2019–20 Liga MX Femenil season

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Liga MX Femenil
Season2019–20
Matches played91
Goals scored256 (2.81 per match)
Top goalscorerApertura:
Desirée Monsiváis
(11 goals)
Biggest home winApertura:Monterrey 6–1 Querétaro
(12 August 2019)
Biggest away winApertura:
Juárez 0–6 Atlas
(16 August 2019)
Highest scoringApertura:
Atlético San Luis 1–6 Atlas
(15 July 2019)
Monterrey 6–1 Querétaro
(12 August 2019)
Longest winning runApertura: 5 matches
Pachuca
Longest unbeaten runApertura: 9 matches
UANL
Longest winless runApertura: 10 matches
Juárez
Longest losing runApertura: 4 matches
Necaxa
Highest attendanceApertura:26,531
UANL vs Monterrey
(26 August 2019)
Lowest attendanceApertura:50
Tijuana vs Santos Laguna
(22 August 2019)
Total attendanceApertura:252,734
Average attendanceApertura:2,808
Stats are from the regular season only

The 2019–20 Liga MX Femenil season is the third season of the top-flight women's football league in Mexico. The season was contested by nineteen teams, all being the counterpart women's teams of the men's league clubs Liga MX. The season was split into two championships—the Torneo Apertura and the Torneo Clausura—each in an identical format and each contested by the same nineteen teams. Unlike the two previous editions. As of this season, the participating teams will face each other instead of being divided into two groups.[1]

Teams, stadiums, and personnel[edit]

The following nineteen teams competed this season. Atlético San Luis and FC Juárez are fielding a team for the first time.

Stadiums and locations[edit]

América Atlas Atlético San Luis Cruz Azul Guadalajara
Estadio Azteca Estadio Jalisco Estadio Alfonso Lastras Estadio 10 de Diciembre Estadio Akron
Capacity: 81,070 Capacity: 55,110 Capacity: 25,111 Capacity: 14,500 Capacity: 46,232
Estadio Azteca, 2015.jpg Vista del estadio jalisco.jpg Estadio-alfonso-lastras9.jpg Inside of Estadio 10 de Diciembre.jpg Omnilife Stadium.png
Juárez León Monterrey Morelia Necaxa
Estadio Olímpico Benito Juárez Estadio León Estadio BBVA Estadio Morelos Estadio Victoria
Capacity: 19,703 Capacity: 31,297 Capacity: 51,348 Capacity: 34,795 Capacity: 23,851
Panoramicaestadiobenitojuarez.jpg Estadio León (Nou Camp), León, Guanajuato, México -Imagen Actual- 2013-12-10 14-09.jpg Estadio BBVA Bancomer Inauguration.jpg Estadio Morelos.jpg Estadio Victoria (Aguascalientes).jpg
Pachuca Puebla Querétaro Santos Laguna Tijuana
Estadio Hidalgo Estadio Cuauhtémoc Estadio Corregidora Estadio Corona Estadio Caliente
Capacity: 27,512 Capacity: 51,726 Capacity: 33,162 Capacity: 29,237 Capacity: 27,333
Estadio Hidalgo Huracan.jpg Rampa norte.jpg Estadio la Corregidora.JPG Estadio Corona TSM.jpg Xolos estadio caliente.jpg
Toluca UANL UNAM Veracruz
Estadio Nemesio Díez Estadio Universitario La Cantera Estadio Luis "Pirata" Fuente
Capacity: 31,000 Capacity: 41,886 Capacity: 2,000 Capacity: 28,703
Diablos 05.jpg Estadio Universitario UANL.jpg Vista panorámica del interior del estadio Luis Pirata Fuente.jpg

Alternate venues[edit]

  • América – Cancha Centenario No. 5[2]
  • Atlas – Estadio Colomos Alfredo 'Pistache' Torres (Capacity: 3,000)[3]
  • Guadalajara – Verde Valle[4]
  • Monterrey – El Barrial (Capacity: 570)[5]
  • UANL – Instalaciones Zuazua (Capacity: 800)[6]
Location of the 2019–20 Liga MX Femenil teams in Greater Mexico City

Personnel and kits[edit]

Team Chairman Head Coach Kit manufacturer Shirt sponsor(s)
América Santiago Baños Mexico Leonardo Cuéllar Nike Huawei
Atlas Pedro Portilla Mexico Fernando Samayoa Adidas MoPlay
Atlético San Luis Alberto Marrero Mexico Martín Casas Pirma Canel's
Cruz Azul Guillermo Álvarez Cuevas Mexico Rogelio Martínez Joma Cemento Cruz Azul
Guadalajara Amaury Vergara Mexico Ramón Villa Zevallos Puma Sello Rojo
Juárez Juan Carlos Talavera Mexico David Aponte Carrara Del Río
León Jesús Martínez Murguia Mexico Everaldo Begines Pirma Cementos Fortaleza
Monterrey Duilio Davino Mexico Héctor Becerra Puma AT&T
Morelia Álvaro Dávila Mexico Filadelfo Rangel Pirma Kansas City Southern de México
Necaxa Ernesto Tinajero Flores Mexico Fabiola Vargas Charly Rolcar
Pachuca Jesús Martínez Patiño Mexico Eva Espejo Charly Cementos Fortaleza
Puebla Manuel Jiménez García Mexico Jorge Gómez Umbro AT&T
Querétaro Jaime Ordiales Mexico Félix Martínez Puma Banco Multiva
Santos Laguna Alejandro Irarragorri Mexico Jorge Macías Charly Soriana
Tijuana Jorge Hank Inzunsa Mexico Carla Rossi Charly Caliente
Toluca Francisco Suinaga Mexico Juan Carlos Mendoza Under Armour Banamex
UANL Miguel Ángel Garza Mexico Roberto Medina Adidas Cemex
UNAM Rodrigo Ares de Parga Mexico Ileana Dávila Nike DHL Express
Veracruz Jorge Urdiales Mexico Rodolfo Vega Charly Winpot

Format[edit]

  • The Liga MX Femenil season is split into two championships: the Torneo Apertura (opening tournament) and the Torneo Clausura (closing tournament). Each is contested in an identical format and includes the same nineteen teams. [7]
  • Since 2019–20 season the teams compete in a single group, the best eight of the general table are classified to the championship playoffs.[8]

Changes[edit]

  • Due to the addition of Atlético San Luis, this season will consist of nineteen teams, for that reason, the groups were eliminated.[1]
  • Lobos BUAP were bought by FC Juárez, Juárez acquired all the BUAP's obligations including have a women team.[9]
  • This season will consist of 19 rounds (up from 17).[10]
  • One team will rest each round.[10]

Torneo Apertura[edit]

The Apertura 2019 season began on 12 July 2019 and will end on December 2019.

Regular Season[edit]

Standings[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Monterrey 10 8 0 2 29 12 +17 24 Advance to Liguilla[a]
2 Pachuca 10 7 2 1 23 10 +13 23
3 UANL 9 5 4 0 20 8 +12 19
4 Tijuana 10 5 3 2 17 10 +7 18
5 Toluca 10 5 3 2 13 10 +3 18
6 Atlas 10 4 4 2 21 9 +12 16
7 Guadalajara 9 5 1 3 16 11 +5 16
8 Morelia 11 5 1 5 19 20 −1 16
9 América 9 4 2 3 14 13 +1 14
10 Querétaro 9 4 2 3 12 16 −4 14
11 Cruz Azul 10 4 1 5 15 17 −2 13
12 UNAM 9 2 4 3 10 7 +3 10
13 Veracruz 9 2 4 3 8 12 −4 10
14 Puebla 10 3 1 6 7 17 −10 10
15 León 9 2 3 4 10 11 −1 9
16 Santos Laguna 9 2 2 5 11 17 −6 8
17 Atlético San Luis 10 2 2 6 6 21 −15 8
18 Juárez 10 0 3 7 4 19 −15 3
19 Necaxa 9 0 2 7 1 16 −15 2
Updated to match(es) played on 18 September 2019. Source: Liga MX Femenil
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Goal difference; 3) Number of goals scored; 4) Head-to-head results between tied teams; 5) Number of goals scored away; 6) Highest relegation coefficient; 7) Fair Play points
Notes:
  1. ^ The first 8 places in the table qualify for the Liguilla. The last ranked team in the relegation table can qualify for the liguilla in the Apertura tournament.

Positions by Round[edit]

Leader and qualification to liguilla
Qualification to liguilla
Last place in table
Team ╲ Round12345678910111213141516171819
Monterrey7424211221
Pachuca2211122112
UANL68†87764333
Toluca3166433554
Atlas16109986745
Guadalajara1310556710†886
Morelia1417121317171412107
Tijuana161415†15111081068
América12†1614101097479
Querétaro854355†961110
Cruz Azul43323459911
UNAM571111161415151212†
Veracruz912781211111113†13
Puebla1811131481312131414
León1113161613151616†1615
Santos Laguna17991215†1617171716
Atlético San Luis19191818141213141517
Juárez10151717181818181818
Necaxa15181919†191919191919
Updated to match(es) played on 16 September 2019. Source: Liga MX Femenil
Notes: † indicates team rested that round

Results[edit]

Teams play every other team once (either at home or away), with one team resting each round, completing a total of 19 rounds.

Home \ Away AME ATL ASL CAZ GUA JUA LEO MON MOR NEC PAC PUE QUE SAN TIJ TOL UNL UNM VER
América 3–1 0–1 2–0 3–1
Atlas 1–1 1–2 2–0 2–0
Atlético San Luis 0–0 1–6 2–1 0–2 2–1
Cruz Azul 3–3 2–1 0–1 0–2 3–2
Guadalajara 4–2 2–1 1–0 1–0 0–1
Juárez 0–6 0–0 0–0 0–3
León 0–2 2–1 1–1 3–0 1–1
Monterrey 4–1 1–2 6–1 4–0 4–0
Morelia 2–0 2–1 2–1 0–1 3–3
Necaxa 1–3 0–3 0–2 0–0
Pachuca 2–2 3–1 4–2 1–0 1–2
Puebla 3–1 1–3 0–2 0–3 0–0
Querétaro 2–1 0–3 1–2 1–0 1–1
Santos Laguna 0–0 2–0 1–2 1–4 2–2
Tijuana 1–1 3–0 4–1 2–0 4–2 1–1
Toluca 1–2 1–0 1–1 4–2 0–0
UANL 4–0 2–1 3–2 4–0 0–0
UNAM 1–2 1–2 4–0 2–0 0–0
Veracruz 2–0 1–0 2–2 0–0
Updated to match(es) played on 18 September 2019. Source: Liga MX Femenil
Colours: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Regular Season statistics[edit]

Attendance[edit]

Per team[edit]

Pos Team Total High Low Average Change
1 UANL 84,396 26,531 12,846 16,879 +56.1%
2 Atlético San Luis 52,404 17,113 5,861 10,481 n/a1
3 Pachuca 28,915 6,532 4,250 5,783 +62.8%
4 Juárez 11,309 4,419 1,595 2,827 n/a1
5 Guadalajara 10,829 5,613 792 2,166 +83.7%
6 Monterrey 9,609 4,189 307 1,922 −70.7%
7 Morelia 7,274 2,025 997 1,455 +14.8%
8 León 7,243 2,831 708 1,449 +12.4%
9 América 5,467 1,633 1,070 1,367 +74.8%
10 Santos Laguna 5,795 2,088 627 1,159 +14.8%
11 Toluca 5,735 2,151 683 1,147 −22.9%
12 Cruz Azul 6,288 1,764 951 1,258 +129.1%
13 Tijuana 4,715 1,333 50 786 −11.0%
14 Necaxa 2,837 1,432 405 709 +29.1%
15 Atlas 2,590 1,100 365 648 −2.6%
16 UNAM 2,476 563 362 495 +23.8%
17 Puebla 2,425 659 300 485 +0.8%
18 Querétaro 2,032 620 179 406 −24.3%
19 Veracruz 1,028 298 187 257 +1.6%
League total 253,367 26,531 50 2,784 +52.5%

Updated to games played on 18 September 2019
Source: Liga MX Femenil
Notes:
Only regular season listed
1: New team.

Highest and lowest[edit]

Highest attendance Lowest attendance
Week Home Score Away Attendance Home Score Away Attendance
1 UANL 2–1 Guadalajara 14,935 Veracruz 2–2 Querétaro 298
2 Pachuca 1–0 Necaxa 5,400 Querétaro 2–1 León 240
3 Atlético San Luis 0–0 América 17,113 Veracruz 2–0 Atlas 246
4 UANL 0–0 UNAM 14,415 Querétaro 1–0 Santos Laguna 620
5 Atlético San Luis 2–1 Veracruz 7,840 Puebla 3–1 Juárez 300
6 UANL 4–0 Puebla 12,846 Veracruz 1–0 León 297
7[a] Monterrey 2–1 Juárez 2,046 Tijuana 4–2 Santos Laguna 50
8 UANL 3–2 Monterrey 26,531 Veracruz 0–0 Toluca 187
9 Monterrey 4–1 América 4,189 Querétaro 0–3 Pachuca 511
10 UANL 4–0 Atlético San Luis 15,669 Querétaro 1–1 Tijuana 179
11[a]
12
13
14
15
16[a]
17
18
19
  1. ^ a b c Round scheduled for midweek.

Source: Liga MX Femenil

Liguilla[edit]

The eigh best teams play two games against each other on a home-and-away basis. The higher seeded teams play on their home field during the second leg. The winner of each match up is determined by aggregate score. In the quarterfinals and semifinals, if the two teams are tied on aggregate the higher seeded team advances. In the final, if the two teams are tied after both legs, the match goes to extra time and, if necessary, a penalty shoot-out.


Torneo Clausura[edit]

The Clausura 2020 season is scheduled to begin in January 2020.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Díaz López, José Andrés (20 May 2019). "Liga MX Femenil también tendrá nuevo formato, sin Grupos y otro límite de edad". mediotiempo. Retrieved 12 July 2019.
  2. ^ http://www.ligafemenil.mx/cancha/estadio/1421/estadio-cancha-centenario-no-5-natural-instalaciones-club-america
  3. ^ http://www.ligafemenil.mx/cancha/estadio/109/estadio-colomos-alfredo-pistache-torres
  4. ^ http://www.ligafemenil.mx/cancha/estadio/36/estadio-verde-valle
  5. ^ http://www.ligafemenil.mx/cancha/estadio/675/estadio-el-barrial
  6. ^ http://www.ligafemenil.mx/cancha/estadio/34/estadio-instalaciones-zuazua
  7. ^ http://administrador.ligamx.net/docs/Reglamentos/Competencia/8_LIGA_MX_FEMENIL/06_LIGA_MX_FEMENIL_1_20180723175320.pdf
  8. ^ Mancilla, Sergio (10 July 2019). "Los cambios más relevantes de la Liga MX Femenil para el AP19". As.com México (in Spanish). Retrieved 12 July 2019.
  9. ^ Marshall, Tom (11 June 2019). "FC Juarez buys Lobos BUAP, takes spot in Liga MX". ESPN. Retrieved 12 July 2019.
  10. ^ a b "Calendario del Torneo Apertura 2019". Liga MX Femenil. 25 June 2019. Retrieved 12 July 2019.

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