2007–08 Regionalliga

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Regionalliga
Season2007–08
Promoted
Relegated Sportfreunde Siegen
2008–09

The 2007–08 Regionalliga season was the 14th season of the Regionalliga at tier three of the German football league system. It was contested in two geographical divisions with eighteen teams in the south and nineteen in the north. The champions, Rot Weiss Ahlen and FSV Frankfurt, and the runners-up, Rot-Weiß Oberhausen and FC Ingolstadt 04, of every division were promoted to the 2. Bundesliga.

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With the introduction of the 3. Liga for the 2008–09 season, 2007–08 was the final season of the Regionalliga as the third tier of German football. Qualification for the new league was determined through this 2007–08 season's 2. Bundesliga and the Regionalliga. Because of the introduction of the 3. Liga above and a third regional division of the Regionalliga, the Regionalliga West, only one club was relegated from the league after declaring insolvency.

North

Table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion or relegation
1 Rot Weiss Ahlen (C, P)36191077341+3267Promotion to 2008–09 2. Bundesliga
2 Rot-Weiß Oberhausen (P)3619986432+3266
3 Fortuna Düsseldorf (Q)36197104929+2064 2008–09 3. Liga
4 1. FC Union Berlin (Q)36179106749+1860
5 SV Werder Bremen II (Q)36185135244+859
6 Wuppertaler SV (Q)36177126050+1058
7 Rot-Weiß Erfurt (Q)361511107046+2456
8 SG Dynamo Dresden (Q)361510114539+655
9 Kickers Emden (Q)36166144339+454
10 Eintracht Braunschweig (Q)36131495550+553
11 1. FC Magdeburg 361411113937+253 2008–09 Regionalliga
12 Rot-Weiss Essen 36149134236+651
13 Borussia Dortmund II 361212123537248
14 Energie Cottbus II 361281631441344
15 SV Babelsberg 03 368101833532034
16 VfB Lübeck 36972032582634
17 Hamburger SV II 36891936582233
18 SC Verl 36952232552332
19 VfL Wolfsburg II 36572420816122
Source: "RL Nord: Spielpaarungen, Tabelle und Ergebnisse der Saison 2007/08 am 38. Spieltag" (in German). 7 August 2008. Archived from the original on 6 August 2010. Retrieved 7 August 2010.
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (Q) Qualified to the phase indicated.

Results

Home \ Away AHL OBE DUE BER BRE WUP ERF DRE EMD BRA MAG ESS DOR COT BAB LÜB HSV VER WOL
Rot Weiss Ahlen 1–35–13–14–22–51–21–22–00–13–12–01–11–03–03–03–04–11–1
Rot-Weiß Oberhausen 0–02–23–01–20–10–00–13–22–02–11–03–10–03–23–05–14–25–0
Fortuna Düsseldorf 1–13–00–12–02–02–01–20–21–10–20–04–03–02–00–11–03–03–0
1. FC Union Berlin 4–40–30–12–01–11–14–21–02–21–22–22–10–11–14–32–10–04–0
SV Werder Bremen II 0–03–22–01–02–11–21–22–11–13–00–43–13–10–03–22–00–23–0
Wuppertaler SV B. 0–42–00–14–30–23–01–10–01–11–22–21–14–34–02–10–21–07–2
Rot-Weiß Erfurt 6–31–20–42–03–15–12–23–02–24–14–00–00–11–11–13–13–05–0
Dynamo Dresden 1–30–20–00–10–23–02–22–11–11–01–00–01–03–20–04–12–03–0
Kickers Emden 1–02–01–21–02–11–21–02–10–11–00–04–11–03–10–23–22–01–2
E. Braunschweig 0–22–11–13–50–01–43–23–20–11–12–12–05–01–33–32–13–23–1
1. FC Magdeburg 2–20–01–01–11–12–03–31–01–31–10–10–21–11–13–02–02–02–0
Rot-Weiss Essen 0–21–40–00–33–01–03–21–10–10–02–00–00–11–20–12–12–03–0
Borussia Dortmund II 0–20–00–11–11–41–11–12–03–21–00–10–02–01–01–03–11–01–2
FC E. Cottbus II 1–10–00–10–21–00–12–11–14–23–22–11–20–30–11–12–00–10–0
SV Babelsberg 03 1–31–43–00–31–21–01–10–11–11–20–01–30–00–11–01–30–13–2
VfB Lübeck 0–20–03–13–73–00–20–31–02–10–00–11–20–40–11–03–10–30–1
Hamburger SV II 1–10–00–30–20–22–32–12–00–01–10–00–30–02–10–03–01–13–0
SC Verl 2–21–21–22–30–30–30–11–10–00–20–11–01–00–11–31–00–25–1
VfL Wolfsburg II 0–10–40–10–31–01–20–30–20–03–20–10–30–11–10–00–02–20–3
Source: [ citation needed ]
Colours: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

South

Table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion or relegation
1 FSV Frankfurt (C, P)34171165731+2662Promotion to 2008–09 2. Bundesliga
2 FC Ingolstadt 04 (P)3418885036+1462
3 VfB Stuttgart II (Q)3417895230+2259 2008–09 3. Liga
4 VfR Aalen (Q)3416996445+1957
5 SV Sandhausen (Q)34176114838+1057
6 SpVgg Unterhaching (Q)34159105544+1154
7 SV Wacker Burghausen (Q)34121393637149
8 FC Bayern Munich II (Q)341211115342+1147
9 SSV Jahn Regensburg (Q)34145154048847
10 Stuttgarter Kickers (Q)341112113835+345
11 Sportfreunde Siegen (R)34101593537245Relegation to Oberliga [lower-alpha 1]
12 SSV Reutlingen 05 341014104546144 2008–09 Regionalliga
13 TSV 1860 München II 34126164044442
14 KSV Hessen Kassel 34814125157638
15 SV Elversberg 341081635521738
16 Karlsruher SC II 348131333451237
17 SC Pfullendorf 34810163537234
18 FSV Ludwigshafen-Oggersheim 34262617745712
Source: "RL Süd: Spielpaarungen, Tabelle und Ergebnisse der Saison 2007/08 am 38. Spieltag" (in German). 7 August 2008. Archived from the original on 6 August 2010. Retrieved 7 August 2010.
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (Q) Qualified to the phase indicated; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. Sportfreunde Siegen filed for insolvency after the season and therefore had to relegate themselves forcefully.

Results

Home \ Away FRA ING VFB AAL SAN UNT BUR BAY REG STU SIE REU MUE KAS ELV KSC PFU OGG
FSV Frankfurt 3–11–12–00–21–01–12–21–30–01–12–21–20–02–01–13–22–0
FC Ingolstadt 04 0–53–12–10–02–01–11–00–12–32–22–02–13–01–11–12–02–1
VfB Stuttgart II 1–10–12–34–02–31–11–01–21–02–20–11–21–02–02–12–02–0
VfR Aalen 1–04–01–23–10–02–21–12–51–02–15–12–01–22–12–02–25–0
SV Sandhausen 0–30–31–03–01–03–03–31–02–21–00–11–03–21–21–02–03–0
SpVgg Unterhaching 1–43–01–12–23–21–10–01–02–01–12–02–25–34–14–02–13–0
SV Wacker Burghausen 0–11–01–11–41–02–03–11–01–21–21–00–03–12–30–01–01–0
FC Bayern Munich II 2–11–11–30–13–12–41–13–10–13–10–01–04–01–13–12–17–0
SSV Jahn Regensburg 0–21–30–31–12–12–11–22–01–10–10–32–10–22–21–41–00–0
Stuttgarter Kickers 1–10–11–15–11–22–01–10–11–31–11–11–20–20–02–02–01–0
Sportfreunde Siegen 0–10–10–21–11–23–11–01–11–31–12–11–01–10–01–11–04–2
SSV Reutlingen 0–12–00–21–13–12–21–12–12–03–11–11–40–04–01–10–43–1
TSV 1860 München II 1–50–20–13–00–20–15–03–20–11–03–02–22–20–02–11–00–1
KSV Hessen Kassel 1–11–11–11–30–32–21–12–34–01–10–03–34–03–04–03–11–1
SV Elversberg 1–21–52–01–30–42–01–03–00–20–20–01–02–01–11–20–12–0
Karlsruher SC II 1–31–10–51–11–10–10–10–01–00–01–20–02–16–13–11–11–0
SC Pfullendorf 2–00–30–11–00–02–11–10–01–11–20–01–10–15–23–10–03–2
FSV Oggersheim 1–30–10–20–60–01–20–20–41–21–20–13–31–11–00–40–10–0
Source: [ citation needed ]
Colours: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

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