1st Bundesliga pool - 1. Bundesliga Pool

Pool billiards Bundesliga

Current season 2020/21
sport Poolbillard
Bandage German Billiard Union
Ligagründung 1991
Teams 8
Title holder 1. PBC Sankt Augustin
Record champions BC Oberhausen (6)
Website billardarea.de

The 1st Bundesliga pool is the highest division in pool in Germany . Eight teams determine the German pool champion "Combi-Team", as well as the relegated team to the 2nd Bundesliga, on seven round match days .

The Pool-Bundesliga has existed in this form since 1991, previously only specific German team championships in the disciplines 8-ball (1974-1990) and 14/1 endless (1982-1990) were held.

Game mode

A game consists of two rounds in which one game in each of the four disciplines is played. No player is allowed to play the same discipline in both rounds.

The mode within a run has changed several times:

In the 2010/11 season, the 1st Bundesliga pool took place in the following mode within one round:

  • 14/1 endless : 1 winning set, 200 points
  • 8-Ball : 2 winning sets, 5 competitions (winner break)
  • 9-Ball : 2 winning sets, 6 competitions (winner break)
  • 10-Ball : 2 winning sets, 5 competitions (winner break)

Scoring for the matches in the table is based on the "3-point rule" (win: 3, draw: 1, defeat: 0).

In the 2011/12 and 2012/13 seasons, the following mode was used within one round:

  • 14/1 endless : 1 winning set, 125 points
  • 8-Ball : 3 winning sets of 3 competitions
  • 9-Ball : 3 winning sets of 3 competitions
  • 10-ball : 3 winning sets of 3 competitions each

The following mode has been in effect within one round since the 2013/14 season:

  • 14/1 endless : 1 winning set, 125 points
  • 8-Ball : 2 winning sets of 4 competitions each
  • 9-ball : 2 winning sets of 4 competitions each
  • 10-ball : 2 winning sets of 4 competitions each

In the short sentences, Winnersbreak is played within a sentence and alternating break is played across the sentences.

The three-point rule still applies .

German team champions

14/1 endless

The following teams were before the introduction of the combined team Bundesliga German champions in 14/1 endless : [1]

8-Ball

The following teams became German champions in 8-ball prior to the introduction of the combined team Bundesliga :

year German champion [1] 2nd place 3rd place 4th Place
1974 PBC Hindenburg Mönchengladbach not known
1975 PBC Hindenburg Mönchengladbach
1976 PBC Berrenrath PBC Dominicans PBC Mönchengladbach 73 PBC Übach-Palenberg
1977 BSC Aschaffenburg BCV Kaiserslautern PBF Östrich PBC Mönchengladbach 73
1978 BCV Kaiserslautern PBF Östrich 1. PBC Kamp-Lintfort PBC Empire Bad Homburg
1979 1. PBC Heidelberg 1st PBV Moers 74 BCV Kaiserslautern PBC Übach-Palenberg
1982 PBC Berlin not known
1983 Rot-Weiß Oberhausen
1984 Billiard friends Straubing
1985 Rot-Weiß Oberhausen
1986 Rot-Weiß Oberhausen
1987 Rot-Weiß Oberhausen
1988 Rot-Weiß Oberhausen
1989 PBC Karlsruhe
1990 PBC Oftersheim

Combined team

The following teams became German champions in the Bundesliga pool:

Season German champion [1] 2nd place 3rd place 4th Place
1990/91 PBC Karlsruhe 1. PBC Leverkusen BC Oberhausen PBC Munich-West
1991/92 1. PBC Leverkusen Billiard friends Straubing PC Moerfelden BC Oberhausen
1992/93 PBC Karlsruhe PC Moerfelden BC Oberhausen Kieler Billard Union
1993/94 PC Moerfelden BC Oberhausen PBC Karlsruhe Kieler Billard Union
1994/95 BSC Ingolstadt PBC Friedenau Berlin Kieler Billard Union PBC Karlsruhe
1995/96 BSC Ingolstadt PBC Munich-West Kieler Billard Union PBC Karlsruhe
1996/97 Kieler Billard Union PBC Friedenau Berlin BSC Ingolstadt PBC Karlsruhe
1997/98 Kieler Billard Union BSC Ingolstadt PBC Bremen-Nord PBC Karlsruhe
1998/99 1. PBC Fulda Kieler Billard Union 1. PBC Joker Geldern PBC Bremen-Nord
1999/2000 BC Oberhausen 1. PBC Fulda 1. PBC Joker Geldern Kieler Billard Union
2000/01 PBC Dessau BC Oberhausen BSV Fürstenfeldbruck 1. PBC Fulda
2001/02 PBC Dessau PBV Anderten PBC swords 87 1. PBC Brambauer
2002/03 1. PBC Fulda PBV Anderten PBC swords 87 1. PBC Joker Geldern
2003/04 1. PBC Fulda 1. PBC Joker Geldern PBC Düren-Nord PBC swords 87
2004/05 BSV Dachau 1. PBC Fulda PBV Anderten PBC Berrenrath
2005/06 BSV Dachau 1. PBC Fulda BSV Pfullingen PBC Berrenrath
2006/07 1. PBC Fulda BC Sindelfingen BSV Pfullingen PBC Berrenrath
2007/08 BSG Osnabrück PBC Berrenrath BC Sindelfingen Fortuna Straubing
2008/09[2] BC Sindelfingen BC Oberhausen Fortuna Straubing BSV Dachau
2009/10[3] BC Oberhausen BSV Dachau Fortuna Straubing 1. PBC Hürth-Berrenrath
2010/11[4] BC Oberhausen BSV Fürstenfeldbruck BSV Dachau BSG Osnabrück
2011/12[5] BC Oberhausen BSV Fürstenfeldbruck BSV Dachau BV Mörfelden-Walldorf
2012/13[6] BC Oberhausen BSV Fürstenfeldbruck BSV Dachau BV Mörfelden-Walldorf
2013/14[7] BC Oberhausen BSV Dachau Fortuna Straubing BSV Fürstenfeldbruck
2014/15[8] PBC swords 87 BSV Dachau BC Oberhausen Fortuna Straubing
2015/16[9] BSV Dachau BC Oberhausen PBC swords 87 BSV Fürstenfeldbruck
2016/17[10] BSV Dachau BC Oberhausen BSV Fürstenfeldbruck Fortuna Straubing
2017/18[11] BSV Dachau BC Oberhausen Fortuna Straubing PBC swords 87
2018/19[12] 1. PBC Sankt Augustin BSC Joker Neukirchen-Vluyn BC Oberhausen BSV Dachau
2019/20[13][14] 1. PBC Sankt Augustin BC Oberhausen BSV Dachau PBC swords 87

With a total of six German championship titles, BC Oberhausen is the record champion of the Bundesliga pool. Rot-Weiß Oberhausen is the team record champion with seven titles, but has not won a title since the introduction of the Bundesliga pool.

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