1968–69 Rheinlandliga

The 1968–69 Rheinlandliga was the 17th season of the highest amateur class of the Rhineland Football Association under the name of 1. Amateurliga Rheinland. It was a predecessor of today's Rheinlandliga.

1. Amateurliga Rheinland
Season1968–69
ChampionsSSV Mülheim
RelegatedSportfreunde Herdorf, VfB Wissen, SV Ruwer, TuS Mayen

ResultsEdit

Rhineland champion was last year's champion SSV Mülheim.[1] SV Niederlahnstein participated as a Rhineland representative in the German football amateur championship 1969, failed there, in the round of the last 16, to the South Baden representative FC Emmendingen.

The relegation into the 2. Amateur League was made by Sportfreunde Herdorf, VfB Wissen, SV Ruwer and TuS Mayen. For the following 1969–70 season, VfL Trier, FV Engers and SC Oberlahnstein moved up from the 2. Amateur League.[2]

Rank Clubs Games Goals Points
1. SSV Mülheim (A) 30 65:26 44:16
2. SpVgg Andernach 30 70:31 43:17
3. SV Niederlahnstein 30 72:44 43:17
4. Alemannia Plaidt 30 77:59 37:23
5. SC 07 Bad Neuenahr 30 60:49 33:27
6. VfL Neuwied 30 59:56 32:28
7. SpVgg Bendorf 30 53:67 32:28
8. SC Sinzig (M) 30 70:51 29:31
9. TuS Bad Marienberg 30 47:56 27:33
10. Germania Metternich 30 54:66 26:34
11. VfB Lützel (N) 30 43:55 24:36
12. BSV Weißenthurm 30 53:73 24:36
13. Sportfreunde Herdorf 30 43:52 23:37
14. VfB Wissen (N) 30 46:59 23:37
15. SV Ruwer (N) 30 56:84 22:38
16. TuS Mayen 30 46:86 18:42
Division Champion
Relegation to 2. Amateur League
(M) Previous year's champions
(A) Previous year's descendants from the 2nd Division
(N) Previous year's climbers from the 2. Amateur League

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Ehrentafel Rheinlandmeister" (in German). DSFS. Retrieved 2017-03-16.
  2. ^ "Amateurliga Rheinland 1968-69" (in German). Das deutsche Fußball-Archiv. Retrieved 2017-03-16.