The —12 Regionalliga season was the eighteenth season of the Regionalliga since its re-establishment after German reunification and the fourth as a fourth-level league within the German football league system.
It was contested in three regional divisions. The season began on 8 August and ended on 20 May The champions of each division was promoted to the —13 3.
This tier of the German league pyramid was expanded to five divisions for the —13 season. A total of 55 teams will compete in three geographical divisions North, West and South ; the North and South circuits will comprise 18 sides each, while the West division was expanded to 19 teams.
The composition of the three divisions was severely affected by licensing difficulties for multiple teams. Rot Weiss Ahlen were demoted from the 3rd Liga at the end of its —11 season after going into administration.
Insufficient funding was also the key problem for another 3rd Liga club as TuS Koblenz were forced to withdraw their participation in the —12 season of the league several weeks after the last —11 matches had been played.
In order to avoid any disadvantages, the German FA hence admitted both Koblenz and TSV Havelse to the league; Havelse were originally relegated at the end of the —11 Regionalliga season, but would have benefitted of a possible application rejection for Koblenz.
Several eligible teams from the fifth-tier Oberliga turned down promotion as well, usually because of inability to fulfil the requirements for a Regionalliga licence.
In turn, only one of the originally three relegated teams from the 3rd Liga, Bayern Munich II , entered the league after both Wacker Burghausen and Werder Bremen II were spared from relegation because of the financial problems in Ahlen and Koblenz.
The Bayern reserves were classified into the South division. A total of six teams were relegated at the end of the —11 season. A further two teams, SSV Ulm and SpVgg Weiden , had to withdraw in the middle of the season after going into administration and thus were automatically demoted.
Ten teams were promoted from the fifth-level leagues. The German league system, having gone through its last adjustment in , when the 3rd Liga was established and the number of Regionalligas increased from two to three, required another adjustment by Requirements like the fact that Regionalliga stadiums had to have at least 1, seats and a separate stand with separate entrance for away spectators were seen as causing to much of a financial strain on amateur clubs.
Many clubs also struggled to cope with the pages long license application, having to rely on volunteers rather than being able draw on permanent staff.
This led to Oberliga champions even, at times, declining their right for promotion to avoid the financial risk the Regionalliga meant to them, breaking with a basic principle of German football, that league champions would almost always be promoted.
In a special conference of the German Football Association , the DFB , in October , of delegates voted for a reform of the league system on the fourth level.
The suggestion for the league reform had come from Bavaria, where, in a meeting of the Bavarian top-level amateur clubs at Wendelstein , the financial survival of the leagues and clubs in the current system was questioned.
For this purpose, the paper also demanded a reestablishment of the German amateur football championship as an incentive and goal for top amateur clubs who did not want to turn professional.
The new leagues will nominally be playing with 18 clubs expect Regionalliga Nordost with 16 , however, in its first, transitional season the DFB will permit up to 22 clubs in the league.
Restrictions exist on reserve sides. No more than seven reserve teams are permitted per Regionalliga, should there be more in a league the additional ones would have to be moved to a different Regionalliga.
Reserve teams of 3rd Liga clubs are not permitted to play in the Regionalliga. The make up of the clubs entering the new Regionalligas from the leagues below was left to the regional football association and not regulated by the DFB.
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