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Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in Asturias

The Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in the Community of Asturias, organized by Real Federación de Fútbol del Principado de Asturias:

  • Regional Preferente de Asturias (Level 5)
  • Primera Regional de Asturias (Level 6)
  • Segunda Regional de Asturias (Level 7)

Regional Preferente de Asturias

Preferente
Country  Spain
Founded Unknown
Number of teams 20
Levels on pyramid 5
Promotion to 3ª - Group 2
Relegation to Primera Regional de Asturias
Domestic cup(s) None
Website Official website

The Regional Preferente de Asturias 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 Asturias.

The League

The league consists of 20 teams every season. At the end of the season, the three first are promoted to Tercera División - Group 2. The last three classified are relegated to Primera Regional. (Additional may occur to maintain the limit of 20 clubs in both Tercera División and Regional Preferente.)

Current clubs 2013–14

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Navarro
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Llanes
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Navia
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Muros
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Oviedo
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Valdesoto
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Roces
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Llano
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Tineo
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Mosconia
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Siero
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U. Comercial
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Campomanes
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Nalón
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Colunga
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Turón
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Llanera
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Boal
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Rayo Carbayín
2013–14 Regional Preferente de Asturias teams
# Club Founded City 2012–13 season
1 Llanes 1949 Llanes 18th
2 Navia 1960 Navia 19th
3 Navarro 1980 Valliniello, Avilés 20th
4 Muros Balompié 2004 Muros de Nalón 4th
5 Astur 1949 Oviedo 5th
6 Pumarín 1981 Oviedo 6th
7 Valdesoto 1961 Valdesoto, Siero 7th
8 TSK Roces 1983 Roces, Gijón 8th
9 Llano 2000 1982 Gijón 9th
10 Tineo 1965 Tineo 10th
11 Mosconia 1961 Grado 11th
12 Siero 1916 Pola de Siero 12th
13 Unión Comercial 1974 Tudela Veguín, Oviedo 13th
14 Campomanes Campomanes, Lena 14th
15 Nalón 1958 Olloniego, Oviedo 15th
16 Colunga 1934 Colunga 16th
17 Turón 1925 Turón 17th
18 Rayo Carbayín Carabyín Alto, Siero 1st
19 Boal Boal 1st
20 Llanera Llanera 3rd
Promoted to Tercera División
Real Avilés B
(First time ever)
Lenense
(9 years later)
Andés
(2 years later)

Primera Regional de Asturias

Primera Regional
Country  Spain
Founded Unknown
Number of teams 36; two groups of 18
Levels on pyramid 6
Promotion to Regional Preferente de Asturias
Relegation to Segunda Regional de Asturias
Domestic cup(s) None
Website Official website

Primera Regional de Asturias is the sixth level of the Spanish football league system. It is administered by the Football Federation of Asturias.

League format

The league is played in two groups of 18 teams each. At the end of the season, the champions are promoted with the winner of promotion playoff of runners-up and 3rd placed finishers. Three clubs in each group are relegated to Segunda Regional. (Further relegations may be needed to maintain 18 clubs in each group.)

Some teams playing in this level

Segunda Regional de Asturias

Segunda Regional
Country  Spain
Founded Unknown
Number of teams 52; 3 groups
Levels on pyramid 7
Promotion to Primera Regional de Asturias
Domestic cup(s) None
Website Official website

Segunda Regional de Asturias is the 7th level of the Spanish football league system. It is administered by the Football Federation of Asturias.

League format

The league is played in three groups. At the end of each season, the champions and runner-ups are promoted. (Further promotions may be needed to maintain 18 clubs in each group of Primera Regional.)

External links

  • Real Federación de Fútbol del Principado de Asturias
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