1997–98 Regionalliga

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Regionalliga

Season
1997–98

Promoted
Hannover 96 (N)
Tennis Borussia Berlin (NO)
Rot-Weiß Oberhausen (W/SW)
SSV Ulm 1846 (S)

Relegated
VfL 93 Hamburg
Atlas Delmenhorst
SC Göttingen 05
Hertha Zehlendorf
Reinickendorfer Füchse
Wacker Nordhausen
Hansa Rostock (A)
Bonner SC
Rot-Weiss Essen
Germania Teveren
SV Darmstadt 98
VfL Kirchheim/Teck
Hessen Kassel

Matches played
1190

Goals scored
3676 (3.09 per match)

Top goalscorer
Markus Erdmann (Arminia Hannover) – 34

← 1996–97
1998–99 →

The 1997–98 Regionalliga was the fourth season of the Regionalliga as the third tier of German football. The league was organised in four regional divisions, Nord, Nordost, West-Südwest and Süd.
Hannover 96, Tennis Borussia Berlin, Rot-Weiß Oberhausen and SSV Ulm 1846 were promoted to the 2. Bundesliga.

Contents

1 North

1.1 Top scorers

2 North-East

2.1 Top scorers

3 West/South-West

3.1 Top scorers

4 South

4.1 Top scorers

5 Promotion playoffs
6 Top goalscorer
7 References
8 External links

North[edit]

Pos
Table
Pl
W
D
L
Goals
Diff
Pts

1.
Hannover 96
34
28
5
1
120:29
+91
89

2.
Eintracht Braunschweig
34
26
4
4
70:24
+46
82

3.
VfL Osnabrück
34
18
12
4
70:28
+42
66

4.
SV Werder Bremen II
34
20
5
9
91:52
+39
65

5.
VfB Oldenburg
34
18
9
7
69:48
+21
63

6.
Arminia Hannover
34
16
8
10
65:45
+20
56

7.
VfB Lübeck
34
15
9
10
60:45
+15
54

8.
Kickers Emden
34
12
8
14
54:65
−11
44

9.
SV Wilhelmshaven
34
11
9
14
47:56
−9
42

10.
Eintracht Nordhorn
34
10
10
14
50:62
−12
40

11.
VfL 93 Hamburg
34
12
4
18
51:78
−27
40

12.
TuS Celle
34
10
9
15
50:68
−18
39

13.
Sportfreunde Ricklingen
34
9
8
17
35:58
−23
35

14.
Hamburger SV II
34
10
6
18
51:59
−8
36

15.
VfL Herzlake
34
8
9
17
39:71
−32
33

16.
1. SC Norderstedt
34
8
7
19
44:64
−20
31

17.
SV Atlas Delmenhorst
34
5
6
23
37:83
−46
21

18.
Göttingen 05
34
2
7
25
35:107
−72
13

Key

Qualified for the promotion playoff against the North-East champion

Relegated to the Oberliga

NB VfL 93 Hamburg were demoted.
Top scorers[edit]

#
Player
Club
Goals

1.
Markus Erdmann
Arminia Hannover
34

2.
Sören Seidel
Werder Bremen (A)
27

3.
Vladan Milovanović
Hannover 96
22

4.
Marinus Bester
VfL 93 Hamburg
20

5.
Gerald Asamoah
Hannover 96
19

6.
Miloš Kolaković
Eintracht Braunschweig
18

7.
Jürgen Degen
VfL 93 Hamburg
Hannover 96
17

Martin Przondziono
VfL Osnabrück

9.
Muhamet Lajqi
Eintracht Nordhorn
15

10.
Markus Burmeist
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