List of Danish Superliga clubs

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The following is a list of clubs who have played in the Danish Superliga at any time since its formation in 1991 to the current season. Teams playing in the 2017–18 Danish Superliga season are indicated in bold. A total of 31 teams have played in the Danish Superliga.

All statistics here refer to time in the Danish Superliga only, with the exception of 'Most recent finish' which refers to all levels of play, and 'Last promotion' which refers to the club's last promotion from the second tier of Danish football.

Club Town or City Total
seasons
Total
spells
Last
promotion
Last
relegation
Seasons Most recent
finish
Highest
finish
Aalborg BK Aalborg 28 1 1987 Never relegated 1991– 10th 1st
Aarhus Fremad Aarhus 2 1 1997–1998 1998–1999 1997–1999 2nd Division
9th
10th
Aarhus GF Aarhus 25 4 2015–2016 2013–2014 1991–2006
2007–2010
2011–2014
2015–
11th 2nd
AB Copenhagen Copenhagen, Gladsaxe 8 1 1996–1997 2003–2004 1996–2004 1st Division
12th (relegated)
3rd
AC Horsens Horsens 9 3 2016–2017 2012–2013 2005–2009
2010–2013
2016–
13th 4th
B 1903 Copenhagen 2 1 1985 Never relegated[1] 1991–1992 n/a 3rd
B 1909 Odense 1 1 1992–1993 1992–1993 1992–1993 Funen Series
1st (promoted)
10th
(relegated)
BK Frem Copenhagen, Valby 4 2 2003–2004 2003–2004 1991–1993
2003–2004
2nd Division
14th
4th
BK Fremad Amager Copenhagen, Sundby 1 1 1994–1995 1994–1995 1994–1995 1st Division
10th
10th
(relegated)
Boldklubben 1893 Copenhagen 1 1 1998–1999 1998–1999 1998–1999 2nd Division
5th
12th
(relegated)
Brøndby IF Brøndby 28 1 1982 Never relegated 1991– 2nd 1st
Esbjerg fB Esbjerg 16 3 2012–2013 2016–2017 1999–2000
2001–2011
2012–2017
14th
(relegated)
3rd
F.C. Copenhagen Copenhagen 26 1 1985[1] Never relegated 1992– 1st 1st
FC Helsingør Helsingør 1 1 2017–2018 Never relegated 2017– 1st Division
3rd (promoted)
n/a
FC Midtjylland Herning & Ikast[2] 18 1 2000–2001 Never relegated 2000– 4th 1st
FC Nordsjælland Farum 16 1 2002–2003 Never relegated 2002– 5th 1st
FC Vestsjælland Slagelse 2 1 2013–2014 2014–2015 2013–2015 Zealand Series
1st (promoted)[3]
9th
HB Køge Herfølge & Køge[4] 2 2 2011–2012 2011–2012 2009–2010
2011–2012
1st Division
6th
12th
(relegated)
Herfølge BK[4] Herfølge 8 2 2003–2004 2004–2005 1995–2001
2003–2005
n/a 1st
Hobro IK Hobro 3 2 2017–2018 2015–2016 2014–2016
2017–
1st Division
1st (promoted)
7th
Hvidovre IF Hvidovre 1 1 1996–1997 1996–1997 1996–1997 2nd Division
10th
12th
(relegated)
Ikast fS Ikast 5 3 1997–1998 1997–1998[2] 1991
1993–1996
1997–1998
n/a 7th
Køge BK[4] Køge 1 1 2002–2003 2002–2003 2002–2003 n/a 12th
(relegated)
Lyngby BK Kongens Lyngby 17 4 2016–2017 2011–2012 1991–2002
2007–2008
2010–2012
2016–
3rd 1st
Næstved BK Næstved 5 1 1991–1992 1995–1996 1991–1996 1st Division
11th (relegated)
6th
Odense BK Odense 27 2 1999–2000 1997–1998 1991–1998
1999–
8th 2nd
Randers FC Randers 12 3 2012–2013 2010–2011 2004–2005
2006–2011
2012–
7th 3rd
Silkeborg IF Silkeborg 23 5 2016–2017 2014–2015 1991–2003
2004–2007
2009–2013
2014–2015
2016–
9th 1st
SønderjyskE Haderslev 12 3 2008–2009 2005–2006 2000–2001
2005–2006
2008–
6th 2nd
Vejle BK Vejle 10 5 2008–2009 2008–2009 1991–1992
1995–2000
2001–2002
2006–2007
2008–2009
1st Division
9th
2nd
Viborg FF Viborg 16 5 2015–2016 2016–2017 1993–1994
1995–1997
1998–2008
2013–2014
2015–2017
12th
(relegated)
4th

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b In 1992 B 1903 and Kjøbenhavns Boldklub merged to form F.C. Copenhagen
  2. ^ a b In 1999 Ikast fS and Herning Fremad merged to form FC Midtjylland
  3. ^ Now competes under the name Slagelse B&I
  4. ^ a b c In 2009 Herfølge BK and Køge BK merged to form HB Køge