• BORN

    30 September 1956 (age 63)




    • * Football Hall of Fame, Denmark (2013)
    • * European Cup champion (1988)
    • * Dutch champion (1977,1979,1980,1986,1987,1988)
    • * Dutch Cup champion (1979,1988)

FRANK ARNESEN - Football Legend

Frank Arnesen is probably the best right wing Danish Football has ever had. His intelligent play, his ability to keep a sense of perspective, his great attacks and outstanding technique made people compare him with Pelé and Johan Cruyff.

When Frank Arnesen finished his football career he became assistant football coach with the legendary Bobby Robson in PSV Eindhoven. He continued as a general manager in the club and he was among those who discovered and developed talents like Ronaldo og Romario.

In 2004 Frank Arnesen became Director of football at English Tottenham Hotspur. From 2005 to 2011 he was director of football at Chelsea F.C. The same year he moved to Chelsea F.C.

Frank Arnesen was elected as the best sports director in the world. From 2011 to 2013 he was sporting director in the big German club, Hamburger SV. 

It is no coincidence that Frank Arnesen is the Dane who has hold some of the greatest jobs in the international football industry. He is acknowledged for his great football knowledge and his ability to transfer his ideas to the players. He is trustworthy and easy to work with. 

Frank Arnesen also works as an expert commentator when the national team is playing - and was also granted this role during the European Championships in 2016 on Danish national TV.

If You are interested in hearing more about endorsement, personal appearance and sponsor opportunities please do not hesitate to contact CEO, Mads H. Frederiksen, mhf@f-reklame.dk, +45 28 34 07 24.



Career Highlights

National Team

  • 52 National Games (14 goals)


Former Clubs

  • PSV Eindoven (1985-1988)
  • RSC Anderlecht (1983-1985)
  • Valencia CF (1981-1983)
  • Ajax Amsterdam (1975-1981)
  • Fremad Amager (1974-1975)


Ajax Amsterdam 

  • 3 Dutch Championship titles (1977,1979,1980)
  • 1 Dutch Cup title (1979)


PSV Eindhoven 

  • 3 Dutch Championship titles (1986,1987,1988)
  • 1 Dutch Cup titles (1988)
  • 1 European Cup title (1988)

Former Clubs ( Manager)

  • PAOK, Sporting Director (2015-2016)
  • Metalist Kharkiv, Sporting Director (2011-2013)
  • Hamburger SV, Sporting Director (2011-2013)
  • Chelsea FC, Sporting Director (2005-2010)
  • Tottenham Hotspur, Sporting Director (2004-2005)
  • PSV, Sporting Director (1994-2004)
  • PSV, Ass. Manager (1991-1994)



  • Football Hall of Fame, Denmark (2013)