F. Amager Boldklub is a Danish football club, based in the municipality of Amager, located in the metropolitan area of Copenhagen. Formed in 1907, they play in the Danish 1st Division. The club has played at various locations in the Amager district of Copenhagen, including Amagerbrogade, BroTorvet and Bispebjerg Ballpark. They reached the Danish Cup Final in 1988 and 1999.

F. Amager Boldklub was founded in 1907. In their first season, they played in the Copenhagen Football Association competition and finished in third place. The following season, the club played in the Danish 2nd Division, and finished in first place. In 1912, the club moved to Amagerbrogade, and played in BroTorvet until 1936. After a two-year absence due to World War II, the club returned to Amagerbrogade, where they played Bispebjerg Ballpark until they moved to Bispebjerg Regional Stadium in 1996. In their 106-year history, F. Amager Boldklub has played in nine Danish Cup Finals (in 1938, 1942, 1945, 1948, 1955, 1958, 1983, 1988 and 1999).

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