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Round 3
Home team - Away team
1
×
2
Betimate
Correct score
Avg. goals
Odds
Weather conditions
Score
29
32
39
2
0 - 1
1.89
2.56
17° light rain
43
28
29
1
1 - 0
2.35
2.33
36
29
35
1
1 - 0
2.34
2.78
28
24
48
2
1 - 2
2.82
2.08
Home team - Away team
Under
Over
Betimate
Avg. goals
Odds
Score
70.63
29.37
Under
1.89
1.41
58.49
41.51
Under
2.35
1.16
58.77
41.23
Under
2.34
1.17
46.51
53.49
Over
2.82
1.06
56.41
43.59
Under
2.42
1.12
Home team - Away team
No
Yes
Betimate
Correct score
Avg. goals
Odds
Score
63
37
No
0 - 1
1.89
2.25
53
47
No
1 - 0
2.34
2.05
44
56
Yes
1 - 2
2.82
2.11
Home team - Away team
Probability in%
Betimate
Correct score
Avg. goals
Odds
Score
61%
Home
+1
0 - 1
1.89
1.21
57%
Away
0
1 - 0
2.35
1.13
64%
Away
0
1 - 0
2.34
1.27
52%
Home
+1
1 - 2
2.82
1.04
Round 4
Home team - Away team
1
×
2
Betimate
Correct score
Avg. goals
Odds
Weather conditions
Score
28
28
44
2
0 - 1
2.27
2.27
72
18
10
1
3 - 0
2.93
1.39
37
24
39
2
1 - 2
3.08
2.56
33
25
42
2
1 - 2
2.83
2.38
12° moderate rain
Home team - Away team
Under
Over
Betimate
Avg. goals
Odds
Score
60.6
39.4
Under
2.27
1.21
43.88
56.12
Over
2.93
1.12
40.74
59.26
Over
3.08
1.18
46.38
53.62
Over
2.83
1.07
Home team - Away team
No
Yes
Betimate
Correct score
Avg. goals
Odds
Score
55
45
No
3 - 0
2.93
2.1
43
57
Yes
1 - 2
2.83
2.13
Home team - Away team
Probability in%
Betimate
Correct score
Avg. goals
Odds
Score
56%
Home
+1
0 - 1
2.27
1.11
52%
Away
+1
3 - 0
2.93
1.03
60%
Home
+1
1 - 2
3.08
1.2
58%
Home
+1
1 - 2
2.83
1.16
Round 2
Home team - Away team
1
×
2
Betimate
Correct score
Avg. goals
Odds
Weather conditions
Score
51
26
23
1
2 - 1
2.56
1.96
22° light rain
1 - 0
25
25
50
2
1 - 2
2.7
2
24° overcast clouds
1 - 1
46
26
28
1
2 - 1
2.68
2.17
25° overcast clouds
0 - 0
50
23
27
1
2 - 1
3.08
2
26° overcast clouds
1 - 1
38
26
36
1
2 - 1
2.76
2.63
27° overcast clouds
0 - 0
30
24
46
2
1 - 2
2.87
2.17
25° clear sky
0 - 1
Home team - Away team
Under
Over
Betimate
Avg. goals
Odds
Score
52.98
47.02
Under
2.56
1.05
1 - 0
49.52
50.48
Over
2.7
1
1 - 1
49.97
50.03
Over
2.68
1
0 - 0
40.64
59.36
Over
3.08
1.18
1 - 1
47.88
52.12
Over
2.76
1.04
0 - 0
45.48
54.52
Over
2.87
1.09
0 - 1
Home team - Away team
No
Yes
Betimate
Correct score
Avg. goals
Odds
Score
51
49
No
2 - 1
2.56
2.01
1 - 0
47
53
Yes
1 - 2
2.7
2.05
1 - 1
47
53
Yes
2 - 1
2.68
2.06
0 - 0
40
60
Yes
2 - 1
3.08
2.2
1 - 1
44
56
Yes
2 - 1
2.76
2.11
0 - 0
43
57
Yes
1 - 2
2.87
2.14
0 - 1
Home team - Away team
Probability in%
Betimate
Correct score
Avg. goals
Odds
Score
51%
Home
0
2 - 1
2.56
1.02
1 - 0
51%
Away
-1
1 - 2
2.7
1.01
1 - 1
54%
Away
0
2 - 1
2.68
1.07
0 - 0
50%
Home
0
2 - 1
3.08
0.99
1 - 1
62%
Away
0
2 - 1
2.76
1.23
0 - 0
54%
Home
+1
1 - 2
2.87
1.08
0 - 1
Round 1
Home team - Away team
1
×
2
Betimate
Correct score
Avg. goals
Odds
Weather conditions
Score
56
22
22
1
2 - 1
3.13
1.79
18° light rain
0 - 0
40
26
34
1
2 - 1
2.63
2.5
22° clear sky
1 - 1
37
25
38
2
1 - 2
2.93
2.63
23° clear sky
2 - 2
42
32
26
1
1 - 0
1.91
2.38
23° clear sky
1 - 2
36
27
37
2
1 - 2
2.52
2.7
22° clear sky
0 - 2
71
18
11
1
2 - 1
3.13
1.41
21° overcast clouds
1 - 2
Home team - Away team
Under
Over
Betimate
Avg. goals
Odds
Score
39.58
60.42
Over
3.13
1.2
0 - 0
51.13
48.87
Under
2.63
1.02
1 - 1
43.98
56.02
Over
2.93
1.12
2 - 2
70.13
29.87
Under
1.91
1.4
1 - 2
53.98
46.02
Under
2.52
1.07
0 - 2
39.54
60.46
Over
3.13
1.2
1 - 2
Home team - Away team
No
Yes
Betimate
Correct score
Avg. goals
Odds
Score
41
59
Yes
2 - 1
3.13
2.17
0 - 0
47
53
Yes
2 - 1
2.63
2.06
1 - 1
41
59
Yes
1 - 2
2.93
2.17
2 - 2
63
37
No
1 - 0
1.91
2.26
1 - 2
49
51
Yes
1 - 2
2.52
2.02
0 - 2
50
50
Yes
2 - 1
3.13
1.99
1 - 2
Home team - Away team
Probability in%
Betimate
Correct score
Avg. goals
Odds
Score
56%
Home
0
2 - 1
3.13
1.12
0 - 0
60%
Away
0
2 - 1
2.63
1.19
1 - 1
61%
Home
+1
1 - 2
2.93
1.22
2 - 2
58%
Away
0
1 - 0
1.91
1.15
1 - 2
63%
Home
+1
1 - 2
2.52
1.25
0 - 2
52%
Away
+1
2 - 1
3.13
1.03
1 - 2

WHAT IS THE DENMARK SUPERLIGAEN?

The Danmark Superligaen is known as the Danish Superliga or Superligaen. It is the top tier of the Danish football league system which is administered by the Danish Football Association. For more information about this Danish football championship, don’t ignore this post of Betimate!

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HOW IS THE FORMAT OF THE DENMARK SUPERLIGAEN?

In 1991

The Danish Superliga was established in 1991 as the replacement for the Danish 1st Division in Denmark. There were 10 teams taking part in the first season of the competition. They played each other in a two-legged format. From the summer of 1991, the competition’s structure would stretch over two calendar years. The 10 clubs would play each other twice in the first half of the tournament. In the following half (the next spring), the two last-ranked teams were out, the points of the clubs would be cut in half and the remaining eight teams would play each other twice again, for a total of 32 games in a season. 

1995-96

The number of participating teams increased to 12. They played each other for 33 games per Superliga season. Coca-Cola became the sponsor of this new league structure. Then, the competition was also called the Coca-Cola Ligaen

1996-2016

From 1996 through 2016, the league included 12 clubs that played each other three times. The two teams with the worst points at the end of the season were relegated to the Danish 1st Division and replaced by the top two teams of that tier. 

Each club in the season played every other team at least once at home and once away. The top six clubs of the previous season played 17 matches at home and 16 away while the clubs in 7th to 10th place and the two newly promoted teams played 16 games at home and 17 away games. 

 

In this period, the top league was sponsored by different brands:

From 1996-97 to 2000-01: the Superliga was named Faxe Kondi Ligaen due to the sponsorship of Faxe Brewery.

From 2001-02 to 2009-10: It was the SAS Ligaen which was under the sponsorship of SAS.

From 2010-11 to 31st December 2014: It remained the Superliga without any league sponsor. 

2015-16

From 1st January 2015 to the 2017-18 season, the league was named after Alka as the Alka Superliga due to their new sponsorship. 

The Denmark Superligaen in this period was expanded to 14 teams. They were accomplished by relegating only the last-place finisher in that season and promoting the top three teams from the first division. 

2016-17

The 2016-17 season’s structure was renewed. It began with the teams playing at a full home-and-away schedule, resulting in 26 games for each team. 

The league split into a six-club championship playoff and an eight-club qualifying playoff. All team’s table points and goals carry over fully into the playoffs. 

In the championship playoff, each team plays the other twice. The top team at the end of the playoff round becomes the champion. They can enter the second qualifying round of the UEFA Champions League. Whereas, the second-ranked team qualifies for the first qualifying round of the UEFA Europa League. The third-placed team advances to a one-off playoff game for another Europa League spot. If the champion of the Danish Cup finishes in the top three, the match will involve the fourth-placed team instead. 

The qualifying playoff is divided into two groups. The teams in 7th, 10th, 11th, and 14th are in a group. The remaining teams in 8th, 9th, 12th, and 13th are in the other group. Each group plays in the two-legged format within its group. The top two teams of each group enter a knockout tournament. The winner of that round faces the third-place (or fourth-place) team from the championship playoff in a one-off match. The winner will enter the Europa League in the first qualifying round.

The bottom two teams from each group also contest a relegation playoff in a two-legged format. The winner advances to a playoff final game against the second-ranked team from the 1st Division. The losing team drops to the next season of the Danish First Division. 

From the 2019-20 season

Since this season, the number of teams participating in the top league was reduced from 14 to 12 teams. They play a full two-legged schedule in 22 matches for each team. 

 

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WHICH TEAMS ARE TAKING PART IN THE 2020-21 DANMARK SUPERLIGAEN?

Teams in the 2020-21-3F-Superliga

Club

Stadium

Turf

Capacity

2019–20

position

AaB

Aalborg Portland Park

Hybrid

13,797

5th

AGF

Ceres Park

Hybrid

20,032

3rd

Brøndby

Brøndby Stadium

Hybrid

29.000

4th

Copenhagen

Telia Parken

Hybrid

38,065

2nd

Horsens

CASA Arena Horsens

Natural

10,400

8th

Lyngby

Lyngby Stadium

Natural

8,000

11th

Midtjylland

MCH Arena

Natural

11,800

1st

Nordsjælland

Right to Dream Park

Artificial

9,900

6th

OB

Nature Energy Park

Natural

15,633

7th

Randers

Cepheus Park Randers

Natural

12,000

9th

SønderjyskE

Sydbank Park

Natural

10,000

10th

Vejle

Vejle Stadium

Natural

10,418

1D, 1st

The 2020–21 Danish Superliga is known as the 3F Superliga for sponsorship reasons. This is the 31st season of the Danish Superliga. It began on 11 September with reigning champions FC Midtjylland playing against the winners of the Danish Cup, SønderjyskE, losing 2–0 away from home. By the way, the 2020-21 season marks the first season with the video assistant referee (VAR) system.

TITLES BY CLUBS IN THE DANISH SUPERLIGA

FC Copenhagen is considered the best team in Denmark football with 13 times reaching the winning title. This achievement is as double as the result of the second-placed team- Brøndby IF with 6 titles in total. AaB and FC Midtjylland have been playing impressively in the league with 4 and 3 titles respectively. FC Midtjylland is defending their championship with a great achievement this season. 

 

Titles by Clubs on the Danish Superliga

Champion

Times

Season

FC Copenhagen

13

1992–93, 2000–01, 2002–03, 2003–04, 2005–06, 2006–07, 2008–09, 2009–10, 2010–11, 2012–13, 2015–16, 2016–17, 2018–19

Brøndby IF

6

1991, 1995–96, 1996–97, 1997–98, 2001–02, 2004–05

AaB

4

1994–95, 1998–99, 2007–08, 2013–14

FC Midtjylland

3

2014–15, 2017–18, 2019–20

Lyngby

1

1991–92

Silkeborg IF

1

1993–94

Herfølge BK

1

1999–2000

FC Nordsjælland

1

2011–12

ALL-TIME TOP SCORERS OF THE DANMARK SUPERLIGAEN

All-time Top Scores of the Superliga

Rank

Topscorer(s)

Goals

Club(s)

1

Morten "Duncan" Rasmussen

145

AGF, Brøndby IF, AaB, FC Midtjylland

2

Søren Frederiksen

139

Silkeborg IF, Viborg FF, AaB

3

Peter Møller

135

AaB, Brøndby IF, FC København

4

Heine Fernandez

126

AB, FC København, Silkeborg IF, Viborg FF

5

Steffen Højer

124

OB, Viborg FF, AaB

6

Frank Kristensen

109

FC Midtjylland, Ikast fS, Randers FC

7

Peter Graulund

107

AGF, Brøndby IF, Vejle BK

8

Søren Andersen

101

AGF, OB, AaB

9

Dame N'Doye

90

FC København

10

Thomas Thorninger

81

AGF, FC København, Vejle BK

REFERENCE SOURCES

  • https://www.superliga.dk/
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Danish_Superliga

Danish Superligaen 

1.Overview

The Danish Superliga is the current Danish football championship competition, which is run by the Danish Football Association. It is Denmark's top football competition, and it is officially contested by 12 teams each year, with two teams relegated. 

 

Danish Superliga

2.History

The Danish Superliga was formed in 1991 to replace the Danish 1st Division as Denmark's top football league. Ten teams have competed in the tournament since its inception in 1991. The first Superliga season took place in the spring of 1991, with the ten teams competing for the championship title twice. The tournament will last for two calendar years starting in the summer of 1991. In the first half of the tournament, the ten teams will face each other twice. The bottom two teams would be eliminated the next spring, their points would be halved, and the remaining eight teams would face each other twice more for a total of 32 games in a season. This trend was discontinued prior to the 1995–96 season, where the number of participating teams was raised to 12, with each team facing each other three times for a total of 33 games per Superliga season. Coca-Cola became the league's name sponsor for the first season under this new arrangement, and the league was renamed Coca-Cola Ligaen. Faxe Brewery became sponsors after a single season under that name, and the league was renamed Faxe Kondi Ligaen. Before the 2001–02 season, Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS) became the tournament's main sponsor, and the name was changed to SAS Ligaen. The Danish Superliga was renamed Alka Superliga in January 2015, after the Danish insurance firm Alka became a title sponsor. 

3.The old format 

The league consisted of 12 teams that faced each other three times from 1996 to 2016. The two teams with the fewest points at the end of the season were relegated to Denmark's first division, where they were joined by the division's top two teams. At this time, each team played every other team at least twice, once at home and once away, and then once again at home or away. The top six teams from the previous season played 17 home games and 16 away games, while the teams in seventh through tenth places, as well as the two newly promoted teams, played 16 home games and 17 away games. 

4. Updated format 

The league was extended to 14 clubs after the 2015–16 season, with only the last-place finisher from the previous season being relegated and the top three teams from the first tier being promoted. The latest league format made its debut in the 2016–17 season. The teams start by playing a full home-and-away season, culminating in a total of 26 games for each side. 

 

The league was divided into a six-team championship playoff and an eight-team qualification playoff at the time. The table points and goals of both players transfer through to the playoffs in full. In the championship round, each team plays the other team both at home and away. The team that finishes first in the playoff is crowned Superliga champion and advances to the second qualification round of the Champions League. The second-placed team advances to the Europa League's first qualification round. The third-place team progresses to a one-time playoff match for a place in the Europa League. If the Danish Cup champion finishes in the top three, the match will be played with the fourth-place side. 

 

The number of teams was decreased from 14 to 12 during the 2019–20 season. It started with all 12 teams playing a full home-and-away season, which resulted in 22 matches for each club. The league was divided at the time into a six-team championship playoff and a six-team qualification playoff. The table points and goals of both players carry over fully into the playoffs. Six teams in each playoff division will play a regular home-and-away schedule, resulting in ten matches (32 for the full season).

 

5.Last Decade winners

Year

Winner 

Pts

Pld

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD

2010–11

F.C. Copenhagen

81

33

25

6

2

77

29

48

2011–12

FC Nordsjælland

68

33

21

5

7

49

22

27

2012–13

F.C. Copenhagen

65

33

18

11

4

62

32

30

2013–14

AaB

62

33

18

8

7

60

38

22

2014–15

FC Midtjylland

71

33

22

5

6

64

34

30

2015–16

F.C. Copenhagen

71

33

21

8

4

62

28

34

2016–17

F.C. Copenhagen

84

36

25

9

2

74

20

54

2017–18

FC Midtjylland

85

36

27

4

5

80

39

41

2018–19

F.C. Copenhagen

82

36

26

4

6

86

37

49

2019-20

FC Midtjylland

82

36

26

4

6

61

29

32

FC Midtjylland

6.Sources

https://www.dr.dk/sporten/fodbold/superliga/officielt-superligaen-bliver-til-alka-superligaen 

https://www.superstats.dk/spillere/spilletid-alltime 

https://www.tipsbladet.dk/nyhed/superliga/dif-slaar-fast-broendby-uden-tilskuere-i-kampe 

https://www.dr.dk/sporten/fodbold/superliga/regeringen-vil-tillade-500-tilskuere-til-superliga-kampe-goer-ingen