Women's Football was recorded during DBU at union council in February 1972 and could then celebrate its 25th anniversary in 1997. Mon played the first time on Denmark Cup the following year, where you wound up the championship as a cup tournament between the local union's winners. Ribe FC became the first Danish champions by beating Boldklubben "Stjernen"with 1-0 in the final. In 1975 they went on to settle Denmark championship as the tournament is divided into an east-and west-circuit and for the first time one could choose a Danish master residing east of the Great Belt as Femina defeated Ribe with 4-0 home and 1-0 away. In 1981 saw the first nationwide Danish Championship for ladies unveiled for the first time to a team from Fyn boast of the title, since B 1909 won the tournament with a lead of five points down to Femina. In total, 35 danmarksmesterkskaber for ladies. Nonetheless in this quarter century could only announce the seven different champions: Ribe, Femina, B 1909, HEI, Fortuna Hjørring, OB and by Brøndby IF, who after their first DM-title in 2003 have subsequently won the last five Denmark Championships in a row.
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