A brief glimpse into the past

RMB  - ESBJERG ENERGY 25 SEP
RMB - ESBJERG ENERGY 25 SEP

Rødovre Mighty Bulls – Esbjerg Energy 1-6 (0-4 1-0 0-2) 2:45 min. 0-1 Edgars Kulda (Casey Gilling, Andreas Grundtvig) 9:25 min.



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HETAG HØJDEPUNKTER: SE MÅLENE fra Rungsted-Rødovre fredag aften
HETAG HØJDEPUNKTER: SE MÅLENE fra Rungsted-Rødovre fredag aften

Rungsted vandt 5-2 over Rødovre Mighty Bulls fredag aften i Bitcoin Arena. Her får du samtlige syv scoringer fra matchen.



OPTAKT: Rungsted Seier Capital-Rødovre Mighty Bulls
            
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RMB -  AALBORG PIRATES 20 SEP
RMB - AALBORG PIRATES 20 SEP

Rødovre Mighty Bulls – Aalborg Pirates 2-5(0-1 0-1 2-3) 18:04 min. 0-1 Tobias Maximilian Ladehoff (Thomas Spelling) 24:31 min.



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Team, Place & City Details

Hvidovre IF

Hvidovre Idrætsforening, more commonly known as Hvidovre IF is a Danish professional football club based in Hvidovre. The club competes in the Danish 1st Division, the second tier of Danish football, and plays its home matches at the Hvidovre Stadion.

Hvidovre Stadium
Hvidovre Stadium

Hvidovre Stadium is an athletics- and association football stadium located in Hvidovre, south west of Copenhagen, Denmark, that is owned and operated by Hvidovre Municipality. It is currently used mostly for association football matches and is the home stadium of Hvidovre IF (association football and handball), Hvidovre AM (athletics) and previously Hvidovre Stars (american football).

Copenhagen Hockey

Hvidovre Fighters/Copenhagen Hockey is a professional ice hockey team based in Hvidovre, Denmark. They play in the second-highest hockey league in Denmark, the 1.division.

Hvidovre Badminton Club

Hvidovre Badminton Club , also known as Hvidovre BK (Hvidovre Badmintonklub), is a badminton club in Hvidovre in the western suburbs of Copenhagen, Denmark. It has won the Danish Badminton League three times and Europe Cup twice.

Rødovre Mighty Bulls

The Rødovre Mighty Bulls is a Danish professional ice hockey team based in Rødovre, Denmark, playing in the Metal Ligaen, the top tier of Danish ice hockey. The club was founded in 1961 and play their home games in the Rødovre Skøjte Arena which has a capacity of 3,600 spectators.The club has won the Danish championship 6 times in 1978, 1983, 1985, 1986, 1990 and 1999.From 1977-1979, the team was coached by Boris Kulagin, the former coach of the Soviet national ice hockey team.

Hvidovre Municipality
Hvidovre Municipality

Hvidovre Kommune is a municipality in Region Hovedstaden near Copenhagen on the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in eastern Denmark. The municipality covers an area of 22 km2, and has a total population of 53,416 (1 January 2019).

Hvidovre station
Hvidovre station

Hvidovre station is a station on the Taastrup radial of the S-train network in Copenhagen, Denmark. It is located about 1 km north of the old village of Hvidovre, in the far northwestern corner in Hvidovre municipality.

Hvidovre
Hvidovre

Hvidovre is the main town in Hvidovre Municipality, Denmark. The town, a suburb of Copenhagen, is about 10 km southwest of the capital's center.

Hvidovre Hospital

Hvidovre Hospital is a hospital in Hvidovre near Copenhagen in Denmark. It is administered by the Capital Region of Denmark.

Hvidovre Church
Hvidovre Church

Hvidovre Church, located just west of Hvidovre Torv in Hvidovre, is one of the oldest churches in the Greater Copenhagen area and the oldest building in Hvidovre Municipality.

Hvidøre
Hvidøre

Hvidøre House is a former country house at Klampenborg, just south of Bellevue Beach, on the Øresund coast north of Copenhagen, Denmark. It is most known for serving as the home of Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna of Russia, daughter of King Christian IX and mother of the last emperor of Russia, Nicholas II, after she was exiled by the Russian Revolution of 1917.