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Regionalliga Nordost / im Deutschland: Alle Ergebnisse, die Tabelle und der komplette Spielplan der Regionalliga Nordost der Herren aus dem. P, Verein, Sp, S, U, N, Diff. Tore, Pkt. 1. (2.) 1. FC Lok Leipzig, 22, 13, 8, 1, 19, 24, 47 (2,13). 2. (1.) VSG Altglienicke, 23, 15, 2, 6, 28, , 47 (2,04). 3. (3.). Alle Spiele, Fußball-News, Ergebnisse, Tabellen, Liveticker und die Elf der Woche zur Regionalliga Nordost 20/21 - Kreis Brandenburg - Region Brandenburg. Alle Spiele, Ergebnisse und Tabellen vom 30 der Regionalliga Nordost / - kicker. Der aktuelle Spieltag und die Tabelle der Regionalliga Nord/Ost / Alle Spiele und Live Ergebnisse des Spieltages im Überblick.P, Verein, Sp, S, U, N, Diff. Tore, Pkt. 1. (2.) 1. FC Lok Leipzig, 22, 13, 8, 1, 19, 24, 47 (2,13). 2. (1.) VSG Altglienicke, 23, 15, 2, 6, 28, , 47 (2,04). 3. (3.). Alle Spiele, Ergebnisse und Tabellen vom 30 der Regionalliga Nordost / - kicker. Platz, Mannschaft, SP, G, U, V, Tore, Diff. Pkt. Ø. 1, Vereinslogo 1. FC Lok Leipzig · 1. FC Lok Leipzig, 22, 13, 8, 1, , 19, 2, 2, Vereinslogo VSG. Union Fürstenwalde. Dieser Spielplan enthält vorläufige Spiele, die noch nicht vom Staffelleiter freigegeben worden click to see more. FuPa Redaktion. VSG Altglien. BSG Chemie Leipzig. Babelsberg Here Mitsch Rieckmann - vor.
If the play-off winner declines or is refused promotion, the loser qualifies automatically for the 2nd Bundesliga in the next season and if the play-off loser also declines or is denied, no team is promoted and the number of relegations from the 2nd Bundesliga is reduced.
There is no rule to which division of the 2nd Bundesliga a team is allocated and the German Football Association decides that from season to season.
The number of teams relegated to the third tier depends on the clubs relegated from the 2nd Bundesliga. In a season no clubs might be relegated to a specific division of the Regionalliga while another division receives three new teams due to relegation.
Promotion and relegation between the Regionalliga and the league beneath serves as a cushion to keep the divisions of the Regionalliga at the size they are supposed to have.
The Regionalliga Nord is the highest regional division in northern Germany. Teams belonging to one of the regional football associations of Lower Saxony, Schleswig-Holstein, Hamburg, or Bremen compete in the league.
The champions of these divisions automatically qualified for the national championship. When in the Oberliga Nord was established the best teams from each regional association were admitted to the new league.
Although the best team from each association still qualified for the national championship this was determined by the final standings of the Oberliga Nord.
When in the Frauen-Bundesliga was incepted the Regionalliga automatically moved to the second tier. The best teams from the Regionalliga qualified for the Bundesliga Nord in its first season.
Afterwards the champions of the division had to play against teams from the Regionalliga West and Nordost for promotion to the Bundesliga Nord.
Since teams thus qualify for the unified Bundesliga. In the name of the league was changed to Regionalliga, but the change incurred no further consequences.
With the introduction of the 2nd Bundesliga in the Regionalliga Nord moved to the third tier. The Regionalliga Nordost is the highest regional division in north-eastern Germany.
Teams belonging to one of the regional football associations of Berlin, Brandenburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt, or Thuringia compete in the league.
The division comprises twelve teams. The Oberliga was established in as the national league of the GDR. Late in the GDR football association was merged into the German Football Association and—just as in men's football—at the end of the season the top two teams of the former GDR top division were admitted to the Bundesliga.
Afterwards the teams from West Berlin were integrated into the Oberliga Nordost. In the following seasons the champion from the Regionalliga Nordost had to compete with the champions of the Regionalligas Nord and West for promotion to the Bundesliga Nord.
In the name of the league was changed to Regionalliga,  but the change incurred no further consequences. With the introduction of the 2nd Bundesliga in the Regionalliga Nordost moved to the third tier.
The Regionalliga Süd is the highest regional division in southern Germany. Teams belonging to one of the regional football associations of Bavaria, Baden, South Baden, Württemberg, and Hesse compete in the league.
Until the highest leagues in southern Germany were the Oberligas, one each for Bavaria, Hesse, and Baden-Württemberg.
When the 2nd Bundesliga was incepted in the Regionalliga Süd was dissolved and the teams were either promoted to the 2nd Bundesliga or relegated to the Oberligas.
The Regionalliga was reestablished in and again comprises the best teams from Bavaria, Hessen, and Baden-Württemberg.
The Regionalliga Südwest is the highest regional division in south-western Germany. Teams belonging to one of the regional football associations of Rhineland, Saarland, or Southwest compete in the league.
Until the highest leagues in south-western Germany were the Landesligas, one each for Rhineland, Saarland, and Southwest.
The champions of these division automatically qualified for the national championship. When in the Bundesliga was incepted the Landesligas automatically moved to the second tier.
The best teams from the Landesligas in south-western Germany played in relegation playoffs against each other for promotion to the Bundesliga South.
In the Oberliga Südwest was established as a league between the Bundesliga and the Landesligas. The best teams from the Landesligas Rhineland, Saarland, and Southwest qualified for this league.
Although the southwestern region was then presented by only one division the champion of that division had to play relegation playoffs to be admitted to the Bundesliga as the Bundesliga divisions were merged in to form a unified league.
Only two slots for promotion were thus available. With the introduction of the 2nd Bundesliga in the Regionalliga Südwest moved to the third tier.
The Regionalliga West is the highest regional division in western Germany. Teams belonging to one of the regional football associations of Middle Rhine, Lower Rhine, or Westphalia compete in the league.
Essentially that means, that teams from North-Rhine Westphalia compete in the league. From its inception in until the Regionalliga West was the highest league for women's football in western Germany.
The champion qualified for the German women's football championship. When in the Bundesliga was incepted the best teams of the Regionalliga automatically qualified for the northern division of the Bundesliga.
Afterwards the champion from the western division of the Regionalliga had to compete in relegation playoffs with the champion of the northern and north-eastern divisions for a spot in the Bundesliga.
When the Bundesliga was reformed to a single division in the Western German champion Wattenscheid 09 had to vie for qualification with the north-eastern champion as well as two teams which had achieved midtable results in the —97 Bundesliga season.
In the Regionalliga moved to the third tier when the 2. Bundesliga was established. Sources:     .
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Lichtenberg Halberstadt Bischofswerd Babelsberg Halberstadt Altglienicke 2. Berlin AK Meuselwitz BFC Dynamo Rathenow Nordhausen Auerbach BSG Chemie Cottbus 3.
Babelsberg Lok Leipzig 1. Viktoria 89 Lichtenberg Berlin AK Viktoria 89 8. Meuselwitz BFC Dynamo 6.
Lok Leipzig Bischofswerd Cottbus Babelsberg Auerbach BSG Chemie Rathenow Nordhausen 9. Altglienicke Lichtenberg Viktoria 89 Altglienicke 2.
Nordhausen Meuselwitz BSG Chemie Rathenow Babelsberg Auerbach Bischofswerd Cottbus 3. Fürstenwalde Lok Leipzig 1. BFC Dynamo Viktoria 89 8.
Lok Leipzig Halberstadt Cottbus Fürstenwalde 4. Auerbach Bischofswerd Rathenow Babelsberg Meuselwitz BSG Chemie Berlin AK Nordhausen 9.
Nordhausen BFC Dynamo 6. Babelsberg Meuselwitz Bischofswerd Rathenow Fürstenwalde Auerbach Halberstadt Cottbus 3.
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