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Segunda División de Fútbol Salvadoreño
Founded
1950
Nation
 El Salvador
Promotion to
Primera División
10
Relegation to
Tercera Division
24
Relegation to
Liga Media Salvadoreña
60
Number of Teams
118
Current Champions
(Clausura 2012)
Dragon
Website
El Grafico Coverage
Current Season
2014–15 Season

The Segunda División de Fútbol Salvadoreño (Second Division) is the second level of the El Salvador League System of football. Teams have a chance to gain promotion to the Primera División de Fútbol Profesional. The champions of the Apertura and Clausura play the direct promotion playoff every year. The winner of that series ascends to the first division directly. The losing side gets another chance to get promoted by again playing a promotional playoff. This time against the second worst team of the first division. The bottom team get relegated.

History[edit]

The Salvadoran Federation of Soccer decided to improve the quality and competitiveness of Soccer. Segunda División de Fútbol Salvadoreño was created in 1950, with two groups and the winner was promoted to Primera División de Fútbol Profesional.

Category of Ascent was made of 12 teams, four teams in each zone: central, western and eastern.

The first 12 teams in Second Division were ANTEL, Atlético Marte, Marte Soyapango, Caterpillar de San Salvador, Picapiedra del Plan de la Laguna, Antiguo Cuscatlán, Dragón, Once Municipal, Molino F. C, Ahuachapán and Puertas de Santa Ana y San Rafael.

The first President of the Segunda División de Fútbol Salvadoreño was Dr Mauro Alfredo Bernal Silva.

The addition of teams worsened the level of competition remarkably having up to twelve teams per zone (36 teams altogether).

In 1986 the Legislative Assembly emitted a decree in the Reforms to the Law of Soccer and the Category of Ascent in which it stated that only 24 teams would be allowed in the Segunda División split into two groups.

Promotion and relegation[edit]

Teams promoted to Primera División de Fútbol Profesional - Apertura 2014

Teams relegated to Segunda División de Fútbol Salvadoreño - Apertura 2014

Teams relegated to Tercera División de Fútbol Profesional - Apertura 2014

Teams promoted from Tercera Division De Fútbol Profesional - Apertura 2014

Teams that failed to register for the Apertura 2014

Teams for the Clausura 2013-14 Season[edit]

The league currently consists of the following 22 teams:

Grupo Centro Occidente
Team City Home Stadium
Brasilia Suchitoto, Cuscatlán Estadio Municipal de Suchitoto
Chalatenango Chalatenango, Chalatenango Estadio José Gregorio Martínez
Sonsonate Sonsonate Anna Mercedes Campos
Marte Soyapango Soyapango, San Salvador Estadio Jorgito Melendez
Once Lobos Chalchuapa, Santa Ana Estadio Cesar Hernández
Once Municipal Ahuachapán Simeón Magaña
Atletico Comalapa Chalatenango, Chalatenango Estadio José Gregorio Martínez
El Roble Ilobasco, Cabañas Estadio Mauricio Vides
Real Destroyer La Libertad Estadio Puerto La Libertad
Vendaval Apopa, San Salvador Joaquín Gutiérrez de Apopa
Grupo Centro Oriente
Team City Home Stadium
Audaz Apastepeque Estadio La Coyotera
Aspirante Jucuapa, Usulután Estadio Municipal de Jucuapa
C.D. La Asunción Anamorós Jose Eliseo Reyes
C.D. Guadalupano San Miguel, San Miguel Estadio Ciuda Guadalupe
Liberal Quelepa, San Miguel Estadio Municipal de Quelapa
Club Social Ciclón del Golfo La Unión Marcelino Imbers
Municipal Limeño Santa Rosa de Lima, La Unión Estadio Jose Ramon Flores
Luis Angel Firpo Usulután, Usulután Estadio Sergio Torres
Platense Zacatecoluca, La Paz Estadio Antonio Toledo Valle
Topiltzín Jiquilisco Estadio Jiquilisco

President[edit]

Name
El Salvador Fredis Benitez
El Salvador Mauricio Villalta
El Salvador Haron Marcheli
El Salvador Gerardo Sosa Ramos
El Salvador Américo Pérez Posadas
El Salvador Salvador de Leon
El Salvador Vincent Vasquez
El Salvador Osvaldo Pinto

League champions [1][edit]

Season Champions Runner Up Teams promoted
2000 Apertura C.D. San Luis
2001 Clausura Isidro Metapán
2001 Apertura None
2002 Clausura Arcense
2002 Apertura None
2003 Clausura Chalatenango
2003 Apertura None
2004 Clausura Once Lobos, Once Municipal
2004 Apertura None
2005 Clausura Vista Hermosa Vista Hermosa
2005 Apertura None
2006 Clausura Independiente Nacional 1906
2006 Apertura None
2007 Clausura Nejapa FC
2007 Apertura Atlético Balboa None
2008 Clausura Juventud Independiente Atlético Balboa and
Juventud Independiente
2008 Apertura Atlético Marte None
2009 Clausura AFI Atlético Marte and
Municipal Limeño
2009 Apertura Once Municipal None
2010 Clausura UES Fuerte Aguilares UES and
Once Municipal
2010 Apertura C.D. Titán None
2011 Clausura Juventud Independiente Juventud Independiente
2011 Apertura C.D. Titán CD Marte Soyapango None
2012 Clausura Santa Tecla FC CD Brasilia Santa Tecla
2012 Apertura Ciclon de Golfo Turin FESA None
2013 Clausura C.D. Dragon Ciclon de Golfo C.D. Dragon
Apertura 2013 Pasaquina Once Lobos None
Clausura 2014 Once Lobos C.D. Brasilia Pasaquina

External links[edit]


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