Superliga

CountryDenmarkDenmark
Season2023

The Danish Superliga, officially known as the 3F Superliga for sponsorship reasons, is the premier professional men's football league in Denmark. The league, which was established in 1991, is organized by the Danish Football Association (DBU) and is the successor to the Danish 1st Division, which was the highest football league in Denmark prior to the Superliga's inception.

The Superliga is contested by 12 teams, each playing 22 matches in a regular season that runs from July to March. After the regular season, the league splits into a championship playoff and a relegation playoff, providing an exciting and competitive end to the season. The team that finishes top of the championship playoff is crowned the Danish champions and earns a place in the UEFA Champions League, while the bottom two teams in the relegation playoff are demoted to the Danish 1st Division.

Over the years, the Superliga has been dominated by a handful of teams. FC Copenhagen and Brøndby IF have been the most successful, with FC Copenhagen winning the title 13 times and Brøndby IF 10 times as of 2021. Other teams such as Aarhus GF, Odense Boldklub, and FC Midtjylland have also had successful spells in the league.

The Superliga has seen a number of high-profile players grace its pitches, including Danish legends like Peter Schmeichel, Michael Laudrup, and Jon Dahl Tomasson. The league has also been a stepping stone for many players who have gone on to have successful careers in other top European leagues.

In terms of attendance, the Superliga is one of the most-watched football leagues in Scandinavia. The passionate fans and the intense rivalries, particularly the "New Firm" derby between FC Copenhagen and Brøndby IF, contribute to a vibrant and exciting atmosphere at matches.

The Superliga has undergone several changes since its inception, including the introduction of the playoff system in the 2016-2017 season, aimed at increasing competitiveness and maintaining interest throughout the season. Despite these changes, the Superliga has maintained its status as the pinnacle of Danish football and continues to be a breeding ground for Danish football talent.

In conclusion, the Danish Superliga is a dynamic and competitive football league that has played a pivotal role in the development of Danish football. With its blend of homegrown talent and foreign imports, it offers a unique and exciting brand of football that has captivated fans in Denmark and beyond.

Superliga Upcoming Games

Superliga Top Scorers

The current top scorer list for Superliga in 2023

Player Team Goals
fc-midtjylland 10
silkeborg 10
brondby 10
aarhus 9
odense 8
brondby 8
lyngby 8
odense 7
viborg 7
brondby 7

Superliga standings

Rank Team MP W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Brondby players, news and schedule Brondby 23 15 5 3 46 21 25 50
2 FC Midtjylland players, news and schedule FC Midtjylland 23 15 3 5 45 26 19 48
3 FC Copenhagen players, news and schedule FC Copenhagen 23 14 3 6 46 25 21 45
4 FC Nordsjaelland players, news and schedule FC Nordsjaelland 23 11 7 5 38 23 15 40
5 Aarhus players, news and schedule Aarhus 23 9 10 4 28 23 5 37
6 Silkeborg players, news and schedule Silkeborg 23 8 4 11 30 34 -4 28
7 Randers FC players, news and schedule Randers FC 19 5 7 7 22 32 -10 22
8 Odense players, news and schedule Odense 19 5 5 9 23 29 -6 20
9 Lyngby players, news and schedule Lyngby 19 5 5 9 23 31 -8 20
10 Viborg players, news and schedule Viborg 19 5 5 9 20 33 -13 20
11 Vejle players, news and schedule Vejle 19 4 6 9 18 21 -3 18
12 Hvidovre players, news and schedule Hvidovre 19 1 5 13 12 40 -28 8

Prediction Stats

Correct Strike rate
Winner 92/130 71%
Over/Under 12/18 67%
League Correct %
Pro League logo Pro League 44/53 83%
Cup logo Cup 9/11 82%
Primera División - Apertura logo Primera División - Apertura 28/34 82%
Premier League logo Premier League 50/62 81%
World Cup - Qualification Asia logo World Cup - Qualification Asia 28/35 80%
First League logo First League 118/150 79%
Liga 1 logo Liga 1 65/83 78%
Super League 1 logo Super League 1 113/144 78%
Primera División Femenina logo Primera División Femenina 103/136 76%
Liga Pro logo Liga Pro 130/170 76%