Meore liga

Meore Liga
Country  Georgia
Confederation UEFA
Founded 1990;  (1990)
Number of teams 26 (East, West Groups)
Levels on pyramid 3
Promotion to Pirveli Liga
Domestic cup(s) Meore Liga Cup
Current champions FC Sasco (East)
FC Chikhura 2 (West)
(2011–12)
Website TBFF
2012–13 Meore Liga

Georgian Meore Liga was organized in 1990, which serves as the third division of professional football in Georgia.

Structure and league system

The league is split into a Western and Eastern division. As the third division of professional football in Georgia, the champion and runner-up of the Meore Liga are promoted to the Pirveli Liga

Meore Liga 2012/13 East

Clubs Region Stadium Capacity
FC UC BEST Tbilisi Marakana Stadium 500
FC Iveria Khashuri Grigol Jomartidze Stadium 10,000
FC Gagra 2 Tbilisi Meranis Stadioni 2,000
FC Dusheti Dusheti Tsentral Stadium (Dusheti) 2,000
FC Spartaki 2 Tbilisi Avaza Stadium 1,000
FC Abuli Akhalkalaki Tsentral Stadium (Akhalkalaki) 1,700
FC Iberia Tbilisi Marakana Stadium 500
FC Lagodekhi Lagodekhi Tsentral Stadium (Lagodekhi) 1,500
FC Paravani Ninotsminda Tsentral Stadium (Ninotsminda) 1,000
FC Kartli 2011 Gori Taniskhidi Stadium 1,000
FC Georgian University Tbilisi Georgian University Stadium 1,200
FC Algeti Marneuli Tsentral Stadium (Marneuli) 1,500
FC Norchi Dinamoeli Tbilisi Sport-kompleksi Shatili 2,000

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