Gauliga Wartheland was the highest football league
The Gauliga Wartheland was the highest football league in Gau Wartheland. The Gau was made up from the former Polish Voivodeship of Poznań. The region and The league are named after the Prussian province Posen after the local river Warthe, was introduced in 1941 by the Nazi Sports Office, started out with the two divisional champions in two groups of five teams. The league champion qualified then for the German championship. The three bottom teams were relegated at the end of the season. The imminent collapse of Nazi Germany affected play with Gauliga competition throughout the country.
The German population was expelled almost completely from all German football clubs and the region.
Danish Superliga is the current Danish football champions hip tournament, the highest football league