1996–97 Slovenian Second League

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Slovenian Second League
Season 1996–97
Champions Vevče
Relegated Piran
Ljubljana
Goals scored 565
Top goalscorer Anton Usnik
(15 goals)

The season started on 17 August 1996 and ended on 1 June 1997.

  • Each team played a total of 29 matches.
  • Naklo merged with Triglav Kranj during the season.

League standing[edit]

[1]

Pos Team P W D L F A GD Pts
1 Vevče 29 17 9 3 57 19 +38 60
2 Drava Ptuj 29 16 8 5 49 19 +30 56
3 Dravograd 29 14 8 7 41 28 +13 50
4 Nafta Lendava 29 12 12 5 36 28 +8 48
5 Rudar Trbovlje 29 12 9 8 38 29 +9 45
6 Šentjur 29 11 9 9 37 38 –1 42
7 Domžale 29 11 6 12 40 30 +10 39
8 Zagorje 29 9 11 9 37 37 0 38
9 Železničar Maribor 29 10 7 12 37 33 +4 37
10 Goriške Opekarne 29 10 7 12 32 34 –2 37
11 Triglav Naklo[a] 29 8 12 9 37 31 +6 36
12 Šmartno 29 10 5 14 42 43 –1 35
13 Jadran Hrpelje-Kozina 29 9 6 14 27 48 –21 33
14 Črnuče 29 7 7 15 26 48 –22 28
15 Piran 29 6 3 20 19 74 –55 21
16 Ljubljana 15 1 5 9 10 26 –16 8
  1. ^ NK Triglav Kranj started the season in 3. SNL. During the winter break Triglav merged with NK Naklo who was a member of 2. SNL. In second half of the season a team named Triglav Naklo played 2. SNL in Kranj, while a team named Naklo Triglav played 3. SNL in Naklo.
    In the next, 1997–98 season, newly established NK Triglav Kranj took Triglav Naklo's place in 2. SNL, while Naklo Triglav played in 3. SNL. Naklo Triglav later eventually dropped name Triglav from it's name and was known as just Naklo, while the old Triglav Kranj ceased to exist.
Promoted to the Slovenian PrvaLiga
Promotion playoffs
Relegated to the Slovenian Third League
Withdrew from the competition

Promotion play-offs[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "30 let MNZ Ptuj, page 50" (PDF) (in Slovenian). MNZ Ptuj. Retrieved 25 June 2016.