FANDOM


This page is a list of champions for various women's regional leagues in Germany.

ChampionsEdit

Basse-SaxeEdit

  • 1992-93 Eishasen Berlin

Northern IntermediateEdit

  • 2000-01 EHC Solingen
  • 1999-00 ES Weiswasser

NorthEdit

  • 2013-14 Adendorfer EC
  • 2012-13 ETC Crimmitschau
  • 2011-12 SC Langenhagen
  • 2010-11 Hamburg SV 1b
  • 2009-10 Hamburg SV
  • 2007-08 Adendorfer EC

Nordrhein WestfalenEdit

NRW LigaEdit

  • 2013-14 DEC Dusseldorf
  • 2012-13 Grefrather EG
  • 1987-88 EHC Dusseldorf
  • 1986-87 EHC Dusseldorf
  • 1985-86 EHC Dusseldorf
  • 1984-85 EHC Dusseldorf
  • 1983-84 EHC Dusseldorf

NRW VerbandsligaEdit

  • 2011-12 EV Duisburg
  • 2010-11 Koingsborner JEC
  • 2009-10 Herner EV 07
  • 2007-08 EC Bergkamen 1b

NRW LandesligaEdit

  • 2012-13 Duisburg 1b
  • 2011-12 Grefrather EG
  • 2010-11 RSC Darmstadt
  • 2009-10 EC Bergisch-Land
  • 2008-09 Koningsborner JEC
  • 2007-08 Ratingen 97
  • 2006-07 EC Bergkamen 1b
  • 2005-06 EC Bergisch-Land
  • 2004-05 ESC Essen
  • 2003-04 EF Netphen
  • 2002-03 Herner EG
  • 2001-02 SV Brackwede
  • 2000-01 SV Brackwede (Group 1), ESG Herne (Group 2), SC Mittelrhein (League Cup)
  • 1999-00 EHC Solingen (Group 1), GSC Moers (Group 2), Cologne (League Cup)
  • 1997-98 EHC Solingen
  • 1996-97 EHC Solingen
  • 1995-96 Herner EV
  • 1994-95 Hennefer EC (Group 1), GSC Moers (Group 2)
  • 1993-94 Grefrather EV
  • 1992-93 EHC Dusseldorf
  • 1991-92 Herner EV
  • 1990-91 EC Neuss
  • 1989-90 EC Hennef
  • 1988-89 EC Grefrath (Group A), GSC Moers (Group B)
  • 1987-88 SC Solingen (Group A), GSC Moers (Group B)
  • 1986-87 EF Netphen

NRW BezirksligaEdit

  • 2013-14 EF Netphen
  • 1991-92 EF Netphen
  • 1990-91 EF Netphen
  • 1989-90 EC Neuss
  • 1988-89 SV Brackwede
  • 1987-88 SC Solingen (Group 1), GSC Moers (Group 2)

NortheastEdit

  • 2008-09 ETC Crimmitschau
  • 2006-07 ES Weiswasser
  • 2005-06 ES Weiswasser
  • 2004-05 EHC Osterode
  • 2003-04 EC Timmendorf
  • 2002-03 Hamburg SV
  • 2001-02 EC Timmendorfer Strand (won both League Championship and League Cup)
  • 2000-01 DEC Eishasen Berlin (1. League), Eintracht Braunschweig (2. League), DEC Eishasen Berlin (League Cup)
  • 1999-00 ETC Crimmitschau (1. League), SG Hamburg (2. League), DEC Berlin (League Cup)
  • 1997-98 WSV Braunlage (1. League), ETC Crimmitschau (2. League), WSV Braunlage (League Cup)
  • 1996-97 EC Hannover (1. League), REV Bremerhaven (2. League)
  • 1995-96 Eintracht Braunschweig (1. League), WSV Braunlage (2. League)
  • 1994-95 REV Wilhelmshaven (1. League), EC Hannover (2. League)
  • 1993-94 DEC Eishasen Berlin (1. League), FTV Hamburg (2. League)

Nordliga (Berlin/Hamburg/Hesse)Edit

  • 1986-87 EC Darmstadt

HesseEdit

Landesliga
  • 2007-08 Ice Cats Kassel
  • 2000-01 Viernheimer ESC
  • 1999-00 Viernheimer ESC
  • 1997-98 Frankfurt ESC
  • 1996-97 VERC Lauterbach
  • 1995-96 Vierneimer ESC
  • 1994-95 VERC Lauterbach
  • 1993-94 VERC Lauterbach
  • 1992-93 TSG 1846 Darmstadt
  • 1990-91 Eintracht Braunschweig
  • 1984-85 ERC Rodermark

Baden WurtembergEdit

Landesliga
  • 2013-14 EKU Mannheim
  • 2012-13 EKU Mannheim
  • 2011-12 EKU Mannheim
  • 2010-11 ESG Esslingen
  • 2009-10 ESG Esslingen
  • 2008-09 ESG Esslingen
  • 2007-08 ESV Hugelsheim
  • 2006-07 Schwenninger ERC
  • 2005-06 EKU Mannheim 1B
  • 2004-05 EKU Mannheim 1B
  • 2003-04 EKU Mannheim 1B
  • 2002-03 Viernheimer ERC
  • 2001-02 Viernheimer ESC
  • 2000-01 ESV Hugelsheim
  • 1999-00 Schwenningen and Hugelsheim qualified for the promotion round
  • 1997-98 Stuttgart EC (League), ESG Esslingen 2 (Cup)
  • 1996-97 Vierneim ESC
  • 1995-96 Vierneim ESC
  • 1992-93 Schwenningner ERC (won both combined Hesse-Baden Wurtemberg League and Baden-Wurtemberg part)
  • 1991-92 EC Stuttgart
  • 1990-91 Mannheimer ERC
  • 1989-90 Mannheimer ERC
  • 1988-89 ESG Esslingen
  • 1987-88 Mannheimer ERC
  • 1986-87 ESG Esslingen
  • 1985-86 ESG Esslingen

BavariaEdit

Landesliga
  • 2013-14 ESV Kaufbeuren
  • 2012-13 ERC Sonthofen 99
  • 2011-12 ERC Ingolstadt
  • 2010-11 ESC Hochstadt
  • 2009-10 ERC Sonthofen 99
  • 2008-09 ESV Kaufbeuren
  • 2007-08 ESV Kaufbeuren
  • 2006-07 ERC Sonthofen 99
  • 2005-06 EV Regensburg
  • 2004-05 ERSC Ottobrunn
  • 2003-04 ESV Kaufbeuren
  • 2002-03 SC Riessersee
  • 2001-02 ERC Sonthofen
  • 2000-01 ERSC Ottobrun
  • 1999-00 DEC Konigsbrunn
  • 1997-98 EHC Memmingen
  • 1996-97 Augsburg EV
  • 1995-96 EHC Memmingen
  • 1994-95 Augsburg EV
  • 1993-94 SG Planegg/Ottobrunn
  • 1992-93 EV Landsberg
  • 1991-92 EV Landshut
  • 1990-91 DEC Konigsbrunn
  • 1989-90 SC Riessersee
  • 1988-89 TuS Geretsried
  • 1987-88 EV Fussen (Landesliga), SC Riessersee (BEV Cup D1), EV Landshut (BEV Cup D2)
  • 1986-87 EV Fussen
  • 1985-86 EV Fussen

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