AC Horsens
AC Horsens
Top (left to right): Noah Weng, Mads Randløv, Jakob Kristensen, Mark Asp, Nicolai Sawicki, Frederik Jørgensen
Center (left to right): Claus Troelsen (Head of Academy), Jeppe Fogeh (physical trainer), Jesper Matz (assistant coach), Jacob Kongsmark, Victor Kubel, Rasmus Larsen, Marco Kruse, Matthias Præst, Mathias Madsen, William Førby, Peder Hansen (GK coach), Michael Larsen (physio), Mads Damgaard (physio), Michael Hjortkjær (headcoach)
Bottom (left to right): Jonas Perra, Mathias Kubel, Jonas Østergaard, Frederik Nørgaard, Mikkel Ahle, Thomas Rohde

AC Horsens was founded in 1994 after a merger between Horsens Forenede Sportsklubber and FC Horsens.
The club promoted to the highest division in 2005 and was able to avoid relegation there in the first season. In the 2008/09 season, the club relegated to the Danish First Division. A season later, AC Horsens became champion with great force majeure under the guidance of coach-coach Johnny Mølby, which made the club active again in the Danish Superligaen in the 2010/11 season. After relegation in 2013, the Danes were promoted to the Superligaen after three years.
The best-known player from the youth ranks of AC Horsen is undoubtedly Simon Kjær (30), who plays for Sevilla and is captain of Denmark. The 20-year-old Mads Bech Sørensen, who plays for the English Brentford and was the captain of Denmark U18 and U19, is also a former youth player of AC Horsens.
The AC Horsens academy almost went bankrupt five years ago. A signal to continue in a different way and this makes the club now the 15th academy in Denmark in the ranking.
The U17 team, which became champion in the second highest division last season, has been almost completely transferred to the current U19 team. This young team is doing great this season in the U19 Drenge Divisionen and even has the prospect of another championship. From this team left defender Mathias Madsen plays for Denmark U17.
AC Horsen participates in the KST for the second time in a row. Last year as a last-minute replacement for FK Brodarac and this time as a stand-in for FK Radnicki Nis.

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