1983 Danish 1st Division

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The 1983 Danish 1st Division season was the 38th season of the Danish 1st Division league championship, governed by the Danish Football Association. It constituted the 70th edition of the Danish football championship, and saw Lyngby Boldklub win their first championship title.

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The Danish champions qualified for the European Cup 1984-85 qualification, while the second and third placed teams qualified for the qualification round of the UEFA Cup 1984-85. 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 Lyngby Boldklub 3017676333+3040
2 Odense Boldklub 3016684741+638
3 Aarhus Gymnastikforening 30164105539+1636
4 Brøndby IF 3014794633+1335
5 Boldklubben Frem 30101375038+1233
6 Ikast fS 30137104041133
7 Næstved IF 30127114845+331
8 Vejle BK 30118114940+930
9 Esbjerg fB 3091294035+530
10 Køge BK 30910113743628
11 Hvidovre IF 301081227431628
12 Brønshøj BK 30713103038827
13 Herning Fremad 308101223401726
14 B 1903 306131127401325
15 B 93 30881427411424
16 Kolding IF 30561924431916
Source: [ citation needed ]

Top goalscorers

PositionPlayerClubGoals
1 Vilhelm Munk Nielsen Odense BK 20

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