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Victorian State League Division 4

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Victorian State League Division 4 is the sixth level of soccer in Victoria, Australia, and the seventh nationally. The league is split into four geographic conferences – North, West, South and East. The league replaced Provisional Leagues 1 and 2 at the end of the 2012 season.

Victorian State League Division 4
Founded2013
CountryAustralia
Divisions4
Number of teams48 (from 4 divisions)
Level on pyramid7
Promotion toVictorian State League Division 3
Relegation toVictorian State League Division 5
Domestic cup(s)FFA Cup
Dockerty Cup
Current championsAshburton United(East)
Lalor United(North)
Monash University(South)
Western Eagles(West)
(2018)

The winners of each conference are promoted to Victorian State League Division 3, while the bottom two placed sides in each conference are relegated to their respective conference in State League 5.

Member clubs 2019Edit

The following 48 clubs from 4 conferences of 12 will be competing in the Victorian State League Division 3 during the 2019 season.

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