|Other club(s) from||Liechtenstein|
|Number of teams||6 groups of 14 teams|
|Level on pyramid||5|
|Promotion to||1. Liga|
|Relegation to||2. Liga|
|Domestic cup(s)||Swiss Cup|
|Current champions|| Olimpique de Geneve FC US Terre-Sainte SV Muttenz FC Paradiso FC Dietikon FC Balzers |
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.
The 2019–20 season is the current season in the Swiss 2. Liga Interregional.
The league champions:
|Season||Group 1||Group 2||Group 3||Group 4||Group 5||Group 6|
|2005–06||FC Sion U21||FC La Tour/Le Pâquier||FC Stabio||FC Olten||FC Gossau||—|
|2006–07||FC Savièse||SV Lyss||FC Schötz||BSC Old Boys||FC Küsnacht||—|
|2007–08||CS Chênois||FC Le Mont||FC Emmenbrücke||SV Höngg||USV Eschen/Mauren||—|
|2008–09||Grand-Lancy FC||FC Breitenrain||FC Lugano II||FC Laufen||Chur 97||—|
|2009–10||US Terre Sainte||FC Thun II||FC Aarau II||SC Dornach||SC Brühl||—|
|2010–11||Servette FC U21||FC Bulle||FC Serrières||FC Muri||SV Höngg||FC Balzers|
|2011–12||US Terre Sainte||FC Köniz||FC Black Stars Basel||Zug 94||FC Wettswil-Bonstetten||FC Kreuzlingen|
|2012–13||FC Azzurri 90 Lausanne||FC Bavois||Neuchâtel Xamax FCS||FC Sursee||FC Thalwil||Chur 97|
|2013–14||FC Stade-Lausanne-Ouchy||Team Vaud U21||FC Bern||AC Taverne||FC Dietikon||FC Seuzach|
|2014–15||Signal FC Bernex-Confignon||FC La Chaux-de-Fonds||FC Thun II||SC Buochs||FC United Zürich||FC Kosova Zürich|
|2015–16||FC Vevey Sports 1899||FC La Sarraz-Eclépenz||FC Bassecourt||AC Bellinzona||FC Red Star Zürich||FC Seefeld Zürich|
|2016–17||Meyrin FC||FC Portalban/Gletterens||FC Langenthal||FC Kickers Luzern||SV Höngg||FC Kosova Zürich|
|2017–18||CS Chênois||FC Bulle||FC Biel-Bienne||FC Hergiswil||SC Zofingen||FC Linth 04|
|2018–19||Olympique de Geneve FC||US Terre Sainte||SV Muttenz||FC Paradiso||FC Dietikon||FC Balzers|
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