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The western division started with sixteen, the eastern with eighteen clubs. The majority of clubs previously playing in the Bremen leagues also returned to the Lower Saxony league system.
Below the Amateuroberligen , eight Amateurligen were established. This system remained as such unchanged until The two leagues continued to exchange clubs to balance out promotion and relegation but did not play out a Niedersachsen champion as such since promotion was decided between these two leagues and the other three northern German leagues.
Especially the clubs from Hanover were frequently transferred between divisions. After the first couple of seasons went with ever-changing club numbers in the two leagues, reaching a peak of twenty, by both leagues had arrived at sixteen clubs each, which they maintained for the most of the coming seasons.
In , with the introduction of the Bundesliga , the disbanding of the Oberliga Nord and the formation of the Regionalliga Nord , the leagues fell to tier three, but initially remained unchanged otherwise.
The champions of the Niedersachsen leagues continued to have to play-off for promotion, now to the Regionalliga , with the same opposition as before.
The year saw the creation of a single-division highest league for Niedersachsen. Eight clubs from the western group, seven from the eastern group, one team from the Regionalliga and two promoted teams made up the new Amateurliga Niedersachsen.
Promotion however still had to be archived through a promotion round with the other northern German champions.
Below the Amateurliga , four new Verbandsligen were established, North , South , East and West , with their champions directly promoted and four clubs relegated from the eighteen-team Amateurliga.
The late s and early s saw the oddity of fourth and fifth placed teams being promoted. The reasons for this were the fact that Lower Saxony, as the strongest association in northern Germany was permitted to send more than one team to the promotion round and the high finishes of reserve teams of the likes of Hannover 96 , Arminia Hannover and Eintracht Braunschweig in the league, which were ineligible to enter the promotion rounds.
After the —74 season, the Regionalliga Nord was disbanded in favor of the 2nd Bundesliga Nord. The new Oberliga Nord was now introduced in northern Germany, as the third tier of the league system, below the 2nd Bundesliga.
This meant for the Amateurliga a slip to tier four. The top three teams of the league were however promoted to the new Oberliga and the Amateurliga was renamed Landesliga Niedersachsen.
The system for promotion from the Landesliga remained mostly unchanged and the league continued to operate on sixteen clubs. For the first time, reserve teams were also eligible for promotion from the Niedersachsen league and Eintracht Braunschweig II became the first team to do so in In , the league changed its name once more, now becoming the Verbandsliga Niedersachsen , but remaining unchanged otherwise.
In , the Regionalliga Nord was re-established, now as the third tier of the league system. For the Verbandsliga Niedersachsen , this meant a further slip, now to tier five, and a split to two separate divisions again, but also, for the first time in its history, direct promotion for the league champions.
Only the bottom five teams of the field of nineteen of that season actually remained in the Verbandsligen. The first season of the new separated leagues saw a strong imbalance of clubs, West operated on sixteen, East on twenty-one teams.
The year after, both run on a strength of sixteen. The — season saw another league system change with the reduction of numbers of Regionalligen , this however had only one effect on the Verbandsligen , no direct promotion was available this year.
In , it was decided to restore the Oberliga Nord in favor of the two separate Oberligen. At the end of the —08 season, the new 3.
Liga was established and the Oberliga Nord disbanded, again. At the end of the season, the five winners of the northern Verbandsligen played with the sixth placed team from the Oberliga Nord for one last spot in the Regionalliga.
These two teams competed for one promotion spot to the Regionalliga. The Niedersachsen-Liga however maintained their status as tier five leagues and accordingly was renamed Oberliga Niedersachsen.
The —10 season functioned as a qualifying stage for the new single-division Niedersachsenliga , which kick-off in While the Lower Saxony champion was promoted to the Regionalliga, as in the previous season, the other fifteen teams placed one to eight in the two leagues were directly qualify for the new league.
With the re-formation of the Oberliga Nord in , the league was disbanded. The reason for the disbanding of the Oberliga Nord and the creation of two separate leagues in its stead was the formation of the Regionalliga Nord , which became the new third tier of league football in the north and covered exactly the same region as the Oberliga previously.
The league was formed from sixteen clubs, with twelve of them coming from the Verbandsliga Niedersachsen, three from the Verbandsliga Bremen and one from the Oberliga Nord.
With the interception of this league, the Verbandsliga Niedersachsen split itself into two groups, east and west.
Bremen, the smallest of the twenty-one German football associations, was the junior partner in this league, always only providing a small number of clubs.
The winner of the Oberliga was directly promoted to the Regionalliga from to In , no promotion was available due to changes in the league system.
In , with the reduction of the number of Regionalligas to two, eight clubs were relegated from this league to the Oberliga.
The bottom seven clubs of the Oberliga were relegated that year and the league expanded to eighteen teams. The Regionalliga Nord now covered the complete northern half of Germany, not just the traditional region of the Oberliga Nord.
On these grounds it was decided in to reform a united Oberliga Nord which allowed direct promotion to its champion to the Regionalliga.
Its champion gained promotion to the Regionalliga this season, the clubs placed second to eighth were admitted to the new Oberliga.
The other ten clubs in the league were relegated to the Verbandsligas. In , with the introduction of the new 3. Liga , the Oberliga Nord was disbanded again.
Below the Regionalliga Nord the five Verbandsligas in the north functioned instead as the next level of play, making it, until , the only region without an Oberliga and without direct promotion to the Regionalliga.
The complete list of clubs in the league and their final placings: The league was disbanded in and replaced by the Oberliga Nord. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.