Slovenian Third League

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Slovenian Third League
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Country Slovenia
Founded 1992; 23 years ago (1992)
Divisions 4
Number of teams 52
Levels on pyramid 3
Promotion to 2. SNL
Relegation to Regional Leagues
Current champions Dravinja (East)
Tolmin (West)
(2013–14)
Most championships Dravinja
Korte
Krka
Zavrč
(3 titles each)
2014–15 season

The Slovenian Third League (Slovene: Tretja Slovenska Nogometna Liga), commonly known as the 3. SNL, is the third tier of the Slovenian football system. The league consists of four divisions (Centre, East, North and West). They are operated by the Intercommunal Football Associations.

Clubs participating in the 2014–15 season[edit]

Centre[1]

Club Location Stadium Capacity 2013–14 position
Bled Bled Bled Sports Centre 1,000 3rd, Carniolan
Britof Britof NK Britof Stadium 1,500 2nd, Carniolan
Ilirija Ljubljana Ilirija Sports Park 1,440 2nd, Ljubljana
Ivančna Gorica Ivančna Gorica Ivančna Gorica Stadium 1,500 4th
Jezero Medvode Ob Sori Stadium 1,000 12th
Kolpa Podzemelj Podzemelj Sports Park 500 3rd, Ljubljana
Kočevje Kočevje Gaj Stadium 1,000 5th, Ljubljana
Komenda Komenda Komenda Hipodrom 536 1st, Ljubljana
Lesce Lesce Na Žagi Stadium 450 1st, Carniolan
Radomlje B Radomlje Radomlje Sports Park 700 4th, Ljubljana
Rudar Trbovlje Rudar Stadium 1,000 6th
Sava Kranj Stražišče Sports Park 2,000 13th
Zagorje Zagorje ob Savi Zagorje City Stadium 1,080 3rd
Zarica Kranj Zarica Sports Park 1,000 2nd

East[1]

Club Location Stadium Capacity 2013–14 position
Bakovci Bakovci Bakovci Stadium 500 3rd, Murska Sobota
Beltinci Beltinci Beltinci Sports Park 1,441 5th
Bistrica Srednja Bistrica NK Bistrica Stadium 60 2nd, Lendava
Čarda Martjanci ŠRC Martjanci 500 14th
Črenšovci Črenšovci Črenšovci Sports Park 1,300 1st, Lendava
Grad Grad NK Grad Stadium 500 12th
Ljutomer Ljutomer Ljutomer Sports Park 1,000 8th
Mura Murska Sobota Fazanerija 3,782 2nd, Murska Sobota
Nafta 1903 Lendava Lendava Sports Park 2,020 7th
Odranci Odranci ŠRC Odranci 1,000 3rd
Rakičan Rakičan Grajski Park Stadium 500 4th
Serdica Serdica Serdica Stadium / 1st, Murska Sobota
Tromejnik Kuzma Kuzma Football Stadium 800 10th
Turnišče Turnišče Turnišče Stadium 1,000 3rd, Lendava

North[1]

Club Location Stadium Capacity 2013–14 position
Bistrica Slovenska Bistrica Slovenska Bistrica Sports Park 964 13th
Drava Ptuj Ptuj City Stadium 2,207 2nd
Dravograd Dravograd Dravograd Sports Centre 1,918 2nd, Styrian
Fužinar Ravne na Koroškem City Stadium 304 1st, Styrian
Korotan Prevalje Stadion na Prevaljah 600 1st, MNZ Maribor
Lenart Lenart ŠRC Polena 750 3rd, Styrian
Malečnik Malečnik Berl Sports Centre 1,000 9th
Maribor B Maribor Tabor Sports Park 1,000 N/A1
Mons Claudius Rogatec Rogatec Sports Centre / 5th, Styrian
Podvinci Podvinci Podvinci Stadium / 3rd, Ptuj
Radlje Radlje ob Dravi Radlje ob Dravi Stadium / 4th, Styrian
Šampion Celje Arena Petrol 13,006 9th, 2. SNL
Šentjur Šentjur Šentjur Sports Park 1,200 11th
Šmarje Šmarje pri Jelšah Sports Park 1,000 6th

1 Stojnci and Videm declined promotion.

West[1]

Club Location Stadium Capacity 2013–14 position
Adria Miren Pri Štantu Stadium 300 11th
Ajdovščina Škou Ajdovščina Ajdovščina Football Stadium 1,705 10th
Bilje Bilje V Dolinci Stadium 300 1st, Littoral
Brda Dobrovo Vipolže Stadium 193 8th
Cerknica Cerknica Koleno Stadium 300 3rd, Littoral
Ilirska Bistrica Ilirska Bistrica Trnovo Sports Centre 500 4th, Littoral
Izola Izola Izola City Stadium 5,085 5th
Jadran Dekani Ivan Gregorič Stadium 1,000 7th
Portorož Piran Piran Pod Obzidjem Stadium 500 2nd, Littoral
Tabor Sežana Rajko Štolfa Stadium 2,000 9th

Winners[edit]

Season East West
1992–93
Veržej
Piran
1993–94
Drava Ptuj
Mengeš
1994–95
Šentjur
Črnuče
1995–96
Dravograd
Renče
1996–97
Aluminij
Krka
1997–98
Pohorje
Tabor Sežana
Season Centre East North West
1998–99
Livar
Črenšovci
Rogoza
Korte
1999–2000
Komenda
Renkovci
Dravinja
Brda
2000–01
Bela Krajina
Bakovci
Drava Ptuj
Renče
2001–02
Grosuplje
Križevci
Krško
Izola
2002–03
Svoboda
Čarda2
Pohorje2
Korte1
2003–04
Factor Ježica3
Nafta Lendava4
Šoštanj4
Korte3

1 Korte declined promotion, their place was taken by second placed Tabor Sežana
2 Čarda and Pohorje declined promotion (no replacement taken)
3 Play-off: Korte - Factor Ježica 4–0, 0–4 (1–4 pen.) Factor Ježica promoted
4 Play-off: Šoštanj - Nafta Lendava 0–0, 2–0 Šoštanj denied licence, Nafta Lendava promoted

Season East West
2004–05
Zavrč5
Šenčur
2005–06
Mura 05
Bonifika
2006–07
Zavrč
Krka
2007–08
MU Šentjur
Olimpija
2008–09
Dravinja
Šenčur
2009–10
Šmartno 1928
Adria6
2010–11
Odranci7
Radomlje
2011–12
Zavrč
Krka
2012–13
Veržej
Ankaran Hrvatini
2013–14
Dravinja
Tolmin

5 Zavrč declined promotion (no replacement taken)
6 Adria declined promotion, their place was taken by the second placed Dob
7 Odranci declined promotion, their place was taken by the second placed Šampion

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Zadeva: Sestava 3. SNL v TL 2014/2015" (PDF) (in Slovenian). Football Association of Slovenia official website. 24 June 2014. Retrieved 25 June 2014. 

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