- promoted, relegated, Cup Qualifier See Rank Key
|Rk||Squad||MP||W||D||L||GF||GA||GDiff||Pts||Attendance||Top Team Scorer||Goalkeeper||Notes|
|1||FC Copenhagen||26||19||4||3||65||23||+42||61||15,214||Robert Skov - 29||Jesse Joronen||→ Championship round|
|2||Midtjylland||26||18||6||2||62||26||+36||60||7,014||Paul Onuachu - 17||Jesper Hansen||→ Championship round|
|3||Odense||26||12||6||8||35||31||+4||42||6,104||Bashkim Kadrii - 10||Sten Grytebust||→ Championship round|
|4||Brøndby||26||11||5||10||44||40||+4||38||14,337||Kamil Wilczek - 21||Marvin Schwäbe||→ Championship round|
|5||Esbjerg||26||11||5||10||32||35||-3||38||5,100||Joni Kauko, Adrian Petre - 8||Jeppe Højbjerg||→ Championship round|
|6||Nordsjælland||26||9||9||8||42||39||+3||36||3,143||Andreas Skov Olsen - 22||Nicolai Larsen||→ Championship round|
|7||Aalborg||26||9||9||8||38||35||+3||36||6,077||Lucas Andersen - 10||Jacob Rinne||→ Relegation round|
|8||Randers||26||9||7||10||29||34||-5||34||3,800||Saba Lobzhanidze - 6||Patrik Carlgren||→ Relegation round|
|9||Aarhus||26||7||10||9||31||34||-3||31||8,433||Patrick Mortensen - 9||Kamil Grabara||→ Relegation round|
|10||Horsens||26||8||7||11||31||45||-14||31||4,398||Hallur Hansson - 7||Matej Delač||→ Relegation round|
|11||SønderjyskE||26||7||7||12||30||37||-7||28||4,856||Mart Lieder - 6||Sebastian Mielitz||→ Relegation round|
|12||Vendsyssel||26||5||7||14||24||41||-17||22||2,421||Alhaji Kamara, Moses Opondo - 4||Nicolai Flø||→ Relegation round|
|13||Hobro||26||5||6||15||22||45||-23||21||2,183||Pål Alexander Kirkevold - 7||Jesper Rask||→ Relegation round|
|14||Vejle BK||26||4||8||14||22||42||-20||20||5,506||Alan Sousa - 10||Pavol Bajza||→ Relegation round|
|1||FC Copenhagen||36||26||4||6||86||37||+49||82||→ UEFA Champions League via league finish|
|3||Esbjerg||36||16||8||12||45||47||-2||56||→ UEFA Europa League via league finish|
Europa League play-offs
Danish 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs
Vendsyssel relegated to 1. Division.
Squad Standard Stats
Squad Playing Time
Squad Miscellaneous Stats
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