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Aalborg Boldspilklub A/S
Traded as Nasdaq CopenhagenAaB
Founded July 1, 1987
Headquarters ,
Key people
Lynge Jacobsen
Finn V. Nielsen
Products Sports, conference, education, sportswear
Revenue 251,853,000 DKK (2008)
31,081,000 DKK (2008)
Number of employees
129 (2008)
Website http://www.aabsport.dk/

Aalborg Boldspilklub A/S (also AaB A/S) is a Danish sports corporation based in Aalborg Denmark. Founded July 1, 1987, AaB A/S is most noted for ownership of the professional football (soccer) team AaB Fodbold. Other holdings has until included professional handball and hockey teams, a retail sports chain, a conference and sports center and a sports college but all of these activities has been closed or sold off due to financial problems.[1] The company's stock is traded on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange as AaB.


AaB A/S is headed by director Lynge Jacobsen and seven board members with Finn V. Nielsen as chairman of the board. Each department has its own division director.

Share holders[edit]

At December 31, 2008 Aalborg Boldspilklub A/S had about 9,600 shareholders. Two companies owned more than 5%. They are Nordjyske Holding A/S [2] with 19.8% and Sebc Holding ApS with 5.3%.[3]


  1. ^ *Bentow, David (29 March 2010). "Rædselsregnskab tvinger AaB til nysalg af aktier" [Horrible Accounting Forces Aab to sell New Shares]. Berlingske Tidende (in Danish). Archived from the original on 23 July 2011.
  2. ^ Which is the company behind Nordjyske Medier (a local media group)
  3. ^ Aalborg Boldspilklub A/S, Årsrapport 2008 (Annual report 2008) Archived September 17, 2010, at the Wayback Machine

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