List of Mexican football champions

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The Mexican Football Champion is the winner of the Primera División of football in Mexico. Currently, there are two champions each calendar year with one champion for the Apertura ("opening") competition held in the autumn and one for the Clausura ("closing") competition in the spring.

Amateur Era Distrito Federal League Champions (1902–1943)[edit]

Season Champion Coach Runner-up
1902–1903 Orizaba AC Scotland Duncan Macomish Reforma AC
1903–1904 Mexico Cricket Club France Claude M. Butlin Reforma AC
1904–1905 Pachuca AC England Charles Grenfell British FC
1905–1906 Reforma AC England Thomas R. Phillips San Pedro Golf Club
1906–1907 Reforma AC England Thomas R. Phillips British FC
1907–1908 British FC England Percy Clifford Mexico Country Club
1908–1909 Reforma AC England Thomas R. Phillips Pachuca AC
1909–1910 Reforma AC England Thomas R. Phillips Popo Park FC
1910–1911 Reforma AC England Thomas R. Phillips Pachuca AC
1911–1912 Reforma AC England Thomas R. Phillips British FC
1912–1913 México FC Mexico Antonio Sierra Reforma AC
1913–1914 Club España Spain Francisco G. Ubierta Rovers FC
1914–1915 Club España Spain Francisco G. Ubierta Pachuca AC
1915–1916 Club España Spain Francisco Arias México FC
1916–1917 Club España Spain Francisco G. Ubierta Pachuca AC
1917–1918 Pachuca AC England William Penguely Club España
1918–1919 Club España Spain Francisco Arias Centro Union
1919–1920 Real Club España (N) Spain Francisco Arias Tigres
Pachuca AC (M) England Alfred C. Crowle
1920–1921 Real Club España (N) Spain Francisco Arias
Germania FV (M) Germany Richard Obert Club Mexico
1921–1922 Real Club España Asturias
1922–1923 Asturias Germania FV
1923–1924 Real Club España Club América
1924–1925 Club América Mexico Rafael Garza Gutiérrez Necaxa
1925–1926 Club América Mexico Rafael Garza Gutiérrez Asturias
1926–1927 Club América England Percy Clifford Real Club España
1927–1928 Club América England Percy Clifford Asturias
1928–1929 CD Marte Real Club España
1929–1930 Real Club España Hungary Emérico Pozsonyi Club América
1930–1931 No Championship held
1931–1932 Atlante F.C. Necaxa
1932–1933 Necaxa Leones
1933–1934 Real Club España Asturias
1934–1935 Necaxa Austria Ernest Pauler Real Club España
1935–1936 Real Club España Club América
1936–1937 Necaxa Atlante F.C.
1937–1938 Necaxa Asturias
1938–1939 Asturias Euzkadi
1939–1940 Real Club España Necaxa
1940–1941 Atlante F.C. Real Club España
1941–1942 Real Club España Atlante F.C.
1942–1943 CD Marte Atlante F.C.

Primera División – League System Champions (1943–1970)[edit]

Season Champion Coach Runner-up
1943–1944 Asturias Austria Ernest Pauler Real Club España
1944–1945 Real Club España Costa Rica Rodolfo Muñoz Puebla F.C.
1945–1946 Veracruz Brazil Enrique Palomini Atlante F.C.
1946–1947 Atlante F.C. Hungary Luis Grocz Club León
1947–1948 Club León Spain José Maria Casullo CD Oro
1948–1949 Club León Spain José Maria Casullo Atlas
1949–1950 Veracruz Spain Juan Luque de Serrallonga Atlante F.C.
1950–1951 Atlas Brazil Eduardo Valdatti Atlante F.C.
1951–1952 Club León Spain Antonio López Herranz CD Guadalajara
1952–1953 Tampico Madero Spain Joaquín Urquiaga Zacatepec
1953–1954 CD Marte Mexico Ignacio Trelles CD Oro
1954–1955 Zacatepec Mexico Ignacio Trelles CD Guadalajara
1955–1956 Club León Spain Antonio López Herranz CD Oro
1956–1957 CD Guadalajara Uruguay Donald Ross Deportivo Toluca
1957–1958 Zacatepec Mexico Ignacio Trelles Deportivo Toluca
1958–1959 CD Guadalajara Hungary Árpád Fekete Club León
1959–1960 CD Guadalajara Hungary Árpád Fekete Club América
1960–1961 CD Guadalajara Mexico Javier de la Torre CD Oro
1961–1962 CD Guadalajara Mexico Javier de la Torre Club América
1962–1963 CD Oro Hungary Árpád Fekete CD Guadalajara
1963–1964 CD Guadalajara Mexico Javier de la Torre Club América
1964–1965 CD Guadalajara Mexico Javier de la Torre CD Oro
1965–1966 Club América Brazil Alejandro Scopelli Atlas
1966–1967 Deportivo Toluca Mexico Ignacio Trelles Club América
1967–1968 Deportivo Toluca Mexico Ignacio Trelles Pumas UNAM
1968–1969 CDCS Cruz Azul Mexico Raúl Cárdenas CD Guadalajara
1969–1970 CD Guadalajara Mexico Javier de la Torre CDCS Cruz Azul
México '70 CDCS Cruz Azul Mexico Raúl Cárdenas Deportivo Toluca

Primera División – Liguilla System Champions (1970–1996)[edit]

Season Champion Coach Runner-up Reg Season most points*
1970–1971 Club América Mexico José Antonio Roca Deportivo Toluca Club América (44 pts)
1971–1972 CDCS Cruz Azul Mexico Raúl Cárdenas Club América CDCS Cruz Azul (51 pts)
1972–1973 CDCS Cruz Azul Mexico Raúl Cárdenas Club León CDCS Cruz Azul (46 pts)
1973–1974 CDCS Cruz Azul Mexico Raúl Cárdenas Atlético Español CDCS Cruz Azul (49 pts)
1974–1975 Deportivo Toluca Uruguay Ricardo de León Club León Club León (51 pts)
1975–1976 Club América Mexico Raúl Cárdenas U. de Guadalajara Club América (53 pts)
1976-1977 Pumas UNAM Hungary Jorge Marik U. de Guadalajara Pumas UNAM (50 pts)**
1977–1978 Tigres UANL Uruguay Carlos Miloc Pumas UNAM Club América (51 pts)
1978–1979 CDCS Cruz Azul Mexico Ignacio Trellez Pumas UNAM CDCS Cruz Azul (51 pts)
1979–1980 CDCS Cruz Azul Mexico Ignacio Trellez Tigres UANL Club América (57 pts)
1980–1981 Pumas UNAM Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Bora Milutinovic CDCS Cruz Azul Estudiantes Tecos (51 pts)
1981–1982 Tigres UANL Uruguay Carlos Miloc Atlante F.C. Atlante F.C. (53 pts)
1982–1983 Puebla F.C. Mexico Manuel Lapuente CD Guadalajara Club América (61 pts)
1983–1984 Club América Chile Carlos Reinoso CD Guadalajara Club América (51 pts)
1984–1985 Club América Argentina Miguel Ángel López Pumas UNAM Pumas UNAM (55 pts)
PRODE '85 Club América Argentina Miguel Ángel López Tampico Madero
México '86 C.F. Monterrey Mexico Francisco Avilán Tampico Madero
1986–1987 CD Guadalajara Mexico Alberto Guerra CDCS Cruz Azul CD Guadalajara (55 pts)
1987–1988 Club América Brazil Jorge Vieira Pumas UNAM Club América (55 pts)
1988–1989 Club América Brazil Jorge Vieira CDCS Cruz Azul Puebla F.C. (53 pts)
1989–1990 Puebla F.C. Mexico Manuel Lapuente U. de Guadalajara Club América (48 pts)
1990–1991 Pumas UNAM Mexico Miguel Mejía Barón Club América Pumas UNAM (55 pts)
1991–1992 Club León Mexico Víctor Manuel Vucetich Puebla F.C. Atlante F.C. (50 pts)
1992–1993 Atlante F.C. Argentina Ricardo La Volpe C.F. Monterrey Necaxa (54 pts)
1993–1994 Tecos UAG Mexico Víctor Manuel Vucetich Santos Laguna Estudiantes Tecos (51 pts)
1994–1995 Necaxa Mexico Manuel Lapuente CDCS Cruz Azul CD Guadalajara (52 pts)
1995–1996 Necaxa Mexico Manuel Lapuente Atlético Celaya CDCS Cruz Azul (56 pts)

* Not official/recognized title
** Goal Difference.

Primera División – Short Tournament Champions (1996-Currently)[edit]

Season Champion Coach Runner-up Reg season full year*
Invierno 1996 Santos Laguna Mexico Alfredo Tena Necaxa
Verano 1997 CD Guadalajara Brazil Ricardo Ferretti Toros Neza Atlante F.C. (66 pts)
Invierno 1997 CDCS Cruz Azul Mexico Luis Fernando Tena Club León
Verano 1998 Deportivo Toluca Mexico Enrique Meza Necaxa CDCS Cruz Azul (61 pts)
Invierno 1998 Necaxa Mexico Raúl Arias CD Guadalajara
Verano 1999 Deportivo Toluca Mexico Enrique Meza Atlas Deportivo Toluca (75 pts)
Invierno 1999 C.F. Pachuca Mexico Javier Aguirre CDCS Cruz Azul
Verano 2000 Deportivo Toluca Mexico Enrique Meza Santos Laguna Deportivo Toluca (72 pts)
Invierno 2000 Monarcas Morelia Mexico Luis Fernando Tena Deportivo Toluca
Verano 2001 Santos Laguna Mexico Fernando Quirarte C.F. Pachuca CDCS Cruz Azul (55 pts)
Invierno 2001 C.F. Pachuca Mexico Alfredo Tena Tigres UANL
Verano 2002 Club América Mexico Manuel Lapuente Necaxa Deportivo Toluca (67 pts)
Apertura 2002 Deportivo Toluca Argentina Alberto Jorge Monarcas Morelia
Clausura 2003 C.F. Monterrey Argentina Daniel Passarella Monarcas Morelia Deportivo Toluca (74 pts)
Apertura 2003 C.F. Pachuca Mexico Víctor Manuel Vucetich Tigres UANL
Clausura 2004 Pumas UNAM Mexico Hugo Sánchez CD Guadalajara Pumas UNAM (79 pts)
Apertura 2004 Pumas UNAM Mexico Hugo Sánchez C.F. Monterrey
Clausura 2005 Club América Mexico Mario Carrillo Tecos UAG Monarcas Morelia (57 pts)
Apertura 2005 Deportivo Toluca Argentina Américo Gallego C.F. Monterrey
Clausura 2006 C.F. Pachuca Mexico José Luis Trejo San Luis F.C. CDCS Cruz Azul (60 pts)
Apertura 2006 CD Guadalajara Mexico José Manuel de la Torre Deportivo Toluca
Clausura 2007 C.F. Pachuca Mexico Enrique Meza Club América C.F. Pachuca (65 pts)
Apertura 2007 Atlante F.C. Mexico José Guadalupe Cruz Pumas UNAM
Clausura 2008 Santos Laguna Mexico Daniel Guzmán CDCS Cruz Azul Santos Laguna (69 pts)
Apertura 2008 Deportivo Toluca Mexico José Manuel de la Torre CDCS Cruz Azul
Clausura 2009 Pumas UNAM Brazil Ricardo Ferretti C.F. Pachuca Deportivo Toluca (63 pts)
Apertura 2009 C.F. Monterrey Mexico Víctor Manuel Vucetich CDCS Cruz Azul
Bicentenario 2010 Deportivo Toluca Mexico José Manuel de la Torre Santos Laguna C.F. Monterrey (66 pts)
Apertura 2010 C.F. Monterrey Mexico Víctor Manuel Vucetich Santos Laguna
Clausura 2011 UNAM Mexico Guillermo Vázquez Morelia Cruz Azul (65 pts)
Apertura 2011 Tigres UANL Brazil Ricardo Ferretti Santos Laguna
Clausura 2012 Club Santos Laguna Mexico Benjamin Galindo C.F. Monterrey Tigres UANL (59 pts)
Apertura 2012 Tijuana Argentina Antonio Mohamed Deportivo Toluca F.C.
Clausura 2013 Club América Mexico Miguel Herrera CDCS Cruz Azul
Apertura 2013 Club León Uruguay Gustavo Matosas Club América

* Not official/recognized title

Liga de Ascenso / Ascenso MX Champions[edit]

See Ascenso MX Champions

Segunda División Champions[edit]

See Segunda División Champions

Tercera División Champions[edit]

See Tercera División Champions

References[edit]

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