The female Danish national team and Dansk Boldspil-Union (DBU) has extended the current landsholdsaftale, so that it now runs until 2025.
This means, among other things, that the DBU will now go hard after becoming a host for the european championship in 2025.
It confirms both the DBU and Spillerforeningen.
- With the extension of the landsholdsaftalen ensure a solid framework for the women's team in 2025 and continuing ambition to strengthen the sporting setup around the team as well as several commercial agreements, according to a press release.
the Parties concluded in 2017, the four-year agreement, which has now been extended.
It was reached after a long negotiation process that created a much discussed conflict.
the Conflict meant, among other things, that Denmark is not met up to a WORLD cup qualifier against Sweden and was taberdømt 0-3 at the desk.
DBU volunteered to cancel, since the players were not met in landsholdslejren. The reason was that at the same time negotiated the terms of the landsholdsaftalen. The danes ended up missing the WORLD cup.
Since then, women's team got a better tv deal and new commercial partners. There have also been associated with a real physical trainer, a sportspsykolog to several of the sessions and by a chef and analyst to træningsturneringen the Algarve Cup in Portugal.
With the extension of the agreement taking the national team is another step in the right direction, believe Pernille Harder.
- We are pleased that we have extended the agreement. It creates a framework that we can develop and strengthen the sporting setup. The most important thing for us is to provide a better sporting conditions, so we have the best opportunities to toppræstere and achieve our high ambitions, she says.
DBU's director, Jacob Jensen, is also excited about the new landsholdsaftale.
- women's team is in a great development, and we will continue to would like to develop and invest in sporting terms and the team's development.
- at the same time, we have now conditions ready to apply for the hosting of the women's european championship in 2025, which will be a huge event for both the women's team and the Danish female football, said DBU director.