DGF Flensborg

The DGF Flensborg is a sports club of the Danish minority in Flensburg. The first football team played three years in the highest amateur league in Schleswig-Holstein.


The club was founded on 9 November 1923. The footballers played until 1951 in the area of the Danish Association and changed then to the DFB, where even today, many teams in the Danish league system compete. In 1963, DGF was master of the Amateur League 2 North, but failed in the promotion round of the national league. A year later reached the summit in the top flight of Schleswig-Holstein.

By the twelfth rank in the promotion season 1964/65, the Danes were sporting the number one city for one year. A year later, the descent. In the 1971/72 season the team has been a renewed and to date last spell in the top division of the country. 1980 increased DGF also, from the national league and reached eight years later with the descent into the county league its low point.

The club sat now increasingly on his youth and returned back in 1996 in the national league. After a reform leagues DGF played from 1999 to 2008 in the district Oberliga Nord and increased in 2009 from the newly created Association League West from. Since then, the Flensburg compete in the county league.


  • Kolja Afriyie
  • Morten Jensen
  • Christian Jurgensen