Segunda División (women)

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Segunda División
Country Spain
Confederation UEFA
Number of teams 7 groups of 14 teams
Level on pyramid 2
Promotion to Primera División
Relegation to Regional
2016–17 Segunda División

The Segunda División, formerly Primera Nacional Femenina de Fútbol, is the second level of league competition for Spanish women's football. It is the female equivalent of the men's Liga Adelante (Segunda División) and is run by the Real Federación Española de Fútbol.

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This table shows teams promoted by winning the playoffs.

Season Teams
2002–03 Lagunak and Rayo Vallecano
2003–04 Barcelona
2004–05 Gijón and Transportes Alcaine
2005–06 Atlético Madrid and Sporting Huelva
2006–07 Colegio Alemán and L'Estartit
2007–08 Atlético Málaga, Barcelona, Lagunak and Pozuelo de Alarcón
2008–09 Collerense and Oviedo Moderno[N 1]
2009–10 Reocín and Sant Gabriel
2010–11 El Olivo and Los Llanos de Olivenza
2011–12 Levante Las Planas and Sevilla
2012–13 Granada and Torrejón[N 2]
2013–14 Fundación Albacete and Santa Teresa
2014–15 Granadilla and Oiartzun
2015–16 Betis and Tacuense

2015–16 season[edit]

Group 1[edit]

Club Location
CD Amigos del Duero Castile and León Zamora
Atlético Arousana Galicia (Spain) Vilagarcía de Arousa
Ave Fénix Racing Cantabria Torrelavega
FVPR El Olivo Galicia (Spain) Vigo
Erizana CF Galicia (Spain) Baiona
CD Femiastur Asturias Avilés
PM Friol Galicia (Spain) Friol
EF Mareo Asturias Gijón
SCD Milagrosa Galicia (Spain) Lugo
Orzán SD Galicia (Spain) A Coruña
Sárdoma CF Galicia (Spain) Vigo
SD Tordoia Galicia (Spain) Tordoia
Victoria CF Galicia (Spain) A Coruña

Group 2[edit]

Club Location
Añorga KKE Basque Country (autonomous community) San Sebastián
CF Ardoi FE Navarre Zizur Mayor/Zizur Nagusia
Athletic Club "B" Basque Country (autonomous community) Bilbao
Capiscol CF Castile and León Burgos
Aurrerá de Vitoria Basque Country (autonomous community) Vitoria
SD Eibar Basque Country (autonomous community) Eibar
Leioa ESFKE Basque Country (autonomous community) Leioa
EDF Logroño Flag of La Rioja (with coat of arms).svg Logroño
CD Mariño Basque Country (autonomous community) Irun
Mulier FC Navarre Ansoáin
CD Nuestra Señora de Belén Castile and León Burgos
Pauldarrak EFKT Basque Country (autonomous community) Barakaldo
CD Peñas Oscenses Aragon Huesca
SD San Ignacio Basque Country (autonomous community) Bilbao

Group 3[edit]

Club Location
SE AEM Catalonia Lleida
FC Barcelona "B" Catalonia Barcelona
UD Collerense Balearic Islands Palma de Mallorca
RCD Espanyol "B" Catalonia Cornellà de Llobregat
CE Europa Catalonia Barcelona
CF Igualada Catalonia Igualada
UE L'Estartit Catalonia Torroella de Montgrí
FC Levante Las Planas Catalonia Sant Joan Despí
CD Pallejà Catalonia Pallejà
CF La Roca Penya Blanc Blava Catalonia La Roca del Vallès
CE Sant Gabriel Catalonia Sant Adrià del Besòs
CE Seagull Catalonia Badalona
AD Son Sardina Balearic Islands Mallorca
CUE Vic Catalonia Vic

Group 4[edit]

Club Location
Algaidas CD Andalusia Villanueva de Algaidas
CFF Badajoz & Olivenza Extremadura Badajoz
Real Betis Andalusia Sevilla
CFF Cáceres Extremadura Cáceres
UD Carmelitas Ceuta Ceuta
CD Ciconía Negra Extremadura Plasencia
AD El Naranjo Andalusia Córdoba
Extremadura FCF Extremadura Almendralejo
Granada CF Andalusia Granada
CD Híspalis Andalusia Sevilla
UD La Cruz Villanovense Extremadura Villanueva de la Serena
ADFB La Rambla Andalusia La Rambla
Atlético Málaga Andalusia Málaga
Sevilla FC Andalusia Sevilla

Group 5[edit]

Club Location
AD Alhóndiga Community of Madrid Getafe
Atlético de Madrid "B" Community of Madrid Madrid
CD Canillas Community of Madrid Madrid
Casa Social Católica Castile and León Ávila
Dinamo Guadalajara Castilla-La Mancha Guadalajara
FF La Solana Castilla-La Mancha La Solana
Madrid CFF Community of Madrid Madrid
Olímpico de Moratalaz Community of Madrid Madrid
CD Parquesol Castile and León Valladolid
CF Pozuelo de Alarcón Community of Madrid Pozuelo de Alarcón
Rayo Vallecano "B" Community of Madrid Madrid
CD Salamanca FF Castile and León Salamanca
CFF Sur-Getafe Community of Madrid Parla
Torrelodones CF Community of Madrid Torrelodones

Group 6[edit]

group 6.1 (Las Palmas)[edit]

Club Location
CF 5 Continentes - La Paterna Canary Islands Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
CD Achamán Santa Lucía Canary Islands Arguineguín
CD Águilas Canary Islands Arguineguín
CD Colegio Norte Viera Canary Islands Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
UJ Costa Ayala Canary Islands Costa Ayala
CD Femarguín Canary Islands Arguineguín
CD Firgas Canary Islands Firgas
CD Las Majoreras Canary Islands Las Majoreras
CF UD Las Torres Canary Islands Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
UD Montaña Alta Canary Islands Montaña Alta
Tagodor CD Canary Islands Los Realejos
CF Unión Viera Canary Islands Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
CF Vegueta Árbol Bonito Canary Islands La Vega de San José

group 6.2 de (Santa Cruz de Tenerife)[edit]

Club Location
CD Candela Canary Islands Candelaria
CD Echedey Canary Islands Arico
UD Granadilla Tenerife Sur "B" Canary Islands Granadilla de Abona
Atletico Union Güímar Canary Islands Güímar
UD Hidalgo Canary Islands Punta del Hidalgo
CD Laguna Canary Islands San Cristóbal de La Laguna
CD Llamoro Canary Islands Llano del Moro
CD Ofra Canary Islands Ofra-Costa Sur
CD Once Piratas Canary Islands Puerto de la Cruz
UD San Antonio Pilar Canary Islands San Cristóbal de La Laguna
Atlético Tacoroente Canary Islands Tacoronte
UD Tacuense Canary Islands San Cristóbal de La Laguna
CD Tarsa Canary Islands Breña Alta

Group 7[edit]

Club Location
CDE Al-Basit Castilla-La Mancha Albacete
CFF Albacete Castilla-La Mancha Albacete
UD Aldaia Valencian Community Aldaia
Alhama CF Region of Murcia Alhama de Murcia
CF Ciudad de Benidorm Valencian Community Benidorm
Elche CF Valencian Community Elx
Levante UD "B" Valencian Community València
Lorca AD Féminas Region of Murcia Lorca
CFF Marítim Valencian Community València
Mislata CF Valencian Community Mislata
Sporting Plaza de Argel Valencian Community Alicante
Valencia CF "B" Valencian Community València
Villarreal CF Valencian Community Vila-real
Atlético Zeneta Region of Murcia Zeneta (Murcia)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ As the Superliga was expanded to 22 teams, several professional men's football clubs were invited to the league by promoting or directly creating women's football teams. These teams were Eibar, Gimnàstic, Jaén, Las Palmas, Sevilla and Valladolid.
  2. ^ As Torrejón temporarily ceased in activity days after its promotion, Oviedo Moderno took its place.

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