Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in Galicia

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The Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in the Community of Galicia, are organized by Federación Gallega de Fútbol :

  • Preferente Autonómica de Galicia (Level 5)
  • Primeira Autonómica de Galicia (Level 6)
  • Segunda Autonómica de Galicia (Level 7)
  • Terceira Autonómica de Galicia (Level 8)

League chronology[edit]

Timeline

Preferente Autonómica de Galicia[edit]

Preferente Autonómica
Flag of Galicia.svg
Founded Unknown
Country  Spain
Number of teams 40; two groups of 20
Level on pyramid 5
Promotion to 3ª – Group 1
Relegation to Primeira Autonómica
Domestic cup(s) None
Website Official website

The Preferente Autonómica de Galicia is one of the lower levels of the Spanish Football League. It is held every year. It stands at the fifth level of Spanish football. All of the clubs are based in the autonomous community of Galicia.

League format[edit]

The league played in two groups of 20 teams each. At the end of the season, the champion and runner-up from each group are promoted to Tercera División - Group 1. The third placed teams play a promotion play-off to fill any vacancies in Tercera División. Three teams from each group are relegated to Primeira Autonómica. (Additional teams could be relegated if there are more teams relegated to Tercera División than that are promoted; both Tercera División and Autonómica Preferente groups have a limit of 20 clubs.)

Promoted to 2018–19 Tercera División
Polvorín
(First time ever)
Paiosaco
(First time ever)
UD Ourense
(First time ever)
Porriño Industrial
(13 years after)

Current clubs 2017–18[edit]

Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in Galicia is located in Province of A Coruña
Atlético Arteixo
Atlético Arteixo
UD Paiosaco
UD Paiosaco
CF Dumbría
CF Dumbría
SD Órdenes
SD Órdenes
Xallas FC
Xallas FC
San Tirso SD
San Tirso SD
Agrupación Estudiantil
Agrupación Estudiantil
CD As Pontes
CD As Pontes
Boimorto CF
Boimorto CF
Betanzos CF
Betanzos CF
Dubra SD
Dubra SD
SD Sofán
SD Sofán
CSD Arzúa
CSD Arzúa
2017–18 Preferente Autonómica – Group North (A Coruña province teams)
Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in Galicia is located in Province of Lugo
Viveiro CF
Viveiro CF
CD Castro
CD Castro
Atlético Escairón
Atlético Escairón
Polvorín FC
Polvorín FC
Ribadeo FC
Ribadeo FC
SDC Residencia
SDC Residencia
SD Outeiro de Rei
SD Outeiro de Rei
2017–18 Preferente Autonómica – Group North (Lugo province teams)
Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in Galicia is located in Province of Pontevedra
Club Xuventú Sanxenxo
Club Xuventú Sanxenxo
Gondomar CF
Gondomar CF
Marcón Atlético
Marcón Atlético
UD Atios
UD Atios
Caselas FC
Caselas FC
USD O Grove
USD O Grove
CD Estradense
CD Estradense
Mondariz CF
Mondariz CF
Porriño Industrial CF
Porriño Industrial CF
CP Alertanavia
CP Alertanavia
CD Moaña
CD Moaña
CD Valladares
CD Valladares
Campo Lameiro CD
Campo Lameiro CD
CD Beluso
CD Beluso
CD Pontellas
CD Pontellas
Erizana CF
Erizana CF
2017–18 Preferente Autonómica – Group South (Pontevedra province teams)
Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in Galicia is located in Province of Ourense
SD Bande
SD Bande
Ribeiro FC
Ribeiro FC
UD Ourense
UD Ourense
SD Nogueira de Ramuín
SD Nogueira de Ramuín
2017–18 Preferente Autonómica – Group South (Ourense province teams)
Group North Group South

Champions[edit]

Season North Winner South Winner
2010–11 Betanzos Lalín
2011–12 Compostela Barbadás
2012–13 Boiro Cultural Areas
2013–14 Ribadeo Ribadumia
2014–15 Negreira Barco
2015–16 Castro Villalonga
2016–17 Noia Cultural Areas

External links[edit]

Primeira Autonómica de Galicia[edit]

Primeira Autonómica
Flag of Galicia.svg
Founded Unknown
Country  Spain
Number of teams 90; 5 groups of 18 each.
Level on pyramid 6
Promotion to Preferente Autonómica
Relegation to Segunda Autonómica
Domestic cup(s) None
Website Official website

Primera División Autonómica de Galicia is the sixth level of the Spanish football league system. It is administered by the Galician Football Federation.

League format[edit]

The league is played in five groups of 18 teams each. At the end of the season, the champion each group are promoted to Autonómica Preferente plus the winner of a playoff tie between the runners-up from groups 1 & 2, runners-up from groups 3 & 4 and runner-up & 3rd place from group 5. Three teams in Group 1 & 2 and two each in Group 3, 4 & 5 are relegated to Segunda Autonómica.(Further relegations may be needed to maintain 18 clubs in each group.)

Some teams playing in this level[edit]

External links[edit]

Segunda Autonómica de Galicia[edit]

Segunda Autonómica
Flag of Galicia.svg
Founded Unknown
Country  Spain
Number of teams 13 groups of a maximum of 18
Level on pyramid 7
Promotion to Primeira Autonómica
Relegation to Terceira Autonómica
Domestic cup(s) None
Website Official website

The Segunda Autonómica de Galicia is one of the lower levels of the Spanish Football League. It is held every year. It stands at the seventh level of Spanish football. All of the clubs are based in the autonomous community of Galicia.

League format[edit]

The league is played in thirteen groups of 16-18 teams. At the end of the season, the champions from groups 1-6, 12 & 13, the winners of the play-off of the runners-up from groups 1, 2 & 4 and groups 3, 5 & 6 and the champions and runners-up from groups 7-11 are promoted to Primeira Autonómica. Two teams are relegated from groups 1, 3, 7-10 & 12-13, three relegated from 2 & 11, four from 5 & 6 and only one from 4.

Some teams playing in this level[edit]

Terceira Autonómica de Galicia[edit]

Terceira Autonómica
Flag of Galicia.svg
Founded Unknown
Country  Spain
Number of teams 19 groups of a maximum of 20
Level on pyramid 8
Promotion to Segunda Autonómica aka the bad league as many say
Domestic cup(s) None
Website Official website

The Terceira Autonómica de Galicia is the 8th level of competition in the Spanish League Football in the Community of Galicia.

The League[edit]

The league played in 19 groups of 12-19 teams each. At the end of the season, the champion of each group is promoted to Segunda Autonómica de Galicia plus runners-up from groups 1, 4-5, 11-12 & 18-19; runners-up thru fourth from 13 & 14; the six playoff winners from 3rd-6th's of groups 1, 4, 11-12 & 18-19; seven winners from 2nd-5th's of groups 1, 3 and 6-10; three winners from 2nd-5th's of groups 15-17 and the qualifying-playoff winner between 3rd of group 5 & 2nd worst from Segunda Autonómica group 4.

Some teams playing in this level[edit]

External links[edit]