Segunda División de México

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Segunda División de México
Country Mexico
Confederation CONCACAF
Founded 1950
Divisions 2
Number of teams 5 groups (3 in LP and 2 in LNT)
Total of 69 Teams Overall
Level on pyramid 3
Promotion to Ascenso MX
Relegation to Tercera División
Current champions Tampico Madero
Real Zamora
(Clausura 2016)
TV partners beIN Sports
TVC Deportes
AYM Sports
HMX Deportes
Website segundadivisionfmf.org.mx
2016-17 season

The Segunda División de México is the third level of the Mexican football league system. Until the 1993-1994 season, the champion of the Segunda División had been promoted to the Primera División, but with the creation of the Primera 'A', now called Ascenso MX, the Segunda División became the third category in Mexico .

For the Apertura 2008 tournament, the Mexican Football Federation, with the approval of the chairmen of the clubs in the Second and Third Divisions, decided to change the format of the league dividing the number of teams into two divisions, the Liga Premier de Ascenso and the Liga de Nuevos Talentos .

The Liga Premier de Ascenso is the third category in the Mexican Football League and has 47 teams (18 Liga MX Reserve Teams and 29 Liga Premier Teams) divided into three groups. The Champion of Torneo Apertura played every year against the champion of the Torneo Clausura, in order to determine who will be promoted to the Ascenso MX. The case may arises where a team can win both tournaments in a season (Apertura and Clausura) and gain automatic promotion without having to play a promotion play-off game.

Meanwhile, the Liga de Nuevos Talentos , along with the Liga Premier de Ascenso , is the third category in the Mexican League Football. The resulting champion earns promotion to the Liga Premier de Ascenso. The case may arise where a team can win both tournaments in a season (Apertura and Clausura) and gain automatic promotion without having to play a promotion play-off game. It has 21 teams divided into 3 zones, of which the top teams qualify from each zone and the three best third table ratios of 3 zones .

Liga Premier de Ascenso Clubs[edit]

Below are listed the member clubs of the Liga Premier de Ascenso for the 2016–17 season.

Group I Group II Group III

Liga de Nuevos Talentos Clubs[edit]

Below are listed the member clubs of the Liga de Nuevos Talentos for the 2016–17 season.

Group I Group II Grupo III

Champions[edit]

Segunda División – league system (1950–1994)[edit]

These teams were promoted to Primera Division until 1994 when the league created Primera Division A, automatically making Segunda Division the 3rd tier in Mexican football.

Season Champion Runner-up Promoted
1950-1951 Zacatepec Zacatepec
1951-1952 La Piedad La Piedad
1952-1953 Toluca Toluca
1953-1954 Irapuato Irapuato
1954-1955 Atlas Atlas
C.D. Cuautla (playoff)
1955-1956 Monterrey Monterrey
1956-1957 Real Zamora Real Zamora
Monarcas Morelia (playoff)
1957-1958 Celaya Celaya
1958-1959 Tampico Tampico
1959-1960 Monterrey Monterrey
1960-1961 Club Nacional Club Nacional
1961-1962 UNAM UNAM
1962-1963 Zacatepec Zacatepec
1963-1964 Cruz Azul Cruz Azul
Veracruz (playoff)
1964-1965 Petroleros de Ciudad Madero Petroleros de Ciudad Madero
1965-1966 Jabatos de Nuevo León Jabatos de Nuevo León
1966-1967 Pachuca Pachuca
1967-1968 Club de Fútbol Laguna Club de Fútbol Laguna
1968-1969 Club de Fútbol Torreón Club de Fútbol Torreón
1969-1970 Zacatepec Puebla Zacatepec
Puebla
1970-1971 San Luis San Luis
1971-1972 Atlas Atlas
1972-1973 Petroleros de Ciudad Madero Petroleros de Ciudad Madero
1973-1974 UANL UANL
Unión de Curtidores (expansion)
Atlético Potosino (expansion)
1974-1975 Tecos Tecos
1975-1976 San Luis San Luis
1976-1977 Atlante Atlante
1977-1978 Zacatepec Zacatepec
1978-1979 Atlas Atlas
1979-1980 Campesinos Querretaro Campesinos Querretaro
1980-1981 Monarcas Morelia Monarcas Morelia
1981-1982 Club de Fútbol Oaxtepec Club de Fútbol Oaxtepec
1982-1983 Unión de Curtidores Unión de Curtidores
1983-1984 Zacatepec Zacatepec
1984-1985 Irapuato Irapuato
1985-1986 Club de Fútbol Cobras Club de Fútbol Cobras
1986-1987 Correcaminos Correcaminos
1987-1988 Club de Fútbol Cobras Club de Fútbol Cobras
1988-1989 Potros Neza Potros Neza
1989-1990 Leon Leon
1990-1991 Atlante Atlante
1991-1992 Pachuca Pachuca
1992-1993 Toros Neza Toros Neza
1993-1994 Tampico Madero F.C. Tampico Madero F.C.

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Segunda Division - short tournament (1996-2008)[edit]

Season Champion Filial Champion
Invierno 1997 Zitácuaro
Verano 1998 Gallos de Aguascalientes
Invierno 1998 Alacranes de Durango
Verano 1999 Alacranes de Durango
Invierno 1999 Real Cuautitlán
Verano 2000 Marte
Invierno 2000 Águilas de Tamaulipas
Verano 2001 Zitácuaro
Invierno 2001 Atlético Cihuatlán
Verano 2002 Astros de Ciudad Juárez
Apertura 2002 Coras
Clausura 2003 Delfines de Coatzacoalcos
Apertura 2003 BUAP
Clausura 2004 Académicos Atlas "B"
Apertura 2004 Pachuca Juniors Guadalajara "B"
Clausura 2005 Académicos Guadalajara "B"
Apertura 2005 Delfines de Coatzacoalcos Atlas "B"
Clausura 2006 Pegaso Anahúac Santos Laguna B
Apertura 2006 Pachuca Juniors Chivas San Rafael
Clausura 2007 Cruz Azul Jasso América Coapa
Apertura 2007 Pachuca Juniors Monarcas Morelia "C"
Clausura 2008 Universidad del Fútbol Guadalajara "B"

League Format - short tournament (2008-2012)[edit]

Torneo Liga Premier Liga Nuevo Talentos Filial Promoted to Liga de Ascenso Promoted to LP
Apertura 2008 Venados Universidad del Fútbol Atlas Chapalita
Clausura 2009 Universidad del Fútbol América Coapa C.D. Guadalajara "B" Venados N/A
Apertura 2009 Universidad del Fútbol UAT B
Bicentenario 2010 Universidad del Fútbol [A] UAEH Altamira[B] UAT B
Independencia 2010 Celaya Cachorros UANL
Revolución 2011 Chivas Rayadas Cachorros León Celaya Cachorros UANL
Apertura 2011 Titanes de Tulancingo Estudiantes Tecos B
Clausura 2012 Titanes de Tulancingo Académicos N/A[C] Estudiantes Tecos B

League Format - short tournament (2012-Present)[edit]

Torneo Liga Premier Liga Nuevo Talentos Promoted to Ascenso MX Promoted to LP
Apertura 2012 Murciélagos Académicos de Atlas
Clausura 2013 Ballenas Galeana Alacranes de Durango Ballenas Galeana Alacranes de Durango
Apertura 2013 (Liga) Linces de Tlaxcala Pioneros de Cancún
Apertura 2013 (Copa) Cruz Azul Jasso Chivas Rayadas
Clausura 2014 (Liga) Atlético Coatzacoalcos Selva Cañera Coras[D] Pioneros de Cancún
Clausura 2014 (Copa) UACJ Chivas Rayadas
Apertura 2014 (Liga) UAEM Mineros de Fresnillo
Apertura 2014 (Copa) Murciélagos América Coapa
Clausura 2015 (Liga) U. de C. Sahuayo Cimarrones de Sonora[E] N/A
Clausura 2015 (Copa) Tecos América Coapa
Apertura 2015 (Liga) UAEM UAT B
Apertura 2015 (Filial) UANL Premier
Clausura 2016 (Liga) Tampico Madero Real Zamora U. de C.
Tampico Madero
UAEM
Real Zamora
Mineros de Fresnillo
Clausura 2016 (Filial) UNAM Premier
Notes
  1. ^ Universidad del Fútbol cannot be promoted to the Liga de Ascenso due to being the affiliate club to Pachuca.
  2. ^ Altamira is the club with the most points in the general table for the 2009-10 season.
  3. ^ Titanes de Tulancingo can't promote to Ascenso MX, no license and reduce to 15 teams.
  4. ^ Atlético Coatzacoalcos can't promote to Ascenso MX, due to stadium requirements was not clear.
  5. ^ U. de C. was not clear due to stadium requirements and but eligible to play in the Ascenso MX, the next season

References[edit]

Last updated on September 20, 2011.
Source: Sitio Oficial de la Segunda División Federación Mexicana de Futbol - Liga Premier de Ascenso
Last updated on September 20, 2011.
Source: Sitio Oficial de la Segunda División Federación Mexicana de Futbol - Liga de Nuevos Talentos

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