The 1949-50 Oberliga season was the second season of the Oberliga, the top level of ice hockey in Germany. Eight teams participated in the league, an increase of two from the previous year, and SC Riessersee won the championship. The league was organized by the Deutscher Eissport-Verband (DEV).
Oberliga Qualification 1949-50Edit
EV Tegernsee qualified for the Oberliga.
Qualification for the 7th Place in the OberligaEdit
- SG Mannheim - Kölner EK 3:3 (not counted)
This was going to be a relegation game, as Kolner EK finished last in the Oberliga the previous year, but as the league was expanded to eight teams for 1949-50, they retained their spot in the league, and the result from the game was not counted.
Qualification for the 8th place in the OberligaEdit
- Harvestehuder THC (Hamburg) defeats SC Forsthausstraße Frankfurt (Hessen runner-up)
- Münchener EV (Bayern runner-up) defeats Berliner Schlittschuhclub (Berlin) 5:0
- Krefelder EV (Nordrhein-Westfalen) defeats Harvestuder THC 7:1
- Krefelder EV defeats Münchener EV 6:3 (in Bad Nauheim)
Krefelder EV qualified for the league.
|4.||VfL Bad Nauheim||14||8||2||4||75:39||18:10|
|5.||Kölner EK||14||4||2||8||41: 105||10:18|
- Müller, Stephan (2000). Deutsche Eishockey Meisterschaften. Germany: Print on Demand. ISBN 3-8311-0997-4.
|Top-level Oberliga seasons|
|1948–49 - 1949–50 - 1950–51 - 1951–52 - 1952–53 - 1953–54 - 1954–55 - 1955–56 - 1956–57 - 1957–58|