|Full name||2nd women's league|
↑ ÖFB Women's Bundesliga (I)
The 2nd women's league , also known as the 2nd league, formerly known as the women's league or 2nd division, is the second highest level in Austrian women's football. The master is promoted to the ÖFB Women's Bundesliga . The second Austrian women's league is designed for a maximum of 12 teams and should be promoted from the third highest division, the regional league, which is structured according to the borders of the Austrian federal states. The club located on the relegation places is relegated to the respective national league. Apart from Burgenland, every association has its own regional league.
Amateur teams of the clubs of the ÖFB Women's Bundesliga are excluded from promotion to this.
- Management and organization
The following associations were entrusted during the seasons
|Season||Middle / west||East / south|
|2009/10||no information||no implementation|
|2010/11||OÖFV ||no implementation|
Introduction in the 1979/80 season in the East (1979/80)
WFV: Women's Cheese |
|1979/80||SV Aspern II|
|1981/82||KSV of the Viennese vocational schools|
|WFV: 2nd League East|
|1982/83||USC Landhaus Vienna II|
|1983/84||USC Landhaus Vienna II|
|1984/85||USC Landhaus Vienna II|
|1988/89||USC Landhaus Vienna II|
|1991/92||FV Austria XIII|
|ÖFB: 2. Division|
|OFB: 2. Liga Ost|
WATERThe women's league east consisted of a 1st level and a 2nd level. Clubs from Lower Austria and Vienna play in the women's league east of the 2nd level, and later also from Burgenland.
In the 1979/80 season , a second league was introduced in eastern Austria for clubs from Vienna and Lower Austria, with teams from Burgenland added later. It was called women's league east (2nd level). Since the 1st level and the 2nd level were called the same, the women's league east for the 2nd level was renamed the 2nd division from the 1993/94 season. The master from the women's league east (2nd level) rose to the women's league east (1st level). In the 1981/82 season there were three promoted teams, so that the following season the top performance level had ten clubs for the first time.
Introduction in the West (1994/95)
2. League Ost |
Regionalliga West |
|1994/95||DFC Obersdorf||Innsbruck AC|
|2. Division Ost||Regionalliga West|
|1995/96||DFC Obersdorf||RW Rankweil|
|1996/97||SV Neulengbach||Innsbruck AC|
|1997/98||ATSV Deutsch-Wagram||SK Zirl|
|1998/99||SC Brunn am Gebirge||FC Egg|
In the west, a cross-state league was only set up in the 1994/95 season , the states of Tyrol and Vorarlberg played for the champion, who was not eligible for promotion to the then-mentioned women's Bundesliga .
Division into center, west, east and south (2000/01)
|2. Division Mitte |
Regionalliga West |
|2. Division Ost |
Regional League Styria |
(including Carinthia) LLS2
|1999/2000||no game operation||Black and white Bregenz||SC Stattersdorf||DFC St. RuprechtSt1|
|2000/01||SV Garsten||FC Lingenau||SC Ladies Dörfl||LUV GrazSt1|
|2001/02||SV Garsten||FC Lingenau||USG Ardagger/Neust.||ASV St. Margarethen|
|2002/03||SV Spittal / Drau||FC Koblach||FC Südburgenland||ASV St. Margarethen|
|2003/04||SV Garsten||FC Koblach||ASK Erlaa||1. DFC Leoben|
|2004/05||LASK Ladies||FC Koblach||SV Gloggnitz||DFC St. Ruprecht|
|2. Division Mitte||Regionalliga West||2nd League East||2. Division Süd|
|2005/06||Union Kleinmünchen II||Black and white Bregenz||SV Horn||1. DFC Leoben|
|2nd division middle||2. Division West||2nd League East||2nd League South|
|2006/07||USK Hof||FC Wacker Tirol||SV Groß-Schweinbarth||FC St. Veit|
|2nd division middle||2. West League||2. Division Ost||2nd League South|
|2007/08||USK Hof||FC Koblach||SV Groß-Schweinbarth||ASV St. Margarethen|
|2nd division middle||2. West League||2nd League East||2nd League South|
|2008/09||Union Kleinmünchen||not done||SKV Altenmarkt||FC Stattegg|
|2009/10||Union Kleinmünchen||USA Spratzern||DFC St. Ruprecht|
|2010/11||Army SV Wals||USA Spratzern||SC/ESV Parndorf|
ZDM2In the 2nd division / 2. Liga Mitte are played by clubs from Upper Austria and Salzburg and SV Spittal / Drau.
RLW2In the regional league / 2. Division / 2. Liga West play clubs from Tyrol and Vorarlberg.
ZDO2 Clubs from northern Burgenland, Lower Austria and Vienna play in the 2nd Division / League East.
LLS2In the Landesliga Styria / 2. Division / League South play clubs from southern Burgenland, Carinthia and Styria.
St1 From 1999 to 2001 only clubs from Styria play in the Styrian regional league.
In Upper Austria and Salzburg they were able to agree on a joint championship in the 2000/01 season . A cross-border league followed in the 2003/04 season in Carinthia and Styria. Thus there was a second cross-federal women's league in Austria in all federal states.
Division into center / west and east / south (2011/12)
2nd league center / west |
2nd league east / south |
|2011/12||FC Wacker Innsbruck II||SKV Altenmarkt|
|2012/13||Army SV Wals||SV Neulengbach II|
|2013/14||SG FC Bergheim/USK Hof||FSK St. Pölten-Spratzern II|
|2014/15||SG FC Bergheim/USK Hof||SV Neulengbach II|
|2015/16||FC Bergheim women||ASK Erlaa|
|2016/17||FFC Vorderland||SKN St. Pölten Women II|
|2017/18||FC Wacker Innsbruck||SK Sturm Graz II|
|2018/19||RW Rankweil||SV Horn|
In order to raise the level of the second women's league in Austria, the clubs in central / west were brought together in the western federal states in the 2009/10 season and teams from Upper Austria, Salzburg, Tyrol and Vorarlberg played in a joint league. The clubs from Eastern Austria followed a year later: Burgenland, Carinthia, Lower Austria, Styria and Vienna played in the 2nd East / South league.
A 2nd league across Austria (2019/20)
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