The India internationals, who leave for Denmark today, have been assured of featuring in at least two-three games for the team.
“The level of football in Denmark is better than that back home. I have always played against top clubs or top countries so far but training with top players and sharing a dressing room with them will be a new experience.
It will be a good challenge for me and Subrata, as it is a different environment,” said Gouramangi, who had an unsuccessful trial with Melbourne Heart in 2010.
“I’m very excited about playing for a first division club in Denmark. We hope to do well and make the cut. Our chances are quite good,” Subrata, who has trialled with Vancouver Whitecaps (2010) and Leipzig (2012) earlier, said.
FC Vestsjælland, established in 2008, currently play in the Danish Superliga after earning promotion to the top division this season. The team, based in Slagelse, are also known as FCV Vikings. They play their home games at the Slagelse Stadion, which has a capacity of 10,000.