1972–73 Rheinlandliga

The 1972–73 Rheinlandliga was the 21st 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
Season1972–73
ChampionsSpVgg Andernach
RelegatedEintracht Höhr-Grenzhausen, Ahrweiler BC, SV Ehrang

ResultsEdit

Last years relegation team from the Regional League, SpVgg Andernach, became Rhineland champion.[1] SC Oberlahnstein represented Rhineland in the 1973 German Soccer Amateur Championship and lost in the second round to the amateurs of 1. FC Kaiserslautern (Südwest). All three newcomers, Eintracht Höhr-Grenzhausen, Ahrweiler BC and SV Ehrang moved down 2. Amateur league. For the following 1973–74 season, SV Speicher, TuS Mayen and SV Ellingen came up from the 2. Amateur League, as well as a descendant from the Regional league, Eintracht Trier.[2]

SC Oberlahnstein and SV Niederlahnstein merged after the season to become SG Eintracht Lahnstein.

Rank Clubs Games Goals Points
1. SpVgg Andernach (A) 30 81:37 45:15
2. SC Oberlahnstein 30 92:57 40:20
3. SC Sinzig 30 71:52 39:21
4. SV Leiwen 30 65:41 38:22
5. VfB Wissen 30 61:39 27:33
6. SC 07 Bad Neuenahr 30 51:39 36:24
7. Alemannia Plaidt 30 55:50 29:31
8. SpVgg Bendorf 30 49:52 29:31
9. VfL Neuwied 30 38:48 27:33
10. SV Remagen 30 46:69 25:35
11. FV Engers 30 54:60 24:36
12. SV Niederlahnstein 30 47:78 24:36
13. VfB Lützel 30 51:63 23:37
14. Eintracht Höhr-Grenzhausen (N) 30 40:63 23:37
15. Ahrweiler BC (N) 30 38:63 23:37
16. SV Ehrang (N) 30 41:71 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 2017-04-01.
  2. ^ "Amateurliga Rheinland 1972-73" (in German). Das deutsche Fußball-Archiv. Retrieved 2017-04-01.