2013 Paraguayan División Intermedia season

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Second Division
Season 2013
Matches played 240
2012
2014

The 2013 División Intermedia season will be the 17th season of semi-professional football in Paraguay (second division), organized by the Paraguayan Football Association.

It will start on March 30 and will end in October.[1]

Promotion and Relegation[edit]

Left the division[edit]

Pos To Paraguayan Primera División
General Díaz (Luque)
Deportivo Capiatá
Pos To Paraguayan Primera División B[2]
14º Atlético Colegiales (Lambaré)
15º Sportivo Iteño (Itá)
16º 29 de Setiembre (Luque)

News clubs in the division[edit]

Pos From First Division
11º Tacuary
12º Independiente
Pos From Third Division (country)
Caacupé F.B.C.
Pos From Metropolitan Third Division
12 de Octubre
Club General Martín Ledesma (repechage winner)

Teams[edit]

Team Home City Stadium Capacity
12 de Octubre Football Club Itauguá Estadio Juan Canuto Pettengill 8.000
2 de Mayo Pedro Juan Caballero Río Parapití 25,000
3 de Febrero Ciudad del Este A. Oddone Sarubbi 28,000
Caacupé F.B.C.é Caacupé Estadio Tte. Fariña
General Martín Ledesma Capiatá Estadio Enrique Soler 5.000
Deportivo Santaní San Estanislao Juan José Vázquez 4,000
Fernando de la Mora Asunción Emiliano Ghezzi 7,000
General Caballero Asunción Hugo Bogado Vaceque 5,000
Independiente Asunción Estadio Ricardo Gregor 1.500
Resistencia Asunción Tomás Beygon Gorea 3,500
River Plate Asunción River Plate 5,000
San Lorenzo San Lorenzo Ciudad Universitaria 4,000
Sport Colombia Fernando de la Mora Alfonso Colmán 7,000
Tacuary Asunción Estadio Roberto Béttega 7.000
Sportivo Trinidense Asunción Martín Torres 3,000
Paranaense F.C. Ciudad del Este A. Oddone Sarubbi 28,000

Standings[edit]

Pos Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
10º
11º
12º
13º
14º
15º
16º
  • Pos: Position, Pts: Points, Pld: Played, W: Won, D: Drawn, L: Lost, GF: Goals for, GA: Goals against, GD: Goals difference
Promoted to 2014 Paraguayan Primera División season

Relegation[3][edit]

Relegations is determined at the end of the season by computing an average (Spanish: promedio) of the number of points earned per game over the past three seasons. The three teams with the lowest average is relegated.[4]

Pos Team Avg Total Pts Total Pld 2011 2012 2013
1st Deportivo Santaní 1,750 98 56 44 54 0
2nd River Plate 1,393 78 56 37 41 0
3rd 3 de Febrero 1,367 42 30 - 42 0
3rd General Caballero 1,367 42 30 - 42 0
5th San Lorenzo 1,357 76 56 28 48 0
6th Sportivo Trinidense 1,339 75 56 29 46 0
7th 2 de Mayo 1,333 40 30 - 40 0
7th Resistencia 1,333 40 30 - 40 0
9th Sport Colombia 1,285 72 56 28 44 0
10t Fernando de la Mora 1,250 70 56 34 36 0
11th Paranaense 1,133 34 30 - 34 0
12th 12 de Octubre[5] 0 0 0 - - 0
12th Caacupé F.B.C. 0 0 0 - - 0
12th Martín Ledesma 0 0 0 - - 0
12th Tacuary 0 0 0 - - 0
12th Independiente 0 0 0 - - 0
Relegated
  • Pos: Position, Avg: Average, Total Pts: Total Points, Total Pld: Total Played

Top goalscorers[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Todo Ascenso (ed.): Insólito Intermedia Arranca en Semana Santa (in spanish). January 14, 2013. Retrieved Jan 15, 2013.
  2. ^ D10 (ed.): Mantiene la categoría (in spanish). October 13, 2012. Retrieved Jan 15, 2013.
  3. ^ Mundo Intermedia (ed.): Intermedia 2013. (in spanish). December 23, 2012. Retrieved January 15, 2013.
  4. ^ Nicolás Ledesma (February 2, 2012). ABC Digital, ed. "Se limita el cupo de extranjeros en la cancha y rige promedio para descenso" (in Spanish). Retrieved January 15, 2013. 
  5. ^ It's unclear whether the Divisional will consider for average the 22 points scored in the championship 2011, because that year fell into another category..

See also[edit]