Gibraltar Second Division

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Gibraltar Second Division
Founded1909
Country Gibraltar
ConfederationUEFA
Number of teams7
Level on pyramid2
Promotion toGibraltar Premier Division
Domestic cup(s)Rock Cup
League cup(s)Gibraltar Division 2 Cup
Current championsBoca Gibraltar (1st title)
(2017–18)
WebsiteGibraltar FA
2018–19 Gibraltar Second Division

The Gibraltar Second Division is the second tier of football in the British Overseas Territory of Gibraltar, run by the Gibraltar Football Association (GFA). The league was founded in 1909 after the expansion of the Gibraltar Premier Division and as of the 2016-17 season contains 10 clubs. All of the sides competing are amateur. Teams in this division, along with the Gibraltar U-15 national team, enter the Rock Cup in the first round except for 3 clubs who receive byes to the second round.

Promotion was not regular until 2007-08 due to the prevalence of reserve teams in the division. As of the 2016-17 season, league champions are automatically promoted, and the runners up enter a play-off with the second-from-bottom team in the Gibraltar Premier Division. However, in the 2014-15 season, the top two teams were automatically promoted with no relegation, due to the Premier Division expanding to 10 teams for the 2015-16 season onward. Until 2008, a Third Division also operated in which teams were regularly promoted and relegated between the two divisions.

Second Division 2018-19[edit]

Club Last season
Bruno's Magpies 3rd
College 1975 7th
Europa Point 4th
FC Hound Dogs 8th
Manchester 62 10th, Gibraltar Premier Division (relegated)
Olympique 13 2nd
Leo FC 5th

List of champions[edit]

All results from RSSSF archives.[1] Bold indicates the team was promoted. Records before 1998 are unknown.

Season Champions Runners Up
1998–99 Gibraltar United St Joseph's Reserves
1999–2000 Glacis United Reserves Pegasus
2000–01 Rock Wolves Glacis United Reserves
2001–02 St Joseph's Reserves Manchester United Reserves
2002–03 Manchester United Reserves Newcastle Reserves
2003–04 Newcastle Reserves St Theresa's
2004–05 Manchester United Reserves Gibraltar United Reserves
2005–06 Manchester United Reserves Newcastle Reserves
2006–07 Shamrock 101 Pegasus
2007–08 Glacis United Reserves Shamrock 101
2008–09 College Cosmos Chelsea
2009–10 Lynx FC Britannia XI
2010–11 Gib Pilots SJ Athletic
2011–12 Lynx College Europa
2012–13 College Cosmos Gibraltar Phoenix
2013–14 FC Britannia XI Mons Calpe
2014–15 Gibraltar United Angels
2015–16 Europa Point Mons Calpe
2016–17 Gibraltar Phoenix Bruno's Magpies
2017–18 Boca Gibraltar FC Olympique 13

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