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Saturday 2 December 2023 Dublin: 4°C

# Copenhagen

This year
Gavin Cooney: Maguire and Onana's night of redemption papers over United's cracks
A 1-0 win over Copenhagen jumpstarts United’s campaign without dispelling many of the doubts surrounding them.
Shamrock Rovers face potential trip to side who held Man City
FC Copenhagen await the Hoops, while St Patrick’s Athletic could play Glentoran in an all-Ireland Europa Conference League tie.
Last year
Copenhagen holds memorial for shopping centre shooting victims
Three people were killed in the shooting on Sunday.
Copenhagen shooting suspect remanded in custody for 24 days
The 22-year-old gunman was indicted for murder today.
Gunman kills three, leaves three critically wounded at Copenhagen shopping centre
Police said it was too early to speculate on the motive for the shooting.
'Several dead' in Copenhagen mall shooting: police
The shooting occurred at a shopping mall in the city.
Lampaert wins Tour de France opener in Copenhagen rain
The Belgian will wear the overall leader’s jersey tomorrow.
All time
Scotland’s World Cup hopes dented as Denmark ease to win in Copenhagen
Steve Clarke’s side were two down in 15 minutes through goals from Daniel Wass and Joakim Maehle.
Denmark preparing for 'emotional' Parken return to face fancied Belgium
Danish fans are planning to stage a minute’s applause during the game in support of Christian Eriksen.
‘We basically shot ourselves in the foot’
Celtic manager Neil Lennon blames ‘basic individual’ errors after his side crashed out of the Europa League last night.
Forster penalty save crucial as Celtic leave Copenhagen with a draw
Forster tipped Jens Stage’s penalty onto the post to earn a 1-1 draw.
'People that have turned down fights with me, but Jack is a warrior': Cannonier prevails against Hermansson
Elsewhere on Saturday night, Gunnar Nelson was beaten in his welterweight clash with Gilbert Burns.
Dozens of people charged for riding E-scooters while intoxicated in Copenhagen
24 people were caught riding the scooters drunk and four were under the influence of drugs.
Ministers offer condolences to family of Irish soccer fan who died in Copenhagen
Players on the Irish soccer team will wear black armbands in respect of the fan who died.
Denmark striker Nicklas Bendtner accused of breaking taxi driver's jaw in Copenhagen
The former Arsenal forward has reportedly been involved in an altercation in the Danish capital.
Commuter bikes take over from cars in Copenhagen but how far behind is Dublin?
Dublin “behind the Danes” – more people cycling to work in Copenhagen than driving
Danish inventor handed life sentence for killing journalist Kim Wall
Peter Madsen’s lawyer has said he will appeal the verdict.
Inventor 'viewed video of woman being decapitated' hours before journalist's death
Peter Madsen has admitted dismembering Kim Wall but denies killing her.
Danish inventor accused of murder says journalist was killed by toxic fumes
An expert has said Peter Madsen’s claim is implausible, if not impossible.
Ireland's Ferguson narrowly misses out on final place at European swimming championships
The 18-year-old broke his own record to finish 13th overall.
Mona McSharry breaks Irish record with fifth place finish in European final
The 17-year-old capped off an incredible year by setting a new Irish record in the 100m Breaststroke.
Jordan Sloan breaks third Irish record at European swimming championships
The 24-year-old Bangor native set a new Irish record in the 100m Freestyle at the European Championships in Copenhagen.
Teen prodigy McSharry falls short on busy day for Team Ireland at European Champs
Herself and Alex Murphy failed to advance to the 50m breaststroke finals while Jordan Sloan set a new Irish senior record.
O’Neill executes with a game plan - Hoolahan could be the missing piece of the puzzle
Ireland need to take the game to Denmark on Tuesday and a rested Wes Hoolahan could be the man to unlock an untested defence.
'It wasn’t pretty' - Here's how the Danish media reacted to last night's World Cup play-off
An ugly, at times unwatchable stalemate — but it’s still all to play for on Tuesday for both sides.
Poll: How do you think Ireland's World Cup play-off against Denmark will go tonight?
The first leg kicks off at 7.45pm tonight.
Give us your prediction for the away leg and win two tickets to Ireland v Denmark in Dublin
We’re live from Copenhagen on Close Calls with eir Sport this evening.
Injured duo link up with Irish squad as they prepare to fly out to Copenhagen
Seamus Coleman and Jon Walters have joined up with the Boys in Green ahead of their vital World Cup play-off games.
'He's a world-class player and deserves all the credit he gets' - Arter on Denmark's danger man
The midfielder says Ireland must stop Christian Eriksen, but warned that they can’t concentrate on one player.
Keane: 'You don’t want lads picking up daft yellow cards for kicking the ball away'
The Ireland assistant boss won’t be telling his players to pull out of tackles during this weekend’s World Cup play-off, however.
Danish inventor admits to dismembering journalist on submarine
Kim Wall had gone to interview Peter Madsen on 10 August, but never returned.
'Now let's take our chance' - Ireland boss glad to avoid Italy in World Cup play-off
Martin O’Neill is also happy that the second leg against Denmark will be at home.
Denmark looking to charge submarine inventor with journalist's murder
Peter Madsen, who has denied the allegations against him, has insisted Wall died in an accident on board the submarine.
Torso of journalist was tied to metal object to weigh it down, police say
Police have said Kim Wall’s arms, legs and head had been “deliberately cut off”.
Danish police search homemade submarine but don't find body of missing journalist
The journalist had been aboard the submarine before it sank.
Dishwasher becomes partner at one of world's best restaurants in reward for loyal service
Gambian-born Ali Sonko has worked at Copenhagen’s Noma since 2003.
Man shoots three people, including two police officers, in Copenhagen
The incident happened last night in the Christiania area of the city.
7 reasons Copenhagen should probably be next on your city break hit list
Not just Hans Christian Andersen – Copenhagen has incredible New Nordic food, achingly cool coffee spots and more Borgen than you can shake a stick at…
Jamie Vardy is finally having a party
Leicester City players put on their best superhero costumes for a session in an Irish bar in Denmark.
Polar bear shot with rubber bullets to stop it attacking man who jumped into enclosure
The man only had superficial wounds.