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The 3. Liga is the third division of football in Germany. The league started with the beginning of the 2008–09 season, when it replaced the Regionalliga as the third tier football league in Germany. In the German football league system, it is positioned between the 2. Bundesliga and the semi-professional Regionalliga, which became the fourth division and initially consisted of three groups of 18 clubs playing separately. In Germany, the 3. Liga is the highest division that a football club's reserve team can play in.

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  • The 3. Liga is the third division of football in Germany. The league started with the beginning of the 2008–09 season, when it replaced the Regionalliga as the third tier football league in Germany. In the German football league system, it is positioned between the 2. Bundesliga and the semi-professional Regionalliga, which became the fourth division and initially consisted of three groups of 18 clubs playing separately. In Germany, the 3. Liga is the highest division that a football club's reserve team can play in.
  • The 3. Liga is the third division of professional football in Germany. The league started with the beginning of the 2008–09 season, when it replaced the Regionalliga as the third tier football league in Germany. In the German football league system, it is positioned between the 2. Bundesliga and the regional Regionalliga, which became the fourth division and initially consisted of three groups of 18 clubs playing separately. In Germany, the 3. Liga is the highest division that a football club's reserve team can play in.
  • The 3. Liga is the third division of professional football in Germany. In the German football league system, it is positioned between the second-tier 2. Bundesliga and the five-group Regionalliga, the fourth-tier in Germany. The modern 3. Liga was formed in 2008, replacing the Regionalliga as the third tier football league in Germany. In Germany, the 3. Liga is also the highest division that a football club's reserve team can play in.
  • The 3. Liga is a professional association football league and the third division of football in Germany. In the German football league system, it is positioned between the second-tier 2. Bundesliga and the five-group Regionalliga, the country's fourth-tier. The modern 3. Liga was formed in 2008, replacing the Regionalliga as the third tier football league in Germany. In Germany, the 3. Liga is also the highest division that a football club's reserve team can play in.
  • The 3. Liga is a professional association football league and the third division in Germany. In the German football league system, it is positioned between the second-tier 2. Bundesliga and the five-group Regionalliga, the country's fourth-tier. The modern 3. Liga was formed in 2008, replacing the Regionalliga as the third tier football league in Germany. In Germany, the 3. Liga is also the highest division that a football club's reserve team can play in.
  • The 3. Liga is a professional association football league and the third division in Germany. In the German football league system, it is positioned between the second-tier 2. Bundesliga and the five-group Regionalliga, the country's fourth-tier. The modern 3. Liga was formed in 2008, replacing the Regionalliga as the third tier football league in Germany. In Germany, the 3. Liga is also the highest division that a football, or Bundesliga, club's reserve team can play in.
  • The 3. Liga is a professional association football league and the third division in Germany. In the German football league system, it is positioned between the second-tier 2. Bundesliga and the five-group Regionalliga, the country's fourth-tier. The modern 3. Liga was formed in 2008, replacing the Regionalliga, which had previously served as the third tier football league in the country. In Germany, the 3. Liga is also the highest division that a football, or Bundesliga, club's reserve team can play in.
  • The 3. Liga is a professional association football league and the third division in Germany. In the German football league system, it is positioned between the 2. Bundesliga and the fourth-tier Regionalliga. The modern 3. Liga was formed for the 2008-09 season, replacing the Regionalliga, which had previously served as the third tier in the country. In Germany, the 3. Liga is also the highest division that a club's reserve team can play in.
  • The 3. Liga is a professional association football league and the third division in Germany. In the German football league system, it is therefore positioned between the 2. Bundesliga and the fourth-tier Regionalliga. The modern 3. Liga was formed for the 2008-09 season, replacing the Regionalliga, which had previously served as the third tier in the country. In Germany, the 3. Liga is also the highest division that a club's reserve team can play in.
  • The 3. Liga is a professional association football league and the third division in Germany. In the German football league system, it is therefore positioned between the 2. Bundesliga and the fourth-tier Regionalliga. The modern 3. Liga was formed for the 2008-09 season, replacing the Regionalliga, which had previously served as the third-tier in the country. In Germany, the 3. Liga is also the highest division that a club's reserve team can play in.
  • The 3. Liga is a professional association football league and the third division in Germany. In the German football league system, it is therefore positioned between the 2. Bundesliga and the fourth-tier Regionalliga. The modern 3. Liga was formed for the 2008–09 season, replacing the Regionalliga, which had previously served as the third-tier in the country. In Germany, the 3. Liga is also the highest division that a club's reserve team can play in.
  • The 3. Liga is a professional association football league and the third division in Germany. In the German football league system, it is positioned between the 2. Bundesliga and the fourth-tier Regionalliga. The modern 3. Liga was formed for the 2008–09 season, replacing the Regionalliga, which had previously served as the third-tier in the country. In Germany, the 3. Liga is also the highest division that a club's reserve team can play in.
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  • The 3. Liga is the third division of football in Germany. The league started with the beginning of the 2008–09 season, when it replaced the Regionalliga as the third tier football league in Germany. In the German football league system, it is positioned between the 2. Bundesliga and the semi-professional Regionalliga, which became the fourth division and initially consisted of three groups of 18 clubs playing separately. In Germany, the 3. Liga is the highest division that a football club's reserve team can play in.
  • The 3. Liga is the third division of professional football in Germany. The league started with the beginning of the 2008–09 season, when it replaced the Regionalliga as the third tier football league in Germany. In the German football league system, it is positioned between the 2. Bundesliga and the regional Regionalliga, which became the fourth division and initially consisted of three groups of 18 clubs playing separately. In Germany, the 3. Liga is the highest division that a football club's reserve team can play in.
  • The 3. Liga is the third division of professional football in Germany. In the German football league system, it is positioned between the second-tier 2. Bundesliga and the five-group Regionalliga, the fourth-tier in Germany. The modern 3. Liga was formed in 2008, replacing the Regionalliga as the third tier football league in Germany. In Germany, the 3. Liga is also the highest division that a football club's reserve team can play in.
  • The 3. Liga is a professional association football league and the third division of football in Germany. In the German football league system, it is positioned between the second-tier 2. Bundesliga and the five-group Regionalliga, the country's fourth-tier. The modern 3. Liga was formed in 2008, replacing the Regionalliga as the third tier football league in Germany. In Germany, the 3. Liga is also the highest division that a football club's reserve team can play in.
  • The 3. Liga is a professional association football league and the third division in Germany. In the German football league system, it is positioned between the second-tier 2. Bundesliga and the five-group Regionalliga, the country's fourth-tier. The modern 3. Liga was formed in 2008, replacing the Regionalliga as the third tier football league in Germany. In Germany, the 3. Liga is also the highest division that a football club's reserve team can play in.
  • The 3. Liga is a professional association football league and the third division in Germany. In the German football league system, it is positioned between the second-tier 2. Bundesliga and the five-group Regionalliga, the country's fourth-tier. The modern 3. Liga was formed in 2008, replacing the Regionalliga as the third tier football league in Germany. In Germany, the 3. Liga is also the highest division that a football, or Bundesliga, club's reserve team can play in.
  • The 3. Liga is a professional association football league and the third division in Germany. In the German football league system, it is positioned between the second-tier 2. Bundesliga and the five-group Regionalliga, the country's fourth-tier. The modern 3. Liga was formed in 2008, replacing the Regionalliga, which had previously served as the third tier football league in the country. In Germany, the 3. Liga is also the highest division that a football, or Bundesliga, club's reserve team can play in.
  • The 3. Liga is a professional association football league and the third division in Germany. In the German football league system, it is positioned between the 2. Bundesliga and the fourth-tier Regionalliga. The modern 3. Liga was formed for the 2008-09 season, replacing the Regionalliga, which had previously served as the third tier in the country. In Germany, the 3. Liga is also the highest division that a club's reserve team can play in.
  • The 3. Liga is a professional association football league and the third division in Germany. In the German football league system, it is therefore positioned between the 2. Bundesliga and the fourth-tier Regionalliga. The modern 3. Liga was formed for the 2008-09 season, replacing the Regionalliga, which had previously served as the third tier in the country. In Germany, the 3. Liga is also the highest division that a club's reserve team can play in.
  • The 3. Liga is a professional association football league and the third division in Germany. In the German football league system, it is therefore positioned between the 2. Bundesliga and the fourth-tier Regionalliga. The modern 3. Liga was formed for the 2008-09 season, replacing the Regionalliga, which had previously served as the third-tier in the country. In Germany, the 3. Liga is also the highest division that a club's reserve team can play in.
  • The 3. Liga is a professional association football league and the third division in Germany. In the German football league system, it is therefore positioned between the 2. Bundesliga and the fourth-tier Regionalliga. The modern 3. Liga was formed for the 2008–09 season, replacing the Regionalliga, which had previously served as the third-tier in the country. In Germany, the 3. Liga is also the highest division that a club's reserve team can play in.
  • The 3. Liga is a professional association football league and the third division in Germany. In the German football league system, it is positioned between the 2. Bundesliga and the fourth-tier Regionalliga. The modern 3. Liga was formed for the 2008–09 season, replacing the Regionalliga, which had previously served as the third-tier in the country. In Germany, the 3. Liga is also the highest division that a club's reserve team can play in.
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  • VfL Osnabrück(2nd title)
  • Bayern Munich II(1st title)
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