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Because of the politics of football among the regions of Germany, some Amateurliga champions were guaranteed promotion while others had to playoff against one another.
Bundesliga divisions were combined into one, creating a second tier national league. Additionally, the reunification of Germany in added an extra layer of complexity.
Consequently, in there were play offs involving 13 teams in four groups with the group winner gaining promotion. Involved in these play offs were the ten Oberliga champions two had been added from the east , the runners-up from the Oberliga Nord and two of the relegation teams from the 2.
Bundesliga and the Oberliga. You would think that this might make relegation and promotion of four teams into the 2.
Bundesliga simpler it did, sort of , but you would be wrong if you thought it was just the champions of each Regionalliga moving up, politics between the regions in German football is much more complex than that.
The winners of Nord and Nordost then met in a play off for the third promotion position. However, it was the fourth promotion spot that was the most problematic.
Since , there had been direct promotion and relegation for three teams between the 2. Bundesliga and the Bundesliga; however, currently across all three national leagues the team finishing third from bottom in the higher league would meet in a playoff against the team finishing third in the lower league.
Now that the Regionalliga had dropped to the fourth tier of German football, a third the Regionalliga West was added.
Having a third Regionalliga allowed the pattern of three team promotion and relegation that operated above them, although there would be no playoff involving the third team.
It seemed that a nice simple system had finally emerged. However, in October the Regionalligas were, once again, reorganized because of the large number of insolvencies that had taken place across German football during the previous season.
The travel demands combined with lower media interest from any except local outlets, made it hard for teams to stay viable. Liga each season, while the winners of each Regionalliga plus the runner-up in the Regionalliga Südwest are paired up in a playoff for the promotion positions.
One last change, however, occurred. At the 96th DFB-Bundestag in December , delegates decided to change the promotion rules and once more reduce the number of Regionalliga to four.
Ultimately, there will be four teams relegated from the 3. Liga each season and the champions of each of the new Regionalliga will be promoted.
Four teams will be promoted and there will be three guaranteed promotion places from the champions of the five regional leagues. The champion of the Regionalliga Südwest because they are giving up their second playoff place will be promoted automatically in the next two seasons.
The winner of the third guaranteed promotion place will be decided by the drawing of lots. The remaining two Regionalliga champions will compete in a two-legged playoff to determine the fourth promotion place.
At the end of this season, the top two teams will win promotion to the 2. This achievement is particularly impressive from Paderborn, given that last year they finished 18th and would have been relegated if it were not for the decision of TSV München to drop down to the Regionalliga rather than accept a position in the 3.
The competition for the playoff spot, however, is still up for grabs. At different times, Hansa Rostock and Fortuna Köln have been right up there this season, and FC Würzburger Kickers have finally started to play like a team that were in the 2.
Bundesliga only last year. It is hard to decide, because they both play attractive football and a few weeks ago when Wiesbaden were challenging Magdeburg for second I would have thought it was them.
However Karlsruher put together a run of 21 games undefeated before the hiccup of a loss to Magdeburg so they would now be my tip over a Wiesbaden who have lost their last three league games, plus a regional pokal game in the last few weeks.
At the other end of the table relegation seems pretty much a formality. Liga history are going down and might have been even without the point deduction for financial irregularities and the further nine points deducted after declaring bankruptcy.
It has been a miserable season for them. Although SV Werder Bremen II managed two straight wins to stave off definite relegation for another week they will almost certainly also be relegated.
So who are we likely to see replacing these teams in the 3. Readers are invited to check out these betting sites for odds on upcoming games.
Teams finishing 11th or lower in their Regionalliga remained where they were. On 18 May , at the end of the —08 2. Bundesliga season , four clubs were relegated from the 2.
Bundesliga and became charter members of the 3. On 31 May , at the end of the —08 Regionalliga seasons , clubs placing third through tenth in the Regionalliga Nord and the Regionalliga Süd also qualified for the new 3.
From the Regionalliga Nord: From the Regionalliga Süd: The winner and runner-up in a given season are automatically promoted to the 2. Teams placing in the bottom three are automatically sent to the Regionalliga.
Up to and including the —18 season the top goal scorers, attendance statistics and records for the league are:. The following clubs have played in the league and achieved the following final positions: At the end of the regular season the third placed team in the 3.
Liga play the 16th placed team in the 2. Bundesliga over two matches. The overall winner plays in the 2. Bundesliga in the following season, and the loser in the 3.
Since the —13 season, the champions of the five Regionalligas and the runners-up of the Regionalliga Südwest enter an end-of-the season play-off to determine the three teams promoted to the 3.
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