The 1947 German Ice Hockey Championship was the 29th season of the German Ice Hockey Championship, the national championship of Germany. It was the first official championship to be contested after World War II.
There were several qualification rounds staged to determine the participants in the final. SC Riessersee won the championship by defeating SG Berlin-Eichkamp in the final.
- VfL Bad Nauheim - SC 1880 Frankfurt 8:1
- SC Forsthausstraße Frankfurt - SC 1880 Frankfurt 8:2
- VfL Bad Nauheim - SC Forsthausstraße Frankfurt 7:1
|1.||VfL Bad Nauheim||2||2||0||0||15:2||4|
|2.||SC Forsthausstraße Frankfurt||2||1||0||1||9:9||2|
|3.||SC 1880 Frankfurt||2||0||0||2||3:16||0|
The top two teams qualified for the Southwestern final.
|1.||VfL Bad Nauheim||3||3||0||0||28:8||6|
|4.||SC Forsthausstraße Frankfurt||3||0||1||2||3:12||1|
Stuttgarter EC filed a complaint asserting that Bad Nauheim had used an unauthorized final. They won the protest and advanced in place of Bad Nauheim, who was disqualified
SC Riessersee qualified for the final.
- SG Berlin-Eichkamp 16 - SG Pankow 3
- SG Tempelhof 5 - SG Pankow 0
- SG Berlin-Eichkamp - SG Tempelhof 3:1
- SG Berlin Eichkampf 24 - SG Tempelhof 8
The Allied forces occupying the region dissolved all civic clubs and initially only allowed the formation of local sports groups. The teams were thus organized to represent their individual borough (section of Berlin). SG Berlin-Eichkamp consisted of primarily former Berliner SC players.
A northwestern championship was supposed to be organized between Berlin and the Western teams from Dusseldorf and Krefeld. However, Krefelder EV, winner of the 1946 Bizone Championship, considered itself to be the legitimate German champion, and refused to participate in the event. SG Berlin-Eichkamp qualified directly for the final as a result.
|SC Riessersee||–||SG Berlin-Eichkamp||10:1 (4:0, 3:0, 3:1)|
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This article incorporates information from the German Wikipedia