AARHUS FOOTBALL TICKETS
The club's home stadium is Rijsvangen Stadium.
East Jutland Club was originally founded as a sports club in 1897 before becoming an independent association football club in 1947.
The Aarhus football association Fremad was founded in 1897, but the football department was created in 1947 at the request of Wilhelm Ostenfjeld and was admitted to the local football association DBU Jutland on 13 August 1947.
The first chairman of the football department was Mozart.
Hansen and a number of players in his first season were also active in the club's athletics and handball departments, including Helge Paulsen and Jorgen Absalonsen (former executive director of the Jutland Handball Federation and former head coach of the Danish women's handball team).
Precise details about the first decades of the club's existence are few, except for its location: a playground at Lessosgades School near Ingerslevs Boulevard, located in the Frederiksbjerg district in southern Aarhus.
In 1969, Aarhus Fremad moved to its current home at Riisvangen Stadium in the north of Aarhus after its former tenants I.K.
Skovbakken moved to Veilby-Risskov Idrätscentre, built in 1969.
This happened after Vorrevangens Boldklub refused to move to Riisvangen.
At that time, Aarhus Fremad's colors were white shirts, black shorts and socks.
As noted in the club's first new magazine, Kartoffelmos, which was first published in 1975: “In 1973 the club had a closed team, the 'villa team', which did not deal with other club members.
At an extraordinary general meeting in December 1973, the entire villa team withdrew from Aarhus Fremad and took a large number of other active members with them.
This effectively meant that the entire board left the club and the remaining members were left without advice and without any knowledge of running a football club.
However, in April 1974, club member Leo Meyer was appointed as the new chairman of the board.