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★ Frauen-Regionalliga

In female-Regionalliga is the third-tier of German womens football Association. In female-Regionalliga comprises five separate leagues. Until 2017, the champion of each League has been upgraded to 2. Female-Bundesliga for next season, so were the winners of the two groups progress in 2018. Starting in 2019, the three winners of the playoffs qualify for the next 2 seasons. Bundesliga.

                                     

1. Mode. (Режим)

In all divisions the season consists of two rounds. The club meets every other team once in each round, once at home and once away. The number of games therefore depends on the number of teams in the division starting from ten to fourteen to the South West. The season usually begins in August or September, with the first round finishing in December. Then the second round begins in February and ends in may or June. Sometimes took place in December, the first games of the second round.

In the final standings are determined by points a club has earned over the season. A win is worth 3 points, a draw 1 and a loss 0. In tiebreakers, in descending order of goal difference, goals scored and head to head results. If the tie cannot be broken played solution to this dispute is.

Until the end of the 2016-17 season Champions divisions were transferred in the 2nd Bundesliga. After the season 2017-18, two groups of four teams play round action, during which the winners of the groups were also promoted and the 2nd Bundesliga contract for Division one for next season. From 2018-19, the three winners of the two matches to earn promotion. If the champion of the division will refuse to participate in the playoffs, his perceived enemy increases, and if the champion, especially in the reserve team of the 2nd Bundesliga club, has the right, following any right of the club joins the round stock. If the playoff winner refuse or be denied a raise, the loser is automatically qualified for the 2nd Bundesliga next season and if the playoffs and the loser reduced or denied, no team is promoted and the amount of reduction from the 2nd division is reduced. There is no rule that the division of the 2nd Bundesliga was allocated by the team and the German football Association decides that from season to season. The number of teams relegated to the third tier depends on the clubs were relegated from the 2nd Bundesliga. In the season the clubs cant be attributed to a specific division Regionalliga while another division gets three new teams due to relegation. Promotion and relegation between the Regionalliga and the League under serves as a cushion to keep the division Regionalliga in size they should have.

                                     

2. Regionalliga Nord

In 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 and Bremen compete in the League. The division consists of fourteen teams.

                                     

2.1. Regionalliga Nord History. (История)

Until 1986 the Highest leagues in Northern Germany were the Landesligas, one each for Bremen, Hamburg, Lower Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein. The Champions from these divisions automatically qualified for the national championship. When in 1986 in Oberliga Nord was created by the best team from each regional Association was admitted to the new League. Although the best teams from each Association still qualified for the national championship this determined the final standings in Oberliga Nord.

When in 1990 the Female-Bundesliga appeared in the Regionalliga automatically moves to the second tier. The best teams from the Regionalliga qualified for the Bundesliga Nord in his first season. Later Champions of the division had to play against a team from Regionalliga West and Nordost for promotion in the Bundesliga Nord. Since the 1997 team, thus qualify for the unified Bundesliga. In 1994, the League name was changed to Regionalliga, but the changes did not suffer any further consequences. With the introduction of the 2nd Bundesliga in 2004 the Regionalliga Nord moved to the third level.



                                     

3. Regionalliga Nordost. (Нордост Regionalliga)

In the Regionalliga Nordost is the highest a regional office in North-Eastern Germany. Teams belonging to one of the regional football associations of Berlin, Brandenburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt, Thuringia or compete in the League. The division comprises twelve teams.

                                     

3.1. Regionalliga Nordost. History. (История)

In Oberliga was established in 1990, the National League of the GDR. When the GDR United with the FRG in the same year to play in Oberliga continued. At the end of 1990 the football Association of the GDR were United in the German football Association and - as in mens football at the end of the season the top two teams of the Higher League of the former GDR were accepted in the Bundesliga. After that, the team from West Berlin was integrated into the Nordost Oberliga. The following season champion of the Regionalliga Nordost had to compete with the Champions of the Regionalligas Nord and the West to promote in the Bundesliga Nord.

Since the 1997 team, thus qualify for the unified Bundesliga. In 1995, the League name was changed to Regionalliga, but the changes did not suffer any further consequences. With the introduction of the 2nd Bundesliga in 2004 the Regionalliga Nordost moved to the third level.

                                     

4. Regionalliga Court. (Суд Regionalliga)

In Regionalliga Sud 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 to compete in the League. The division consists of fourteen teams.

History. (История)

Until 1986 the highest leagues in South Germany, was one Oberligas, Bavaria, Hesse and Baden-württemberg. The Champions from these divisions had to play against teams from other Landesligas in South Germany for promotion in the Bundesliga. When in the 2nd Bundesliga was launched in 2004 the Regionalliga Sud was dissolved and the teams were either promoted to the 2nd Bundesliga or relegated to the Oberligas. In the Regionalliga was reestablished in 2007, and again includes the best teams from Bavaria, Hessen and Baden-württemberg.

                                     

5. Regionalliga Sudwest

In the Regionalliga Sudwest-the highest of the regional office in South-West Germany. Teams belonging to one of the regional football associations of the Rhineland, Saarland or South-West to compete in the League. The division consists of fourteen teams.

                                     

5.1. Regionalliga Sudwest History. (История)

Until 1990, the Highest League in South-West Germany were the Landesligas, one for the Rhineland, Saarland, and southwest. The Champions of these divisions automatically qualified for the national championship. When in 1990 the Bundesliga appeared in the Landesligas is automatically moved to the second tier. The best teams from the Landesligas in South-West Germany played in the relegation playoff against each other for promotion in the Bundesliga South. In 1996 Oberliga Sudwest was created by the League between the Bundesliga and Landesligas. The best teams from the Landesligas Rhineland, Saarland, and southwest qualified for this League. Although later in the South-West region was represented by only one Division the champion of that division had to play in relegation playoffs will be admitted to the Bundesliga as the Bundesliga divisions were merged in 1997 to form a single League. Thus, it was only available two slots for promotion.

In 2000, the League name was changed to Regionalliga, but the changes did not suffer any further consequences. With the introduction of the 2nd Bundesliga in 2004 the Regionalliga Sudwest moved to the third level.



                                     

6. Regionalliga West. (Regionalliga Запад)

In the Regionalliga West is the highest regional division in West Germany. Teams belonging to one of the regional football Association middle Rhine, Lower Rhine, Westphalia, or compete in the League. In essence, this means that teams from the North Rhine-Westphalia compete in the League. The division consists of fourteen teams.

                                     

6.1. Regionalliga West. History. (История)

Since its creation in 1985 until 1990, Regionalliga West was in the highest League for womens football in West Germany. The champion has qualified for the German womens football championship. When in 2000 appeared the Bundesliga best teams in Regionalliga are automatically qualified for the Northern division of the Bundesliga. After this champion of the Regionalliga West division had to compete in a relegation playoff with the champion of the Northern and North-Eastern districts for a place in the Bundesliga. When the Bundesliga was transformed into a separate unit in 1997, champion West Germany wattenscheid 09 and had to fight for qualification in the North East champion, and two teams who achieved results midtable in the 1996-97 season in the Bundesliga. In 2003 moved to the Regionalliga, the third tier when 2. The Bundesliga was created.

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