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Slovenian Regional Leagues
Founded1991; 30 years ago (1991)
CountrySlovenia
Divisions5
Level on pyramid4
Promotion to3. SNL
Relegation toMNZ Leagues

The Slovenian Regional Leagues (Slovene: Slovenske regionalne lige) are the fourth tier leagues in the Slovenian football system. They are alternately operated by the participating clubs' Intercommunal Football Associations (Slovene: Medobčinske nogometne zveze – MNZ). The winners are promoted to the Slovenian Third League.

Regional Leagues

Current

Former

Winners

Season Ljubljana Littoral
1991–92[A]
Radomlje
Adria Miren
1992–93
Mengeš
Branik Šmarje
1993–94
Črnuče
Jadran Hrpelje Kozina
1994–95
Kolpa
Ilirska Bistrica
1995–96
Ilirija Ljubljana
Idrija
1996–97
Belinka
Ankaran
1997–98
Ivančna Gorica
Korte
1998–99
Tabor Grosuplje
Komen
1999–2000
Dragomer-Dren
Bilje
2000–01
Litija
Izola
2001–02
Slovan
Tolmin
2002–03
Radomlje
Košana
2003–04
Kolpa
Cerknica
  1. ^
    The Slovenian Third League hasn't been established yet, so the regional and intercommunal leagues were the third level in the 1991–92 season.
Season Ljubljana Styrian Littoral Pomurska Upper Carniolan Ptuj
2004–05
Ihan
Malečnik[1]
Bonifika
Odranci[2]
Visoko
Not played
2005–06
Tabor 69
MU Šentjur[3]
Portorož Piran
Odranci[4]
Železniki
2006–07
Bežigrad[5]
Šmartno 1928[6]
Tolmin
Roma[7]
Kranj
2007–08
Kamnik[8]
Šampion[9]
Tabor Sežana
Čarda[10]
Sava Kranj
2008–09
Interblock Svoboda[11]
Zreče[12]
Ankaran Hrvatini
Tromejnik Kuzma[13]
Lesce[14]
2009–10
Ljubljana[15]
Bistrica[16]
Not Played
Grad[17]
Naklo[18]
2010–11
Svoboda[19]
Zavrč[20]
Ilirska Bistrica
Rakičan[21]
Jesenice[22]
2011–12
Rudar Trbovlje[23]
Šmarje pri Jelšah[24]
Not played
Beltinci[25]
Sava Kranj[26]
2012–13
Jezero Medvode[27]
Šentjur[28]
Cerknica[29]
Nafta 1903[30]
Sava Kranj[31]
Drava Ptuj[32]
2013–14
Komenda[33]
Fužinar[34]
Bilje[35]
Not played
Lesce[36]
Stojnci[37][38]
2014–15
Bravo[39]
Not played
Vipava[40]
Bitnje
Videm[41][42]
2015–16
Jevnica
Postojna
Velesovo
Cirkulane
2016–17
Tabor 69
Korte
Bohinj
Gerečja vas
2017–18
Svoboda
Koper
Žiri
Cirkulane
2018–19
Kočevje
Ankaran
Bohinj
Podvinci
2019–20
Not finished
Not finished
Not finished
Not finished
Not finished
2020–21
Not finished
Not finished
Not finished
Not finished
Not finished

References

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  29. ^ "Primorska liga 2012/13" (in Slovenian). MNZ Koper. Retrieved 16 April 2016.
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  38. ^ "Superliga 2013/14 (bottom half)" (in Slovenian). MNZ Ptuj. Retrieved 22 October 2016.
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