IV liga

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IV liga
Founded7 January 2007
(New Formula)
Country Poland
Confederation UEFA
Number of teams337 (in 2019/20)
Level on pyramid 5
Promotion to III liga
Relegation to Liga okręgowa or V liga
Domestic cup(s) Polish Cup

IV liga (Czwarta Liga) is the fifth level of the Polish football league system. The current structure of IV liga was created in season 2000/01 after introducing new administrative division of Poland. 16 clubs, one from each voivodeship (province), are promoted to III liga. The bottom clubs are relegated to Liga okręgowa or V liga (depending on the voivodeship).

Until the end of the 2007/08 [1] season IV liga lay at fourth tier of league system but this was changed with the formation of the Ekstraklasa as the highest level of football league in Poland.

Groups

In 2019/20 season, there are 20 [2] parallel groups of IV liga. There are two groups in 4 voivodeships but only one club can be promoted after winning the play-offs between the winners of these two groups.

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The clubs from Lublin Voivodeship compete in this group. The winner of the league is promoted to III liga group IV. The bottom teams are relegated to the groups of Liga okręgowa from Lublin Voivodeship. These groups are Biała Podlaska, Chełm, Lublin and Zamość.

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The clubs from Lesser Poland Voivodeship compete in this group. The winner of the league is promoted to III liga group IV. The bottom teams are relegated to the groups of Liga okręgowa from Lesser Poland Voivodeship. These groups are Kraków I, Kraków II, Kraków III, Nowy Sącz, Tarnów I, Tarnów II and Wadowice.

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The clubs from Mazovian Voivodeship compete in these groups. The winner of the play-off is promoted to III liga group I. The bottom teams are relegated to the groups of Liga okręgowa from Mazovian Voivodeship. These groups are Ciechanów-Ostrołęka, Płock, Radom, Siedlce, Warszawa I and Warszawa II.

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The clubs from Subcarpathian Voivodeship compete in this group. The winner of the league is promoted to III liga group IV. The bottom teams are relegated to the groups of Liga okręgowa from Subcarpathian Voivodeship. These groups are Dębica, Jarosław, Krosno, Rzeszów and Stalowa Wola.

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The clubs from Podlaskie Voivodeship compete in this group. The winner of the league is promoted to III liga group I. The bottom teams are relegated to the group of Liga okręgowa from Podlaskie Voivodeship. This group is Podlasie.

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