Football League Third Division South

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Football League Third Division South
Organising bodyThe Football League
Founded1921
Folded1958
CountryEngland
Number of teams22 (1921–1950)
24 (1950–1958)
Level on pyramid3
Promotion toSecond Division
Domestic cup(s)FA Cup
League cup(s)Third Division South Cup
(1933–1939, 1945–1946)
Last championsBrighton & Hove Albion
(1957–58)
Most championshipsBristol City (3 titles)

The Third Division South was a former 3rd tier in the English Football League. It existed between 1921 to 1958. It ran along side the Football League Third Division North. Teams could be elected to the league, or relegated from Football League Second Division allocated to one or the other according to the team's geographical position.

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