Serie A de México
|Number of teams||2 groups of 18 teams (36)|
|Level on pyramid||3|
|Promotion to||Ascenso MX|
|Relegation to||Serie B|
|Current champions||Tlaxcala F.C.
|TV partners||TVC Deportes
As of 2015–16 Season, All 18 Teams fromThe Serie A has 36 teams (18 Liga MX Reserve Teams and 18 Serie A Teams) divided into two groups. The Apertura champion each year will play the champion of the respective Clausura tournament, in order to determine who will be promoted to the Ascenso MX, or if occasion arises, the team manages to win two tournaments in a year, amount direct without having to play a promotion final and the stadium must met the requirements to promote as well. It was created in the second half of 2008, with the participation and approval of the owners of the teams of Second and Third Division, being next to Serie B part of the Liga Premier. Liga MX (no promotion) will be played to Liga Premier to make youth players to play in the professional league. Also, beginning of 2017–18 the word 'premier' for all 18 Liga MX teams will not exist, it will replace as the way the teams names the way it is.
Teams for 2017–18 season
Stadium and locations
Stadium and locations
Last updated on June 16, 2017.
Source: Sitio Oficial de la Segunda División Federación Mexicana de Futbol - Liga Premier de Ascenso
|Torneo||Champions||Promoted to Ascenso MX||Promoted from Serie B|
|Apertura 2008||Guerreros de Hermosillo|
|Clausura 2009||Universidad del Fútbol||Guerreros de Hermosillo||N/A|
|Apertura 2009||Universidad del Fútbol|
|Bicentenario 2010||Universidad del Fútbol[A]||Atlamira[B]||UAT B|
|Revolución 2011||Chivas Rayadas||Celaya||Cachorros UANL|
|Apertura 2011||Titanes de Tulancingo|
|Clausura 2012||Titanes de Tulancingo||N/A[C]||Estudiantes Tecos B|
|Clausura 2013||Ballenas Galeana||Ballenas Galeana||Alacranes de Durango|
|Apertura 2013 (Liga)||Linces de Tlaxcala|
|Apertura 2013 (Copa)||Cruz Azul Jasso|
|Clausura 2014 (Liga)||Atlético Coatzacoalcos||Coras[D]||Pioneros de Cancún|
|Clausura 2014 (Copa)||UACJ|
|Apertura 2014 (Liga)||UAEM|
|Apertura 2014 (Copa)||Murciélagos|
|Clausura 2015 (Liga)||U.de C.||Cimarrones de Sonora[E]||Mineros Fresnillo[F]|
|Clausura 2015 (Copa)||Tecos|
|Apertura 2015 (Liga)||UAEM|
|Apertura 2015 (Filial)||UANL Premier|
|Clausura 2016 (Liga)||Tampico Madero||U.A. Estado de Mexico||Real Zamora|
|Clausura 2016 (Filial)||UNAM Premier|
|Apertura 2016 (Liga)||Tlaxcala|
|Apertura 2016 (Filial)||Querétaro Premier|
|Clausura 2017 (Liga)||Tlaxcala||Tlaxcala[G]||NO promotion[H]|
|Clausura 2017 (Filial)||América Premier|
- ^ Universidad del Fútbol cannot be promoted to the Liga de Ascenso due to being the affiliate club to Pachuca.
- ^ Altamira is the club with the most points in the general table for the 2009-10 season.
- ^ Titanes de Tulancingo can't promote to Ascenso MX, no license and reduce to 15 teams.
- ^ Atlético Coatzacoalcos can't promote to Ascenso MX, due to stadium requirements was not clear.
- ^ U. de C. was not clear due to stadium requirements but they played in Ascenso MX one season later
- ^ team did not promoted, due to stadium requirements were not clear but they played in the Liga Premier one season later
- ^ Tlaxcala was not clear due to stadium requirements but they are elegible to play in Ascenso MX, the next season
- ^ Yalmakán were promoted to Serie A, but with changes in league the team stays in Serie B