Regionalliga

Regionalliga (plural: Regionalligen, translation: Regional Leagues) is a designation in Germany for sports leagues, which are led by one or more regional federations. Regionalligen often fall below the Bundesliga and 2nd Bundesliga of a given sport. The exception is the men's football regional league, which has been led in Germany by the DFB since 1992.

Other articles related to "regionalliga":

SV Lohhof - History
... After four seasons in tier IV play, SV won its way to the Regionalliga Süd (III) after a second place finish and successful promotion playoff in 1994 ... An unsuccessful Regionalliga campaign followed and the team was sent back down ... The club then suffered through disastrous string of reverses the finished last in the Regionalliga in 1999–2000, 18th of 20 in the Oberliga Bayern in 2000–01, and last in ...
Piranhas Rostock - Back To The Regionalliga
... to withdraw the club from the Oberliga and the club joined the newly formed Regionalliga Nord ... The Regionalliga Nord formed part of German fourth tier with the Regionalliga Ost (bolstered by Leipzig and Halle), the Regionalliga West, the Regionalliga Südwest, and the Bayernliga ...
SC Concordia Von 1907 - History - 1963 To 1974
... Concordia qualified for the new second division Regionalliga Nord despite only coming 14th in 1963 ... In its first Regionalliga season, Cordi continued to struggle but improved somewhat after 1964 ... After three seasons, the team returned to the Regionalliga for what was the final season for the Regionalligen before they were replaced by the 2nd Bundesligas in 1974 ...