Today’s Date: Launch of the Copenhagen Post Sports Calendar

From today, Friday December 4, our new Sports Calendar (postcalenders.dk) will enable our readers to stay updated on sports opportunities, events and news in Denmark.

Whether it’s finding a youth club for Junior or accessing tickets for the basketball, the CPH Post team hope you’ll find the new addition to our family useful, informative and convenient.

Here’s a little taste of what’s coming up this week:

Ice hockey: Danish League
Fri 4 December, 19:30
Gentofte Stars vs Herlev Eagles
Gentofte Skøjtehal

Handball: Women’s WC
Sat 5 December, 20:00
Denmark vs Japan
Boxen, Herning

Basketball: Danish League
Sat 5 December, 15:00
Stevnsgade vs Randers
Nørrebrohallen, CPH

Football: Superliga
Sun 6 December, 18:00
FCK Vs OB
Parken, CPH

Handball: Women’s WC
Tue 8 December, 20:30
Denmark vs Serbia
Boxen, Herning

Football: Europa League
Thu 10 December, 19:00
FCM vs Club Brugge
MCH Arena, Herning





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