Liga V

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Liga V
Founded2006
Country Romania
Level on pyramid5
Promotion to Liga IV
Relegation to Liga VI or none
Domestic cup(s) Cupa României
Supercupa României

Liga V is the fifth level of the Romanian football league system.

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Liga V has 42 divisions. The divisions are regionalised and are organised by every county association. Each team plays in their own county. The county associations decide how many teams play in the league and how many matches each side plays. In Romania the most frequently used system is one division with matches played home and away. A number of associations prefer 2 or even 3 parallel divisions. The number of teams differ from one county association to another.

Promotion

The champions of each division are promoted to Liga IV.

Notable teams (2019–20)

Liga V

Liga VI

Not active at senior level

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