The new settled Danish club, København Håndbold continues to transfer players for their next season’s team, which will start in the Danish League under FIF’s licence.
The head-coach of the team is Martin Albertsen, and they have transferred until now some Danish international players and players from Danish teams, as:
left winger Mie Augustesen (Thüringer HC), backplayer Pernille Larsen (Viborg HK), goalkeeper Søs Søby (Viborg HK), Sofie Bloch-Sørensen (FIF), Nanna Fris(FIF), Kristina Krogshede (FIF), lineplayer Marianne Bonde Pedersen, right winger Anne Mette Pedersen (FCM- Rinkøbing Håndbold on loan) and players from Lyngby (first division), like 24 years old lineplayer Christina Haurum, backplayer Ida Sylvest (23).
The assistent coach, Jakob Fryd oming also from the same club, Lyngby.
København Hånbold will get a leader from handball world as well in goalkeeper Christina Pedersen. She is playing her last season in FIF now and she has decided to stop her career. She is a lawyer in the privat life, so Pedersen will become the new sports director of the new club from Copenhagen.