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At the end of the —12 season the number of Oberligas was increased from eleven to fourteen. With the exception of the Nazi -era Gauliga , the term Oberliga equivalent to Premier League in English was used prior to the formation of the Bundesliga in for first-division leagues in Germany.
Between —94 the term Amateuroberliga was used for third-tier leagues, which were then the highest level of amateur play in the country. The current usage of the designation Oberliga was introduced in In East Germany a separate league structure was in place from — and the top flight division there was known as the DDR-Oberliga.
From the end of the Second World War until the formation of the Bundesliga in there were five regional Oberligen:. Based on criteria outlined by the German association in October an evaluation system covering the last 12 seasons was established through which the sixteen clubs from these five leagues were established which were to form the new nationwide first division Bundesliga, with the others going to the new second tier Regionalligen.
Below the Oberliga the 2. Oberliga existed from to as the second tier in West Germany, except in Northern Germany and West Berlin where this level was never introduced.
Oberliga champions are usually promoted to Regionalliga which is directly below the 3. If the champion of an Oberliga is the B-team of a club which already has a team in the Regionalliga, or which has a team which will be relegated to the Regionalliga, the B-team cannot be promoted, and the next highest qualified team will be promoted instead.
There are fourteen "Oberligen", based on states and regions of Germany. From to , the Oberligas, originally called 1st Amateurliga, were set right below the two 2nd Bundesligas, North and South.
Originally there was 15 Amateurligas which were reduced to 8 Oberligas in From the 2nd Bundesliga was reduced to one single league. Because there always were more Oberliga champions then promotion spots, these clubs had to determine the promoted teams by the way of a promotion play-off to the 2.
Bundesliga , called "Aufstiegsrunde zur 2. Since —13 fourteen leagues exist on Oberliga level, increased from eleven the previous season:.
The Bayernliga was formed in In —47, —48 and from —54 till —63 it was split in a northern and a southern division. From to it played in the single division format.
Since it again plays with a northern and a southern division. Wilhelmshaven gelang der Aufstieg. Nordhorn setzte sich in Entscheidungsspielen gegen Kickers Emden 3: FC Wunstorf mit 1: Ansichten Lesen Bearbeiten Quelltext bearbeiten Versionsgeschichte.
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The Niedersachsen-Liga however maintained their status as tier five leagues and accordingly was renamed Oberliga Niedersachsen. The —10 season functioned as a qualifying stage for the new single-division Niedersachsenliga , which kick-off in While the Lower Saxony champion was promoted to the Regionalliga, as in the previous season, the other fifteen teams placed one to eight in the two leagues were directly qualify for the new league.
The four teams placed ninth and tenth took part in a qualifying round with the four Bezirksoberliga champions.
In two groups of four, the top-two of each group also qualified for the new league. The teams placed eleventh or lower in the Oberligen in —10 were automatically relegated.
Retrieved 5 March The complete list of clubs and placings in the league since introduction of the single-division Oberliga —present: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Redirected from Oberliga Niedersachsen. Regulations in German NFV website, accessed: Retrieved 4 March List of champions and cup winners in German , published: Niedersachsenliga V —19 clubs.
German level-V football leagues. German football league system Promotion to the 2. Bezirksliga Kreisliga Kreisklasse 1—5.
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