Nemzeti Bajnokság III

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Nemzeti Bajnokság III
Country Hungary
Number of teams48 (3×16)
Level on pyramid3
Promotion to Nemzeti Bajnokság II
Relegation to Megyei Bajnokság I
Domestic cup(s) Hungarian Cup
Current champions Kaposvár (Western group)
Monor (Central group)
Tiszakécske (Eastern group)
Website http://www.nb3.hu/
Current: 2020–21 Nemzeti Bajnokság III

Nemzeti Bajnokság III (NBIII, National Championship III) is the third tier of Hungarian football (from the autumn of 1997 till the spring of 2005, NB III was the fourth tier, the third was NB II). The tier contains 3 groups (west, center, east) of 16 teams. From each group, the champions are promoted to the NB II. The three lowest teams are relegated to the first tier of local divisions (Megye I.). From NB II, the three lowest teams are relegated to NB III. [1]

Contents

Groups

List of champions

Regional classification

#YearAlföldBakonyDrávaDunaMátraTisza
?. 2011–12 Dunaharaszti Csákvár Kaposvár Érd Putnok Várda
?. 2012–13 Soroksár Dorog Dunaújváros Budaörs Felsőtárkány Várda

Tripartite classification

#YearWestCentreEast
?. 2013–14 Csákvár Soroksár Szeged 2011
?. 2014–15 Budaörs Vác Kisvárda
?. 2015–16 Mosonmagyaróvár Dorog Kozármisleny SZEOL SC Nyíregyháza Cegléd Cigánd
?. 2016–17 Győr Budafok Kazincbarcika
?. 2017–18 Kaposvár Monor Tiszakécske
?. 2018–19 Ajka Szeged 2011 Szolnok
?. 2019–20 [2] 1 Szetlőrinc Pécs Debreceni EAC
?. 2020–21 TBDTBDTBD
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