DBU-director Jakob Jensen is glad that the woman-the european championships in 2022 will get the strongest hold with the after postponing.

the Postponement of the fodboldkvindernes EM-finals, can be instrumental to ensure that the tournament keeps a high level.

It assesses the Jakob Jensen, who is director of the Dansk Boldspil-Union (DBU), according to The union of European Football associations (Uefa) on Wednesday decided to postpone the finals until 2022 as a result of the entire coronakrisen.

Thus collide EM for women, which was originally meant to be wound up in 2021, no longer with the OLYMPICS in Tokyo, which has already been postponed to next year, which is also due to the whole situation with coronavirus in most of the world.

Both in England, Sweden, and the Netherlands are as european teams have already qualified for the OLYMPICS, and thus the nations stand in an impossible situation, where both would have to be played OL and EM almost on top of each other next year, where the men’s championship also to be played as a result of a postponement.

– The countries would not be able to be in two places at the same time, so you could have lost to three good teams, if they had given priority to the OLYMPICS, and it would have been a sporting devaluation.

– Now we can instead look forward to a great and self-celebration around the women’s european championships in 2022, and I think that the tournament will be exposed more, while the one thus ensuring a better sporting level, says Jacob Jensen.

Denmark is not yet qualified for the european championship finals in England in 2022.

Denmark has 15 points after five matches in group B, where Italy tops the list with maximum points from six matches.

Bosnia-Herzegovina also have 15 points, but it is seven matches.

the national Coach Lars Søndergaard understand the decision to move the EM-finals in relation to the coronakrisen, but he is still a little vexed.

– Personally, I would have preferred that our EM was just moved a handful of days and thus was still played in the summer of 2021. It is truly a shame and a bit frustrating, that we also do not fight in June, but it comes as no surprise to me.

I respect Uefas decision, for right now, there are far more important things at stake than football, both in Denmark, in Europe and in large parts of the world.

– Now we have hopefully a lot of matches to look forward to in the autumn, where we can continue the hunt for the EM-ticket, ” says Lars Søndergaard in a press release.

U21-european championship to be settled next year, but the finals were on Wednesday also postponed to 2022.

The exact dates of the two finals as well as the exposed half of June is not yet known.