He was named 1983 "Danish Talent of the Year", and made his Danish national team debut in August 1983.
Having won "the Double" of both Danish Cup and Danish football championship titles in 1983, Bordinggaard moved abroad to play for indoor soccer team Wichita Wings in the United States.
He moved to IHF Aarhus, whom he helped win promotion from the Danish 3rd Division in 1969, by scoring 25 goals in 22 league games.
The supporters home in the new DSB Stadion is named after Nygaard.Keld Tande Bordinggard (born November 22, 1962) is a Danish former football (soccer) player.He scored 11 goals in 36 games for the Denmark national football team, and represented Denmark at the 1972 Summer Olympics.Born in Sunds near Herning, Nygaard started playing football with Holstebro BK.He played a further national team game in October 1972, before moving abroad to play professionally for AZ Alkmaar in the Dutch Eredivisie championship.
He played his last Danish national team game in November 1979.
He spent eight weeks in a coma afterwards and still has grave health problems.
Two years later his old club Alkmaar held a benefit match for him.
He returned shortly to Odense BK, and played for the club until 1987.
In 1988, Bordinggaard moved abroad once more, to play for Panionios FC in Greece.
He returned to Denmark in 1989, to play for Vejle Boldklub.