Segunda División (women)
|Number of teams||7 groups of 14 teams|
|Level on pyramid||2|
|Promotion to||Primera División|
|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.
This table shows teams promoted by winning the playoffs.
|2002–03||Lagunak and Rayo Vallecano|
|2004–05||Gijón and Transportes Alcaine|
|2005–06||Atlético Madrid and Sporting Huelva[N 1]|
|2006–07||Colegio Alemán and L'Estartit|
|2007–08||Atlético Málaga, Barcelona, Lagunak and Pozuelo de Alarcón|
|2008–09||Collerense and Oviedo Moderno[N 2]|
|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 3]|
|2013–14||Fundación Albacete and Santa Teresa|
|2014–15||Granadilla and Oiartzun|
|2015–16||Real Betis and Tacuense|
|2016–17||Madrid CFF and Sevilla|
group 6.1 (Las Palmas)
group 6.2 de (Santa Cruz de Tenerife)
- As Estudiantes de Huelva was dissolved after the 2005–06 season, Real Sociedad took its place.
- 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.
- As Torrejón temporarily ceased in activity days after its promotion, Oviedo Moderno took its place.