Armenian First League


Armenian First League

infobox football tournament
current = Armenian First League 2007-08
region = Europe (UEFA) Armenia
number of teams = 8
current champions = FC Pyunik

The Armenian First League is currently the second level football competition in Armenia after the Armenian Premier League. The competition exists mostly out of second teams/reserve squads of several Premier League clubs, however also other teams participate. The reserve teams are unable to promote to the highest level, resulting in situations where a club promotes even when they finish the season in a mid-table position. The league currently consists of eight teams, just like the Premier League. Both leagues however started the 2007 season with nine teams, but in both situations one club withdrew prior to or during the season.

ee also

* Armenian First League 2007-08


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