Gerenian football league system

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The Gerenian football league system consist on three national tiers (Gerenian League 1, Gerenian League 2, and Gerenian League 3), and eight Provincial Leagues below. Only the two highest leagues are professional, while the Gerenian League 3 and the Provincial Leagues are semi-professional. Below the Provincial Leagues, a number of amateur Regional Leagues operate.

Each division has a promotion-relegation system, where the best ranked team(s) in a division move up to a higher level in the following season, while the lowest ranked teams are moved to a lower level.

Men's system

The following is the system that will be used from the 2017–18 season.

Level Divisions
1 Gerenian League 1
10 clubs
2 Gerenian League 2
10 clubs
3 Gerenian League 3
12 clubs
Northern Conference
6 clubs
Southern Conference
6 clubs
4 Gerenian Provincial Leagues
East Gerenia League
7 clubs
Barzat Division 1
8 clubs
Erstveda Division 1
8 clubs
Maremedres Division 1
8 clubs
Ramez Division 1
8 clubs
Clements Division 1
8 clubs
Samarne Division 1
8 clubs
Sängeran-West Division 1
8 clubs
5 No further divisions Barzat Division 2
8 clubs
Erstveda Division 2
10 clubs
Maremedres Division 2
8 clubs
Ramez Division 2
8 clubs
Clements Division 2
8 clubs
Samarne Division 2
8 clubs
Sängeran-West Division 2
8 clubs
6 Barzat Division 3
8 clubs
Erstveda Division 3
10 clubs
Maremedres Division 3
8 clubs
Ramez Division 3
10 clubs
Clements Division 3
8 clubs
Samarne Division 3
10 clubs
Sängeran-West Division 3
10 clubs
7–8 17 Regional Leagues
187 clubs

Women's system

Both the First and the Second Division of women's football are semi-professional, with a few professional clubs.

Level Divisions
1 Gerenian Women's First Division
10 clubs
2 Gerenian Women's Second Division
8 clubs
3 3 Regional Leagues
28 clubs