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Slovenian Intercommunal Leagues

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Country  Slovenia
Level on pyramid  4 and below
Divisions  9
Promotion to  3. SNL or Regional
Founded  1992; 25 years ago (1992)

The Slovenian Intercommunal Leagues (Slovene: Slovenske Medobčinske Lige) are leagues in the Slovenian football system that are 4th level and below. They are operated by the Intercommunal Football Associations (Slovene: Medobčinske Nogometne Zveze – MNZ). There are 9 Intercommunal Football Associations.

Intercommunal Football Associations

  • MNZ Koper – Clubs from the southern part of Slovenian Littoral region.
  • MNZ Nova Gorica – Clubs from the northern part of Slovenian Littoral region.
  • MNZ Kranj – Clubs from Upper Carniola region.
  • MNZ Ljubljana – Clubs from Inner Carniola and Lower Carniola regions.
  • MNZ Celje – Clubs from western part of Styria region.
  • MNZ Maribor – Clubs from Carinthia and northern part of Styria region.
  • MNZ Ptuj – Clubs from eastern part of Styria region.
  • MNZ Murska Sobota – Clubs from western part of Prekmurje region.
  • MNZ Lendava – Clubs from eastern part of Prekmurje region.
  • Each of the 9 Intercommunal Football Associations also organizes its own cup competition, which serve as qualifiers for the Slovenian Cup.

    References

    Slovenian Intercommunal Leagues Wikipedia


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