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Liga III

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Dec 15, 2021

The Liga 3, most often spelled as Liga III, is the third level of the Romanian football league system. Its name was changed from Divizia C to Liga III before the start of the 2006–07 season. It was the first in this format (six series of 18 teams each).[1]

Not to be confused with Liga 3 (Indonesia) or Liga 3 (Portugal).
Romanian national football league, third tier
Football league
Liga III

Liga III logo and the motto of the competition
“Your team, your football!”
Founded 1936
Country Romania
Number of teams 100 (10×10)
Level on pyramid 3
Promotion to Liga II
Relegation to Liga IV
Domestic cup(s) Cupa României
Supercupa României
Current champions Dacia Unirea Brăila
Steaua București
Corona Brașov
Viitorul Șelimbăr
Unirea Dej
(2020–21)
Current: 2021–22 Liga III

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Since the 2014–2015 season Liga III was reorganized from 6 to 5 parallel regional divisions, each with 16 teams.

The bottom four teams from each division are relegated at the end of the season to the Liga IV. From the 12th placed teams, the team with the least points is relegated. To determine these teams, separate standings are computed, using only the games played against clubs ranked 1st through 11th.

Since the 2006–2007 season, the winners of each division got promoted to the 2007–08 Liga II season. There were also two playoff tournaments held at neutral venues involving the second placed teams, one with those from series 1, 2 and 3, the other with those from series 4, 5, and 6. The winners of the playoffs also got promoted to the 2007–08 Liga II season.

Since the 2014–2015 season, the winner of each series promotes directly to the Liga II, in total 5 teams.

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Season Seria I Seria II Seria III Seria IV Seria V Seria VI Seria VII Seria VIII Seria IX Seria X Seria XI Seria XII
1990–91 Relonul Săvinești FEPA 74 Bârlad Petrolul Ianca Portul Constanța Metalul București Metrom Brașov Olt Scornicești Jiul IELIF Craiova Electromureș Târgu Mureș Minerul Cavnic CFR Cluj-Napoca UM Timișoara
1991–92 CFR Pașcani Cotidianul Bacău Delta Tulcea Metalul Plopeni Electrica Fieni Dunărea Călărași Dacia Pitești Mureșul Toplița Minerul Mătăsari Arsenal Reșița Șoimii Lipova Cuprom Baia Mare
Due to the reorganization of the competitive system in the summer of 1992, dictated by the Romanian Football Federation, no team promoted from the third tier.
Season Seria I Seria II Seria III Seria IV
1992–93 Constructorul Iași Metalul Plopeni Gaz Metan Mediaș Phoenix Baia Mare
1993–94 Cetatea Târgu Neamț Poiana Câmpina Dacia Pitești Unirea Dej
1994–95 Foresta Fălticeni Oțelul Târgoviște Minerul Motru Minaur Zlatna
Other promoted teams: Electro Mecon Onești (I), Dunărea Călărași (II), ARO Câmpulung (III), Olimpia Satu Mare (IV).
1995–96 Petrolul Moinești Danubiana București Precizia Săcele CFR Cluj-Napoca
1996–97 Nitramonia Făgăraș Midia Năvodari Vega Deva UM Timișoara

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