Denmark Women's World Cup qualifier against Sweden has been cancelled due to an ongoing pay dispute.
The team refused to play a friendly against Netherlands last month in protest over pay and conditions.
The Danish Football Association (DBU) announced on its website on Wednesday that it had informed its Swedish counterpart that Friday's match in Gothenburg was off.
"It is a historically bad day for the women's team and for Danish football overall," DBU senior vice-president Kim Hallberg said.
The Netherlands became women's European champions for the first time with a thrilling 4-2 victory over Denmark on home soil.
Having swept aside Euro 2017 favourites England 3-0 in the semifinals, the Netherlands fought back from an early setback to send the sell-out Enschede crowd wild.
Vivianne Miedema (2), Lieke Martens and Sherida Spitse scored for the hosts, with Nadia Madim and Pernille Harder on target for Denmark in a first half which ended 2-2.
The Danes were ahead after six minutes when...