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Liga Nacional Juvenil de Fútbol

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Liga Nacional Juvenil de Fútbol

The Liga Nacional Juvenil is the second level of the Spanish football league system for youth players 18 years old and under. It is administered by the RFEF and regional football federations. Currently the Liga Nacional has seventeen regional groups plus four groups from the autonomous region of the Canarias. Each Liga Nacional group has 16 to 18 teams with the winner (except for the 2nd or B teams) of each group promoted to the División de Honor and the last three placed teams are relegated to their respective regional group. The runners-up of the stronger groups are also promoted.

2013-14 Groups

Grupo Region Teams Promoted Relegated
I Galicia 18 2 4
II Asturias 18 1 3
III Castilla y León 15 1 2
IV País Vasco 16 2 3
V La Rioja 16 1 2
VI Aragón 16 1 3
VII Cataluña 18 2 4
VIII Comunidad Valenciana 18 2 4
IX Baleares 18 1 4
X Región de Murcia 18 1 4
XI Extremadura 16 1 4
XII Madrid 16 2 4
XIII Andalucía Oriental y Melilla 14+2 2 4
XIV Andalucía Occidental y Ceuta 15+2 2 4
XV Castilla-La Mancha 18 1 4
XVI Navarra 16 1 2
XVII Cantabria 18 1 3

n.b.: There is maximum of two teams each from Ceuta and Melilla in their respective Liga Nacional group. If both or either group has reached the maximum, the Ceuta and/or Melilla winner must playoff against the Andalucía runner(s)-up for promotion.

Canarias Preferente

Region Teams Promoted Play-Off Relegated
Tenerife 18 1 2 3
La Palma 8 0 1 none
Gran Canaria 18 1 2 4
Lanzarote and Fuerteventura 13 0 1 2

Play-offs: Tenerife vs La Palma & Gran Canarias vs Lanzarote y Fuerteventura; the two play-off winners promoted to División de Honor

External links

  • Preferente La Palma
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