Second League of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Second League of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Bosnian: Druga liga Federacije Bosne i Hercegovine / Друга лига Федерације Босне и Херцеговине) is a football league in Bosnia and Herzegovina. This level is organized in four different leagues - Sjever (North), Centar (Center), Jug (South) and Zapad (West) (until the season 2011–12 there was two West leagues).

Second League of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Founded1995
CountryBosnia and Herzegovina
ConfederationUEFA
Number of teams57
Level on pyramid3
Promotion toFirst League of FBiH
Relegation toCanton Leagues
Domestic cup(s)Bosnian Cup
Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina Cup
Current championsSeona (West)
Vis Simm-Bau (Center)
Posušje (South)
Rudar Han Bila (East)
(2019–20)
Most championshipsIgman Konjic (5 titles)

This is the second level of football in Federation and third level of football in the country. Two teams are promoted to the First League of the Federation at the end of the season while bottom teams (depending on league and number of lower leagues) are relegated to the cantonal leagues (see Bosnia and Herzegovina football league system).

WinnersEdit

Season North Center South West
2002–03 N/A Sloga Tolisa GOŠK Gabela N/A
2003–04 Mramor Sloga, Vitez, Čapljina N/A N/A
2004–05 Gradina Olimpik Troglav Livno Kreševo
2005–06 Zvijezda Gradačac TOŠK Tešanj Igman Konjic Krajina Cazin
2006–07 Bratstvo Gračanica Ozren Drinovci Iskra Bugojno
2007–08 Omladinac Mionica Olimpik Čapljina Krajina Cazin
2008–09 Slaven Živinice Goražde Igman Konjic Krajišnik
2009–10 Gradina Radnik Hadžići Čapljina Krajina Cazin
2010–11 Bratstvo Gračanica UNIS Vogošća Branitelj Mostar Vitez
2011–12 Radnički Lukavac Bosna Visoko Troglav Livno Podgrmeč
2012–13 Orašje Mladost Doboj Kakanj Igman Konjic Una Kulen Vakuf
2013–14 Mladost Malešići Goražde Turbina Jablanica Maestral-BSI
2014–15 Sloga Simin Han Bosna Visoko Sloga Ljubuški Novi Travnik
2015–16 Sloga Simin Han Bosna Sema Igman Konjic Krajina Cazin
2016–17 Slaven Živinice TOŠK Tešanj Igman Konjic Iskra Bugojno
2017–18 Budućnost Banovići Goražde Posušje Novi Travnik
2018–19 Budućnost Banovići Radnik Hadžići Klis Buturović Polje Travnik
2019–20 Seona Vis Simm-Bau Posušje Rudar Han Bila

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