Danmarks Bridgeforbund - Denmarks Bridge Federation - The official site for all bridge-related information for bridge players in Denmark.

Note from BridgeGuys.com: Every effort has been made to present the correct letters to the visitor in the original language, but this may not prove successful with every browser. We ask for your indulgence and hope that no visitor is inconvenienced.

The attempt has been made also to add a short geographical description for each District. For some links the geographical location can be determined, but for some links additional, historical explanations are lacking since no information can be found.

Juniorkomiteens hjemmeside - Junior Bridge in Denmark - This site contains all pertinent information for Junior bridge players in Denmark and the results of competitions.

Skolebridge - The Danish School Bridge Association
The Danish School Bridge Association, as of March 1, 2015, established this association with the clear goal of adding the game of bridge into the Danish Schools' cirriculum. It is an independent organization, consisting presently (2015) of a Board of 7 members including lawyers, a TV producer, school teachers, businessmen, and youth bridge players. The association is legally independent with external auditing and accounting facilities, and is cooperating with the Danish Bridge Federation as much as possible.

Bridge Center Nordsjaelland - The North Bridge Center was established in 1989 as an independent bridge club under the leadership of Mr. Roland Wald.

Kromann Bridge - Presently only in the Danish language. About 80 commonly played conventions can be found here, as well as some 20 short descriptions of frequent errors made at the bridge table, and how they are corrected. Apart from most articles on the Laws of Contract Bridge these articles are written for bridge players, not for tournament directors.

Kromann Bridge - Only in the Danish language. Hovedindholdet er Konventioner, en efterhånden ganske omfattende liste over konventioner, som jeg bruger eller har brugt med skiftende makkere. Under Makkere og systemer kan mine makkere og jeg selv se, hvilket system vi er blevet enige om at spille. Til brug for Egelund Bridgeklub, hvor jeg er turneringsleder, har jeg gennem årene skrevet et antal artikler om bridgelovene. Artiklerne er ikke skrevet for turneringsledere, men for bridgespillere, som har brug for et generelt kendskab til de regler, som gælder, når der begås kulørsvigt, spilles ud fra den forkerte hånd etc. Både konventionssiden og lovsiden opdateres med jævne mellemrum. Hvis du vil holdes orienteret om hvad der kommer af nyt på siden, så kan du helt gratis abbonnere på opdateringer ved at klikke på det lille RSS-ikon på forsiden.

District Bridge Clubs

Bridge clubs in Denmark are organized in Districts, which are listed below with the corresponding link for the individual bridge clubs in these Districts. Many of the individual bridge clubs also have their personal web address, which provides additional information for the visitor. The list is alphabetical.

Note: The visitor should also become aware of the fact that many of the online bridge clubs in the Districts also have links to other bridge clubs, which are not listed by the Denmarks Bridge Federation.

Distrikt Bornholm - Bornholm, (and in Old Norse: Burgundarholm) is a Danish island in the Baltic Sea located to the east of Denmark, the south of Sweden, and the north of Poland.

Distrikt Fyn - In Danish Fyn or in English Funen, is the third-largest island of Denmark following Zealand and Vendsyssel-Thy. Fyn or Funen is located in the central part of the country.

Distrikt København - Danish Københav, or English Copenhagen, is the capital and largest city of Denmark. It is situated on the Islands of Zealand and Amager and is separated from Malmö, Sweden by the strait of Øresund.

Distrikt Nordjylland - Region Nordjylland, or in English Region North Jutland, is an administrative region of Denmark established on January 1, 2007 as part of the 2007 Danish Municipal Reform, which replaced the traditional counties with five larger regions. Region Nordjylland consists of the former county of Nordjylland combined with parts of the county of Viborg, the former municipalities of Aalestrup, Hanstholm, Morsø, Sydthy, and Thiste), and the western half of Mariager municipality in Århus County.

Distrikt Nordsjælland - Nordsjælland is the area north of Copenhagen and east of Roskilde Fjord.

Distrikt Østjylland - This area is, as translated, east of Jutland.

Distrikt Østsjælland

Distrikt Storstrøm - Storstrøms Amt, or in English Storstrøm County, is a former county on the islands of Zealand (Sjælland), Møn, Falster, Lolland and some minor islands in southeast Denmark. The county was formed on 1 April 1970, comprising the former counties of Maribo and Præstø. The county was abolished effective January 1, 2007, when it merged into Region Sjælland (i.e. Region Zealand). The county was a somewhat artificial construction as the islands of Lolland and Falster did not traditionally share any institutions with Zealand, but rather with Funen. Locally, the adjectives nordenstrøms and søndenstrøms, i.e. north and south of the Stream were used to designate the Zealand-Møn and Lolland-Falster parts respectively, as they were separated by the strait Storstrømmen, or The Great Stream, from which the county derived its name.

Distrikt Sydjylland - This area is, as translated, south of Jutland.

Distrikt Vestsjælland

Distrikt Vestjylland - This District is part of Jutland. Jutland, Danish: Jylland; German: Jütland; Low German: Jüütland; is the western, continental part of Denmark as well as one of the three historical Lands of Denmark, dividing the North Sea from the Kattegat and the Baltic Sea. The Jutland Peninsula or Cimbrian Peninsula also comprises the northernmost part of Germany.


Greenland - Kalaallit Nunaat - Grønland

The island of Greenland, (named Kalaallisut: Kalaallit Nunaat, which translates as Land of the Greenlanders; and in Danish known and designated as Grønland), is a self-governing Danish province located between the Arctic and Atlantic Oceans, east of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago.

As additional clarification and explanation, although the island is physiographically and ethnically an Arctic island country and geographically a part of the continent of North America, politically and historically Greenland is associated with Europe, specifically Iceland, Norway, and Denmark. In 1978, Denmark granted home rule to Greenland, making it an equal member of the Rigsfællesskabet, which is the Danish term for the relations between continental Denmark and its two self-governing insular regions, the Faroe Islands and Greenland.

The designation itself, Rigsfællesskabet, is translated into English as Community of the Realm, and officially rendered in English as the United Kingdom of Denmark by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. As additional information the island of Greenland is, by area, the world's largest island which is not a continent in its own right.


Godthab Bridgeklub - Godthåb Bridgeklub - The following is a translation of the message on the website.

Godthåb Bridge Club is the only one - and hence the oldest - bridge club in Greenland. With us you will find good company, lots of fun and different people, and not least, exciting sports and hobbies. On this page you will find information on the results of club tournaments, master points, and general information on play and times, how to contact with the club's board, and a list of links to other interesting sites on the Internet.

Bridge is a game that appeals to the noble aspects of a sportsman. The game deals with the partner and the opponents properly. However, it should not be mistaken ... the object is to win! On behalf of Godthåb Bridge Club and its members you are welcome.



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