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The bottom four in each group enter a play-down round to determine the relegated teams. Until the introduction of the in 2008 it was the fourth tier of the league system, and until the introduction of the in 1994 the third tier. The league was formed in 1948 after as the highest level of hockey in Germany. A first-place finish was awarded 16 points, a sixteenth place one point. Schleswig-Holstein changed from Landesliga to Verbandsliga in 1978. From 1982, the top two teams in the league had to play-off for promotion again. With the reduction of the number of Regionalligen to two, the league came under the.

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Oberliga Nord (1947

Gamepitch oberliga nord

The winners of the two leagues would determine the Oberliga champion in a home-and-away series. The league reunited in a single division in 1970, now with a strength of 16 teams and direct promotion to the Bundesliga. The existed from 1994 till 2004 as a replacement for the. The league now became the only Oberliga with clubs from Berlin. Due to a lack of interest, the Oberliga North dissolved after the 2000-01 season. While the league champion moved up to the Bundesliga and the teams placed two to nine gained entry to the new second division, only the bottom seven clubs remained in the league. It was replaced by the in 2008, which is a merger of the and the.

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Oberliga Nord (1947

Gamepitch oberliga nord

In turn, the league above it took the name 2nd Bundesliga. Map of the five German Oberligas and East Germany in 1963. In 1975 and 1976, the two first placed teams of the Oberliga took part in the to determine the promoted teams to the 2nd Bundesliga Nord. Teams from the same league would meet each other four times now, while clubs from different divisions would only meet twice in the regular season. At the end of the 2011—12 season the number of Oberligas was increased from eleven to fourteen.

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Oberliga Nord (1947

Gamepitch oberliga nord

If the champion of an Oberliga is the B-team of a club which already has a team in the Regionalliga, or which has a team which will be relegated to the Regionalliga, the B-team cannot be promoted, and the next highest qualified team will be promoted instead. Oberliga Sport Founded 1948 72 years ago 1948 No. The league changes in 2008 with the introduction of the 3rd Liga meant the Oberligen was now the fifth tier of league football in Germany. With the exception of the -era , the term Oberliga equivalent to Premier League in English was used prior to the in 1963 for first-division leagues in Germany. The three clubs from this region which were still interested in playing on Oberliga level joined the southern division.

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Oberliga Nord

Gamepitch oberliga nord

In 1946—47, 1947—48 and from 1953—54 till 1962—63 it was split in a northern and a southern division. The highest level of league play in Berlin is now the. The league was formed from clubs from five different leagues: Three clubs from the Oberliga Nordost, the former , eight clubs from the , the former East German second division, one club from the Bezirksliga Schwerin, one of the regional leagues of the old East German third league level, one from the Verbandsliga Brandenburg, a new league, and six clubs from the , the West-German third division for the city of Berlin. In 1977 and 1978, the top four teams from the Oberliga Nord went to this competition. The decided to form the to replace the Oberliga as the new top division.

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Since then it has been a single league and is the oldest Oberliga to operate continuously in this format. The league placings of the clubs playing in the Oberligen for the last ten seasons were taken into consideration, whereby results from 1952 to 1955 counted once, results from 1955 to 1959 counted double and results from 1959 to 1963 triple. It is one of fourteen in German football. The was formed in 1974 to form a highest playing level for the states of , , and. The four Regionalligen were introduced as an intermediate level between 2nd Bundesliga and Oberligen, relegating the Oberligen to fourth tier from now on. Originally having three divisions, in 1994 the ceased and its clubs were split between the other two divisions, and. The league expanded to twelve in the coming seasons.

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