Season-by-Season Results

  • promoted, relegated, Cup Qualifier
Season-by-Season Results Table
Season Squad Country Comp LgRank Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
2019-2020Midtjyllanddk DEN1. Superliga1st12921164+12297,993Evander - 4Jesper Hansen
2018-2019Midtjyllanddk DEN1. Superliga2nd3621877643+33717,014Paul Onuachu - 14Jesper Hansen→ UEFA Europa League via cup win
2017-2018Midtjyllanddk DEN1. Superliga1st3627458039+41857,812Marc Dal Hende - 11Jesper Hansen→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2016-2017Midtjyllanddk DEN1. Superliga4th36159126753+14547,332Paul Onuachu - 18Johan Dahlin→ UEFA Europa League via playoff win
2015-2016Midtjyllanddk DEN1. Superliga3rd3317885733+24597,590Martin Pušić - 13Mikkel Andersen→ UEFA Europa League via league finish
2014-2015Midtjyllanddk DEN1. Superliga1st3322566434+30718,567Duncan - 13Jakob Haugaard→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2013-2014Midtjyllanddk DEN1. Superliga3rd33167106138+23558,061Duncan - 15Jonas Lössl→ UEFA Europa League via league finish
2012-2013Midtjyllanddk DEN1. Superliga6th331211105147+4475,800Mads Albæk, Petter Andersson - 9Jonas Lössl
2011-2012Midtjyllanddk DEN1. Superliga3rd3317795040+10587,363Sylvester Igboun - 8Jonas Lössl→ UEFA Europa League via league finish
2010-2011Midtjyllanddk DEN1. Superliga4th331310105042+8497,212Mikkel Thygesen - 9Jonas Lössl→ UEFA Europa League via league finish
2009-2010Midtjyllanddk DEN1. Superliga6th33145144548-3477,107Frank Kristensen - 9Arkadiusz Onyszko
2008-2009Midtjyllanddk DEN1. Superliga4th33167105546+9558,088Frank Kristensen - 15Lasse Heinze
2007-2008Midtjyllanddk DEN1. Superliga2nd3318875336+17628,592Frank Kristensen - 12Martin Raška→ UEFA Cup via league finish
2006-2007Midtjyllanddk DEN1. Superliga2nd3318965839+19638,157Frank Kristensen - 12Anders Rasmussen→ UEFA Cup via league finish
2005-2006Midtjyllanddk DEN1. Superliga7th331011124252-10417,636Frank Kristensen - 7Ola Tidman
2004-2005Midtjyllanddk DEN1. Superliga3rd33176104940+9578,803Mohamed Zidan - 11Peter Skov-Jensen→ UEFA Cup via cup loss
2003-2004Midtjyllanddk DEN1. Superliga6th33146136551+14486,922Mohamed Zidan - 19Peter Skov-Jensen

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