The Superliga is a Danish championship with 12 teams, in which winning the league championship is really competitive. In the last ten seasons, there has been only one occasion where the defending champion managed to retain the championship trophy in the following season.
Betting on the Danish championship
The Danish soccer season starts very early for a European championship. It begins in July and ends in March.
The Danish league is split in two, with the top six teams going into the final stages to determine the league winner, while the bottom six engage in playoffs for relegation.
The second division in Denmark is called the 1ʳᵉ division. Place your bets on the Denmark 1st division on our online sports betting platform.
There is another rivalry in the middle of the table. When the first half of the season comes to an end, tension forms between the sixth and the seventh place. It is quite a significant moment in the season as finishing sixth avoids the possibility of relegation.
As far as European competition is concerned, four of the top six teams are guaranteed a ticket to play in a European Cup in the following season. There are two places in the Champions League play-offs and two more in the C4. Make bets on the Europa League Conference — a UEFA competition sponsored by bwin.
Finally, the winner of the Danish Cup - the Landspokalturneringen (also referred to as the Sydbank Pokalen for sponsorship reasons), will be sent to the Europa League. In the end, in addition to the championship race, five of the top six usually finish in European competitions.
Betting on the favourites of SuperLiga
The most popular teams are FC Copenhagen and FC Midtjylland, best-known, especially for their European achievements.
The main day for the Superliga matches tends to be Sunday, with the match kick-offs at either: 2 pm, 4 pm, or 6 pm.
Audiovisual partnership to watch SuperLiga matches
For the first time ever, the European leagues have worked with nine of its members to bundle their broadcasting rights outside their home markets.
Through the initial three-year joint agreement with Eleven and OneFootball, football bettors around the world will be able to watch live, free-to-air, top-flight matches from various professional leagues, including the Danish Superliga, Icelandic Top Football, Professional Football League of Kazakhstan, Latvian Optibet Virsliga, Northern Ireland Premiership, Norwegian Eliteserien, Polish Ekstraklasa, Slovak Fortuna Liga, and the Swiss Super League.
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