Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in the Valencian Community

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

  • Regional Preferente (Level 5)
  • Primera Regional (Level 6)
  • Segunda Regional (Level 7)

Regional Preferente[edit]

Regional Preferente
Flag of the Valencian Community (2x3).svg
Country  Spain
Founded 1970
Number of teams 72; 4 groups of 18
Level on pyramid 5
Promotion to 3ª – Group 6
Relegation to Primera Regional
Domestic cup(s) None
Website Official website

The Regional Preferente de la Comunitat Valenciana is one of the lower levels of the Spanish Football League. It is held every year. It stands at the fifth level of Spanish football with teams four promotions away from the top division. Teams from this league progress into the Tercera División group 6. The participating teams are based in the Valencian Community.

The League[edit]

The league consists of four regional groups of 18 teams each. Group 1 consists of teams in the province of Castellon and the Sagunto area of Valencia province, Group 2 teams in the Northern part of the province of Valencia, Group 3 teams in the Southern part of the province of Valencia and Group 4 teams from Alicante province.

Promotion & Relegation[edit]

  • The top three teams of each group advance to the promotional playoffs. The twelve teams are paired into four playoff groups. In the first round: the four group champions teams against the four third-placed teams and the two runners-up against the other two runners-up in home and away system with the clubs scoring the most goals advancing to the second round. The six winners are drawn into three more groups with the three winners being promoted to Tercera División – Group 6. The bottom three teams (16th-18th) in each group are relegated to the Primera Regional de la Comunitat Valenciana, which consists of seven regional groups.

2012–13 teams[edit]

Group 1[edit]

Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in the Valencian Community is located in Province of Castellón
Alqueries
Alqueries
Almazora
Almazora
San Pedro
San Pedro
La Vall d'Uixó
La Vall d'Uixó
Vinaròs
Vinaròs
Benicarló
Benicarló
Sant Jordi
Sant Jordi
Nules
Nules
Benicasim
Benicasim
Altura
Altura
Onda
Onda
Castellón
Castellón
2012–13 Regional Preferente – Group 1 teams (Castellón province)
Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in the Valencian Community is located in Province of Valencia
Albuixech
Albuixech
Puçol
Puçol
Museros
Museros
Massamagrell
Massamagrell
Acero B
Acero B
2012–13 Regional Preferente – Group 1 teams (Valencia province)
# Club Founded City 2012–13 season
1 Alqueries 1969 Les Alqueries 1st
2 Almazora 1950 Almassora 2nd
3 San Pedro 1949 Grao de Castellón 3rd
4 La Vall 1991 La Vall d'Uixó 4th
5 Vall de Uxó 1975 La Vall d'Uixó 5th
6 Vinaròs 1965 Vinaròs 6th
7 Benicarló 1954 Benicarló 7th
8 Sant Jordi 1948 Sant Jordi/San Jorge 8th
9 Puçol 1951 Puçol 9th
10 Albuixech 1950 Albuixech 10th
11 Nules 1951 Nules 11th
12 Atlético Museros 1995 Museros 12th
13 Benicasim 1968 Benicàssim 13th
14 Onda 1950 Onda 14th
15 Altura 1963 Altura 15th
16 Castellón B 1958 Castellón de la Plana 16th
17 Massamagrell 1958 Masamagrell 17th
18 Acero B 1919 Puerto de Sagunto 18th

Group 2[edit]

Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in the Valencian Community is located in Province of Valencia
Paterna
Paterna
Burjassot
Burjassot
Valencia
Valencia
Quart
Quart
Requena
Requena
Cheste
Cheste
Chiva
Chiva
Alboraya
Alboraya
Aldaia
Aldaia
Crack's
Crack's
Mislata
Mislata
Moncada
Moncada
Godella
Godella
Buñol
Buñol
L'Eliana
L'Eliana
Llíria
Llíria
Torrent
Torrent
2012–13 Regional Preferente – Group 2 teams (Valencia province)
# Club Founded City 2012–13 season
1 Paterna 1939 Paterna 1st
2 Burjassot 1913 Burjassot 2nd
3 Torre Levante 1976 Valencia 3rd
4 Quart de Poblet 1970 Quart de Poblet 4th
5 Sporting Requena 1948 Requena 5th
6 Cheste 1949 Cheste 6th
7 Chiva 1923 Chiva 7th
8 Alboraya 1978 Alboraya 8th
9 Jvtud Barrio del Cristo 1994 Aldaia 9th
10 Crack's 1986 San Antonio de Benagéber 10th
11 Mislata 1945 Mislata 11th
12 Moncada 2009 Moncada 12th
13 Godella 1979 Godella 13th
14 Buñol 1921 Buñol 14th
15 San Marcelino 1958 Valencia 15th
16 L'Eliana 1970 L'Eliana 16th
17 Llíria 1966 Llíria 17th
18 Ciutat de Torrent 2012 Torrent 18th

Group 3[edit]

Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in the Valencian Community is located in Province of Valencia
Alginet
Alginet
Benigànim
Benigànim
Cullera
Cullera
Gandía
Gandía
Sueca
Sueca
Massanassa
Massanassa
Tavernes
Tavernes
Recambios
Recambios
Castellonense
Castellonense
Jávea
Jávea
Canals
Canals
Carcaixent
Carcaixent
Pego
Pego
Silla
Silla
Alberic
Alberic
Algemesí
Algemesí
Ondarense
Ondarense
2012–13 Regional Preferente – Group 3 teams (Valencia province and northern Alicante province)
# Club Founded City 2012–13 season
1 Alginet 1929 Alginet 1st
2 Benigànim 1949 Benigànim 2nd
3 Cullera 1951 Cullera 3rd
4 Ducal Gandía 2006 Gandia 4th
5 Sueca 1935 Sueca 5th
6 Massanassa 1980 Massanassa 6th
7 Tavernes 1952 Tavernes de la Valldigna 7th
8 Recambios Colón 2003 Albal 8th
9 Castellonense 1947 Castelló de la Ribera 9th
10 Jávea 1939 Xàbia 10th
11 Canalense 2010 Canals 11th
12 Canals 1944 Canals 12th
13 Carcaixent 1935 Carcaixent 13th
14 Pego 1947 Pego 14th
15 Silla 1927 Silla 15th
16 Alberic 1964 Alberic 16th
17 Racing Algemesí 1972 Algemesí 17th
18 Ondarense 1980 Ondara 18th

Group 4[edit]

Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in the Valencian Community is located in Province of Alicante
Horadada
Horadada
Almoradí
Almoradí
Pinoso
Pinoso
Contestano
Contestano
Callosa
Callosa
Benidorm
Benidorm
Santa Pola
Santa Pola
Alcoy
Alcoy
Alicante
Alicante
Thader
Thader
Aspe
Aspe
El Campello
El Campello
Villajoyosa
Villajoyosa
Albatera
Albatera
Altea
Altea
Villena
Villena
Algueña
Algueña
2012–13 Regional Preferente – Group 4 teams (Alicante province)
# Club Founded City 2012–13 season
1 Horadada 1972 Pilar de la Horadada 1st
2 Almoradí 1953 Almoradí 2nd
3 Pinoso 1950 Pinoso 3rd
4 Contestano 1919 Cocentaina 4th
5 Callosa Dptva 1954 Callosa de Segura 5th
6 Benidorm FB 2009 Benidorm 6th
7 Santa Pola 1980 Santa Pola 7th
8 Alcoyano B Alcoy 8th
9 Hércules B 1996 Alicante 9th
10 Thader 1972 Rojales 10th
11 Aspe 1993 Aspe 11th
12 El Campello 1968 El Campello 12th
13 Villajoyosa 1944 Villajoyosa/La Vila Joiosa 13th
14 Alicante 1918 Alicante 14th
15 Albatera 1978 Albatera 15th
16 Altea 1962 Altea 16th
17 Villena 2006 Villena 17th
18 Algueña 1966 Algueña 18th

Promotion playoff[edit]

Playoff to determine the three teams which will be promoted to Tercera División. Qualified teams 1st, 2nd, and 3rd of each group play the playoff.

1st round[edit]

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

Final round[edit]

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


Promoted to Tercera División
Cullera
(21 years later)
Pinoso
(11 years later)
Torre Levante
(First time ever)

Primera Regional[edit]

Primera Regional
Flag of the Valencian Community (2x3).svg
Country  Spain
Founded Unknown
Number of teams 112; 7 groups of 16
Level on pyramid 6
Promotion to Regional Preferente
Relegation to Segunda Regional
Domestic cup(s) None
Website Official website

Primera Regional de la Comunidad Valenciana is the 6th level of competition of the Spanish Football League in the Valencian Community, Spain.

The League[edit]

The Primera Regional is played with 7 regional groups of 16 teams each. At the end of the season, The champions and the three best runners-up are promoted directly. The other four runners-up enter promotion playoff where two winners are promoted. Three clubs from each group are relegated to Segunda Regional.

Some teams playing in this level[edit]

Segunda Regional[edit]

Segunda Regional
Flag of the Valencian Community (2x3).svg
Country  Spain
Founded Unknown
Number of teams 258; 18 groups
Level on pyramid 7
Promotion to Primera Regional
Domestic cup(s) None
Website Official website

Segunda Regional de la Comunidad Valenciana is the 7th level of competition of the Spanish Football League in the Valencian Community, Spain.

The League[edit]

The Segunda Regional is played with 18 groups from 14 to 16 clubs. At the end of the season, the champions and the best three runners-up are promoted.

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