Denmark or 'De Rod-Hvide' are a national football team who play in UEFA and have been one of the best teams in Scandinavia in recent decades. Manufactured by adidas, Denmark wear red home shirts with white trim which reflects their national flag and they feature the DBU crest on the chest. Their last appearance in a major tournament was in the 2012 UEFA Euro where they played in a group containing Germany, Portugal and Netherlands and did not make it to the knock-out stage.
Denmark play their home games in strip comprising of red shirts, white shorts and red socks. They have been a competitive side in international football since the mid 1980s, their red shirts appearing in the World Cup of 1986 for the first time, when they surprised the world by winning their group, including a 6-1 thrashing of Uruguay. In the second round, they came back to earth getting knocked out by Spain 5-1. Denmark were surprise winners of the European Championships in 1992, coming off the beach to replace war torn Yugoslavia in the competition and won the final beating Germany 2-0.
Hummel continue their unique designs for Denmark by unveiling new home and away shirts with iconic detailing. After revealing a limited edition whiteout shirt to celebrate their newly signed contract with Denmark to pose as official kit suppliers once again, Hummel have now followed-up by designi [...]
Kit manufacturers Hummel celebrate their new contract with Denmark as official shirt suppliers by releasing a stunning whiteout strip. Limited to just 99 shirts across the globe, Denmark's latest strip poses as stunning as it is a limited edition through a true whiteout design created by Hummel w [...]
The Danish national football team played their first international against England in Copenhagen, Denmark on the 5th May 1910 winning 2-1. They play their home games in the 41,500 capacity Parken stadium, Kbenhavn. The current roster features several well known players including Liverpool's Daniel Agger, Manchester United's Anders Lindegaard and Tottenham Hotspurs' Christian Eriksen.
The Scandinavian nation have had several iconic footballers to play for the side including Peter Schmeichel, Jon Dahl Tomasson, Michael Laudrup, Paul Nielsen and Thomas Helveg.