DDR-Oberliga
Country Flag of East Germany East Germany
Founded 1949
Folded 1991
Number of teams 14
Relegation to DDR-Liga
Level on pyramid 1
Domestic cup(s) FGGB-Pokal
Current champions Hansa Rostock (1990-91)
Most successful club Berliner FC Dynamo (10 titles)

The DDR-Oberliga was the highest tier league in the East German football league system. It was founded in 1949, replacing the Nazi German Gauligas. In 1991, East Germany and West Germany reunited, meaning that the league was replaced by the Bundesliga.

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