Team Maps

Danish Superligaen and Landspokal winners

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Hovering the mouse over the Superligaen winner will show the top four for that year.
Hovering the mouse over the Landspokal & DBU Pokal winner reveals the opponent and score for the final.
Click for an interactive Superligaen map with league and cup history.

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Notes

  •  1: The full name for B.93 is Boldklubben af 1893.
  •  2: KB were formed in 1876, which made them mainland Europe's oldest football club. The full name for KB was KjĂžbenhavns Boldklub (see Note 13 below).
  •  3: The first annual competition involving more than just the Copenhagen teams started in the 1912/13 season. The winners of a provincial play-off phase played the winners of the Copenhagen league in the final. The following season this was changed to the provincial play-off winners playing the Copenhagen league runner up in a semi-final & then the winner playing the Copenhagen league winner in the final.
  •  4: The full name for B 1903 was Boldklubben 1903 (see Note 13 below).
  •  5: The full name for AB is Akademisk Boldklub.
  •  6: The league was played in two phases from 1927/28 season to 1928/29 season, the first was regional, the second involved the winners of the regional leagues. B.93, B 1903 and BK Frem all ended on level points in 1927/28. As this eventuality hadn't been envisaged when the championship rules were first written, the championship wasn't awarded that year.
  •  7: During WWII the championship was played with three leagues and then a knockout phase, culminating in a championship final.
  •  8: The full name for AGF is Aarhus Gymnastik Forening.
  •  9: The full name for AaB is Aalborg BK.
  • 10: Randers FC were formed on 1st January 2003 as a merger of Randers Freja (formed 1898), Kristrup BK (formed 1908), Vorup FB (formed 1915), Randers KFUM (formed 1920), Dronningborg BK (formed 1928) and Hornbæk SF (formed 1945). The team took the place of Randers Freja in the Superligaen.
  • 11: The full name for OB is Odense BK.
  • 12: From the 1991/92 season the league was played in two phases. Phase One involved all 10 teams, playing each other home and away, with the top 8 teams qualifying for Phase Two, the rather unfortunately named "Slutspil". The points from Phase One were divided by 2 & carried over to Phase Two, the goal difference was not carried over. Phase Two teams played home & away again with the point totals being added together for final positions.
    Example: Lyngby BK finished Phase One with 23 points, when divided by two & rounded up this meant 12 points were taken into Phase Two. They then gained 20 points in Phase Two, for a total of 32 points.
    Thankfully this system was abandoned after the 1994/95 season.
  • 13: KB and B 1903 merged their professional football teams on 1st July 1992 to form FC København. The two clubs still exist, playing in lower leagues, as talent development bases for FC København. Consequently their honours prior to the merger have not been transferred to FC København.
  • 14: In general when "BK" is after the club name it means Boldklub, while "B" or "BK" before the club name means Boldklubben.

League & Cup names

  • League
  • 1991-present: Superligaen
  • 1946-90: 1. Division
  • 1941-45: Krigsturneringerne
  • 1930-40: Mesterskabsserien
  • 1928-29: Danmarksturneringen
  • 1913-27: Landsfodboldturneringen
  • Cup
  • 1955-present: Landspokal
  • 1910-1920: DBU Pokal

Research

I've cross referenced as much as possible and added links to the new club website where possible. Many thanks goes to the RSSSF Archive, which was an invaluable source of information whenever an insolvable fact was needed. If you need to find a football answer, it will be on there somewhere.