Bezirksoberliga Oberpfalz

The Bezirksoberliga Oberpfalz was the seventh tier of the German football league system in the Bavarian Regierungsbezirk of Upper Palatinate (German: Oberpfalz). Until the introduction of the 3. Liga in 2008 it was the sixth tier of the league system, until the introduction of the Regionalligas in 1994 the fifth tier.

Bezirksoberliga Oberpfalz
Founded1988
Folded2012
Country Germany
State Bavaria
Level on pyramidLevel 7
Promotion toLandesliga Mitte
Relegation to
  • Bezirksliga Nord
  • Bezirksliga Süd
Last championsFC Amberg
(2011–12)

The league was disbanded at the end of the 2011-12 season, when major changes to the Bavarian football league system were carried out. Above the Bezirksoberligas, the Landesligas were expanded in number from three to five divisions and the Bezirke have two to three regional leagues, the Bezirksligas, as its highest level again, similar to the system in place until 1988.[1]

Overview

The Bezirksoberligas in Bavaria were introduced in 1988 to create a highest single-division playing level for each of the seven Bezirke.

Before the introduction of the Bezirksoberligas, the Bezirksliga was the level of play below the Landesliga. The Bezirksliga Oberpfalz-Nord and Oberpfalz-Süd fed the Landesliga Bayern-Mitte as they afterwards fed the Bezirksoberliga Oberpfalz.

The winner of the Bezirksoberliga Oberpfalz, like the winner of the Bezirksoberliga Niederbayern and Bezirksoberliga Mittelfranken, was directly promoted to the Landesliga Bayern-Mitte. The second placed teams out of those leagues played-off for another promotion spot with the 15th placed team out of the Landesliga for the last spot there. However, in some years additional promotion places were available in the Landesliga.

The three bottom teams of the Bezirksoberliga were relegated to the Bezirksliga, the team just above those faced a play-off against the second placed Bezirksliga teams.

With the league reform at the end of the 2011-12 season, which includes an expansion of the number of Landesligas from three to five, the Bezirksoberligas were disbanded. Instead, the Bezirksligas took the place of the Bezirksoberligas below the Landesligas once more.[2]

The clubs from the Bezirksoberliga joined the following leagues:[1]

  • Champions : Promotion round to the Bayernliga, winners to the Bayernliga, losers to the Landesliga.
  • Teams placed 2nd to 6th: Directly qualified to the Landesliga.
  • Team placed 7th : Two additional Landesliga places to be determined in a play-off round with the Bezirksliga champions, losers enter Bezirksliga.
  • Teams placed 8th to 19th: Directly relegated to Bezirksliga.

Winners and runners-up

The following teams have won or finished runners-up in the league:[3][4]

Season Champions Runners-up
1988–89 TSV Detag Wernberg ASV Cham +
1989–90 TSV Kareth-Lappersdorf Fortuna Regensburg
1990–91 ASV Cham TSV Detag Wernberg
1991–92 VfB Regensburg TSV Kareth-Lappersdorf +
1992–93 FC Furth im Wald TS Regensburg
1993–94 FC Linde Schwandorf VfB Regensburg
1994–95 1. FC Schwandorf DJK Ensdorf
1995–96 SC Luhe-Wildenau SSV Schönhofen
1996–97 SV Neusorg Freier TuS Regensburg
1997–98 FC Linde Schwandorf TV Wackersdorf
1998–99 SC Luhe-Wildenau + TV Wackersdorf +
1999–2000 DJK Vilzing TSV Detag Wernberg
2000–01 SV Neusorg SV Detag Weiden +
2001–02 FC Beilngries 1. FC Schwandorf
2002–03 FC Amberg TSV Kareth-Lappersdorf
2003–04 FC Tegernheim SV Etzenricht
2004–05 FC Amberg Fortuna Regensburg
2005–06 SV Etzenricht Fortuna Regensburg +
2006–07 DJK Vilzing DJK Ammerthal +
2007–08 FC Tegernheim DJK Ammerthal +
2008–09 DJK Ammerthal + SpVgg Weiden II +
2009–10 TSV Bad Abbach ASV Cham
2010–11 ASV Cham SV Sorghof
2011–12 FC Amberg FC Tegernheim
  • Promoted teams in bold.
  • + Teams finished on equal points, decider needed to determine final position.

Multiple winners

The following clubs have won the league more than once:

Club Wins Years
FC Amberg 3 2003, 2005, 2012
ASV Cham 2 1991, 2011
FC Tegernheim 2 2004, 2008
DJK Vilzing 2 2000, 2007
SV Neusorg 2 1997, 2001
SC Luhe-Wildenau 2 1996, 1999
FC Linde Schwandorf 2 1994, 1998

League placings

The final placings in the league since its interception:[3]

Club S 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12
Freier TuS Regensburg61696492LLLLLLLLLLLLLBL
SV Etzenricht7713103231LLLLLL
DJK Ammerthal913484124221LLL
TSV Bad Abach3331LL
ASV Cham6241LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL621L
FC Amberg 231L1LLLLLL1
FC Tegernheim1541389713124371L861LLL2
SpVgg Weiden 11BBBBBLLBBBBBBBBBBLBBBRR3
DJK Vilzing441LLLLLL1LLLL4
TSV Kareth-Lappersdorf20L1L251438838852L831381211125
VfB Bach12612691414754546
Fortuna Regensburg172136788111566322161537
1. FC Beilngries157310361L657347478
SC Ettmannsdorf413959
SC Regensburg7141481312910
FV Vilseck111
SV Sorghof57913212
TB/ASV Regenstauf 4113
ASV Burglengenfeld6151286814
SV Kulmain61161031315
SSV Paulsdorf21116
TSV Detag Wernberg141L2L815118211910715617
SpVgg Hainsacker21018
SV Raigering610515141519
SpVgg Weiden II 112LL
FC Ränkam11121069471311141014
FC Furth im Wald1212113131L11149145715
SV Plößberg4814816
SC Luhe-Wildenau101LL1LLL55464111314
1. FC Schwarzenfeld5119101115
FC Edelsfeld116
FC Thalmassing114
SpVgg Pirk510115109
SSV Paulsdorf312513
SV Detag Weiden962712139131216
DJK-SV Lengenfeld6111312151015
1. FC Schwandorf14910121531LL1553248614
SV Schwarzhofen2715
1. FC Rötz391016
TSV Dietfurt21114
SpVgg Schirmitz116
SV Neusorg41LLL1LL1217
TV Wackersdorf5422LL119
TB Roding115
TSV Eslarn351216
FC Linde Schwandorf 3643101LL31LLLL
SSV Schönhofen81012992141014
FC Dalking2916
1. FC Wernberg351015
DJK Ensdorf1186167210125121116
DJK-SV Keilberg34715
TSV Nittenau116
TSV Wacker Neutraubling71355613914
SpVgg Vohenstrauß514551015
TSV Erbendorf3111616
FC Maxhütte Haidhof41271116
TSV Pressath8L12553136416
1. FC Rieden571112713
TB Regenstauf 4869794111015
VfB Regensburg57101L23
ASV Neustadt7336461014
DJK Seugast115
FSV Waldthurn116
TS Regensburg498216
SpVgg Pfreimd21215
SV Zeitlarn448814
SG Hohenschambach21116
SV Kemnath21315
SC Teublitz21114
TuS Grafenwöhr2715
DJK Dürnsicht2516
SpVgg Windischeschenbach113
SV Sünching115

Key

Color Key
R Regionalliga Süd
B Bayernliga
L Landesliga Mitte
1, 2, 3, ... Bezirksoberliga
1 League champions
Played at a league level below this league
  • S = No of seasons in league (as of 2011-12)

Notes

  • 1 In 2011, SpVgg Weiden declared insolvency in the Regionalliga and was relegated to the Bezirksoberliga Oberpfalz, taking the place of its reserve side.
  • 2 In 1995, 1. FC Amberg was declared bankrupt and folded. A new club, the FC Amberg, was formed, initially within the TV Amberg.
  • 3 The FC Linde Schwandorf folded in 2002 and reformed as FT Eintracht Schwandorf.
  • 4 In 2008, the TB Regenstauf merged with ASV Regenstauf to formTB/ASV Regenstauf.

References

  1. Auf- und Abstiegsregelung der Bayernliga und der Landesligen für das Qualifikationsspieljahr 2011/2012 Archived September 5, 2011, at the Wayback Machine (in German) Bavarian FA website - Regulations for promotion and relegation in 2012, accessed: 16 July 2011
  2. Untere Ligen erfahren eine Aufwertung (in German) Augsburger Allgemeine, published: 11 April 2011, accessed: 2 May 2011
  3. Tables and results of the BOL Oberpfalz Archived 2014-08-29 at the Wayback Machine (in German) Manfreds Fussball Archiv, accessed: 4 February 2011
  4. Champions of the BOL Oberpfalz 1988–2010 DSFS, accessed: 5 May 2011

Sources

  • Die Bayernliga 1945 - 1997, (in German) published by the DSFS, 1998
  • 50 Jahre Bayrischer Fussball-Verband (in German) 50-year-anniversary book of the Bavarian FA, publisher: Vindelica Verlag, published: 1996
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