Nicolai Stokholm

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Nicolai Stokholm (born 1 April 1976, in Regstrup) is a Danish former professional association footballer, who played as a midfielder. He played for FC Nordsjælland, having moved from Viking FK in the winter 2008–09. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Nicolai Stokholm has received more than 17,900 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Nicolai Stokholm is the 11,302nd most popular soccer player, the 725th most popular biography from Denmark and the 137th most popular Danish Soccer Player.

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Among soccer players, Nicolai Stokholm ranks 11,302 out of 16,923Before him are Renaud Cohade, Stephen Carr, Mert Müldür, Mariano Trípodi, Tamir Cohen, and Taichi Sato. After him are Jacopo Sala, Yuzuki Ito, Diego Lainez, Marcus Bent, Dániel Böde, and Amdy Faye.

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Among people born in 1976, Nicolai Stokholm ranks 811Before him are Anita Kulcsár, Jim Jones, Kristina Groves, Kardinal Offishall, Kyrsten Sinema, and Stephen Carr. After him are Andrew Simpson, Wijan Ponlid, Kleber Romero, Tatiana Gutsu, Lu Li, and Thomas Schmidt.

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Among people born in Denmark, Nicolai Stokholm ranks 725 out of 783Before him are Rikke Skov (1980), Morten Rasmussen (1985), Sara Petersen (1987), Jesper Hansen (1985), Joachim Fischer Nielsen (1978), and Mark Madsen (1984). After him are Lasse Nielsen (1988), Michael Lumb (1988), Frederik Schram (1995), Peter Regin (1986), Karin Mortensen (1977), and Rasmus Falk (1992).


Among soccer players born in Denmark, Nicolai Stokholm ranks 137Before him are Anders Christiansen (1990), Jonas Lössl (1989), Kris Stadsgaard (1985), Jonas Knudsen (1992), Morten Rasmussen (1985), and Jesper Hansen (1985). After him are Lasse Nielsen (1988), Michael Lumb (1988), Frederik Schram (1995), Rasmus Falk (1992), Henrik Dalsgaard (1989), and Erik Sviatchenko (1991).