Fixtures

Denmark Division 3 03/12 12:00 18 Dalum IF vs Frem - View
Denmark Division 3 03/19 13:00 19 Frem vs Næsby - View
Denmark Division 3 03/26 12:15 20 IF Lyseng vs Frem - View
Denmark Division 3 04/02 12:00 21 Frem vs Herlev - View
Denmark Division 3 04/09 13:00 22 Vanløse vs Frem - View

Results

Europe Friendlies 01/14 17:30 - BK Frem v AB L 0-5
Denmark Division 3 11/20 13:00 17 [2] Frem v Slagelse [10] W 5-0
Denmark Division 3 11/13 12:00 16 [10] Karlslunde IF v Frem [2] D 2-2
Denmark Division 3 11/06 13:00 15 [2] Frem v Young Boys FD [5] W 1-0
Denmark Division 3 10/30 11:30 14 [3] VSK Aarhus v Frem [2] W 1-2
Denmark Division 3 10/23 12:00 13 [2] Frem v FC Roskilde [1] D 2-2
Denmark Division 3 10/16 12:00 12 [3] Frem v KFUM Roskilde [2] W 3-2
Denmark Division 3 10/09 12:00 11 [12] Herlev v Frem [4] W 0-3
Denmark Division 3 10/02 12:00 10 Frem v Vanløse L 2-3
Denmark Division 3 09/26 11:00 9 [11] Slagelse v Frem [3] D 1-1
Denmark Cup 09/23 16:00 9 Frem v AGF Aarhus L 0-3
Denmark Division 3 09/18 12:00 8 [3] Frem v VSK Aarhus [7] D 1-1

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 39 20 19
Wins 14 9 5
Draws 11 4 7
Losses 14 7 7
Goals for 64 35 29
Goals against 54 27 27
Clean sheets 11 6 5
Failed to score 11 6 5

Wikipedia - Boldklubben Frem

Boldklubben Frem (also known as Frem, BK Frem or BK Frem Copenhagen) is a Danish sports club based in the Valby-Sydhavnen area of Copenhagen. It is best known for its semi-professional football team. Since its foundation in 1886, Frem has won the Danish Championships six times and the Danish Cup twice. Until the disastrous bankruptcy in 1993, Frem had played in the top division all but six seasons. After the bankruptcy the club fought its way back to the top of Danish football, but in 2010 it went bankrupt again and was demoted to the Copenhagen Series—the fifth tier in the Danish league system. After two back to back promotions, the club now participates in the Danish 2. Division, the third tier.

The club also has a youth and amateur football branch, as well as a cricket team. It is also involved in the running of the KIES sports boarding school.

History

Early years

BK Frem were founded as Fremskridtsklubbens Cricketklub on 17 July 1886 by a group of seditious young men from the then government hostile Venstre Reform Party, as a cloak for political activities. In 1887 football was introduced and the name was changed to Boldklubben Frem, stiftet af Fremskridtsklubben (lit. Danish: The Ball Club Forward, founded by the Progress Club).

In the first two years of the life of the club, only two sports matches were played, but when the Danish Football Association introduced a football tournament in 1889, the club was invited to participate, and in 1890 Frem became the first Danish club to beat KB in a football match. In 1902 Frem became unofficial Danish champions when they won the league played under the auspices of the Danish FA. This was the first ever senior title won by the club.

In 1905, the club moved to its own field at Enghavevej, Vesterbro, obtaining its distinct working class profile. To this day, both the Social Democrats and the Union of Metalworkers holds Frem sponsorships. In 1912, Frem joined the representative team Stævnet which arranged lucrative exhibition matches and played a decisive role in Danish football politics.

Palmy days

In the years 1923–1944, Frem won six Danish Championships.

Division Yo-Yoing

Since 1983 Frem had been battling economically, and in 1993 saw themselves demoted to the Danmarksserien following a bankruptcy, which was due to a debt of DKK 8,500,000 and allegations of fraud.

Following a short but expensive spell in the Superliga in 2003–2004, Frem were once again on the verge of bankruptcy with a debt of DKK 10,000,000.

In 2010, after years of uncertain economy, the club once again went bankrupt and was demoted to the Copenhagen Series.