Date of Birth:
July 27, 1987
(Orange County SC/Hobro IK): Due to the uncertainty of the Covid-19 situation in the US, Enevoldson was loaned to Hobro IK after OCSC’s first game of the 2020 season.
(Indy Eleven/Sacramento Republic FC): Enevoldsen split the 2019 USL season between Indy Eleven and Sacramento Republic, netting 16 goals and recording six assists.
(Orange County SC): Enevolden finished his first year with OCSC as the league’s Golden Boot Runner-Up with 20 goals and 10 assists. His performances earned him selection into the 2018 USL Championship All-League First Team and placed him as one of the USL Championship MVP finalists.
(NAK Breda): The striker made 12 appearances and notched 1 goal for NAC Breda of the Dutch Eredivisie.
(Aalborg BK): Enevoldsen returned to Aalborg BK in the Danish Superliga, scoring 12 goals during the 2015-16 season.
(KV Mechelen): Enevoldsen moved to KV Mechelen of the Belgian Pro League in 2012.
(FC Groningen): Over three seasons with FC Groningen in the Danish Superliga, Enevoldson made 82 appearances, scoring 14 goals and tallying 18 assists.
(Aalborg BK): Enevoldson started his professional career with his hometown club Aalborg BK. During Aalborg’s championship-winning 2007-08 Danish Superliga season, Enevoldson played 31 of 33 Superliga games and scored three goals. He also scored a goal against Tottenham Hotspur in a 2007 Europa League qualifying match.
Enevoldson made his full international debut for Denmark against Hungary in a 2010 FIFA World Cup qualifying game. Following helping his nation qualify for the 2010 FIFA World Cup, he then started in their first match of the FIFA 2010 World Cup against Holland. He recorded his only national team goal against Senegal in 2010 and has recorded a total of 11 caps for the Danish national team.
Orange County SC signed Thomas Enevoldsen on December 25, 2019.