Rasmus Falk

Falk extends FCK contract until 2027

Rasmus Falk has extended his contract at F.C. Copenhagen until the summer of 2027.
Falk joined FCK in 2016 and has won four Danish championships and two Danish Cups with the Lions.
He has also competed in three Champions League group stages, and in the autumn was named Man of The Match three times in the Champions League.
Christiansen: Experienced quality player
"We are happy that we have a new agreement in place with Falk," says FCK sporting director Peter Christiansen.
"He is an experienced quality player who gives us quality every single time he is on the pitch – not just individually, but also as part of the team. He has managed to develop as a player throughout his career and continues to do so."
The new contract means Falk will have been at F.C. Copenhagen for 11 seasons. He has played 316 games for the Lions, which is the third most in the club's history.
Falk: Still very hungry
"I am proud that the club sees me as an important player now and in the long term," says Falk.
"I have felt at home at FCK since my first day, and I always look forward to being at the club and enjoy every time I step onto the pitch at Parken.
"I have had fantastic experiences here, and at the same time I am still very hungry to achieve even more with FCK. I am happy that I now have the opportunity to do that."
Neestrup: Important player and person
For head coach Jacob Neestrup, Falk is a key member in the squad.
"It is important for us that in the future we ensure we have a healthy mix of both experienced and young players," says Neestrup.
"Rasmus, if anyone, knows what is required to represent F.C. Copenhagen, and we see him as both an important player and person in our quest to fulfil our sporting ambitions.
"Furthermore, in recent seasons, Rasmus has also begun helping our young, talented players on their journey to get a good start in their careers at F.C. Copenhagen. This is just one of many examples of a player who always puts the club before the team, and the team before himself.
"We all know Rasmus can be a game changer, and he will continue to have to contribute on the pitch in the future, when we most need his unique style of play to unlock opposition defences."