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1986 Danish 1st Division

The 1986 Danish 1st Division season was the 41st season of the Danish 1st Division league championship, governed by the Danish Football Association.

The Danish champions qualified for the European Cup 1987-88 qualification, while the second placed team qualified for the qualification round of the UEFA Cup 1987-88. The two lowest placed teams of the tournament was directly relegated to the Danish 2nd Division. Likewise, the Danish 2nd Division champions and runners-up were promoted to the 1st Division.

Table

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1. Aarhus GF 26 17 7 2 49 22 +27 41
2. Brøndby IF 26 18 1 7 52 30 +22 37
3. Næstved IF 26 13 9 4 43 23 +20 35
4. Lyngby BK 26 12 8 6 40 29 +11 32
5. B 1903 26 10 9 7 40 33 +7 29
6. Ikast fS 26 11 6 9 42 36 +6 28
7. Vejle BK 26 9 9 8 37 36 +1 27
8. Odense BK 26 10 6 10 38 32 +6 26
9. Brønshøj BK 26 10 5 11 54 42 +12 25
10. KB 26 9 6 11 33 43 -10 24
11. Herfølge BK 26 8 6 12 30 44 -14 22
12. Kastrup BK 26 4 6 16 19 39 -20 14
13. Esbjerg fB 26 3 7 16 19 50 -31 13
14. Randers Freja 26 4 3 19 23 60 -37 11

Top goalscorers

Position Player Club Goals
1 Claus Nielsen Brøndby IF 16

External links

  • (Danish) Peders Fodboldstatistik
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