Ligue Nationale du Football Amateur

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Ligue Nationale du Football Amateur
Logo-lnfa.jpg
Country  Algeria
Founded 2010
Number of teams 42 (14 in each group)
Levels on pyramid 3
Promotion to Ligue Professionnelle 2
Relegation to Ligue Inter-Régions de football
Domestic cup(s) Algerian Cup
Current champions MO Béjaïa (Groupe Centre-Est)
JS Saoura (Groupe Centre-Ouest)
(2010–11)
Website www.lnf-amateur.dz
2011-12 Ligue Nationale

Ligue Nationale du Football Amateur commonly known as the LNFA, is an Algerian governing body that runs the third-highest division in the Algerian football league system cold National Amateur Football Championship. The division has three groups based on the region of the clubs in the country, each containing 14 teams from their respective regions.[1][2] The three leagues are as follows:

2011-2012 season teams[edit]

Group West Group Centre Group Est

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