Date of birth: 17 January 1971
Playing career: Ølstykke FC, Ferencvárosi TC, B93 København, AGF Århus, Vejle BK
Coaching career: B93 København Under-18, Brøndby IF U18, Brøndby IF women, Denmark
Kenneth Heiner-Møller is a busy man. Not only does has he coached the Denmark women's team since 2006, but he also works part-time as a psychologist and is a teacher at a sports school.
Taking his current surname from his wife after they married, Heiner-Møller was known as Kenneth Rasmussen during his playing career as a midfielder, beginning at youth level with B 1903 København and then at senior level with second division Ølstykke FC. In 1994, he made the rare move from Denmark to Hungary with Ferencvárosi TC, winning the league as well as two national cups in a short spell. Returning home with B 1903, he went on to play for AGF Århus and Vejle BK, taking his tally of Danish league games to 250 before becoming a coach in 2002.
His first role was with the B93 København Under-18 side and he then had two years in charge of Brøndby IF's team at the same age group, before a 2005 switch to lead the club's female section. Heiner-Møller enjoyed immediate success with a domestic double and run to the UEFA Women's Cup quarter-finals.
In July 2006, he was appointed Denmark women's coach after Peter Bonde switched to become assistant for the men's team. After taking his charges to the 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup, only just missing out on the quarter-finals and an Olympic berth, Heiner-Møller successfully steered his side through qualifying for UEFA Women's EURO 2009 and 2013. He will step down after the finals to become CEO of development of national coaches and sports directors within Team Danmark, an organisation which supports and finances elite sport in Denmark.
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