Inter-Régions Division

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Inter-Régions Division
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Country  Algeria
Founded 1962
Number of teams 56 (14 in each group)
Levels on pyramid 4
Promotion to Ligue Nationale du Football Amateur
Relegation to Ligue Régional I
Domestic cup(s) Algerian Cup
Current champions IB Lakhdaria (Centre-Est)
ESM Koléa (Centre-Ouest)
US Chaouia (Est)
JSA Emir Abdelkader (Ouest)
(2010–11)
Website Ligue Inter-Régions de football
2011–12 Ligue Inter-Régions

Inter-Régions Division (also known as Ligue Inter-Régions de football) is the fourth-highest division overall in the Algerian football league system. The division has three groups based on the region of the country, which are East, West and Center, each containing 14 teams from their respective regions. Each year the first three clubs from each group are promoted to the Algerian Championnat National (2nd Division) and the last three clubs from each group are relegated to the Regional League I (4th Division).[1]

2013-2014 season's teams[edit]

Groupe Ouest Groupe Centre Ouest Centre Centre Est Groupe Est


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