|Date||R||Casa vs Visitante||-|
|10/06 06:30||-||Kanekes FC vs Putra Tangerang FC||View|
|10/05 08:30||-||Serang Jaya vs Bantara SC||0-0|
|10/05 06:30||-||Banten Jaya FC vs Astam FC||0-3|
|10/04 06:30||-||Billal FC vs Inter Banten||0-3|
|10/03 08:30||-||Anyar Pratama FC vs Bantara SC||0-6|
|10/03 06:30||-||Persigon Cilegon vs Astam FC||0-2|
|10/02 08:46||-||Persika 1951 vs Depok United||2-0|
|10/02 06:00||-||Perses Sumedang vs Persikas Subang||2-1|
|10/02 01:00||-||PSGC Ciamis vs Karawang United||1-0|
|09/30 08:30||-||Persikas Subang vs Persika 1951||0-1|
|09/30 06:00||-||Karawang United vs Depok United||3-2|
|09/30 01:00||-||Perses Sumedang vs PSGC Ciamis||1-2|
Liga 3 (English: League Three) is the lowest tier in Indonesian football league system. Formed as Liga Nusantara in 2014, this league occupies the third tier and consisted of 2 rounds: provincial qualification—held in every provinces in Indonesia, and national round, competed by provincial qualifiers (number varies between provinces).
The competition was established after Liga Indonesia Second Division and Liga Indonesia Third Division merged in 2014. Starting in 2015, the Liga Indonesia First Division was also merged with Liga Nusantara making it the third-tier level in Indonesian football system. Persatu Tuban won the competition's first season.
In 2017, Liga Nusantara was renamed to Liga 3, along with Indonesian Super League and Indonesian Premier Division which were renamed to Liga 1 and Liga 2, respectively.