2011||Did not qualify|
|2000||Did not qualify|
|1987||Did not qualify|
|1995||Did not qualify|
The following is a list of matches in 2017
The following is a list of matches in 2018
Head coach: Lars Søndergaard
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club|
|1||GK||Line Geltzer Johansen||26 July 1989||5||0||Logroño|
|16||GK||Naja Bahrenscheer||3 September 1996||2||0||BSF|
|2||DF||Mie Leth Jans||6 February 1994||26||0||Rosengard|
|3||DF||Janni Arnth Jensen (vice-captain)||15 October 1986||88||1||Arsenal|
|5||DF||Simone Boye Sørensen||3 March 1992||55||5||Rosengard|
|8||DF||Theresa Nielsen||20 July 1986||128||5||Seattle Reign|
|12||DF||Rikke Sevecke||15 June 1996||11||0||Brøndby|
|4||MF||Maja Kildemoes||15 August 1996||27||1||Linkopings|
|6||MF||Nanna Christiansen||17 June 1989||95||7||Brøndby|
|7||MF||Sanne Troelsgaard Nielsen||15 August 1988||131||45||Rosengard|
|11||MF||Katrine Veje||19 June 1991||115||9||Arsenal|
|13||MF||Sofie Junge Pedersen||24 April 1992||52||4||Juventus|
|18||MF||Julie Tavlo Petersson||20 October 1989||13||1||Brøndby|
|20||MF||Nicoline Sørensen||15 August 1997||19||2||Brøndby|
|21||MF||Mille Gejl||23 September 1999||0||0||Brøndby|
|23||MF||Karen Holmgaard||28 January 1999||10||0||Fortuna Hjørring|
|9||FW||Nadia Nadim||2 January 1988||85||29||Paris Saint-Germain|
|10||FW||Pernille Harder (captain)||15 November 1992||105||53||VfL Wolfsburg|
|15||FW||Frederikke Thøgersen||24 July 1995||42||1||Fortuna Hjørring|
The following list of active players were not called up for the latest match of the national team, but have been called up for an A-level match within the last 12 months.
|Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club||Latest call-up|
|GK||Stina Lykke Petersen||9 February 1986||83||0||KoldingQ||v. Sweden; 4 September 2018RET|
|GK||Maria Lindblad Christensen||3 July 1995||1||0||Fortuna Hjørring||v. Croatia; 24 October 2017INJ|
|DF||Line Røddik Hansen||31 January 1988||132||13||Nordsjælland||v. Hungary; 19 September 2017|
|DF||Cecilie Sandvej||13 June 1990||34||1||FFC Frankfurt||v. Sweden; 4 September 2018|
|DF||Laura Frank||3 August 1998||2||0||Fortuna Hjørring||2018 Algarve Cup|
|DF||Stine Ballisager Pedersen||3 January 1994||8||0||Vålerenga||v. United States; 21 January 2018|
|DF||Luna Gevitz||3 March 1994||10||0||Fortuna Hjørring||v. Hungary; 19 September 2017|
|MF||Julie Trustrup Jensen||6 April 1994||21||0||Vålerenga||v. Sweden; 4 September 2018|
|MF||Karoline Smidt Nielsen||12 May 1994||24||5||Turbine Potsdam||v. Hungary; 12 June 2018INJ|
|FW||Johanna Rasmussen||2 July 1983||153||41||Linköpings FC||v. Sweden; 4 September 2018INJ|
|MF||Line Sigvardsen Jensen||23 August 1991||66||2||Fortuna Hjørring||UEFA Women's Euro 2017INJ|
|MF||Sarah Dyrehauge Hansen||14 September 1996||9||2||Fortuna Hjørring||v. United States; 21 January 2018INJ|
|MF||Caroline Rask||25 May 1994||9||1||Fortuna Hjørring||v. Hungary; 12 June 2018|
|FW||Stine Larsen||24 January 1996||37||7||Brøndby IF||v. Ukraine; 9 April 2018INJ|
|FW||Signe Bruun||6 April 1998||2||1||Paris Saint-Germain||2018 Algarve CupINJ|
|FW||Caroline Møller||19 December 1998||0||0||Fortuna Hjørring||v. United States; 21 January 2018|
|4||Line Røddik Hansen||2006–present||132|
|5||Sanne Troelsgaard Nielsen||2008–present||131|
|8||Anne Dot Eggers Nielsen||1993–2007||118|
|#||Player||Denmark career||Goals||Caps||Goals per game|
|4||Sanne Troelsgaard Nielsen||2008–present||45||131||0.34|
|Anne Dot Eggers Nielsen||1993–2007||118||0.22|
|Head coach||Lars Søndergaard||December 2017|
|Assistant coach||Katrine S. Pedersen||September 2015|
|Assistant coach and talent identification||Lene Terp||September 2016|
|Goalkeeper coach||Heidi Johansen||2015|
|Physiotherapist||Rikke Holm Brink||June 2015|
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Dorthe Larsen (born (1969 -08-08)8 August 1969) was a female Danish football goalkeeper. She was part of the Denmark women's national football team.
She competed at the 1996 Summer Olympics, playing 3 matches. On club level she played for Fortuna Hjørring.Hanne Sand Christensen
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Aged 30, Heiner-Møller broke his leg and had to finish his career as a footballer.
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|FIFA Women's World Cup history|
|1991||Group stage||17 November||New Zealand||W 3–0||Tianhe Stadium, Guangzhou|
|19 November||China PR||D 2–2||Guangdong Provincial Stadium, Guangzhou|
|21 November||Norway||L 1–2||Ying Dong Stadium, Panyu|
|Quarter-finals||24 November||Germany||L 1–2 (aet)||Zhongshan Stadium, Zhongshan|
|1995||Group stage||6 June||Australia||W 5–0||Arosvallen, Västerås|
|8 June||United States||L 0–2||Strömvallen, Gävle|
|10 June||China PR||L 1–3||Arosvallen, Västerås|
|Quarter-finals||13 June||Norway||L 1–3||Tingvallen, Karlstad|
|1999||Group stage||19 June||United States||L 0–3||Giants Stadium, East Rutherford|
|24 June||North Korea||L 1–3||Civic Stadium, Portland|
|27 June||Nigeria||L 0–2||Jack Kent Cooke Stadium, Landover|
|2007||Group stage||12 September||China PR||L 2–3||Wuhan Stadium, Wuhan|
|15 September||New Zealand||W 2–0|
|20 September||Brazil||L 0–1||Yellow Dragon Sports Center, Hangzhou|
|19 September 2017 2019 World Cup qualification||Hungary||1–6||Denmark||Győr, Hungary|
|Jakabfi 41' (pen.)||Report||Nadim 28' (pen.)
Troelsgaard 44', 67', 74'
|Stadium: Gyirmóti Stadion|
Referee: Ewa Augustyn (Poland)
|20 October 2017 2019 World Cup qualification||Sweden||3–0|
|Stadium: Gamla Ullevi|
|Note: The Sweden v Denmark match was scheduled for 20 October 2017, but was cancelled because of a disagreement between the Danish team and their federation. On 16 November it was announced that the result was awarded 3–0 to Sweden.|
|24 October 2017 2019 World Cup qualification||Croatia||0–4||Denmark||Zagreb, Croatia|
|Report||Harder 7', 27'
|Stadium: Stadion ŠRC Zaprešić|
Referee: Lorraine Clark (Scotland)
|21 January 2018 Friendly||United States||5–1||Denmark||San Diego, California|
|19:30 ET||Morgan 17'
Pugh 47', 65'
|Report||Nadim 14'||Stadium: SDCCU Stadium|
Referee: Karen Abt (United States)
|28 February 2018 2018 Algarve Cup||Denmark||0–0||Iceland||Lagos, Portugal|
|19:30 CET||Report||Stadium: Lagos Municipal Stadium|
|2 March 2018 2018 Algarve Cup||Denmark||2–3||Netherlands||Vila Real de Santo António, Portugal|
|19:30 CET||Harder 19'
|Report||van den Goorbergh 31'
Boye 90+4' (o.g.)
|Stadium: VRS António Sports Complex|
Referee: Casey Reibelt (Australia)
|5 March 2018 2018 Algarve Cup||Japan||2–0||Denmark||Algarve, Portugal|
|16:40 CET||Hasegawa 82'
Iwabuchi 90+3' (pen.)
|Report||Stadium: Estádio Algarve|
Referee: Ledya Tafesse (Ethiopia)
|7 March 2018 2018 Algarve Cup||Iceland||1–1|
|19:30 CET||Eiríksdóttir 70'||Report||Troelsgaard Nielsen 62'||Stadium: VRS António Sports Complex, Vila Real de Santo António|
Referee: Salima Mukansanga (Rwanda)
|9 April 2018 2019 World Cup qualification||Denmark||1–0||Ukraine||Viborg, Denmark|
|18:00||Troelsgaard 79'||Report||Stadium: Viborg Stadium|
Referee: Jana Adámková (Czech Republic)
|8 June 2018 2019 World Cup qualification||Ukraine||1–5||Denmark||Lviv, Ukraine|
|Ovdiychuk 90+3'||Report||Nadim 6', 52'
Troelsgaard 81', 90+5'
|Stadium: Arena Lviv|
Referee: Carina Vitulano (Italy)
|12 June 2018 2019 World Cup qualification||Denmark||5–1||Hungary||Viborg, Denmark|
|18:00||Nadim 44', 45+1'
|Report||Jakabfi 24'||Stadium: Viborg Stadium|
Referee: Rebecca Welch (England)
|30 August 2018 2019 World Cup qualification||Denmark||1–1||Croatia||Viborg, Denmark|
|19:00||Nadim 90+2'||Report||Lojna 60'||Stadium: Viborg Stadium|
Referee: Volha Tsiareshka (Belarus)
|4 September 2018 2019 World Cup qualification||Denmark||0–1||Sweden||Viborg Stadium, Viborg|
||Referee: Anastasia Pustovoitova (Russia)|
|5 October 2018 2019 FIFA World Cup qualifier – Play-off SF||Netherlands||2–0||Denmark||Rat Verlegh Stadion, Breda|
Referee: Kateryna Monzul (Ukraine)
|9 October 2018 2019 FIFA World Cup qualifier – Play-off SF||Denmark||1–2||Netherlands||Viborg Stadium, Viborg|
|18:00||Nadim 5' (P)||Report||Beerensteyn 7, 90+2'||Referee: Sara Persson (Sweden)|
Denmark squads – FIFA Women's World Cup
Denmark women's football squad – 1996 Summer Olympics
Denmark squads – UEFA Women's Championship
|Other national teams|
Denmark at the FIFA Women's World Cup