But what was 'low' and 'high' in Denmark? Fairly equal clubs changing places every new season , depending on momentary strength. Or the lack of it. Goal difference decided the positions of 4 clubs at the upper part of the table, each with 34 points: 'unlucky' Kastrup Boldklub took the 6th place; the 'lucky' Esbjerg fB – bronze medals.
Better known club finished second. Comfortably second, it must be said, for they were 5 points ahead of Esbjerg, but nothing more, for they were also hopelessly out of the race for the title, a good 8 points behind the champions. B 1903 (Copenhagen).
There was no race for the title – the champions were far ahead of anybody else. Must have been fantastic squad... if it was another country. Well, the champions were at least known outside Denmark – OB Odense. 'The Striped' often played in the European club tournaments, hence, familiar name, although familiar because of simple participation. They hardly lasted long, but normally Danish clubs did not last. Never mind, champions are champions – a great season for OB!