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Jutland Series


Jyllandsserien for Herrer
Founded1902; 118 years ago
First season1902
CountryDenmark
ConfederationDBU Jutland (DBU)
Divisions2
Number of teams32 (from 2008–09)
Level on pyramid5 (from 2008)
Promotion toDenmark Series (3 divisions)
Relegation toSeries 1 (6 divisions)
Domestic cup(s)JBUs Pokalturnering (1924–1932)
Danish Cup (1954–present)
Current championsIF Skjold Sæby (north group)
Vejlby-Risskov IK (south group)
(2018–19)
2019–20 season

Jutland Series (Danish: Jyllandsserien, JS, Herre Jyllandsserien) is the highest division for men organized by the regional association DBU Jylland and one of the fifth-highest divisions overall in the Danish football league system. The Jutland Association Football Championship (Danish: Jyllandsmesterskabet, JM) was introduced in 1902.[1] At the introduction of the championship, the tournament was placed at the top of the Danish football league system, but has since been moved to its current status as the fifth best level in Danish football, after a short period as the sixth best level, below the Denmark Series at the fourth level.

The division has changed its name on numerous occasions. It has previously been known as A-rækken (up until 1921/22; or JBUs A-række, Række A) and Mesterskabsrækken (1922/23-1950/51; or JBUs Mesterskabsrække to distinguish it from the other regional leagues; unofficially shortened to Mesterrækken), before settling with the current name of Jyllandsserien in 1951, eventually becoming Jyllandsserien for Herrer (or Herre Jyllandsserien, shortened to JS) to distinguish it from the women's corresponding regional league, that was introduced in the 1970s.[1][2]

Contents

Jutland Championship winners


A-Rækken

Season Level Champions Runners-up Refs
1902 fall 1 SK Cimbria Aalborg Horsens BK [3][1][4]
1903 spring 1 Aalborg BK N/A [3][4]
1903 fall 1 Aalborg FK N/A [3]
1904 spring 1 Aalborg FK N/A [3]
1904 fall 1 Aalborg FK N/A [3]
1905 spring 1 Aalborg FK N/A [3]
1905 fall 1 Aalborg FK N/A [3]
1906 spring 1 Aalborg FK N/A [3]
1906–07 1 Aalborg BK N/A [3]
1907–08 1 Aarhus GF N/A [3]
1908–09 1 Aarhus GF N/A [3]
1909–10 1 Aalborg BK N/A [3]
1910–11 1 Aalborg BK N/A [3]
1911–12 1 Vejle BK N/A [3]
1912–13 1 Vejle BK N/A [3]
1913–14 1 Vejle BK N/A [3]
1914–15 1 Vejle BK N/A [3]
1915–16 1 Randers SK Freja N/A [3]
1916–17 1 Randers SK Freja N/A [3]
1917–18 1 Randers SK Freja N/A [3]
1918–19 1 Aarhus GF N/A [3]
1919–20 1 Ringkjøbing IF N/A [3]
1920–21 1 Aarhus GF N/A [3]
1921–22 1 Aarhus GF N/A [3]

Mesterskabsrækken

Season Level Champions Runners-up Refs
1922–23 1 Aarhus GF N/A [3]
1923–24 1 Viborg FF N/A [3]
1924–25 1 Aarhus GF N/A [3]
1925–26 1 Horsens FS N/A [3]
1926–27 1 Horsens FS Viborg FF [3][5][6][7]
1927–28 2 Aalborg BK Esbjerg fB [3][8][9][10][7]
1928–29 2 Aalborg BK N/A [3]
1929–30 3 Aalborg BK N/A [3]
1930–31 3 Esbjerg fB N/A [3]
1931–32 3 Aalborg BK N/A [3]
1932–33 3 Aalborg BK N/A [3]
1933–34 3 Aarhus GF N/A [3]
1934–35 3 Aarhus GF N/A [3]
1935–36 3 Vejen SF N/A [3]
1936–37 4 Vejen SF N/A [3]
1937–38 4 Vejle BK N/A [3]
1938–39 4 Arbejdernes IK, Aarhus N/A [3]
1939–40 4
Not finished due to World War II
[3]
1940–41 2 Randers SK Freja N/A [3]
1941–42 2 IK Aalborg Chang N/A [3]
1942–43 2 BK Herning Fremad N/A [3]
1943–44 2 Thisted IK N/A [3]
1944–45 2
Not finished due to World War II
[3]
1945–46 4 BK Herning Fremad N/A [3]
1946–47 4 BK Herning Fremad N/A [3]
1947–48 4 Aarhus GF N/A [3]
1948–49 4 BK Herning Fremad N/A [3]
1949–50 4 BK Herning Fremad N/A [3]
1950–51 4 N/A N/A [1]

Jyllandsserien

Season Level Champions Runners-up Refs
1951–52 4 N/A N/A [1]

Jyllandsserien JM Final

Season Level Final Date Winner Result Runners–up Venue Ref
1991 5 N/A Hobro IK 3–2 Kolding BK N/A [11]
1992 5 N/A Spjald IF 2–0 Hjørring IF N/A [11]
1993 5 N/A Vejle FC 5–1 Vejgaard BK N/A [11]
1994 5 N/A Lemvig GF 3–2 Vejle BK (II) N/A [11]
1995 5 N/A Ringkøbing IF 6–3 (a.e.t.) Thisted FC N/A [11]
1996 5 N/A Vildbjerg SF 3–1 Aars IK N/A [11]
1997 5 N/A BK Herning Fremad (II) 9–1 Jetsmark IF N/A [11]
1998 6 N/A Søndermarken IK 7–3 Horsens fS (ACH II) N/A [11]
1999 6 N/A Thisted FC 3–1 Lystrup IF N/A [11]
2000 6 N/A Hobro IK 5–1 Sædding-Guldager IF N/A [11]
2001 6 N/A Brabrand IF 4–3 Lindholm IF N/A [11]
2002 6 N/A IK Aalborg Chang (FCN II) 3–0 Bramming BK N/A [11]
2003 6 2 November 2003 Grenaa IF 2–1 FC Horsens Viby Idrætspark, Viby J [12]
2004 6 7 November 2004 Lemvig GF 3–1 Lindholm IF Lemvig Stadion, Lemvig [13]
2005 6 5 November 2005 Esbjerg IF 92 3–1 Vivild IF Brædstrup Stadion, Brædstrup [14]
2006 6 4 November 2006 Brabrand IF (II) 3–2 Kjellerup IF Bjergets Idrætsanlæg, Kjellerup [15]
2007 6 3 November 2007 Aars IK 2–1 Odder IGF Spektrum Park, Odder [16]
2008 spring 6 Not awarded due to transitional period N/A
2008–09 5 26 June 2009 Kolding IF (KFC II) 6–5 Aalborg KFUM Bavnehøj Idrætsanlæg, Hadsten [17]
2009–10 5 30 June 2010 Frederikshavn fI w/o Brabrand IF (II) neutral ground [18]
2010–11 5 25 June 2011 FC Sønderborg 2–0 Aars FC Langskovhallen Ølholm, Tørring [19]
2011–12 5 23 June 2012 IF Lyseng 3–0 Kolding BK (VBK III) Givskud Stadion, Give [20]
2012–13 5 20 June 2013 Aabyhøj IF 4–1 Hjørring IF (VFF II) Klejtrup Stadion, Hobro [21]
2013–14 5 21 June 2014 FC Sønderborg 4–3 Lystrup IF Madsby Enge, Fredericia [22]
2014–15 5 20 June 2015 Aarhus Fremad (II) 7–5 Vejgaard BK Mariager Stadion, Mariager [23]

References


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