2008–09 Slovenian Third League

The 2008–09 Slovenian Third League was the 17th season of the Slovenian Third League, the third highest level in the Slovenian football system.

Slovenian Third League
Season2008–09
Champions
Relegated
Goals scored1,149
Top goalscorerJanuš Štante (19 goals)

Clubs EastEdit

Club Location Stadium 2007–08 position
Čarda Martjanci ŠRC Martjanci 1st, Pomurska
Črenšovci Črenšovci Črenšovci Sports Park 7th
Dravinja Slovenske Konjice Dobrava Stadium 6th
Dravograd Dravograd Dravograd Sports Centre 3rd
Kovinar Štore Štore Na Lipi Stadium 12th
Malečnik Malečnik Berl Sports Centre 5th
Mons Claudius Rogatec Rogaška Slatina City Stadium 2nd, Styrian
Odranci Odranci ŠRC Odranci 8th
Paloma Sladki Vrh Sladki Vrh Sports Park 11th
Šampion Celje Olimp Stadium 1st, Styrian
Šmarje pri Jelšah Šmarje pri Jelšah Sports Park 9th
Šmartno 1928 Šmartno ob Paki Šmartno Stadium 2nd
Stojnci Stojnci Stojnci Sports Park 10th
Veržej Veržej Čistina Stadium 4th

League standingEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Promotion or relegation
1 Dravinja 26 22 1 3 66 12 +54 67 Promoted to the Slovenian Second League
2 Dravograd 26 17 3 6 60 30 +30 54
3 Kovinar Štore 26 15 5 6 47 32 +15 50
4 Odranci 26 14 5 7 43 30 +13 47
5 Šmartno 1928 26 14 3 9 63 56 +7 45
6 Stojnci 26 11 5 10 47 40 +7 38
7 Šampion 26 11 4 11 45 45 0 37
8 Veržej 26 9 7 10 44 44 0 34
9 Malečnik 26 10 4 12 47 49 −2 34
10 Paloma 26 8 3 15 33 53 −20 27
11 Čarda 26 6 7 13 35 47 −12 25
12 Mons Claudius 26 7 1 18 30 63 −33 22
13 Črenšovci 26 3 9 14 25 52 −27 18 Relegated to the Slovenian Regional Leagues
14 Šmarje pri Jelšah 26 5 3 18 35 67 −32 18
Source: MNZ Maribor

Clubs WestEdit

Club Location Stadium 2007–08 position
Adria Miren Pri Štantu Stadium 11th
Brda Dobrovo Vipolže Stadium 7th
Dob Dob Dob Sports Park 12th
Jadran Dekani Dekani Sports Park 6th
Kamnik Kamnik Stadion Prijateljstva 1st, Ljubljana
Korte Korte Malija Stadium 10th
Kranj Kranj Zarica Sports Park 3rd
Krka Novo Mesto Portoval 10th, 2. SNL
Radomlje Radomlje Radomlje Sports Park 8th
Sava Kranj Stražišče Sports Park 1st, Carniolan
Slovan Ljubljana Kodeljevo Sports Park 9th
Šenčur Šenčur Šenčur Sports Park 2nd
Tabor Sežana Sežana Rajko Štolfa Stadium 1st, Littoral
Tolmin Tolmin Brajda Sports Park 4th

League standingEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Promotion or relegation
1 Šenčur 25 19 3 3 66 20 +46 60 Promoted to the Slovenian Second League
2 Jadran Dekani 25 15 6 4 56 30 +26 51
3 Radomlje 25 15 2 8 56 33 +23 47
4 Krka 25 14 3 8 52 37 +15 45
5 Brda 25 11 5 9 38 28 +10 38
6 Kranj 25 11 5 9 36 26 +10 38
7 Dob 25 8 8 9 41 40 +1 32
8 Sava Kranj 25 9 4 12 33 48 −15 31
9 Tolmin 25 8 4 13 33 37 −4 28
10 Kamnik 25 7 6 12 27 40 −13 27
11 Slovan 25 8 3 14 29 58 −29 27 Relegated to the Slovenian Regional Leagues
12 Adria 25 7 3 15 30 49 −19 24
13 Korte 25 6 5 14 25 45 −20 23 Relegated to the Slovenian Regional Leagues
14 Tabor Sežana 13 1 3 9 7 38 −31 6
Source: [1]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Zgodovina NK Tolmin (1995–danes)" [History of NK Tolmin (1995–present)] (in Slovenian). NK Tolmin official website. Retrieved 25 June 2016.

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