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2.28
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60.27
39.73
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63%
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1.25
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The Hessenliga (Formerly known as Oberliga Hessen)

The Hessenliga (Oberliga Hessen until 2008) is the top football league in the state of Hesse and the Hessian football league system. It is one of fourteen Oberligas of German football, and it is the fifth tier of the German league structure. It was the fourth tier of the league structure until the creation of the 3. Liga in 2008, and the third tier until the introduction of the Regionalligas in 1994. The league was established in 1945, and with the exception of the first two seasons, it has all been played as a single division. Until 1950, the league was known as the Landesliga-Hessen and served as the second tier of football in southern Germany. The Landesliga-Hessen was renamed Amateurliga Hessen following the introduction of the 2nd Oberliga Süd in 1950. It was known as Amateur Oberliga Hessen until 1994 when it was renamed Oberliga Hessen.

History:

After the Regionalliga Süd's establishment in 1994, the winner of the Oberliga Hessen has been automatically promoted to this level. Before 1994, the winners of the Oberligas had to compete for the four promotion places to the 2. Bundesliga with the winners of the other Oberligas .With the creation of the Regionalliga in 1994, six clubs from Hesse were qualified for the new league based on their results over the previous three seasons, including Kickers Offenbach,SV Wehen Wiesbaden, SG Egelsbach,Rot-Weiss Frankfurt, KSV Hessen Kassel,SV Darmstadt 98. Originally, FSV Frankfurt, the 1994 champions, would have qualified as well, but only won promotion to the 2. Bundesliga. After the number of Regionalligas was reduced from four to two in 2000, the Oberliga Hessen stood below the Regionalliga Süd, but this reduction ensured that the Oberliga champions from that year were not promoted.

With the league structure reforms in 2008, four clubs from the Hessenliga were promoted to Regionalliga Süd after the 2007–08 season, nominally the top four teams, although there were still financial conditions to obtain a Regionalliga license. The four clubs were as follows:

  • SV Darmstadt 98
  • SV Wehen II
  • Viktoria Aschaffenburg
  • Eintracht Frankfurt II

The Hessenliga also consider of 3 feeder leagues, these being : Verbandsliga Hessen-nord, Verbandliga Hessen-Mitte, Verbandsliga Hessen-Süd.Sometime, teams from Bavaria and Viktoria Aschaffenburg and FC Bayern Alzenau plays in the Hessenliga.

Champions of the Hessenliga:

Season

Club

1945–46

SV Wiesbaden

Viktoria Aschaffenburg

1946–47

1. Rödelheimer FC 02

Rot-Weiss Frankfurt

1947–48

1. Rödelheimer FC 02

1948–49

KSV Hessen Kassel

1949–50

SV Darmstadt 98

1950–51

Olympia Lampertheim

1951–52

Olympia Lampertheim

1952–53

FC Hanau 93

1953–54

Borussia Fulda

1954–55

SpVgg Bad Homburg

1955–56

SpVgg Neu-Isenburg

1956–57

Borussia Fulda

1957–58

VfB Friedberg

1958–59

VfL Marburg

1959–60

Borussia Fulda

1960–61

FC Hanau 93

1961–62

SV Darmstadt 98

1962–63

VfB Gießen

1963–64

SV Darmstadt 98

1964–65

Opel Rüsselsheim

1965–66

Germania Wiesbaden

1966–67

SV Wiesbaden

1967–68

Rot-Weiss Frankfurt

1968–69

FSV Frankfurt

 

Season

Club

1969–70

Eintracht Frankfurt II

1970–71

SV Darmstadt 98

1971–72

VfR Bürstadt

1972–73

FSV Frankfurt

1973–74

Viktoria Aschaffenburg

1974–75

FSV Frankfurt

1975–76

KSV Baunatal

1976–77

VfR Bürstadt

1977–78

FC Hanau 93

1978–79

VfR Bürstadt

1979–80

KSV Hessen Kassel

1980–81

Viktoria Griesheim

1981–82

FSV Frankfurt

1982–83

VfR Bürstadt

1983–84

VfR Bürstadt

1984–85

Viktoria Aschaffenburg

1985–86

Kickers Offenbach

1986–87

Kickers Offenbach

1987–88

Viktoria Aschaffenburg

1988–89

KSV Hessen Kassel

1989–90

Rot-Weiss Frankfurt

1990–91

KSV Hessen Kassel

1991–92

Viktoria Aschaffenburg

1992–93

Kickers Offenbach

1993–94

FSV Frankfurt

1994–95

SC Neukirchen

 

Season

Club

1995–96

Borussia Fulda

1996–97

SV Wehen

1997–98

FSV Frankfurt

1998–99

SV Darmstadt 98

1999–00

KSV Klein-Karben

2000–01

Borussia Fulda

2001–02

Eintracht Frankfurt II

2002–03

1. FC Eschborn

2003–04

SV Darmstadt 98

2004–05

1. FC Eschborn

2005–06

KSV Hessen Kassel

2006–07

FSV Frankfurt

2007–08

SV Darmstadt 98

2008–09

SC Waldgirmes

2009–10

FSV Frankfurt II

2010–11

FC Bayern Alzenau

2011–12

1. FC Eschborn

2012–13

KSV Baunatal

2013–14

TGM SV Jügesheim

2014–15

TSV Steinbach

2015–16

Teutonia Watzenborn-Steinberg

2016–17

SC Hessen Dreieich

2017–18

SC Hessen Dreieich

2018–19

FC Gießen

2019–20

TSV Eintracht Stadtallendorf

Sources: Deutschlands Fußball in Zahlen

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