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DRU Superliga

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DRU Superliga

The DRU Superliga is the highest tier of the national rugby union competition in Denmark.

The Danish First division has 11 clubs in total divided in 2 pools. The clubs that reach the Top 3 from each Division 1 pool (East and West) go through to the Super League.

The puntuation system in the Superliga: 4 Points for a win, 2P for a tie and bonus points are given if 4 tries or more are scored and/or if the loser team has a -7 margin.

Denmark First Div

West

Club Location
Hamlet RK Snekkersten
DTU Exiles Lyngby
Frederiksberg Rugby Klub Frederiksberg
RK Speed Kastrup, Copenhagen
CSR/Nanok Copenhagen
Hundested Rugby Klub Hundested

East

Club Location
Aalborg RK Lynet Aalborg
Holstebro RK Holstebro
Aarhus Rugby Klub Aarhus
Erritsø Rugby Klub Fredericia
Odder Rugby Klub Højbjerg, Aarhus

2012 Edition

*These are the Top 3 teams of each pool that complete the 2012 DRU Superliga.

Denmark Second Div

The second division is made up with some of the 2nd XV teams of a few of the first division clubs, and others that complete the championship league. Teams such as:

External links

  • [1] - Official DRU Superliga Table
  • Denmark Rugby Union - Official DRU Site

See also


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