Football Oberliga Nordrhein

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Oberliga Nordrhein
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Association Football Association of the Middle Rhine
Football Association of the Lower Rhine
First edition August 13, 1978
Teams 18th
master Borussia Mönchengladbach II
Record champions Rot-Weiss Essen , Rot-Weiss Oberhausen , Wuppertaler SV
(4 titles each)
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The Oberliga Nordrhein was a season of the football leagues between 1978 and 2008, and since 1994 it has been the fourth highest division in German football . At the end of the 2007/08 season it was merged with the Westphalian Football League to form the NRW League .

It was organized by the Mittelrhein Football Association together with the Niederrhein Football Association. The two associations alternately shared the management of the relay. In the 2006/07 season this was the last time the Mittelrhein Football Association; in the 2007/08 season the Niederrhein Football Association for the last time. The next higher league was the regional league .

From the 2012/13 season onwards there will again be an upper league in two separate seasons in the area of ​​the former Oberliga Nordrhein as Oberliga Niederrhein (Soccer Association Niederrhein) and Mittelrheinliga (Soccer Association Middle Rhine). The season winners move up to the Regionalliga West .


1SSVg Velbert had not applied for a license for the regional league, so Fortuna Düsseldorf , second in the table, rose .

Record champions

2FC Remscheid was created from a merger of BVL 08 Remscheid (formerly BV 08 Lüttringhausen) and VfB Remscheid. The club won two of its three titles under a different club name.

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