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Bavarian Under 15 championship
Founded
1975
Nation
 Germany
Map of Germany: Position of Bavaria highlighted
State
Flag of Bavaria Bavaria
Number of Teams
7
Level on Pyramid
Level 1
Current Champions 2007-08
1. FC Nuremberg

The Bavarian Under 15 championship (German: Bayerische C-Jugend Meisterschaft) is the highest level of competition, in the absence of a national German championship, for under 15 football teams in Bavaria.

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History

The competition was established in 1975, alongside the Bavarian Under 17 championship. Since then, the winner of the competition is determined by an on-off final..[1]

To qualify for the championship, a club had win one of the seven Bezirksoberligas in Bavaria, the highest football leagues at this level and age.

The seven champions played a quarter final round with home-and-away games, whereby six clubs are drawn against each other for three games. The three winners plus the team that had a bye in this round reach the semi-finals, now played at a neutral ground. The two semi-finals winner enter the Bavarian championship final. Semi-final and final are held on the same weekend and location.

There is no national German championship at this level but a Under 15 Southern German championship exists since 1979,[2] where the regional champions of Bavaria, Württemberg, North Baden, South Baden and Hesse compete.

Below this level, at the under 13 (German: D-Jugend), no Bavarian championship exists. The under 15 level is currently, as of 2008, the highest level of play where clubs like FC Bayern Munich and 1. FC Nuremberg still compete with their first teams at state level.

In 2008, the Bavarian football association had 2,630 registered under 15 teams, a marginal increase from the previous year. All up, 20,699 junior teams were registered with the BFV in 2008[3]

Since 1994, a knock-out cup competition, the Bau Pokal, is also played.[4]

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Bayernliga

In 2005, following the example of the under 19 and under 17 Bayernligas, two regional leagues, north and south, were formed. From then on, the two league winners would meet in the Bavarian final. The northern division operates with 14, the southern with 12 clubs. This difference results from the fact that the north has four Bezirksoberligas as the leagues below while the south only has three.

The bottom four clubs in the north and the bottom three clubs in the south are relegated while the seven Bezirksoberliga champions earn direct promotion. In 2008, there were five clubs promoted to the northern division due to SV Memmelsdorf withdrawing at the end of season.

In the 2006-07 season, FC Bayern Munich remained unbeaten throughout the league season, winning the Bavarian final, too, ending the season with 18 wins and five draws.[5]

In the 2007-08 season, Bayern Munich remained unbeaten throughout the league season again,[6] only losing the final to 1. FC Nuremberg. 1. FCN in turn only lost one regular season game, drew one and won all 24 others.[7]

On 24 September 2008, with a 0-1 loss to TSV 1860 Munich in the 2008-09 seasons first round,[8] Bayern Munichs unbeaten run of 44 league games came to an end. Previously, the club had lost 0-2 in the league on 10 June 2006 to TSV 1860 Rosenheim in the last round of the 2005-06 season.[9]

Regionalliga

In October 2008, the Southern German football federation decided that, from 2010 onwards, a Under 15 Regionalliga would be established, a step similar to what had been taken for the under 19 in 1996 and the under 17 in 2000. Regionalligas already exist in the two regions west and north and the south was concerned it would fall behind. After a lengthy debate, 86 of 131 delegates voted for the new league which will include five clubs from Bavaria, alongside clubs from Hesse and Baden-Württemberg. In this vote, the delegates from Baden-Württemberg, where a united Oberliga already exists since 2008, voted against while the other two regions plus the delegates from the professional clubs voted for the proposal.[10]

Geography

Map of Bavaria: The seven Bezirksoberligas

Below the Bayernliga, there is seven Bezirksoberligas, roughly organised within the boundaries of the seven Bavarian Regierungsbezirke, these being:

Champions

Pre-Bayernliga era

Season Winner Finalist Result
1974-75 FC Bayern Munich FC Michelau 11-1
1975-76 1. FC Nuremberg FC Bayern Munich 2-0
1976-77 SpVgg Bayreuth FC Bayern Munich 2-1 aet
1977-78 FC Bayern Munich SpVgg Bayreuth 3-0
1978-79 TSV 1860 Munich TSV Katzwang 2-0
1979-80 TSV 1860 Munich 1. FC Nuremberg 1-0
1980-81 1. FC Nuremberg FC Augsburg 2-1
1981-82 FC Bayern Munich 1. FC Nuremberg 4-2 aet
1982-83 1. FC Nuremberg FC Augsburg 4-2 aet
1983-84 1. FC Nuremberg FC Ergolding 4-2
1984-85 FC Bayern Munich FC Augsburg 3-0
1985-86 1. FC Nuremberg 1. FC Schweinfurt 05 7-6 after pen.
1986-87 FC Bayern Munich 1. FC Nuremberg 3-0
1987-88 1. FC Nuremberg FC Bayern Munich 3-0
1988-89 1. FC Nuremberg SpVgg Landshut 2-1
1989-90 FC Bayern Munich TSV 1861 Nördlingen 8-1
1990-91 FC Bayern Munich SpVgg Landshut 4-1
1991-92 1. FC Nuremberg FC Bayern Munich 2-1
1992-93 1. FC Nuremberg SpVgg Unterhaching 1-0
1993-94 FC Bayern Munich 1. FC Schweinfurt 05 1-0
1994-95 FC Bayern Munich 1. FC Nuremberg 8-2
1995-96 FC Augsburg 1. FC Nuremberg 1-0
1996-97 TSV 1860 Munich FC Augsburg 2-1
1997-98 TSV 1860 Munich FC Memmingen 8-3
1998-99 Viktoria Aschaffenburg 1. FC Nuremberg 4-1
1999-2000 TSV 1860 Munich 1. FC Nuremberg 1-1 / 5-3 after pen.
2000-01 1. FC Nuremberg MTV Ingolstadt 4-0
2001-02 1. FC Nuremberg ETSV 09 Landshut 10-2
2002-03 1. FC Schweinfurt 05 TSV 1860 Rosenheim 1-1 / 5-3 after pen.
2003-04 SpVgg Greuther Fürth SpVgg Unterhaching 1-1 / 7-6 after pen.
2004-05 1. FC Nuremberg Jahn Regensburg 4-1

Bayernliga era

Season North South Result
2005-06 1. FC Nuremberg SpVgg Unterhaching 1-0
2006-07 1. FC Nuremberg FC Bayern Munich 0-1
2007-08 1. FC Nuremberg FC Bayern Munich 1-0
2008-09 1. FC Nuremberg FC Bayern Munich 0-3

Winners & Finalists

As of 2008, this is the standing in the all-time winners list:

Club Championships Finals
1. FC Nuremberg 14 22
FC Bayern Munich 11 16
TSV 1860 Munich 5 5
SpVgg Greuther Fürth 1 1
1. FC Schweinfurt 05 1 3
Viktoria Aschaffenburg 1 1
FC Augsburg 1 5
SpVgg Bayreuth 1 2
SpVgg Unterhaching 0 3
SpVgg Landshut 0 2
Jahn Regensburg 0 1
TSV 1860 Rosenheim 0 1
ETSV 09 Landshut 0 1
MTV Ingolstadt 0 1
FC Memmingen 0 1
TSV 1861 Nördlingen 0 1
FC Ergolding 0 1
TSV Katzwang 0 1
FC Michelau 0 1

Placings in the Bayernliga since 2005

Bayernliga north

Club 06 07 08 09 10
1. FC Nuremberg 1 1 1 1
SpVgg Greuther Fürth 7 2 3 2
Jahn Regensburg 5 6 4 4
Viktoria Aschaffenburg 3 7 5 8
FSV Erlangen-Bruck 6 3
1. FC Schweinfurt 05 2 3 7 10
SpVgg Ansbach 4 4 8 5
TSV Großbardorf 5 9 12
FC Amberg 10 6
1. FC Eintracht Bamberg 10 13 7
SG Quelle Fürth 8 11 8
TSV Kareth-Lappersdorf 13
BSC Woffenbach 11
Würzburger FV 6 12 14
SV Memmelsdorf 2
1. SC Feucht 8 11
SpVgg Bayern Hof 10 12
FSG Wiesentheid 13
ASV Cham 9 14
SpVgg Weiden 9 14
SG 83 Nürnberg-Fürth 11
SV Friesen 12
SpVgg Bayreuth 13
JFG Bayerischer Odenwald 14

Bayernliga south

Club 06 07 08 09 10
FC Bayern Munich 7 1 1 1
SpVgg Unterhaching 1 5 2 4
SV Wacker Burghausen 6 6 3 5
TSG Thannhausen 9 4 2
FC Memmingen 10 5 7
FC Augsburg 3 2 6 6
TSV 1860 Munich 5 8 7 8
TSV 1860 Rosenheim 2 3 8 9
SpVgg Grün-Weiß Deggendorf 4 4 9 3
FC Ergolding 12
FC Ingolstadt 04 10
TSV 1861 Nördlingen 11
SE Freising 10
FC Dingolfing 7 11
Spvgg Ruhmannsfelden 12
SC Fürstenfeldbruck 10
SV Planegg-Krailling 8 11
FC Königsbrunn 9 12
SpVgg Landshut 11
FC Vilshofen 12

External links

Sources

  • Deutschlands Fussball in Zahlen (German) Yearbooks of German football, publisher: DSFS
  • 50 Jahre Bayerischer Fussball Verband (German) publisher: Bavarian FA, published: 1996
  • BFV website: results archive (from 2004) (German)

References

  1. ^ 50 Jahre Bayerischer Fussball Verband (German) publisher: Bavarian FA, published: 1996, page: 133, accessed: 30 November 2008
  2. ^ 100 Jahre Süddeutscher Fussball Verband (German) publisher: SFV , published: 1997, page: 189, accessed: 1 December 2008
  3. ^ Vergleich der Mannschaftszahlen im Junioren-Spielbetrieb zwischen 2007 und 2008 in den einzelnen Bezirken (German) BFV website, accessed: 29 November 2008
  4. ^ Bayerischer Baupokal der U15-Junioren (German) BFV website, accessed: 30 November 2008
  5. ^ Bayernliga männlich Süd U 15 table 2006-07 BFV website, accessed: 30 November 2008
  6. ^ Bayernliga männlich Süd U 15 table 2007-08 BFV website, accessed: 30 November 2008
  7. ^ Bayernliga männlich Nord U 15 table 2007-08 BFV website, accessed: 30 November 2008
  8. ^ Bayernliga männlich Süd U 15 table 2005-06 BFV website, accessed: 30 November 2008
  9. ^ Bayernliga männlich Süd U 15 table 2008-09 BFV website, accessed: 30 November 2008
  10. ^ C-Junioren-Regionalliga ab 2010/2011 (German) TSV 1860 Munich website, published: 12 October 2008, accessed: 1 december 2008

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