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Greek football league system

 

Greek football league system

The Greek football league system includes four levels in which teams can possibly make it to Superleague Greece, Greece's highest division of football.

Contents

  • Cup Eligibility 1
  • Promotion and relegation 2
  • League Pyramid 2015-16 3
  • References 4

Cup Eligibility

Greek Football Professional Cup: Levels 1 and 2
Greek Football Amateur Cup: Levels 3 and 4

Promotion and relegation

Superleague Greece: Bottom two clubs are relegated to Football League.
Football League (may be changed): Top two clubs of Football League in the end are promoted to Superleague Greece. Bottom four relegated to Gamma Ethniki.
Gamma Ethniki: The champions of each group are promoted to Football League. The bottom twenty nine teams of are relegated to local championships.
Local championships: The top team in each regional league is entered into the promotional play-offs with other regions. The 2 winners of each group are promoted to the respective group in Gamma Ethniki

League Pyramid 2015-16

Level

League(s) / Division(s)

1

Superleague Greece
16 clubs

2

Football League
18 clubs

3

Gamma Ethniki
64 clubs in 4 groups of 17,17,14 and 16 clubs

4

EPS Championships
53 winners and 3 runner-ups (Athens,Piraeus and Macedonian Championships) of local championships divided in 14 series of 4

References

  • new League-System 2013-14 [1]
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