Vejle Stadion, Vejle (Dänemark): hier findest Du ein Datenblatt mit allen wichtigen Informationen. Stadion: Vejle – Jokri Park (Vejle Stadion). Spiel: – Vejle Boldklub Kolding vs Esbjerg fB 1. Division – – Z: (). P · P Vejle Stadion, Vejle. Gefällt Mal · 2 Personen sprechen darüber · waren hier. Vejle Stadion er det professionelle fodboldhold.
Vejle Stadion, Vejle (Dänemark)Vejle Stadion, Vejle (Dänemark). Stadion: Vejle – Jokri Park (Vejle Stadion). Spiel: – Vejle Boldklub Kolding vs Esbjerg fB 1. Division – – Z: (). P · P Vejle Stadion, Vejle. Gefällt Mal · 2 Personen sprechen darüber · waren hier. Vejle Stadion er det professionelle fodboldhold.
Vejle Stadion Navigationsmenu VideoVejle Stadion Nyt Vejle Stadion. I blev det endelig besluttet at bygge et nyt stadion ved siden af det gamle i Nørreskoven. Efter en del forsinkelser kunne arbejdet endelig gå i gang i efteråret Vejles nye stadion har en total kapacitet på , fordelt på fire tribuner og to hjørner. Der er siddepladser fordelt på de fire tribuner. 1 review of Vejle Stadion "A very compact but yet spacious stadium. The facilities are first class the pitch is very good. There were several rooms which I assume are available for hire. There is limited parking available but it is easily accessible by car and taxi.". Vejle Stadium (Danish: Vejle Stadion) is a fully enclosed, modern (built in ) football stadium in Vejle, Denmark and is home ground of Vejle Boldklub. The stadium has two towers for business and two VIP lounges. The stadium holds 11, spectators and the field is equipped with sprinkler and undersoil heating systems. Stadium: Vejle Stadion Club: Vejle BK Capacity: ( seats) Surface: Grass Location: Northeast in the city Vejle on Jylland Address: Roms Hule 6, Vejle Visited: July Vejle Stadion - Roms Hule 6, Vejle, Denmark - Rated based on Reviews "Et ægte fodboldstadion med tilskuerne tæt på banen og ganske glimrende Jump to Sections of this page.
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On 5 June , VB achieved a record in scoring the highest number of points to win the Danish 1st Division.
Promotion to the Superliga was secured with 78 points from 30 matches. By the 32nd round of the —09 season, it was clear VB would be relegated to play in the Danish 1st Division during the —10 season.
On 8 December , Vejle Boldklub announced that the club known as Vejle Blodklub would merge with Kolding FC and from July would be known as Vejle Boldklub Kolding.
This would mark an end for Vejle Boldklub and the beginning of yet another Danish fusion club. In November Kolding IF withdrew from the agreement with Vejle Boldklub.
From the start of the season in the summer of , Vejle Boldklub once again played under the name VB in the Danish tournament.
After four seasons in the 1st division the club was still chasing a promotion to the Danish Superliga , but neither the seasons —14 and —15 were any great success.
In the first season, VB built a new team under head coach Tonny Hermansen, but was only able to secure a middle position. A couple of players from outside the club came in the following season, but the results did not improve and VB changed coach in the autumn of In the —16 season, it was again the ambition was yet again to fight for promotion.
Despite the strengthening of the team with several new players up to the season, the Vejlensers chased after AC Horsens , Silkeborg and Lyngby who eventually secured promotion for most of the season.
In the spring, the VB head coach changed six games before the end of the season. Sports director Steen Thychosen took over the responsibility in a last attempt to catch up with the top teams, but it turned out not to be enough.
After 0—0 at the break, VB won 4—3 on Anders Kaagh's match winning goal in the match's overtime. On 28 June , Vejle Boldklub got a new owner.
In the summer of , Swedish Andreas Alm took over as head coach of Vejle Boldklub. The former AIK Stockholm coach took over a brand new VB squad, where there were only six players returning from the —16 season.
A large number of players from Europe, South America and Africa came in and in record time — three weeks from the first training session to the season premiere — a new VB team had to get ready.
The results over the autumn were mixed for the new and young VB team, but there was plenty of talent in the team. Survival was secured in the 31st round, and then the work could start on shaping the team that was to chase the promotion in the following season.
Jacob Krüger was hired in the position of technical director and he put put a strong squad together around the Italian coaching staff.
Defensive profiles like Mads Greve and Rasmus Lauritsen came from competing 1st division clubs, midfielder Ylber Ramadani came from Albanian football.
Tunisian Imed Louati and Brazilian Allan Sousa , who had joined VB in February , had gradually become accustomed to Danish football and the two offensive players, together with Dominic Vinicius, played a major role in the coming season.
VB started strongly in the new season and took a top position all fall. During the winter break, the first player sales came under the new owners, when Vejle Boldklub made a transfer of four players.
Despite the four departures and a difficult start to the spring of , Vejle Boldklub secured the direct promotion to the Super League ahead of competing clubs such as Esbjerg fb , Viborg FF and Vendsyssel FF.
It all culminated in the 33rd round on the road against Thisted FC , where VB won 2—0. After a nine-year absence, Vejle Boldklub made a comeback to the Superliga in the —19 season.
After a great start to the season with five points in the first three games, the team came down to earth during the autumn season.
Before the season, the Swedes Gustaf Nilsson and Melker Hallberg , the Irishman Sean Murray , young Adam Jakobsen , while Vladlen Yurchenko and Nathan Oduwa joined during the autumn.
VB was good in many matches, but after the autumn was the team had only won four matches. The squad was strengthened during the winter break with Kjartan Finnbogason , Malte Amundsen , Branko Ilic and Mathias Hebo , but even though the Vejle team was good in many matches, the results were not forthcoming.
Despite eight points in six games, VB ended up last in the pool and had to compete in two matches against Hobro IK for access to the next play-off round for survival.
After 1—0 in Hobro, VB lost 0—2 at Vejle Stadium. Vejle Boldklub's comeback season was a sportive disappointment, but VB had a strong hold on the audience.
There were 5, spectators on average for the team's matches and it placed 7th out of 14 teams in the league based on spectators.
In February , Vejle Boldklub presented a record profit of The impressive result came after the relegation to the 1st division. A number of player sales, in particular, helped to create a substantial result.
Vejle Boldklub quickly put aside the disappointment of the relegation, and began the work of creating a potential top tier team.
After the first few rounds, the Finn Juhani Ojala was brought in. The results were fluctuating in July and August, but as the autumn progressed, VB was the best and most stable team in the league.
In November, Viborg FF and Vejle met for a showdown in Viborg and the last match of the decade was also one of the most memorable.
Down 0—2, VB won 4—3 in a true fireworks display and ended the fall at the top of the second-tier NordicBet LIGA. The fine results continued in the spring season, which ended with 13 matches in two months after the resumption of the NordicBet LIGA after the corona break in Danish football.
Danish Championship. Vejle was put up against one of the biggest clubs in Europe at the time: Anderlecht from Belgium.
Vejle gave the Belgians a good match, but the reds could not keep Anderlecht from progressing in the tournament.
The highlight of Vejle Boldklub's European history came in , when the club went all the way to the quarter finals in the UEFA Cup Winners Cup , where VB lost out to Dutch side FC Twente.
The last time Vejle Boldklub played in Europe was in —99 , when the reds were drawn with Real Betis in the first round of the UEFA Cup.
But against all odds VB won the first match against the Spanish stars as Peter Graulund scored the winner in the dying minutes of the game.
However, in Sevilla VB could not follow up on the good result and lost 5—0. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules.
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