Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in the Community of Madrid

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The Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in the Community of Madrid, are organized by Madrid Football Federation :

  • Categoría Preferente de Aficionados, 2 Groups of 18 teams (Level 5)
  • Primera Categoría de Aficionados, 4 Groups of 18 teams (Level 6)
  • Segunda Categoría de Aficionados, 8 Groups of 18 teams (Level 7)
  • Tercera Categoría de Aficionados, 11 Groups of 18 teams (Level 8)

League chronology[edit]

Timeline

Categoría Preferente[edit]

Preferente
Flag of the Community of Madrid.svg
Founded1986
Country Spain
Number of teams2 groups of 18 teams each one
Level on pyramid5
Promotion to3ª - Group 7
Relegation toPrimera de Aficionados
Domestic cup(s)None
Websitehttp://www.ffmadrid.org/pnfg/

Categoría Preferente is the fifth level of competition of the Spanish Football League in the Community of Madrid.

Competition System[edit]

The league consists of two groups of 18 teams. At the end of the season the first two teams from each group are promoted to the Tercera División (Group VII). The last four of each group (15th, 16th, 17th and 18th) are relegated to Primera de Aficionados.

At this level, a reserve team and its parent can play at the same level in different groups. If the reserve team are in the promotion zone, the first team is promoted. If both teams are in the promotion zone, the third placed club within the group will be promoted. If the first team finishes in the relegation zone, the reserve team is demoted.

2018–19 season teams[edit]

Group I Group II

Champions[edit]

Season Gr. I Gr. II
2017–18 Las Rozas CF RCD Carabanchel
2016–17 AD Colmenar Viejo CP Parla Escuela
2015–16 FC Villanueva del Pardillo SR Villaverde-Boetticher CF
2014–15 Aravaca CF CD Colonia Moscardó
2013–14 Alcobendas-Levitt CF CD Móstoles URJC

Primera de Aficionados[edit]

Primera de Aficionados
Flag of the Community of Madrid.svg
Founded1986
Country Spain
Number of teams72; 4 groups of 18
Level on pyramid6
Promotion toCategoría Preferente
Relegation toAficionados
Domestic cup(s)None
Websitehttp://www.ffmadrid.org/pnfg/

Primera Categoría de Aficionados is the sixth level of competition in the Spanish league football in Madrid.

The league consists of four groups of 18 teams. At the end of the season, the first two teams from each group are promoted to the Preferente.

The last four classified in each group are relegated to the Segunda de Aficionados.

The first team and its reserve teams (maximum of three) can play on the same level in different groups. The first team is prompted whenever a reserve team is in the promotion zone. If the first team is in the relegation zone, the lowest reserve team is demoted.

2018–19 season teams[edit]

Group I Group II
  • Atlético Villalba
  • Rayo Ciudad Alcobendas CF
  • EF Siete Picos Colmenar
  • Hoyo de Manzanares CDH
  • Celtic Castilla CF
  • CD Galapagar B
  • UD San Seb. de los Reyes B
  • Las Rozas CF B
  • AD Unión Adarve B
  • CD Unión de Aravaca
  • FC Villanueva del Pardillo B
  • AD Calasanz de Pozuelo
  • Academia Alcobendas-Gandarío
  • Juventud Sanse
  • Aravaca CF B
  • EF Madrid Oeste Boadilla
  • CD Santa María Caridad
  • Cerceda CF
  • AD Esperanza
  • CD Mejoreño
  • CD Paracuellos
  • AD Torrejón CF B
  • CD Dosa
  • Españoleto CF
  • Alameda de Osuna EF
  • SAD FCD Recuerdo
  • EMF CD Cobeña
  • UD Jarama 2016
  • CD Canillas B
  • EF Vicálvaro
  • CD Unión Elipa
  • RSD Alcalá B
  • CD Spartac de Manoteras
  • CD Avance
  • Camarma CF
  • EDM San Blas
Group III Group IV
  • Ciudad de Getafe SC
  • UD Usera
  • EF Rivas Vaciamadrid
  • CP Santa María del Pilar
  • CD Villaconejos
  • CD Tajamar
  • EMF Villarejo
  • EMF Águilas de Moratalaz
  • Racing Villaverde CF
  • CD Fortuna B
  • CF Inter de Valdemoro
  • CD Colmenar de Oreja
  • AD Villaverde Bajo
  • ED Moratalaz B
  • AD La Meca de Rivas
  • ADC Brunete
  • Vallecas CF
  • CD Colonia Moscardó B

Segunda de Aficionados[edit]

Segunda de Aficionados
Flag of the Community of Madrid.svg
Founded1986
Country Spain
Number of teams144; 8 groups of 18
Level on pyramid7
Promotion toPrimera Aficionados
Relegation toTercera Aficionados
Domestic cup(s)None
Websitehttp://www.ffmadrid.org/pnfg/

The Segunda de Aficionados is the 7th level of competition in the Spanish League Football in the Community of Madrid. It lies immediately below the Primera de Aficionados.

The league consists of 8 groups, each consisting of 18 teams. At the end of the season, the first 2 teams in each group promoted to the Primera de Aficionados.

The last 2 teams of each group and the six worst 16th-placed teams are relegated to the Tercera de Aficionados.

The first team is promoted whenever a reserve team is in the promotion zone. The reserve team is demoted whenever the first team is in the relegation zone.

Some teams playing in this level[edit]

Tercera de Aficionados[edit]

Tercera de Aficionados
Flag of the Community of Madrid.svg
Founded1986
Country Spain
Number of teams197; 11 groups
Level on pyramid8
Promotion toAficionados
Domestic cup(s)None
Websitehttp://www.ffmadrid.org/pnfg/

The Tercera de Aficionados is the 8th level of competition in the Spanish League Football in the Community of Madrid. It lies immediately below the Segunda de Aficionados.

The league consists of 11 groups: one group of 17 teams and ten of 18. At the end of the season the first 2 teams in each group are promoted to the Segunda de Aficionados.

The first team is promoted whenever a reserve team is the promotion zone.

Some teams playing in this level[edit]


External links[edit]