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Catalan football championship

Catalan football championship
Country Spain
Founded 1901-1940

The Catalan football championship (Campionat de Catalunya) was a football competition in Catalonia and the first football league in Spain before the La Liga was established in 1929.

In December 1900, Alfons Macaya, the president of Hispania AC, offered a trophy (the Copa Macaya) to be contested by several football teams from Spain. The league was played between 1901 and 1940 and was cancelled during Francisco Franco's dictatorship during the Spanish Civil War.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Historical Classification 2
  • Champions 3
    • Copa Macaya 3.1
    • Copa Barcelona 3.2
    • Campionat de Catalunya 3.3
  • External links 4

History

In 1901, Hispania AC became the first Catalan champions after winning the inaugural Copa Macaya. The following season, 1901-1902, saw Football Associació de Catalunya and it became known as the Campionat de Catalunya. The winners also began to represent Catalonia in the Copa del Rey. By 1917 the league had turned professional and included a second division.

In 1928 three Catalan clubs: FC Barcelona, RCD Espanyol and CE Europa, became founding members of La Liga and the Campionat de Catalunya gradually began to decline in importance during the Spanish Civil War in 1940.

Historical Classification

The historical classification of Catalonia Football Championship is a classification that compiles all the matches, results, points and goals of all the teams that participated in the Championship of Catalonia football since its inception in 1900 until his disappearance in 1940. The classification includes the results of the Copa Macaya, the Barcelona Cup and the championship of the Football Association of Catalonia, also considered official. The 1902-1903 and 1912-1913 seasons were contested two championships. This classification has been done with the data collected through the archives of Los Deportes, Mundo Deportivo, La Vanguardia. Classification may contain errors due to the inaccuracy of the data published those years ..

Pos Team Seasons Points P W D L GF GA GD 1st 2nd 3rd Debut Last Appearance BR
1 FC Barcelona 39 644 402 301 42 59 1356 386 970 23 7 7 1900-1901 1939-1940 1
2 RCD Espanyol 37 513 398 231 51 117 922 520 402 9 11 9 1900-1901 1939-1940 1
3 CE Sabadell FC 24 241 272 98 45 129 442 530 -88 1 3 3 1914-1915 1939-1940 1
4 FC Espanya 18 203 190 89 25 76 323 295 28 3 4 3 1907-1908 1927-1928 1
5 CE Europa 14 195 164 81 33 50 362 260 102 1 6 1 1919-1920 1937-1938 1
6 CF Badalona 16 122 175 50 22 103 255 431 -176 0 1 2 1912-1913 (2) 1939-1940 2
7 FC Internacional 14 121 136 51 19 66 212 235 -23 0 3 3 1902-1903 (1) 1921-1922 2
8 UE Sants 9 91 110 36 19 55 182 224 -42 0 1 1 1922-1923 1932-1933 2
9 University SC 10 85 95 36 13 46 167 191 -24 0 0 3 1901-1902 1916-1917 3
10 CE Júpiter 8 85 96 38 10 48 174 219 -45 0 1 2 1929-1930 1937-1938 2
11 FC Català 14 80 119 35 10 74 179 385 -206 0 1 2 1901-1902 1914-1915 2
12 Girona FC 6 61 68 25 12 31 106 107 -1 0 1 1 1933-1934 1939-1940 2
13 Hispània AC 4 52 34 25 2 7 109 30 79 1 2 1 1900-1901 1902-1903 (2) 1
14 Terrassa FC 5 50 66 20 10 36 98 165 -67 0 0 0 1924-1925 1928-1929 4
15 FC Palafrugell 3 33 42 12 9 21 54 100 -46 0 0 1 1931-1932 1933-1934 3
16 EC Granollers 4 32 48 13 6 29 72 128 -56 0 0 0 1933-1934 1939-1940 4
17 FC X 5 31 40 15 1 24 39 65 -26 3 0 0 1903-1904 1907-1908 1
18 FC Martinenc 5 28 66 10 8 48 83 217 -134 0 0 0 1923-1924 1932-1933 6
19 FC Atlètic de Sabadell 4 27 42 12 3 27 38 93 -55 0 0 0 1915-1916 1918-1919 4
20 L'Avenç de l'Sport 6 26 50 10 6 34 60 107 -47 0 1 0 1912-1913 (2) 1922-1923 2
21 Salut SC 2 17 30 8 1 21 46 98 -52 0 0 0 1902-1903 (2) 1903-1904 5
22 Joventut FC 1 11 16 5 1 10 22 57 -35 0 0 0 1903-1904 1903-1904 6
23 Irish FC 1 10 14 4 2 8 25 24 1 0 0 0 1902-1903 (2) 1902-1903 (2) 5
24 FC Sant Gervasi 1 8 16 3 2 11 12 95 -83 0 0 0 1903-1904 1903-1904 7
25 Real Club de Polo de Barcelona 1 7 10 3 1 6 9 23 -14 0 0 0 1912-1913 (1) 1912-1913 (1) 4
26 Ibèria SC 1 7 14 3 1 10 10 25 -15 0 0 0 1902-1903 (2) 1902-1903 (2) 7
27 Club T.B.H. 1 6 8 3 0 5 12 13 -1 0 0 0 1914-1915 1914-1915 7
28 Casual SC 1 6 10 3 0 7 11 25 -14 0 0 0 1912-1913 (1) 1912-1913 (1) 5
29 FC Barcelona C 1 5 4 2 1 1 8 5 3 0 0 1 1912-1913 (2) 1912-1913 (2) 3
30 FC Numància 3 5 27 2 1 24 17 100 -83 0 0 0 1911-1912 1913-1914 5
31 FC Barcelona B 1 4 4 2 0 2 9 8 1 0 0 0 1912-1913 (2) 1912-1913 (2) 4
32 Star FC 1 4 12 2 0 10 1 30 -29 0 0 0 1909-1910 1909-1910 6
33 AUF Tarragona 1 4 8 2 0 6 0 30 -30 0 0 0 1900-1901 1900-1901 4
34 FC Central 1 2 12 1 0 11 5 40 -35 0 0 0 1909-1910 1909-1910 7
35 Club Franco-Espanyol 1 2 8 1 0 7 0 54 -54 0 0 0 1900-1901 1900-1901 5
36 Ibèric FC 1 2 16 0 2 14 4 70 -66 0 0 0 1903-1904 1903-1904 9
Active Club
Club deceased

Champions

Copa Macaya

  • Hispania AC : 1
    • 1900-1901

Copa Barcelona

Campionat de Catalunya

  • FC Barcelona: 21
    • 1904-1905, 1908-1909, 1909-1910, 1910-1911, 1912-1913, 1915-1916, 1918-1919, 1919-1920, 1920-1921, 1921-1922, 1923-1924, 1924-1925, 1925-1926, 1926-1927, 1927-1928, 1929-1930, 1930-1931, 1931-1932, 1933-1934, 1935-1936, 1937-1938

External links

  • List of Champions of Catalonia and Spain at www.rsssf.com
  • Catalan football championship Final Tables at www.rsssf.com
  • Catalan football championship statistics and squads at www.futcat.org
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