Local football championships of Greece

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Local football championships of Greece are lowest leagues of the Greek Football. The participants are only amateur clubs from various Greek cities or villages. Every Football Association has its own league and at the end the winner of each Association Championship plays knock-out matches against other Associations winners. The current football associations in Greece are:

(defunct)

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