Landesliga Bayern-Südost

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Landesliga Bayern-Südost
Map of Germany with the location of Bavaria highlighted
Country  Germany
State  Bavaria
Founded 2012
Number of teams 17
Level on pyramid Level 6
Promotion to Bayernliga
Relegation to Bezirksliga
Current champions FC Ismaning

The Landesliga Bayern-Südost (English: State league Bavaria-Southeast) is currently the sixth tier of the German football league system in south eastern Bavaria and the third tier of the Bavarian football league system.

It is one of five Landesligas in Bavaria, the other four being the Landesliga Südwest, Landesliga Mitte, Landesliga Nordost and Landesliga Nordwest. The league champion automatically qualifies for the Bayernliga, the runners-up needs to compete with the runners-up of the other four Landesligas and a number of Bayernliga teams for another promotion spot.

The league replaced the Landesliga Bayern-Süd and the Landesliga Bayern-Mitte at this level, both formed in 1963, with the former disbanded in 2012 while the later was reduced in area of coverage. The new Landesliga Südost covers eastern Upper Bavaria, formerly part of the Landesliga Süd and southern Lower Bavaria, formerly part of the Landesliga Mitte.[1][2]



The Landesligas from 2012 onwards.

The Bavarian football federation carried out drastic changes to the league system at the end of the 2011–12 season. With the already decided introduction of the Regionalliga Bayern from 2012–13, it also placed two Bayernligas below the new league as the new fifth tier of the German league system, splitting the previously single division league into a northern and a southern group. Below those, five Landesligas instead of the existing three were set, which were geographically divided to limit travel and increase the number of local derbies.[3]

Clubs from three different league tiers were able to qualify for the new league. From the Landesliga level, the clubs placed ninth to 15th had the opportunity to qualify for the Bayernliga through play-offs. Those clubs who failed to qualify for the Bayernliga were grouped in the Landesliga. The Landesliga clubs placed 16th, 17th and 18th automatically went to the Landesliga. The Bezirksoberliga (BOL) champions also had the chance to qualify for the Bayernliga. Those clubs who failed went to the Landesliga, alongside the BOL teams placed second to sixth. The teams placed seventh to tenth entered a play-off with the Bezirksliga champions for the remaining Landesliga spots.[1]

The league started out with 18 clubs in its inaugural season, the clubs coming from the following leagues:


The opening game of the new league took place on 18 July 2012 when FC Ergolding hosted ETSV Landshut 09 and won 3-2.[4] At the end of the 2012–13 season, league champions SV Pullach were directly promoted while runners-up VfR Garching earned promotion via the promotion round.[5] At the other end of the table, SpVgg Plattling, FC Dingolfing and FT Starnberg 09 were directly relegated,[6] while FC Vilshofen and ETSV 09 Landshut had to enter the promotion/relegation round with the Bezirksliga runners-up. ETSV 09 Landshut was relegated after losing to TSV Grünwald while FC Vilshofen lost to TuS Pfarrkirchen.[7] For the 2013–14 season five clubs were promoted to the league, TuS Pfarrkirchen, SV Hebertsfelden, VfB Hallbergmoos, SV Erlbach, and SV Türkgücü-Ataspor München. Apart from these five sides the league also received TSV Dachau and FC Gerolfing who moved to the Südost division from the Südwest after the 2012–13 season.[8]


The league is played in a home-and-away format with the league champion being directly promoted to the Bayernliga. The runners-up enters a promotion round with the other four Landesliga runners-up and the Bayernliga teams placed just above the direct relegation ranks, 15th and 16th in the south and 15th in the north, for additional spots in this league. The bottom three teams from the Landesliga are directly relegated to the Bezirksligas. The teams placed 14th and 15th have to play-off with the Bezirksliga runners-up for their place in the Landesliga.[9][10]

Top-three of the Landesliga[edit]

The following teams have finished in the top-three in the league:

Season Champions Runners-up Third
2012–13 SV Pullach VfR Garching 1. FC Passau
2013–14 TSV Dachau TuS Holzkirchen SV Erlbach
2014–15 SV Kirchanschöring SV Erlbach VfB Hallbergmoos
2015–16 FC Ismaning FC Deisenhofen VfB Hallbergmoos
  • Promoted teams in bold.

League statistics[edit]

The top goal scorers and spectator statistics for the league are:

Season Overall
Per game Best supported Club Spectators
Top goal scorer Goals Ref
2012–13 49,551 162 SV Kirchanschöring 415 Sebastian Leitmeier (SVK) 27 [11][12]
2013–14 61,117 200 SV Erlbach 438 Benjamin Held (SCE) 31 [13][14]
2014–15 56,116 234 SV Kirchanschöring 662 Benjamin Held (SCE)
Marco Finster (FCD)
19 [15][16]
2015–16 59,771 195 SB Chiemgau Trauenstein 550 Benjamin Held (VBH) 20 [17][18]
League record

League placings[edit]

The complete list of clubs and placings in the league since interception in 2012:[19]

Club 13 14 15 16 17 18
VfR Garching 2 B R B R
SV Pullach 1 B B B B
TSV 1865 Dachau 7 1 B B B
SV Kirchanschöring 6 5 1 B B
FC Ismaning B B 8 1 B
SV Erlbach 3 2 B x
FC Deisenhofen 11 13 5 2 x
VfB Hallbergmoos 8 3 3 x
SC Eintracht Freising 4 6 4 4 x
ASV Dachau 11 5 x
SB/DJK Rosenheim B B B 6 x
TuS Holzkirchen 12 2 7 7 x
SB Chiemgau Trauenstein 8 x
TuS Geretsried 9 x
SpVgg Landshut B B B 10 x
FC Töging 6 11 x
SV Türkgücü-Ataspor München 12 10 12 x
TSV Waldkirchen 9 4 10 12
TSV Eching 7 11 9 13 x
TSV Eintracht Karlsfeld x
ESV Freilassing x
TSV Kastl x
TSV Vilsbiburg x
SV Manching 17 14
FC Gerolfing 9 9 12 15
SC Kirchheim 5 14 13 16
SV Planegg-Krailling 13 17
TSV Velden 18
TuS Pfarrkirchen 10 14
SV Hebertsfelden 16 15
FC Ergolding 8 7 16
1. FC Passau 3 15
TSV Ampfing 13 17
FC Falke Markt Schwaben 10 18
FC Vilshofen 14
ETSV 09 Landshut 15
SpVgg Plattling 16
FC Dingolfing 17
FT Starnberg 09 18


Symbol Key
R Regionalliga Bayern
B Bayernliga
1 League champions
Place League
Place Played in the Südwest division that season.
Place Played in the Mitte division that season.
Blank Played at a league level below this league


  1. ^ a b Auf- und Abstiegsregelung der Bayernliga und der Landesligen für das Qualifikationsspieljahr 2011/2012 (German) Bavarian FA website - Regulations for promotion and relegation in 2012, accessed: 16 July 2011
  2. ^ Die neue Landesliga-Einteilung (German), Map of the new Landesligas with all 2012-13 clubs, accessed: 13 June 2012
  3. ^ Attraktive Gegner, regionale Einteilung, weniger Fahrtkosten (German) BFV website, published: 12 February 2011, accessed: 29 April 2011
  4. ^ Die neuen Landesliga-Spielpläne 2012/13 (German) published: 10 July 2012, accessed: 20 July 2012
  5. ^ FuPa zieht Bilanz: Das war die Relegation 2013 (German), published: 18 June 2013, accessed: 29 June 2013
  6. ^ Landesliga Bayern-Südost table 2012–13 (German), accessed: 28 June 2013
  7. ^ So läuft die Relegation 2013 auf Verbandsebene (German), accessed: 29 June 2013
  8. ^ Die Landesliga-Einteilung 2013/14 (German), published: 20 June 2013, accessed: 29 June 2013
  9. ^ Spielordnung (German) BFV website, accessed: 20 July 2012
  10. ^ Auf- und Abstiegsregelung der Regionalliga Bayern, der Bayernligen und der Landesligen - Spieljahr 2012/2013 (German), accessed: 20 July 2012
  11. ^ Goal scorers 2012–13 (German), accessed: 26 June 2014
  12. ^ Spectators 2012–13 (German), accessed: 26 June 2014
  13. ^ Goal scorers 2013–14 (German), accessed: 26 June 2014
  14. ^ Spectators 2013–14 (German), accessed: 26 June 2014
  15. ^ Goal scorers 2014–15 (German), accessed: 26 June 2015
  16. ^ Spectators 2014–15 (German), accessed: 26 June 2015
  17. ^ Goal scorers 2015–16 (German), accessed: 22 May 2016
  18. ^ Spectators 2015–16 (German), accessed: 22 May 2016
  19. ^ Landesliga Bayern-Südost table & results on

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