Macedonian Vtora Liga

Macedonian Vtora Liga

Infobox football league
name = Македонска Втора Лига Macedonian Second League

pixels = 130
country = flagicon|MKD Republic of Macedonia
confed = UEFA
founded = 1992
divisions = 1
teams = 16
promotion = Macedonian First League
relegation = Macedonian Third League
levels = 2
domest_cup = Macedonian Cup
champions = Turnovo
season = 2007-08
tv =
website = Football Federation of Macedonia
current = 2008-09

The Macedonian Second League ( _mk. Македонска Втора Лига - Makedonska Vtora Liga) is the second highest professional football competition in the Republic of Macedonia.

The competition is contested by 16 clubs, playing each other 2 times over 30 rounds. At the end of the season, the winner of the league along with the 2nd placed team will gain promotion to the Macedonian First League, while the 3rd and 4th placed teams will go into a play-off against the 9th and 10th placed teams in the Macedonian First League. At the end of the season, the bottom 4 teams will be relegated to the Macedonian Third League in order to reduce the teams to 14 next season and 12 teams in 2010/11, while the 12th placed team will play a play-off with one of the 5 winners of the Macedonian Third League.


Second League members for 2008/09

*Bregalnica 2008
*Cementarnica 55
*Madžari Solidarnost
*Nov Milenium
*Novaci 2005
*Ohrid 2004
*Sloga Jugomagnat
*Škendija 79
*Vardar Dekamel

External links

* [ Football Federation of Macedonia Official Site]

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