|Number of teams||67 (11 region)|
|Level on pyramid||5|
|Relegation to||K6 League|
|Domestic cup(s)||Korean FA Cup|
|Current champions||SMC Engineering|
|2020 K5 League|
|Revised Romanization||K5 Rigeu|
The K5 League is a top amateur football competition in South Korea. Created in 2019, it is a considered the fifth tier of South Korean football league system. In the 2019 season, 67 squads divided into 11 regions, participated. The lowest-ranked team from each regional league will be relegated, while the highest-ranked team from each region will advance to the K5 League Championship. The K5 League is the highest level of amateur competition, above the K6 and K7 leagues.
The K5 league is an amateur football league under KFA, which has been in operation since 2019. Originally, it was called the Division 5 League, but it changed to the current name by rebranding the Division Leagues to K5, K6 and K7 leagues, respectively. The K5 League is the top league in amateur competition, which is organized into eleven regional leagues, each of which consists of six clubs, except for the Gwangju/Jeollanam-do region which has seven.
- K5 Seoul Division League
- K5 Incheon Division League
- K5 Gyeonggi Division League
- K5 Gangwon Division League
- K5 North Chungcheong Division League
- K5 Daejon/South Chungcheong/Sejong Division League
- K5 North Jeolla Division League
- K5 Gwangju/South Jeolla Division League
- K5 Busan/South Gyeongsang Division League
- K5 North Gyeongsang Division League
- K5 Ulsan Division League
The 11 top teams from the K5 league's 11 regional leagues will compete to become the final K5 league winners through the K5 League Championship.
|2019||SMC Engineering FC (Cheongju)||Jaemics FC (Gimhae)|
- K League 1
- K League 2
- K3 League
- K4 League
- Korean FA Cup
- Korean football league system
- 2019 K5 League RuleScript error: The function "in_lang" does not exist.
- Korean football leagues go through massive changes in the 2020 season
- K5 League participation, changing FA CUP entry team and competition methodScript error: The function "in_lang" does not exist.
- Nat'l football tournament opens doors to more semi-pro, amateur clubs
- 2019 K5 League Championship H/L
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