1963–64 Regionalliga

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Regionalliga
Season1963–64
Champions FC St. Pauli
SC Tasmania 1900 Berlin
Alemannia Aachen
Borussia Neunkirchen
KSV Hessen Kassel
Promoted Borussia Neunkirchen
Hannover 96
Relegated VfL Oldenburg
HSV Barmbek-Uhlenhorst
SC Union 06 Berlin
SpVgg Herten
VfB Bottrop
Sportfreunde Siegen
TuS Duisburg 48/99
Lüner SV
ASV Landau
SV Niederlahnstein
SpVgg 03 Neu-Isenburg
Borussia Fulda
BC Augsburg
Amicitia Viernheim
1964–65

The 1963–64 Regionalliga was the inaugural Regionalliga season. The league operated in five regional divisions, Berlin, North, South, Southwest and West. The five league champions and the runners-up from the west, south, southwest and north then entered a promotion play-off to determine the two clubs to move up to the Bundesliga for the next season. Southwest champions Borussia Neunkirchen and northern runners-up Hannover 96 were promoted.

Contents

Regionalliga Nord

Table

The inaugural 1963–64 season saw 18 clubs in the league, the 13 clubs from the Oberliga Nord that did not qualify for the Bundesliga and five from the Northern German Amateurligas.

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion, qualification or relegation
1 FC St. Pauli 3421948735+5251Qualification to promotion playoffs
2 Hannover 96 (P)3422577827+5149
3 Arminia Hannover 3418977344+2945
4 FC Altona 93 34212118246+3644
5 Holstein Kiel 3418797248+2443
6 VfL Osnabrück 34167115652+439
7 VfB Oldenburg 34166126350+1338
8 ASV Bergedorf 85 34139126565035
9 VfL Wolfsburg 341461450611134
10 VfR Neumünster 34129135661533
11 Victoria Hamburg 349111449712229
12 TuS Bremerhaven 93 34910154848028
13 VfV Hildesheim 341081640531328
14 VfB Lübeck 341151859781927
15 SV Friedrichsort 347101746853924
16 Concordia Hamburg 34871939622323
17 VfL Oldenburg (R)346111736693323Relegation to Amateurliga
18 HSV Barmbek-Uhlenhorst (R)34592040844419
Source: Fussballdaten.de (in German)
Rules for classification: 1) Points;
(P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.

Results

Home \ Away A93 ARM BAR B85 B93 CON FRI H96 HIL HOL LÜB NEU BOL LOL OSN STP VIC WOL
FC Altona 93 2–02–04–31–00–27–24–10–10–24–12–03–21–14–00–21–15–0
Arminia Hannover 1–36–02–22–11–16–02–12–11–14–33–10–00–04–00–12–23–1
HSV Barmbek-Uhlenhorst 1–91–22–21–42–11–12–31–11–22–11–30–22–21–20–02–23–2
ASV Bergedorf 85 0–41–31–22–23–02–21–05–23–34–01–01–14–02–22–12–33–2
Bremerhaven 93 1–20–13–10–12–13–01–13–13–23–01–21–10–03–02–23–21–2
Concordia Hamburg 1–32–52–11–21–15–10–52–11–40–22–01–44–03–00–21–20–3
SV Friedrichsort 0–42–22–03–51–03–21–14–11–17–31–22–11–10–12–71–30–3
Hannover 96 4–13–01–12–02–10–02–02–04–07–00–21–03–05–10–02–03–0
VfV Hildesheim 1–00–33–01–12–22–00–00–52–01–14–21–21–23–01–40–03–0
Holstein Kiel 2–32–15–13–01–13–04–02–00–04–03–11–17–02–12–31–02–1
VfB Lübeck 2–11–14–14–21–02–01–30–21–23–16–16–03–02–42–21–32–2
VfR Neumünster 3–02–23–12–34–11–12–11–42–02–41–12–12–26–11–13–31–1
VfB Oldenburg 3–10–22–12–01–12–03–20–23–06–23–20–12–10–30–23–07–0
VfL Oldenburg 1–31–42–31–12–11–10–00–21–02–23–03–13–30–23–20–10–2
VfL Osnabrück 1–33–04–22–02–20–05–02–12–02–02–01–12–31–01–22–22–0
FC St. Pauli 4–12–11–15–03–11–21–14–32–22–04–04–04–21–00–02–06–0
Victoria Hamburg 2–43–41–13–21–03–21–10–40–31–22–41–10–24–31–41–70–0
VfL Wolfsburg 1–01–33–11–42–00–05–11–21–01–22–01–02–12–23–04–31–1
Updated to match(es) played on unknown. Source: Almanacco Illustrato del Calcio - La Storia 1898-2004, Panini Edizioni, Modena, September 2005 (in Italian)
Colours: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Regionalliga Berlin

The inaugural 1963–64 season saw ten clubs in the league, seven clubs from the Oberliga Berlin and three from the Amateurliga Berlin.

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion, qualification or relegation
1 Tasmania 1900 Berlin 2721427322+5146Qualification to promotion playoffs
2 Tennis Borussia Berlin 2719447322+5142
3 Wacker 04 Berlin 2715485245+734
4 Spandauer SV 2713776341+2233
5 Blau-Weiß 90 Berlin 27951337551823
6 Hertha Zehlendorf 27112144647124
7 Reinickendorfer Füchse 27851431461521
8 Berliner SV 1892 27671428492119
9 BFC Südring 27731736642817
10 SC Union 06 Berlin (R)27432023714811Relegation to Amateurliga
Source: Fussballdaten.de (in German)
Rules for classification: 1) Points;
(R) Relegated.

Regionalliga West

Table

The inaugural 1963–64 season saw 20 clubs in the league, the eleven clubs from the Oberliga West that did not qualify for the Bundesliga, eight from the 2. Oberliga West and one club from the Verbandsliga Westfalen, the Lüner SV.

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion, qualification or relegation
1 Alemannia Aachen 38275610537+6859Qualification to promotion playoffs
2 Wuppertaler SV 38191456636+3052
3 Fortuna Düsseldorf 3821898550+3550
4 TSV Marl-Hüls 38208105641+1548
5 SC Viktoria Köln 38197127753+2445
6 Westfalia Herne 381710116963+644
7 Rot-Weiß Oberhausen 381610126858+1042
8 Borussia Mönchengladbach 38177147147+2441
9 Duisburger SpV 381313125455139
10 Rot-Weiss Essen 381312137064+638
11 Arminia Bielefeld 381410146574938
12 Bayer 04 Leverkusen 38139166262035
13 Schwarz-Weiß Essen 381381760711134
14 Sportfreunde Hamborn 3812101649712234
15 STV Horst-Emscher 381191856751931
16 SpVgg Herten (R)381271955792431Relegation to Amateurliga
17 VfB Bottrop (R)381181953681530
18 Sportfreunde Siegen (R)389111869851629
19 TuS Duisburg 48/99 (R)38942547884122
20 Lüner SV (R)385825411016018
Source: Fussballdaten.de (in German)
Rules for classification: 1) Points;
(R) Relegated.

Results

Home \ Away ALE ARM LEV BOT MÖN D48 DUI FDÜ HER HOR LÜN MAR RWE RWO SWE SHA SFS VIK WEH WUP
Alemannia Aachen 8–03–12–03–04–06–04–17–06–02–00–13–12–12–15–01–02–01–02–0
Arminia Bielefeld 1–12–24–43–21–21–11–01–12–32–01–23–01–01–16–14–24–22–00–3
Bayer Leverkusen 0–24–02–22–03–01–10–14–13–04–13–01–11–10–20–03–12–13–30–0
VfB Bottrop 2–10–32–10–16–01–11–32–12–13–02–01–10–01–35–00–00–10–11–0
Borussia Mönchengladbach 2–35–00–21–12–01–30–05–24–06–11–03–03–11–22–03–10–22–20–1
TuS Duisburg 48/99 2–30–21–32–40–30–10–10–14–34–10–11–34–20–11–14–12–42–42–1
Duisburger SpV 1–24–03–11–01–11–02–40–22–21–11–11–11–13–13–23–13–01–01–1
Fortuna Düsseldorf 5–32–02–14–12–16–13–21–23–03–02–32–08–51–15–06–23–20–01–1
SpVgg Herten 1–22–05–13–13–11–23–22–22–11–10–10–31–22–20–11–11–20–52–3
STV Horst-Emscher 1–10–23–10–01–22–00–11–44–01–14–23–10–22–03–11–10–10–21–2
Lüner SV 2–61–32–02–11–21–23–01–12–22–31–40–32–02–21–43–10–73–32–2
TSV Marl-Hüls 1–11–14–12–02–13–12–00–02–03–04–11–11–01–32–15–10–02–01–1
Rot-Weiss Essen 2–33–34–37–21–53–11–10–11–22–34–02–02–52–22–41–11–13–12–2
Rot-Weiß Oberhausen 3–03–22–22–02–13–22–22–11–32–23–13–00–02–00–04–13–12–21–1
Schwarz-Weiß Essen 1–93–44–00–11–54–02–00–21–06–22–00–10–21–01–11–11–31–31–1
Sportfreunde Hamborn 07 0–02–02–14–01–01–21–12–25–21–12–01–00–43–12–31–22–12–40–2
Sportfreunde Siegen 2–03–33–46–31–10–01–22–11–13–54–05–10–21–24–30–05–25–11–3
SC Viktoria Köln 2–13–10–13–21–10–01–03–27–11–14–00–12–21–31–06–04–22–14–2
Westfalia Herne 1–22–01–03–20–23–31–00–01–12–24–22–13–14–23–23–13–31–10–3
Wuppertaler SV 2–21–12–12–01–14–24–34–02–01–01–00–00–11–06–10–03–02–11–1
Updated to match(es) played on unknown. Source: Almanacco Illustrato del Calcio - La Storia 1898-2004, Panini Edizioni, Modena, September 2005 (in Italian)
Colours: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Regionalliga Südwest

The inaugural 1963–64 season saw 20 clubs in the league, the 14 clubs from the Oberliga Südwest that did not qualify for the Bundesliga and six from the 2. Oberliga Südwest.

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion, qualification or relegation
1 Borussia Neunkirchen (P)382510310632+7460Qualification to promotion playoffs
2 FK Pirmasens 38275612849+7959
3 Wormatia Worms 3825858541+4458
4 1. FSV Mainz 05 38207118257+2547
5 Eintracht Trier 381611117268+443
6 SV Saar 05 Saarbrücken 381512117852+2642
7 VfR Kaiserslautern 381610126554+1142
8 Sportfreunde Saarbrücken 38176158162+1940
9 Phönix Ludwigshafen 381510135856+240
10 Ludwigshafener SC 38176156664+240
11 TuS Neuendorf 38167158473+1139
12 TuRa Ludwigshafen 38149156454+1037
13 Röchling Völklingen 381113146574935
14 SpVgg Weisenau 3811121560771734
15 VfR Frankenthal 381281855772232
16 BSC Oppau 381361949712232
17 Phönix Bellheim 381152267993227
18 TSC Zweibrücken 38872350984823
19 ASV Landau (R)386527391107117Relegation to Amateurliga
20 SV Niederlahnstein (R)386131371238613
Source: Fussballdaten.de (in German)
Rules for classification: 1) Points;
(P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.

Regionalliga Süd

The inaugural 1963–64 season saw 20 clubs in the league, the eleven clubs from the Oberliga Süd that did not qualify for the Bundesliga and nine from the 2. Oberliga Süd.

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion, qualification or relegation
1 KSV Hessen Kassel 38255811661+5555Qualification to promotion playoffs
2 FC Bayern München 38228811561+5452
3 Kickers Offenbach 3821899666+3050
4 Schwaben Augsburg 38191187756+2149
5 SSV Reutlingen 38199107661+1547
6 VfR Mannheim 38189116850+1845
7 FC Schweinfurt 05 38179128255+2743
8 TSG Ulm 1846 38202167374142
9 SpVgg Fürth 381411136861+739
10 Freiburger FC 38149155861337
11 SV Waldhof Mannheim 38156175660436
12 ESV Ingolstadt 3812111561812035
13 FC Bayern Hof 38129176164333
14 Stuttgarter Kickers 381291754742033
15 1. FC Pforzheim 381291751752433
16 FSV Frankfurt 381352069851631
17 SpVgg 03 Neu-Isenburg (R)381152249803127Relegation to Amateurliga
18 Borussia Fulda (R)388102053772426
19 BC Augsburg (R)381052348904225
20 Amicitia Viernheim (R)38862447863922
Source: Fussballdaten.de (in German)
Rules for classification: 1) Points;
(R) Relegated.

Promotion playoffs

Decider

The runners-up of the Regionalliga West and Regionalliga Südwest played a two-leg decider to determined which team qualified for the group stage, which FK Pirmasens won on aggregate.

Team 1 Agg. Team 21st leg2nd leg
Wuppertaler SV (W)1–4 FK Pirmasens (SW)0–21–2

Group 1

Table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGRPtsPromotion
1 Borussia Neunkirchen (C)6402961.5008Promotion to 1964–65 Bundesliga
2 Bayern Munich 63121271.7147
3 Tasmania Berlin 62221291.3336
4 FC St. Pauli 61148180.4443
Source: Fussballdaten.de
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal ratio.
(C) Champion.

Results

Home \ Away NKI MUN TAB STP
Borussia Neunkirchen 0–11–04–1
Bayern Munich 0–21–16–1
Tasmania Berlin 5–13–03–3
FC St. Pauli 0–10–43–0
Updated to match(es) played on unknown. Source: Fussballdaten.de
Colours: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Group 2

Table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGRPtsPromotion
1 Hannover 96 (C)65011562.50010Promotion to 1964–65 Bundesliga
2 KSV Hessen Kassel 630311120.9176
3 Alemannia Aachen 620410120.8334
4 FK Pirmasens 620410160.6254
Source: Fussballdaten.de
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal ratio.
(C) Champion.

Results

Home \ Away H96 KAS AAC PIR
Hannover 96 3–12–12–0
KSV Hessen Kassel 1–22–01–4
Alemannia Aachen 3–21–25–1
FK Pirmasens 0–42–43–0
Updated to match(es) played on unknown. Source: Fussballdaten.de
Colours: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

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