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Danish 2nd Division West

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Danish 2nd Division West

Trophy of 2nd Division West.
(Photo: Lars Schmidt)

The 2nd Division West is a group in the Danish 2nd Division with teams from Jutland and Funen Football Associations. The winners gain promotion for the Danish 1st Division, while the last-place finishers risk relegation into the Denmark Series.

From 1945 to 1991 the 2nd Division was a single competition, just below the top-flight Danish 1st Division. Before the 1991 season a new top-flight Danish Superliga was instituted, and the 2nd Division was split into the Danish 2nd Division East and West competitions, now third tier of Danish football. In 1997 the two 2nd Divisions were once again merged into one competition. It was split up again in 2005. In 2015 the 2nd Divisions were split into three groups with a promotion and relegation goup.


The following teams from 2nd Division West contested in the 2014–15 Danish 2nd Divisions:


Season Winner
Spring 1991 Nørresundby Boldklub
Autumn 1991 Horsens fS
Spring 1992 Svendborg fB
Autumn 1992 Ølstykke FC
Spring 1993 Holstebro BK
Autumn 1993 Herning Fremad
Spring 1994 Haderslev FK
Autumn 1994 Herning Fremad
Spring 1995 Nørre Aaby BK
Autumn 1995 Aarhus Fremad
Spring 1996 Aarhus Fremad
Autumn 1996 AC Horsens
Spring 1997 Aalborg Chang
1997–2005 no competition
2005-06 Esbjerg fB II
2006-07 Skive IK
2007-08 Thisted FC
2008-09 FC Fyn
2009-10 FC Hjørring
2010–11 Blokhus FC
2011–12 FC Fyn
2012–13 BK Marienlyst
2013–14 Skive IK
2014–15 Næstved BK
2015–Present no competition

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