He made his debut for the Danish under-16 youth national team in September 1998, and went on to represent various youth national teams for a combined total of 56 games. He made his debut for the Denmark under-21 national football team in September 2004, and represented the team at the 2006 Under-21 European Championship tournament in May 2006.
While at Manchester City, Ellegaard served as a stand-in for Thomas Sørensen in the initial Denmark national football team training sessions ahead of the 2004 European Championship. He was not a part of the Danish squad at the tournament. In the fall of 2007, while playing for Randers, Ellegaard was called up as the Danish third choice goalkeeper due to the injury of Jesper Christiansen. In August 2008, Ellegaard was called up for the national team again, due to a new Jesper Christiansen injury.
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