Serbian League

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Serbian League
Country Serbia Serbia
Confederation UEFA
Founded 2006
Divisions Serbian League Belgrade
Serbian League East
Serbian League Vojvodina
Serbian League West
Number of teams 64
Levels on pyramid 3
Promotion to Serbian First League
Relegation to Serbian Zone League
Domestic cup(s) Serbian Cup
Current champions Kolubara (Serbian League Belgrade)
Moravac Orion (Serbian League East)
Bačka Bačka Palanka (Serbian League Vojvodina)
Mačva Šabac (Serbian League West)
(2013–14)
Most championships Radnički Niš
Sloga Kraljevo
(2 titles)
TV partners SOS Channel
Website Serbian League

The Serbian League (Serbian: Српска лига / Srpska liga) is the third level football league in Serbia. The league is operated by the Football Association of Serbia and is split up into four sections: Serbian League Belgrade, Serbian League East, Serbian League Vojvodina and Serbian League West. The champions are promoted to the Serbian First League.

History[edit]

Season Winners
Serbian League Belgrade Serbian League East Serbian League Vojvodina Serbian League West
2006–07 Hajduk Beograd Jagodina Novi Sad Metalac G. Milanovac
2007–08 Kolubara Dinamo Vranje Spartak Subotica Mladi Radnik
2008–09 Zemun Radnički Niš Proleter Novi Sad Sloga Kraljevo
2009–10 BASK Sinđelić Niš Big Bull Radnički Radnički 1923
2010–11 OFK Mladenovac Radnički Niš Donji Srem Sloga Kraljevo
2011–12 Voždovac Timok Radnički N. Pazova Jedinstvo Užice
2012–13 Sinđelić Beograd Radnik Surdulica Dolina Padina Sloga (PM)
2013–14 Kolubara Moravac Orion Bačka Bačka Palanka Mačva Šabac

Members for 2013–14[edit]

As of August 2013
Serbian League Belgrade Serbian League East Serbian League Vojvodina Serbian League West
FK BASK (Belgrade) FK Car Konstantin (Niš) FK Banat (Zrenjanin) FK Bane (Raška)
FK Budućnost (Dobanovci) FK Dubočica (Leskovac) FK Bačka (Bačka Palanka) GFK Jasenica 1911 (Smederevska Palanka)
FK Dorćol (Belgrade) FK Đerdap (Kladovo) FK Bačka 1901 (Subotica) FK Jošanica (Novi Pazar)
FK Hajduk (Belgrade) FK Hajduk Veljko (Negotin) FK ČSK Pivara (Čelarevo) FK Krušik (Valjevo)
FK IM Rakovica (Belgrade) FK Jedinstvo (Paraćin) FK Dinamo (Pančevo) FK Loznica (Loznica)
FK Kolubara (Lazarevac) FK Kopaonik (Brus) FK Dunav (Stari Banovci) FK Mačva (Šabac)
FK Lokomotiva (Belgrade) SFK Moravac (Predejane) FK Jedinstvo (Novi Bečej) FK Mladi Radnik (Požarevac)
OFK Mladenovac (Mladenovac) FK Moravac Orion (Mrštane) FK Novi Sad (Novi Sad) FK Partizan (Bumbarevo Brdo)
FK Radnički (Obrenovac) FK Radnički (Pirot) FK Palić (Palić) FK Pobeda (Kragujevac)
FK Sopot (Sopot) FK Radnički (Svilajnac) FK Radnički (Nova Pazova) FK Polet Ljubić (Čačak)
FK Srem (Jakovo) FK Sinđelić (Niš) FK Radnički (Sombor) FK Rudar (Kostolac)
FK Šumadija (Jagnjilo) FK Sloga (Despotovac) FK Radnički (Sremska Mitrovica) FK Seljak (Mihajlovac)
FK Turbina (Vreoci) FK Trgovački (Jagodina) FK Radnički (Šid) FK Sloboda (Čačak)
FK Zemun (Zemun) FK Timočanin (Knjaževac) FK Senta (Senta) FK Šapine (Šapine)
FK Žarkovo (Žarkovo) FK Trstenik PPT (Trstenik) FK Sloga (Temerin) FK Šumadija (Aranđelovac)
FK Železnik (Belgrade) FK Žitorađa (Žitorađa) FK Tekstilac Ites (Odžaci) FK Železničar (Lajkovac)

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