2. Liga Interregional

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2. Liga Interregional
2. Liga Interregional.png
CountrySwitzerland
Other club(s) fromLiechtenstein
Confederation UEFA
Number of teams6 groups of 14 teams
Level on pyramid5
Promotion to 1. Liga
Relegation to 2. Liga
Domestic cup(s) Swiss Cup
Current champions Olimpique de Geneve FC
Website Official Site

2. Liga Interregional is the fifth tier of the Swiss football league system. From 2000 to 2012, it was the country's fourth level. The division is split into 6 groups of 14 teams, by geographical region.

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Current Season

The 2019–20 season is the current season in the Swiss 2. Liga Interregional.

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Groups of 2. Liga Interregional

Group 1

  • FC Amical Saint-Prex
  • FC Collex-Bossy
  • FC Conthey
  • FC Genolier-Begnins
  • FC Forward-Morges
  • CS Italien
  • FC Monthey

Group 2

Group 3

  • FC Konolfingen
  • FC Lerchenfeld
  • FC Liestal
  • FC Moutier
  • BSC Old Boys
  • FC Spiez
  • FC Tavannes/Tramelan

Group 4

  • AS Novazzano
  • FC Perlen-Buchrain
  • FC Rotkreuz
  • FC Sarnen
  • FC Sursee
  • AC Taverne
  • FC Willisau

Group 5

Group 6

Winners

The league champions:

SeasonGroup 1Group 2Group 3Group 4Group 5Group 6
2005–06 Flag of Canton of Valais.svg FC Sion U21 Flag of Canton of Fribourg.svg FC La Tour/Le Pâquier Flag of Canton of Tessin.svg FC Stabio Flag of Canton of Solothurn.svg FC Olten Flag of Canton of Sankt Gallen.svg FC Gossau
2006–07 Flag of Canton of Valais.svg FC Savièse Flag of Canton of Bern.svg SV Lyss Flag of Canton of Lucerne.svg FC Schötz Flag of Canton of Basel.svg BSC Old Boys Flag of Canton of Zurich.svg FC Küsnacht
2007–08 Flag of Canton of Geneva.svg CS Chênois Flag of Canton of Vaud.svg FC Le Mont Flag of Canton of Lucerne.svg FC Emmenbrücke Flag of Canton of Zurich.svg SV Höngg Flag of Liechtenstein.svg USV Eschen/Mauren
2008–09 Flag of Canton of Geneva.svg Grand-Lancy FC Flag of Canton of Bern.svg FC Breitenrain Flag of Canton of Tessin.svg FC Lugano II Flag of Canton of Basel Land.svg FC Laufen Flag of Canton of Graubunden.svg Chur 97
2009–10 Flag of Canton of Vaud.svg US Terre Sainte Flag of Canton of Bern.svg FC Thun II Flag of Canton of Aargau.svg FC Aarau II Flag of Canton of Solothurn.svg SC Dornach Flag of Canton of Sankt Gallen.svg SC Brühl
2010–11 Flag of Canton of Geneva.svg Servette FC U21 Flag of Canton of Fribourg.svg FC Bulle Flag of Canton of Neuchatel.svg FC Serrières Flag of Canton of Aargau.svg FC Muri Flag of Canton of Zurich.svg SV Höngg Flag of Liechtenstein.svg FC Balzers
2011–12 Flag of Canton of Vaud.svg US Terre Sainte Flag of Canton of Bern.svg FC Köniz Flag of Canton of Basel.svg FC Black Stars Basel Flag of Canton of Zug.svg Zug 94 Flag of Canton of Zurich.svg FC Wettswil-Bonstetten Flag of Canton of Thurgau.svg FC Kreuzlingen
2012–13 Flag of Canton of Vaud.svg FC Azzurri 90 Lausanne Flag of Canton of Vaud.svg FC Bavois Flag of Canton of Neuchatel.svg Neuchâtel Xamax FCS Flag of Canton of Lucerne.svg FC Sursee Flag of Canton of Zurich.svg FC Thalwil Flag of Canton of Graubunden.svg Chur 97
2013–14 Flag of Canton of Vaud.svg FC Stade-Lausanne-Ouchy Flag of Canton of Vaud.svg Team Vaud U21 Flag of Canton of Bern.svg FC Bern Flag of Canton of Tessin.svg AC Taverne Flag of Canton of Zurich.svg FC Dietikon Flag of Canton of Zurich.svg FC Seuzach
2014–15 Flag of Canton of Geneva.svg Signal FC Bernex-Confignon Flag of Canton of Neuchatel.svg FC La Chaux-de-Fonds Flag of Canton of Bern.svg FC Thun II Flag of Canton of Nidwalden.svg SC Buochs Flag of Canton of Zurich.svg FC United Zürich Flag of Canton of Zurich.svg FC Kosova Zürich
2015–16 Flag of Canton of Vaud.svg FC Vevey Sports 1899 Flag of Canton of Vaud.svg FC La Sarraz-Eclépenz Flag of Canton of Jura.svg FC Bassecourt Flag of Canton of Tessin.svg AC Bellinzona Flag of Canton of Zurich.svg FC Red Star Zürich Flag of Canton of Zurich.svg FC Seefeld Zürich
2016–17 Flag of Canton of Geneva.svg Meyrin FC Flag of Canton of Fribourg.svg FC Portalban/Gletterens Flag of Canton of Bern.svg FC Langenthal Flag of Canton of Lucerne.svg FC Kickers Luzern Flag of Canton of Zurich.svg SV Höngg Flag of Canton of Zurich.svg FC Kosova Zürich
2017–18 Flag of Canton of Geneva.svg CS Chênois Flag of Canton of Fribourg.svg FC Bulle Flag of Canton of Bern.svg FC Biel-Bienne Flag of Canton of Nidwalden.svg FC Hergiswil Flag of Canton of Aargau.svg SC Zofingen Flag of Canton of Glarus.svg FC Linth 04
2018–19 Flag of Canton of Geneva.svg Olympique de Geneve FC Flag of Canton of Vaud.svg US Terre Sainte Flag of Canton of Basel Land.svg SV Muttenz Flag of Canton of Tessin.svg FC Paradiso Flag of Canton of Zurich.svg FC Dietikon Flag of Liechtenstein.svg FC Balzers

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