Emil Ready To Set New Goals For 202231 December 2021
After a positive year at Preston North End, Emil Riis is ready to set himself some new goals to achieve in 2022.
Emil Riis Receives First Denmark Call Up14 November 2021
North End striker Emil Riis has been called up to Denmark's senior squad for the first time.
Emil Riis Signs New Deal Until 202529 October 2021
Preston North End are delighted to confirm Emil Riis has signed a new contract at the club running until 2025.
Emil ‘Really Happy’ To Extend Stay29 October 2021
After signing a new contract which will run until 2025, Emil Riis said he was “really happy” to extend his stay with Preston North End.
Middleforth Buzzing With Iversen and Riis’ Visit28 October 2021
Daniel Iversen and Emil Riis’ visit to Middleforth Church of England Primary School last week left pupils buzzing with excitement.
Emil: “We’ve Been Needing That”20 October 2021
Emil Riis said Preston North End had been needing a positive result and would take confidence from their victory against Coventry City.
Emil Hoping To Impress Family On First Visit16 September 2021
Top scorer Emil Riis will be looking to add to his tally of six goals in front of his family this weekend, as they make their first visit over from Denmark since he joined the club.
Emil On His 'Best Half' For PNE12 August 2021
A trip to Reading at the weekend will bring back good memories for striker Emil Riis, having scored his first goal for the club against the Royals last season.
Emil Riis: “Next Time The Finish Will Be There”3 April 2021
Preston North End’s Danish U21 striker Emil Riis is looking to get back on the scoresheet as the Lilywhites head to South Wales to face Swansea City on Easter Monday.
Bauer And Riis Join Communities United Meeting23 March 2021
Patrick Bauer and Emil Riis joined Preston North End Community and Education Trust’s latest Communities United meeting via Zoom to share their experiences of growing up in Germany and Denmark and more...
Emil Riis: “It Simply Wasn’t Good Enough”9 January 2021
Emil Riis said Preston North End’s display “simply wasn’t good enough” as they exited the FA Cup third round with a 4-1 defeat to Wycombe Wanderers at Adams Park.