2. Oberliga Süd

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2. Oberliga Süd
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Founded1950
Folded1963 (13 seasons)
Replaced by Regionalliga Süd
CountryFlag of Germany.svg  Germany
State
Level on pyramid Level 2
Promotion to Oberliga Süd
Relegation to
Last champions FSV Frankfurt
(1962–63)

The 2. Oberliga Süd was the second-highest level of the German football league system in the south of Germany from 1950 until the formation of the Bundesliga in 1963. It covered the three states of Bavaria, Baden-Württemberg and Hesse.

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Overview

The 2. Oberliga Süd was formed in 1950 as a feeder league to the Oberliga Süd which had been operating since 1945. It was the second of the three second Oberligas, the other two being 2. Oberliga West (1949) and 2. Oberliga Südwest (1951).

The winners and runners-up of this league were promoted to the Oberliga Süd, the bottom two teams relegated to the Amateurligas. Below the 2nd Oberliga were the following Amateurligas:

The 1. FC Pforzheim was the only club to have played all 13 seasons in the league.

Disbanding of the 2. Oberliga

In 1963 the league was dissolved. The teams on the places one to nine went to the new Regionalliga Süd, the new second division. The teams from 10 to 18 were relegated to the Amateurligas.

The following teams were admitted to the new Regionalliga:

The following teams were relegated to the Amateurligas:

Winners and runners-up of the 2. Oberliga Süd

SeasonWinnerRunner-Up
1950–51 Stuttgarter Kickers Viktoria Aschaffenburg
1951–52 TSG Ulm 1846 BC Augsburg
1952–53 SSV Jahn Regensburg KSV Hessen Kassel
1953–54 TSV Schwaben Augsburg SSV Reutlingen
1954–55 TSV 1860 Munich Viktoria Aschaffenburg
1955–56 Freiburger FC FC Bayern Munich
1956–57TSV 1860 MunichSSV Reutlingen
1957–58 SV Waldhof Mannheim TSG Ulm 1846
1958–59Stuttgarter Kickers FC Bayern Hof
1959–60SV Waldhof MannheimJahn Regensburg
1960–61BC AugsburgSchwaben Augsburg
1961–62KSV Hessen KasselTSG Ulm 1846
1962–63 FSV Frankfurt ESV Ingolstadt

Placings in the 2. Oberliga Süd

The league placings from 1950 to 1963: [1]

Club515253545556575859606162 63
FC Bayern Munich SSSSS2SSSSSSS
TSV 1860 Munich SSS41S1SSSSSS
SSV Reutlingen S1182SS2SSSSSS
FC Bayern Hof 87434141452SSSS
BC Augsburg S2SSSSSSS61SS
TSV Schwaben Augsburg SS51SSS172SS
TSG Ulm 1846 101S931332SSS2S
KSV Hessen Kassel 432SS129155741S
FSV Frankfurt SSSSSSSSSSSS1
ESV Ingolstadt 2
SV Waldhof Mannheim SSSS8671S1SS3
1. FC Pforzheim 6415115114111391234
Freiburger FC 141468111S4311665
Stuttgarter Kickers 1SSSSSSS1S8146
TSV Amicitia Viernheim 691315137
SpVgg Neu-Isenburg 68816678
Borussia Fulda 1617959
SV Darmstadt 98 S1012612712714101810
VfB Helmbrechts 161514154101211
VfL Neustadt 99133412111112
SSV Jahn Regensburg 381SSSSS72S1513
1. FC Haßfurt 1014
Viktoria Aschaffenburg 2SSS2SSSSS3815
FC Singen 04 S15147738181413916
FC Hanau 93 161041110617417
VfR Heilbronn 1818
SV Wiesbaden 999141481613123516
SpVgg Bayreuth 51417
ASV Cham 51313151555916151618
TSV Straubing 761113610101210817
1. FC Bamberg 121231216181118
VfB Friedberg 18
Karlsruher FV 105131517
FC Penzberg 17
SpVgg Weiden 17
ASV Durlach 11571018
Union Böckingen 161617
FC Wacker München 131718
ASV Feudenheim 1617
VfL Neckarau SS18
VfR Aalen 18
SG Arheilgen 15
VfL Konstanz 17
SV Tübingen 18

Source: "2nd Oberliga Süd". Das deutsche Fussball-Archiv. Archived from the original on 5 January 2008. Retrieved 2008-01-08.

Key

SymbolKey
S Oberliga Süd
1League champions
PlaceLeague
BlankPlayed at a league level below this league

Top scorers

YearPlayerClubGoals
1950–51KlimmeckSV Wiesbaden32
1951–52PlatzerBC Augsburg24
1952–53HubenyJahn Regensburg24
1953–54StruzinaSchwaben Augsburg26
HuttnerFC Bayern Hof26
1954–55KircherTSG Ulm 184625
1955–56LebefrommWaldhof Mannheim27
1956–57HohmannWaldhof Mannheim26
1957–58RuoffTSG Ulm 184628
1958–59HornFC Bayern Hof27
1959–60SchmidSV Wiesbaden31
1960–61 Helmut Haller BC Augsburg31
1961–62KrehFC Hassfurt30
1962–63WeselowskiAmicitia Viernheim24

Source:100 Jahre Süddeutscher Fussball-Verband. Vindelica Verlag. 1997. p. 170.

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References

  1. Das deutsche Fußball-Archiv (in German) Historical German domestic league tables

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