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Liga IV Vaslui


Jan 12, 2022

Liga IV Vaslui is the regional Liga IV football division for clubs in Vaslui County, România, the fourth tier of the Romanian football league system. It is organized by the County Football Association (Asociația Județeană de Fotbal) and is competed amongst 13 teams, the winner is promoted to Liga III after a promotion play-off.

Fourth tier Romanian football league
Football league
Liga IV Vaslui
Founded 1968
Country Romania
Level on pyramid 4
Promotion to Liga III
Relegation to Liga VVaslui County
Domestic cup(s) Cupa României
Supercupa României
Website AJF Vaslui
Current: 2021–22 Liga IV Vaslui

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In 1968, along with the territorial reorganization of the country,[1] but also due to the large number of requests, FRF proposes a competitive system in which each county has its own football championship, which will activate the former teams in the regional championship as well as the racing and town championship teams from the previous edition.

The champions of each county association play one another in a play-off to promote to the Liga III. Geographical criteria are taken into consideration when the play-offs are drawn. In total there are 41 county champions plus the Bucharest municipal champion.

Season Winners
1968–69 Recolta IAS Laza
1969–70 Viitorul Vaslui
1970–71 Viitorul Vaslui
1971–72 Unirea Tricolor Bârlad
1972–73 Hușana Huși
1973–74 Recolta Văleni
1974–75 Avântul Huși


1976–77 Flacăra Murgeni
1977–78 Hușana Huși
1978–79 Unknown
1979–80 FEPA ’74 Bârlad
1980–81 Metalul Huși
1981–82 FEPA ’74 Bârlad
1982–83 Inter Vaslui
1983–84 Unirea Negrești
1984–85 Metalul Huși
1985–86 Flacăra Murgeni
1986–87 Moldosin Vaslui
1987–88 Unknown
1988–89 Olimpia Stănilești[2]
1989–90 Unirea Abrom Bârlad
Season Winners
1990–91 Rulmentul Bârlad
1991–92 Unknown
1992–93 Unknown
1993–94 Unknown
1994–95 Sportul Municipal Vaslui
1995–96 Mecanica Huși
1996–97 Rulmentul Bârlad
1997–98 Sportul Municipal Vaslui
1998–99 Sportul Municipal Vaslui
1999–00 Vipp Bârlad
2000–01 Unirea Negrești
2001–02 Victoria Muntenii de Jos
2002–03 Victoria Muntenii de Jos
2003–04 Vitis Șuletea
2004–05 Unknown
2005–06 Foresta Zorleni
2006–07 Bârlad
2007–08 Vaslui II
2008–09 Vaslui II
2009–10 Dinamo ARI Râșești[3]
2010–11 Huși[4]
2011–12 Huși[5]
Season Winners
2012–13 Gârceni
2013–14 Gârceni[6]
2014–15 Atletico Vaslui[7]
2015–16 Pajura Huși[8]
2016–17 Gârceni[9][10]
2017–18 Flacăra Muntenii de Sus[11][12]
2018–19 Hușana Huși[13][14]
2019–20 Sporting Juniorul Vaslui
2020–21 CSM Vaslui

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