- promoted, relegated, Cup Qualifier
|Season||Squad||Country||Comp||LgRank||Apps||Pts||GDiff||W||D||L||GF||GA||Attendance||Top Team Scorer||Goalkeeper||Notes|
|2018-2019||Randers||dk DEN||1. Superliga||6th||20||28||-3||7||7||6||23||26||3,757||Benjamin Stokke - 5||Patrik Carlgren|
|2017-2018||Randers||dk DEN||1. Superliga||11th||32||30||-20||7||9||16||32||52||3,741||Saba Lobzhanidze - 9||Hannes Þór Halldórsson|
|2016-2017||Randers||dk DEN||1. Superliga||7th||32||41||-2||11||8||13||33||35||4,783||Mikael Ishak - 8||Hannes Þór Halldórsson|
|2015-2016||Randers||dk DEN||1. Superliga||6th||33||47||+2||13||8||12||45||43||5,367||Mikael Ishak - 13||Karl-Johan Johnsson|
|2014-2015||Randers||dk DEN||1. Superliga||4th||33||52||+11||14||10||9||39||28||5,372||Mikael Ishak - 11||Karl-Johan Johnsson||→ UEFA Europa League via league finish|
|2013-2014||Randers||dk DEN||1. Superliga||7th||33||41||-4||9||14||10||41||45||5,171||Ronnie Schwartz - 15||Peter Friis Jensen|
|2012-2013||Randers||dk DEN||1. Superliga||3rd||33||52||-6||15||7||11||36||42||5,240||Ronnie Schwartz - 14||David Ousted||→ UEFA Europa League via league finish|
|2010-2011||Randers||dk DEN||1. Superliga||11th||33||34||-7||6||16||11||41||48||5,131||Jonas Kamper - 7||David Ousted||Relegated|
|2009-2010||Randers||dk DEN||1. Superliga||10th||33||40||-6||10||10||13||37||43||5,977||Mikkel Beckmann - 10||Kevin Stuhr Ellegaard||→ UEFA Europa League via fair play rank|
|2008-2009||Randers||dk DEN||1. Superliga||5th||33||46||+2||11||13||9||52||50||7,423||Marc Nygaard - 16||Kevin Stuhr Ellegaard||→ UEFA Europa League via fair play rank|
|2007-2008||Randers||dk DEN||1. Superliga||6th||33||47||+8||13||8||12||41||33||8,061||Thomas Dalgaard, Bedi Buval - 7||Kevin Stuhr Ellegaard|
|2006-2007||Randers||dk DEN||1. Superliga||8th||33||38||-12||10||8||15||41||53||7,149||Baye Djiby Fall - 14||Martin S. Jensen|
|2004-2005||Randers||dk DEN||1. Superliga||12th||33||24||-34||5||9||19||30||64||6,462||José Roberto Rodrigues Mota, Mikkel Rask - 6||Martin S. Jensen||Relegated|
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