1963 Danish 1st Division

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Statistics of Danish 1st Division in the 1963 season.

Danish 1st Division association football league

The 1st Division is the second highest football league in Denmark, also known as NordicBet Liga for sponsorship reasons. From 1945 to 1991 the 1. Division was the name of the highest level of football in Denmark. With the formation of the Danish Superliga, the 1st Division became the second tier of Danish football. While all the teams in the Superliga are full-time professional the 1. Division has a mixture of full-time professional and semi-professional teams.

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

Esbjerg fB association football club in Denmark

Esbjerg forenede Boldklubber is a professional Danish football club from the port city of Esbjerg in West Jyland. The club was formed in 1924, as a merger between Esbjerg Boldklub af 1898 and Esbjerg Amatørklub af 1911. The club has training facilities and stadium at Gl. Vardevej in Esbjerg, and plays in blue and white striped shirts. Esbjerg fB is one of the more successful clubs in Denmark in terms of trophies. They have won the Danish championship five times and three Danish cup titles. The main sponsor is Stofa and the club's kit sponsor is Nike. The official fanclub of Esbjerg fB is Blue Knights. In 2005 EfB took over the management of the elite ice hockey club, Esbjerg Ishockey Klub (EIK), which is now called EfB Ishockey.

League standings

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 Esbjerg fB 2215345628+2833
2 Boldklubben 1913 2211384844+425
3 Boldklubben 1903 229764543+225
4 Boldklubben 1909 229585748+923
5 Aarhus Gymnastikforening 2210394540+523
6 Vejle Boldklub 229583943423
7 Kjøbenhavns Boldklub 229494949022
8 B 1901 228593733+421
9 Akademisk Boldklub 226884948+120
10 Brønshøj BK 225983844619
11 Aalborg Boldspilklub 22741130461618
12 Køge BK 22361333602712
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