Macedonian Second Football League

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Македонска Втора Лига
Macedonian Second League
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Founded1992
Country North Macedonia
Confederation UEFA
Divisions1
Number of teams20
Level on pyramid2
Promotion to 1. MFL
Relegation to 3. MFL
Domestic cup(s) Macedonian Football Cup
Current champions Bregalnica, GFK Tikvesh (East)
Skopje (West)
(2020–21)
Most championships Shkëndija (3 titles)
Website ffm.mk
Current: 2020–21

The Macedonian Second Football League (Macedonian : Втора македонска Фудбалска Лига, Vtora Makedonska Fudbalska Liga; also called Macedonian Second League, 2. MFL and Vtora Liga) is the second-highest professional football competition in North Macedonia.

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The competition is contested by 20 clubs under two groups (West and East group) with 10 teams, [1] playing each other 3 times over 27 rounds. At the end of the season, the winners of the two groups will gain promotion to the Macedonian First League, while the second-placed teams will be played each other in the play-off semifinals, and the winner of that tie will go into a play-off final against the 8th placed team in the Macedonian First League.

2020–21 member clubs

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Location of teams in 2020–21 Macedonian Second League:
Red pog.svg Group East; Blue pog.svg Group West

East

West

Sources: [2] [3]

Winning clubs

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Macedonian Second League's former logo

Note: Bold indicates clubs that was promoted to the Macedonian First League.

SeasonDivisionChampionsRunners-upThird place
1992–93 United Ljuboten Karaorman Skopje
1993–94 East Kozhuf Bregalnica Shtip Prvi Partizan
West Ohrid Metalurg Skopje Teteks
1994–95 East Pobeda Valandovo Kumanovo Bregalnica Shtip
West Makedonija Skopje Shkëndija Arachinovo Gostivar (1919)
1995–96 East Bregalnica Shtip Borec Plachkovica Jaka
West Shkëndija Napredok Shkëndija Arachinovo
1996–97 East Borec Osogovo Bregalnica Delchevo
West Skopje Karaorman Teteks
1997–98 East Osogovo Kumanovo Jaka Radovish
West Rabotnichki Jugohrom Teteks
1998–99 East Kumanovo Belasica Bashkimi
West Napredok Teteks Ohrid
1999–00 East Belasica Sloga Vinica Bashkimi
West Shkëndija Karaorman Teteks
2000–01 United Kumanovo Napredok Jugohrom
2001–02 United Tikvesh Bregalnica Delchevo Bashkimi
2002–03 United Bashkimi Madjari Solidarnost Teteks
2003–04 United Bregalnica Shtip Shkëndija 79 Skopje
2004–05 United Vëllazërimi Renova Makedonija GP
2005–06 United Pelister Napredok Karaorman
2006–07 United Milano Cementarnica 55 Teteks
2007–08 United Turnovo Metalurg Miravci
2008–09 United Teteks Sloga Jugomagnat Shkëndija
2009–10 United Shkëndija Skopje Napredok
2010–11 United 11 Oktomvri Ohrid Tikvesh
2011–12 United Pelister Drita Gorno Lisiche
2012–13 United Makedonija GP Gostivar Skopje
2013–14 United Sileks Teteks Skopje
2014–15 United Shkupi Mladost Carev Dvor Gostivar
2015–16 United Pobeda Makedonija GP Pelister
2016–17 United Akademija Pandev Skopje Novaci
2017–18 East Belasica Borec Bregalnica Shtip
West Makedonija GP Gostivar Vëllazërimi 77
2018–19 East Borec Tikvesh Bregalnica Shtip
West Struga Labunishta Pelister
2019–20 None awarded, Belasica and Pelister were promoted
2020–21 East Bregalnica Shtip Tikvesh Kit-Go
West Skopje Ohrid Veleshta

Source: [4]

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