Nicaraguan Primera División

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Primera División de Nicaragua
Current sport.svg 2013–14 Primera División de Nicaragua
Founded
1933
Nation
 Nicaragua
Relegation To
Segunda División de Nicaragua
(based on agg. table)
Number of Teams
10
International Qualification
Copa Interclubes UNCAF (before 2008-09)
CONCACAF Champions League (after 2008-09)
Current Champions (2014 Clausura)
Real Estelí
Official website

Primera División de Nicaragua is the top division of the Federación Nicaragüense de Fútbol, it was created in 1933.

It is played in two parts, Torneo de Apertura from August through November and Torneo de Clausura from January through May. Each of the regular seasons is followed by a play-off of the top 4 teams over a 2-legged semi-final and subsequent final. The relegation end has the bottom team of the aggregate table dropped as well as the loser of the play-off of the 8th and 9th places.

Current Teams[edit]

Primera División de Nicaragua - 2014/15[edit]

Location of 2013–14 teams in Primera División de Nicaragua
Apertura 2013
Name City Stadium First season in

first division

First season after

most recent promotion

ART Municipal Jalapa Jalapa Estadio Alejandro Ramos TBA 2013
CD Walter Ferretti Managua Estadio Olímpico del IND Managua 1987 1987
Deportivo Ocotal Ocotal Estadio Roy Fernandez Bermuda TBA 2007 (A)
Diriangén FC Diriamba Estadio Cacique Diriangén 1933 1933
Fox Villa Jinotepe Estadio Ricardo Morales Avilés TBA 2014
Juventus FC Managua Estadio Olímpico del IND Managua TBA 2011
Managua FC Managua Estadio Olímpico del IND Managua 2010 2010
Real Estelí Estelí Estadio Independencia 1986 1986
Real Madriz Somoto Estadio Solidaridad Augusto Cesar Mendoza TBA 2012
UNAN Managua Managua Estadio Olímpico del IND Managua TBA 2014

Records in the league[edit]

[1]

Previous winners[edit]

Champions[edit]

Teams in bold are currently participating in Primera División de Nicaragua.

Champions
Team Championships
Diriangén FC 26
Real Estelí 14
Deportivo Santa Cecilia 5
Universidad Centroamericana 4
Deportivo Walter Ferretti 4
América Managua 3
Aduana FC 3
Ferrocarril 2
Flor de Caña FC 2
Deportivo Masaya FC 2
Juventus Managua 2
Club Atlético FC 2
Deportivo Jalapa 1
Bufalos FC 1
La Nica FC 1
Alas FC 1
Lido FC 1
Colegio C-A FC 1

References[edit]