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Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in Balearic Islands

The Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in the Balearic Islands, are organized by Balearic Football Federation :

  • Primera Regional Preferente de Mallorca (Level 5)
  • Regional Preferente de Menorca (Level 5)
  • Regional de Ibiza y Formentera (Level 5)
  • Primera Regional de las Islas Baleares (Level 6)
  • Segunda Regional de las Islas Baleares (Level 7)
  • Tercera Regional de las Islas Baleares (Level 8)

Primera Regional Preferente de Mallorca

Primera Regional Preferente
Country  Spain
Founded Unknown
Number of teams 20
Levels on pyramid 5
Promotion to 3ª – Group 11
Relegation to Primera Regional
Website http://www.ffib.es/

The Primera Regional Preferente de Mallorca is one of the lower levels of the Spanish Football League. It is held every year. It stands at the fifth level of Spanish football. All of the clubs are based in the autonomous community of Balearic Islands.

The League

The league consists of 20 teams. At the end of the season, the champion is promoted to Tercera División - Group 11 while the next six clubs (runner-up thru 7th) advance to promotion playoff. Bottom three teams are relegated to Primera Regional de las Islas Baleares.

2013–14 season teams

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Palma de Mallorca
Platges de Calvià
Serverense
S'Horta
Alaró
Cardassar
Murense
Campanet
Escolar
Arenal
Esporles
Pla de Na Tesa
Xilvar
Sant Marçal
Pollença
2012–13 Primera Regional Preferente de Mallorca teams
Team Founded in Based in 2012–13 season
1 Andratx 1956 Andratx 17th
2 Espanya 1939 Llucmajor 18th
3 Sóller 1954 Sóller 19th
4 Son Ferrer Son Ferrer 20th
5 Santa Catalina Atl. 1986 Palma de Mallorca 4th
6 Independiente 1965 Palma de Mallorca 5th
7 Gènova 1989 Palma de Mallorca 6th
8 Serverense 1945 Son Servera 7th
9 S'Horta S'Horta 8th
10 Alaró 1963 Alaró 9th
11 Cardassar 1969 Sant Llorenç des Cardassar 10th
12 La Unión 1985 Palma de Mallorca 11th
13 Murense 1941 Muro 12th
14 Campanet Campanet 13th
15 Escolar 1945 Cala Rajada 14th
16 Arenal 1970 L'Arenal 15th
17 Esporles 1974 Esporles 16th
18 Son Cladera Palma de Mallorca 1st
19 Port de Sóller 2006 Sóller 2nd
20 Binissalem B 1914 Binissalem 3rd


Regional Preferente de Menorca

Regional Preferente
Country  Spain
Number of teams 10
Levels on pyramid 5
Promotion to 3ª – Group 11
Relegation to None
Website http://www.ffib.es/

The Regional Preferente de Menorca is one of the lower levels of the Spanish Football League. It stands at the fifth level of Spanish football with teams four promotions away from the top division. Teams from this league progress into the Tercera División group 11 via Play Offs against teams from Evissa and Mallorca. The participating teams are based on the island of Menorca.

The League

The Regional Preferente is played with 10 clubs. At the end of the season, the champion advances to the promotion playoff.

2012–13 season teams

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Migjorn
Ferreries
Alaior
Norteño
Atl. Villacarlos
Mahón
Sant Lluís
Ciutadella
2012–13 Regional Preferente de Menorca teams
Club City Founded 2012–13 season
Migjorn Es Migjorn Gran 1972 1st
Ferreries Ferreries 1923 2nd
Menorca Mahón 1918 3rd
Alaior Alaior 1934 4th
Atl. Ciutadella Ciutadella de Menorca 1966 5th
Sami Ciutadella de Menorca 1956 6th
Mahón Mahón 1922 7th
Atl. Villacarlos Es Castell 1965 8th
Sant Lluís Sant Lluís 1971 9th
Norteño Fornells, Es Mercadal 1977 10th

Regional Preferente Ibiza/Formentera

Regional Preferente Ibiza/Formentera
Country  Spain
Founded Unknown
Number of teams 11
Levels on pyramid 5
Promotion to 3ª – Group 11
Relegation to None
Website http://www.ffib.es/

The Regional Preferente de Ibiza y Formentera is the fifth level of association football in Ibiza & Formentera (Balearic Islands).

The League

Group winner advance to a promotion playoff against the minorcan champion.

2012–13 season teams

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Portmany
Puig d'en Valls
Ibiza Town
Sant Josep
2012–13 Regional Preferente Ibiza/Formentera teams

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Formentera B
2012–13 Regional Preferente Ibiza/Formentera teams
Club City Founded 2012–13 season
Portmany Sant Antoni de Portmany 1923 1st
Puig d'en Valls Puig d'en Valls 1985 2nd
Rapid Ibiza Town 1935 3rd
Sant Josep Sant Josep de sa Talaia 1978 4th
Atlético Isleño B Ibiza Town 1977 5th
Formentera B Sant Francesc Xavier 1969 6th

Promotion playoffs to Tercera División

Playoff to determine the two teams which will be promoted to Tercera División. Qualified teams 2nd–7th from Mallorca group and top teams from Menorca group and Ibiza/Formentera group play the playoff.

Group 1

Semifinal

1st leg

2nd leg

Final

1st leg

2nd leg


Promoted to Tercera División
Platges de Calvià
(1 year later)

Group 2

Semifinal

1st leg

2nd leg

Final

1st leg

2nd leg


Promoted to Tercera División
Atlético Rafal
(First time ever)

Primera Regional de las Islas Baleares

Primera Regional
Country  Spain
Founded Unknown
Number of teams 20
Levels on pyramid 6
Promotion to Preferente
Relegation to Segunda Regional
Website http://www.ffib.es/

Primera Regional de las Islas Baleares is the 6th level of competition of the Spanish Football League in Balearic Islands.

The League

The Primera Regional is played with 20 teams. At the end of the season, the first three are promoted. Three clubs are relegated to Segunda Regional.

Segunda Regional de las Islas Baleares

Segunda Regional
Country  Spain
Founded Unknown
Number of teams 20
Levels on pyramid 7
Promotion to Primera Regional
Relegation to Tercera Regional
Website http://www.ffib.es/

Segunda Regional de las Islas Baleares is the 7th level of competition of the Spanish Football League in Balearic Islands.

The League

The Segunda Regional is played with 20 teams. At the end of the season, the top three clubs are promoted. Three clubs are relegated to Tercera Regional.

Tercera Regional de las Islas Baleares

Tercera Regional
Country  Spain
Founded Unknown
Number of teams 31; 2 groups
Levels on pyramid 8
Promotion to Segunda Regional
Website http://www.ffib.es/

Tercera Regional de las Islas Baleares is the 8th level of competition of the Spanish Football League in Balearic Islands.

The League

The Tercera Regional is played with 31 teams in two groups of 15 and 16. At the end of the season, the champions and the best runner-up are promoted.

External links

  • Federació de Futbol de les Illes Balears
  • Futbolme.com
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