Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in Catalonia

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The Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in Catalonia are organized by the Federació Catalana de Futbol.

Primera Catalana[edit]

Primera Catalana
Country Spain
Founded Unknown
Number of teams two groups; 18 teams each one
Levels 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[edit]

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 2014–15[edit]

Group 1[edit]

Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in Catalonia is located in Province of Girona
Girona B
Girona B
Banyoles
Banyoles
La Jonquera
La Jonquera
Farners
Farners
Lloret
Lloret
L'Escala
L'Escala
2014–15 Primera Catalana – Group 1 teams (Girona province)
Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in Catalonia is located in Province of Barcelona
Gramenet
Gramenet
Vic
Vic
Granollers
Granollers
JúpiterHortaTecnofútbolSants
Júpiter
Horta
Tecnofútbol
Sants
Montcada
Montcada
MolletMolletense
Mollet
Molletense
Avià
Avià
Manresa
Manresa
2014–15 Primera Catalana – Group 1 teams (Barcelona province)
Team Founded in Based in 2013–14 season
1 Gramenet 1923 Santa Coloma, Barcelona 20th
2 Girona B 2011 Girona 3rd
3 Vic 1913 Vic, Barcelona 4th
4 Farners 1919 Santa Coloma de Farners, Girona 5th
5 Horta 1922 Barcelona 5th (Group 2)
6 Granollers 1913 Granollers, Barcelona 6th
7 Júpiter 1909 Barcelona 7th
8 Banyoles 1913 Banyoles, Girona 8th
9 Montcada 1923 Montcada i Reixac, Barcelona 9th
10 Mollet 1919 Mollet del Vallès, Barcelona 10th
11 Avià 1963 Avià, Barcelona 11th
12 Lloret 1952 Lloret de Mar, Girona 12th
13 Tecnofútbol 2008 Barcelona 12th (Group 2)
14 La Jonquera 1922 La Jonquera, Girona 14th
15 L'Escala 1912 L'Escala, Girona 1st
16 Manresa 1906 Manresa, Barcelona 1st
17 Molletense 1974 Mollet del Vallès, Barcelona 1st
18 Sants 1922 Barcelona 2nd

Group 2[edit]

Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in Catalonia is located in Province of Lleida
Tàrrega
Tàrrega
Mollerussa
Mollerussa
Lleida B
Lleida B
EFAC
EFAC
Balaguer
Balaguer
2014–15 Primera Catalana – Group 2 teams (Lleida province)
Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in Catalonia is located in Province of Tarragona
Rapitenca
Rapitenca
Torreforta
Torreforta
Torredembarra
Torredembarra
El Catllar
El Catllar
Amposta
Amposta
Reddis
Reddis
Morell
Morell
2014–15 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
Juventud
Juventud
S. Ildefons
S. Ildefons
2014–15 Primera Catalana – Group 2 teams (Barcelona province)
Team Founded in Based in 2012–13 season
1 Santboià 1908 Sant Boi de Llobregat, Barcelona 18th
2 Rapitenca 1930 Sant Carles de la Ràpita, Tarragona 19th
3 Viladecans 1920 Viladecans, Barcelona 2nd
4 Torreforta 1957 Tarragona 3rd
5 Tàrrega 1917 Tàrrega, Lleida 4th
6 Igualada 1939 Igualada, Barcelona 6th
7 EFAC 1926 Almacelles, Lleida 7th
8 Torredembarra 1922 Torredembarra, Tarragona 8th
9 Vilanova 1951 Vilanova i la Geltrú, Barcelona 9th
10 El Catllar 1926 El Catllar, Tarragona 10th
11 Amposta 1915 Amposta, Tarragona 11th
12 Balaguer 1945 Balaguer, Lleida 13th
13 Reddis 1922 Reus, Tarragona 1st
14 Juventud 1968 Rubí, Barcelona 1st
15 Mollerussa 1930 Mollerussa, Lleida 1st
16 Morell 1952 El Morell, Tarragona 2nd
17 Lleida B 2011 Lleida 2nd
18 Sant Ildefons 1994 Cornellà de Llobregat, Barcelona 2nd

Promotion playoff[edit]

Playoff to decide which team is promoted to Tercera División. Teams qualified 2nd in each group play the playoff.

1st leg[edit]

2nd leg[edit]


Promoted to Tercera División
Santfeliuenc
(First time ever)

Segona Catalana[edit]

Segona Catalana
Country  Spain
Confederation UEFA
Number of teams six groups; 18 teams each one
Levels 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[edit]

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[edit]

Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in Catalonia is located in Province of Lleida
Agramunt
Agramunt
Alcarràs
Alcarràs
Alcoletge
Alcoletge
Alpicat
Alpicat
Andorra
Andorra
Angulària
Angulària
Artesa Segre
Artesa Segre
Balàfia
Balàfia
Borges
Borges
Cervera
Cervera
Guissona
Guissona
L'Albi
L'Albi
La Seu
La Seu
Linyola
Linyola
Organyà
Organyà
Palau
Palau
Solsona
Solsona
Tremp
Tremp
2014–15 Segunda Catalana – Group 5 teams (Lleida province)
Team Founded in Based in 2013–14 season
1 Agramunt Agramunt, Urgell 7th
2 Alcarràs Alcarràs, Segrià 8th
3 Alcoletge Alcoletge, Segrià 2nd
4 Alpicat Alpicat, Segrià 15th
5 Andorra Andorra la Vella 16th
6 Angulària Anglesola, Urgell 1st
7 Artesa Segre Artesa de Segre, Noguera 9th
8 Balàfia Lleida, Segrià 1st
9 Borges Les Borges Blanques, Garrigues 11th
10 Cervera Cervera, Segarra 5th
11 Guissona Guissona, Segarra 4th
12 L'Albi L'Albi, Garrigues 3rd
13 La Seu La Seu d'Urgell, Alt Urgell 10th
14 Linyola Linyola, Pla d'Urgell 6th
15 Organyà Organyà, Alt Urgell 14th
16 Palau El Palau d'Anglesola, Pla d'Urgell 2nd
17 Solsona Solsona, Solsonès 12th
18 Tremp Tremp, Pallars Jussà 13th

Tercera Catalana[edit]

Tercera Catalana
Country  Spain
Founded Unknown
Number of teams 17 groups; 18 teams each one
Levels 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[edit]

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[edit]

Quarta Catalana
Country  Spain
Founded Unknown
Number of teams 32 groups; 18 teams each one
Levels 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[edit]

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.

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