Federação Caboverdiana de Futebol

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Federação Caboverdiana de Futebol
CAF
Association crest
Founded 1982
FIFA affiliation 1986
CAF affiliation 2000
President Mário Semedo

The Federação Caboverdiana de Futebol (FCF) is the governing body of football in Cape Verde. It was founded in 1982, affiliated to FIFA in 1986 and to CAF in 2000.[1] It organizes the national football league and the national team.[2]

Premier League or Interisland league[edit]

The Capeverdean Premier division are made up of two groups, Groups A and B and the team with the most points in the island but Santiago and Santo Antão are divided into two zones in the island qualifies into the premier division and not the top teams from the second or third divisions in other places. There are only about five to six rounds becore heading to the playoffs and are played in the month of June.

The premier league as well as the island divisions has several teams, more teams can be seen at another title below this one:

Island Leagues including the two zones of Santiago and Santo Antão[edit]

Unlike other leagues throughout the world in which is the second, third and fourth, the lowest is mainly the second division or secondary leagues and are split into ten leagues of which are played in the nine main islands, Santiago and Santo Antão is split into two, the North Zone and the South Zone, the tenth main island of Santa Luzia is uninhabited. The team of each league with the most points qualifies and advances into the premier division. One of these examples includes these islands and zones. In the 2005-06 season, the Santiago North Zone did not had a champion which meant that the champion of the previous season automatically enter the premier division:

The island divisions including the two island's two zones varies from each month that play and plays in the month of April and May and May in most islands, Santiago begins from December until May.

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