Sport Scholar Profile | Søren Bennike, Danish Football Association


Position

  • Ph.D. and Project Lead of Research & Knowledge, the Danish Football Association.
  • Formerly Post-Doctoral Researcher, Department of Nutrition, Exercise and Sports, University of Copenhagen, DK. Section Sport, Individual & Society

Contact 

  • The Danish Football Association, DBU Allé 1, 2605 Brøndby, Denmark
  • E-mail

Research interests

  • Football from all sides – over performance, policy and social role
  • Policy and politics, institutions and organisations, implementation and innovation – all related to sport

Selected publications

Bennike, S., Andersen, R., Hansen, H.F. & Ottesen, L. (2018): The management and preparation of ’street ministers of health’ are essential. An interview with a practitioner on the process of preparing instructors who are about to implement team sport on prescription in a Danish municipally organised prevention centre. Idrottsforum.org 2018.05.
Bennike, S., Thing, L. & Ottesen, L. (2017): Health through state supported voluntary sport clubs. In: Parnel, D. & Krustrup, P. (red): Sport and Health – Exploring the Current State of Play. chap. 5.
Ottesen, L., Bennike, S. & Thing, L.F. (2017):The emergence of the Danish Football Fitness concept. Proceedings of the 8thWorld Congress on Science and Football.
Bennike, S. (2016) Ph.D. monograph titled ‘Fodbold Fitness – implementeringen af en ny fodboldkultur’[Football Fitness – the implementation of a new football culture].
Bennike & Ottesen (2016):How does interorganisational implementation behaviour challenge the success of Football Fitness? European Journal for Sport and Society.
Bennike, S., Wikman, J.M. & Ottesen, L. (2014): Football Fitness – a new version of football? A concept for adult players in Danish football clubs. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports.

At idrottsforum.org

Contemporary Issues in Sport Management: A Critical IntroductionTerri Byers (red) London: Sage Publications 2016 (book review, 160916)
The management and preparation of ’street ministers of health’ are essential. An interview with a practitioner on the process of preparing instructors who are about to implement team sport on prescription in a Danish municipally organised prevention centre (article, with René Andersen, Henriette Folkmann Hansen & Laila Ottesen, 180530)
Sport Management: Del 1. Idrottens organisationer i en svensk kontext Åsa Bäckström, Karin Book, Bo Carlsson & PG Fahlström (red) Stockholm: SISU Idrottsböcker 2018 (book review in Danish, published 191003)
The diversity of organised grassroots football in Denmark (article, with Nikolaj Schelde & Adam B. Evans, 200908)

Published 2020-09-08

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