The Curaçao League First Division, now known as the Sekshon Pagá (Papiamento: "Paid Session") is the top association football league and only professional league in Curaçao, constituent country of the Netherlands. Up to 2010 the top two teams in this competition got to compete in the Kopa Antiano, the Netherlands Antilles Championship. After the dissolution of the country, Curaçao became the successor of the Netherlands Antilles in CONCACAF and the teams competing can qualify for the CONCACAF Champions League, by placing in the top final three positions of the CFU Club Championship. The teams who finish at the bottom of the league table, have to compete with the top two teams of the Sekshon Amatùr, the 2nd tier of football in Curaçao for placement in Sekshon Pagá the following season.
The league was created back in 1921. For the 1974/75 season it was renamed to Sekshon Pagá and changed to an autumn/spring season cycle. From 1959 up to 2009/10 the champion played a final for the Netherlands Antilles Championship, in which mostly the Curaçao champion won.