Overview (known) participants NB: in alphabetical order Club Home Town Âgssik (A-43) Narssaĸ (now spelled Narsaq; Danish: Nordprøven) B-67 Nûk (now spelled Nuuk; Danish: Godthåb) G-44 K'eĸertarssuaĸ (now spelled Qeqertarsuaq; Danish: Godhavn) GSS Nûk (now spelled Nuuk; Danish: Godthåb) Iliarssuk K'eĸertarssuatsiait (now spelled Qeqertarsuatsiaat; Danish: Fiskenæsset) K-33 K'aĸortoĸ (now spelled Qaqortoq; Danish: Julianehåb) Kâgssagssuk Manîtsoĸ (now spelled Maniitsoq; Danish: (Nye) Sukkertoppen) K'ingmeĸ Upernavik K'SP K'eĸertarssuaĸ (now spelled Qeqertarsuaq; Danish: Godhavn) Kugsak K'asigiánguit (now spelled Qasigiannguit; Danish: Christianshåb) Malamuk Ûmánaĸ (now spelled Uummannaq) Nagdlúnguaĸ Ilulíssat (now spelled Ilulissat; Danish: Jakobshavn) Nagtoralik Pâmiut (now spelled Paamiut; Danish: Frederikshåb) Nanoĸ K'utdligssat (now spelled Qullissat; town now abandoned) NÛK Nûk (now spelled Nuuk; Danish: Godthåb) SAK Sisimiut (Danish: Holsteinsborg) Siuteroĸ Nanortalik T-41 Ausiait (now spelled Aasiaat; Danish: Egedesminde) Qualifying Stage Pulje 1 (Sydgrønland) NB: organised by K-33 Winners: K-33; other entrants: Siuteroĸ and Âgssik (A-43) Pulje 2 (Midtgrønland) NB: organised by B-67 Nûk Qualifying Tournament Nûk Semifinals [Jun 21] GSS - NÛK [Jun 22] B-67 bt Iliarssuk Nûk Final [Jun 26] B-67 bt winners Jun 21 NB: B-67 qualified for Midtgrønland final Pâmiut Qualifying Tournament Winners: Nagtoralik (qualified for Midtgrønland semifinal) Sisimiut/Manîtsoĸ Qualifying Tournament Winners: SAK (qualified for Midtgrønland semifinal); other entrant: Kâgssagssuk; on May 11 SAK beat S-68 (Sisimiut) 7-0 but it is not clear whether that match was part of the qualifying tournament; SAK were originally placed in Pulje 3 but later moved to Pulje 2 Midtgrønland Final Tournament Midtgrønland Semifinal [Jul 12, in Nûk] SAK 4-2 Nagtoralik Midtgrønland Final [Jul 13, in Nûk] B-67 5-2 SAK NB: in addition, Nagtoralik played a friendly (presumably on Jul 11 or 13) against NÛK, winning 3-0; B-67 qualified for final phase Pulje 3 (Diskobugten) NB: organised by T-41 Winners: T-41; other entrants: Kugsak and Nagdlúnguaĸ Pulje 4 (Nordgrønland) NB: organised by Nanoĸ Winners: Nanoĸ; other entrants: G-44, K'ingmeĸ and Malamuk; instead of G-44, originally K'SP (also from K'eĸertarssuaĸ/Godhavn) were announced as entrants but apparently later replaced by G-44 Final Phase (in Nûk) Semifinals K-33 2-1 B-67 T-41 5-3 Nanoĸ Final [Aug 18] K-33 2-0 T-41 NB: Nanoĸ entered for the last time in 1969 as their home town, the coal mining village of K'utdligssat (modern spelling Qullissat) was abandoned.
Friendly matches 1969 [Mar 23] NÛK 6-1 B-67 NÛK II 6-0 B-67 UU [Mar 29] Sapitsok 5-3 A-1947 [Jul 12] SAK 4-2 Nagtoralik [Jul 13] B-67 5-2 SAK B-67 4-5 NÛK
list of champions
list of women champions
Thanks to Lorenzo Bigo for friendly matches
Source: Atuagagdliutit/Grønlandsposten (editions of 1 May 1969, 21 May 1969, 29 May 1969, 24 Jul 1969, and 21 Aug 1969)
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