Copenhagen Centre for Team Sport and Health
The Centre’s mission is to create a significant difference in the health of the Danish population by offering attractive and easy-to-implement training programmes to municipalities, companies, sports stakeholders and private vendors.
The aim of the centre is to achieve major prevention and treatment effects.
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A new scientific study shows that long-term recreational football training conducted as small-sided games produces a number of marked improvements in health profile for 63-75 year old untrained men – including a reduced risk of developing cardiovascular diseases and diabetes.
Men with prostate cancer run the risk of brittle bones as a side-effect of their treatment. But one hour’s football training a few times a week counters many of the negative effects of the treatment, according to University of Copenhagen scientists.
Concensus conference booklet
Download PDF with statements and recommendations on physical activity for children and youth.