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2. Bundesliga (women)

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Country  Germany
Divisions  2
Level on pyramid  2
Founded  2004
Number of teams  24
Promotion to  Bundesliga
2. Bundesliga (women)

The 2nd Women's Football Bundesliga is the second league competition for women's association football in Germany. It is divided into two groups: north and south. The winner of each group, if not a reserve team of a Bundesliga side, gets promoted to the Bundesliga, the last two places of each group get relegated to the Regionalliga.

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Champions

1Hamburg II was the first reserve team that won the league. As reserve teams are ineligible for promotion, 1. FC Lokomotive Leipzig as runners-up got promoted.

2 FSV Gütersloh 2009 as runners-up got promoted.

3 Herford as runners-up got promoted.

4 Lübars did not apply for a Bundesliga license for financial reasons. Second placed Werder Bremen were promoted.

Group North

  • 2004–05: Anja Koser (FFC Brauweiler Pulheim) – 27 goals
  • 2005–06: Martina Müller (VfL Wolfsburg) – 36 goals
  • 2006–07: Jennifer Ninaus (SG Wattenscheid 09) – 19 goals
  • 2007–08: Marie Pollmann (Herforder SV – 21 goals
  • 2008–09: Kerstin Straka (Tennis Borussia Berlin) & Martina Fennen (SV Victoria Gersten) – 12 goals
  • 2009–10: Kathrin Patzke (Hamburger SV) – 25 goals
  • 2010–11: Kathrin Patzke (Hamburger SV) – 21 goals
  • 2011–12: Agnieszka Winczo (BV Cloppenburg) – 24 goals
  • 2012–13: Anna Laue (Herforder SV) – 22 goals
  • 2013–14: Cindy König (Werder Bremen) – 17 goals
  • 2014–15: Cindy König (Werder Bremen) – 19 goals
  • Group South

  • 2004–05: Christina Arend (1. FC Saarbrücken) – 25 goals
  • 2005–06: Nadine Keßler (1. FC Saarbrücken) – 24 goals
  • 2006–07: Nadine Keßler (1. FC Saarbrücken) – 27 goals
  • 2007–08: Sabrina Schmutzler (FF USV Jena) – 27 goals
  • 2008–09: Jennifer Ninaus (SG Wattenscheid 09) – 20 goals
  • 2009–10: Bilgin Defterli (1. FC Köln) – 22 goals
  • 2010–11: Susanne Hartel (1899 Hoffenheim) – 16 goals
  • 2011–12: Natalia Mann (VfL Sindelfingen) & Claudia Nußelt (TSV Crailsheim) – 16 goals
  • 2012–13: Julia Manger (ETSV Würzburg) – 24 goals
  • 2013–14: Ilaria Mauro (SC Sand) & Sarah Schatton (1. FC Saarbrücken) – 24 goals
  • 2014–15: Lise Munk (1. FC Köln) – 27 goals
  • References

    2. Bundesliga (women) Wikipedia


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