3F Cup

Der 3F Cup ist der Pokalwettbewerb im dänischen Frauenfußball. Erstmals wurde der Wettbewerb 1993 ausgespielt. Rekordsieger ist Fortuna Hjørring mit sieben Siegen. Amtierender Titelträger ist Brøndby IF.

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Die bisherigen Endspiele

Jahr Sieger Finalist Ergebnis
1993 HEI Aarhus Vorup FB 3:1
1994 HEI Aarhus Rødovre BK 3:1
1995 Fortuna Hjørring Odense BK 5:1
1996 Fortuna Hjørring Rødovre BK 3:1
1997 Rødovre BK HEI Aarhus 1:0
1998 Odense BK Fortuna Hjørring 4:3
1999 Odense BK Frederiksberg FB 2:1
2000 Fortuna Hjørring Frederiksberg FB 6:2
2001 Fortuna Hjørring Brøndby IF 3:2
2002 Fortuna Hjørring Brøndby IF 4:1
2003 Odense BK Skovbakken 4:3 n.V.
2004 Brøndby IF Skovlunde 2:0
2005 Brøndby IF Fortuna Hjørring 3:0
2006 Fortuna Hjørring Skovbakken 5:1
2007 Brøndby IF Fortuna Hjørring 0:0, 2:1 n.E.
2008 Fortuna Hjørring SønderjyskE 4:0
2009 Skovbakken IK Fortuna Hjørring 4:3
2010 Brøndby IF Skovbakken IK 2:0
2011 Brøndby IF Fortuna Hjørring 3:2

Rekordsieger

Titel Verein Saisons
7 Fortuna Hjørring 1995, 1996, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2006, 2008
5 Brøndby IF 2004, 2005, 2007, 2010, 2011
3 Odense BK 1998, 1999, 2003
2 HEI Aarhus 1993, 1994
1 Rødovre BK 1997
1 Skovbakken IK 2009

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