|Founded||1962–2010 (as Beta Ethniki)|
2010–2019 (as Football League)
2019–present (as Super League 2)
|Number of teams||30|
|Level on pyramid||2|
|Promotion to||Super League Greece|
|Relegation to||Gamma Ethniki|
|Domestic cup(s)||Greek Cup|
|Current champions||Levadiakos (1st title) |
|Current: 2022–23 Super League Greece 2|
The Super League Greece 2 (Greek: Ελληνική Σούπερ Λίγκα 2) is the 30 team two-group second division of professional football in Greece, being a feeder-league to the top-level Super League usually played from September to May.
The league was founded in 2019, after the restructuring of the Greek football league championships, replacing the Football League (former Beta Ethniki) as the second level in the league pyramid.
Twelve (12) clubs participated in the league's first season and second season of operation.
For the third season (2021-2022) the league was restructured into a two-group league with thirty-four (34) clubs after the abolition of the third level Football League.
|Anagennisi Karditsa||Karditsa||Municipal Stadium Karditsa||3,500|
|Apollon Larissa||Larisa||Filippoupoli Stadium||5,000|
|Apollon Pontus||Thessaloniki||Kalamaria Stadium||6,500|
|Niki Volos||Volos||Panthessaliko Stadium||22,700|
|Panathinaikos B||Athens||OAKA Stadium||2,000|
|Panserraikos||Serres||Serres Municipal Stadium||9,500|
|PAOK B||Thessaloniki||Makedonikos Stadium||8,100|
|Thesprotos||Igoumenitsa||Municipal Stadium Igoumenitsa||3,500|
From 2019 to Present