Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in Andalusia

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The Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in the Community of Andalusia, are organized by Federación Andaluza de Fútbol :

  • Primera División de Andalucía (Level 5)
  • Regional Preferente de Andalucía (Level 6)
  • Primera Provincial de Andalucía (Level 7)
  • Segunda Provincial de Andalucía (Level 8)
  • Tercera Provincial de Andalucía (Level 9)

Primera División[edit]

Primera Andaluza
Flag of Andalusia.svg
Country  Spain
Founded 2004
Number of teams 72; 4 groups of 18
Level on pyramid 5
Promotion to 3ª – Group 9 and 3ª – Group 10
Relegation to Regional Preferente
Website Official website

The Primera Andaluza is the 5th level of competition in the Spanish League Football in the Community of Andalusia.

The League[edit]

The league consists of 4 groups, each consisting of 18 teams. At the end of the season, the champions are promoted and the runners-up playoff for possible promotion. If there any vacancies further in Tercera División, a playoff must play between teams qualified 3rd to fill possible vacancies. Bottom three teams are relegated to Regional Preferente.

2012–13 season teams[edit]

Group 1 (Cádiz and Huelva)[edit]

Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in Andalusia is located in Province of Huelva
La Palma
La Palma
O. Valverdeña
O. Valverdeña
I. Cristina
I. Cristina
Canela
Canela
Almonte
Almonte
2012–13 Primera Andaluza – Group 1 teams (Huelva province)
Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in Andalusia is located in Province of Cádiz
Jerez
Jerez
Sanlúcar
Sanlúcar
Puerto R.
Puerto R.
Rota
Rota
Chiclana
Chiclana
Cádiz
Cádiz
S. Fernando
S. Fernando
Tarifa
Tarifa
2012–13 Primera Andaluza – Group 1 teams (Cádiz province)
Club City Founded 2012–13 season
La Palma La Palma del Condado, Huelva 1915 1st
Olímpica Valverdeña Valverde del Camino, Huelva 1942 2nd
Xerez B Jerez de la Frontera, Cádiz 1975 3rd
Isla Cristina Isla Cristina, Huelva 1999 4th
Atl. Sanluqueño B Sanlúcar de Barrameda, Cádiz 5th
Puerto Real Puerto Real, Cádiz 1948 6th
Rota Rota, Cádiz 1952 7th
Jerez Industrial Jerez de la Frontera, Cádiz 1951 8th
Guadalcacín Guadalcacín, Cádiz 9th
Chiclana Industrial Chiclana de la Frontera, Cádiz 1981 10th
Algaida Sanlúcar de Barrameda, Cádiz 11th
Balón de Cádiz Cádiz, Cádiz 1940 12th
Bazán San Fernando, Cádiz 1974 13th
Chiclana Chiclana de la Frontera, Cádiz 1957 14th
Tarifa Tarifa, Cádiz 1957 15th
Canela Ayamonte, Huelva 1972 16th
Almonte Balompié Almonte, Huelva 1985 17th

Group 2 (Seville and Córdoba)[edit]

Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in Andalusia is located in Province of Córdoba (Spain)
Atl. Villanueva
Atl. Villanueva
C. Jardín
C. Jardín
Atl. Espeleño
Atl. Espeleño
Atl. Palma del Río
Atl. Palma del Río
La Carlota
La Carlota
2012–13 Primera Andaluza – Group 2 teams (Córdoba province)
Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in Andalusia is located in Province of Seville
Gerena
Gerena
Lebrijana
Lebrijana
P. Rociera
P. Rociera
San José
San José
Utrera
Utrera
Castilleja
Castilleja
Coronil
Coronil
La Barrera
La Barrera
Lora
Lora
Paradas
Paradas
Brenes
Brenes
Marinaleda
Marinaleda
Seville
Seville
2012–13 Primera Andaluza – Group 2 teams (Seville province)
Club City Founded 2012–13 season
Gerena Gerena, Seville 2006 1st
Lebrijana Lebrija, Seville 1993 2nd
Peña Rociera Dos Hermanas, Seville 1985 3rd
San José San José de la Rinconada, Seville 1951 4th
Utrera Utrera, Seville 1946 5th
Atl. Villanueva Villanueva de Córdoba, Córdoba 2009 6th
Castilleja Castilleja de la Cuesta, Seville 1937 7th
Ciudad Jardín Córdoba, Córdoba 1963 8th
Coronil El Coronil, Seville 1993 9th
La Barrera Mairena del Alcor, Seville 1980 10th
Atl. Espeleño Espiel, Córdoba 1982 11th
Atl. Palma del Río Palma del Río, Córdoba 1977 12th
Lora Lora del Río, Seville 1945 13th
La Carlota La Carlota, Córdoba 1971 14th
Paradas Bp. Paradas, Seville 1946 15th
Brenes Bp. Brenes, Seville 2005 16th
Nervión Seville, Seville 1976 17th
Marinaleda Marinaleda, Seville 1976 18th

Group 3 (Málaga and Jaén)[edit]

Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in Andalusia is located in Province of Jaén (Spain)
Los Villares
Los Villares
Torredonjimeno
Torredonjimeno
Jaén
Jaén
Úbeda
Úbeda
2012–13 Primera Andaluza – Group 3 teams (Jaén province)
Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in Andalusia is located in Province of Málaga
Antequera
Antequera
Alhaurino
Alhaurino
Málaga
Málaga
Coín
Coín
Marbella
Marbella
Alameda
Alameda
Fuengirola
Fuengirola
Rincón
Rincón
Churriana
Churriana
Vélez-Málaga
Vélez-Málaga
Atl. Benamiel
Atl. Benamiel
2012–13 Primera Andaluza – Group 3 teams (Málaga province)
Club City Founded 2012–13 season
Antequera Antequera, Málaga 1992 1st
Los Villares Los Villares, Jaén 1982 2nd
Alhaurino Alhaurín el Grande, Málaga 1930 3rd
Dos Hermanas S.A. Málaga, Málaga 1997 4th
Athletic de Coín Coín, Málaga 2004 5th
Ciudad de Torredonjimeno Torredonjimeno, Jaén 2009 6th
Peña Los Compadres Marbella, Málaga 1985 7th
Alameda Alameda, Málaga 1959 8th
Athletic Fuengirola Fuengirola, Málaga 2010 9th
Real Jaén B Jaén, Jaén 1973 10th
Fuengirola L.B. Fuengirola, Málaga 2002 11th
Rincón Rincón de la Victoria, Málaga 1964 12th
Atl. Benamiel Arroyo de la Miel, Málaga 1974 13th
Úbeda Viva Úbeda, Jaén 2004 14th
Churriana Churriana, Málaga 1940 15th
Barrio NS Sra. Remedios Vélez-Málaga, Málaga 2003 16th
Atlético Pedregalejo Málaga, Málaga 2010 17th

Group 4 (Granada and Almería)[edit]

Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in Andalusia is located in Province of Almería
El Alquián
El Alquián
Almería
Almería
Berja
Berja
Vera
Vera
Roquetas
Roquetas
Cuevas
Cuevas
Parador
Parador
2012–13 Primera Andaluza – Group 4 teams (Almería province)
Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in Andalusia is located in Province of Granada
Guadix
Guadix
Baza
Baza
La Zubia
La Zubia
Armilla
Armilla
Zujaira
Zujaira
Cúllar Vega
Cúllar Vega
Churriana
Churriana
Huétor Tájar
Huétor Tájar
Padul
Padul
2012–13 Primera Andaluza – Group 4 teams (Granada province)
Club City Founded 2012–13 season
Español Alquián El Alquián, Almería, Almería 1955 1st
Los Molinos Almería, Almería 1973 2nd
Guadix Guadix, Granada 1969 3rd
Berja Berja, Almería 1992 4th
Baza Baza, Granada 1970 5th
Atl. La Zubia La Zubia, Granada 1946 6th
Arenas de Armilla Armilla, Granada 1931 7th
Águilas de Zujaira Zujaira, Granada 1976 8th
Cúllar Vega Cúllar Vega, Granada 1979 9th
Pavía Almería, Almería 1955 10th
Vera Vera, Almería 1960 11th
Oriente Almería, Almería 1970 12th
Puerto Roquetas Roquetas de Mar, Almería 1970 13th
Churriana Churriana de la Vega, Granada 1960 14th
Huétor Tájar B Huétor-Tájar, Granada 15th
Atletismo Padul El Padul, Granada 2005 16th
Cuevas Cuevas del Almanzora, Almería 1920 17th
Parador El Parador de las Hortichuelas, Almería 1965 18th

Promotion playoff[edit]

Playoff to decide how many teams will have the top priority to promote to Tercera División. The playoff winner will be promoted in the case of there are further vacancies in Tercera División. Teams qualified 2nd in each group play the playoff. An additional playoff is played by teams qualified 3rd in case there are further vacancies in Tercera División.

Runners-up[edit]

1st leg[edit]
2nd leg[edit]


Promoted to Tercera División
Lebrijana
(First time ever)
Los Villares
(First time ever)

3rd place[edit]

Winners of this playoff will be promoted only if there vacancy seats in Tercera División.

1st leg[edit]
2nd leg[edit]

Regional Preferente[edit]

Regional Preferente
Bandera de Andalucía.svg
Country  Spain
Number of teams 140; 8 groups
Level on pyramid 6
Promotion to Primera Andaluza
Relegation to Primera Provincial
Website Official website

Regional Preferente is the 6th level of competition of the Spanish Football League in Andalusia.

The League[edit]

The Regional Preferente is played with 140 teams in eight groups of 16-19. At the end of the season, the champions and runners-up are promoted and the 3rd placed teams playoff to fill any vacancies. Four clubs are relegated to Primera Categoría Provincial except those groups with 17 or 19 teams relegating five clubs.

Some teams playing in this level[edit]

Primera Provincial[edit]

Primera Provincial
Bandera de Andalucía.svg
Country  Spain
Number of teams 222; 15 groups
Level on pyramid 7
Promotion to Regional Preferente
Relegation to Segunda Provincial
Website Official website

Primera Provincial is the 7th level of competition of the Spanish Football League in Andalusia.

The League[edit]

The Primera Provincial is played with 222 teams in 15 groups of 10-18. At the end of the season, four clubs being promoted to each province's Regional Preferente. Four clubs each from Cádiz and Granada and eight clubs from Seville are relegated to Segunda Categoría Provincial.

Segunda Provincial[edit]

Segunda Provincial
Bandera de Andalucía.svg
Country  Spain
Number of teams 107; 7 groups
Level on pyramid 8
Promotion to Primera Provincial
Relegation to Tercera Provincial
Website Official website

Segunda Provincial is the 8th level of competition of the Spanish Football League in Andalusia.

The League[edit]

The Segunda Provincial is played with 107 teams in 7 groups of 12-16 teams. At the end of the season, in Cádiz and Granada, the top four teams are promoted while the five champions and the best runner-up are promoted in Sevilla plus two playoff winners between the other four runners-up.

Some teams playing in this level[edit]

Tercera Provincial[edit]

Tercera Provincial
Bandera de Andalucía.svg
Country  Spain
Number of teams 9
Level on pyramid 9
Website Official website

Tercera Provincial is the 9th level of competition of the Spanish Football League in Andalusia, only has a group of the Granada Province.

External links[edit]