1994–95 Regionalliga

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Regionalliga
Season 1994–95
Promoted VfB Lübeck
Carl Zeiss Jena
Arminia Bielefeld
SpVgg Unterhaching
Relegated Göttingen 05
FC Bremerhaven
TuS Hoisdorf
BSV Brandenburg
BFC Türkiyemspor
SCB Preußen Köln
SV Edenkoben
VfB Wissen
Kickers Offenbach
SV Lohhof
SV Wehen
Rot-Weiß Frankfurt
Amateur Championship VfL Osnabrück
FC Sachsen Leipzig
SC Verl
Stuttgarter Kickers
Matches played 1,224
Goals scored 3,635 (2.97 per match)
Top goalscorer Jonathan Akpoborie (Stuttgarter Kickers) - 37

The 1994–95 Regionalliga season was the first year of the Regionalliga as the third tier of German football. There were four regional sections, Nord, Nordost, West-Südwest and Süd, each with eighteen teams. Most teams qualified from the Oberliga, which dropped to become a fourth-tier league, while five teams were relegated from the previous year's 2. Bundesliga. In the Nord section, four teams were promoted from the formerly fourth-tier Verbandsliga.

The four regional champions were all promoted directly to the 2. Bundesliga. The four runners-up entered the Amateur Championship, which was not a promotion playoff. Twelve teams were relegated, although the amount per region varied depending on the teams relegated from the second tier.

This was the last season of two points for a win, before it was increased to three.

Regionalliga Nord[edit]

The Regionalliga Nord covered the states of Bremen, Hamburg, Lower Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein.

Teams[edit]

The division largely replaced the Oberliga Nord, with fourteen of the teams qualifying directly from that division. FC Bremerhaven, SC Concordia, Lüneburger SK and SV Wilhelmshaven all earned promotion from the Verbandsliga.

Final table[edit]

Pos
Team Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1. VfB Lübeck 34 20 8 6 76 39 +37 48 Promotion to 2. Bundesliga
2. VfL Osnabrück 34 19 8 7 68 36 +32 46 Qualification for German Amateur Championship
3. VfL Herzlake 34 15 12 7 54 41 +13 42
4. Kickers Emden 34 14 13 7 51 42 +9 41
5. VfB Oldenburg 34 14 12 8 49 39 +10 40
6. Eintracht Braunschweig 34 10 16 8 49 43 +6 36
7. Werder Bremen (A) 34 14 7 13 44 37 +7 35
8. Lüneburger SK 34 11 13 10 48 36 +2 35
9. SV Wilhelmshaven 34 14 6 14 63 53 +10 34
10. SV Lurup 34 11 11 12 56 49 +7 33
11. Holstein Kiel 34 12 9 13 44 45 -1 33
12. VfL 93 Hamburg 34 8 16 10 31 40 -9 32
13. TuS Celle 34 12 8 14 63 53 +10 32
14. Hamburger SV (A) 34 12 8 14 47 62 -15 32
15. SC Concordia 34 10 9 15 47 47 0 29
16. Göttingen 05 34 9 10 15 34 47 -13 28 Relegation to Oberliga
17. FC Bremerhaven 34 9 7 18 39 67 -28 25
18. TuS Hoisdorf 34 4 3 27 26 83 -57 11

Top scorers[edit]

# Player Club Goals
1. Germany Christian Claaßen SV Wilhelmshaven 26
2. Germany Arie van Lent Werder Bremen (A) 20
3. Germany Frank Grobitzsch SV Lurup 15
Germany Frank Hartmann VfL Osnabrück
Germany Daniel Jurgeleit VfB Lübeck
6. Croatia Boris Ekmeščić VfB Oldenburg 14
Germany Hendryk Lau VfL Herzlake
8. Germany Michael Koch VfB Lübeck 13
Croatia Kreso Kovacec SC Concordia
Germany Markus Stanko Göttingen 05

Regionalliga Nordost[edit]

The Regionalliga Nordost covered the states of Berlin, Brandenburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt and Thuringia. This amounts to the former East Germany, as well as West Berlin.

Teams[edit]

Tennis Borussia Berlin and Carl Zeiss Jena were relegated from the 2. Bundesliga, while the remaining 16 teams came from the NOFV-Oberliga.

Final table[edit]

Pos
Team Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1. Carl Zeiss Jena 34 23 8 3 74 17 +57 54 Promotion to 2. Bundesliga
2. FC Sachsen Leipzig 34 20 11 2 63 24 +39 51 Qualification for German Amateur Championship
3. 1. FC Union Berlin 34 18 11 5 75 36 +39 47
4. Tennis Borussia Berlin 34 19 9 6 69 33 +36 47
5. Rot-Weiß Erfurt 34 18 8 8 66 34 +32 44
6. Reinickendorfer Füchse 34 15 10 9 53 41 +12 40
7. Energie Cottbus 34 12 14 8 54 40 +14 38
8. EFC Stahl 34 11 15 8 52 48 +4 37
9. Erzgebirge Aue 34 11 10 13 53 47 +6 32
10. Hertha Zehlendorf 34 9 12 13 42 55 -13 30
11. FC Berlin 34 9 10 15 53 64 -11 28
12. Bischofswerdaer FV 34 8 12 14 36 48 -12 28
13. Spandauer SV 34 10 7 17 49 77 -28 27
14. FSV Optik Rathenow 34 7 12 15 36 55 -19 26
15. FSV Lok Altmark Stendal 34 8 10 16 33 56 -23 26
16. Hertha BSC (A) 34 9 6 19 42 70 -29 24
17. BSV Brandenburg 34 8 1 25 34 82 -48 17 Relegation to Oberliga
18. BFC Türkiyemspor 34 5 6 23 26 83 -57 16

Top scorers[edit]

# Player Club Goals
1. Germany Thomas Adler Tennis Borussia Berlin 20
Republic of Macedonia Goran Markov 1. FC Union Berlin
3. Germany Bernd Jopek Spandauer SV 19
Germany Mark Zimmermann Carl Zeiss Jena
5. Germany Carsten Klee FC Sachsen Leipzig 18
6. Germany Danilo Kunze Erzgebirge Aue 17
7. Germany Detlef Irrgang Energie Cottbus 16
8. Germany Peter Kaehlitz Hertha Zehlendorf 15
Germany Hans-Jörg Leitzke FC Sachsen Leipzig
10. Bosnia and Herzegovina Sergej Barbarez 1. FC Union Berlin 14
Germany Matthias Zimmerling Energie Cottbus
12. Germany Uwe Schulz FSV Optik Rathenow 13
Germany Michael Steffen FC Berlin
14. Germany Rainer Wiedemann FSV Lok Altmark Stendal 12

Regionalliga West/Südwest[edit]

The Regionalliga West/Südwest covered the states of North Rhine-Westphalia, Rhineland Palatinate and Saarland.

Teams[edit]

Final table[edit]

Pos
Team Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1. Arminia Bielefeld 34 20 10 4 65 28 +37 50 Promotion to 2. Bundesliga
2. SC Verl 34 15 14 5 64 35 +29 44 Qualification for German Amateur Championship
3. FSV Salmrohr 34 19 6 9 57 33 +24 44
4. Rot-Weiß Essen 34 17 9 8 62 40 +22 43
5. Wuppertaler SV 34 16 8 10 63 43 +20 40
6. Alemannia Aachen 34 16 8 10 66 50 +16 40
7. Eintracht Trier 34 13 12 9 50 48 +2 38
8. Borussia Neunkirchen 34 13 10 11 37 44 -7 36
9. TuS Paderborn-Neuhaus 34 12 11 11 61 53 +12 35
10. Preußen Münster 34 11 13 10 47 44 +3 35
11. SpVgg Erkenschwick 34 11 12 11 46 47 -1 34
12. Bonner SC 34 11 12 11 51 55 -4 34
13. 1. FC Bocholt 34 10 9 15 43 52 -9 29
14. SG Wattenscheid 09 (A) 34 7 14 13 41 58 -17 28
15. SC Hauenstein 34 6 15 13 41 54 -13 27
16. SCB Preußen Köln 34 7 8 19 45 78 -33 22 Relegation to Oberliga
17. SV Edenkoben 34 4 10 20 32 67 -35 18
18. VfB Wissen 34 4 7 23 31 73 -42 15

Top scorers[edit]

# Player Club Goals
1. Germany Jörg Beyel SCB Preußen Köln 21
2. Germany Angelo Vier SC Verl 20
3. Poland Marek Czakon Eintracht Trier 17
4. Germany Wolfram Klein Rot-Weiß Essen 16
Germany Stephan Lämmermann Alemannia Aachen
6. Germany Ralf Sturm Wuppertaler SV 15
7. Netherlands Eric Groeleken TuS Paderborn-Neuhaus 14
8. Germany Achim Weber Wuppertaler SV 13
Germany Markus Wuckel Arminia Bielefeld
10. Germany Jürgen Serr Preußen Münster 12
Germany Guido Silberbach SG Wattenscheid 09 (A)
Germany Frank Süs Borussia Neunkirchen

Regionalliga Süd[edit]

The Regionalliga Süd covered the states of Baden-Württemberg, Bavaria and Hessen.

Teams[edit]

Final table[edit]

Pos
Team Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1. SpVgg Unterhaching 34 24 6 4 81 32 +49 54 Promotion to 2. Bundesliga
2. Stuttgarter Kickers 34 23 5 6 96 33 +63 51 Qualification for German Amateur Championship
3. SpVgg Fürth 34 19 9 6 67 47 +30 48
4. SSV Ulm 1846 34 20 5 9 69 45 +24 45
5. TSV Vestenbergsgreuth 34 19 6 9 56 31 +25 44
6. TSF Ditzingen 34 16 8 10 63 54 +9 40
7. Bayern Munich (A) 34 12 12 10 42 44 -2 36
8. VfR Mannheim 34 12 10 12 55 55 0 34
9. FC Augsburg 34 14 6 14 48 52 -4 34
10. SpVgg Ludwigsburg 34 13 7 14 47 51 -4 33
11. SV Darmstadt 98 34 11 9 14 49 53 -4 31
12. SG Egelsbach 34 12 6 16 41 44 -3 30
13. Hessen Kassel 34 9 11 14 50 64 -14 27
14. SSV Reutlingen 34 9 8 17 43 66 -23 26
15. Kickers Offenbach 34 9 7 18 41 54 -13 25 Relegation to Oberliga
16. SV Lohhof 34 7 9 18 41 54 -13 23
17. SV Wehen 34 6 6 22 37 78 -41 18
18. Rot-Weiß Frankfurt 34 4 4 26 39 102 -62 12

Top scorers[edit]

# Player Club Goals
1. Nigeria Jonathan Akpoborie Stuttgarter Kickers 37
2. Germany Sean Dundee TSF Ditzingen 24
3. Germany Markus Sailer Stuttgarter Kickers 21
4. Spain Alfonso Garcia SpVgg Unterhaching 20
5. Germany Markus Beierle SSV Ulm 1846 19
6. Germany Bernd Müller SpVgg Fürth 17
Germany Frank Türr SpVgg Fürth
8. Germany Gerd Klaus TSV Vestenbergsgreuth 16
9. Bosnia and Herzegovina Haris Karamehmedović VfR Mannheim 15
10. Germany Gianni Covelli SpVgg Ludwigsburg 12
Germany Carsten Lakies SV Darmstadt 98
Burkina Faso Kassoum Ouédraogo KSV Hessen Kassel

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