2. Liga (Slovakia)

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DOXXbet liga
Country  Slovakia
Confederation UEFA
Founded 1993
Number of teams 24
Level on pyramid 2
Promotion to Fortuna Liga
Relegation to 3. Liga
Domestic cup(s) Slovak Cup
Current champions Podbrezová
Website www.futbalsfz.sk
2014–15 DOXXbet liga

The 2. Liga (also known as DOXXbet liga for sponsorship reasons) is the second-level football league in Slovakia. Currently, there are twenty-four teams in two groups of the competition.[1]


The league was formed as a second-tier league in Czechoslovakia. Before the dissolution of Czechoslovakia it consisted of 16 teams. Upon dissolution, six teams were promoted to the then newly formed Corgoň Liga. The league was expanded to 18 teams in 1996-97 season, but back to 16 in 2001-02 and 12 in 2006-07. In 2014 the league was reorganized to two groups of 12 teams each, with name changed to DOXXbet liga.[2]

Current teams (2014–15)[edit]

The following teams are currently competing in the league:[1]




Season Champions Runners-up Third placed
2001–02 Spartak Trnava Steel Trans Ličartovce Rimavská Sobota
2002–03 Banská Bystrica Steel Trans Ličartovce Koba Senec
2003–04 Rimavská Sobota Steel Trans Ličartovce Tatran Prešov
2004–05 FC Nitra Steel Trans Ličartovce Slovan Bratislava
2005–06 MFK Košice Slovan Bratislava FC Senec
2006–07 Zlaté Moravce Eldus Močenok Rimavská Sobota
2007–08 Tatran Prešov ŠPORT Podbrezová Inter Bratislava
2008–09 Inter Bratislava AS Trenčín ŠPORT Podbrezová
2009–10 Zlaté Moravce AS Trenčín FK Púchov
2010–11 AS Trenčín Rimavská Sobota Petržalka
2011–12 Myjava Podbrezová Dolný Kubín
2012–13 Dunajská Streda Podbrezová SFM Senec
2013–14 Podbrezová Zemplín Michalovce Partizán Bardejov
  • Bold denotes team earned promotion.

Performance by club[edit]

Since 2002

Club Winners Runners-up Winning Years
ViOn Zlaté Moravce 2 2 2006–07, 2009–10
AS Trenčín 1 2 2010–11
Podbrezová 1 2 2013–14
Rimavská Sobota 1 1 2003–04
Dukla Banská Bystrica 1 2002–03
Dunajská Streda 1 2012–13
Inter Bratislava 1 2008–09
MFK Košice 1 2005–06
Spartak Myjava 1 2011–12
Spartak Trnava 1 2001–02
FC Nitra 1 2004–05
Tatran Prešov 1 2007–08
Steel Trans Ličartovce 4
Eldus Močenok 1
Slovan Bratislava 1
Zemplín Michalovce 1


  1. ^ a b "2. Liga". Soccerway: Slovakia. Global Sports Media. Retrieved 19 January 2012. 
  2. ^ [1]

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