DBU Chairman opens Exhibition at Dana Cup

21. Jul 2014
DBUudstillingJette Andersen visited the exhibition and saw the European Championship trophy, when she attended DBU's Jubilee reception in May in Brøndby. In the picture from the left: DBU chairman Jesper Møller, Mette Bach, Løkken, former national player from Fortuna and now board member of DBU, Jette Andersen and Frits Ahlstrøm.

 DBU Chairman opens Exhibition at Dana Cup

 The creator of DBU's Jubilee Exhibition, UEFA's long-standing Media Director Frits Ahlstrøm, is also in Hjørring

One will have the opportunity to relive several happy memories in the history of Danish football, as Dana Cup hosts DBU's Jubilee Exhibition devoted to the celebration of the 125-year anniversary of the organisation in May.

On Tuesday, the exhibition container will be in place at Vendiahallen on Ths. Morildsvej and early in the evening the doors will be opened, when a manager meeting for Dana Cup participants and a number of local guests takes place.

'Luckily, the chairman of the Danish Football Association (DBU) Jesper Møller will visit and, in addition, he will carry out the official opening of the exhibition in Hjørring,' the CEO of the Dana Cup Jette Andersen explains.

The exhibition container has been on a countrywide tour of Denmark visiting cities like Aalborg, Aarhus, Odense and Copenhagen. And now the exhibition is in the region of Vendsyssel.

'It is an exhibition addressing many people interested in the history of Danish football. Frits Ahlstrøm, who has created the exhibition, is the person, who knows all aspects of Danish football. Moreover, his long-standing work for the UEFA enables him to throw the domestic in relief to international football. Thus, we are obviously happy that he is present at this year's Dana Cup and I bet he is ready to talk about the exhibition,' Jette Andersen says.

Jette Andersen expects that many people from the local clubs will find their way to the exhibition at Vendiahallen, and she also thinks that several of the foreign youth will like the stories about Michael and Brian Laudrup, Peter Schmeichel, Frank Arnesen and those from an even earlier period.

The exhibition also features a copy of the European Championship trophy, which Denmark won in 1992 in Gothenburg, Sweden.

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