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Published: Monday 1 July 2013, 17.42CET

Standings

Last updated: 17/07/2013 01:13 CET

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Norway (A)

Statistics

Last updated: 21/09/2014 22:08 CET

Record in this competition

Recent campaigns
SeasonStagePWDL
2006/09Final tournament - Group stage11803
2003/05Final tournament - Group stage11821
1999/01Semi-finals12705
1995/97Final tournament - Group stage11614
1993/95Quarter-finals6501
Full UEFA competition record
CompetitionPWDL
UEFA Women's EURO104631724
FIFA Women's World Cup372467
Qualifying matches included
Last updated: 26/07/2013 15:14 CET
Published: Monday 1 July 2013, 17.42CET

Denmark

DENMARK

Denmark are fixtures at this level of the game and in Sweden are hoping to put right their recent reputation as a nation who always qualify but then seldom progress at final tournaments.

UEFA Women's EURO 2009 was a good example, as they lost their last game to the Netherlands when a draw would have taken them through to the knockout stages, a similar scenario to their defeat by Finland four years earlier. They have been in the last four on four occasions, and made four out of six FIFA Women's World Cups, and now hope a new generation can improve on that.

Denmark were quick to make their mark on women's football by winning the inaugural, unofficial world championship in 1970. Led by captain Lis Lene Nielsen and inspired by goal-hungry 15-year-old Susanne Augustesen, Denmark were the world's dominant force, a fact they reiterated by repeating the feat in 1971.

Tournament record
2009: group stage
2005: group stage
2001: semi-finals
1997: group stage
1995: quarter-finals
1993: third place
1991: third place
1989: quarter-finals
1987: did not qualify
1984: semi-finals

Other honours
1998 UEFA European Women's Under-18 Championship winners

2013 qualifying
Group 7 winners, P8 W7 D0 L1 F28 A3 Pts 21

Top scorer: Pernille Harder 9
Most appearances: Mariann Knudsen, Theresa Nielsen, Katrine Søndergaard Pedersen, Sanne Troelsgaard, Nanna Christiansen, Pernille Harder, Johanna Rasmussen 8

Friendly results since qualifying
9 December: W5-0 v Mexico (Sao Paulo tournament group, Sao Paulo)
13 December: D0-0 v Portugal (Sao Paulo tournament group, Sao Paulo)
16 December: L1-2 v Brazil (Sao Paulo tournament group, Sao Paulo)
19 December: D2-2 v Brazil (Sao Paulo tournament final, Sao Paulo)
12 February: D0-0 v Spain (a, Las Rozas)
6 March: D0-0 v Germany (Algarve Cup group, Albufeira)
8 March: D0-0 v Norway (Algarve Cup group, Parchal)
11 March: L0-2 v Japan (Algarve Cup group, Faro-Loule)
13 March: W3-0 v Mexico (Algarve Cup 7th place, Lagos)
5 April: L0-1 v Netherlands (h, Silkeborg)
8 April: W5-0 v Russia (h, Horsens)
20 June: W2-0 v Iceland (h, Viborg)
28 June: D2-2 v Spain (h, Vejle)

Competition record win
11-0 v Armenia (h), 23/11/2013, 2013 qualifying
11-0 v Lithuania (h), 15/06/94, 1995 qualifying
11-0 v Lithuania (a), 15/08/93, 1995 qualifying

Competition record defeat
0-5 v Norway (a), 30/06/97, 1997 final tournament group stage

Last updated: 23/07/13 18.33CET

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