2. Liga

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2. Liga
Flag of Switzerland.svg
Country Switzerland
Other club(s) from Liechtenstein
Confederation UEFA
Number of teams 215
Levels on pyramid 6
Promotion to 2. Liga Interregional
Relegation to 3. Liga
Domestic cup(s) Swiss Cup
Website Official Site
2010-11

2. Liga is the sixth tier of the Swiss football league system. The division is split into 17 groups of 12, 13 or 14 teams by geographical region. Teams usually play within their own canton.

Regional Associations[edit]

  • Aargauischer Fussballverband (AFV)
  • Fussballverband Bern/Jura - Association de football Berne/Jura (FVBJ-AFBJ)
  • Innerschweizerischer Fussballverband (IFV)
  • Fussballverband Nordwestschweiz (FVNWS)
  • Ostschweizer Fussballverband (OFV)
  • Solothurner Kantonal-Fussballverband (SKFV)
  • Fussballverband Region Zürich (FVRZ)
  • Federazione ticinese di calcio (FTC)
  • Association fribourgeoise de football - Freiburger Fussballverband (AFF-FFV)
  • Association cantonale genevoise de football (ACGF)
  • Association neuchâteloise de football (ANF)
  • Association valaisanne de football (AVF)
  • Association cantonale vaudoise de football (ACVF)

Current Season[edit]

The 2010-11 season is the current season in the Swiss 2. Liga.

AFV (Aargau)[edit]

FVBJ-AFBL (Bern & Jura)[edit]

Group 1

Group 2

IFV (Luzern, Uri, & Zug)[edit]

FVNWS (Aargau, Basel-Landschaft, Basel-Stadt, & Zürich)[edit]

OFV (Glarus, Graubünden, St. Gallen, & Thurgau)[edit]

Group 1

Group 2

SKFV (Solothurn)[edit]

FVRZ (Schaffhausen, Schwyz, & Zürich)[edit]

Group 1

Group 2

FTC (Ticino)[edit]

AFF-FFV (Fribourg)[edit]

ACGF (Geneva)[edit]

ANF (Neuchâtel)[edit]

AVF (Valais)[edit]

ACVF (Vaud)[edit]

Group 1

Group 2

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