2. Liga (Slovakia)

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2. liga
Founded1993
Country Slovakia
Confederation UEFA
Number of teams16
Level on pyramid2
Promotion to Fortuna Liga
Relegation to 3. Liga
Domestic cup(s) Slovnaft Cup
Current champions Dubnica
(2019–20)
Most championships Nitra (3 titles)
Current: 2020–21

The 2. Liga is the second-level football league in Slovakia and is an amateur league. Currently, there are sixteen teams in one group of the competition. For two seasons, it was also known as DOXXbet liga for sponsorship reasons.

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History

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.

For 2014/2015 & 2015/2016 seasons the league became known as DOXXbet liga as part of a sponsorship agreement. [1]

Current teams (2020–21)

[2]

Winners

[ citation needed ]

SeasonChampionsRunners-upThird placedTop scorerGoalsTeam
1993–94 BSC JAS Bardejov Slovan Levice Slavoj Trebišov Flag of Slovakia.svg Richard Varadin14 ŠKP Bratislava
1994–95 FC Nitra Slovan Levice Artmedia Petržalka Flag of Slovakia.svg Milan Strelec
Flag of Slovakia.svg Róbert Formanko
14 Artmedia Petržalka
Ozeta Dukla Trenčín
1995–96 Artmedia Petržalka MŠK Žilina Rimavská Sobota Flag of Slovakia.svg Jozef Pisár 21 Rimavská Sobota
1996–97 MŠK Ružomberok Ozeta Dukla Trenčín Tatran Devín Flag of Slovakia.svg Imrich Miklós25 Tatran Devín
1997–98 FC Nitra ZTS Dubnica Matador Púchov Flag of Slovakia.svg Peter Hodúr18 FC Nitra
1998–99 DAC Dunajská Streda Koba Senec ŠKP Devín Flag of Slovakia.svg Richard Varadin24 Tatran ŠKP Devín
1999–00 Matador Púchov NCHZ Nováky Železiarne Podbrezová Flag of Slovakia.svg Jozef Pisár 22 Rimavská Sobota
2000–01 ZTS Dubnica FC Nitra Železiarne Podbrezová Flag of Slovakia.svg Mário Breška 23 FC Nitra
2001–02 Spartak Trnava Steel Trans Ličartovce Rimavská Sobota Flag of Slovakia.svg Ivan Bartoš
Flag of Slovakia.svg Jozef Jelšic
17 FK Dukla Banská Bystrica
FC Nitra
2002–03 Dukla Banská Bystrica Steel Trans Ličartovce Koba Senec Flag of Slovakia.svg Peter Bugár17 MFK Topvar Topoľčany
2003–04 Rimavská Sobota Steel Trans Ličartovce Tatran Prešov Flag of Slovakia.svg Peter Iskra18 Rimavská Sobota
2004–05 FC Nitra Steel Trans Ličartovce Slovan Bratislava Flag of Slovakia.svg Róbert Rák 27 FC Nitra
2005–06 MFK Košice Slovan Bratislava FC Senec Flag of Slovakia.svg Pavol Piatka 22 MFK Košice
2006–07 Zlaté Moravce Eldus Močenok Rimavská Sobota Flag of Slovakia.svg Jozef Pisár 15 Rimavská Sobota
2007–08 Tatran Prešov ŠPORT Podbrezová Inter Bratislava Flag of Slovakia.svg Tomáš Majtán 16 Inter Bratislava
2008–09 Inter Bratislava FK AS Trenčín ŠPORT Podbrezová Flag of Argentina.svg David Depetris 21 FK AS Trenčín
2009–10 Zlaté Moravce FK AS Trenčín FK Púchov Flag of Slovakia.svg Karol Pavelka 16 Zlaté Moravce
2010–11 FK AS Trenčín Rimavská Sobota Petržalka Flag of Argentina.svg David Depetris 31 FK AS Trenčín
2011–12 Spartak Myjava Podbrezová Dolný Kubín Flag of Slovakia.svg Peter Sládek
Flag of Slovakia.svg Tomáš Čekovský
14 Spartak Myjava
Podbrezová
2012–13 DAC Dunajská Streda Podbrezová SFM Senec Flag of Nigeria.svg Hector Tubonemi 19 Podbrezová
2013–14 Podbrezová Zemplín Michalovce Partizán Bardejov Flag of Slovakia.svg Michal Hamuľak 26 Zemplín Michalovce
2014–15 Zemplín Michalovce MFK Skalica Tatran Prešov Flag of Slovakia.svg Matúš Paukner 21 FC Nitra
2015–16 Tatran Prešov FC VSS Košice Liptovský Mikuláš Flag of Serbia.svg Marko Milunović 19 Partizán Bardejov
2016–17 FC VSS Košice 1 FC Nitra MFK Skalica Flag of Brazil.svg Peu 23 FC ŠTK 1914 Šamorín
2017–18 ŠKF Sereď MFK Skalica FK Poprad Flag of Slovakia.svg Michal Hamuľak 20 Partizán Bardejov
2018–19 FK Pohronie FK Poprad MFK Skalica Flag of Serbia.svg Samir Nurković
Flag of Montenegro.svg Miladin Vujošević
23 KFC Komárno
FK Dubnica
2019–20 FK Dubnica Dukla Banská Bystrica MFK Skalica Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Roman Haša 14 MFK Skalica

1 FC VSS Košice did not meet club license rules and they went into bankruptcy

Performance by club

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ClubWinnersPromotedPromoting Years
FC Nitra 34 1994–95, 1997–98, 2004–05, 2016–17
ZTS Dubnica 23 1995–96, 1997–98, 2000–01
ViOn Zlaté Moravce 22 2006–07, 2009–10
DAC Dunajská Streda 22 1998–99, 2012–13
Tatran Prešov 22 2007–08, 2015–16
FC VSS Košice 212 2005–06
FK AS Trenčín 12 1996–97, 2010–11
Rimavská Sobota 12 1995–96, 2003–04
Koba Senec 02 1998–99, 2005–06
Podbrezová 11 2013–14
Zemplín Michalovce 11 2014–15
Artmedia Petržalka 11 1995–96
BSC JAS Bardejov 11 1993–94
Dukla Banská Bystrica 11 2002–03
MŠK Ružomberok 11 1996–97
Matador Púchov 11 1999–2000
Spartak Myjava 11 2011–12
Spartak Trnava 11 2001–02
ŠKF Sereď 11 2017–18
FK Pohronie 11 2018–19
MŠK Žilina 01 1995–96
Slovan Bratislava 01 2005–06
MFK Skalica 01 2014–15
Inter Bratislava 10 1

1- Inter Bratislava won league in 2008-09, but license was sold to FK Senica. [3]
2- FC VSS Košice won league in 2016–17, but did not meet club license rules and they went into bankruptcy

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References

  1. "Druhá najvyššia súťaž bude od novej sezóny DOXXbet liga" (in Slovak). Fortuna Liga. 16 June 2014. Archived from the original on 14 July 2014. Retrieved 23 August 2016.
  2. "2. Liga". Soccerway. Perform. Retrieved 30 August 2020.
  3. "Prvé mužstvo FK Inter zaniklo, hráči so zmluvou idú do Senice".