1998–99 Regionalliga

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Regionalliga
Season 1998–99
Promoted Chemnitzer FC (NO)
Alemannia Aachen (SW)
Waldhof Mannheim (S)
Kickers Offenbach (S)
Relegated Kickers Emden
VfL Herzlake
Sportfreunde Ricklingen
Spandauer SV
SD Croatia Berlin
Wuppertaler SV
FC Homburg
SpVgg Erkenschwick
FC Remscheid
SC Weismain
SC Neukirchen
Top goalscorer Daniel Bärwolf, Daniel Thioune (26 goals)

The 1998–99 Regionalliga was the fifth season played in the Regionalliga as the third tier of German football.

As in the previous season, the competition was organized in four divisions: Nord, Nordost, West/Südwest and Süd. Each division had 18 teams with the exception of the West/Südwest division with only 17.

Nord[edit]

VfL Osnabrück remained in the Regionalliga, because they lost in the play-offs against Chemnitzer FC. As the loser of the North-Northeast play-offs, Osnabrück competed in another play-off against Eintracht Trier and Kickers Offenbach, but could not qualify for promotion to the 2. Bundesliga.

Kickers Emden, VfL Hasetal Herzlake and Sportfreunde Ricklingen were relegated to the Oberliga.

Final table
Position Club Games W D L Goals GD Points
1 VfL Osnabrück 34 23 6 5 67:26 +41 75
2 VfB Lübeck 34 23 4 7 73:33 +40 73
3 Eintracht Braunschweig 34 18 10 6 71:42 +29 64
4 SV Werder Bremen Amateure 34 17 5 12 81:54 +27 56
5 Eintracht Nordhorn 34 15 7 12 55:54 +1 52
6 TuS Celle FC 34 14 9 11 59:54 +5 51
7 SV Wilhelmshaven 34 13 10 11 53:50 +3 49
8 Lüneburger SK (N) 34 12 10 12 51:49 +2 46
9 VfB Oldenburg 34 12 10 12 59:58 +1 46
10 BV Cloppenburg (N) 34 14 3 17 53:53 ±0 45
11 SV Meppen (R) 34 13 6 15 42:46 -4 45
12 1. SC Norderstedt 34 12 9 13 41:51 -10 45
13 Arminia Hannover 34 12 7 15 37:42 -5 43
14 Holstein Kiel (N) 34 11 8 15 44:60 -16 41
15 Hamburger SV Amateure 34 11 5 18 38:60 -22 38
16 Kickers Emden 34 7 13 14 49:65 -16 34
17 VfL Herzlake 34 6 7 21 44:83 -39 25
18 Sportfreunde Ricklingen 34 7 3 24 33:70 -37 24

Key

Qualified for the play-offs against the winners of the Nordost division for promotion to 2. Bundesliga.
Relegated to the Oberliga
(R) Team relegated from 2. Bundesliga last season
(N) Team promoted from Oberliga last season

Top scorers[edit]

# Player Club Goals
1. Germany Daniel Bärwolf VfB Lübeck 26
2. Germany Daniel Thioune VfL Osnabrück 26
3. Germany Marinus Bester Lüneburger SK 17
4. Germany Christian Claaßen VfL Osnabrück 16
Germany Carsten Minich Eintracht Nordhorn
4. Turkey Garip Capin TuS Celle 15
Germany Markus Erdmann Arminia Hannover
6. Nigeria Collins Etebu VfB Oldenburg 14
Netherlands Dennis van Dijk Werder Bremen (A)
10. Turkey Hakan Cengiz Kickers Emden 12
Germany Mike Göbel Holstein Kiel
Netherlands Geert Goolkate Eintracht Nordhorn
Germany Klaus Osterkamp BV Cloppenburg

Nordost[edit]

Chemnitzer FC won promotion to the 2. Bundesliga by defeating VfL Osnabrück in the play-offs, Spandauer SV and SD Croatia Berlin are relegated to the Oberliga. Eisenhüttenstädter FC Stahl remains in the league due to the forcible relegation of Spandauer SV.

Final table
Position Club Games W D L Goals GD Points
1 Chemnitzer FC 34 23 8 3 59:12 +47 77
2 VfB Leipzig (R) 34 21 7 6 59:28 +31 70
3 1. FC Magdeburg 34 18 10 6 55:35 +20 64
4 FSV Zwickau (R) 34 19 7 8 54:35 +19 64
5 VFC Plauen 34 16 11 7 56:42 +14 59
6 1. FC Union Berlin 34 17 6 11 57:27 +30 57
7 FC Erzgebirge Aue 34 15 8 11 49:39 +10 53
8 FC Berlin 34 15 8 11 48:38 +10 53
9 FC Carl Zeiss Jena (R) 34 13 9 12 36:38 -2 48
10 Rot-Weiß Erfurt 34 12 9 13 41:46 -5 45
11 Dynamo Dresden 34 10 8 16 43:44 -1 38
12 FSV Lok Altmark Stendal 34 11 5 18 35:58 -23 38
13 Dresdner SC (N) 34 9 9 16 31:51 -20 36
14 FC Sachsen Leipzig 34 8 11 15 41:62 -21 35
15 SV Babelsberg 03 34 7 13 14 36:50 -14 34
16 Spandauer SV 34 6 9 19 31:54 -23 27
17 Eisenhüttenstädter FC Stahl 34 4 11 19 31:62 -31 23
18 SD Croatia Berlin (N) 34 6 3 25 20:61 -41 21

Key

Qualified for play-offs against winner of the Nord division for promotion to 2. Bundesliga
Relegated to the Oberliga
(R) Team relegated from 2. Bundesliga last season
(N) Team promoted from Oberliga last season

Top scorers[edit]

# Player Club Goals
1. Germany Rainer Wiedemann FSV Lok Altmark Stendal 19
2. Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Veselin Popović FSV Zwickau 16
3. Germany Steffen Menze 1. FC Union Berlin 14
4. Bosnia and Herzegovina Almir Filipović FC Sachsen Leipzig 13
5. Germany Marco Dittgen VfB Leipzig 12
Germany Nico Patschinski Dynamo Dresden
7. Germany Heiko Brestrich FC Berlin 11
Germany Hendryk Lau SV Babelsberg 03
Germany Rocco Milde FSV Zwickau
Germany Arnd Spranger VFC Plauen
Germany Mirko Ullmann Chemnitzer FC

West/Südwest[edit]

Alemannia Aachen was promoted to the 2. Bundesliga while Eintracht Trier took part in the play-offs against VfL Osnabrück and Kickers Offenbach, but was not promoted. FSV Salmrohr, SpVgg Erkenschwick and FC Remscheid were relegated to the Oberliga while Wuppertaler SV and FC 08 Homburg were forcibly relegated.

Final table
Position Club Games W D L Goals GD Points
1 Alemannia Aachen 32 20 4 8 56:38 +18 64
2 Eintracht Trier 32 18 6 8 62:37 +25 60
3 Sportfreunde Siegen 32 15 9 8 48:24 +24 54
4 Preußen Münster 32 14 11 7 60:36 +24 53
5 1. FC Saarbrücken 32 15 8 9 53:38 +15 53
6 LR Ahlen 32 15 8 9 55:41 +14 53
7 SC Paderborn 07 32 15 8 9 51:39 +12 53
8 Wuppertaler SV 32 16 5 11 62:54 +8 53
9 Bayer 04 Leverkusen Amateure (N) 32 13 10 9 58:47 +11 49
10 SC Verl 32 13 8 11 55:56 -1 47
11 1. FC Kaiserslautern Amateure 32 11 12 9 62:48 +14 45
12 SV Elversberg (N) 32 9 12 11 35:40 -5 39
13 FC 08 Homburg 32 8 12 12 29:49 -20 36
14 Borussia Dortmund Amateure (N) 32 8 9 15 46:57 -11 33
15 FSV Salmrohr 32 8 5 19 38:59 -21 29
16 SpVgg Erkenschwick 32 2 9 21 30:77 -47 15
17 FC Remscheid 32 2 4 26 23:83 -60 10

Key

Promoted to the 2. Bundesliga
Relegated to the Oberliga
(N) Team promoted from the Oberliga last season

Top scorers[edit]

# Player Club Goals
1. Germany Daniel Graf 1. FC Kaiserslautern (A) 19
2. Croatia Vlado Papić Eintracht Trier 17
Germany Christian Timm Borussia Dortmund (A)
4. Bosnia and Herzegovina Zorislav Jonjić Sportfreunde Siegen 16
Germany Gerrit Meinke Wuppertaler SV
6. Turkey Ersin Demir Bayer Leverkusen (A) 15
7. Germany Holger Karp LR Ahlen 14
8. Germany Carsten Gockel Preußen Münster 13
Germany Frank Wagner FSV Salmrohr
10. Italy Antonio Di Salvo SC Paderborn 07 12

Süd[edit]

SV Waldhof Mannheim was promoted to the 2. Bundesliga while Kickers Offenbach took part in the play-offs against VfL Osnabrück and Eintracht Trier and was promoted to the 2. Bundesliga. SC Weismain and SC Neukirchen 1899 were relegated to the Oberliga.

Final table
Position Club Games W D L Goals GD Points
1 SV Waldhof Mannheim 34 21 8 5 57:25 +32 71
2 Kickers Offenbach 34 19 11 4 71:38 +33 68
3 SSV Reutlingen 05 34 14 14 6 54:30 +24 56
4 VfB Stuttgart Amateure (N) 34 15 8 11 54:48 +6 53
5 1. FC Schweinfurt 05 (N) 34 13 12 9 52:44 +8 51
6 SV Wehen 34 15 6 13 48:57 -9 51
7 Wacker Burghausen 34 13 11 10 50:42 +8 50
8 FC Bayern Munich Amateure 34 13 10 11 53:41 +12 49
9 TSV 1860 München Amateure 34 12 9 13 49:51 -2 45
10 VfR Mannheim 34 9 13 12 33:45 -12 40
11 Karlsruher SC Amateure 34 10 9 15 51:52 -1 39
12 TSF Ditzingen 34 10 9 15 43:57 -14 39
13 Borussia Fulda 34 11 6 17 45:69 -24 39
14 FC Augsburg 34 10 8 16 42:57 -15 38
15 FSV Frankfurt (N) 34 11 5 18 45:62 -17 38
16 SC Pfullendorf (N) 34 10 7 17 38:37 +1 37
17 SC Weismain 34 8 12 14 42:53 -11 36
18 SC Neukirchen 34 9 8 17 43:62 -19 35

Key

Promoted to the 2. Bundesliga
Relegated to the Oberliga
(N) Team promoted from the Oberliga last season

Top scorers[edit]

# Player Club Goals
1. Croatia Marijo Marić SSV Reutlingen 23
2. Germany Oliver Roth Kickers Offenbach 16
Germany Thorsten Seufert 1. FC Schweinfurt 05
4. Germany Marco Fladung Borussia Fulda 13
Germany Fred Klaus SC Weismain
Germany Heiko Liebers SC Neukirchen
7. Croatia Marko Barlecaj 1860 Munich (A) /
SC Pfullendorf
12
Germany Jörg Kirsten SV Waldhof Mannheim
Germany Sascha Maier VfR Mannheim
Germany Andreas Rüppel FSV Frankfurt
Germany Richard Walz SV Wehen

Promotion playoffs[edit]

A preliminary decider was contested between the champions of the North and North-East regions. Chemnitzer FC won on aggregate and so were promoted to the 2. Bundesliga.[1]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Chemnitzer FC (NE) 3–0 VfL Osnabrück (N) 2–0 1–0

The loser of the above tie faced the second placed teams from the South and West/South-West regions for a final promotion place. Kickers Offenbach earned promotion to the 2. Bundesliga.[2]

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Kickers Offenbach (S) 2–0 Eintracht Trier (SW)
Team 1  Score  Team 2
Eintracht Trier (SW) 2–3 VfL Osnabrück (NE)
Team 1  Score  Team 2
VfL Osnabrück (NE) 1–2 Kickers Offenbach (S)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Aufstiegsrunde 2. Bundesliga 1998/1999 » Aufstiegsrunde (German) Weltfussball.de, accessed: 22 November 2015
  2. ^ Aufstiegsrunde 2. Bundesliga 1998/1999 » Aufstiegsrunde (German) Weltfussball.de, accessed: 22 November 2015

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