1948 Meistaradeildin

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Meistaradeildin
Season1948
Champions B36 Tórshavn (2nd title)
Matches played13
Goals scored76 (5.85 per match)
1947
1949

The 1948 Meistaradeildin was the sixth season of Meistaradeildin, the top tier of the Faroese football league system. B36 Tórshavn won its second championship.

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Teams

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Tórshavn
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VB
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Tórshavn teams
Red pog.svg B36
Red pog.svg B36 II
Red pog.svg HB
Red pog.svg HB II
Location of teams in the 1948 Meistaradeildin

A total of 6 teams participated in the league, facing each other once. Previous season's champions SÍ Sørvágur did not participate in the league. The same applied for SÍF Sandavágur and MB Miðvágur, who participated in the previous season. B36 and HB fielded two teams each, their first and their reserve team. from Klaksvík and VB from Vágur where the other two teams.

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 B36 Tórshavn (C)5410233+209
2 HB Tórshavn 5320146+88
3 KÍ Klaksvík 5311295+247
4 VB Vágur 5203212104
5 HB Tórshavn II 5104721142
6 B36 Tórshavn II 5005129280
Source: Faroe Soccer
(C) Champion.

Results

Home \ Away B36 B362 HB HB2 VB
B36 Tórshavn 11–05–0
B36 Tórshavn II 1–40–30–11
HB Tórshavn 1–13–3 [lower-alpha 1]
HB Tórshavn II 2–41–6
KÍ Klaksvík 0–29–06–0
VB Vágur [lower-alpha 2] 2–1
Source: Faroe Soccer
Colours: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.
Notes:
  1. HB won by forfeit.
  2. VB won by forfeit.

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