Regional football league 1964/65
The football regional league 1964/65 was the second season of this league.
The fifth in the first round in 1963/64, Holstein Kiel, opened the first half of the season with a 22-0 point start. On the 12th matchday, November 8, 1964, the series broke, St. Pauli won in front of 17,000 spectators in the Holstein Stadium against the "Storks" with 2-1 goals. After the preliminary round, Holstein Kiel was sovereign with 28: 4 points in first place in the north. Amateur national player Franz-Josef Hönig had proven to be a valuable reinforcement and the youth national player of 1962, Gerd Saborowski , made the breakthrough as a goalscorer. St. Pauli followed with 23: 9 points after the preliminary round in second place and was able to defend this place until the final day on May 9, 1965. Altona 93 came third with a second half of 23: 9 points, ahead of Arminia Hannover, who was placed in front of coach Kurt Krause's team after the preliminary round (21:11 points) . The Arminen, the young Horst Witzler had taken up the post of coach, won all three home games against Altona, Kiel and St. Pauli in the second half of the season. The three lost games in a row against Wolfsburg, Concordia and Hildesheim in January / February 1965 made the successes in the top games worthless for the team around Gerhard Elfert and Helmut Kafka . Trainer Fritz Rebell came in fifth with promoted Göttingen 05. In the relegation battle, the VfV Hildesheim with the 3-1 away win on the final day, May 9, 1965, at St. Pauli, the class against the tied rival VfR Neumünster, who lost with 0-2 goals at Concordia Hamburg.
The top scorer list was headed by Gerd Saborowski (Holstein Kiel) with 34 goals. Club mate Gerd Koll followed with 23 goals in front of Ulrich Kallius von Altona 93 with 21 goals. For the 1965/66 round they switched to the Bundesliga :
- Arthur Dobat (VfB Oldenburg)
- Gerhard Elfert (Arminia Hannover)
- Helmut Kafka (Arminia Hannover)
- Manfred Podlich (Holstein Kiel)
|2.||FC St. Pauli (M)||32||17th||8th||7th||79:45||+34||42:22|
|4th||SV Arminia Hanover||32||17th||6th||9||76:49||+27||40:24|
|5.||1. SC Göttingen 05 (N)||32||17th||3||12||62:40||+22||37:27|
|8th.||ASV Bergedorf 85||32||14th||2||16||61:62||-1||30:34|
|9.||SC Concordia Hamburg||32||13||4th||15th||44:57||−13||30:34|
|12.||SC Victoria Hamburg||32||10||8th||14th||52:73||−19||28:36|
|17th||Lawn sports Harburg (N)||32||6th||6th||20th||39:89||−50||18:46|
(M) Regional League Champion North 1963/64 (N) Promoted 1963/64
Promotion round to Regionalliga Nord
The amateur teams from Hannover 96 and Eintracht Braunschweig as first and second from Lower Saxony were not allowed to take part in the promotion round. The fourth and fifth SV Union Salzgitter and TSR Olympia Wilhelmshaven moved up.
|1.||Itzehoer SV||6th||4th||1||1||11: 8||1.38||9: 3|
|2.||TSV Uetersen||6th||2||2||2||12:11||1.09||6: 6|
|3.||TSR Olympia Wilhelmshaven||6th||2||1||3||8: 7||1.14||5: 7|
|4th||TuS Celle||6th||2||0||4th||13:18||0.72||4: 8|
|1.||Bremen SV||6th||3||1||2||12:12||1.00||7: 5|
|2.||SV Union Salzgitter||6th||2||2||2||12:11||1.09||6: 6|
|3.||Heider SV||6th||2||2||2||14:15||0.93||6: 6|
|4th||SC Sperber Hamburg||6th||1||3||2||13:13||1.00||5: 7|
Initially, all ten clubs played in a joint preliminary and second round. Then the best five took part in the championship round, the last five in the relegation group or relegation round.
After the joint first and second round with 18 games, Spandauer SV led the table with 32: 4 points, ahead of Tennis Borussia (29: 7) and Tasmania 1900 with 27: 9 points. At the bottom of the table was Blau-Weiß 90 with 9:27 points. In the championship round, Tennis-Borussia prevailed with 13: 3 points - the attack series with Willi Kraus , Klaus Marquardt , Helmut Beekmann, Bernd Sobeck and Erhard Foit decided the games in the decisive phase - and came to the championship with a total of 42:10 points and thus to move into the Bundesliga promotion round in 1965. Spandau could not hold the form of the first group stage - no defeat -, got only 9: 7 points and had to make do with the runner-up, but not to participate in the Bundesliga promotion round entitled. Last year's champion Tasmania Berlin was able to gain in the championship round - the blue-whites from the southern Berlin district of Neukölln got 12: 4 points - but “Tas” landed in third place in the final table.
The Reinickendorfer Füchse won the relegation games against Rapide Wedding and remained bottom of the table in the Regionalliga Berlin.
Due to the withdrawal of Hertha BSC's license , Tasmania Berlin moved up to the Bundesliga as Berlin representative immediately before the start of the round in 1965/66 (the second-placed club Spandauer SV waived promotion). Striker Heinz Fischer had already signed with Eintracht Gelsenkirchen in the Regionalliga West and was therefore not available to "Tas" in the Bundesliga. Bernd Meißel was signed by Berliner SV 1892 and striker Ulrich Sand from Wacker 04 from the Berlin Regionalliga.
|1.||Spandauer SV||18th||14th||4th||0||41:11||32: 4|
|2.||Tennis Borussia Berlin||18th||12||5||1||44:13||29: 7|
|3.||Tasmania Berlin||18th||13||1||4th||56:19||27: 9|
|4th||Wacker 04 Berlin||18th||8th||3||7th||38:37||19:17|
|5.||Berliner SV 92||18th||7th||3||8th||22:36||17:19|
|6th||Viktoria 89 Berlin (N)||18th||6th||2||10||36:51||14:22|
|10.||Blue-White 90 Berlin||18th||1||7th||10||12:30||9:27|
|1.||Tennis Borussia Berlin||26th||17th||8th||1||67:23||42:10|
|3.||Tasmania Berlin (M)||26th||18th||3||5||82:29||39:13|
|4th||Wacker 04 Berlin||26th||9||4th||13||49:59||22:30|
|5.||Berliner SV 92||26th||8th||4th||14th||28:61||20:32|
|6th||BFC Südring Berlin||26th||7th||8th||11||54:61||22:30|
|7th||Blue-White 90 Berlin||26th||6th||10||10||27:38||22:30|
|9.||Viktoria 89 Berlin (N)||26th||7th||3||16||47:69||17:35|
(M) regional league champion Berlin 1963/64 (N) promoted season 1963/64
In the second season Regionalliga West the favorites were the Bundesliga relegated Prussia Münster, the teams from Aachen and Wuppertal that failed in the promotion round, last year's third Fortuna Düsseldorf and Bielefeld, the attack with Gerd Roggensack , Uwe Erich , Ulrich Kohn , Gustav Walenciak and Bernd Kirchner (Erich, Kohn and Walenciak came new to the “Alm”) was also traded as a favorite. After the first half of the season, the Borussia Mönchengladbach team, which was taken over from coach Hennes Weisweiler , surprisingly led the table with 27: 7 points ahead of Aachen (26: 8), Düsseldorf (23:11), Oberhausen (23:11) and Viktoria Köln with 22:12 Points at. The Arminen from Bielefeld, traded as one of the favorites before the round, were already beaten in ninth place with 16:18 points. In the second half of the season, however, Bielefeld scored the same points as last year's champions from Aachen with 23:11 points, thus moving up to fifth place. RW Oberhausen, who was seventh in the table last year, came fourth and with Hans Siemensmeyer had an outstanding talent in the midfield. The team of coach Kuno Klötzer played again for the championship, in the end Fortuna Düsseldorf and goal scorer Peter Meyer won the thankless third place. The Tivoli team from Aachen moved into the Bundesliga promotion round as runner-up again. Mönchengladbach scored 7: 1 points from the last four matches, Aachen only 4: 4 points and thus the team from Bökelberg, as the new champions, had three points ahead of the defending champions. The attack with Herbert L Bäumen , Jupp Heynckes , Bernd Rupp , Günter Netzer and Werner Waddey became a term for attack swing, combination joy and goals. Coach Weisweiler's ability is underlined by the departures in the summer of 1964: Heinz Crawatzo (Schalke 04; Bundesliga), Horst-Dieter Höttges (Werder Bremen; Bundesliga), Ulrich Kohn (Arminia Bielefeld; Regionalliga West) and Karl-Heinz Mülhausen ( Hannover 96; Bundesliga) were to be replaced in the 1964/65 round. The lecturer at the Sports University in Cologne signed the amateurs Bernd Rupp (SV Wiesbaden) and Werner Waddey (1. FC Mönchengladbach) as newcomers and was able to send Jupp Heynckes from Grün-Weiß Holt into the race, who had been suspended for one year.
At the bottom of the table it caught the promoted Homberger SV, who was after the preliminary round with 12:22 points in 16th place. Westfalia Herne (first half of the season 11:23 points and thus 17th) increased enormously in the second half of the season, came to 20:14 points and thus still in twelfth place in the table. At Herne, the loss of Jürgen Bandura , Hans Cieslarczyk and Alfred Pyka had a significant impact on performance at the beginning of the lap.
The top scorer lists:
- Bernd Rupp (Mönchengladbach) 25 goals
- Peter Meyer (Düsseldorf) 25 goals
- Jupp Heynckes (Mönchengladbach) 24 goals
- Günter Netzer (Mönchengladbach) 17 goals
- Manfred Fallisch (RW Essen) 16 goals
- Ulrich Kohn (Bielefeld) 16 goals
The players switched to the Bundesliga for the 1965/66 round:
- Hans Siemensmeyer (RW Oberhausen)
- Karl-Heinz Wirth (Hamborn 07)
- Werner Görts (Bayer Leverkusen)
- Manfred Pohlschmidt (Prussia Münster)
- Hans-Otto Peters (Bayer Leverkusen)
- Manfred Rummel (Eintracht Duisburg)
- Heinz Pliska (Hamborn 07)
- Rolf Lendzian (RW Oberhausen)
- Hans-Jürgen Bäsler (Arminia Bielefeld)
|2.||Alemannia Aachen (M)||34||21st||7th||6th||69:23||+46||49:19|
|7th||Red and white food||34||14th||6th||14th||56:53||+3||34:34|
|8th.||Prussia Munster (A)||34||13||7th||14th||50:48||+2||33:35|
|9.||Black and white food||34||10||13||11||58:59||-1||33:35|
|10.||SC Viktoria Cologne||34||14th||5||15th||41:48||-7th||33:35|
|13.||Eintracht Gelsenkirchen (N)||34||10||10||14th||46:57||−11||30:38|
|16.||Bayer 04 Leverkusen||34||8th||10||16||48:55||-7th||26:42|
|18th||Homberger SV (N)||34||6th||8th||20th||24:62||−38||20:48|
Promotion round to Regionalliga West
The promotion round was canceled because the Middle Rhine champions 1. FC Köln Amateurs are not eligible for promotion and no other team had applied for a license for the regional league. Therefore, Westfalenmeister VfL Bochum and Niederrheinmeister VfB Bottrop rose without a fight.
The Bundesliga relegated 1. FC Saarbrücken prevailed as champions in the southwest. In the Ludwigspark Stadium at home , he laid the foundation for this with 33: 1 points. On the offensive, they were clearly superior to the competitors from Worms, Trier and local rivals Saar 05. The runner-up Worms led after the twelfth day of the table with 21: 3 points. Wormatia then lost the following away game at 1. FC Saarbrücken with 1: 2 goals and thus opened the connection to the Saarlanders again. The Worms built on the best defense. The defense around goalkeeper Slavko Stojanovic allowed only 24 goals against in 34 association games ; In 17 home games, the opposing storm rows could only score nine hits. At 1. FC Saarbrücken the coach was changed during the round: The Saarland association coach Jupp Derwall took over for Helmut Schneider . Sportfreunde Saarbrücken had to struggle with the departure of the young striker Johannes Löhr and withdrew from the regional league after the round for financial reasons. In Ludwigshafen there had been a merger between Phönix and TuRa before the start of the round, resulting in the birth of SV Südwest Ludwigshafen. Southwest took fifth place. At last year's runner-up, FK Pirmasens, there were too many defeats (12) and therefore turbulence on the coaching bench. Kurt Sommerlatt sparked Alfred Preissler from. The VfR Kaiserslautern did not benefit from the two successes at the end of the round against Bellheim and Spfr. Saarbrücken, the team from Erbsenberg and Germania Metternich relegated to the amateur camp.
The new striker at 1. FC Saarbrücken, Emil Poklitar , took the top scorer's crown in the southwest with 27 goals. Hans-Erwin Volberg (FKP) with 26 and Fritz Altmeyer (SV Saar 05) with 24 goals followed closely behind. For the 1965/66 round, the players Hugo Dausmann (FKP) and Dieter Bedürftig (Worms) signed contracts in the Bundesliga.
|1.||1. FC Saarbrücken (A)||34||27||4th||3||92:33||+59||58:10|
|2.||VfR Wormatia Worms||34||20th||10||4th||64:24||+40||50:18|
|4th||SV Saar 05 Saarbrücken||34||20th||6th||8th||69:33||+36||46:22|
|5.||SV Südwest Ludwigshafen||34||18th||6th||10||64:44||+20||42:26|
|11.||1. FSV Mainz 05||34||12||4th||18th||55:64||-9||28:40|
|14th||SV 06 Völklingen||34||10||6th||18th||54:71||−17||26:42|
|18th||Germania Metternich (N)||34||4th||9||21st||26:82||−56||17:51|
Promotion round to the Regionalliga Südwest
|1.||SV Alsenborn||4th||2||2||0||12: 4||3.00||6: 2|
|2.||SpVgg Bendorf||4th||1||2||1||5: 5||1.00||4: 4|
|3.||SV Ludweiler-Warndt||4th||1||0||3||3:11||0.27||2: 6|
In the south, FC Bayern Munich won the championship ahead of coach Georg Wurzer's team , SSV Reutlingen. If you take the goal difference in hand, FC Bayern scored 146 goals and, with Rainer Ohlhauser and Gerd Müller, the two most accurate shooters of the season, the lead of coach Zlatko Čajkovski with three points is surprisingly close to the team at the stadium the cross mark . The Munich team had 59 hits more than the runner-up in Reutlingen, as well as the best defense in the league with only 32 goals conceded in 36 round games. Kickers Offenbach, with coach Radoslav Momirski , scored the most goals next to the new champions with 91 goals, but conceded too many goals with 63 to push Munich and Reutlingen from the top positions. The Reutlingers gave up the table lead only on matchday 17 with their 0-1 defeat at FSV Frankfurt to Bayern Munich. On October 18, 1964, Gerd Müller made his debut in the attack of FC Bayern in the 11-2 away win at the Möslestadion against Freiburg FC. This completed the legendary axis with Sepp Maier (goal), Franz Beckenbauer (libero) and Gerd Müller (center forward). Munich clearly won the two top duels with 5-0 and 3-0 goals against the team from the foot of the Achalm . Swabian Augsburg experienced a dramatic crash - the fourth last year ended up in 16th place and thus immediately ahead of the relegation places - and TSG Ulm 1846. The "Spatzen" rose without the national goalkeeper Wolfgang Fahrian, who had switched to Hertha BSC, in 18th together with the newcomers Wacker Munich and FC Emmendingen in the amateur league. The South Baden were completely overwhelmed with only one win and 158 goals in the 36 association games.
The top scorer list was headed by Rainer Ohlhauser with 42 hits. Gerd Müller followed with 33 goals in front of center forward Rudolf Bast from VfR Mannheim with 32 goals.
The players switched to the Bundesliga for the 1965/66 round:
- Rudolf Bast (VfR Mannheim)
- Horst Grunenberg (1. FC Pforzheim)
- Sigfried Held (Kickers Offenbach)
- Peter Kunter (Freiburg FC)
- Oskar Lotz (Kickers Offenbach)
|1.||FC Bayern Munich||36||24||7th||5||146:32||+112||55:17|
|2.||SSV Reutlingen||36||23||6th||7th||87: 45||+42||52:20|
|3.||Kickers Offenbach||36||19th||10||7th||91: 63||+28||48:24|
|4th||SV Waldhof Mannheim||36||19th||8th||9||74: 50||+24||46:26|
|5.||KSV Hessen Kassel (M)||36||17th||6th||13||74: 52||+22||40:32|
|6th||VfR Mannheim||36||15th||10||11||66: 53||+13||40:32|
|7th||Stuttgart Kickers||36||15th||10||11||69: 59||+10||40:32|
|8th.||SpVgg Fürth||36||16||7th||13||72: 62||+10||39:33|
|9.||FC Bayern Hof||36||16||4th||16||65: 58||+7||36:36|
|10.||FSV Frankfurt||36||15th||6th||15th||52: 59||-7th||36:36|
|11.||Freiburg FC||36||11||13||12||60: 68||-8||35:37|
|12.||ESV Ingolstadt||36||13||8th||15th||55: 65||-10||34:38|
|13.||1. FC Pforzheim||36||13||7th||16||47: 61||-14||33:39|
|14th||Darmstadt 98 (N)||36||11||11||14th||49: 66||-17th||33:39|
|15th||FC Schweinfurt 05||36||14th||4th||18th||49: 55||-6||32:40|
|16.||TSV Schwaben Augsburg||36||11||8th||17th||61: 73||-12||30:42|
|17th||FC Wacker Munich (N)||36||10||7th||19th||54: 86||-32||27:45|
|18th||TSG Ulm 1846||36||9||6th||21st||53: 90||-37||24:48|
|19th||FC Emmendingen (N)||36||1||2||33||31: 158||−127||4:68|
(M) Regional league champions South 1963/64 (N) Promoted 1963/64
Promotion round to the Regionalliga Süd
The SC Opel Rüsselsheim as champions of the 1st amateur league Hessen and the SpVgg Weiden , as champions of the Bayern league, rose directly to the Regionalliga Süd. The champions of the 1st amateur leagues: South Baden, North Baden, North Württemberg and Black Forest-Bodensee played the third promoted team in a promotion round. VfR Pforzheim made the rise .
|1||VfR Pforzheim||6th||17: 7||9: 3|
|2||Sports fans Esslingen||6th||13:10||8: 4|
|3||Sc freiburg||6th||7:14||5: 7|
Promotion round to the Bundesliga
The group matches took place from May 29th to June 26th.
- May 16, 1965 in Hamburg, Stadium at Millerntor , 17,000 spectators:
- May 23, 1965, in Reutlingen, Stadium an der Kreuzeiche , 12,000 spectators:
- SSV Reutlingen - FC St. Pauli 4: 2 (2: 1) n.V.
SSV Reutlingen qualified for the group games.
With the 5: 1 away win on the starting day at Wormatia Worms, the West Champion Mönchengladbach underscored his ambitions for promotion to the Bundesliga. The “foals” had 5: 1 points from the next games against Kiel and the two immediately following games against Reutlingen and after four encounters they were safely at the top of Group 1 with 7: 1 points. The 7-0 home win against Reutlingen on June 16, the ascent race decided. Thus Gladbach was able to survive the 1: 3 minus points from the last two games unscathed.
The Mönchengladbach players who were used in the promotion round:
|1.||Borussia Monchengladbach||6th||3||2||1||17: 7||+10||8: 4|
|2.||SSV Reutlingen 05||6th||2||3||1||8:11||−3||7: 5|
|3.||Holstein Kiel||6th||2||2||2||12: 9||+3||6: 6|
|4th||Wormatia worms||6th||1||1||4th||7:17||−10||3: 9|
Alemannia Aachen failed for the second time in the promotion games. Was it Hannover 96 in the first year, now Bayern Munich destroyed the Tivoli-Elf's ambitions for promotion. On the third matchday Bayern Munich won the home game against Aachen with 2-1 goals, got a 1-1 draw three days later in the second leg and in the last two matches they overturned 1. FC Saarbrücken 5-0 and Tennis Borussia Berlin 8 : 0 goals out. With 18: 3 goals and 9: 3 points, the Munich team moved into the Bundesliga.
The FC Bayern Munich players used:
Sepp Maier , Adolf Kunstwadl , Werner Olk , Jakob Drescher , Franz Beckenbauer , Peter Kupferschmidt , Rudolf Nafziger , Rainer Ohlhauser , Gerd Müller , Rudolf Grosser , Dieter Brenninger , Karl Borutta , Dieter Koulmann .
|1.||FC Bayern Munich||6th||4th||1||1||18: 3||+15||9: 3|
|2.||1. FC Saarbrücken||6th||3||0||3||12:13||−1||6: 6|
|3.||Alemannia Aachen||6th||2||2||2||11:12||−1||6: 6|
|4th||Tennis Borussia Berlin||6th||1||1||4th||10:23||−13||3: 9|