Landesliga Bayern

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The Landesliga Bayern sits at step 6 of the German football league system and is the third highest level in the Bavarian football league system, below the Bayernliga and organised in five regional divisions.wikipedia
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Bezirksoberliga Bayern

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From 1988 to 2012 the seven Bezirksoberligas were set below the Landesligas, covering the above-mentioned seven Bezirke.
The seven Bezirksoberligas Bayern were the third highest level of the Bavarian football league system, below the Bayernliga and the Landesliga Bayern from 1988 to 2012.

Landesliga Bayern-Süd

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The Landesliga Bayern-Süd (State League Bavaria-South) was the sixth tier of the German football league system in southern Bavaria.

Landesliga Bayern-Mitte

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The Landesliga Bayern-Mitte (State league Bavaria-Central) was the sixth tier of the German football league system in southern Bavaria.

Landesliga Bayern-Nord

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The Landesliga Bayern-Nord (State league Bavaria-North) was the sixth tier of the German football league system in northern Bavaria.

Landesliga Bayern-Nordost

Landesliga Nordost
It is one of five Landesligas in Bavaria, the other four being the Landesliga Südwest, Landesliga Mitte, Landesliga Nordwest and Landesliga Südost.

Landesliga Bayern-Nordwest

Landesliga Nordwest
It is one of five Landesligas in Bavaria, the other four being the Landesliga Südwest, Landesliga Mitte, Landesliga Nordost and Landesliga Südost.

Landesliga Bayern-Mitte (2012)

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It is one of five Landesligas in Bavaria, the other four being the Landesliga Südwest, Landesliga Nordost, Landesliga Nordwest and Landesliga Südost.

Landesliga Bayern-Südost

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It is one of five Landesligas in Bavaria, the other four being the Landesliga Südwest, Landesliga Mitte, Landesliga Nordost and Landesliga Nordwest.

Landesliga Bayern-Südwest

Landesliga Südwest
It is one of five Landesligas in Bavaria, the other four being the Landesliga Südost, Landesliga Mitte, Landesliga Nordost and Landesliga Nordwest.

1945–46 Landesliga Bayern

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The 1945–46 season of the Landesliga Bayern, the second highest association football league of the German football league system in Bavaria at the time, was the inaugural season of the league.

SpVgg Greuther Fürth

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Only four teams in Bavaria have never dropped down to Landesliga level, these being FC Bayern Munich, TSV 1860 Munich, 1. FC Nürnberg and FC Augsburg, with the SpVgg Fürth, now SpVgg Greuther Fürth, being by far the most prominent club to have played in any of the three Landesligas, having three German championships to their name (1914, 1926, 1929).
After the war the team struggled through three seasons in the Oberliga Süd (I) before slipping to the Landesliga Bayern (II).

FC Wacker München

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Following World War II, the team took up play in the Landesliga Bayern (II) and won promotion to the Oberliga Süd in 1947, only to be immediately relegated.

1. FC Bamberg

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Post-war football saw the club being grouped in the second division Landesliga Bayern in 1945, a league the club won, earning promotion to the Oberliga Süd.

TSG Augsburg

After the war, the TSG spent two seasons in the Landesliga Bayern-South, then the second tier of football, from 1946 to 1948.

TSV 1860 Rosenheim

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The ASV spent two seasons in the Landesliga Bayern, then the second tier of the German league system.

ATS Kulmbach

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ATS first made an appearance on the Bavarian football scene when they won the local Oberfranken championship in 1948 and took part in the promotion round to the Landesliga Bayern (II), where it came last, without a win.

BC Augsburg

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The bounced back with a Landesliga Bayern (II) title in 1948 and then beat 1. FC Bamberg (4–1, 1–1) in promotion round play.

German football league system

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The Landesliga Bayern sits at step 6 of the German football league system and is the third highest level in the Bavarian football league system, below the Bayernliga and organised in five regional divisions.

Würzburger FV

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*With the introduction of the Bezirksoberligas in 1988 as the new fifth tier, below the Landesligas, all leagues below dropped one tier.

ESV Ingolstadt

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The VfB Ingolstadt-Ringsee entered the tier-two Landesliga Bayern in 1945, now independent again from the MTV.

Würzburger Kickers

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After the Second World War, TSV Würzburg joined the Kickers and the club was renamed SV Würzburger Kickers. The club became part of the Landesliga Bayern (II) and put on some strong performances through the 1950s in the Amateurliga Bayern (II-III) but never quite managed a breakthrough.

MTV Ingolstadt

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*With the introduction of the Bezirksoberligas in 1988 as the new fifth tier, below the Landesligas, all leagues below dropped one tier.

VfB Helmbrechts

The club restarted its football life in the local third division in 1946, earning a championship there and promotion to the tier-two Landesliga Bayern.

TSV Straubing

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The resulting club, TSV Straubing, formed in 1945 out of a merger of TV Jahn and FC, first appeared in the upper reaches of Bavarian football in 1946, when a regional Lower Bavaria title earned it promotion to the Landesliga Bayern (II).

SSV Jahn Regensburg

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*With the introduction of the Bezirksoberligas in 1988 as the new fifth tier, below the Landesligas, all leagues below dropped one tier.