Landesliga Bayern-Süd

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Landesliga Bayern-Süd
Map of Germany with the location of Bavaria highlighted
Country  Germany
State  Bavaria
Founded 1963
Folded 2012
Level on pyramid Level 6
Promotion to Bayernliga
Relegation to
Last champions Wacker Burghausen II
(2011–12)

The Landesliga Bayern-Süd (English: State League Bavaria-South) was the sixth tier of the German football league system in southern Bavaria. Until the introduction of the 3. Liga (Third League) in 2008, it was the fifth tier of the league system, until the introduction of the Regionalligas in 1994 the fourth tier.

The winner of the Landesliga Süd was automatically qualified for the Bayernliga, while the runners-up needed to compete with the runners-up of Landesliga Bayern-Mitte and Landesliga Bayern-Nord and the 15th-placed team of the Bayernliga for another promotion spot.

The league was disbanded in 2012, when the Regionalliga Bayern was introduced as the new fourth tier of the German league system in Bavaria. Below this league, the Bayernliga was expanded to two divisions while the number of state leagues grew from three to five divisions. However, none of the new leagues carried the name Landesliga Bayern-Süd, with the Landesliga Bayern-Südwest coming closest in territorial coverage.[1]

Overview[edit]

The Landesligas from 1963 to 2012.

The Landesligen in Bavaria were formed in 1963, in place of the 2nd Amateurligas, which operated below the Bayernliga until then. In the region of the Landesliga Süd, the 2nd Amateurligas were split into three groups, Schwaben, Oberbayern A and Oberbayern B. The league was formed from sixteen clubs, six of them from the Amateurliga Südbayern (III) and ten from the 2nd Amateurligas.[2]

In the first eighteen season, up until 1980, only the league champions were promoted to the Bayernliga. This was altered in 1981, when the three Landesliga runners-up were given the opportunity to earn promotion, too, via a promotion round.[3] The Bavarian football association actually stipulates in its rules and regulations that every league champion has to be promoted, unless it declines to do so, and every runners-up has to have the opportunity to earn promotion, too.

Below the league, the Bezirksligas were set as the fifth tier of league football, until 1988, when the Bezirksoberligas were formed. In the early years, three teams were promoted from the Bezirksligas, two from Oberbayern and one from Schwaben; from 1966, it was four clubs, two from each region. The Landesliga Süd is now fed by the two Bezirksoberligen of Schwaben and Oberbayern.

In the early years, the league operated with a strength of sixteen clubs, occasionally dropping to fifteen. From 1968, it was enlarged to eighteen.[4] In 1981, TSV Schwaben Augsburg became the first club to be promoted from the Landesligas as a runners-up.[3] Alongside, the number of clubs promoted to the league was increased to five. The league strength now became more fluctuating due to the unpredictability of promotion-relegation play-offs, and it moved between sixteen and nineteen clubs.

With the introduction of the Bezirksoberligas below it in 1988, the winner of those were automatically promoted, while the runners-up played-off for another promotion spot. The loser of this game then faced the 15th placed team of Landesliga to determine the winner of the last available spot in the Landesliga.

Clubs from the border region to Baden-Württemberg traditionally chose to play in the Baden-Württemberg Football League System rather than in the Bavarian Football League System. These so-called "Iller Vereine", after the river Iller who forms the boundary between the two states in this area, left the Schwaben FA in 1946. Notable clubs are the SpVgg Lindau, FV Illertissen and SpVgg Au/Iller. The later played in the Oberliga Baden-Württemberg on a number of occasions.

In the 1993-94 and 2007-08 season, two direct promotion spots to the Bayernliga were available, while the third placed team qualified for the promotion round. The MTV Ingolstadt and TSV Rain am Lech qualified through this process as the third team. The reason for this was changes in the German league system, the introduction of the Regionalliga in 1994 and the 3rd Liga in 2008.

Disbanding[edit]

The Bavarian football federation carried out drastic changes to the league system at the end of the 2011-12 season. With the alreday 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. Below those, five Landesligas instead of the existing three were set, which would be geographically divided to limit travel and increase the number of local derbies.[5]

The clubs from the Landesliga Bayern-Süd joined the following leagues:[1]

  • Champions and runners-up: Promotion round to the Regionalliga, winners to the Regionalliga, losers to the Bayernliga.
  • Teams placed 3rd to 8th: Directly qualified to the Bayernliga.
  • Teams placed 9th to 15th: Promotion round to the Bayernliga, winners to the Bayernliga, losers to the Landesliga.
  • Teams placed 16th or worse: Directly qualified to the Landesliga.

Founding members[edit]

When the league was formed in 1963 as the new fourth tier of the Bavarian league system in Upper Bavaria and Swabia, in place of the 2nd Amateurligas, it consisted of the following sixteen clubs from the following leagues:[2]

The clubs in the Amateurliga Südbayern placed seventh or better were admitted to the new Amateurliga Bayern, all others went to the new Landesligas. Schwaben had originally only four qualifying spots for its 2nd Amateurliga while Oberbayern had six, this was altered to a five each ratio. The top teams in each league were qualified. The two third placed teams in the two Oberbayern leagues had to play a decider, which Sportfreunde Pasing won 3-0 over FC Traunstein.

Top-three of the Landesliga[edit]

The following teams have finished in the top-three in the league:[6][7]

Season Champions Runners–up Third
1963–64 TSG Augsburg SpVgg Kaufbeuren Meringer SV
1964–65 SpVgg Kaufbeuren TSV 1860 Munich II TSV 1860 Rosenheim
1965–66 MTV Ingolstadt TSV 1860 Rosenheim FC Bayern Munich II
1966–67 FC Bayern Munich II TSV 1860 Munich II TSG Pasing
1967–68 SpVgg Kaufbeuren MTV Ingolstadt TSG Pasing
1968–69 MTV Ingolstadt TSG Pasing FC Memmingen
1969–70 FC Memmingen TSG Augsburg ASV Dachau
1970–71 SC Fürstenfeldbruck BSC Sendling Wacker Burghausen
1971–72 BSC Sendling TSG Pasing Wacker Burghausen
1972–73 FC Bayern Munich II Wacker Burghausen VfR Neuburg
1973–74 SpVgg Kaufbeuren TSV 1860 Munich II VfR Neuburg
1974–75 VfR Neuburg TSG Augsburg TSV Ottobrunn
1975–76 TSV 1860 Rosenheim TSV Ottobrunn TSV 1861 Nördlingen
1976–77 MTV Ingolstadt FC Augsburg II SpVgg Starnberg
1977–78 SB/DJK Rosenheim SC Fürstenfeldbruck TSV 1861 Nördlingen
1978–79 TSV Ampfing SC Fürstenfeldbruck BSK Olympia Neugablonz
1979–80 SC Fürstenfeldbruck SB/DJK Rosenheim TSV Schwaben Augsburg
1980–81 SpVgg Unterhaching TSV Schwaben Augsburg FC Wacker München
1981–82 FC Wacker München TSV 1860 Munich II SpVgg Kaufbeuren
1982–83 TSV Eching TSV Aindling SC Fürstenfeldbruck
1983–84 ESV Ingolstadt Wacker Burghausen TSV Aindling
1984–85 SC Fürstenfeldbruck TSV Eching TSV 1860 Rosenheim
1985–86 TSV Großhadern FC Wacker München TSG Augsburg
1986–87 FC Wacker München MTV Ingolstadt Türk Gücü München
1987–88 Türk Gücü München TSV Schwaben Augsburg SpVgg Starnberg
1988–89 SpVgg Starnberg FC Memmingen SV Lohhof
1989–90 TSV Eching SV Lohhof TSV Großhadern
1990–91 TSV Schwaben Augsburg FC Gundelfingen TSV Ampfing
1991–92 SpVgg Starnberg FC Gundelfingen TSV Königsbrunn
1992–93 Wacker Burghausen FC Gundelfingen Türk Gücü München
1993–94 SV Türk Gücü München FC Enikon Augsburg MTV Ingolstadt
1994–95 TSV 1860 Rosenheim TSV Eching TSV Schwaben Augsburg
1995–96 TSV 1860 Munich II TSV Aindling MTV Ingolstadt
1996–97 TSV 1860 Rosenheim TSV Landsberg MTV Ingolstadt
1997–98 TSV Schwaben Augsburg Türk Gücü München MTV Ingolstadt
1998–99 FC Kempten TSV Bobingen FC Ismaning
1999–2000 FC Ismaning MTV Ingolstadt SpVgg Unterhaching II
2000–01 SC Falke Markt Schwaben SpVgg Unterhaching II Eintracht Freising
2001–02 SC Fürstenfeldbruck TSV Schwaben Augsburg FC Gundelfingen
2002–03 FC Memmingen SV Gendorf MTV Ingolstadt
2003–04 MTV Ingolstadt BCF Wolfratshausen Wacker Burghausen II
2004–05 Wacker Burghausen II FC Kempten TSV Rain am Lech
2005–06 SV Heimstetten TSG Thannhausen TSV 1860 Rosenheim
2006–07 FC Kempten TSG Thannhausen TSV Rain am Lech
2007–08 TSV Buchbach FC Ingolstadt 04 II TSV Rain am Lech
2008–09 TSV 1860 Rosenheim FC Affing SV Pullach
2009–10 SV Heimstetten VfB Eichstätt FC Augsburg II
2010–11 SB/DJK Rosenheim TSV Gersthofen TSV Kottern
2011–12 Wacker Burghausen II FC Augsburg II TSV Schwabmünchen
  • Promoted teams in bold.
  • The Bavarian football association requires deciders to be played when two teams are on equal points[8] at the end of the season to determine promotion/relegation. Championship deciders were necessary in the following years:
  • For first place:
    • 1979: TSV Ampfing defeated SC Fürstenfeldbruck.
    • 1983: TSV Eching defeated TSV Aindling.
    • 1995: TSV 1860 Rosenheim defeated TSV Eching 2–1.
    • 2004: MTV Ingolstadt defeated BCF Wolfratshausen 5–2.
    • 2010: SV Heimstetten defeated VfB Eichstätt 2–1.
  • For second place:
    • none

Multiple winners[edit]

The following clubs have won the league more than once:

Club Wins Years
MTV Ingolstadt 4 1966, 1969, 1977, 2004
SC Fürstenfeldbruck 4 1971, 1980, 1985, 2002
TSV 1860 Rosenheim 4 1976, 1995, 1997, 2009
SpVgg Kaufbeuren 3 1965, 1968, 1974
Wacker Burghausen II 2 2005, 2012
SB/DJK Rosenheim 2 1978, 2011
SV Heimstetten 2 2006, 2010
FC Kempten 2 1999, 2007
FC Memmingen 2 1970, 2003
TSV Schwaben Augsburg 2 1991, 1998
Türk Gücü München 2 1988, 1994
SpVgg Starnberg 2 1989, 1992
TSV Eching 2 1983, 1990
FC Wacker München 2 1982, 1987
FC Bayern Munich II 2 1967, 1973

All-time table 1963–2012[edit]

In the all-time table of the league from its formation in 1963 to its disbanding in 2012, TSV 1860 Rosenheim is the clear leader, 388 points ahead of second placed FC Gundelfingen, with BC Aichach third. The last place, number 121, goes to SpVgg Günz-Lauben with only 12 points. The 121st and last-ever team to enter the league was the VfB Durach for the 2011-12 season.[9]

The TSV 1860 Rosenheim holds the record for all three Landesligen with 1,833 points from 1,206 games in 36 seasons, of a possible 49 up to 2012, the final year of the league.

Pos. Club Seasons M W D L GF GA P
1 TSV 1860 Rosenheim 36 1206 503 324 379 1991 1678 1833
2 FC Gundelfingen 31 1016 396 257 363 1685 1669 1445
3 BC Aichach 29 972 352 245 375 1660 1725 1310
4-118 115 clubs
119 VfB Durach 1 34 4 5 25 31 76 17
120 SK Srbija München 1 34 3 6 25 34 85 15
121 SpVgg Günz-Lauben 1 34 3 3 28 32 104 12

League placings since 1988–89[edit]

The complete list of clubs and placings in the league since the 1988–89 season:[7]

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
Wacker Burghausen 23 6 5 4 8 1 B B R R R R R R R 2B 2B 2B 2B 2B R 3L 3L 3L 3L
TSV 1860 München II 1 14 1 B R R R R B B B R R R R R R R R
FC Memmingen 8 2 B B B B B B B B B B B B B 1 B B B B B B B R R
FC Ingolstadt 04 II 3 2 6 2 B B B R
TSV Aindling 11 14 7 15 6 2 B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B
FC Ismaning 4 8 4 3 1 B B B B B B B B B B B B
SpVgg Unterhaching II 2 3 2 B B B B B B B R B B B
TSV Buchbach 4 12 6 5 1 B B B B
TSV Rain am Lech 13 6 9 4 10 9 7 5 3 7 3 3 B B B B
TSV 1860 Rosenheim 36 12 7 14 7 8 5 1 B 1 B 7 12 12 6 11 13 5 3 11 8 1 B B B
SV Heimstetten 5 7 4 1 B B 10 1 B B
SB/DJK Rosenheim 9 9 4 5 1 B
TSV Gersthofen 5 15 12 13 2 B
Wacker Burghausen II 9 13 10 3 1 B B 6 5 6 15 1
FC Augsburg II 11 10 5 4 4 9 3 5 2
TSV Schwabmünchen 8 15 19 7 11 13 3
VfB Eichstätt 3 2 14 4
1. FC Sonthofen 4 10 6 16 5
TSV Kottern 9 14 11 17 15 11 17 3 6
BCF Wolfratshausen 9 5 2 B 4 13 7 8 8 10 7
BC Aichach 29 4 10 7 4 5 12 17 5 11 15 17 8
SC Fürstenfeldbruck 22 16 10 10 8 12 9 11 10 8 1 B B B B B 5 11 7 8 9
TSV Landsberg 17 11 15 4 10 2 B 18 12 7 10
FC Pipinsried 17 14 11 12 16 15 9 5 9 16 11 8 12 12 14 15 11 11
FC Unterföhring 2 4 12
FC Gundelfingen 31 13 11 2 2 2 B B B B 17 7 6 3 17 14 9 13
TSV Eching 20 10 1 B B B 4 2 4 4 12 13 14 4 11 8 17 17 17 14
SV Pullach 4 3 9 6 15
SV Kirchanschöring 2 16
VfB Durach 1 17
TSG Thannhausen 8 17 12 18 9 2 2 B B B 12 18
FC Affing 6 12 9 13 2 4 16
Falke Markt Schwaben 16 1 B B 4 6 13 10 16 13 10 17
FC Gerolfing 1 18
TSV Großhadern 18 7 3 12 13 15 5 11 6 16 16 10 7 11 15 18
SV Raisting 3 16 14 16
FC Memmingen II 1 18
FC Kempten 25 7 15 8 1 B B 4 4 8 2 B 1 B 17
TSV 1861 Nördlingen 24 9 6 12 14 16 17 14 14 8 17
FC Königsbrunn 15 5 9 8 3 14 7 8 9 18 5 10 13 18 14 18
SC Eintracht Freising 13 10 6 3 8 6 11 8 9 15
TSV München-Grünwald 6 8 13 9 16 16 16
Schwaben Augsburg 22 B B 1 B 13 8 3 12 10 1 B B B 2 B 9 7 15 18
DJK Lechhausen 7 5 11 15 19 14 15 16
FT Starnberg 09 4 4 16 12 13 17
SK Srbija München 1 18
SC Bubesheim 5 7 14 14 15 16
SC Fürstenfeldbruck II 1 18
TSV Neusäss 3 12 10 19
MTV Ingolstadt 3 15 B B B B 4 3 B 3 3 3 8 2 B B 3 1
SV Gendorf 2 3 7 2 6
TSV Ampfing 13 B 12 3 9 11 16 14 16 5 4 5 11 15
TSV Bobingen 7 7 13 10 2 9 14 18
Türk SV München 6 11 B B B B 3 1 B B 7 2 5 11 13 19
SV Lohhof 4 3 2 B B B B R B B B B R B 20
TSV Ebersberg 1 16
FC Miesbach 9 14 13 13 13 9 14 12 13 17
TuS Geretsried 6 9 6 17 6 8 18
TSV Mindelheim 8 11 17 15 7 14 18
SpVgg Kaufbeuren 19 15 17
FSV München 3 17 16 13
1. FC Garmisch 6 14 18
ESV Freilassing 2 15 18
FC Enikon Augsburg 5 1 2 B
BSG Himolla Taufkirchen 6 8 10 6 10 11 16
TSV Dasing 7 4 5 10 6 9 18
ESV Ingolstadt 3 9 9 17 5 12 17
BSC Sendling 5 18
SpVgg Starnberg 4 12 1 B 6 1
FC Wacker München 7 B 6 13 15
MSV München 1 17
VfL Günzburg 1 15

Key[edit]

Symbol Key
B Bundesliga
RL
2B
Regionalliga Süd (1963–74)
2nd Bundesliga (1974–present)
3L 3rd Liga
R Regionalliga Süd (1994–present)
B Bayernliga
1 League champions
Place League
Blank Played at a league level below this league
  • S = No of seasons in league (as of 2011-12)

Notes[edit]

League records 1963–2012[edit]

The league records in regards to points, wins, loses and goals for and against the clubs in the league are:[6]

Record Team Season Number
Most wins SC Fürstenfeldbruck 1984-85 28
Least wins FC Moosinning 1971-72 1
TSV Marktoberdorf 1978-79
TSV Kösching 1979-80
TSV Schwaben Augsburg 2006-07
Most defeats SpVgg Günz-Lauben 1985-86 28
Least defeats SpVgg Unterhaching 1980-81 1
Most goals for FC Wacker München 1986-87 115
Least goals for TSV München-Grünwald 1991-92 18
Most goals against SV Lohof 2001-02 131
Least goals against FC Gundelfingen 1991-92 18
Highest points (2 for a win) SC Fürstenfeldbruck 1984-85 58
Lowest points (2 for a win) TSV Kottern 1963-64 8
Highest points (3 for a win) SC Fürstenfeldbruck 2001-02 83
Lowest points (3 for a win) TSV Schwaben Augsburg 2006-07 7

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Auf- und Abstiegsregelung der Bayernliga und der Landesligen für das Qualifikationsspieljahr 2011/2012 Archived 2011-09-05 at the Wayback Machine. (German) Bavarian FA website - Regulations for promotion and relegation in 2012, accessed: 16 July 2011
  2. ^ a b Die Bayernliga 1945-1997 (German) publisher: DSFS, published: 1998, page: 55 & 56, accessed: 26 June 2009
  3. ^ a b Die Bayernliga 1945-1997 (German) publisher: DSFS, published: 1998, page: 116, accessed: 26 June 2009
  4. ^ Landesliga Bayern-Süd Das Deutsche Fussball Archiv, accessed: 27 June 2009
  5. ^ Attraktive Gegner, regionale Einteilung, weniger Fahrtkosten (German) BFV website, published: 12 February 2011, accessed: 29 April 2011
  6. ^ a b Tables and results of the Landesliga Bayern-Süd (German) Manfreds Fussball Archiv, accessed: 4 February 2011
  7. ^ a b Das deutsche Fussball Archiv: Landesliga Bayern-Süd (German) Historic German league tables, accessed: 7 February 2011
  8. ^ Spielordnung: § 14 (2) Feststellung des Meisters (German) BFV website – Rules of the game: § 14 (2) How to determine the league champion, accessed: 7 February 2011
  9. ^ All-time table of the Landesliga Süd 1963-2011, source: FC Gundelfingen accessed: 28 June 2013
  10. ^ FT Starnberg 09 website - History (German) accessed: 8 March 2011
  11. ^ Champions of the BOL Oberbayern 1988–2010 DSFS, accessed: 5 May 2011

Sources[edit]

  • Die Bayernliga 1945 - 1997, (German) published by the DSFS, 1998
  • Deutschlands Fußball in Zahlen, (German) An annual publication with tables and results from the Bundesliga to Verbandsliga/Landesliga, publisher: DSFS
  • Kicker Almanach, (German) The yearbook on German football from Bundesliga to Oberliga, since 1937, published by the Kicker Sports Magazine
  • Süddeutschlands Fussballgeschichte in Tabellenform 1897-1988 (German) History of Southern German football in tables, publisher & author: Ludolf Hyll
  • 50 Jahre Bayrischer Fussball-Verband (German) 50-year-anniversary book of the Bavarian FA, publisher: Vindelica Verlag, published: 1996

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