|Surname||Andreas Beyer Maxsø|
|birthday||March 18, 1994|
|place of birth||Hvidovre , Denmark|
|Years||station||Games (goals) 1|
|2013-2017||FC Nordsjælland||108 (3)|
|2017-2018||Osmanlıspor FK||20 (1)|
|2018-2019||FC Zurich||28 (1)|
|2018||FC Zurich U21||1 (0)|
|2019||KFC Uerdingen 05||5 (0)|
|2019–||Brøndby IF||0 (0)|
|2013||Denmark U19||1 (0)|
|2015-2017||Denmark U21||24 (0)|
1 Only league games are given.
As of September 10, 2019
Andreas Maxsø moved from Brøndby IF to the FC Nordsjælland youth academy at the age of 16 and was part of the professional squad from summer 2012. In his first season, in which he came to two missions, Maxsø was runner-up with the club. He had his breakthrough in the 2014/15 season , when he was in the starting line-up in many games and mostly played through. This season FC Nordsjælland finished sixth, in the following two seasons Andreas Maxsø finished eighth with the club from Farum. His contract ran until 2019. In August 2017 Maxsø moved to Turkey for Osmanlıspor FK . For much of the first half of the season he was one of the regular players, but from the 17th matchday on Andreas Maxsø lost his regular place. He only made 20 appearances (one goal) and was relegated with the club from the Turkish capital Ankara at the end of the season from the Süper Lig.
In June 2018, FC Zurich announced the Dane's commitment. He was signed for three years until the summer of 2021. As a regular in defense, he took part with Zurich in the Europa League , where the intermediate round was reached. He scored his only goal for Zurich on February 9, 2019 in a 3-1 win in the Zurich Derby at the Letzigrundstadion against Grasshoppers Club Zurich . In July 2019, the KFC Uerdingen 05 from the German 3rd division announced the commitment of Maxsø. After five appearances, the Dane asked for a contract termination with the seventeenth table for "personal reasons" after the 7th match day of the third division 2019/20 season .
A few days later, the defender signed a four-year contract with his former training club Brøndby IF. Until the season was interrupted due to the Corona crisis , Andreas Maxsø was a regular player in the central defense of the club from Brøndby Kommune in the "bacon belt" of Copenhagen .
Maxsø came to a use for the Danish U19 national team . On March 27, 2015, he ran for the first time for the Danish U21 team in a 2-0 friendly match against Turkey in Istanbul . Maxsø took part with the Danish selection in the summer of 2016 at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro . At the 2017 European Under-21 Championship in Poland , he was part of the Danish squad and was used in all three games in the group stage; the Danish selection was eliminated after the group stage.
- Andreas Maxsø on the website of the Swiss Football League
- Database on the website of the Danish Football Association
- Statistics FC Zurich
- squad list of participants in the 2016 Summer Olympics on FIFA .com
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- FC Nordsjælland (ed.): Andreas Maxsø solgtil Osmanlispor. In: FC Nordsjælland. August 4, 2017, accessed June 13, 2018 (Danish).
- FCZ signs Danish central defender | NZZ . In: Neue Zürcher Zeitung . June 29, 2018, ISSN 0376-6829 ( nzz.ch [accessed June 30, 2018]).
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- Maxsö is leaving the KFC for personal reasons , kfc-uerdingen.de, accessed on September 2, 2019
- Ex-FCZ defender Maxsö signs with Bröndby , 4-4-2.com, accessed on September 10, 2019
- Match data on the website of the Danish Football Association
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Maxsø, Andreas Beyer (full name)|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Danish soccer player|
|DATE OF BIRTH||March 18, 1994|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Hvidovre , Denmark|