Denmark football predictions and tips: League overview

Superligaen (The Danish Superliga) is the top level football league in Denmark. It has 14 teams playing each other home and away for a total of 182 matches to create a league table. This is followed by top and bottom half playoffs. The full season runs from July to May with a two month winter break.
The 1. Division in Denmark is the second highest football league in Danish football. It has twelve teams playing each other three times. After these 33 fixtures the top team is promoted while number two and three play a promotion playoff. The two weakest teams are relegated.
The Danish 2nd Division has been through many changes, but are currently divided in two divisions with twelve teams each. This is the third highest level of football in Denmark. The teams in each division meet each other twice for a total of 22 fixtures each. Then, a promotion and relegation playoff decided which two teams are promoted and which four are relegated.
The Danish 2nd Division has been through many changes, but are currently divided in two divisions with twelve teams each. This is the third highest level of football in Denmark. The teams in each division meet each other twice for a total of 22 fixtures each. Then, a promotion and relegation playoff decided which two teams are promoted and which four are relegated.
The Denmark Series is level four in Danish football. It is divided into four divisions which each has ten teams. All teams play three matches versus the other teams in their division. After 27 fixtures the league table is ready, with the top team in each division being promoted and the bottom team relegated.
The Denmark Series is level four in Danish football. It is divided into four divisions which each has ten teams. All teams play three matches versus the other teams in their division. After 27 fixtures the league table is ready, with the top team in each division being promoted and the bottom team relegated.
The Denmark Series is level four in Danish football. It is divided into four divisions which each has ten teams. All teams play three matches versus the other teams in their division. After 27 fixtures the league table is ready, with the top team in each division being promoted and the bottom team relegated.
The Denmark Series is level four in Danish football. It is divided into four divisions which each has ten teams. All teams play three matches versus the other teams in their division. After 27 fixtures the league table is ready, with the top team in each division being promoted and the bottom team relegated.
Elitedivision (also called 3F Ligaen) is the highest-level league competition for Danish women’s football teams. It was established in 1973. The league has eight teams playing each other twice in the regular season for a total of 14 fixtures. After a winter break the top six teams play a championship round.
The Danish Reserve League is a football league tournament for the best reserve teams in Denmark. All twelve Superliga (the Danish top division) teams enter their reserve teams into this tournament. The remaining six seats are filled by the two teams relegated in last season’s Superliga and four 1. Division teams.