Maltese Second Division

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Maltese Second Division
Country  Malta
Number of teams 14
Levels on pyramid 3
Promotion to Maltese First Division
Relegation to Maltese Third Division
Domestic cup(s) U*Bet FA Trophy
Current champions Mqabba F.C.
(2013–14)
2013–14 Maltese Second Division

The Maltese Second Division (also known as the Bank of Valletta Second Division due to sponsorship reasons) is the third-highest division in Maltese football, behind the Maltese First Division and above Maltese Third Division. The league has been running for many years.

It is contested by 14 teams; the top two teams are promoted to the second-highest Maltese division, the Maltese First Division, whilst the three lowest-finishing teams are relegated to the Maltese Third Division. Teams play each other twice.

On January 13, 2011, the Malta Football Association decided to expand the league to 14 teams as from season 2011–12.[1]

Participating teams 2014–15[edit]

Competition history[edit]

Year 1st Position 2nd Position Relegated
2000–01 Mqabba Balzan Siggiewi, St. Lucia F.C.
2001–02 Msida Senglea Santa Venera, Melita
2002–03 Tarxien San Gwann Qormi, Luqa
2003–04 St.George's Gozo FC Zurrieq, Zejtun, Xghajra
2004–05 Tarxien St. Andrews Santa Venera, Rabat
2005–06 Qormi Vittoriosa Gzira, Attard, Gharghur
2006–07 Dingli Mellieha Zebbug, Gudja, Gozo FC
2007–08 San Gwann Rabat Zurrieq, Sirens
2008–09 Balzan Melita Naxxar, Mgarr, Marsa
2009–10 Lija St. Andrews Santa Venera, Gharghur, Gozo F.C.

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