Kreisliga Schwaben-Süd

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Kreisliga Schwaben-Süd
Map of Bavaria with the location of Swabia highlighted
Country  Germany
State  Bavaria
Number of teams 16
Level on pyramid Level 8
Promotion to Bezirksliga Süd
Relegation to
  • Kreisklasse Allgäu III
  • Kreisklasse Allgäu IV
Current champions TV Bad Grönenbach

The Kreisliga Schwaben-Süd is currently the eighth tier of the German football league system in the southern region of the Bavarian Regierungsbezirk of Swabia (German: Schwaben). Until the disbanding of the Bezirksoberliga Schwaben in 2012 it was the ninth tier. From 2008, when the 3. Liga was introduced, was the eighth tier of the league system, until the introduction of the Regionalligas in 1994 the seventh tier.


The winner of the Kreisliga Schwaben-Süd, like the winner of the Kreisliga Schwaben-Mitte and the Kreisliga Schwaben-Augsburg, is directly promoted to the Bezirksliga Schwaben-Süd. The second placed teams out of those leagues and the 13th placed team out of the Bezirksliga play-off for the last spot there.

The teams relegated from the Kreisliga have to step down to the Kreisklasse. The Kreisliga Schwaben-Süd is fed by the Kreisklasses Schwaben-Allgäu III and Schwaben-Allgäu IV.

Until 1998, the Kreisliga Süd was called A-Klasse Süd. Until 2009, reserve teams of clubs in the league had to enter a parallel reserves division without promotion or relegation but have since been allowed to join the regular league system.[1]

League champions[edit]

The league champions since 1993 were:[2][3]

Season Club
1992–93 TSV Dietmannsried
1993–94 FC Füssen
1994–95 1. FC Sonthofen
1995–96 TSV Sulzberg
1996–97 TSV Fischen
1997–98 TSV Betzigau
1998–99 TSV Friesenried
1999–2000 FC Füssen
2000–01 VfB Durach
2001–02 TSV Marktoberdorf
2002–03 VfB Durach
2003–04 SSV Wildpoldsried
Season Club
2004–05 TSV Lengenwang
2005–06 BSK Olympia Neugablonz
2006–07 SV Pforzen
2007–08 1. FC Sonthofen II
2008–09 TSV Lengenwang
2009–10 FC Füssen
2010–11 SSV Wildpoldsried
2011–12 FC Wiggensbach
2012–13 FC Kempten
2013–14 SSV Wildpoldsried
2014–15 FC Kempten
2015–16 TV Bad Grönenbach

Current clubs[edit]

The clubs in the league in the 2015–16 season and their 2015–16 final positions:[4]

Club Position
TSV Bad Grönenbach 1st (promoted)
1. FC Sonthofen II 2nd
FC Füssen 3rd
FC Türkspor Kempten 4th
TSV Obergünzburg 5th
SC Ronsberg 6th
TSV Pfronten 7th
FC 07 Immenstadt 8th
TSV Kottern II 9th
FC Thalhofen 10th
VfB Durach II 11th
TSV Fischen 12th (relegated)
TSV Seeg 13th (relegated)
TSV Altusried 14th (relegated)
SSV Wildpoldsried 15th (relegated)


  1. ^ Spiele und Ergebnisse Archiv 2008/2009 (in German) Bavarian Football Association website – Results archive 2008–09, accessed: 4 August 2010 Archived March 11, 2012, at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ Kreisliga Allgäu Süd (in German), accessed: 28 June 2016
  3. ^ "Kreisliga Allgäu Süd - Spieltag / Tabelle" [Kreisliga Allgäu Süd - Results & Table]. (in German). kicker (sports magazine). Retrieved 5 May 2016. 
  4. ^ Kreisliga Süd (in German) Bavarian Football Association website – League tables and results of the Kreisliga Schwaben-Süd, accessed: 7 July 2015


  • Das Fussball Jahresjournal (in German) Annual end-of-season magazine of the Swabian FA

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