Coach: Morten Olsen
Key Player: Dahl Tomasson
World Ranking: 35
World Cup Record: Three appearances – Quarter-Finalists in 1998
Group E Schedule:
14 June – Netherlands v Denmark
19 June – Cameroon v Denmark
24 June – Denmark v Japan
Thomas Sorensen's elbow is the focus of all attention as the goalkeeper attempts to recover from a dislocation in time for the first group game against Netherlands on 14 June. However, he is named in the final squad. Daniel Agger has survived an injury scare and is expected to partner Simon Kjaer at the centre of the Danish defence
The inclusion of the erratic Dennis Rommedahl was controversial and the Ajax Amsterdam winger will be desperate to prove his detractors wrong. The finals in South Africa could be the end of the line for Jon Dahl Tomasson.
Tomasson needs two goals to overtake Poul Nielsen as Denmark's top goalscorer. Arsenal's Nicklas Bendtner will hope to take over from Tomasson as the fulcrum of the Danish attack, and in 18-year-old Ajax playmaker Christian Eriksen, one of the youngest players at the finals, the Danes have someone who could become a cornerstone of the team for years to come.
Goalkeepers: Thomas Sorensen (Stoke City), Stefan Andersen (Brondby), Jesper Christiansen (FC Copenhagen)
Defenders: Daniel Agger (Liverpool), Simon Kjaer (Palermo), Per Kroldrup (Fiorentina), Lars Jacobsen (Blackburn Rovers), Simon Busk Poulsen (AZ), William Kvist Jorgensen (FC Copenhagen), Patrick Mtiliga (Malaga)
Midfielders: Daniel Jensen (Werder Bremen), Christian Poulsen (Juventus), Christian Eriksen (Ajax), Jakob Poulsen (AGF), Martin Jorgensen (AGF), Mikkel Beckmann (Randers), Thomas Enevoldsen (Groningen), Thomas Kahlenberg (Wolfsburg), Dennis Rommedahl (Ajax), Jesper Gronkjaer (FC Copenhagen)
Forwards: Jon Dahl Tomasson (Feyenoord), Nicklas Bendtner (Arsenal), Soeren Larsen (Duisburg).