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The Florida State League is a Class A-Advanced minor league baseball league operating in the state of Florida. They are one of three leagues currently operating in Class A-Advanced, the third highest of six classifications of minor leagues. Each team in the league is affiliated with a Major League Baseball team, and most play in their affiliate's spring training facility.

The league was founded in 1919, and has continued almost entirely uninterrupted to the present day. Most players in the Florida State League do not reach this level until their third or fourth year of professional play.

The League is composed of two divisions—North and South—with six teams each. The League's regular season schedule runs from April to August with teams playing roughly 120 regular-season games, with the playoffs in September. Attendance averages around 500–1,000 per game.