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Bundesliga

  • League status: Not active
  • Year of start: 1957
 

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The league worked with 12 clubs during the regular season. Eeach team played
4 times against each other team (2 home and 2 away). The best 8 teams
qualified for the Play Offs, while the 2 bottom teams had to take part in
a relegation round together with the 2 top teams of the 2.Bundesliga
(2nd Division) for the 2 remaining spots for the following season. The
season ended for the teams ranked 9th and 10th after the regular season.
The bottom teams of the Bundesliga were relegated to the 2.Bundesliga.
The Bundesliga was formed in 1957 as the elite hockey competition
in the Federal Republic of Germany.
From the 1994-95 season, it was in turn replaced by the DEL.
Until 1990, the Bundesliga covered only West Germany. After the reunification
of the country in 1990, East German clubs took part in the competition, as well.
Between 1957 and 1994 the term "Bundesliga" stood for Germany's Elite Division.
Only in 1998, the league name was used for the 2nd Division. That fact
led to conflicts between the commission of the DEL and the German hockey
federation. For this reason the DEL carries the byname 1st Bundesliga since 1999
and the 2nd Division is called 2nd Bundesliga.

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