Luxembourg 3. Division

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3. Division
CountryLuxembourg
Confederation UEFA
Number of teams20
Level on pyramid5
Promotion to 2. Division
Domestic cup(s) Luxembourg Cup
Current championsSerie 1: US Reisdorf
Serie 2: Etoile Sportive Clemency
(2018–19)

The Luxembourg 3. Division (Luxembourgish : 3. Divisioun) is the fifth tier of the Luxembourg football league system. There are a total of 11 teams in the division.

2021–22 clubs

ClubLocation2017–18 position
Les Aiglons Dalheim 9th
FC Brouch Brouch 10th (Serie 2)
Claravallis Clervaux 10th
FC Etoile Sportive Schouweiler Schouweiler
Excelsior Grevels Grevels
FC Kiischpelt Wëlwerwolz Pintsch 7th
FC Olympia Christnach-Waldbillig Waldbillig 8th
FC Racing Troisvierges Troisvierges 4th
Rupensia Lusitanos Larochette
FC Tricolore Gasperich Gasperich 6th
FC Vinesca Ehnen Ehnen

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