Serbian League Vojvodina

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Serbian League Vojvodina
Founded1995
CountryFlag of Serbia.svg  Serbia (2006–present)
Flag of Serbia and Montenegro (1992-2006).svg  Serbia and Montenegro (1995–2006)
Number of teams20
Level on pyramid3
Promotion to Serbian First League
Relegation to Vojvodina League East
Vojvodina League North
Vojvodina League South
Domestic cup(s) Serbian Cup
Current champions Mladost Novi Sad
(2020–21)
Most championships ČSK Čelarevo (2 titles)
Current: 2020–21 season

Serbian League Vojvodina (Serbian: Српска лига Војводина / Srpska liga Vojvodina) is one of four sections of the Serbian League, the third national tier. The other three sections are Serbian League Belgrade, Serbian League East, and Serbian League West. It began as the "Vojvodina League" in 1958 and obtain the current form in 1995.

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Seasons

Members for 2020–21

The following 20 clubs compete in the Serbian League Vojvodina during the 2020–21 season.

ClubLocation
1. Maj Ruma
Bačka 1901 Subotica
Bečej 1918 Bečej
Borac Sakule
Bratstvo 1946 Prigrevica
Dinamo 1945 Pančevo
Dunav Stari Banovci
Hajduk 1912 Kula
Jedinstvo Stara Pazova
Kozara Banatsko Veliko Selo
Mladost Novi Sad
OFK Vršac Vršac
Omladinac Novi Banovci
Radnički Zrenjanin
Radnički 1912 Sombor
Sloboda Novi Kozarci
Sloga Čonoplja
Stari Grad Bačka Palanka
Tisa Adorjan
Vojvodina 1928 Perlez

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