Serbian Zone League

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Serbian Zone League
CountryFlag of Serbia and Montenegro (1992-2006).svg  Serbia and Montenegro (2002–2006)
Flag of Serbia.svg  Serbia (2006–present)
Confederation UEFA
Divisions10 (2002–2004)
13 (2004–2007)
9 (2007–2008)
7 (2008–2009)
8 (2009–2014)
10 (2014–2018)
11 (2018–2019)
12 (2019–present)
Level on pyramid4
Promotion to Serbian League
Relegation toSerbian District League
Domestic cup(s) Serbian Cup
Soccerball current event.svg2019–20

Serbian Zone League (Serbian : Зонска лига Србије / Zonska liga Srbije) is the fourth tier of football in the Serbian football league system, consisting of 12 divisions as of the 2019–20 season. The divisions are run by the four regional associations, namely Football Association of West Serbia (four), Football Association of East Serbia (four), Football Association of Vojvodina (three), and Football Association of Belgrade (one). The winner of each division gets promoted to one of the four Serbian League divisions (Belgrade, Vojvodina, East and West).

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Divisions

Current

Football Association of Belgrade
Football Association of East Serbia
Football Association of Vojvodina
Football Association of West Serbia

Defunct

Football Association of East Serbia
Football Association of Vojvodina
Football Association of West Serbia

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