AC Horsens
AC Horsens
Top (left to right): Lasse Dahl, Anton Gelvad, Alem Sabic, Frederik Timm, Johan Kiilerich, Julius Hansen, Asbjørn Gaard
Center (left to right): Claus Troelsen (head of coach), Lucas Hessel, Dan Monrad (performance coach), Arman Bijedic, Frederik Klitgaard, Aksel Kjerkegaard, Gustav Jørgensen, Imran Mehanovic, Lukas Wagner, Selius Gindeberg, Joachim Nielsen, Luca Ørsted, Christian Hansen (head coach), Angelo Nehme, Sebastian Kattrupp (ass. coach), Oliver Nielsen, Rasmus Horyo (goalkeeper coach)
Bottom (left to right): Enrico Singh, Magnus Østergaard, Anders Hoff, Andreas Hermansen, Andreas Lagoni, Viktor Øhlenschlæger


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. Four seasons later, the club was relegated to the Danish First Division, in which it immediately became champion with great force majeure under the leadership of trainer-coach Johnny Mølby. After relegation in 2013, the club promoted back to the Superligaen after three years, from which it was relegated last year.

The most famous player from the youth academy of AC Horsens is undoubtedly Simon Kjær, who plays for AC Milan and is captain of Denmark. Other well-known names are Mads Bech Sørensen, who plays for Brentford FC, Frederik Rønnow, who plays for 1.FC Union Berlin and Jeppe Kjær, who plays for Ajax in the U18 team.

The aim of the Academy of AC Horsens is to bring together the most talented youth players from the region. To this end, the club has entered into a partnership with 25 clubs from the East Jutland region. These 25 clubs form the basis for the academy and are therefore of great importance to the club, which also supports these clubs in order to bring youth football in the region to prosperity.

The U19 team of AC Horsens plays in the U19 Ligaen, the highest division in Denmark. Last year, the team won the Danish Cup final by beating Esbjerg fB on penalties. The captain of the team, Lukas Wagner, is in the squad of Denmark U18.

AC Horsens participates in the KST for the third time. In 2018, the Danes finished in eighth place and in 2019 in fourth place.

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