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Oberliga Bayern
Founded
1945
Nation
 Germany
Map of Germany: Position of Bavaria highlighted
State
Flag of Bavaria Bavaria
Promotion To
Regionalliga Süd
Relegation To
Landesliga Bayern-Süd
Landesliga Bayern-Mitte
Landesliga Bayern-Nord
Number of Teams
18
Level on Pyramid
Level 5
Domestic Cups
Bavarian Cup
Current Champions 2008-09
SpVgg Weiden

The Oberliga Bayern, commonly referred to as Bayernliga is the highest Football League in the state of Bavaria (German:Bayern) and the Bavarian Football League System. It is one of twelve Oberligas in German football, the 5th tier of the German football league system. Until the introduction of the 3rd Liga in 2008 it was the 4th tier.

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Overview

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Landesliga Bayern: 1945-1950

The league was formed in 1945 from nine clubs as the Landesliga Bayern, being then the second tier of the German football league system, right below the Oberliga Süd in the re-formed state of Bavaria, then part of the US occupation zone in Germany. The league run then in parallel with the Landesligas of Hessen, Württemberg and Nordbaden.

The league expanded in its second season to two divisions of eleven teams each, the Staffel Nordbayern and Staffel Südbayern with the league champions playing each other for the Bavarian championship and promotion. The year after, the leagues went to thirteen teams each.

In 1948, the league was reunited in one group of sixteen teams with the top-two clubs gaining promotion. The 1949-50 season was run on fourteen clubs with the top-five clubs gaining promotion to the new 2nd Oberliga Süd.

Amateurliga Bayern: 1950-1953

The league was renamed Amateurliga Bayern, a name it would carry until 1978, and was now the third tier of the league system, below the 2nd Oberliga. It consisted of sixteen clubs in its first season, then went to eighteen and later nineteen.

Amateurliga Nordbayern and Südbayern: 1953-1963

In 1953, the league split into a northern and a southern group again, each with fifteen clubs. The main reasons for this was to reduce travel-costs and time, but also to create two regional champions in Bavaria which both could take part in the promotion rounds to the 2nd Oberliga instead of only one. being the largest of the southern German federations, Bavaria felt disadvantaged by the fact that only its champion was permitted to take part in the promotion rounds.

The number of teams in the two leagues kept fluctuating and sometimes clubs from central Bavaria were moved between divisions to balance out the strength.

In those years up to 1963, the leagues below the Bayernliga were the 2nd Amateurligas, which there was supposed to be seven of, according to the number of Bezirke in Bavaria. However, some, like Oberbayern, split their 2nd Amateurliga in more than one division.

Amateurliga Bayern: 1963-1978

In 1963, with the introduction of the Bundesliga, the Oberliga Süd and 2nd Oberliga Süd were disbanded. The Amateurliga Bayern was reunited and now came under the Regionalliga Süd, the new second tier of the league system in the south. The Amateurliga retained its status as a tier three league.

Seven clubs from the northern and southern division each plus four from the 2nd Oberliga made up the newly reunited league in 1963. The league champion still had to compete for promotion with the winners of the other southern German amateur leagues while the bottom three teams were relegated. Below the Bayernliga, three Landesligas were established and remain there to this date, with their champions directly promoted:

The league remained unchanged through out the coming years, until 1974, when the Regionalliga was replaced by the 2nd Bundesliga Süd. For the Bayernliga, this still meant little change, the winner still had to play-off for promotion to the new league.

Amateur-Oberliga Bayern: 1978-1994

The year 1978 saw a reformation of the highest Amateurligas in Germany, their number was halved from sixteen to eight, making direct promotion for the southern champions possible for the first time. The Amateurligas were also renamed Amateur-Oberligas, which was generally shortened to AOL or, more commonly, just Oberliga. In the south, this meant the Bayernliga now run parallel to the Amateur-Oberligas of Hessen, Baden-Württemberg and Südwest.

Direct promotion for the southern champions only lasted two seasons however, 1978-79 and 1979-80. In 1981, the 2nd Bundesliga was united to one single division, making it necessary for the Oberliga champions to have a promotion round again. In this season, the Bavarian FA (German:Bayrischer Fussball Bund) also introduced a promotion round for the Landesligas, meaning the three second placed teams in those leagues played the fourth-last Bayernliga team for one more spot in the league. In some seasons, additional promotion spots were available, for example when the Bayernliga champion managed to move up to the 2nd Bundesliga.

Oberliga Bayern: 1994 till present

After having been a tier three league for 44 seasons, the re-introduction of the Regionalligas, now at this level, made the Bayernliga slip to tier four. It also adopted a new, shorter name, being simply called Oberliga Bayern now, because the highest (German:Oberste) amateur league was now the Regionalliga.

The six teams with the best overall record over the last three seasons in the Bayernliga, or above, gained entry to the new Regionalliga Süd, these being:

This fact also allowed a greater number of clubs then usually to move up from the Landesliga.

But above all, for the first time since 1980, the Bavarian champion was directly promoted again, now to the Regionalliga. The one exception for this was the year 2000, when the number of Regionalligas was reduced from four to two.

The year 2008 saw another league system change. The 3rd Liga was introduced to slide between 2nd Bundesliga and Regionalligas. For the Bayernliga this meant a further fall, to tier five now. However, its best four teams of this season gained entry to the Regionalliga, providing their finances complied with the leagues regulations[1], those clubs being:

The Bayernliga champion, SpVgg Bayreuth, was refused a Regionalliga licence, Bamberg took its spot instead. Due to the Sportfreunde Siegen also being denied a licence, another Bavarian team was promoted to the Regionalliga, this being the reserve team of Unterhaching[2][3][4].

Champions of the Bayernliga

1945-1953

In 1945-46, the Landesliga Bayern was played as a single division, in 1946-47 and 1947-48 it was played in two regional divisions with a home-and-away final to determine the Bavarian champion. From 1948 to 1953, it was played as a single division again:[5]

Season Club
1945-46 1. FC Bamberg
Season North South Final
1946-47 FC Bayern Hof FC Wacker München 3-4 & 0-4
1947-48 1. FC Bamberg BC Augsburg 1-1 & 1-4
  • Bavarian champions in this era in bold.
Season Club
1948-49 Jahn Regensburg
1949-50 1. FC Bamberg
1950-51 VfL Neustadt
1951-52 FC Amberg
1952-53 ATS Kulmbach

1953-1963

From 1953 to 1963, the Bayernliga was divided into a northern and a southern group again. From 1954 onwards, a Bavarian final was held again:

Season North South Final
1953-54 VfL Neustadt SpVgg Weiden N/A
1954-55 VfB Helmbrechts FC Penzberg N/A
1955-56 VfB Bayreuth ESV Ingolstadt 2-1 & 0-3 & 1-0 aet
1956-57 1. FC Bamberg FC Penzberg 3-0 & 0-2
1957-58 1. FC Bamberg FC Wacker München 4-0 & 2-3
1958-59 SpVgg Bayreuth TSV Schwaben Augsburg 2-0 & 0-0
1959-60 FC Lichtenfels TSV Schwaben Augsburg 3-5
1960-61 1. FC Haßfurt TSV 1860 München II not held
1961-62 SpVgg Büchenbach ESV Ingolstadt 1-1 & 0-1
1962-63 1. FC Bamberg TSV Straubing 4-3 & 3-6 & 1-5
  • Bavarian champions in this era in bold.

1963-present

From 1963 onwards, the Bayernliga was always held as a single division. From 1963 to 1980 and from 1995 onwards, the league champion had the right to direct promotion. In 1974 and 1981, no promotion was availabale and from 1982 to 1994, the league champion had to participate in the promotion round:

Season Club
1963-64 FC Wacker München
1964-65 SpVgg Weiden
1965-66 BC Augsburg
1966-67 SSV Jahn Regensburg
1967-68 ESV Ingolstadt
1968-69 SpVgg Bayreuth
1969-70 FC Wacker München
1970-71 SpVgg Bayreuth
1971-72 FC Wacker München
1972-73 FC Augsburg
1973-74 ASV Herzogenaurach
1974-75 SSV Jahn Regensburg
1975-76 FC Wacker München 1
1976-77 Kickers Würzburg
1977-78 1. FC Haßfurt 2
1978-79 ESV Ingolstadt
Season Club
1979-80 FC Augsburg
1980-81 MTV Ingolstadt
1981-82 FC Augsburg
1982-83 SpVgg Unterhaching
1983-84 TSV 1860 München
1984-85 SpVgg Bayreuth
1985-86 SpVgg Landshut
1986-87 SpVgg Bayreuth
1987-88 SpVgg Unterhaching
1988-89 SpVgg Unterhaching
1989-90 FC Schweinfurt 05
1990-91 TSV 1860 München
1991-92 SpVgg Unterhaching
1992-93 TSV 1860 München
1993-94 FC Augsburg
1994-95 Wacker Burghausen
Season Club
1995-96 SC Weismain
1996-97 TSV 1860 München II
1997-98 FC Schweinfurt 05
1998-99 SV Lohhof
1999-2000 SSV Jahn Regensburg
2000-01 SpVgg Ansbach
2001-02 FC Augsburg
2002-03 1. SC Feucht
2003-04 TSV 1860 München II
2004-05 SpVgg Bayreuth
2005-06 FC Ingolstadt 04
2006-07 SSV Jahn Regensburg
2007-08 SpVgg Bayreuth 3
2008-09 SpVgg Weiden
2009-10
2010-11

Source:"Oberliga Bayern". Das deutsche Fussball-Archiv. http://www.f-archiv.de/. Retrieved 2008-03-07.  

  • Promoted teams in bold.
  • 1 FC Wacker München declined promotion, Würzburger FV promoted as runners-up.
  • 2 1. FC Haßfurt declined promotion, MTV Ingolstadt promoted as runners-up.
  • 3 SpVgg Bayreuth was refused a Regionalliga licence.

Placings in the Bayernliga 1980 to 2010

Club 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10
TSV 1860 München 6 1 11 2 3 3 5 2 1 1
SpVgg Greuther Fürth 1 5 6 4 18 3 2 6
SpVgg Unterhaching 5 1 3 5 8 4 1 1 2 1 3
FC Bayern München II 9 9 14 2 2 4 9 2 7 8 12 4 6 5 5
Wacker Burghausen 7 1
FC Augsburg 1 1 7 2 3 6 6 4 3 8 4 6 1 4 1
TSV 1860 München II 1 2 2 1
FC Ingolstadt 04 2 2 1
Jahn Regensburg 3 8 12 5 13 14 11 5 11 16 8 18 1 1
SpVgg Greuther Fürth II 5 9 4 12 4 2 2
1. FC Nürnberg II 2 13 17 10 12 19 7 5 2 3 6 2 4 2 6 3
1. FC Eintracht Bamberg 7 11 12 14 17 5 5
SpVgg Weiden 13 16 9 5 3 8 16 6 8 12 5 6 3 12 10 13 17 8 8 1
SpVgg Unterhaching II 6 8 5 7 10 13 9
TSV Grossbardorf 11 10 14 15 4
SpVgg Bayreuth 3 4 1 1 14 9 13 12 2 10 15 17 7 4 7 1 3 1 4
1. SC Feucht 14 9 3 5 14 1 15 19
1. FC Schweinfurt 05 4 4 2 16 18 14 10 2 1 7 9 9 5 3 5 1 19 16 17
SpVgg Ansbach 10 1 13 14 15 13 12
SG Quelle Fürth 2 2 2 9 8 15 17
SV Lohhof 9 13 3 2 7 14 7 1 18
SC Weismain 1 17
Vestenbergsgreuth 1 2 3 4 10 2 4 8
ESV Ingolstadt 2 20 8 16
Würzburger FV 04 18 13 13 15 16 3 9 14 16
MTV Ingolstadt 2 1 4 4 10 15 4 10 6 5 16 18 6 17
TSV Aindling 13 13 11 7 7 9 7 12 14 8 7 12 2
FC Memmingen 3 11 10 14 14 13 14 15 9 7 11 7 13 12 11 2 15 8 12 10 18 10 9 12 4 6 3
FSV Erlangen-Bruck 5
FC Ingolstadt 04 II 6
VfL Frohnlach 6 11 12 9 7 10 9 5 11 16 14 13 3 4 8 18 11 7 16 7
TSV Buchbach 8
TSG Thannhausen 7 9
SpVgg Bayern Hof 18 17 13 15 14 4 11 10 14 4 14 4 12 17 12 15 10
FC Ismaning 8 11 3 3 3 6 14 10 11
1. FC Bad Kötzting 6 5 11 11 13
TSV Rain am Lech 14
SV Seligenporten 15
Würzburger Kickers 14 5 3 19 17 16 18
SV Heimstetten 10 17
FC Kempten 15 16 16 18
SC Fürstenfeldbruck 3 15 7 12 17 5 6 5 9 17
Wacker Burghausen II 13 18
Jahn Regensburg II 3 11 8 8 11
1. FC Passau 10 10 13 12 12 6 13 18 15 13 18
SC 04 Schwabach 3 9 12 10 14 9 16
BCF Wolfratshausen 18
SpVgg Landshut 15 6 9 1 11 11 15 12 5 7 14 10 9 10 16 18
TSV Schwaben Augsburg 12 8 20 12 14 15 14 15 17 16
Falke Markt Schwaben 13 17
TSV Gerbrunn 18
1. FC Sand 11 16
ASV Neumarkt 6 12 19 15 19
FT Starnberg 09 4 13 8 11 3 5 3 11 12 11 19
SpVgg Stegaurach 9 5 4 2 20
Jahn Forchheim 5 9 9 7 4 6 8
SG Post/Süd 3 6 3 16
TSV 1860 Rosenheim 13 14 16 16 17
TSV Landsberg 18
FC Gundelfingen 15 11 8 16
Alemannia Haibach 17
VfB Helmbrechts 10 10 6 18 10 16 14 10 15 18
Türk Gücü München 6 7 12 13 6 17
1. FC Amberg 8 8 17 8 12 7 8 15 15
FC Enikon Augsburg 16
SV Heidingsfeld 15 7 15 17
SpVgg Plattling 11 5 16 11 13 17 17
TSV Eching 16 18 6 10 15
SC 08 Bamberg 14 17
TSV Ampfing 12 7 8 13 15 3 6 10 9 14
FC Wacker München 15 5 11 16 8 16
FC Kronach 13 17
TSV Großhadern 17
FC Vilshofen 16 9 9 13 17
TSV Straubing 7 18
VfB Coburg 10 19
ATS Kulmbach 5 13 18
TSV Trebgast 11 15
FC Herzogenaurach 7 16
1. FC Haßfurt 2 17
VfR Neuburg 17

Source:"Oberliga Bayern". Das deutsche Fussball-Archiv. http://www.f-archiv.de/. Retrieved 2007-12-11.  

  • denotes club played in a league higher then the Oberliga Bayern.
  • 1 TSV Vestenbergsgreuth merged with SpVgg Fürth in 1996 to form SpVgg Greuther Fürth.
  • 2 FC Ingolstadt 04 is a merger of MTV Ingolstadt and ESV Ingolstadt in 2004.
  • 3 SG Post/Süd Regensburg merged with Jahn Regensburg in 2002 and became Jahn Regensburg II. SSV Jahn Regensburg II was relegated in 2006 because the first team was relegated to the Bayernliga.
  • 4 FT Starnberg 09 first played as SpVgg Starnberg, then FC Starnberg before becoming FT 09.
  • 5 Jahn Forchheim withdrew from the league in 2000.
  • The FC Memmingen holds top spot in the overall table of the Bayernliga without ever actually having won it. Having spent 34 seasons in the league since 1970, a record in itself, its best result was a second place in 1997.
  • The reserves team of FC Bayern München holds the record for the longest continuous stint in the League, 21 years from 1973 to 1994 when it moved up to Regionalliga. The team also never won the league coming second three times in 1983, 1984 and 1987.
  • TSV 1860 München is the only team to have won the league with both its first and second teams.
  • SpVgg Unterhaching is the only team to have won back to back championships in the post-1963 era.
  • In 1985, two Bavarian teams gained promotion to 2nd Bundesliga when SpVgg Bayreuth (Oberliga Bayern) and Viktoria Aschaffenburg (Oberliga Hessen) won the promotion play-offs.
  • The TSV Aindling is currently (2009-10) the longest serving member of the league with 14 seasons since 1996.

Top scorers

Year Player Club Goals
1963-64 Biesinger BC Augsburg 30
1964-65 Kreh 1. FC Haßfurt 38
1965-66 Kreh 1. FC Haßfurt 30
Zettelmaier 1. FC Bamberg 30
1966-67 Größler SpVgg Bayreuth 34
1967-68 Mansfeld FC Wacker München 29
1968-69 Größler SpVgg Bayreuth 35
1969-70 Pankotsch SpVgg Vohenstrauß 28
1970-71 Knopf FC Herzogenaurach 29
1971-72 Schöll ASV Neumarkt 34
1972-73 Knopf FC Herzogenaurach 30
1973-74 Seubert SpVgg Weiden 25
1974-75 Liepert SC Fürstenfeldbruck 26
1975-76 Kirschner FC Passau 32
1976-77 Albert 1. FC Haßfurt 30
1977-78 Obermeier MTV Ingolstadt 36
1978-79 Ehrensberger FC Bayern Munich Amateure 23
1979-80 Ruhdorfer FC Augsburg 27
1980-81 Franz Schick TSV Ampfing 30
1981-82 Franz Schick TSV Ampfing 29
1982-83 Heinle Schwaben Augsburg 26
1983-84 Stenzel SpVgg Landshut 24
Spindler VfL Frohnlach 24
1984-85 Franz Schick TSV Ampfing 34
1985-86 Franz Schick TSV Ampfing 34
1986-87 Scheller SV Heidingsfeld 23
Year Player Club Goals
1987-88 Franz Schick TSV Ampfing 29
1988-89 Löbmann TSV 1860 Munich 29
1989-90 Binner MTV Ingolstadt 23
Winkler FC Schweinfurt 05 23
1990-91 Christian Radlmaier TSV Eching 29
1991-92 Niklaus SpVgg Unterhaching 19
1992-93 Steck FC Memmingen 21
1993-94 Christian Radlmaier FC Augsburg 22
1994-95 Asbeck Wacker Burghausen 20
1995-96 Söhner FC Gundelfingen 18
Fiederer SpVgg Weiden 18
1996-97 Keller FC Memmingen 26
1997-98
1998-99 Thomas SpVgg Bayreuth 24
1999-2000 Endres Würzburger FV 04 23
2000-01 Gerd Klaus SG Quelle Fürth 32
2001-02 Rico Hanke TSV 1860 Munich II 25
2002-03 Stefan Reisinger SpVgg Greuther Fürth II 26
2003-04 Sebastian Knüttel TSV Großbardorf 15
2004-05 Andreas Fischer SpVgg Bayreuth 22
2005-06 Petr Stoilov 1. FC Bad Kötzting 17
2006-07 Peter Heyer 1. FC Eintracht Bamberg 27
2007-08 Peter Heyer 1 1. FC Eintracht Bamberg 18
Sebastian Knüttel TSV Großbardorf 18
Mijo Stijepic TSG Thannhausen 18
2008-09 Thomas Karg VfL Frohnlach 24

Source: 50 Jahre Bayerischer Fussball-Verband. Vindelica Verlag. 1996. pp. 211.  

  • 1 Peter Heyer scored 19 goals in the 2007-08 season but since Bambergs 1-0 win against Memmingen, where he scored, was later changed to a 0-x loss due to Bamberg using two non-eligible players, only 18 of his goals were officially recognised.

All-time table 1963-2009

The all-time table of the Bayernliga from 1963 to 2009 sees the FC Memmingen in top spot, 149 points ahead of the SpVgg Weiden, third is currently the SpVgg Bayreuth. Last spot, number 103, is held by TSV Gerbrunn with only 18 points to their name. The SV Memmelsdorf and SV Schalding-Heining have become the 104th and 105th team to enter the Bayernliga for the 2009-10 season.[6].

Club Seasons P W D L F A Pts First Last Current league Tier
1 FC Memmingen 36 1234 439 328 467 1748 1834 1645 1970 present Oberliga Bayern V
2 SpVgg Weiden 30 1022 411 263 348 1556 1424 1496 1964 2009 Regionalliga Süd IV
3 SpVgg Bayreuth 26 892 419 198 275 1650 1292 1455 1963 present Oberliga Bayern V
4 FC Bayern Munich II 25 846 355 203 288 1476 1266 1268 1967 1994 3rd Liga III
5 1. FC Nuremberg II 24 836 341 208 287 1463 1309 1231 1965 2008 Regionalliga Süd IV
6 - 102 97 other clubs
103 TSV Gerbrunn 1 34 4 6 24 32 86 18 2002 2003 Kreisklasse Würzburg-Gruppe 1 X

Spectators

The leagues attendance figures nowadays are a far cry from what they were in the 1980s, when TSV 1860 Munich played in the league and attraktet, for Amateur Oberliga levels, hugh crowds. It is also missing FC Augsburg, another well-supported club and, with the relegation of FC Schweinfurt 05 in 2009, figures are bound to drop even further.

Season League average Best supported club Club average
1980-81 758 FC Schweinfurt 05 1,410 [7]
1981-82 952 1. FC Bamberg 2,510 [8]
1982-83 1,473 TSV 1860 Munich 6,844 [9]
1983-84 1,982 TSV 1860 Munich 7,273 [10]
1984-85 1,480 TSV 1860 Munich 3,410 [11]
1985-86 1,780 TSV 1860 Munich 7,350 [12]
1986-87 1,680 TSV 1860 Munich 7,310 [13]
1987-88 1,390 TSV 1860 Munich 4,120 [14]
1988-89 1,680 TSV 1860 Munich 6,240 [15]
1989-90 1,880 TSV 1860 Munich 8,380 [16]
1990-91
1991-92 1,038 SpVgg Fürth 2,528 [17]
1992-93
1993-94
1994-95
1995-96 593 SC Weismain 1,574 [18]
1996-97 539 [19] FC Bayern Hof 1,238
1997-98 540 FC Schweinfurt 05 1,300 [20]
1998-99 437 FC Bayern Hof 1,038 [21]
1999-2000 589 Jahn Regensburg 1,649 [22]
2000-01 519 FC Bayern Hof 1,184 [23]
2001-02 498 FC Bayern Hof 995 [24]
2002-03 419 FC Bayern Hof 982 [25]
2003-04 467 SpVgg Bayreuth 881 [26]
2004-05 SpVgg Bayreuth 1,033 [27]
2005-06 FC Ingolstadt 04 815 [28]
2006-07 683 1. FC Eintracht Bamberg 2,716 [29]
2007-08 704 FC Memmingen 1,631 [30]
2008-09 632 FC Schweinfurt 05 1,215 [31]
2009-10

League Records 1963-2009

Record Team Season Number
Most wins SpVgg Unterhaching 1982-83 31
Least wins SpVgg Kaufbeuren 1969-70 2
Kickers Würzburg 1990-91 2
SpVgg Plattling 1991-92 2
FC Passau 1999-2000 2
Most defeats FC Starnberg 2000-01 28
Least defeats TSV 1860 München 1990-91 0
Most goals for SC Feucht 2002-03 107
Least goals for SC Fürstenfeldbruck 1987-88 20
Most goals against SpVgg Plattling 1966-67 123
Least goals against TSV 1860 München 1990-91 21
Highest points (2 for a win) SpVgg Unterhaching 1982-83 65
Lowest points (2 for a win) SC Fürstenfeldbruck 1987-88 8
Highest points (3 for a win) FC Augsburg 2001-02 89
Lowest points (3 for a win) FC Passau 1999-2000 15

Source:"Tables and results of the Bayernliga". Herzing Manfred. http://www.manfredsfussballarchiv.de/Bayernliga/Bayernligaanfang.htm. Retrieved 2009-06-28.  

See also

External links

Sources

  • Die Bayernliga 1945 - 1997 published by the DSFS, 1998
  • Deutschlands Fussball in Zahlen - An annual publication with tables and results from the Bundesliga to Verbandsliga/Landesliga, publisher: DSFS
  • Kicker Almanach The Football Yearbook on German football from Bundesliga to Oberliga, since 1937, published by the Kicker Sports Magazine

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