Eccellenza Liguria

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Eccellenza Liguria
Organising body Lega Nazionale Dilettanti
Confederation UEFA
Number of teams21
Promotion to Serie D
Relegation to Promozione Liguria
League cup(s) Coppa Italia Dilettanti
Current championsLigorna
Most championships Sanremese, Sestrese, Vado, Virtus Entella (3 titles each)

Eccellenza Liguria is the regional Eccellenza football division for clubs in the northern Italian region of Liguria. It consists of 16 teams competing in one group. The winning team is promoted to Serie D, the top level of Italian amateur football. The club that finishes second may also gain promotion by taking part in a two-round national play-off.


The past champions of Eccellenza Liguria were: [1]

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| manageryears3 = 2006–2007 | managerclubs3 = Sestri Levante
| manageryears4 = 2007–2008 | managerclubs4 = Sestri Levante
| manageryears5 = 2008–2009 | managerclubs5 = Sestri Levante | manageryears6 = 2009–2010 | managerclubs6 = Virtus Entella
| manageryears7 = 2010–2011 | managerclubs7 = Virtus Entella
| manageryears8 = 2011–2012 | managerclubs8 = Sestri Levante
| manageryears9 = 2014–2015 | managerclubs9 = Il Golfo del Tigullio
| manageryears10 = 2015–2016 | managerclubs10 = Genoa
| manageryears11 = 2016 | managerclubs11 = Laçi (Manager) manageryears11 = 2016-2018 | managerclubs11 = KF Vllaznia


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