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Zesde Klasse

The Zesde Klasse (English: Sixth Class) is the tenth and lowest tier of football in the Netherlands for most of the districts and the eight tier of Dutch amateur football. The league is divided into 26 divisions, 5 played on Saturday and 21 on Sunday.

The divisions consists of 11, 12, 13 or 14 teams. The champions are promoted to the Vijfde Klasse. Each season is divided into a number of periods (Dutch: periodes). The winner of these periods qualify for promotion playoffs, provided they finish in the top nine overall in the season. Because the Zesde Klasse is the lowest football tier, teams cannot be relegated. Only in the North district there is a relegation to the Zevende Klasse.

Zesde Klasse divisions

District Saturday division Sunday division
West I Zesde Klasse A
Zesde Klasse B
Zesde Klasse C
Zesde Klasse D
West II
South I
South II Zesde Klasse A
Zesde Klasse B
Zesde Klasse C
Zesde Klasse D
Zesde Klasse E
Zesde Klasse F
Zesde Klasse G
East Zesde Klasse A
Zesde Klasse B
Zesde Klasse C
Zesde Klasse D
Zesde Klasse E
Zesde Klasse F
North Zesde Klasse A
Zesde Klasse B
Zesde Klasse C
Zesde Klasse D
Zesde Klasse E
Zesde Klasse A
Zesde Klasse B
Zesde Klasse C
Zesde Klasse D
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