Verbandsliga Schleswig-Holstein-Süd-West

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Verbandsliga Schleswig-Holstein-Süd-West
Map of Germany with the location of Schleswig-Holstein highlighted
Country  Germany
State  Schleswig-Holstein
Founded 2008
Number of teams 16
Level on pyramid Level 6
Promotion to Schleswig-Holstein-Liga (until 2016)
Landesliga Schleswig-Holstein (from 2017)
Relegation to Kreisliga
Current champions TSV Lägerdorf
(2015–16)

The Verbandsliga Schleswig-Holstein-Süd-West is the sixth tier of the German football league system and the second-highest league in the German state of Schleswig-Holstein, together with three other leagues at this level in the state. The league was formed at the end of the 2007-08 season, to replace the previously existing Bezirksoberligas at this level.

Overview[edit]

With the changes to the German football league system in 2008 that went alongside the introduction of the 3. Liga, four new Verbandsligas were formed in Schleswig-Holstein as the sixth tier of the league system, these being:

Previous to that, from 1978 to 2008, a single-division Verbandsliga Schleswig-Holstein had existed which was now renamed Schleswig-Holstein-Liga and received the status of an Oberliga.

These four new Verbandsligas replaced the previously existing four Bezirksoberligas (BOL), who were, until then, divided into a northern, southern, eastern and western division. The Bezirksoberligas themselves had been formed in 1999. Other changes in the league system were the abolishing of the four Bezirksoberligas and the five Bezirksligas below them. Additionally, the regional alignment of the four new Verbandsligas differs from the Bezirksoberligas they replaced, making the change from one to the other more than just a renaming of leagues.

The new Verbandsliga Schleswig-Holstein-Süd-West was formed from one club of the Verbandsliga Schleswig-Holstein (V), two clubs from the former Bezirksoberliga Schleswig-Holstein-Süd (VI), four clubs from the Bezirksoberliga Schleswig-Holstein-West and the Bezirksoberliga Schleswig-Holstein-Ost each, one from the Bezirksliga Schleswig-Holstein-Ost (VII) and four clubs from the Bezirksliga Schleswig-Holstein-Süd (VII), three from the northern division and one from the southern division.

The league champions of each of the four Verbandsligas will earn promotion to the Schleswig-Holstein-Liga. Below the four Verbandsligas, 13 regional Kreisligas are placed. The bottom teams in the Verbandsligas will be relegated to the Kreisligas while the champions of those will earn promotion to the Verbandsligas. The Verbandsliga Süd-West covers the following three Kreise:[1]

From the 2017-18 season onwards, the Verbandsligas will be contracted to 16 teams each and downgraded to seventh tier with the introduction of the new Landesliga Schleswig-Holstein (VI).[2]

League champions[edit]

Season Champions
2008–09 PSV Neumünster
2009–10 SV Todesfelde
2010–11 SG Türk Spor/Itzehoer SV
2011–12 TuS Hartenholm
2012–13 Union Neumünster
2013–14 SG Reher-Puls
2014–15 SG Reher-Puls
2015–16 TSV Lägerdorf
  • In 2011, the SV Schackendorf was promoted instead of SG Türk Spor/Itzehoer SV. Türk Spor Itzehoe and Itzehoer SV merged in April 2011 to form FC Itzehoe.
  • In 2014 runner-up SV Henstedt-Ulzburg was promoted instead of SG Reher-Puls.

Founding members[edit]

The league was formed from 16 clubs, which had played in the following leagues in 2007-08:

  • From the Verbandsliga Schleswig-Holstein:[3]
    • SV Todesfelde, 13th
  • From the Bezirksoberliga Schleswig-Holstein-Süd:[4]
    • Kaltenkirchener TS, 6th
    • SV Westerrade, 10th
  • From the Bezirksoberliga Schleswig-Holstein-West:[5]
    • SV Alemannia Wilster, 5th
    • TSV Laegerdorf, 8th
    • MTSV Hohenwestedt, 9th
    • ETSV Fortuna Glückstadt, 11th
  • From the Bezirksoberliga Schleswig-Holstein-Ost:[6]
    • TuS Nortorf, 3rd
    • PSV Neumünster, 7th
    • TSV Wankendorf, 8th
    • TSV Gadeland, 12th
  • From the Bezirksliga Schleswig-Holstein-Ost:[7]
    • SG Reher-Puls, 1st
  • From the Bezirksliga Schleswig-Holstein-Süd (Süd):[8]
    • SV Henstedt-Rhen II, 6th
  • From the Bezirksliga Schleswig-Holstein-Süd (Nord):[9]
    • SV Schackendorf, 3rd
    • SV Wahlstedt, 4th
    • SG Bornhöved-Trappenkamp, 6th

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Satzung und Ordnungen des Schleswig-Holsteinischen Fußballverbandes e. V." [Rules and regulations of the SHFV] (PDF) (in German). 31 May 2016. p. 72. 
  2. ^ "Neue Ligenstruktur und Verjüngung" [New league structure and rejuvenation]. fupa.net (in German). 31 May 2016. 
  3. ^ VL Schleswig-Holstein table 2007-08 Fussball.de, accessed: 16 April 2009
  4. ^ BOL Schleswig-Holstein-Süd table 2007-08 Fussball.de, accessed: 16 April 2009
  5. ^ BOL Schleswig-Holstein-West table 2007-08 Fussball.de, accessed: 16 April 2009
  6. ^ BOL Schleswig-Holstein-Ost table 2007-08 Fussball.de, accessed: 16 April 2009
  7. ^ BL Schleswig-Holstein-Ost table 2007-08 Fussball.de, accessed: 16 April 2009
  8. ^ BL Schleswig-Holstein-Süd (Süd) table 2007-08 Fussball.de, accessed: 16 April 2009
  9. ^ BL Schleswig-Holstein-Süd (Nord) table 2007-08 Fussball.de, accessed: 16 April 2009

Sources[edit]

  • 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
  • Die Deutsche Liga-Chronik 1945-2005 (German) History of German football from 1945 to 2005 in tables, publisher: DSFS, published: 2006

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