1981 Danish 1st Division

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The 1981 Danish 1st Division season was the 36th season of the Danish 1st Division league championship, governed by the Danish Football Association. It constituted the 68th edition of the Danish football championship, and saw Hvidovre IF win their third championship title.

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The Danish champions qualified for the European Cup 1982-83, while the second placed teams qualified for the UEFA Cup 1982-83. The three lowest placed teams of the tournament were directly relegated to the Danish 2nd Division for the following season. Likewise, the Danish 2nd Division champions and two first runners-up were promoted to the 1st Division.

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PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 Hvidovre IF 30151054225+1740
2 Lyngby BK 3016775434+2039
3 Næstved IF 30131255136+1538
4 Aarhus GF 30141064733+1438
5 Esbjerg fB 30131074638+836
6 Odense BK 3013895340+1334
7 KB 30136116258+432
8 B 1901 30136115150+132
9 Vejle BK 3071585148+329
10 Køge BK 30911103845729
11 B 93 30910113948928
12 Ikast fS 30106144649326
13 B 1903 305131228391123
14 Kastrup BK 306111330421223
15 Herfølge BK 30661833572418
16 Viborg FF 25551533622915
Source: [ citation needed ]

Top goalscorers

PositionPlayerClubGoals
1 Allan Hansen Odense BK 28
2 Gert Jørgensen B 1901 22
3 Flemming Christensen Lyngby BK 18
4 Henrik Skouboe Næstved IF 17
5 Stig Andersen KB 16
6 Klaus Berggreen Lyngby BK 12
= Flemming Iversen Esbjerg fB 12
= Lars Bastrup Aarhus GF 12
9 Erik Rasmussen Herfølge BK 11
10 Anders Bjerregaard Ikast fS 10
= Jørgen Kirk Hvidovre IF 10
= Frank Faber Esbjerg fB 10
= Jan Jacobsen Køge BK 10
= Jens Kolding B 93 10

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