Aalborg BK
Aalborg BK
Top (left to right): Mads Lerche (physical trainer), Thomas Skibsted (goalkeeper trainer), Oliver Ross, Oliver Henriksen, Mario Lilliedal, Jeppe Røge, Alexander Steen (assistant coach), Kim Leth Andersen (head coach)
Center (left to right): Per Bach (kit man), Christoffer Ravn, Noah Holmdstrøm, Anosike Ementa, Theo Sander, Noah Nymark, Sebastian Otoa, Magnus Koch, Jacob Gaardsøe, Carl Aage (kit man)
Bottom (left to right): Emil Nymann, Sebastian Stahlfest, Mathias Vægter, Suleiman El-Hajj, Oscar Meedom, Gustav Dahl, Remy Rasmussen

Aalborg BK was founded in 1885, first as a cricket club and from 1902 with a football department. The footballers became Danish champions four times, won the cup three times and in 2007 the UEFA Intertoto Cup.

In 1995, Aalborg BK won the national title for the first time. In the preliminary round of the Champions League, the club was then eliminated by Dynamo Kiev, but due to a bribery scandal, Dynamo was disqualified and Aalborg was allowed to take their place and thus became the first Danish club to participate in the group stage of the Champions League.

The youth department of the club, the AaB Akademiet, was founded in its current form in 2008. We mainly work with players aged 12-19 and with the U13-U19 teams. This means that there are currently about 100 players and five teams in the academy.
The AaB Akademiet is one of the leading youth academies in Denmark and is therefore certified every year. The recently delivered number of talented players such as Kasper Kusk, Mathias Ross, Lucas Andersen (all three Aalborg BK), Oliver Abildgaard (Rubin Kazan), Joakim Mæhle (Atalanta Bergamo), Mikkel Kaufmann (HSV Hamburg), Jacob Barrett Laursen (Arminia Bielefeld) and Jannick Pohl (FC Groningen) weighs in, but also the number of own players in the first selection. This percentage is the highest of all Danish clubs and the club is also in the European top-10 of the number of playing minutes by home-grown players.

Aalborg BK makes its debut at the KST and it has with Anders Noshe (U16), Theo Sander (U17), Oliver Ross (U18) three and possibly with Christoffer Ravn (U19) four youth internationals in the ranks.

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