3. Liga (Slovakia)

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3. slovenská futbalová liga
Country Slovakia
Confederation UEFA
Number of teams66
Level on pyramid3
Promotion to 2. Liga
Relegation to 4. Liga
Domestic cup(s) Slovnaft Cup
Current champions Slovan Bratislava juniori (Bratislava)
TJ KOVO Beluša (West)
MFK Ružomberok II (Central)
FC Košice (East)
Soccerball current event.svg 2020–21

The 3. Liga is the third-tier football league of Slovakia. It currently consists of four divisions, three of sixteen teams (division Bratislava, division Middle and division East) and division West consists of eighteen teams.



1993–2006No main sponsor3. liga
2006–2011No main sponsor2. liga
2011–2012No main sponsor3. liga [1]
2012–2013 Tipos Keno 10 3. liga
2013–present Tipos TIPOS III.liga

Current season teams (2020–21)

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  1. "Zo súčasnej I. ligy bude od sezóny 2011/2012 opäť II. liga". Archived from the original on 2015-02-05. Retrieved 2016-02-01.