|Number of teams||39|
|Level on pyramid||5|
|Promotion to||Liga 4|
|Domestic cup(s)||Georgian Cup|
Regionuli Liga (Georgian: რეგიონული ლიგა), run by Georgian Football Federation since 1990, is the fifth and lowest division of Georgian league system after Erovnuli Liga, Erovnuli Liga 2, Liga 3 and Liga 4. Its participants are both professional clubs and reserve teams of higher league members.
Prior to the introduction of Liga 4 in 2019, Regionuli Liga was the fourth tier.
As the name implies, the league is based on regional principle. Depending on the number of participating clubs, it is divided into several groups. In 2017, there were forty teams allocated in three groups. The next year two zones were created for teams based in Western Georgia and two more for the eastern regions. This regulation lasted three seasons until 2021, when the league was split into two groups.
The number of promoted clubs per season also varies. Usually only the group winners gain automatic promotion, although several second-placed and third-placed teams, too, directly or through play-offs have advanced to the fourth tier in recent years. In another case, play-off ties against Liga 3 teams determined the fate of Liga 4 two slots.
The seasons are played on Spring-Autumn system.
For the 2022 season 25 clubs from the southern and eastern parts of Georgia and three Tbilisi-based teams from Abkhazia have formed A and B groups, while zone C consists of eleven clubs from the western regions. At the end of the season four teams will gain promotion to Liga 4. Three group winners will be joined by one of the runners-up based on play-off results among the three second-placed teams.
Clubs represented in Regionuli liga for the 2022 season are listed below in alphabetical order. Four of them have in the past participated in the top division:
|Abuli Akhalkalaki • Dinamo Sokhumi • Gldani Tbilisi • Iberia 2010 Tbilisi • Iveria Khashuri • Kaspi 1936 Kaspi • Kolkhi Gulripshi • Legioni Gori • Merani-3 Tbilisi • Norchi Dinamo 2016 Tbilisi • Samtskhe Akhaltsikhe • Tskhumi Sokhumi • WIT Georgia-3 Tbilisi • Varketili-2 Tbilisi|
|Edzani Tsalka • Gardabani • Gareji-2 Sagarejo • Gorda Rustavi • Irao-2 Tbilisi • Liakhvi Achabeti • Rustavi-2 • Rviani Tbilisi • Sportuni 2021 Tbilisi • Sulakvelidze Academy Tbilisi • Tbilisi • Telavi-2 • Vazisubani Tbilisi • UG 35 Tbilisi|
|Bakhmaro-2 Chokhatauri • Chibati Lanchkhuti • BSU Batumi • Egrisi Senaki • Gonio Batumi • Imereti Khoni • Kolkheti-2 1913 Poti • Martve Kutaisi • Mertskhali Ozurgeti • Shukura-2 Kobuleti • Zana Abasha|
|2017||Bakhmaro Chokhatauri • Saburtalo Tbilisi-2 • Varketili Tbilisi|
|2018||Salkhino Martvili • Dinamo Batumi-2 • Tbilisi City • Gareji Sagarejo|
|2019||Torpedo Kutaisi-2 • Skuri Tsalenjikha • WIT Georgia-2 • Didube Tbilisi|
|2020||Torpedo Kutaisi-2 • Merani Martvili-2 • Irao Tbilisi • Dinamo Tbilisi-2|
|2021||Samgurali Tskaltubo-2 • Locomotive Tbilisi-2|
|2022||Kolkheti-2 1913 • Gardabani • Varketili Tbilisi-2|
|2017||Aragvi Dusheti • Bakhmaro Chokhatauri • Matchakhela Khelvachauri • Saburtalo Tbilisi-2 • Samgurali Tskaltubo-2 • Varketili Tbilisi|
|2018||Egrisi Senaki • Gareji Sagarejo • Odishi 1919 • Spaeri Tbilisi • Tbilisi City|
|2019||Didube Tbilisi • Iberia Tbilisi • Merani Tbilisi-2 • Skuri Tsalenjikha • Sulori Vani • WIT Georgia-2 • Zestafoni|
|2020||Dinamo Tbilisi-2 • Irao Tbilisi • Margveti 2006 • Matchakhela Khelvachauri • Merani Martvili-2 • Shturmi Sartichala • Tbilisi • Torpedo Kutaisi-2|
|2021||Locomotive Tbilisi-2 • Samgurali Tskaltubo-2|
|2022||Gardabani • Kolkheti-2 1913 • Varketili Tbilisi-2 • TBD|
Notes: Aragvi Dusheti and Samgurali Tskaltubo-2 beat their upper league rivals in the 2017 play-offs. So did Gareji Sagarejo a year later. All the other clubs were promoted directly. In 2018 and 2019, the second phase of competition was held in Promotion Groups. As a result, in comparison with the initial phase, the final table of these seasons sustained some changes.