Russian Amateur Football League

Russian championship between amateur football clubs  is the fourth overall tier of the Russian football league system. Sometimes it is called Amateur Football League, after the organization that holds the competition. The league has amateur-semipro status. At the end of each season ten teams are promoted from the Amateur Football League to the full professional Second Division, located one step above. Bottom-ranked clubs in the first divisions of Moscow, Moscow Oblast, and Siberia may be or are relegated to the second. The league is divided into ten regional divisions.


Russian championship between amateur football clubs is the fourth overall tier of the Russian football league system. Sometimes it is called Amateur Football League, after the organization that holds the competition. The league has amateur-semipro status. At the end of each season ten teams are promoted from the Amateur Football League to the full professional Second Division, located one step above. Bottom-ranked clubs in the first divisions of Moscow, Moscow Oblast, and Siberia may be or are relegated to the second. The league is divided into ten regional divisions.
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