1969 Danish 1st Division

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Statistics of Danish 1st Division in the 1969 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.



It was contested by 12 teams, and Boldklubben 1903 won the championship.

Boldklubben 1903 association football club

Boldklubben 1903 or B 1903 is a football club founded in 1903, located in Copenhagen, Denmark. Seven times winner of the Danish championship in 1920, 1924, 1926, 1938, 1969, 1970 and 1976 and twice winner of the Danish Cup in 1979 and 1986. Best international result: Quarter final in the UEFA Cup (1991/92) after eliminating Aberdeen F.C., Bayern Munich and Trabzonspor. In 1992 the club was merged with Kjøbenhavns Boldklub (KB) to form the current club F.C. Copenhagen to which B 1903 transferred its license to play in the Danish league. As a note, F.C. Copenhagen won the Danish championship in its first season.

League standings

1 Boldklubben 1903 2215435825+3334
2 Kjøbenhavns Boldklub 2214265838+2030
3 Aalborg Boldspilklub 2212555226+2629
4 Hvidovre IF 2211473534+126
5 Horsens fS 229673936+324
6 Akademisk Boldklub 229583236423
7 Boldklubben 1913 2283113340719
8 Vejle Boldklub 2265113342917
9 Boldklubben Frem 22571033451217
10 B 1901 22731230502017
11 Boldklubben 1909 22641244561216
12 Esbjerg fB 22521530491912

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