1971 Danish 1st Division

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Statistics of Danish 1st Division in the 1971 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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Overview

It was contested by 12 teams, and Vejle Boldklub won the championship.

Vejle Boldklub association football club in Denmark

Vejle Boldklub, founded in 1891, is a Danish professional football club from the town of Vejle. The club has won the Danish championship five times and the Danish cup title six times.

League standings

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation
1 Vejle Boldklub 2213366140+21 29 1972–73 European Cup
2 Hvidovre IF 2210484438+6 24 1972–73 UEFA Cup
3 Boldklubben Frem 2210484036+4 24
4 Kjøbenhavns Boldklub 2210484947+2 24
5 Randers Sportsklub Freja 2295840422 23
6 Køge BK 2295844473 23
7 Brønshøj BK 221021043529 22
8 Boldklubben 1903 227783531+4 21
9 B 1901 22841046471 20
10 Boldklubben 1909 2267939401 19
11 Aalborg Boldspilklub 227411374710 18Relegation to 1972 Second Division
12 Akademisk Boldklub 227312344511 17
Source: "Danmarksturneringen 1971, slutstillingen". danskfodbold.com. Retrieved 26 November 2014. 

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