German 2nd Division The German 2nd division (2. Bundesliga) is the second highest league in German football. The mode of play in the 2nd division has changed a number of times in the past. Initially, it was divided into 2nd division north (2. Liga Nord) and 2nd division south (2. Liga Süd). The respective division winners were promoted directly to the Bundesliga and the two runners-up determined in a first and second leg match (if necessary, there was a decider) which team was the third to be promoted. This mode continued until the 1980/81 season. With a brief interruption due to the reunification of Germany (91/92 season with various special regulations), play from then on has been in a single-track league. Teams promoted directly were the champions and the runners-up. The team coming third on the table had the opportunity to qualify for the Bundesliga (German premier division) in two relegation matches against the team coming sixteenth on the Bundeliga table. Since the 2008/09 season, the old method of promotion from 1981 to 1991 has been used, with two definite and one possible third promotion. The teams coming seventeenth and eighteenth on the table are relegated directly to the newly established 3rd division (3. Liga), whilst the team coming sixteenth on the table plays two relegation matches against the team that comes third on the 3rd division table in order to determine whether the latter is promoted or remains in its current division. Virtually all clubs in the 2nd division of German football are represented at sport-auktion.de. sport-auktion.de offers only official merchandise direct from the clubs in the 2nd division. Counterfeits are therefore ruled out! For some time, a number of clubs in the 2nd division have also offered “certificates” for specific auction items. This therefore further increases the value of the auction goods.
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