Second League of the Republika Srpska

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Second League of the Republika Srpska
Founded1995
Country Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg Bosnia and Herzegovina
Confederation UEFA
Number of teamsEast – 16
West – 15
Level on pyramid 3
Promotion to First League of the Republika Srpska
Relegation to Regional League RS - West
Regional League RS - Center
Regional League RS - East
Regional League RS - South
Domestic cup(s) Bosnian Cup, Republika Srpska Cup
International cup(s) UEFA Europa Conference League
(The winner of the Bosnian Cup earns
an automatic spot in the UEFA Europa Conference League)
Current championsEast – Leotar
West – Borac Kozarska Dubica
(2019–20)
TV partners RTRS
Website Second League East & West (in Serbian)
Current: 2020–21 Second League of the Republika Srpska

The Second League of the Republika Srpska (Serbian : Друга лига Републике Српске / Druga liga Republike Srpske) is a third level football league competition in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is divided into two leagues, based on geographical areas. The winner of each league is promoted to the First League of the Republika Srpska. Clubs at the bottom of the table are relegated to the respective regional leagues.

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Member clubs for 2020–21

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