List of Danmarksturneringen i fodbold clubs

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The Danmarksturneringen i fodbold (shortened to Herre-DM, or simply DM) is a men's association football league tournament in Denmark, comprising the top four nation-wide professional divisions of the Danish football league system.[1] The national league system was established by the Danish FA in 1927, following the discontinuation of the Landsfodboldturneringen knock-out tournament after 15 editions (1913–1927).[2][3] The first season, 1927–28 Danmarksmesterskabsturneringen, involved twenty teams — that had qualified through the regional football league championships — divided equally into five groups with the five best teams progressing to a final group phase.[3] Following a second season of this two stage format, a two league format was introduced, where ten and seven teams respectively played an opponent once each in two separate divisions.[3] Continuous evolutions to the league format occurred in the seasons that followed. A third division was introduced in 1936, and a fourth division was implemented in 1959, abolished in 1966 and later reintroduced.[3] Initially formed as an amateur league, professionalism was legalized and restricted to the Danmarksturneringen in 1978.[4][3] The tournament was organized by the Danish FA until the early 1980s, when the administration of the Danmarksturneringen was handed over to the Divisionsforeningen. The task was returned to the Danish FA in the summer of 1996, until the Divisionsforeningen became the organizing body again in July 2013. The clubs finishing bottom of the Danmarksturneringen's basement division have since the 1966-season been relegated to the Danmarksserien, the highest level of amateur football in the country.

The list includes clubs that are current members of the Danmarksturneringen, those who lost their Danmarksturneringen status upon relegation, and those which lost their status by other means. This includes clubs which have become defunct, merged or created superstructures with one or several neighbouring clubs, or have been relegated to a lower non-league position in the national league pyramid. Where a defunct club has been succeeded by a phoenix club, the new club is listed. If a club now only fields youth teams and no senior men's teams, the club's senior men's department is listed as inactive.

Member clubs[edit]

The first Danmarksturneringen match between Aarhus GF and Akademisk BK took place on 1 April 1928.[5]

The table shows the first and last seasons in which each club competed in a division part of the Danmarksturneringen including the total number of Herre-DM seasons and a summary of the seasons spent in the top flight division. Some clubs' membership was intermittent between their first and last seasons. The current name of the club's senior men's squad and/or professional branch is listed even though the name might differ from the actual period in which the team took part in the Danmarksturneringen – the footnotes detail relevant changes in the club's history. Their affiliation to a regional football association and current division status is also mentioned, highlighting whether the individual clubs are participating in the current season of the Danmarksturneringen, playing at a lower ranking non-league level, have transformed to become a reserve team, or have become defunct or inactive due to a merger, superstructure at senior level or were dissolved.

As of the 2021–22 season, a total of 198 different teams have competed in the Danmarksturneringen since its inception, including nineteen (professional) superstructures involving multiple clubs, forty-five now defunct or inactive senior men's teams and eleven reserve squads. In the spring of 1992, FC Fredericia[a] became the first superstructure to partake in the Danmarksturneringen.[3] Following the formation of FC Midtjylland in July 1999, the second highest placed founding club, BK Herning Fremad, became the first reserve team to play in the Danmarksturneringen, which was followed up by an additional ten reserve teams between 2005 and 2010, in a period where reserve teams were allowed to play at the third level.[6][7] Aarhus GF and AB Gladsaxe remain the only clubs to have played in all seasons of the Danmarksturneringen, while three teams, namely BK Herning Fremad (FCM reserves), Humlebæk BK and Virum-Sorgenfri BK have only played a half season each due to the former format of the fourth tier (then known as Kvalifikationsrækken). Svaneke BK were engaged in two league matches in the 1939–40 season, before the Danish FA — after consulting with the club — pulled the first team from the league, resulting in their league records being expunged.[8] Sixty-five different teams have participated in the top flight league, with Aarhus GF being the club with the most seasons (84).[9] Svendborg fB have had the most league seasons in the Danmarksturneringen without ever having played in the top division. Being the largest regional football association, the Jutland FA have had the highest number of member clubs complete in the Danmarksturneringen.

Overview has been updated to include the 2021–22 season. A season is regarded as one year long.

Club Total DM
seasons
Top tier
seasons
First
season
Last
season
2021–22 division Regional FA
affiliation
Ref(s)
AB 1970[b] 3 2005–06 2007–08 Defunct Copenhagen [10]
AB Gladsaxe[c] 95 51 1927–28 2. division Copenhagen (1927–1961)
Zealand (1962–present)
[11][12][13][14][15]
AB Tårnby[b] 2 2015–16 2020–21 Danmarksserien Copenhagen [16][17]
Allerød FK[d] 2.5 1995–96 2010–11 Danmarksserien Zealand [18][19]
FC Amager[e] 1 2008–09 2008–09 Defunct Copenhagen [20][21]
Assens FC[f] 2 1964 1966 DBU Fyns Serie 2 Funen [22][23]
Asaa BK 2 1989 1990 DBU Jyllands Serie 4 Jutland [24]
IF AIA[g] 28 6 1931–32 1970 Defunct Jutland [25][26]
IF AIA-Tranbjerg[g] 2 1976 1977 DBU Jyllands Serie 1 Jutland [27][26]
Albertslund IF[h] 3 1987 1989 Sjællandsserien Zealand [28]
Avedøre IF 1 2014–15 2014–15 Sjællandsserien Zealand [29]
B.93 94 41 1927–28 2. division Copenhagen [30]
B 1901[i][j] 61 25 1927–28 1990 Defunct Lolland-Falster [31]
B 1903[k] 65 62 1927–28 1991–92 Danmarksserien (as FCK reserves) Copenhagen [32][7][3]
B 1908 27 4 1932–33 2015–16 Danmarksserien Copenhagen [33]
B 1909[l] 77 32.5 1927–28 2005–06 Danmarksserien Funen [34]
B 1910[m] 4 1934–35 1946–47 Defunct Bornholm [35]
B 1913[l] 75 18 1927–28 2005–06 Danmarksserien Funen [36]
B 1921[i][j] 13 1933–34 1988 Defunct Lolland-Falster [37]
BK Avarta 33.5 1980 2020–21 Danmarksserien Zealand [38]
AC Ballerup[n] 1.5 1998–99 1999–2000 Defunct Zealand [39]
Ballerup IF[n][o] 7 1974 1990 Defunct Zealand [40]
Ballerup Skovlunde Fodbold[o] 1 2010–11 2010–11 Sjællandsserien Zealand [41]
BK Borup[p] 1 1933–34 1933–34 Defunct Copenhagen [42]
Brabrand IF 19 2003–04 2. division Jutland [43]
Bramming BK 1 1989 1989 Jyllandsserien Jutland [44]
Brande IF 11 1952–53 1989 DBU Jyllands Serie 2 Jutland [45]
Brøndby IF 48 41 1975 Superligaen Zealand [46]
Brøndby IF (2) 5 2005–06 2009–10 Reserveligaen (as BIF reserves) Zealand [47][7]
Brønderslev IF 1 1964 1964 DBU Jyllands Serie 1 Jutland [48]
Brønshøj BK 77 14 1944–45 2020–21 Danmarksserien Zealand [49]
BK Dalgas[q] 2 1964 1973 Defunct Copenhagen [50]
Dalum IF[l] 15.5 1997–98 3. division Funen [51]
FC Djursland[r] 2 2010–11 2013–14 Jyllandsserien Jutland [52]
Dragør BK[e] 16 4 1939–40 1996–97 Københavnsserien Copenhagen [53]
SC Egedal[s] 2 2011–12 2013–14 Defunct Zealand [54]
Esbjerg B 47[t] 2 1968 1976 Defunct Jutland [55]
Esbjerg fB 93 61 1928–29 1. division Jutland [56]
Esbjerg fB (2) 5 2005–06 2009–10 Reserveligaen (as EfB reserves) Jutland [57][7]
Fredensborg BK&IF 1 2016–17 2016–17 Sjællandsserien Zealand [58]
Fredericia BK[u] 7 2 1927–28 1937–38 Defunct Jutland [59]
FC Fredericia[a] 30.5 1991–92 1. division Jutland [60]
Fredericia KFUM[a] 4 1987 1990 DBU Jyllands Serie 2 (as FCF reserves) Jutland [61][3]
Frederiksberg Alliancen 2000[q] 3 2019–20 2. division Copenhagen [62]
Frederiksberg BK 11 1959 1977 Københavnsserien Copenhagen [63]
Frederiksborg IF 3 1 1928–29 1930–31 DBU Sjællands Serie 4 Zealand [64]
Frederikshavn fI[v] 32.5 5 1956–57 2000–01 Jyllandsserien Jutland [65]
Frederikssund IK 1 2010–11 2010–11 Danmarksserien Zealand [66]
IK Freja Aalborg 10 1 1928–29 1980 DBU Jyllands Serie 1 Jutland [67]
BK Frem 92 58.5 1927–28 3. division Copenhagen [68]
BK Frem Sakskøbing 15 2 1927–28 1969 Lolland-Falsterserien Lolland-Falster [69]
BK Fremad Amager[e] 92 19.5 1927–28 1. division Copenhagen [70]
BK Fremad Valby 10 1979 1990 Københavnsserien Copenhagen [71]
IF Fuglebakken[w] 10 1964 1973 Defunct Jutland [72]
FC Fyn[l] 7 2006–07 2012–13 Defunct Funen [73]
Gentofte-Vangede IF 3 1936–37 2014–15 Danmarksserien Zealand (1927–1944)
Copenhagen (1944–present)
[74][75]
Gladsaxe BK[x] 1 1968 1968 Defunct Zealand [76]
Gladsaxe-Hero BK[x] 5 1980 1988 Sjællandsserien Zealand [77]
BK Glostrup Albertslund[h] 3 2009–10 2011–12 Defunct Zealand [78][79][80]
IF 32 Glostrup[y] 15 1972 1999–2000 Defunct Zealand [81]
Glostrup FK[y][h] 9 2000–01 2008–09 Sjællandsserien Zealand [82]
Glostrup IC[y] 17 1973 1990 Defunct Zealand [83]
Greve Fodbold[z] 16.5 1984 2017–18 Danmarksserien Zealand [84]
Handelsstandens BK 1 1 1927–28 1927–28 Københavnsserien Copenhagen [85]
IF Hasle Fuglebakken[w] 7 1974 1980 Defunct Jutland [86]
Haslev FC[aa] 5 4 1927–28 1944–45 Sjællandsserien Zealand [87][88][89]
HB Køge[ab] 13 2 2009–10 1. division Zealand [90]
FC Helsingør[ac] 12 1 2010–11 1. division Zealand [91]
Helsingør IF[ac] 64 8 1931–32 1999–2000 DBU Sjællands Serie 4 (as FCH reserves) Zealand [92]
BK Herning Fremad[ad] 37 2 1950–51 1998–99 Transformation to FCM 2[ad] Jutland [93][6]
BK Herning Fremad[ad] (FCM 2) 0.5 1999–2000 1999–2000 Jyllandsserien (as FCM reserves) Jutland [94][7][6]
BK Hero[x] 12 1962 1978 Defunct Copenhagen [95]
Hellerup IK 88 10 1928–29 2. division Copenhagen [96]
Herfølge BK[ab] 40 16 1970 2008–09 Sjællandsserien (as HBK reserves) Zealand [97]
Herlev IF 8 1992–93 3. division Zealand [98]
Hillerød Fodbold 5 2017–18 2. division Zealand [99]
Hobro IK 17 5 2005–06 1. division Jutland [100]
Holbæk B&IF[ae] 49.5 4 1937–38 2020–21 Danmarksserien Zealand [101]
Holstebro BK 37 1934–35 2020–21 Danmarksserien Jutland [102]
Holte IF[af] 1 1964 1964 Defunct Zealand [103]
Horbelev BK[ag] 2 1959 1961 Defunct Lolland-Falster [104]
AC Horsens[ah] 28.5 12 1993–94 1. division Jutland [105]
Horsens FS[ah] 54.5 9 1927–28 1993–94 Jyllandsserien (as ACH reserves) Jutland [106]
Hvidovre IF 63.5 19 1949–50 1. division Copenhagen [107]
Humlebæk BK 0.5 1999–2000 1999–2000 DBU Sjællands Serie 3 Zealand [108]
Ikast FS[ad][ai] 44 16.5 1955–56 1998–99 Defunct Jutland [109][6][110]
Ikast FS[ad][ai] (FCM 2) 4 2006–07 2009–10 Reserveligaen (as FCM reserves) Jutland [111][7]
Jammerbugt FC[aj] 20 2002–03 1. division Jutland [112]
Jyderup BK[ak] 8 1978 1985 DBU Sjællands Serie 4 Zealand [113][3]
FC Copenhagen[k] 30 30 1992–93 Superligaen Copenhagen [114][3]
Kalundborg GF&BK 10 1963 2005–06 DBU Sjællands Serie 3 Zealand [115]
Karlslunde IF 1 2021–22 3. division Zealand [116][117]
Kastrup BK[al][e] 28.5 9 1960 1995–96 Københavnsserien Copenhagen [118]
KFUM København 36 6 1930–31 1975 Danmarksserien Copenhagen [119]
Kjellerup IF 6 2011–12 2018–19 Danmarksserien Jutland [120]
Kjøbenhavns BK[k] 64.5 59 1927–28 1991–92 Transformation to FCK 2[k] Copenhagen [121]
Kjøbenhavns BK[k] (FCK 2) 5 2005–06 2009–10 Reserveligaen (as FCK reserves) Copenhagen [122][7][3]
Kolding BK[am] 1 2014–15 2014–15 Jyllandsserien Jutland [123]
Kolding FC[am][an] 10 2001–02 2010–11 Defunct Jutland [124]
Kolding IF[am][an] 38.5 2 1960 2. division Jutland [125]
Korsør BK[ao] 18 8 1927–28 1959 Defunct Zealand [126]
Korup IF 3.5 1999–2000 2002–03 DBU Fyns Serie 2 Funen [127]
Køge BK[ab] 72 39 1935–36 2008–09 DBU Sjællands Serie 1 (as HBK reserves) Zealand [128]
Køge Nord FC[ap] 5 2010–11 2014–15 Danmarksserien Zealand [129][130]
Lendemark BK[aq] 7 1954–55 1961 Defunct Zealand [131]
Lindholm IF[ar] 2 2010–11 2011–12 Defunct Jutland [132]
Lolland-Falster Alliancen[i] 14.5 1995–96 2012–13 Defunct Lolland-Falster [133]
Lyngby BK[as] 63 30 1953–54 1. division Zealand [134]
IF Lyseng 2 2017–18 3. division Jutland [135]
Maribo BK 1 1974 1974 Sjællandsserien Lolland-Falster [136]
BK Marienlyst 13 1935–36 2018–19 Danmarksserien Funen [137]
Middelfart BK[at] 16 1960 2. division Funen [138]
FC Midtjylland[ad] 23 22 1999–2000 Superligaen Jutland [139]
Nakskov BK[au] 46 5 1929–30 1985 Defunct Lolland-Falster [140]
NB Bornholm[av] 3 1960 2012–13 Københavnsserien Bornholm [141][142]
FC Nordsjælland[aw] 24.5 20 1997–98 Superligaen Zealand [143][144][145]
Nyborg G&IF 14 1953–54 1974 DBU Fyns Serie 1 Funen [146]
Nykøbing FC[j] 9 2013–14 1. division Lolland-Falster [147]
Næsby BK 22 1984 3. division Funen [148]
Næstved BK[ax] 85 24.5 1932–33 2. division Zealand [149]
Nørresundby BK[ar] 22 1979 2001–02 Defunct Jutland [150]
Nørre Aaby IK 6.5 1991 1996–97 DBU Fyns Serie 2 Funen [151]
Odder I&GF 6 2013–14 2018–19 Danmarksserien Jutland [152]
Odense BK 88 70.5 1927–28 Superligaen Funen [153]
Odense BK (2) 3 2007–08 2009–10 Reserveligaen (as OBK reserves) Funen [154]
Odense Kammeraternes SK 13.5 1980 1992–93 Danmarksserien Funen [155]
Odense KFUM 34 1939–40 1990 DBU Fyns Serie 1 Funen [156]
Otterup B&IK 8 1956–57 2012–13 Fynsserien Funen [157]
Randers FC[ay] 19.5 16 2002–03 Superligaen Jutland [158]
Randers SK Freja[az][ay] 63.5 15 1933–34 2002–03 Transformation til RFC 2[ay] Jutland [159]
Randers SK Freja (RFC 2)[ay] 2 2008–09 2009–10 Reserveligaen (as RFC reserves) Jutland [160]
Ringkøbing IF 6 2012–13 2019–20 Danmarksserien Jutland [161]
Ringsted IF 4.5 1989 1992–93 Danmarksserien Zealand [162]
Roskilde BK[ba] 33 1959 1999–2000 Sjællandsserien (as FCR reserves) Zealand [163]
Roskilde KFUM 2 2020–21 3. division Zealand [164]
FC Roskilde[ba] 18 2004–05 3. division Zealand [165]
Rødby BK 2 1960 1962 Lolland-Falsterserien Lolland-Falster [166]
BK Rødovre 11 1958 1982 DBU Københavns Serie 1 Copenhagen [167]
Rønne BK[m] 1 1 1927–28 1927–28 Defunct Bornholm [168]
Rønne IK[m] 9 1961 1978 Bornholmsserien Bornholm [169]
SfB-Oure FA[bb] 1 2020–21 2020–21 Danmarksserien Funen [170]
Silkeborg IF 56 28 1961 Superligaen Jutland [171]
Silkeborg IF (2) 2 2005–06 2006–07 Reserveligaen (as SIF reserves) Jutland [172]
Skamby BK[bc] 1 1978 1978 Inactive Funen [173][174]
FC Skanderborg 2 2012–13 2013–14 DBU Jyllands Serie 1 Jutland [175]
Skive IK 30.5 1960 2. division Jutland [176]
BK Skjold 11 2001–02 2011–12 Københavnsserien Copenhagen [177]
IF Skjold Birkerød 24 1946–47 2013–14 Sjællandsserien Zealand [178]
IK Skovbakken[bd][be] 38 1961 2015–16 Defunct Jutland [179]
Skovlunde IF[o] 6 1983 2008–09 Defunct Zealand [180]
Skovshoved IF 43.5 13 1927–28 2020–21 Danmarksserien Zealand (1927–1929)
Copenhagen (1929–present)
[181][182]
Slagelse BK&IF[bf] 49 10 1938–39 3. division Zealand [183]
BK Standard[bg] 1 1932–33 1932–33 Defunct Copenhagen [184]
Stenløse BK[s] 6 2005–06 2010–11 DBU Sjællands Serie 1 Zealand [185]
Stoholm IF 3 1967 1969 DBU Jyllands Serie 4 Jutland [186]
FC Sydvest 05 Tønder[bh] 8 2012–13 2020–21 Danmarksserien Jutland [187]
Svaneke BK[bi] 1939–40 1939–40 Defunct Bornholm [8][188]
Svebølle BK&IF[bj] 4 2011–12 2014–15 DBU Sjællands Serie 1 Zealand [189]
Svendborg BK[bk] 3 1959 1961 Defunct Funen [190]
Svendborg fB[bk][bl][bb] 48 1962 2016–17 Fynsserien (as SFB-OFA reserves) Funen [191]
BK Søllerød-Vedbæk[bm] 10 2005–06 2014–15 Defunct Zealand [192]
SønderjyskE[bn] 33.5 16 1959 Superligaen Jutland [193]
Tarup-Paarup IF 1 2018–19 2018–19 Fynsserien Funen [194]
Thisted FC 17 2005–06 2. division Jutland [195]
Tjørring IF 2 2009–10 2010–11 Jyllandsserien Jutland [196]
Toreby-Grænge BK 2 1941–42 1942–43 Lolland-Falsterserien Lolland-Falster [197]
Tårnby BK[al][b] 6.5 1986 1999–2000 Defunct Copenhagen [198]
Taastrup IK 90[bo] 7 1967 1973 Defunct Zealand [199]
Vanløse IF 54 2 1952–53 3. division Copenhagen [200]
Varde IF[bp] 17.5 1982 2014–15 Danmarksserien Jutland [201]
Vejgaard BK 3 2016–17 2019–20 Danmarksserien Jutland [202]
BK Velo Nakskov[au] 1 1965 1965 Defunct Lolland-Falster [203]
Vendsyssel FF[v] 39.5 1 1958 1. division Jutland [204]
Vejle BK[an] 84 51.5 1931–32 Superligaen Jutland [205]
Vejle BK (2) 1 2006–07 2006–07 Reserveligaen (as VBK reserves) Jutland [206]
Vejle BK Kolding[an] 2 2011–12 2012–13 Defunct Jutland [207]
Vejen SF 30.5 7 1932–33 1999–2000 DBU Jyllands Serie 2 Jutland [208]
Viborg FF 62 19.5 1927–28 Superligaen Jutland [209]
Viby IF 1 2011–12 2011–12 Jyllandsserien Jutland [210]
IK Viking 30 1 1928–29 1989 Bornholmsserien Bornholm [211]
BK Viktoria 2 1 1928–29 1931–32 DBU Københavns Serie 1 Copenhagen [212]
Virum-Sorgenfri BK 0.5 1999–2000 1999–2000 DBU Sjællands Serie 2 Zealand [213]
Vordingborg IF 2 1985 1986 Sjællandsserien Zealand [214]
Vorup Frederiksberg BK[ay] 11.5 1962 2000–01 Jyllandsserien (as RFC reserves) Jutland [215]
VSK Aarhus[be] 5 2016–17 3. division Jutland [216]
Værløse BK 4 2004–05 2008–09 DBU Sjællands Serie 1 Zealand [217]
Young Boys FD[bq] 1 2021–22 3. division Jutland [218][219]
Ølstykke FC[s] 20.5 1988 2008–09 DBU Sjællands Serie 1 Zealand [220]
Østerbros BK[br] 18 10 1928–29 1952–53 Defunct Copenhagen [221]
Aabenraa BK 17 1968 1990 Jyllandsserien Jutland [222]
Aalborg BK 94 70 1928–29 Superligaen Jutland [223]
Aalborg BK (2) 3 2007–08 2009–10 Reserveligaen (as AaB reserves) Jutland [224]
IK Chang Aalborg[bs] 41.5 3 1931–32 2003–04 Jyllandsserien Jutland [225]
Aarhus FC[bt] 2 1933–34 1934–35 Defunct Jutland [226]
Aarhus Fremad[bd][bu] 26 2 1995–96 2. division Jutland [227]
Aarhus GF 95 84 1927–28 Superligaen Jutland [228]
Aarhus GF (2) 3 2007–08 2009–10 Reserveligaen (as AGF reserves) Jutland [229]
Aarup BK 2 1965 2011–12 DBU Fyns Serie 1 Funen [230]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c In 1991, FC Fredericia was originally founded as a professional superstructure by Fredericia KFUM and Fredericia fF. In 2002, Fredericia fF discontinued their engagement and FC Fredericia then became the professional branch of Fredericia KFUM.
  2. ^ a b c Founded in January 2009, AB Tårnby is a merger between Tårnby BK and AB 1970. The founding clubs ceased to exist as entities.
  3. ^ Founded in February 1889 as Akademisk BK, the club merged with Bagsværd IF in January 1962 as part of their relocation from Copenhagen to Gladsaxe, continuing under the name Akademisk BK and with a slight change to their logo. In September 2012, Akademisk BK changed its name to AB Gladsaxe.
  4. ^ Founded in July 1927 as Lillerød IF, the club changed its name to Allerød FK in January 2004.
  5. ^ a b c d FC Amager was a professional superstructure, formed by BK Fremad Amager, Kastrup BK, Dragør BK and Kløvermarkens FB, becoming the parent clubs' joint first team between July 2008 and March 2009. The founding clubs played with status as reserve teams at a lower ranking amateur league level.
  6. ^ The football department of Assens G&IK was refounded as a separate association football club named Assens FC in December 1970.
  7. ^ a b Founded in August 1918 as Arbejdernes Idrætsklub Aarhus (known as AIA), the club changed its name to Idrætsforeningen AIA Aarhus in June 1967. In June 1974, the club merged with Tranbjerg IF to form IF AIA-Tranbjerg. The football departments of the founding clubs ceased to exist as entities.
  8. ^ a b c BK Glostrup Albertslund was a superstructure, formed by Glostrup FK and Albertslund IF, becoming the parent clubs' joint first team between July 2009 and June 2015. The founding clubs played with status as reserve teams at a lower ranking amateur league level.
  9. ^ a b c In 1994, Nykøbing Falster Alliancen was originally founded as a professional superstructure by B 1901 and B 1921, becoming the parent clubs' joint first team. In 2006, its name was changed to Lolland-Falster Alliancen. In 2010, B 1901 discontinued their engagement and Lolland-Falster Alliancen continued as the professional branch of B 1921.
  10. ^ a b c Founded in 2013, Nykøbing FC is a merger between B 1901 and B 1921. The founding clubs ceased to exist as separate entities.
  11. ^ a b c d e FC Copenhagen is a professional superstructure formed in 1992 by Kjøbenhavns BK and B 1903, becoming the parent clubs' joint first team. The founding clubs play with status as reserve teams at a lower ranking amateur league level.
  12. ^ a b c d FC Fyn was a professional superstructure, formed by B 1909, B 1913 and Dalum IF, becoming the parent clubs' joint first team between 2006 and 2013. The founding clubs played with status as reserve teams at a lower ranking amateur league level.
  13. ^ a b c Founded in 1956, Rønne IK is a merger between B 1910 and Rønne BK. The founding clubs ceased to exist as entities.
  14. ^ a b AC Ballerup was a superstructure, formed by Ballerup IF, Grantoftens IF, Ballerup FC Lundegården and Lille Hema af 1973, becoming the parent clubs' joint first team between 1996 and 2002. The founding clubs played with status as reserve teams at a lower ranking amateur league level.
  15. ^ a b c Founded in 2010, Ballerup-Skovlunde Fodbold (known as BSF) is a merger between Ballerup IF and Skovlunde IF. The founding clubs ceased to exist as entities.
  16. ^ Founded in 1911, BK Borup was dissolved in the 1980s, playing the 1985 season as their last in a league governed by the DBU Copenhagen.
  17. ^ a b Founded in 2000, Frederiksberg Alliancen 2000 is a merger between BK Dalgas, B 1972 and Frederiksberg Kammeraternes IF. The founding clubs ceased to exist as entities.
  18. ^ Founded in 2009, FC Djursland was originally a superstructure, formed by Grenaa IF Fodbold, Østdjurs 91, AC Norddjurs, Åstrup/Hammelev IF and Kolind Pederstrup IF, becoming the parent clubs' joint first team. In 2014, Kolind Pederstrup IF left the agreement at senior level, and in 2015, Åstrup/Hammelev IF followed suit. In 2018, FC Djursland became the elite branch of Grenaa IF Fodbold.
  19. ^ a b c SC Egedal was a professional superstructure, formed by Ølstykke FC and Stenløse BK, becoming the parent clubs' joint first team between 2011 and 2015. The founding clubs played with status as reserve teams at a lower ranking amateur league level.
  20. ^ Founded in 1992, Esbjerg IF 92 is a merger between Esbjerg B 47 and Østerbyen BK. The founding clubs ceased to exist as entities.
  21. ^ Founded in 1953, Fredericia fF is a merger between Fredericia BK and ØB Fredericia. The founding clubs ceased to exist as entities.
  22. ^ a b Founded as Hjørring IF, the club's professional section changed its name to FC Hjørring in 2006. In 2013, Vendsyssel FF was originally formed as a professional superstructure by FC Hjørring and Frederikshavn fI. The following year, in 2014, Frederikshavn fI discontinued their engagement at senior level.
  23. ^ a b Founded in 1973, IF Hasle Fuglebakken is a merger between IF Fuglebakken and Hasle BK. In 2008, the club merged with KFUMs Boldklub Aarhus to create Fuglebakken KFUM Århus. In each case, the founding clubs ceased to exist as entities.
  24. ^ a b c Founded in 1979, Gladsaxe-Hero BK is a merger between BK Hero and Gladsaxe BK. The founding clubs ceased to exist as entities.
  25. ^ a b c Founded in 2003, Glostrup FK is a merger between IF 32 Glostrup Fodbold, Glostrup IC Fodbold and Hvissinge FC. The football departments of the founding clubs ceased to exist as entities.
  26. ^ Founded in 1935 as Greve IF Fodbold, the football department was reorganised as a separate club in 2004 under the name Greve Fodbold.
  27. ^ Founded in 1902 as Haslev Boldklub, the football department changed its name to Boldklubben Skjold Haslev shortly hereafter, before the club was renamed to Haslev Idræts Klub in 1906, and ultimately refounded as Haslev Idræts Forening in 1918. The sports club's football department was refounded as a separate association football club named Haslev Fodbold Club in 1972.
  28. ^ a b c HB Køge is a professional superstructure formed in 2009 by Herfølge BK and Køge BK, becoming the parent clubs' joint first team. The founding clubs play with status as reserve teams at a lower ranking amateur league level.
  29. ^ a b Elite 3000 Fodbold is a professional superstructure formed in 2005 by Helsingør IF, Helsingør FC, IF Frem Hellebæk, Vapnagaard FK72 and Snekkersten IF, becoming the parent clubs' joint first team. The founding clubs play with status as reserve teams at a lower ranking amateur league level. In 2012, the superstructure changed its name to FC Helsingør.
  30. ^ a b c d e f FC Midtjylland is a professional superstructure founded in July 1999 by BK Herning Fremad and originally Ikast FS, becoming the parent clubs' joint first team. In July 2018, Ikast FC would technically replace Ikast FS as parent club. The parent clubs play with status as reserve teams at a lower-ranking amateur league level.
  31. ^ Between 2008 and 2014, Holbæk B&IF's professional section was named Nordvest FC.
  32. ^ Founded in 1966, Søllerød BK is a merger between the football departments of Holte IF and Søllerød-Nærum IK. In 2002, the club merged with Vedbæk BK to create BK Søllerød-Vedbæk. In each case, the founding clubs ceased to exist as entities.
  33. ^ Founded in 1968, Horbelev IF is a merger between Horbelev BK and Horbelev S&GF. The founding clubs ceased to exist as entities.
  34. ^ a b In 1994, AC Horsens was originally founded as a professional superstructure by Horsens FS, FC Horsens and Stensballe IK. Stensballe IK only had a co-operation at the youth level. After five seasons, FC Horsens discontinued their engagement at senior level and hence AC Horsens continued as the professional branch of Horsens FS.
  35. ^ a b Founded in July 2018, Ikast FC is a merger at amateur level between Ikast FS and Ikast KFUM. The founding clubs' football departments ceased to exist as separate entities.
  36. ^ Founded as Jetsmark IF, the club's professional section changed its name to Blokhus FC in 2008 and then Jammerbugt FC in 2013.
  37. ^ Founded in 1885 as Jyderup SG&IF with association football being admitted in 1910, the sport club's football department was refounded as a separate association football club named Jyderup BK in 1991.
  38. ^ a b Founded in September 2002, Amager United was a superstructure between Kastrup BK and Tårnby BK. The co-operation was dissolved in June 2007.
  39. ^ a b c Kolding FC was a professional superstructure, formed by Kolding IF and Kolding BK, becoming the parent clubs' joint first team between 2002 and 2011. The founding clubs played with status as reserve teams at a lower ranking amateur league level.
  40. ^ a b c d Vejle Boldklub Kolding was a professional superstructure, formed by Vejle BK and Kolding FC, becoming the parent clubs' joint first team between 2011 and 2013. The founding clubs played with status as reserve teams at a lower ranking amateur league level.
  41. ^ Founded in 2008, FC Storebælt is a merger between Korsør BK and Halskov B98. The founding clubs ceased to exist as entities.
  42. ^ Founded in 1971 as Rishøj IF, the sport club's football department was refounded as a separate association football club named Rishøj BK in 2004. In 2017, the club was renamed Køge Nord FC.
  43. ^ Founded in 1964, Stege-Lendemark IF is a merger between Lendemark BK and Stege IF. The founding clubs ceased to exist as entities.
  44. ^ a b Founded in 2015, Nørresundby FB is a merger between Nørresundby BK and Lindholm IF. The football departments of the founding clubs ceased to exist as entities.
  45. ^ Between 1994 and 2001, Lyngby BK's professional section went under the name Lyngby FC.
  46. ^ Founded in 1948 as Middelfart G&BK, the club's professional section changed its name to Middelfart Fodbold in 2011. In 2015, the club's professional branch was reorganised under the name Middelfart BK.
  47. ^ a b Founded in 2015, FC Nakskov is a merger between Nakskov BK and BK Velo Nakskov. The football departments of the founding clubs ceased to exist as entities.
  48. ^ Founded in 1915, Nexø BK went bankrupt in 1990. Shortly hereafter, a phoenix club was set up referred to as Nexø Boldklub af 1990. In 2009, the name of the first team was changed to NB Bornholm.
  49. ^ Founded as Farum BK in January 1991, the club's professional branch changed its name to FC Nordsjælland in July 2003.
  50. ^ In 1996, Næstved IF's professional section was founded under the name Næstved BK, while the parent club continued playing at a lower level under its original name.
  51. ^ a b c d e Randers FC is a professional superstructure formed in 2003 by Dronningborg BK, Hornbæk SF, Kristrup BK, Randers SK Freja, Randers KFUM and Vorup Frederiksberg BK, becoming the parent clubs' joint first team. The founding clubs play with status as reserve teams at a lower ranking amateur league level.
  52. ^ In the 1990s, Randers SK Freja's professional section went under the name Randers Freja FC.
  53. ^ a b FC Roskilde is a professional superstructure founded in 2004 by Roskilde BK, Svogerslev BK and Himmelev-Veddelev BK, becoming the parent clubs' joint first team. The parent clubs play with status as reserve teams at a lower ranking amateur league level.
  54. ^ a b SfB-Oure FA is a professional superstructure formed in 2018 by Svendborg fB and Oure FA, becoming the parent clubs' joint first team. The founding clubs play with status as reserve teams at a lower ranking amateur league level.
  55. ^ Founded in 2021, Skamby-Hårslev BK is a superstructure, formed by Skamby BK and Hårslev BK, that merged all the parent club's senior men's teams, with no cooperation at youth level.
  56. ^ a b FC Aarhus was a professional superstructure, originally formed by Aarhus Fremad and IK Skovbakken, becoming the parent clubs' joint first team in 1999. After six months, IK Skovbakken discontinued their engagement and FC Aarhus continued as the professional branch of Aarhus Fremad until 2004.
  57. ^ a b Founded in 2016, VSK Aarhus is a merger between IK Skovbakken and Vejlby IK. The football departments of the founding clubs ceased to exist as entities.
  58. ^ Between 2008 and 2015, Slagelse BK&IF's professional section went under the name FC Vestsjælland.
  59. ^ Founded in 1946, BK Standard Kammeraterne is a merger between BK Standard and Amager Kammeraterne. The founding clubs ceased to exist as entities.
  60. ^ Founded in 2015 as FC Sydvest 05, the club is a superstructure between Ballum IF, Bredebro IF, Løgum IF and Tønder SF. In 2013, a agreement was reached to create an independent club under the name FC Sydvest 05 Tønder.
  61. ^ Founded in 2008, Svaneke IK is a merger between Svaneke BK and Svaneke Ibsker G&IF. The founding clubs ceased to exist as entities.
  62. ^ Founded in 1924, Svebølle BK&IF went bankrupt in 2016. Shortly hereafter, a phoenix club was set up named Svebølle Boldklub 2016, officially known as Svebølle BK&IF 2016.
  63. ^ a b Founded in 1961, Svendborg fB is a merger between Svendborg BK and Kammeraternes BK. The founding clubs ceased to exist as separate entities.
  64. ^ Between 2008 and 2017, Svendborg fB's professional section went under the name FC Svendborg.
  65. ^ Founded in 2002, BK Søllerød-Vedbæk (known as BSV) went bankrupt in 2016. Shortly hereafter, a phoenix club was set up named BSV af 2016. In 2020, the phoenix club merged with Rudersdal BK to form FC Rudersdal with the parent clubs ceasing to exist.
  66. ^ Founded as Haderslev FK, the club's professional section changed its name to HFK Sønderjylland in 2001. In 2004, the club's first team became the football section of the superstructure SønderjyskE, that was originally formed by Haderslev FK, Vojens Ishockey Klub and TM Tønder.
  67. ^ Taastrup FC was originally a superstructure, formed by the football departments of Taastrup IK 90 and Tåstrup B 70, becoming the parent clubs' joint first team between 2001 and 2005. In 2005, the board of the clubs agreed to a merger between the clubs. Hereafter, the founding clubs ceased to exist as entities.
  68. ^ Founded in 1975 as Varde IF, the professional branch changed its name to Varde IF Elite in 2012 and have since then been using a different logo.
  69. ^ Founded in 1918 as Silkeborg KFUM, the club's professional section changed its name to Young Boys FD in mid-July 2021.
  70. ^ Founded in 1998, Østerbro IF is a merger between Østerbros BK and Ryvang FC. The founding clubs ceased to exist as entities.
  71. ^ Between 2001 and 2004, IK Chang Aalborg's professional section went under the name FC Nordjylland.
  72. ^ Aarhus FC was founded in 1929 and dissolved in 1938, when the club became part of the football department of Aarhus Idrætsforening af 1900.
  73. ^ Founded in 1897 as Aarhus Idrætsclub Fremad, the football department was established in 1947 as Aarhus Fremad Fodbold. The professional branch of the club is simply named Aarhus Fremad and have been using a modified logo since the spring of 2016.

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