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Starting lineup - published: 19.02.19

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GK Jonas LOSSL Kolding 

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GK Kasper SCHMEICHEL Copenhagen

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DC Frederik SORENSEN Copenhagen

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DC Jannik VESTERGAARD Copenhagen

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DC Raganr SIGURðSSON Reykjavík

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DC Simon KJAER Horsens

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DRC Andres CHRISTENSEN Allerød

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DLC Andreas BJELLAND Fredensborg

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DLC Hordur MAGNUSSON Reykjavík

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DRL Jens STRYGER LARSEN Sakskøbing

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DR Peter ANKERSEN Esbjerg

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DR Rasmus KRISTENSEN Brande

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DL Riza DURMISI Ishøj

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DMC Lasse SCHöNE Glostrup

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MC Aaron GUNNARSSON Akureyri

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MC Pierre HOJBJERG Copenhagen

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MLC Thomas DELANEY Frederiksberg

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MRLC Birkir BJARNASON Akureyi

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AMC Christian ERIKSEN Middelfart

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AMC Gylfi SIGURðSSON Reykjavík

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AMRLC Daniel WASS Gladsaxe

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AMRLC Jakub Bruun LARSEN Lyngby

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AMRL Emre MOR Brönshöj

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AMRL Johann Berg GUDMUNDSSON Reykjavík

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AMRL Sidney SAM Kiel

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FRLC Alfređ FINNBOGASON Grindavík

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FRLC Jon Dadi BODVARSSON Selfoss

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FRLC Martin BRAITHWATE Esbjerg

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FRLC Viktor FISCHER Aarhus

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FRLC Yussuf POULSEN Copenhagen

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FC Kasper DOLBERG Silkeborg

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FC Kolbeinn SIGÞORSSON Reykjavík

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FC Nicolai JORGENSEN Fredericia

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(Today part of: Denmark, Iceland, Schleswig and Holstein in Germany)

During the 19th century, Scandinavism appears among Danish and Swedish students – a literary, linguistic and cultural movement that supported various connections between Scandinavian peoples and countries. It focused on promoting the common Nordic past, common cultural heritage, religion and mythology, and common linguistic roots in the Old Norse language. During the 19th century, the power of the king of Denmark gradually decreased and Denmark became a constitutional monarchy after the revolutionary 1848.

Under the influence of nationalism and romantism in the first half of the 19th century, Icelandic national consciousness begins to develop. The greatest role in this was played by the writers gathered around the journal Fjölnir that was published in Copenhagen. They pointed out some Icelandic peculiarities such as keeping the old Norse custom for formation of last names from the name of the father and a suffix indicating the sex of the child (son or dottir). They pointed out the existence of their own, Icelandic, language that stems from the Western Norwegian dialect from the Viking age. They could also boast of being the only Nordic people who wrote down their myths and legends from the pagan times in poems known as eddas. Jon Sigurdsson (1811-1879) was a prominent politician whose diplomatic skill helped restore the parliament (Althing, 1848), and Iceland gained limited home rule in 1874.