Bezirksoberliga Niederbayern

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Bezirksoberliga Niederbayern
Map of Bavaria with the location of Lower Bavaria highlighted
Country  Germany
State  Bavaria
Founded 1988
Folded 2012
Level on pyramid Level 7
Promotion to Landesliga Mitte
Relegation to
  • Bezirksliga West
  • Bezirksliga Ost
Last champions ETSV 09 Landshut
(2011–12)

The Bezirksoberliga Niederbayern was the seventh tier of the German football league system in the Bavarian Regierungsbezirk of Lower Bavaria (German: Niederbayern). 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.

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[edit]

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 Niederbayern-Ost and Niederbayern-West fed the Landesliga Bayern-Mitte as they afterwards fed the Bezirksoberliga Niederbayern.

The winner of the Bezirksoberliga Niederbayern, like the winner of the Bezirksoberliga Oberpfalz 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][3]

  • Champions : Promotion round to the Bayernliga, winners to the Bayernliga, losers to the Landesliga.
  • Teams placed 2nd to 6th: Directly qualified to the Landesliga.
  • Teams placed 7th to 12th: Three additional Landesliga places to be determined in a play-off round with the Bezirksliga champions, losers enter Bezirksliga.
  • Teams placed 13th to 16th: Directly relegated to Bezirksliga.

Winners and runners-up[edit]

The following teams have won or finished runners-up in the league:[4][5]

Season Champions Runners-up
1988–89 TV Freyung TSV Straubing
1989–90 1. FC Bad Kötzting SpVgg Deggendorf
1990–91 SV Landau/Isar SpVgg Deggendorf
1991–92 TSV Waldkirchen SpVgg Deggendorf
1992–93 SpVgg Deggendorf SV Landau/Isar
1993–94 SV Landau/Isar TuS Landshut-Berg +
1994–95 SV Schalding-Heining 1 SV Hutthurm
1995–96 TSV Straubing SV Riedlhütte
1996–97 SV Riedelhütte SV Schalding-Heining
1997–98 1. FC Miltach TuS Landshut–Berg
1998–99 SV Schalding-Heining TSV Ergoldsbach
1999–2000 TSV Rotthalmünster FC Dingolfing
2000–01 SpVgg Hankofen-Hailing FC Dingolfing
2001–02 SV Perlesreut SV Ettenkofen
2002–03 FC Dingolfing SpVgg Deggendorf
2003–04 ETSV 09 Landshut SpVgg Kirchdorf
2004–05 SpVgg GW Deggendorf SpVgg Kirchdorf
2005–06 1. FC Miltach TV Schierling
2006–07 SpVgg Hankofen-Hailing SpVgg GW Deggendorf
2007–08 SpVgg GW Deggendorf ASC Simbach
2008–09 TV Schierling SpVgg Ruhmannsfelden
2009–10 SpVgg Hankofen-Hailing FC Vilshofen
2010–11 FC Ergolding 1. FC Passau
2011–12 ETSV 09 Landshut TSV Waldkirchen
  • Promoted teams in bold.
  • + Teams finished on equal points, decider needed to determine final position.
  • 1 In 1995, the SV Hutthurm (2nd) and TSV Velden (3rd) were promoted instead of the champions SV Schalding–Heining, the later having declined promotion.

Multiple winners[edit]

The following clubs have won the league more than once:

Club Wins Years
SpVgg Hankofen-Hailing 3 2001, 2007, 2010
SpVgg GW Deggendorf 3 1993, 2005, 2008
ETSV 09 Landshut 2 2004, 2012
1. FC Miltach 2 1996, 2008
SV Schalding-Heining 2 1995, 1999
SV Landau/Isar 2 1991, 1994

League placings[edit]

The final placings in the league since its interception:[4]

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
SV Schalding-Heining 5 1 3 2 3 1 L L L L L L L L L L B B L
1. FC Bad Kötzting 2 5 1 L L L L L L L L L L L L L L B B B B B B L L
SpVgg G-W Deggendorf 1 4 2 L 1 L 2 1 L L L L
SpVgg Hankofen-Hailing 6 6 4 1 L L L L L 1 L 11 1 L L
FC Ergolding 9 13 12 16 14 6 13 7 8 1 L
ETSV Landshut 17 4 11 9 10 10 7 11 5 12 13 16 4 1 L 9 16 14 1
TSV Waldkirchen 20 9 5 7 1 L 9 4 4 8 9 14 11 14 3 3 3 3 8 7 5 2
TSV Bogen 2 6 3
TV Schierling 8 16 10 2 8 12 1 L 3 4
SpVgg Plattling 5 L B B B L B L 16 4 6 16 5
1. FC Passau 5 L L L L B B B B B B B B L L L B B B L 8 4 6 2 6
FC Dingolfing 8 12 16 8 3 2 2 L 1 L L L L L L L L 7
FC Vilshofen 10 L L L L L L L 9 7 6 12 12 16 6 2 4 8
ASC Simbach 9 14 7 8 11 12 2 L 9 11 9
SpVgg Lam 16 12 6 14 13 9 10 5 6 13 10 4 7 9 4 7 10
SpVgg Ruhmannsfelden 13 L L 11 16 9 8 7 5 16 7 5 2 10 10 11
TSV Regen 15 4 12 7 14 7 5 6 4 9 8 12 16 11 12 12
TV Freyung 10 1 L 5 11 9 11 8 14 5 9 13
ASV Steinach 2 13 14
SV Hutthurm 13 5 11 3 2 L L L L L L L L 3 5 7 5 4 5 3 8 15
1. FC Miltach 8 L L L L L L L L L 1 L L L 3 3 4 4 1 L 14 16
TSV Grafenau 3 6 15 14
TSV Mauth 16 5 6 7 11 11 10 4 5 15 6 5 10 6 3 12 15
FC Salzweg 1 16
ETSV Hainsbach 1 13
SC Zwiesel 15 15 12 12 7 5 12 15 6 11 5 12 14 10 10 14
SV Bernried 2 12 15
SpVgg Kirchdorf 4 2 2 L L L 13 16
FC Wallersdorf 6 15 13 10 13 9 15
FC Dingolfing II 3 4 11 11
SV Auerbach 2 13 15
SSV Eggenfelden 3 12 9 16
TSV Straubing 11 2 4 8 7 8 5 10 1 L L L L L 15 8 14
SV Perlesreut 5 10 1 L 10 7 13
SV Ihrlerstein 4 9 15 9 15
TSV Rotthalmünster 9 3 4 7 1 L 12 10 8 11 16
DJK Neßelbach 2 9 14
SV Prackenbach 3 9 11 15
RSV Walchsing 2 12 13
SV Aicha 6 11 7 6 11 7 14
FC Eging 7 6 13 11 8 8 13 15
SV Ettenkofen 4 9 5 2 14
FC Künzing 5 11 10 14 7 15
SV Ascha 2 12 13
TuS Landshut-Berg 4 2 L L L 2 L 3 3
TSV Ergoldsbach 2 2 L 14
SV Riedelhütte 3 5 2 1 L L L
FC Ruderting 12 3 3 12 6 4 10 6 10 4 5 8 15
SV Landau 5 11 7 1 L 2 1 L L L L L
TSV Velden 6 13 13 4 3 L 10 16
SpVgg Hackelberg 7 7 10 10 3 3 15 14
TSV Eichendorf 2 13 15
TSV-DJK Oberdiendorf 6 9 6 8 9 8 16
FC Sturm Hauzenberg 2 13 13
SpVgg Deggendorf 1 5 L 2 2 2 1 L 14
SpVgg Landshut II 1 15
ATSV Kelheim 2 15 16
TSV Natternberg 2 12 16
SV Winzer 4 6 3 4 15
SV Neukirchen-Steinberg 2 8 16
SC Rain 3 14 6 14
DJK/TSV Dietfurt 4 8 9 13 15
FC Auenkirchen 1 L L 14
FC Otterskirchen 2 8 17
SV Saal 2 6 13
SpVgg Osterhofen 2 10 15
SV Neukirchen Heilig Blut 1 16

Key[edit]

Color Key
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[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b 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. ^ Die Auf- und Abstiegsregeln für die Spielzeit 2011 / 2012 Archived October 2, 2011, at the Wayback Machine. (in German) Bavarian FA website - Regulations for promotion and relegation in 2012 in Lower Bavaria, accessed: 25 July 2011
  4. ^ a b Tables and results of the BOL Niederbayern (in German) Manfreds Fussball Archiv, accessed: 4 February 2011
  5. ^ Champions of the BOL Niederbayern 1988–2010[permanent dead link] DSFS, accessed: 5 May 2011
  6. ^ Geschichte Archived March 23, 2012, at the Wayback Machine. (in German) SpVgg Grün-Weiss Deggendorf website, accessed: 3 May 2011

Sources[edit]

  • 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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