Macedonian Third Football League
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|Level on pyramid||3|
|Promotion to||2. MFL|
|Relegation to||Macedonian Regional Leagues|
|Domestic cup(s)||Macedonian Football Cup|
|Current champions||Goblen (North)|
Partizan Obrshani (Center)
Detonit Junior (Southeast)
Genç Kalemler (West)
|2018–19 Macedonian Third Football League|
From 2017–18, the competition will be divided into six divisions named Third League - North (Трета Лига - Север), Third League - Center (Трета Лига - Центар), Third League - Southeast (Трета Лига - Југоисток), Third League - East (Трета Лига - Исток), Third League - West (Трета Лига - Запад) and Third League - Southwest (Трета Лига-Југозапад). At the end of the season, the five winners of the divisions along with the 13th placed team from the Macedonian Second League play between them in a play-off. The three winners from the play-off gain promotion to Macedonian Second League. The bottom teams from all divisions are relegated to the Macedonian Regional Leagues.
|†||Club gained promotion to the unified Second League|
|W||Club gained promotion to Second League West|
|E||Club gained promotion to Second League East|
|1992–93||Tehnokom Gorno Lisiche W||?||Varosh E||Prvi Partizan Turnovo E||Pitu Guli W||Korabi W|
|1993–94||Shkëndija W||?||Zheleznichar Bogomila E||?||Suvenir W||?|
|1994–95||Ilinden Skopje W||Rabotnik Djumajlija E||?||Malesh E||Svetlost Kukurechani W||Flamurtari Radolishta W|
|1995–96||Jugohrom W||Karposh 93 E||Gaber E||Sloga Vinica E||11 Oktomvri W||Vevchani W|
|1996–97||Alumina W||Ovche Pole E||Rosoman 83 E||Astibo E||Proleter Makedonski Brod W||Vlaznimi W|
|1997–98||Gostivar W||Besa-Vlazrimi E||Udarnik Pirava E||Tiverija E||Demir Hisar W||Veleshta W|
|1998–99||Butel W||Karposh 93 E||Dojransko Ezero E||Belo Brdo E||Mariovo (Bitola) W||Voska W|
|1999–00||Drita||Mesna Industrija †||Rosoman 83||Mladost GT Orizari †||11 Oktomvri †||Vëllazërimi|
- From 1992 to 1994 the Pelagonia regional group was named as West group.
|2000–01||Drita †||Kozhuf †||Turnovo †||Makedonija Vranishta †|
|2001–02||Madjari Solidarnost †||Pobeda Valandovo †||Bregalnica Shtip †||Vëllazërimi †|
|2002–03||Skopje †||Lozar †||Zletovica †||Bratstvo Resen †|
|2003–04||Renova †||Vardar Negotino||Mladost Sushica †||Dollogozhda|
|2017–18||Goblen W||Partizan Obrshani E||Detonit Junior E||Kit-Go Pehchevo E||Genç Kalemler W||Korabi W||Vardar Negotino E|
- 1. a : Lokomotiva was promoted after the win in the additional play-off match against Korabi because was the Second League expanded after the play-off chaos.
- 2. a : Babi was promoted because Bregalnica Delchevo was rejected the promotion.
- 3. a : Shkupi was lost promotion play-offs, but due to the merger with Korzo the club was promoted.
- 4. a : Vëllazërimi was lost promotion play-offs, but due to the merger with Vrapčište the club was promoted.
- 5. a : Novaci was lost promotion play-offs, but due to the withdrawal of Mladost Carev Dvor from the Second League the club was promoted.
- 6. a : Tikvesh was promoted due to the withdrawal of Ljubanci from the Second League.