Football Club Copenhagen (Football Club København), is a Danish football club based in Copenhagen. Founded in 1992 following the merger of the two historic teams of Kjøbenhavns Boldklub and Boldklubben 1903, FC Copenhagen won its first league title in its first season in 1993.
FC Copenhagen (often abbreviated as FCK) has a highly regarded youth academy, which has produced a number of talented players over the years. The academy is located in Frederiksberg, Copenhagen and is known for its focus on player development and tactical awareness. FCK's academy has a track record of producing technically-gifted players who are comfortable on the ball and have a good understanding of the game.
Some of the most notable players to have come through the FCK academy include Victor Kristiansen and Rasmus Højlund. Kristiansen, who is now a star left-back for Leicester City, played for FCK's youth teams. Højlund, is another academy graduate who has established himself as one of the best young strikers in Europe.