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Vic Parker
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Jul 26, 2018, 7:42 PM

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Hi
Just trying to find put a bit about two German sides, can anyone help?
SC INZELL and SV RUHPOLDING
Things such as level played at with a comparison to English football would be gratefully appreciated!!



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leohoenig
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Jul 26, 2018, 8:43 PM

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Have you tried searching them on fussball.de
Just enter the town name



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(This post was edited by leohoenig on Jul 26, 2018, 8:48 PM)


brb
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Jul 26, 2018, 8:55 PM

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DE 8 & DE 10, with 1. Bundesliga = DE 1


oftenscore6
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Jul 27, 2018, 1:00 PM

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German structure is (sensibly) rather flatter than England. So after 3 national divisions, at the 4th level, there's 5 divisions (though I believe that will change to 4 soon). There's 14 divisions at level 5 (Oberliga) and approx 35 at level 6 (Landesliga/Verbandsliga). I think this is good - travelling is reduced, and more games with local rivals.

Personally I equate level 6 in Germany with levels 9/10 in England - you can expect some facilities. The next level, 7 (Bezirksliga) feels like step 7 (ie level 11) to me, and there's sometimes not much there, though you do have some absolute belting venues occasionally.



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leohoenig
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Jul 27, 2018, 1:24 PM

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For the five to three promotion, the largest of the Regionalliga has two promotion places and they then have play-offs. I am not certain how a reduction to four would work.In the past, they have tried three Regionalliga, but some of the clubs were unhappy about distances involved.

The Regionalliga are practically fixed areas, although there are a few Bavarian teams in the SudWest zone.
The 14 to five it therefore not pooled, but varies according to the Region
NordOst has two feeders, Nord has four, West has three, SudWest has three and Bayern has twoThese are not all equal



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leohoenig
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Jul 27, 2018, 1:29 PM

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I will write up a little on the changes for 2019/2020 in a "football in other countries" thread on German football



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Inselaffe
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Aug 9, 2018, 3:00 PM

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Re: [Vic Parker] LOWER LEAGUE GERMAN FOOTBALL [In reply to] Can't Post or Reply Privately

Don't know if this is too late?
People have mentioned the levels already. So I won't add anything to that.

But the Bavarian FA's website - www.bfv.de - is full of useful information: you can get dates and kick-off times for games to come, plus scores, line-ups and crowds for games already played. Inzell had a crowd of 100 for their first game, Ruhpolding 80 - so you wouldn't be on your own there!

Fixtures in Inzell's league:
http://www.bfv.de/staffelspielplan.verein.do?id=00ES8GNHQS000013VV0AG08LVUPGND5I&staffel=023NDK2HCK00005BVS54898EVV49UB8O-G

Fixtures in Ruhpolding's league:
http://www.bfv.de/staffelspielplan.verein.do?id=00ES8GNHTC00000NVV0AG08LVUPGND5I&staffel=023NDKHK3000001DVS54898EVV49UB8O-G www.fupa.net also has a fair bit of info about lower-league teams on it.

https://www.fupa.net/club/sv-ruhpolding

https://www.fupa.net/club/sc-inzell



Fussball und Bier, wat will man mehr?

(This post was edited by Inselaffe on Aug 9, 2018, 7:59 PM)


Vic Parker
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Aug 10, 2018, 7:07 PM

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Thanks everyone.



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