1961 Danish 1st Division

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Statistics of Danish 1st Division in the 1961 season.

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Overview

It was contested by 12 teams, and Esbjerg fB won the championship.

League standings

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 Esbjerg fB 2215345218+3433
2 Kjøbenhavns Boldklub 2215347341+3233
3 Boldklubben 1913 2214084732+1528
4 Boldklubben 1903 2210483227+524
5 Aarhus Gymnastikforening 2211294038+224
6 Boldklubben 1909 22102104445122
7 Vejle Boldklub 22100124251920
8 Frederikshavn fI 22751029492019
9 Køge BK 2282124946+318
10 Odense Boldklub 2274113438418
11 Skovshoved IF 22551223432015
12 AIA 22421619563710
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