Bezirksoberliga Oberbayern
Map of Bavaria with the location of Upper Bavaria highlighted
Founded1988
Folded2012
Country Germany
State Bavaria
Level on pyramidLevel 7
Promotion toLandesliga Süd
Relegation to
Last championsSC Eintracht Freising
(2011–12)

The Bezirksoberliga Oberbayern was the seventh tier of the German football league system in the Bavarian Regierungsbezirk of Upper Bavaria (German: Oberbayern). Until the introduction of the 3. Liga in 2008 it was the sixth tier of the league system, until the introduction of the Regionalligas in 1994 the fifth tier.

The league was disbanded at the end of the 2011–12 season, when major changes to the Bavarian football league system were carried out. Above the Bezirksoberligas, the Landesligas were expanded in number from three to five divisions and the Bezirke have two to three regional leagues, the Bezirksligas, as its highest level again, similar to the system in place until 1988.[1]

Overview

The Bezirksoberligas in Bavaria were introduced in 1988 to create a highest single-division playing level for each of the seven Regierungsbezirk. The term Bezirksoberliga translates roughly into County Premier League, a Regierungsbezirk being a similar administrative entity to a County.

Before the introduction of the Bezirksoberligas, the Bezirksliga was the level of play below the Landesliga. The Bezirksligas Oberbayern-Nord, Oberbayern-Süd and Oberbayern-Ost fed the Landesliga Bayern-Süd as they afterwards feed the Bezirksoberliga Oberbayern.

The winner of the Bezirksoberliga Oberbayern, like the winner of the Bezirksoberliga Schwaben, was directly promoted to the Landesliga Bayern-Süd. The two second placed teams out of those leagues played-off for another promotion spot. The winner went to Landesliga, the loser faced the 15th placed team out of the Landesliga for the last spot there. However, in some years additional promotion places were available in the Landesliga.

The three bottom teams of the Bezirksoberliga were relegated to the Bezirksliga, the team just above those faced a play-off against the second placed Bezirksliga teams.

Some of the clubs in the west of Oberbayern actually play in the Schwaben football league system. This is mostly because before the border reform in the 1970s some actually had belonged to Schwaben. Being geographically closer to Augsburg then Munich also makes a difference.

Oberbayern is the only one of the seven Bezirke to have three Bezirksligas. The reason for this is the fact that it is the most populous. The Bavarian FA actually regulates, how many Bezirksligas a Bezirk needs to have, based on the number of clubs in the region.

With the league reform at the end of the 2011–12 season, which includes an expansion of the number of Landesligas from three to five, the Bezirksoberligas were disbanded. Instead, the Bezirksligas took the place of the Bezirksoberligas below the Landesligas once more.[2]

The clubs from the Bezirksoberliga joined the following leagues:[3][4]

Top-three of the Bezirksoberliga

The top-three finishers in the league since its interception:[3][4]

Season Champions Runners-up Third
1988–89 BSG Himolla Taufkirchen MSV München ESV Freilassing
1989–90 FSV München ESV Freilassing VfR Neuburg
1990–91 ESV Ingolstadt 1. FC Miesbach + TSV 1860 München II +
1991–92 BSC Sendling FSV München ESV Neuaubing
1992–93 1. FC Miesbach SC Fürstenfeldbruck TuS Geretsried
1993–94 TSV Großhadern TuS Geretsried + ASV Dachau +
1994–95 ESV Freilassing TSV 1860 München II ASV Dachau
1995–96 FC Garmisch-Partenkirchen FC Ismaning 1. FC Traunstein
1996–97 TSV Ampfing FSV München + SpVgg Feldmoching +
1997–98 SC Eintracht Freising TuS Geretsried SpVgg Unterhaching II
1998–99 SpVgg Unterhaching II TSV München-Grünwald Falke Markt Schwaben
1999–2000 TSV Ebersberg Falke Markt Schwaben 1. FC Traunstein
2000–01 SV Gendorf–Burgkirchen Wacker Burghausen II ESV Ingolstadt
2001–02 BCF Wolfratshausen SV Raisting ESV Ingolstadt
2002–03 FT Starnberg 09 SV Heimstetten ESV Ingolstadt
2003–04 TSV Buchbach SC Fürstenfeldbruck II TSV Ampfing
2004–05 TSV Großhadern SK Srbija München FC Unterföhring
2005–06 TSV München–Grünwald + FC Ingolstadt 04 II + SV Pullach
2006–07 SV Raisting SB/DJK Rosenheim VfB Eichstätt
2007–08 SV Pullach FC Unterföhring VfB Eichstätt
2008–09 VfB Eichstätt TSV Eching SC Eintracht Freising
2009–10 FC Unterföhring FC Gerolfing SpVgg Feldmoching
2010–11 TSV Eching SV Kirchanschöring + VfR Garching +
2011–12 SC Eintracht Freising VfR Garching SC Kirchheim

Multiple winners

Only two clubs have won the league more than once:

Club Wins Years
SC Eintracht Freising 2 1998, 2012
TSV Großhadern 2 1994, 2005

League placings

The final placings in the league since its interception:[3]

Club S 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12
TSV 1860 München II 5 3 10 4 4 2 L B R R R R B B B R R R R R R R R
FC Ismaning 2 4 2 L L L L B B B B B B B B B B B B
SpVgg Unterhaching II 3 8 3 1 L L B B B B B B B R B B B
SV Heimstetten 5 7 9 6 4 2 L L L B B L L B B
TSV Buchbach 1 1 L L L L B B B B
FC Ingolstadt 04 II 1 2 5 2 L L B B B B
SB/DJK Rosenheim 11 5 10 5 16 14 15 11 6 13 6 2 L L L L B
SC Fürstenfeldbruck 4 L 12 4 6 2 L L L L L L L L L B B B B B L L L L L
Wacker Burghausen II 2 5 2 L L L L B B L L L L L
BCF Wolfratshausen 1 1 L L B L L L L L L L
SV Pullach 10 10 9 4 12 13 4 16 3 4 1 L L L L
VfB Eichstätt 3 3 3 1 L L L
FC Unterföhring 6 3 10 8 2 6 1 L L
TSV Eching 4 L L B B B L L L L L L L L L L L L 8 15 2 L 1 L
SV Kirchanschöring 8 14 10 7 11 4 7 9 2 L
SC Eintracht Freising 6 1 L L L L L L L L L 7 3 11 8 1
VfR Garching 7 4 8 13 14 4 3 2
SC Kirchheim 2 11 3
Falke Markt Schwaben 10 9 12 11 5 10 4 4 3 2 L B B L L L L L L L L 4
FT Starnberg 09 2 9 10 13 L 1 L L L 9 9 4 5 6 5
FC Deisenhofen 5 15 10 8 9 6
FC Gerolfing 2 2 L 7
SV Manching 1 8
TuS Holzkirchen 2 13 9
SpVgg Feldmoching 14 4 16 3 7 15 7 7 12 7 11 5 3 10 10
SV Raisting 12 12 12 16 10 9 2 L 8 4 5 1 L L 14 11
TSV Ampfing 8 B L L L L L L L 1 L L L L L 9 3 11 15 7 4 12
ASV Dachau 19 9 4 8 11 10 3 3 9 14 10 16 12 9 5 10 12 10 7 13
1. FC Miesbach 11 6 2 L 1 L L L L L L L L 15 10 8 11 10 12 15 14
TuS Geretsried 6 3 2 L L L 2 L L L 17 5 15
SC Baldham 7 4 5 12 13 14 12 16
SV Erlbach 5 12 6 13 6 13
Eintracht Karlsfeld 11 5 10 5 6 5 7 14 5 11 12 14
TSV Großhadern 6 L L L L L 1 L L L L L 8 5 14 1 L L L L L 15
BC Attaching 1 16
SC Olching 2 13 13
TSV Wasserburg 6 11 16 13 8 8 15
TSV Kösching 2 9 16
1. FC Traunstein 16 7 13 9 11 3 10 11 11 3 7 9 10 12 6 16 14
SC Gaißach 1 16
ESV Freilassing 9 3 2 L 8 5 8 1 L 6 15 14
TSV München-Grünwald 13 L L L L 9 10 9 6 13 2 L 8 6 6 5 9 1 L 15
SK Srbija München 4 11 2 L 6 16
SC Fürstenfeldbruck II 4 8 2 L 4 14
FC Perach 1 16
TSV Ottobrunn 8 15 6 13 8 9 5 14 14
Türk SV München 5 3 B B B B L L B B L L L L L L 13 9 15
MTV Berg 1 16
SV Gendorf 4 16 6 7 1 L L L
ESV Ingolstadt 1 6 L L 1 L L L 16 3 3 3 4
FC Neufahrn 6 13 11 11 8 7 14
FC Aschheim 2 5 15
TSV Reischach 2 10 15
SV Germering 6 6 5 13 10 11 16
VfR Neuburg 7 7 3 6 12 18 7 17
SV Lohhof 1 L L B B B B R B B B B R B L 18
TSV Ebersberg 4 8 8 1 L 12
FC Sportfreunde Eiting 1 16
VfL Waldkraiburg 1 13
TSV Forstenried 1 14
Gartenstadt Trudering 8 15 8 5 7 9 4 12 15
TSV Marktl 2 6 16
FC Emmering 8 8 7 7 14 5 12 12 15
TSV Milbertshofen 1 14
FC Garmisch 2 1 L L 13
SV Aubing 1 16
FSV München 3 6 L 1 L 2 7 15 4 2 L
FC Moosining 7 6 9 14 10 11 11 14
BSC Sendling 4 1 L 17 12 16
Himolla Taufkirchen 3 1 L L L L L L 7 15
FSV Pfaffenhofen 1 13
FC Croatia München 3 7 6 16
TSV Trudering 1 12
FC Wacker München 1 B L L L 14
SV Odelzhausen 1 16
ESV Neuabing 3 9 3 17
FC Penzberg 4 11 8 11 13
MSV München 3 2 L 12 15
SV Kranzberg 1 13
TSV Bad Endorf 2 11 15
TuS Raubling 2 12 14
SV Planegg-Krailling 1 15
TSV Allach 1 13
FC Schrobenhausen 3 1 14
SV Waldhausen 1 16

Key

Color Key
R Regionalliga Süd
B Bayernliga
L Landesliga Süd
1, 2, 3, ... Bezirksoberliga
1 League champions
Played at a league level below this league

Notes

All-time table

As of 2011, the ASV Dachau leads the all-time table of this league, 74 points ahead of the 1. FC Traunstein, third placed is the TSV München-Grünwald. The SV Aubing holds the 83rd and last place with 11 points. For the 2011–12 season, only one club will be joining the league that has never done so before, the SV Manching.[6]

References

  1. ^ Auf- und Abstiegsregelung der Bayernliga und der Landesligen für das Qualifikationsspieljahr 2011/2012 Archived September 5, 2011, at the Wayback Machine (in German) Bavarian FA website - Regulations for promotion and relegation in 2012, accessed: 16 July 2011
  2. ^ Untere Ligen erfahren eine Aufwertung (in German) Augsburger Allgemeine, published: 11 April 2011, accessed: 2 May 2011
  3. ^ a b c Tables and results of the BOL Oberbayern Archived 2011-10-02 at the Wayback Machine (in German) Manfreds Fussball Archiv, accessed: 4 February 2011
  4. ^ a b c Champions of the BOL Oberbayern 1988–2010[permanent dead link] DSFS, accessed: 5 May 2011
  5. ^ FT Starnberg 09 website - History (in German) accessed: 8 March 2011
  6. ^ "All-time table of the Bezirksoberliga Oberbayern 1988-2010". Manfreds Fussball Archiv. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2011-10-02. Retrieved 2011-02-08.

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