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FA 2000
Full nameFrederiksberg Alliancen 2000
Short nameFA 2000
Founded7 September 2000;
20 years ago
GroundFrederiksberg Idrætspark, Frederiksberg
ChairmanJan Busk
Head coachJesper Pedersen
LeagueDanish 2nd Division
2018–19Denmark Series Group 1, 1st (promoted)
WebsiteClub website

Frederiksberg Alliancen 2000, commonly referred to as FA 2000,[2] is a professional association football club based in the area of Frederiksberg, Capital Region, Denmark, that competes in the Danish 2nd Division, the third tier of the Danish football league system. Founded in 2000, it is affiliated to the regional association DBU Copenhagen. The team plays its home matches at Frederiksberg Idrætspark, where it has been based since its foundation.

The club was founded on 7 September 2000 as a merger between B 1972, Boldklubben Dalgas and Frederiksberg Kammeraternes IF. While B 1972 and Frederiksberg Kammeraterne were non-league clubs, Dalgas had previously competed one season in the third tier.


The club made its official debut in the seventh tier KBU Series 2 in the spring of 2000, where promotion was to KBU Series 1 in the first season. Since then, ambitions have been great at the club, despite struggling to live up to these in the first years. The club was close to reaching promotion in 2003, where former Silkeborg IF player Torben Jørgensen was in charge of FA 2000, but afterwards a couple of chaotic seasons followed, and in 2006 they were only a single point from suffering relegation from the Series 1.

At that point, in the autumn season of 2006, former FC Copenhagen player Iørn Uldbjerg was appointed as new head coach of the team. Under him, the team quietly moved the team away from the bottom and towards the top half of the league, but in the decisive match in 2008 in Fælledparken they lost 3–2 to BK Viktoria in a dramatic match, where FA 2000 led 2–0 at half-time. In 2009, the tournament was rescheduled to start in the autumn, giving half a season with a golden opportunity for promotion, but many player departures during the winter break meant that FA 2000 had to settle for an 8th place. However, the team managed to qualify for the main round of the Danish Cup for the first time in the club's short history.

The disappointment meant that the club board decided to form a sports committee to take care of the development of the club, and the committee's first task was to hire Carsten Rust as the new head coach.[3] He had led KFUMs Boldklub to the fifth tier Copenhagen Series, and for long it looked like he would repeat the feat at FA 2000. However, a long decline during spring ended up costing dearly. A 2–1 defeat at Dragør Boldklub four rounds before the end of the competition cost the promotion. The debut match for Rust had been in the 1st round of the Danish Cup against Allerød FK from the third tier Danish 2nd Division, where they lost 0–2.[4] Rust decided to step down after the season due to private reasons.

Current squad

As of 1 July 2019

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK Denmark DEN Jonas Elkjaer
2 DF Denmark DEN Jesper Rasmussen
3 DF Denmark DEN Casper Andersen
3 DF Denmark DEN Mads Lange
4 DF Denmark DEN Villads Bache
5 DF Denmark DEN Martin Andersen
5 MF Denmark DEN Martin Nielsen
6 DF Denmark DEN Casper Thygesen
6 MF Denmark DEN Michael Jonssen
7 MF Denmark DEN Oliver Pedersen
8 MF Denmark DEN Felix Bojlen
9 MF Denmark DEN Christopher Jensen
No. Pos. Nation Player
10 MF Denmark DEN Kristian Uth
11 FW Denmark DEN Sebastian Jacobsen
12 MF Denmark DEN Rasmus Vibe
15 MF Denmark DEN Daniel Höjland
16 FW Denmark DEN Sammi Bajuni
20 MF Denmark DEN Lucas Simonsen
21 DF Denmark DEN Nikolaj Gjettermann
22 DF Denmark DEN Nicklas Höjland
24 DF Denmark DEN Mikkel Dige
31 DF Denmark DEN Malik Sharfo
GK Denmark DEN Andreas Stensborg
FW Denmark DEN Emil Thomsen


  1. ^ "Frederiksberg IP". us.soccerway.com. Retrieved 2 July 2019.
  2. ^ Om klubben
  3. ^ "Rust: Vendepunktet kom i Kastrup"" (in Danish). FA 2000. 21 December 2009. Retrieved 17 September 2020.
  4. ^ "FA 2000 - Allerød FK, Sydbank Pokalen (11. august 2009)". www.bold.dk. Retrieved 17 September 2020.

Coordinates: 55°40′33″N 12°29′51.5″E / 55.67583°N 12.497639°E / 55.67583; 12.497639

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