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Venezuelan football league system

The Venezuelan football league system is a series of interconnected football leagues for clubs in Venezuela, and is organized by the Venezuelan Football Federation at the national level. The system counts with promotions and relations between the different leagues in all different levels which means that even the smallest club can reach to the top level, the Primera División.

Level Divisions
1st Primera División
18 clubs
2nd Segunda División
16 clubs + 4 Reserve teams divided in 2 series of 10
3rd Tercera División
40 clubs divided in 5 series of 8

Besides the current professional football league system the FVF also organize formation tournaments in which participates younger squads of professional clubs, amateur clubs and regional football associations. These tournaments are:

- Serie Nacional de Clubes Sub 20

- Serie Nacional de Clubes Sub 17

- Interregional Serie "A" Sub 20

- Interregional Serie "A" Sub 17

- Interregional Serie "B" Sub 20

- Interregional Serie "B" Sub 17

- Interregional de Clubes Sub 15

- Liga Nacional Femenina

- Nacional Femenino Sub 17

- Nacional Masculino Sub 16

- Nacional Masculino Sub 18

Copa Venezuela

The Venezuelan Football Federation, is it disputed in the first half of the season by the teams in the Primera División, Segunda División and Segunda División B.

Over the years, the competition has had several names. Under its current format, the competition was revived by the FVF in 2007. The champion gets direct access to the Copa Sudamericana.

External links

  • Federación Venezolana de Fútbol
  • Asociación de Historia y Estadísticas del Fúbol Venezolano
  • Fútbol Report
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