The Danish Cricket Federation (Danish: Dansk Cricket Forbund; DCF) is the official governing body of the sport of cricket in Denmark. Its current headquarters is in Brøndby, Copenhagen. The DCF was founded in 1953, at a meeting of 31 clubs in Odense. Cricket in Denmark had previously been organised by the Danish Football Association, a consequence of both sports being introduced by British expatriates. The organisation joined the International Cricket Council (ICC) in 1966, as an associate member, and was later also a founding member of the European Cricket Council.

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  • The Danish Cricket Federation (Danish: Dansk Cricket Forbund; DCF) is the official governing body of the sport of cricket in Denmark. Its current headquarters is in Brøndby, Copenhagen. The DCF was founded in 1953, at a meeting of 31 clubs in Odense. Cricket in Denmark had previously been organised by the Danish Football Association, a consequence of both sports being introduced by British expatriates. The organisation joined the International Cricket Council (ICC) in 1966, as an associate member, and was later also a founding member of the European Cricket Council. (en)
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  • The Danish Cricket Federation (Danish: Dansk Cricket Forbund; DCF) is the official governing body of the sport of cricket in Denmark. Its current headquarters is in Brøndby, Copenhagen. The DCF was founded in 1953, at a meeting of 31 clubs in Odense. Cricket in Denmark had previously been organised by the Danish Football Association, a consequence of both sports being introduced by British expatriates. The organisation joined the International Cricket Council (ICC) in 1966, as an associate member, and was later also a founding member of the European Cricket Council. (en)
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  • Danish Cricket Federation (en)
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