Danish 2nd Division

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Danish 2nd Division
Danish 2nd Divisions logo (2011).png
Country Denmark
Confederation UEFA
Founded 1946
Divisions 2
Number of teams 32
Levels on pyramid 3
Promotion to 1st Division
Relegation to Denmark Series
Domestic cup(s) Danish Cup
Current champions Blokhus FC (West) promoted after play-off
NordVest (East-champion)
(2011-11)
TV partners Kanal Sport
Website vest.2division.dk and oest.2division.dk
2013-14 Danish 2nd Divisions

The 2nd Division is the third tier Danish football league, just after the 1st Division.

It was founded in 1945, after World War II, as the second-best Danish football division. When the Danish Superliga was founded in 1991, the 2nd Division became the third level league. From 1991 to 1997 the league was played as half-year seasons, as the lower league played spring-autumn tournaments, and the higher leagues played autumn-spring.

Winners[edit]

Season Winner
1945-46 ØB
1946-47 OB
1947-48 B 1909
1948-49 Esbjerg fB
1949-50 B 1909
1950-51 Skovshoved IF
1951-52 KB
1952-53 AGF
1953-54 B 1909
1954-55 AIA, Aarhus
1955-56 Vejle Boldklub
1956-57 OB
1958 B 1903
1959 B 1913
1960 Køge BK
1961 Brønshøj BK
1962 AaB
1963 BK Frem
1964 Hvidovre IF
1965 AB
1966 Horsens fS
1967 B 1913
1968 B 1903
1969 Randers Sportsklub Freja
1970 B 1909
1971 AGF
1972 AB
1973 Holbæk B&I
1974 Vanløse IF
1975 Kastrup Boldklub
1976 Frederikshavn fI
1977 Næstved IF
1978 AaB
1979 Køge BK
1980 Viborg FF
1981 Brøndby IF
1982 BK Frem
1983 KB
1984 B 1903
1985 KB
1986 Hvidovre IF
1987 Silkeborg IF
1988 B 1913
1989 KB
1990 B 1909

From 1991 to 1997 the Danish 2nd Division was spilted into two groups, East and West.

Season Winner
1997-98 B 1909
1998-99 Randers Sportsklub Freja
1999-00 B 1913
2000-01 Kolding IF
2001-02 BK Skjold
2002-03 FC Nordjylland
2003-04 HIK
2004-05 Kolding FC

In 2005 the Danish 2nd Division was split into two groups, East and West.

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