2. Liga Interregional

2. Liga Interregional is the fifth tier of the Swiss football league system. From 2000 to 2012, it was the country's fourth level. The division is split into 6 groups of 14 teams, by geographical region.

2. Liga Interregional
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CountrySwitzerland
Other club(s) fromLiechtenstein
ConfederationUEFA
Number of teams6 groups of 14 teams
Level on pyramid5
Promotion to1. Liga
Relegation to2. Liga
Domestic cup(s)Swiss Cup
Current championsOlimpique de Geneve FC
US Terre-Sainte
SV Muttenz
FC Paradiso
FC Dietikon
FC Balzers
(2018–19)
WebsiteOfficial Site

Current SeasonEdit

The 2019–20 season is the current season in the Swiss 2. Liga Interregional.

 
Groups of 2. Liga Interregional

Group 1Edit

  • FC Amical Saint-Prex
  • FC Collex-Bossy
  • FC Conthey
  • FC Genolier-Begnins
  • FC Forward-Morges
  • CS Italien
  • FC Monthey
  • FC Renens
  • FC Saint-Maurice
  • Servette FC U-21
  • FC Sierre
  • Signal FC Bernex-Confignon
  • UGS Genève
  • FC Veyrier Sports

Group 2Edit

Group 3Edit

  • FC Konolfingen
  • FC Lerchenfeld
  • FC Liestal
  • FC Moutier
  • BSC Old Boys
  • FC Spiez
  • FC Tavannes/Tramelan

Group 4Edit

  • AS Novazzano
  • FC Perlen-Buchrain
  • FC Rotkreuz
  • FC Sarnen
  • FC Sursee
  • AC Taverne
  • FC Willisau

Group 5Edit

Group 6Edit

  • FC Seuzach
  • FC Rüti
  • FC Weesen
  • FC Widnau
  • FC Wil
  • FC United Zürich
  • FC Uzwil

WinnersEdit

The league champions:

Season Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4 Group 5 Group 6
2005–06   FC Sion U21   FC La Tour/Le Pâquier   FC Stabio   FC Olten   FC Gossau
2006–07   FC Savièse   SV Lyss   FC Schötz   BSC Old Boys   FC Küsnacht
2007–08   CS Chênois   FC Le Mont   FC Emmenbrücke   SV Höngg   USV Eschen/Mauren
2008–09   Grand-Lancy FC   FC Breitenrain   FC Lugano II   FC Laufen   Chur 97
2009–10   US Terre Sainte   FC Thun II   FC Aarau II   SC Dornach   SC Brühl
2010–11   Servette FC U21   FC Bulle   FC Serrières   FC Muri   SV Höngg   FC Balzers
2011–12   US Terre Sainte   FC Köniz   FC Black Stars Basel   Zug 94   FC Wettswil-Bonstetten   FC Kreuzlingen
2012–13   FC Azzurri 90 Lausanne   FC Bavois   Neuchâtel Xamax FCS   FC Sursee   FC Thalwil   Chur 97
2013–14   FC Stade-Lausanne-Ouchy   Team Vaud U21   FC Bern   AC Taverne   FC Dietikon   FC Seuzach
2014–15   Signal FC Bernex-Confignon   FC La Chaux-de-Fonds   FC Thun II   SC Buochs  FC United Zürich   FC Kosova Zürich
2015–16   FC Vevey Sports 1899   FC La Sarraz-Eclépenz   FC Bassecourt   AC Bellinzona   FC Red Star Zürich   FC Seefeld Zürich
2016–17   Meyrin FC   FC Portalban/Gletterens   FC Langenthal   FC Kickers Luzern   SV Höngg   FC Kosova Zürich
2017–18   CS Chênois   FC Bulle   FC Biel-Bienne   FC Hergiswil   SC Zofingen   FC Linth 04
2018–19   Olympique de Geneve FC   US Terre Sainte   SV Muttenz   FC Paradiso   FC Dietikon   FC Balzers

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