1999–2000 Regionalliga

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Regionalliga
Season 1999–2000
Champions VfL Osnabrück (N)
1. FC Union Berlin (NO)
1. FC Saarbrücken (W/SW)
SSV Reutlingen (S)
Promoted 1. FC Saarbrücken
SSV Reutlingen
VfL Osnabrück
LR Ahlen
Relegated 39 teams

The 1999–2000 Regionalliga was the sixth season of the Regionalliga as the third tier of German football. It was also the last season to be competed in four divisions. Teams were not only competing for promotion to the 2. Bundesliga, but also to qualify for the new two-division Regionalliga.

As in the previous seasons there were four divisions: Nord, Nordost, West/Südwest and Süd. Each division comprised 18 teams, with the exception of the West/Südwest division that had 20.

Nord[edit]

VfL Osnabrück was promoted to 2nd Bundesliga by beating 1. FC Union Berlin in the play-offs.

VfB Lübeck, Eintracht Braunschweig, SV Wilhelmshaven, SV Werder Bremen Amateure and Lüneburger SK qualified for the new two-division Regionalliga.

Final table[edit]

The remaining teams were relegated to the Oberliga.

Position Club Games W D L Goals GD Points Promotion/relegation
1 VfL Osnabrück 34 22 8 4 69:34 +35 74 Qualification for Promotion playoff
2 VfB Lübeck 34 21 7 6 74:34 +40 70
3 Eintracht Braunschweig 34 20 9 5 69:28 +41 69
4 SV Wilhelmshaven 34 21 5 8 62:38 +24 68
5 Werder Bremen (A) 34 18 9 7 68:38 +30 63
6 Lüneburger SK 34 18 6 10 60:38 +22 60 Qualification for Relegation playoff
7 BV Cloppenburg 34 14 13 7 73:58 +15 55 Relegation to Oberliga
8 Holstein Kiel 34 14 9 11 62:57 +5 51
9 SC Göttingen 05 34 13 6 15 58:63 -5 45
10 Arminia Hannover 34 10 11 13 53:51 +2 41
11 SV Meppen 34 10 11 13 57:57 ±0 41
12 1. SC Norderstedt 34 10 6 18 47:64 -17 36
13 Eintracht Nordhorn 34 11 3 20 54:76 -22 36
14 TuS Celle FC 34 9 8 17 39:65 -26 35
15 FC St. Pauli (A) 34 9 7 18 44:67 -23 34
16 Hamburger SV (A) 34 9 4 21 45:68 -23 31
17 FC Bremerhaven 34 7 6 21 39:82 -43 27
18 VfB Oldenburg 34 4 4 26 28:83 -55 16

Top scorers[edit]

# Player Club Goals
1. Germany Daniel Bärwolf VfB Lübeck 25
Germany Marinus Bester Lüneburger SK
3. Germany Horst Elberfeld BV Cloppenburg 25
4. Germany Christian Claaßen VfL Osnabrück 18
5. Poland Jacek Janiak VfL Osnabrück 17
Romania Ioan Perdei SC Göttingen 05
7. Germany Markus Erdmann Arminia Hannover 16
4. Germany Jörg Ahrends Holstein Kiel 13
Germany Uwe Harttgen Werder Bremen (A)
Republic of the Congo Joakim N'Tsika-Compaigne Hamburger SV (A)
Germany Mark Pomorin FC St. Pauli (A)
Slovakia Stefan Rusnak BV Cloppenburg
Germany Dirk Weetendorf Eintracht Braunschweig

Nordost[edit]

1. FC Union Berlin remains in the Regionalliga, as the club could not secure promotion in the play-off against VfL Osnabrück.

1. FC Union Berlin took part in the play-offs against LR Ahlen and SC Pfullendorf, but could not win promotion.

Dresdner SC, FC Erzgebirge Aue, FC Carl Zeiss Jena, SV Babelsberg 03, FC Sachsen Leipzig and Rot-Weiß Erfurt qualified for the new two-division Regionalliga.

Final table[edit]

The remaining teams were relegated to the Oberliga.

Position Club Games W D L Goals GD Points Promotion/relegation
1 1. FC Union Berlin 34 23 8 3 53:23 +30 77 Qualification for Promotion playoff
2 Dresdner SC 34 17 9 8 65:30 +35 60
3 FC Erzgebirge Aue 34 18 6 10 59:40 +19 60
4 FC Carl Zeiss Jena 34 16 10 8 53:35 +18 58
5 SV Babelsberg 03 34 16 9 9 57:40 +17 57
6 FC Sachsen Leipzig 34 16 9 9 46:34 +12 57
7 Rot-Weiß Erfurt 34 17 6 11 39:41 -2 57 Qualification for Relegation playoff
8 Dynamo Dresden 34 13 13 8 44:34 +10 52 Relegation to Oberliga
9 VfB Leipzig 34 14 7 13 43:36 +7 49
10 1. FC Magdeburg 34 13 8 13 64:44 +20 47
11 Hertha BSC (A) 34 12 7 15 42:55 -13 43
12 EFC Stahl 34 11 7 16 40:61 -21 40
13 VFC Plauen 34 9 8 17 39:51 -12 35
14 VfL Halle 96 34 9 8 17 35:65 -30 35
15 Tennis Borussia Berlin (A) 34 10 4 20 53:70 -17 34
16 FSV Lok Altmark Stendal 34 9 7 18 38:60 -22 34
17 FC Berlin 34 7 7 20 39:56 -17 28
18 FSV Zwickau 34 6 7 21 33:67 -34 25

Top scorers[edit]

# Player Club Goals
1. Germany Hendryk Lau SV Babelsberg 03 16
2. Germany Steffen Menze 1. FC Union Berlin 14
3. Germany Jörg Kirsten Erzgebirge Aue 13
4. Albania Harun Isa Erzgebirge Aue 12
Germany Sven Kretschmer Hertha BSC (A)
Germany Rocco Milde FSV Zwickau /
Dresdner SC
4. Germany Alexander Dürr VfB Leipzig 11
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Alexsandar Jović Carl Zeiss Jena
Nigeria Adolphus Ofodile 1. FC Magdeburg
Greece Kostas Pantios Tennis Borussia Berlin (A)
Argentina Sergio Sánchez Dresdner SC

West/Südwest[edit]

1. FC Saarbrücken was promoted to the 2nd Bundesliga.

LR Ahlen won promotion to the 2nd Bundesliga by beating 1. FC Union Berlin and SC Pfullendorf in the play-offs.

Teams ranked from 3 to 11 qualified for the new two-division Regionalliga.

The remaining teams were relegated to the Oberliga.

Final table[edit]

Position Club Games W D L Goals GD Points Promotion/relegation
1 1. FC Saarbrücken 36 23 8 5 69:22 +47 77 Promotion to 2. Bundesliga
2 LR Ahlen 36 21 8 7 82:32 +50 71 Qualification for Promotion playoffs
3 Sportfreunde Siegen 36 20 7 9 61:42 +19 67
4 SG Wattenscheid 09 36 18 9 9 72:42 +30 63
5 Eintracht Trier 36 17 9 10 54:47 +7 60
6 Fortuna Düsseldorf 36 13 14 9 53:35 +18 53
7 Rot-Weiss Essen 36 14 10 12 55:46 +9 52
8 Preußen Münster 36 14 8 14 50:54 -4 50
9 SC Verl 36 12 13 11 49:44 +5 49
10 Borussia Dortmund (A) 36 12 13 11 42:40 +2 49
11 KFC Uerdingen 05 36 13 9 14 52:52 ±0 48
12 SV Elversberg 36 13 9 14 49:49 ±0 48 Qualification for Relegation playoff
13 SC Paderborn 07 36 13 9 14 47:47 ±0 48 Relegation to Oberliga
14 1. FC Kaiserslautern (A) 36 13 9 14 49:55 -6 48
15 VfL Bochum (A) 36 11 7 18 57:69 -12 40
16 Bayer 04 Leverkusen (A) 36 8 14 14 45:52 -7 38
17 FK Pirmasens 36 9 6 21 38:75 -37 33
18 SC 07 Idar-Oberstein 36 8 7 21 25:78 -53 31
19 FSV Salmrohr 36 5 1 30 19:87 -68 16
20 FC Gütersloh* 0 0 0 0 0:0 ±0 0

*FC Gütersloh went into receivership during the season. All matches were annulled.

Top scorers[edit]

# Player Club Goals
1. Germany Marius Ebbers SG Wattenscheid 09 23
2. Brazil Daniel Teixeira KFC Uerdingen 22
3. Germany Mario Krohm LR Ahlen 21
4. Nigeria Sambo Choji 1. FC Saarbrücken 20
5. Nigeria Amaechi Ottiji FC Gütersloh /
Sportfreunde Siegen
19
6. Turkey Ersin Demir Bayer Leverkusen (A) 18
7. Poland Marek Czakon SV Elversberg 17
8. Germany Sascha Wolf Rot-Weiß Essen 16
9. Germany Tobias Weis 1. FC Kaiserslautern (A) 14
10. Germany Jan Majewski VfL Bochum (A) 13
Nigeria Ganiyu Shittu Fortuna Düsseldorf
Italy Raffael Tonello Sportfreunde Siegen

Süd[edit]

SSV Reutlingen 05 was promoted to the 2nd Bundesliga. SC Pfullendorf took part in the play-offs against 1. FC Union Berlin and LR Ahlen, but could not win promotion.

Teams ranked 3 to 13 qualified for the new two-division Regionalliga.

Teams ranked below 13 were relegated to the Oberliga.

FC Augsburg and Karlsruher SC Amateure were forcibly relegated.

Position Club Games W D L Goals GD Points Promotion/relegation
1 SSV Reutlingen 05 34 28 3 3 102:25 +77 87 Promotion to 2. Bundesliga
2 SC Pfullendorf 34 18 7 9 57:36 +21 61 Qualification for Promotion playoffs
3 VfR Mannheim 34 15 12 7 61:55 +6 57
4 Wacker Burghausen 34 15 10 9 57:42 +15 55
5 FC Bayern Munich (A) 34 15 6 13 64:58 +6 51
6 VfB Stuttgart (A) 34 12 14 8 51:34 +17 50
7 TSV 1860 München (A) 34 12 12 10 48:38 +10 48
8 FC Augsburg 34 12 10 12 43:43 ±0 46 Relegation to Oberliga
9 SV Darmstadt 98 34 11 13 10 49:51 -2 46
10 VfR Aalen 34 12 10 12 51:54 -3 46
11 1. FC Schweinfurt 05 34 14 3 17 47:54 -7 45
12 Karlsruher SC (A) 34 11 11 12 56:51 +5 44 Relegation to Oberliga
13 SV Wehen 34 11 10 13 46:52 -6 43
14 FSV Frankfurt 34 10 11 13 48:57 -9 41 Qualification for Relegation playoffs
15 TSF Ditzingen 34 8 12 14 46:55 -9 36 Relegation to Oberliga
16 SG Quelle Fürth 34 8 11 15 40:70 -30 35
17 Borussia Fulda 34 6 13 15 40:57 -17 31
18 SV Lohhof 34 2 4 28 29:103 -74 10

Top scorers[edit]

# Player Club Goals
1. Cameroon Olivier Djappa SSV Reutlingen 36
2. Croatia Neno Rogosic VfR Aalen 18
3. Croatia Marko Barlecaj SC Pfullendorf 17
Croatia Ivica Magdić SC Pfullendorf
5. Germany Zdenko Juric VfR Mannheim 16
Germany Sascha Maier Wacker Burghausen
7. Germany Ralf Becker SSV Reutlingen 15
8. Germany Patrick Würll Bayern Munich (A) 14
9. Germany Markus Lützler Wacker Burghausen 13
Germany Andreas Rüppel FSV Frankfurt
Italy Antonio Di Salvo Bayern Munich (A)

Promotion playoffs[edit]

Round 1[edit]

The champions of the Regionalliga Nord (VfL Osnabrück) and Regionalliga Nordost (1. FC Union Berlin) faced each other in a two-legged playoff. Osnabrück, as winners, were promoted to the 2. Bundesliga, while Union were given another chance at promotion in round 2.

Round 2[edit]

1. FC Union Berlin faced the runners up of the Regionalliga West/Südwest (LR Ahlen) and Regionalliga Süd (SC Pfullendorf) in a round-robin tournament. Ahlen won this mini-league, and took the final promotion place.

Matches[edit]

Standings[edit]

Position Club Games W D L Goals GD Points
1 LR Ahlen 2 1 1 0 3:2 +1 4
2 1. FC Union Berlin 2 1 0 1 4:3 +1 3
3 SC Pfullendorf 2 0 1 1 2:4 -2 1

Relegation playoffs[edit]

Nord[edit]

Kickers Emden, champions of the Oberliga Niedersachsen/Bremen, beat TuS Felde, Oberliga Schleswig-Holstein champions in a playoff to face Lüneburger SK, who had finished 6th in the Regionalliga Nord. Lüneburg won 3–1 on aggregate to stay in the Regionalliga.

Nordost[edit]

FC Schönberg 95, champions of the NOFV-Oberliga Nord, beat FSV Hoyerswerda, NOFV-Oberliga Süd champions in a playoff to face Rot-Weiß Erfurt, who had finished 7th in the Regionalliga Nordost. Erfurt won 4–2 on aggregate to stay in the Regionalliga.

West/Südwest[edit]

SV Elversberg, who had finished twelfth in the Regionalliga West/Südwest, entered a mini-league with VfB Hüls (Oberliga Westfalen champions), Wuppertaler SV (Oberliga Nordrhein champions) and Borussia Neunkirchen (Oberliga Südwest champions) for a place in the Regionalliga. Elversberg won the league with a 100% record.

Position Club Games W D L Goals GD Points
1 SV Elversberg 3 3 0 0 8:3 +5 9
2 VfB Hüls 3 2 0 1 5:2 +3 6
3 Wuppertaler SV 3 1 0 2 7:4 +3 3
3 Borussia Neunkirchen 3 0 0 3 0:11 -11 0

Süd[edit]

No team from the Oberliga Hessen entered qualification, so the champions of the Oberliga Baden-Württemberg (SV Sandhausen) and Oberliga Bayern (Jahn Regensburg) played off in the first round. Regensburg won 5–6 on aggregate, and went on to play FSV Frankfurt, winning 6–3 on aggregate to earn promotion to the Regionalliga Süd.

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