Copenhagen Football Championship

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The Copenhagen Football Championship was a Danish football league held under various names in the years 1903–1936. It replaced The Football Tournament (1889–1903) as the top level Danish football competition of its time.

From 1912 to 1927 it served as the Copenhagen qualifier for the National Football Tournament, a national playoff to elect a Danish Champion. The National Football Tournament was won by a team from Copenhagen all the times contested. From 1927 to 1936 it coexisted with the Danish Championships with the best Copenhagen teams competing in both competitions.

Winners[edit]

Year Winner Runners-up Entrants
1903–04 Frem (1) KB 5
1904–05 KB (1) B 93 6
1905–06 B 93 (1) Frem 5
1906–07 B 93 / KB[1] 5
1907–08 B 93 (2) AB 5
1908–09 B 93 (3) AB 5
1909–10 KB (2) Frem 5
1910–11 KB (3) Frem 5
1911 ØB (1) B 1903 6
1912 KB (4) B 93 6
1912–13 KB (5) B 93 6
1913–14 KB (6) B 93 / Frem 6
1914–15 B 93 (4) KB 6
1915–16 KB (7) B 93 6
1916–17 KB (8) AB 6
1917–18 KB (9) Frem 6
1918–19 AB (1) B 93 7
1919–20 B 1903 (1) KB 7
1920–21 AB (2) B 1903 5
1921–22 KB (10) Frem 5
1922–23 Frem (2) B 93 5
1923–24 B 1903 (2) KB 6
1924–25 KB (11) AB 6
1925–26 B 1903 (3) B 93 6
1926–27 B 93 (5) B 1903 5
1927–28 B 93 (6) AB 6
1928–29 KB (12) Frem 6
1929–30 B 93 (7) B 1903 6
1930–31 B 1903 (4) KB 8
1931–32 B 93 (8) B 1903 8
1932–33 Frem (3) B 93 / KB 8
1933–34 B 93 (9) KB 8
1934–35 KB (13) B 1903 8
1935–36 B 1903 (5) KB 8

Championships by club[edit]

Titles Team
13 KB
9 B 93
5 B 1903
3 Frem
2 AB
1 ØB
Note: 1906–07 not included.

See also[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ B 93 and Kjøbenhavns Boldklub both finished with 12 points and the tournament was declared a draw. It is unclear if this should be understood as if they shared the title, or as if no one won it.

References[edit]

  • Gandil, Johannes; various others (1935), Dansk Fodbold, Sportsbladets Forlag
  • Ankerdal, Steen; Rasmussen, Niels (2003), På Banen - med københavns fodbold gennem 100 år, KBU