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Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in Catalonia

The Federació Catalana de Futbol.

Contents

  • Primera Catalana 1
    • The League 1.1
    • Teams 2015–16 1.2
      • Group 1 1.2.1
      • Group 2 1.2.2
  • Segona Catalana 2
    • Competition System 2.1
      • Group 5 2.1.1
  • Tercera Catalana 3
    • Competition System 3.1
  • Quarta Catalana 4
    • Competition System 4.1
  • External links 5

Primera Catalana

Primera Catalana
Country  Spain
Other club(s) from  Andorra
Founded Unknown
Number of teams two groups; 18 teams each one
Level on pyramid 5
Promotion to 3ª – Group 5
Relegation to Segona Catalana
Domestic cup(s) None
Website Official website

The Primera Catalana is the first level for the Catalan football teams. It is held every year and it stands at the 5th level of Spanish football with teams four promotions away from the top division. Teams from this league progress into the Tercera División group 5.

The League

There are two groups. Group winners are promoted directly. Runners-up play a promotion play-off with the winner being promoted to Tercera División. Four last are relegated to Segona Catalana.

Teams 2015–16

Group 1

Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in Catalonia is located in Province of Girona
Girona B
Girona B
La Jonquera
La Jonquera
Farners
Farners
Lloret
Lloret
L'Escala
L'Escala
Abadessenc
Abadessenc
2015–16 Primera Catalana – Group 1 teams (Girona province)
Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in Catalonia is located in Province of Barcelona
Vic
Vic
MolletMolletense
Mollet
Molletense
Avià
Avià
Manresa
Manresa
MartinencSantsHorta
Martinenc
Sants
Horta
Vilassar
Vilassar
Mataró
Mataró
Tona
Tona
2015–16 Primera Catalana – Group 1 teams (Barcelona province)
Team Founded in Based in 2014–15 season
1 Martinenc 1909 Barcelona 19th
2 Vilassar de Mar 1923 Vilassar de Mar, Barcelona 20th
3 Manresa 1906 Manresa, Barcelona 3rd
4 Avià 1963 Avià, Barcelona 4th
5 L'Escala 1912 L'Escala, Girona 5th
6 Sants 1922 Barcelona 6th
7 Lloret 1921 Lloret de Mar, Girona 7th
8 Girona B 2011 Girona 8th
9 Mollet 1919 Mollet del Vallès, Barcelona 9th
10 La Jonquera 1922 La Jonquera, Girona 10th
11 Horta 1922 Barcelona 11th
12 Vic 1943 Vic, Barcelona 12th
13 Farners 1919 Santa Coloma de Farners, Girona 13th
14 Molletense 1974 Mollet del Vallès, Barcelona 14th
15 Abadessenc 1932 Sant Joan de les Abadesses, Girona 1st
16 Mataró 1912 Mataró, Barcelona 1st
17 Tona 1913 Tona, Barcelona 1st
18 Andorra 1942 Sant Julià de Lòria, Andorra 1st

Group 2

Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in Catalonia is located in Province of Lleida
Lleida B
Lleida B
Balaguer
Balaguer
2015–16 Primera Catalana – Group 2 teams (Lleida province)
Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in Catalonia is located in Province of Tarragona
Rapitenca
Rapitenca
Torredembarra
Torredembarra
El Catllar
El Catllar
Amposta
Amposta
Reddis
Reddis
Vila-seca
Vila-seca
Jesús i Maria
Jesús i Maria
2015–16 Primera Catalana – Group 2 teams (Tarragona province)
Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in Catalonia is located in Province of Barcelona
Santboià
Santboià
Viladecans
Viladecans
Igualada
Igualada
Vilanova
Vilanova
S. Ildefons
S. Ildefons
CastelldefelsVista Alegre
Castelldefels
Vista Alegre
Suburense
Suburense
Terrassa 1906
Terrassa 1906
2015–16 Primera Catalana – Group 2 teams (Barcelona province)
Team Founded in Based in 2014–15 season
1 Castelldefels 1948 Castelldefels, Barcelona 18th
2 Santboià 1908 Sant Boi de Llobregat, Barcelona 2nd
3 El Catllar 1926 El Catllar, Tarragona 3rd
4 Rapitenca 1930 Sant Carles de la Ràpita, Tarragona 4th
5 Torredembarra 1922 Torredembarra, Tarragona 5th
6 Reddis 1922 Reus, Tarragona 6th
7 Sant Ildefons 1994 Cornellà de Llobregat, Barcelona 7th
8 Balaguer 1945 Balaguer, Lleida 8th
9 Amposta 1915 Amposta, Tarragona 9th
10 Lleida B 2011 Lleida 10th
11 Viladecans 1920 Viladecans, Barcelona 11th
12 Vilanova 1951 Vilanova i la Geltrú, Barcelona 12th
13 Igualada 1939 Igualada, Barcelona 13th
14 Suburense 1975 Sitges, Barcelona 1st
15 Vila-seca 1966 Vila-seca, Tarragona 1st
16 Vista Alegre 1974 Castelldefels, Barcelona 2nd
17 Terrassa 1906 2015 Terrassa, Barcelona 2nd
18 Jesús i Maria 1928 Deltebre, Tarragona 2nd





































Segona Catalana

Segona Catalana
Country  Spain
Confederation UEFA
Number of teams six groups; 18 teams each one
Level on pyramid 6
Promotion to Primera Catalana
Relegation to Tercera Catalana
Website Official website

The Segona Catalana is the 6th level of the Spanish football league system.

Competition System

There are six groups. Six group winners are promoted directly. Runners-up of every group plays a promotion playoff being promoted the three winners of every tie. Four last are relegated to Tercera Catalana.

Group 5

Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in Catalonia is located in Province of Lleida
Agramunt
Agramunt
Alcoletge
Alcoletge
Alpicat
Alpicat
Artesa Segre
Artesa Segre
BalàfiaMagraners
Balàfia
Magraners
Bellpuig
Bellpuig
Borges
Cervera
Cervera
EFAC
EFAC
Guissona
Guissona
L'Albi
L'Albi
Linyola
Linyola
Mollerussa
Mollerussa
Organyà
Solsona
Solsona
Tàrrega
Tàrrega
Torrefarrera
Torrefarrera
2015–16 Segunda Catalana – Group 5 teams (Lleida province)
Team Founded in Based in 2014–15 season
1 EFAC Almacelles, Segrià 14th
2 Tàrrega Tàrrega, Urgell 15th
3 Mollerussa Mollerussa, Pla d'Urgell 17th
4 Alpicat Alpicat, Segrià 2nd
5 Solsona Solsona, Solsonès 3rd
6 Borges Garrigues 4th
7 Cervera Cervera, Segarra 5th
8 Linyola Linyola, Pla d'Urgell 6th
9 Alcoletge Alcoletge, Segrià 7th
10 L'Albi L'Albi, Garrigues 8th
11 Guissona Guissona, Segarra 9th
12 Balàfia Lleida, Segrià 10th
13 Agramunt Agramunt, Urgell 11th
14 Organyà Alt Urgell 12th
15 Artesa de Segre Artesa de Segre, Noguera 13th
16 Magraners Lleida, Segrià 1st
17 Bellpuig Bellpuig, Urgell 1st
18 Torrefarrera Torrefarrera, Segrià 2nd

Tercera Catalana

Tercera Catalana
Country  Spain
Founded Unknown
Number of teams 17 groups; 18 teams each one
Level on pyramid 7
Promotion to Segona Catalana
Relegation to Quarta Catalana
Domestic cup(s) None
Website Official website

Tercera Catalana is the 7th level of competition of the Spanish Football League in Catalonia.

Competition System

The league consists of 6 groups of 18 teams (Groups corresponding to Barcelona, Tarragona, Girona and Lleida). At the end of season, the champions of each of the 6 groups and the three winners of the runners-up playoff promoted. Last three teams in each group plus the two worst 15th placed teams in Barcelona are relegated to Quarta Catalana.

Quarta Catalana

Quarta Catalana
Country  Spain
Founded Unknown
Number of teams 32 groups; 18 teams each one
Level on pyramid 8
Promotion to Tercera Catalana
Relegation to None
Domestic cup(s) None
Website Official website

Quarta Catalana is the 8th and last level of competition of the Spanish Football League in Catalonia, Spain.

Competition System

The league consists of 17 groups of 18 teams, the champion of each group are promoted to Tercera Catalana plus the winner of the runners-up playoff from the providence of Girona(3 groups), Lleida(2) and Tarragona(3) and the best runner-up from Barcelona(9 groups) with four playoff winners from the other eight runners-up. There are no relegations.

External links

  • Federació Catalana de Futbol
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