List of football clubs in Spain

This is a list of men's association football clubs in Spain. Currently the governing body of football in Spain is the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF), which is in charge of its national teams and its leagues, with the highest one being La Liga. RFEF was founded in 1909 and is a member of both FIFA and UEFA.[1][2][3][4][5]

La LigaEdit

La Liga teams 2022–23 seasonEdit

Club Home city Stadium Finishing position
last season
First season in
top division
First season of
current spell in
top
Almería[a] Almería Juegos Mediterráneos 1st in Segunda División 2007–08 2022–23
Athletic Bilbao[b] Bilbao San Mamés 8th 1929 1929
Atlético Madrid Madrid Metropolitano Stadium 3rd 1929 2002–03
Barcelona[b] Barcelona Camp Nou 2nd 1929 1929
Cádiz Cádiz Ramón de Carranza 17th 1977–78 2020–21
Celta Vigo Vigo Balaídos 11th 1939–40 2012–13
Elche Elche Martínez Valero 13th 1959–60 2020–21
Espanyol Cornellà de Llobregat RCDE Stadium 14th 1929 2021–22
Getafe Getafe Coliseum Alfonso Pérez 15th 2004–05 2017–18
Girona Girona Montilivi 6th in Segunda División 2017–18 2022–23
Mallorca Palma Son Moix 16th 1960–61 2021–22
Osasuna Pamplona El Sadar 10th 1935–36 2019–20
Rayo Vallecano Madrid Vallecas 12th 1977–78 2021–22
Real Betis Seville Benito Villamarín 5th 1932–33 2015–16
Real Madrid[b] Madrid Santiago Bernabéu 1st 1929 1929
Real Sociedad San Sebastián Anoeta 6th 1929 2010–11
Sevilla Seville Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán 4th 1934–35 2001–02
Valencia Valencia Mestalla 9th 1931–32 1987–88
Valladolid Valladolid José Zorrilla 2nd in Segunda División 1948–49 2022–23
Villarreal Villarreal Estadio de la Cerámica 7th 1998–99 2013–14

Segunda DivisiónEdit

Segunda División teams 2022–23 seasonEdit

Club Home city Stadium Finishing position
last season
First season in
division
First season of
current spell in
division
Alavés Vitoria-Gasteiz Mendizorrotza 20th in La Liga 1929 2022–23
Albacete Albacete Carlos Belmonte 3rd in 1ª RFEF - Group 2 1949–50 2022–23
Andorra Andorra la Vella[c] Estadi Nacional 1st in 1ª RFEF - Group 2 2022–23 2022–23
Burgos[d] Burgos El Plantío 11th 2001–02 2021–22
Cartagena[e] Cartagena Cartagonova 9th 2009–10 2020–21
Eibar Eibar Ipurua 3rd 1953–54 2021–22
Granada Granada Nuevo Los Cármenes 18th in La Liga 1934–35 2022–23
Huesca Huesca El Alcoraz 8th 2008–09 2021–22
Ibiza Ibiza Can Misses 15th 2021–22 2021–22
Las Palmas Las Palmas Gran Canaria 4th 1950–51 2018–19
Leganés Leganés Butarque 12th 1993–94 2020–21
Levante Valencia Ciutat de València 19th in La Liga 1939–40 2022–23
Lugo Lugo Anxo Carro 16th 1992–93 2012–13
Málaga[f] Málaga La Rosaleda 18th 1998–99 2018–19
Mirandés Miranda de Ebro Anduva 14th 2012–13 2019–20
Oviedo Oviedo Carlos Tartiere 7th 1929 2015–16
Ponferradina Ponferrada El Toralín 8th 2006–07 2019–20
Racing Santander Santander El Sardinero 1st in 1ª RFEF - Group 1 1940–41 2022–23
Sporting Gijón Gijón El Molinón 17th 1929 2017–18
Tenerife Santa Cruz de Tenerife Heliodoro Rodríguez López 5th 1953–54 2013–14
Villarreal B Villarreal Mini Estadi 1st in 1ª RFEF - Group 2 2009–10 2022–23
Zaragoza Zaragoza La Romareda 10th 1934–35 2013–14

Primera División RFEFEdit

Primera División RFEF teams 2022–23 seasonEdit

Group 1Edit

Club Home city Stadium Finishing position
last season
First season in
division
First season of
current spell in
division
Alcorcón Alcorcón Santo Domingo 22nd in Segunda División 2022–23 2022–23
Algeciras Algeciras Nuevo Mirador 7th in Group 2 2021–22 2021–22
Badajoz Badajoz Nuevo Vivero 9th 2021–22 2021–22
Celta Vigo B Vigo Barreiro 6th 2021–22 2021–22
Ceuta Ceuta Alfonso Murube 4th in 2ª RFEF - Group 4 2022–23 2022–23
Córdoba Córdoba Nuevo Arcángel 1st in 2ª RFEF - Group 4 2022–23 2022–23
Cultural Leonesa León Reino de León 12th 2021–22 2021–22
Deportivo La Coruña A Coruña Riazor 2nd 2021–22 2021–22
Fuenlabrada Fuenlabrada Fernando Torres 21st in Segunda División 2022–23 2022–23
Internacional Villaviciosa de Odón Municipal de Villaviciosa 14th 2021–22 2021–22
Linares Linares Linarejos 5th in Group 2 2021–22 2021–22
Linense La Línea Municipal de La Línea 12th in Group 2 2021–22 2021–22
Mérida[g] Mérida Romano 2nd in 2ª RFEF - Group 4 2022–23 2022–23
Pontevedra Pontevedra Pasarón 1st in 2ª RFEF - Group 1 2022–23 2022–23
Racing Ferrol Ferrol A Malata 3rd 2021–22 2021–22
Rayo Majadahonda Majadahonda Cerro del Espino 4th 2021–22 2021–22
Real Madrid Castilla Madrid Alfredo Di Stéfano 10th in Group 2 2021–22 2021–22
San Fernando San Fernando Iberoamericano 15th in Group 2 2021–22 2021–22
San Sebastián de los Reyes San Sebastián de los Reyes Nuevo Matapiñonera 10th 2021–22 2021–22
Unionistas Salamanca Reina Sofía 7th 2021–22 2021–22

Group 2Edit

Club Home city Stadium Finishing position
last season
First season in
division
First season of
current spell in
division
Alcoyano Alcoy El Collao 11th 2021–22 2021–22
Amorebieta Amorebieta-Etxano Urritxe 19th in Segunda División 2022–23 2022–23
Athletic Bilbao B Bilbao Lezama 15th in Group 1 2021–22 2021–22
Atlético Baleares Palma Balear 6th 2021–22 2021–22
Barcelona Atlètic Barcelona Johan Cruyff 9th 2021–22 2021–22
Calahorra Calahorra La Planilla 11th in Group 1 2021–22 2021–22
Castellón Castellón de la Plana Castàlia 13th 2021–22 2021–22
Cornellà Cornellà de Llobregat Nou Camp 14th 2021–22 2021–22
Eldense Elda Pepico Amat 4th in 2ª RFEF - Group 5 2022–23 2022–23
Gimnàstic Tarragona Nou Estadi 4th 2021–22 2021–22
Intercity Sant Joan d'Alacant Municipal de Sant Joan 1st in 2ª RFEF - Group 5 2022–23 2022–23
La Nucía La Nucía Camilo Cano 2nd in 2ª RFEF - Group 5 2022–23 2022–23
Murcia Murcia Nueva Condomina 3rd in 2ª RFEF - Group 5 2022–23 2022–23
Numancia Soria Los Pajaritos 1st in 2ª RFEF - Group 3 2022–23 2022–23
Osasuna B Pamplona Tajonar 1st in 2ª RFEF - Group 2 2022–23 2022–23
Real Sociedad B San Sebastián José Luis Orbegozo 20th in Segunda División 2022–23 2022–23
Real Unión Irun Gal 8th in Group 1 2021–22 2021–22
Sabadell Sabadell Nova Creu Alta 8th 2021–22 2021–22
SD Logroñés[h] Logroño Mundial 82 13th in Group 1 2021–22 2021–22
UD Logroñés[i] Logroño Las Gaunas 5th in Group 1 2021–22 2021–22

Segunda División RFEFEdit

Segunda División RFEF teams 2022–23 seasonEdit

Group 1Edit

Club Home city Stadium Finishing position
last season
First season in
division
First season of
current spell in
division
Arenteiro O Carballiño Espiñedo 10th 1987–88 2021–22
Avilés Avilés Román Suárez Puerta 9th 1983–84 2021–22
Bergantiños Carballo As Eiroas 6th 1987–88 2021–22
Burgos Promesas Burgos Castañares 9th in Group 2 2021–22 2021–22
Compostela Santiago de Compostela Vero Boquete 8th 1977–78 2020–21
Coruxo Vigo O Vao 4th 2010–11 2010–11
Cristo Atlético Palencia Nueva Balastera 5th 2021–22 2021–22
Gimnástica Torrelavega Torrelavega El Malecón 1st in 3ª RFEF - Group 3 1987–88 2022–23
Guijuelo Guijuelo Municipal de Guijuelo 1st in 3ª RFEF - Group 8 2004–05 2022–23
Langreo Langreo Ganzábal 11th 1977–78 2018–19
Laredo Laredo San Lorenzo 13th in Group 2 1987–88 2020–21
Marino Luanco Luanco Miramar 12th 1996–97 2019–20
Ourense CF[j] Ourense O Couto 2nd in 3ª RFEF - Group 1 2022–23 2022–23
Oviedo Vetusta Oviedo El Requexón 1st in 3ª RFEF - Group 2 1988–89[k] 2022–23
Polvorín Lugo O Polvorín 1st in 3ª RFEF - Group 1 2022–23 2022–23
Rayo Cantabria[l] Santander La Albericia 4th in Group 2 1987–88 2021–22
Valladolid Promesas Valladolid Anexos José Zorrilla 18th in 1ª RFEF - Group 1 1991–92 2022–23
Zamora Zamora Ruta de la Plata 17th in 1ª RFEF - Group 1 1978–79 2022–23

Group 2Edit

Club Home city Stadium Finishing position
last season
First season in
division
First season of
current spell in
division
Alavés B Vitoria-Gasteiz Ibaia 1st in 3ª RFEF - Group 4 1999–2000 2022–23
Alfaro Alfaro La Molineta 2nd in 3ª RFEF - Group 16 2001–02 2022–23
Arenas Getxo Gobela 5th 1979–80 2015–16
Arnedo Arnedo Sendero 1st in 3ª RFEF - Group 16 1987–88 2022–23
Beasain Beasain Loinaz 2nd in 3ª RFEF - Group 4 1992–93 2022–23
Brea Brea de Aragón Piedrabuena 10th in Group 3 2021–22 2021–22
Cirbonero Cintruénigo San Juan 1st in 3ª RFEF - Group 15 2022–23 2022–23
Gernika Gernika Urbieta 8th 1994–95 2021–22
Izarra Estella-Lizarra Merkatondoa 10th 1990–91 2015–16
Mutilvera Aranguren Valle Aranguren 11th 2016–17 2020–21
Racing Rioja Logroño El Salvador 7th 2021–22 2021–22
Real Sociedad C San Sebastián Zubieta Facilities 3rd 2021–22 2021–22
San Juan Pamplona San Juan 6th 2021–22 2021–22
Sestao River Sestao Las Llanas 2nd 2004–05 2021–22
Tarazona Tarazona Municipal de Tarazona 11th in Group 3 2020–21 2020–21
Tudelano Tudela Ciudad de Tudela 18th in 1ª RFEF - Group 1 1977–78 2022–23
UD Logroñés B Logroño Las Gaunas 12th 2021–22 2021–22
Utebo Utebo Santa Ana 2nd in 3ª RFEF - Group 17 1993–94 2022–23

Group 3Edit

Club Home city Stadium Finishing position
last season
First season in
division
First season of
current spell in
division
Alzira Alzira Luis Suñer Picó 7th in Group 5 1986–87 2021–22
Atlético Saguntino Sagunto Morvedre 2nd in 3ª RFEF - Group 6 2016–17 2022–23
Costa Brava Palamós Palamós Costa Brava 19th in 1ª RFEF - Group 2 2011–12[m] 2022–23
Deportivo Aragón Zaragoza Ciudad Deportiva 1st in 3ª RFEF - Group 17 1983–84 2022–23
Ebro Zaragoza La Almozara 9th 2014–15 2014–15
Espanyol B Cornellà de Llobregat Dani Jarque 2nd 1995–96 2018–19
Formentera Sant Francesc Xavier Municipal de Sant Francesc 7th 2017–18 2021–22
Hércules Alicante José Rico Pérez 5th in Group 5 1988–89 2014–15
Ibiza Islas Pitiusas Ibiza Can Misses 6th 2021–22 2021–22
Lleida Esportiu Lleida Camp d'Esports 5th 2011–12 2011–12
Mallorca B Palma Son Bibiloni 1st in 3ª RFEF - Group 11 1986–87[n] 2022–23
Manresa Manresa Municipal del Congost 1st in 3ª RFEF - Group 5 2022–23 2022–23
Olot Olot Municipal d'Olot 2nd in 3ª RFEF - Group 5 2013–14 2022–23
Peña Deportiva Santa Eulària des Riu Municipal de Santa Eulària 3rd 1993–94 2019–20
Prat El Prat de Llobregat Sagnier 12th 2012–13 2019–20
Terrassa Terrassa Olímpic 8th 1979–80 2021–22
Teruel Teruel Pinilla 4th 1987–88 2021–22
Valencia Mestalla Valencia Antonio Puchades 1st in 3ª RFEF - Group 6 1987–88[o] 2022–23

Group 4Edit

Club Home city Stadium Finishing position
last season
First season in
division
First season of
current spell in
division
Antequera Antequera El Maulí 12th 2008–09 2021–22
Atlético Mancha Real Mancha Real La Juventud 10th in Group 5 2016–17 2021–22
Atlético Sanluqueño Sanlúcar de Barrameda El Palmar 16th in 1ª RFEF - Group 2 1987–88 2022–23
Betis Deportivo Seville Luis del Sol 20th in 1ª RFEF - Group 2 1985–86 2022–23
Cádiz B Cádiz Ramón Blanco 7th 2019–20 2019–20
Cartagena B Cartagena Ciudad Jardín 2nd in 3ª RFEF - Group 13 2022–23 2022–23
El Ejido[p] El Ejido Santo Domingo 11th in Group 5 2016–17 2020–21
Recreativo Huelva Nuevo Colombino 1st in 3ª RFEF - Group 10 1990–91 2022–23
Juventud Torremolinos Torremolinos El Pozuelo 1st in 3ª RFEF - Group 9 2022–23 2022–23
Mar Menor[q] San Javier Pitín 6th in Group 5 2021–22 2021–22
Recreativo Granada Granada Miguel Prieto 8th in Group 5 2013–14 2013–14
San Roque Lepe Lepe Ciudad de Lepe 6th 1992–93 2021–22
Sevilla Atlético Seville Jesús Navas 17th in 1ª RFEF - Group 2 1977–78 2022–23
UCAM Murcia Murcia La Condomina 18th in 1ª RFEF - Group 2 2012–13 2022–23
Utrera Utrera San Juan Bosco 1st in 3ª RFEF - Group 10 1989–90 2022–23
Vélez Vélez-Málaga Vivar Téllez 11th 2021–22 2021–22
Xerez Deportivo Jerez de la Frontera Chapín 10th 2021–22 2021–22
Yeclano[r] Yecla La Constitución 1st in 3ª RFEF - Group 13 2010–11 2022–23

Group 5Edit

Club Home city Stadium Finishing position
last season
First season in
division
First season of
current spell in
division
Alcorcón B Alcorcón Anexo de Santo Domingo 4th in 3ª RFEF - Group 7 2022–23 2022–23
Atlético Madrid B Madrid Cerro del Espino 1st in 3ª RFEF - Group 7 1977–78[s] 2022–23
Atlético Paso El Paso Municipal de El Paso 1st in 3ª RFEF - Group 12 2022–23 2022–23
Cacereño Cáceres Príncipe Felipe 3rd in Group 4 1978–79 2021–22
Coria Coria La Isla 5th in Group 4 2021–22 2021–22
Diocesano Cáceres Campo de la Federación 1st in 3ª RFEF - Group 14 2022–23 2022–23
Don Benito Don Benito Vicente Sanz 13th in Group 4 1988–89 2018–19
Gimnástica Segoviana Segovia La Albuera 13th in Group 1 1999–2000 2021–22
Guadalajara Guadalajara Pedro Escartín 1st in 3ª RFEF - Group 18 2007–08 2022–23
Leganés B Leganés Instalación Deportiva Butarque 7th in Group 1 1995–96 2021–22
Melilla[t] Melilla Álvarez Claro 9th 1987–88 1987–88
Montijo Montijo Emilio Macarro Rodríguez 9th in Group 4 2021–22 2021–22
Navalcarnero Navalcarnero Mariano González 3rd in Group 1 2004–05 2020–21
Socuéllamos Socuéllamos Paquito Jiménez 12th 2014–15 2020–21
Talavera de la Reina Talavera de la Reina El Prado 16th in 1ª RFEF - Group 1 2015–16 2022–23
Unión Adarve Madrid Vicente del Bosque 2nd in Group 1 2017–18 2021–22
Villanovense Villanueva de la Serena Romero Cuerda 8th in Group 4 2003–04 2020–21

Tercera División RFEFEdit

Tercera División RFEF teams 2021–22 seasonEdit

Group 1 -   GaliciaEdit

Club Home city Stadium Finishing position
last season
First season in
division
First season of
current spell in
division
Alondras Cangas O Morrazo 3rd Subgroup 1B 1961–62 2004–05
Arzúa Arzúa Do Viso 7th in Subgroup 1A 2019–20 2019–20
Atlético Arnoia A Arnoia Municipal de Barreiro Divisiones Regionales 2021–22 2021–22
Barco O Barco de Valdeorras Calabagueiros 7th in Subgroup 1B 1982–83 2015–16
Choco Redondela Santa Mariña 5th in Subgroup 1B 1960–61 2013–14
Deportivo Fabril[u] A Coruña Abegondo 5th in Subgroup 1A 1963–64 2019–20
Estradense A Estrada Campo Municipal 4th in Subgroup 1B 1991–92 2019–20
Juvenil Ponteareas Ponteareas Municipal de Pardellas Divisiones Regionales 1955–56 2021–22
Noia Noia San Lázaro Divisiones Regionales 2015–16 2021–22
Ourense CF[j] Ourense O Couto 8th in Subgroup 1B 1994–95 2017–18
Polvorín Lugo O Polvorín 2nd in Subgroup 1A 2018–19 2018–19
Racing Vilalbés Vilalba A Magdalena 4th in Subgroup 1A 1992–93 2009–10
Rápido Bouzas Vigo Baltasar Pujales 6th in Subgroup 1B 1965–66 2019–20
Silva A Coruña A Grela 6th in Subgroup 1A 2014–15 2014–15
Sofán Carballo O Carral Divisiones Regionales 2018–19 2021–22
Somozas As Somozas Pardiñas 3rd in Subgroup 1A 1993–94 2017–18
Viveiro Viveiro Cantarrana 8th in Subgroup 1A 1958–59 2020-21

Group 2 -   AsturiasEdit

Club Home city Stadium Finishing position
last season
First season in
division
First season of
current spell in
division
Caudal Mieres Hermanos Antuña 4th in Subgroup 2A 1946–47 2018–19
Colunga Colunga Santianes 8th in Subgroup 2B 2015–16 2015–16
Covadonga Oviedo Juan Antonio Álvarez Rabanal 10th in 2ªB - Subgroup 1B 1998–99 2021–22
Gijón Industrial Gijón Santa Cruz 5th in Subgroup 2A 1969–70 2017–18
L'Entregu El Entrego Nuevo Nalón 1st in Subgroup 2B 2012–13 2016–17
Langreo B Langreo Ganzábal Divisiones Regionales 2021–22 2021–22
Lealtad Villaviciosa Les Caleyes 8th in 2ªB - Subgroup 1B 1990–91 2021–22
Lenense Pola de Lena El Sotón 6th in Subgroup 2A 1960–61 2019–20
Llanes Llanes San José 3rd in Subgroup 2B 1999–2000 2014–15
Luarca Luarca La Veigona Divisiones Regionales 1957–58 2021–22
Mosconia Grado Marqués de la Vega de Anzo 9th in Subgroup 2A 1983–84 2014–15
Navarro Valliniello Tabiella 8th in Subgroup 2A 1993–94 2019–20
Oviedo Vetusta Oviedo El Requexón 7th in 2ªB - Subgroup 1B 1950–51 2021–22
Praviano Pravia Santa Catalina 7th in Subgroup 2A 1958–59 2012–13
Roces Gijón Covadonga Divisiones Regionales 2014–15 2021–22
San Martín[v] Sotrondio El Florán 2nd in Subgroup 2B 2017–18 2017–18
Sporting Gijón B Gijón Pepe Ortiz 9th in 2ªB - Subgroup 1B 1974-75 2021–22
Real Titánico Laviana Las Tolvas 5th in Subgroup 2B 1954–55 2020–21
Tuilla Tuilla El Candín 4th in Subgroup 2B 1987–88 2005–06
Urraca Posada La Corredoria 6th in Subgroup 2B 2012–13 2019–20

Group 3 -   CantabriaEdit

Club Home city Stadium Finishing position
last season
First season in
division
First season of
current spell in
division
Atlético Albericia Santander Juan Hormaechea 6th in Subgroup 3B 1986–87 2000–01
Barreda Barreda Solvay 10th in Subgroup 3A 1943–44 2016–17
Castro Castro Urdiales Mioño 5th in Subgroup 3A 2019–20 2020–21
Colindres Colindres El Carmen Divisiones Regionales 1990–91 2021–22
Escobedo Escobedo Eusebio Arce 3rd in Subgroup 3A 1967–68 1989–90
Gimnástica Torrelavega Torrelavega El Malecón 2nd in Subgroup 3A 1929 2019–20
Guarnizo Guarnizo El Pilar 9th in Subgroup 3A 1961–62 2015–16
Naval Reinosa San Francisco Divisiones Regionales 1949–50 2021–22
Noja Noja La Caseta Divisiones Regionales 1987–88 2021–22
Sámano Sámano Vallegón 4th in Subgroup 3B 2015–16 2017–18
Selaya Selaya El Castañal 6th in Subgroup 3A 1989–90 2019–20
Siete Villas Castillo Siete Villas San Pedro 3rd in Subgroup 3B 2003–04 2003–04
Textil Escudo Cabezón de la Sal Juan María Parés Serra 5th in Subgroup 3B 1986–87 2014–15
Torina Bárcena de Pie de Concha Municipal El Alpedre 8th in Subgroup 3A 1991–92 2019–20
Vimenor Piélagos La Vidriera 4th in Subgroup 3A 1986–87 2008–09

Group 4 -   Basque CountryEdit

Club Home city Stadium Finishing position
last season
First season in
division
First season of
current spell in
division
Alavés B Vitoria-Gasteiz Ibaia 9th in 2ªB - Subgroup 2A 1979–80 2021–22
Amurrio Amurrio Basarte Divisiones Regionales 1992–93 2021–22
Anaitasuna Azkoitia Txerloia 5th in Subgroup 4B 1953–54 2020–21
Aurrerá Ondarroa Ondarroa Zaldupe 8th in Subgroup 4A 1963–64 2020–21
Barakaldo Barakaldo Lasesarre 10th in 2ªB - Subgroup 2A 1929 2021–22
Basconia Basauri López Cortázar 4th in Subgroup 4B 1950–51 1994–95
Beasain Beasain Loinaz 6th in Subgroup 4A 1956–57 2002–03
Beti Gazte Lesaca (Navarre) Mastegi Divisiones Regionales 2021–22 2021–22
Cultural Durango Durango Tabira 8th in Subgroup 4B 1944–45 2019–20
Deusto Bilbao Etxezuri 4th in Subgroup 4A 1956–57 2015–16
Lagun Onak Azpeitia Garmendipe 11th in Subgroup 4B 1975–76 2002–03
Leioa Leioa Sarriena 11th in 2ªB - Subgroup 2A 2008-09 2021–22
Pasaia Pasaia Don Bosco 3rd in Subgroup 4B 1987–88 2018–19
Portugalete Portugalete La Florida 8th in 2ªB - Subgroup 2A 1951–52 2021–22
San Ignacio Vitoria-Gasteiz Adurtzabal 6th in Subgroup 4B 1951–52 2018–19
Santutxu Bilbao Maiona 5th in Subgroup 4A 1980–81 2010–11
Tolosa Tolosa Berazubi 7th in Subgroup 4A 1929 2019–20
Urduliz Urduliz Iparralde 2nd in Subgroup 4B 2019–20 2019–20
Uritarra Larrabezúa Errebale Divisiones Regionales 2021–22 2021–22
Vitoria Laudio Ellakuri 1st in Subgroup 4B 1956–57 2019–20

Group 5 -   CataloniaEdit

Club Home city Stadium Finishing position
last season
First season in
division
First season of
current spell in
division
Ascó Ascó Municipal d'Ascó Divisiones Regionales 2010–11 2021–22
Castelldefels Castelldefels Els Canyars 6th in Subgroup 5A 2002–03 2016–17
Figueres Figueres Vilatenim 9th in Subgroup 5B 1943–44 2012–13
Girona B Girona Torres de Palau 2nd in Subgroup 5B 2020–21 2020–21
Grama Santa Coloma de Gramenet Can Peixauet 6th in Subgroup 5B 2018–19 2020–21
Granollers Granollers Carrer Girona 3rd in Subgroup 5B 1943–44 2015–16
Guineueta Barcelona CEM de la Guineueta Divisiones Regionales 2021–22 2021–22
L'Hospitalet L'Hospitalet de Llobregat La Feixa Llarga 9th in 2ªB - Subgroup 3A 1957–58 2021–22
Manresa Manresa El Congost 5th in Subgroup 5A 1950–51 2019–20
Olot Olot Pla de Baix 11th in 2ªB - Subgroup 3A 1956–57 2021–22
Peralada[w] Peralada Municipal de Peralada 7th in Subgroup 5B 2002–03 2019–20
Pobla de Mafumet La Pobla de Mafumet Municipal de La Pobla 7th in Subgroup 5A 2007–08 2016–17
San Cristóbal Terrassa Ca n'Anglada 4th in Subgroup 5A 1987–88 2018–19
Sant Andreu Barcelona Narcís Sala 4th in Subgroup 5B 1940–41 2015–16
Sants Barcelona La Magòria 8th in Subgroup 5B 1929–30 2018–19
Vilafranca Vilafranca del Penedès Municipal d'Esports 2nd in Subgroup 5A 1956–57 2010–11
Vilassar de Mar Vilassar de Mar Xevi Ramón 5th in Subgroup 5B 1996–97 2019–20

Group 6 -   Valencian CommunityEdit

Club Home city Stadium Finishing position
last season
First season in
division
First season of
current spell in
division
Acero Sagunto El Fornàs 9th in Subgroup 6B 1929–30 2018–19
Athletic Torrellano Torrellano, Elche Municipal Divisiones Regionales 2021–22 2021–22
Atlético Saguntino Sagunto Morvedre 3rd in Subgroup 6A 1957–58 2018–19
Atzeneta Atzeneta d'Albaida El Regit 7th in 2ªB - Subgroup 3B 2018–19 2021–22
Benigànim Benigànim Municipal de Benigànim 5th in Subgroup 6B 2014–15 2019–20
Callosa Deportiva Callosa de Segura El Palmeral Divisiones Regionales 1955–56 2021–22
Castellón B Castellón Ciudad Deportiva Divisiones Regionales 1984–85 2021–22
Elche Ilicitano Elche José Díez Iborra 2nd in Subgroup 6B 1963–64 2015–16
Hércules B[x] Alicante Juan Antonio Samaranch 8th in Subgroup 6B 2003–04 2019–20
Jove Español San Vicente del Raspeig Ciudad Deportiva de San Vicente 6th in Subgroup 6B 2006–07 2018–19
Olímpic Xàtiva La Murta 4th in Subgroup 6B 1940–41 2016–17
Orihuela Orihuela Los Arcos 9th in 2ªB - Subgroup 3B 2018–19 2021–22
Recambios Colón Catarroja Sedaví 6th in Subgroup 6A 2015–16 2019–20
Roda Villarreal Mini Estadi 2nd in Subgroup 6A 2017–18 2017–18
Silla Silla Vicente Morera 5th in Subgroup 6A 2016–17 2016–17
Torrent Torrent San Gregorio 8th in Subgroup 6A 1965–66 2020–21
Valencia Mestalla Valencia Antonio Puchades 10th in 2ªB - Subgroup 3B 1946–47 2021–22
Villajoyosa Villajoyosa Nou Pla 9th in Subgroup 6B 1957–58 2020–21
Villarreal C Villarreal Mini Estadi 4th in Subgroup 6A 2007–08 2007–08

Group 7 -   Community of MadridEdit

Club Home city Stadium Finishing position
last season
First season in
division
First season of
current spell in
division
Alcalá Alcalá de Henares Municipal del Val 8th in Subgroup 7A 1940–41 2013–14
Alcorcón B Alcorcón Anexo de Santo Domingo 3rd in Subgroup 7B 2012–13 2012–13
Atlético Madrid B Madrid Cerro del Espino 8th in 2ªB - Subgroup 5A 1967–68 2021–22
Carabanchel Madrid La Mina 6th in Subgroup 7B 1955–56 2018–19
Complutense Alcalá de Henares Recinto Ferial 7th in Subgroup 7A 2020–21 2020–21
Fuenlabrada Promesas Fuenlabrada La Aldehuela Divisiones Regionales[y] 2021–22 2021–22
Galapagar Galapagar El Chopo Divisiones Regionales 2021–22 2021–22
Getafe B Getafe Ciudad Deportiva 10th in 2ªB - Subgroup 5A 1994–95 2021–22
Las Rozas Las Rozas Dehesa de Navalcarbón 7th in 2ªB - Subgroup 5A 1991–92 2021–22
Moratalaz Madrid La Dehesa 2nd in Subgroup 7A 2019–20 2019–20
Moscardó Madrid Román Valero Divisiones Regionales 1964–65 2021–22
Paracuellos Antamira Paracuellos de Jarama Polideportivo 9th in Subgroup 7A 2006–07 2006–07
Parla Parla Los Prados 4th in Subgroup 7B 1980–81 2018–19
Pozuelo de Alarcón[z] Pozuelo de Alarcón Valle de las Cañas 4th in Subgroup 7A 2007–08 2010–11
Rayo Vallecano B Madrid Ciudad Deportiva 3rd in Subgroup 7A 1988–89 2015–16
Torrejón[aa] Torrejón de Ardoz Las Veredillas 6th in Subgroup 7A 2003–04 2019–20
Tres Cantos Tres Cantos La Foresta Divisiones Regionales 2017–18 2021–22
Trival Valderas Alcorcón La Canaleja 5th in Subgroup 7B 2009–10 2015–16
Ursaria Madrid Municipal San Blas Divisiones Regionales 2021–22 2021–22
Villaverde San Andrés[ab] Madrid Boetticher 8th in Subgroup 7B 1989–90 2016–17
Villaviciosa de Odón Villaviciosa de Odón Nuevo Municipal Divisiones Regionales 1998–99 2021–22

Group 8 -   Castile and LeónEdit

Club Home city Stadium Finishing position
last season
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division
First season of
current spell in
division
Almazán Almazán La Arboleda 7th in Subgroup 8B 1977–78 2007–08
Arandina[ac] Aranda de Duero El Montecillo 4th in Subgroup 8B 1988–89 2017–18
Atlético Astorga Astorga La Eragudina 2nd in Subgroup 8A 1980–81 2016–17
Atlético Bembibre Bembibre La Devesa 6th in Subgroup 8A 1966–67 2005–06
Atlético Palencia Palencia Nueva Balastera Divisiones Regionales 2021–22 2021–22
Atlético Tordesillas Tordesillas Las Salinas 5th in Subgroup 8A 2001–02 2013–14
Ávila Ávila Adolfo Suárez 6th in Subgroup 8B 1944–45 2016–17
Colegios Diocesanos Ávila Sancti Spiritu 8th in Subgroup 8B 2020–21 2020–21
Ciudad Rodrigo Ciudad Rodrigo Francisco Mateos Divisiones Regionales 1960–61 2021–22
Guijuelo Guijuelo Luis Ramos 10th in 2ªB - Subgroup 1A 2002–03 2021–22
Júpiter Leonés León Puente Castro 3rd in Subgroup 8A 1953–54 2018–19
La Virgen del Camino La Virgen del Camino Los Dominicos 4th in Subgroup 8A 2011–12 2011–12
Mirandés B Miranda de Ebro Ence 5th in Subgroup 8B 2014–15 2018–19
Numancia B Soria Francisco Rubio Garcés 3rd in Subgroup 8B 2001–02 2001–02
Ribert Salamanca Pistas del Helmántico Divisiones Regionales 2021–22 2021–22
Salamanca B[ad] Salamanca Pistas del Helmántico 8th in Subgroup 8A 2019–20 2019–20
Santa Marta Santa Marta de Tormes Alfonso San Casto 9th in Subgroup 8A 2000–21 2018–19

Group 9 -   Eastern Andalusia and   MelillaEdit

Club Home city Stadium Finishing position
last season
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division
First season of
current spell in
division
Alhaurín de la Torre Alhaurín de la Torre Los Manantiales 6th in Subgroup 9B 2005–06 2018–19
Alhaurino Alhaurín El Grande Miguel Fijones 10th in Subgroup 9B 1961–62 2020–21
Almería B Almería Juegos Mediterráneos 2nd in Subgroup 9A 2002–03 2019–20
Atlético Malagueño Málaga El Viso 5th in Subgroup 9B 1996–97 2019–20
Atlético Porcuna Porcuna San Benito 10th in Subgroup 9A 2019–20 2019–20
Ciudad de Torredonjimeno Torredonjimeno Matías Prats 3rd in Subgroup 9A 2016–17 2016–17
El Palo Málaga San Ignacio 3rd in Subgroup 9B 1982–83 2015–16
Huétor Tájar Huétor-Tájar Miguel Moranto 5th in Subgroup 9A 2009–10 2009–10
Huétor Vega Huétor Vega Las Viñas 6th in Subgroup 9A 2016–17 2016–17
Intergym Melilla Melilla La Espiguera Divisiones Regionales 2021–22 2021–22
Jaén Jaén La Victoria 7th in Subgroup 9A 1943–44 2017–18
Juventud Torremolinos Torremolinos El Pozuelo 4th in Subgroup 9B 1964–65 2020–21
Marbella Marbella Municipal de Marbella 9th in 2ªB - Subgroup 4A 1998–99 2021–22
Motril[ae] Motril Escribano Castilla 8th in Subgroup 9B 2016–17 2016–17
San Pedro San Pedro de Alcántara Municipal Divisiones Regionales 1979–80 2021–22
Torre del Mar Torre del Mar Juan Manuel Azuaga Divisiones Regionales 2021–22 2021–22
Torreperogil Torreperogil Abdon Martinez Fariñas 4th in Subgroup 9A 1983–84 2018–19

Group 10 -   Western Andalusia and   CeutaEdit

Club Home city Stadium Finishing position
last season
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division
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current spell in
division
Antoniano Lebrija Municipal de Lebrija 6th in Subgroup 10A 1987–88 2019–20
Cabecense Las Cabezas de San Juan Carlos Marchena 8th in Subgroup 10A 2006–07 2020–21
Cartaya Cartaya Luis Rodríguez Salvador Divisiones Regionales 1999–2000 2021–22
Ceuta B Ceuta Alfonso Murube Divisiones Regionales 2021–22 2021–22
Ciudad de Lucena Lucena Ciudad de Lucena 2nd in Subgroup 10B 2017–18 2017–18
Conil Conil de la Frontera José Antonio Pérez Ureba 7th in Subgroup 10A 1994–95 2018–19
Córdoba B Córdoba Rafael Gómez 4th in Subgroup 10B 1999–2000 2018–19
Gerena Gerena José Juan Romero Gil 8th in Subgroup 10B 2013–14 2013–14
Los Barrios Los Barrios San Rafael 4th in Subgroup 10A 1998–99 2014–15
Pozoblanco Pozoblanco Municipal Pozoblanco 6th in Subgroup 10B 1956–57 2019–20
Puente Genil[af] Puente Genil Manuel Polinario 3rd in Subgroup 10B 1955–56 2017–18
Recreativo Huelva Nuevo Colombino 8th in 2ªB - Subgroup 4A 1940–41 2021–22
Rota Rota Alcalde Navarro Flores 5th in Subgroup 10A 1979–80 2019–20
Sevilla C Seville Ciudad Deportiva José Ramón Cisneros Palacios 7th in Subgroup 10B 2007–08 2007–08
Tomares Tomares Municipal San Sebastián Divisiones Regionales 1998–99 2021–22
Utrera Utrera San Juan Bosco 5th in Subgroup 10B 1950–51 2015–16
Xerez Jerez de la Frontera La Juventud 2nd in Subgroup 10A 1949–50 2017–18

Group 11 -   Balearic IslandsEdit

Club Home city Stadium Finishing position
last season
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division
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current spell in
division
Binissalem Binissalem Miquel Pons 10th in Subgroup 11B 1954–55 2013–14
Campos Campos Municipal Divisiones Regionales 1994–95 2021–22
Collerense Palma Ca Na Paulina 6th in Subgroup 11A 2003–04 2019–20
Constància Inca Nou Camp d'Inca 2nd in Subgroup 11A 1940–41 2014–15
Felanitx Felanitx Es Torrentó 9th in Subgroup 11A 1979–80 2016–17
Inter Ibiza Ibiza Can Cantó Divisiones Regionales 2021–22 2021–22
Llosetense Lloseta Municipal de Lloseta 7th in Subgroup 11B 1987–88 2016–17
Mallorca B Palma Son Bibiloni 4th in Subgroup 11B 1983–84[ag] 2017–18
Manacor Manacor Na Capellera 4th in Subgroup 11A 1949–50 2017–18
Mercadal Es Mercadal San Martí Divisiones Regionales 1954–55 2021–22
Murense Muro Municipal Divisiones Regionales 1984–85 2021–22
Platges de Calvià Magaluf Municipal de Magaluf 1st in Subgroup 11B 1985–86[ah] 2000–01
Poblense Sa Pobla Nou Camp de Sa Pobla 9th in 2ªB - Subgroup 5A 1954–55 2021–22
Portmany Sant Antoni de Portmany Sant Antoni 5th in Subgroup 11A 1977–78 2019–20
Rotlet Molinar Palma Rotlet Molinar Divisiones Regionales 2013–14 2021–22
Sant Jordi Sant Jordi de ses Salines, Sant Josep de sa Talaia Kiko Serra 2nd in Subgroup 11B 2020–21 2020–21
Sant Rafel San Rafael Municipal d'Esports Sant Rafel 6th in Subgroup 11B 1990–91 2009–10
Santanyí Santanyí Municipal de Santanyí 5th in Subgroup 11B 1981–82 2017–18
Serverense Son Servera Ses Eres Divisiones Regionales 1982–183 2021–22
Sóller Sóller En Maiol 7th in Subgroup 11A 1956–57 2018–19
Son Verí Llucmajor Municipal s'Arenal Divisiones Regionales 2021–22 2021–22

Group 12 -   Canary IslandsEdit

Club Home city Stadium Finishing position
last season
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division
First season of
current spell in
division
Arucas Arucas Tonono 10th in Subgroup 12A 1985–86 2019–20
Atlético Paso El Paso Municipal de El Paso 3rd in Subgroup 12B 1988–89 2019–20
Buzanada Arona Clementina de Bello 4th in Subgroup 12B 2016–17 2016–17
Gran Tarajal Tuineje Municipal de Gran Tarajal 4th in Subgroup 12A 2019–20 2019–20
Herbania Puerto del Rosario Municipal de Los Pozos Divisiones Regionales 2021–22 2021–22
La Cuadra-Unión Puerto Puerto del Rosario Los Pozos 7th in Subgroup 12A 2015–16 2015–16
Lanzarote Arrecife Ciudad Deportiva 6th in Subgroup 12A 1980–81 2010–11
Las Palmas C Las Palmas Anexo Gran Canaria 3rd in Subgroup 12A 2017–18 2017–18
Las Zocas San Miguel de Abona Juanito Marrero Divisiones Regionales 2000–01 2021–22
Marino Playa de las Américas Antonio Domínguez 10th in 2ªB - Subgroup 4A 1980–81 2021–22
Santa Úrsula Santa Úrsula Argelio Tabares 6th in Subgroup 12B 2014–15 2014–15
Tenerife B[ai] Santa Cruz de Tenerife Centro Insular 5th in Subgroup 12B 1996–97 2010–11
Tenisca Santa Cruz de La Palma Virgen de las Nieves 2nd in Subgroup 12B 1979–80 1979–80
Unión Sur Yaiza Yaiza Municipal Divisiones Regionales 2006–07 2021–22
Unión Viera Las Palmas Alfonso Silva 5th in Subgroup 12A 2012–13 2018–19
Vera Puerto de la Cruz Salvador Ledesma 7th in Subgroup 12B 1988–89 2019–20
Villa de Santa Brígida[aj] Santa Brígida El Guiniguada 9th in Subgroup 12A 2004–05 2009–10

Group 13 -   Region of MurciaEdit

Club Home city Stadium Finishing position
last season
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division
First season of
current spell in
division
Archena Sport Archena La Hoya Divisiones Regionales 2021–22 2021–22
Bala Azul Mazarrón Playa Sol Divisiones Regionales 1993–94 2021–22
Bullense Bullas Nicolás de las Peñas 5th in Subgroup 13A 1998–99 2020–21
Cartagena B Cartagena Cartagonova 2nd in Subgroup 13B 2017–18 2017–18
Cartagena FC[ak] Cartagena Gómez Meseguer 5th in Subgroup 13B 1953–54 2019–20
Ciudad de Murcia[al] Murcia José Barnés 9th in Subgroup 13B 2015–16 2018–19
El Palmar-Estrella Grana El Palmar Municipal de El Palmar 8th in Subgroup 13A 2012–13 2019–20
Huércal-Overa Huércal-Overa El Hornillo 8th in Subgroup 13B 2012–13 2012–13
La Unión La Unión Municipal 4th in Subgroup 13B 2015–16 2020–21
Lorca Deportiva[am] Lorca Francisco Artés Carrasco 10th in 2ªB - Subgroup 4B 2015–16 2021–22
Los Garres Murcia Las Tejeras 4th in Subgroup 13A 2017–18 2017–18
Mazarrón Mazarrón Municipal de Mazarrón 6th in Subgroup 13B 2018–19 2018–19
Minera Llano del Beal, Cartagena Ángel Cedrán 7th in Subgroup 13B 2011–12 2011–12
Murcia Imperial Murcia Campus Universitario 1st in Subgroup 13A 1929–30 2010–11
Racing Murcia Dolores de Pacheco, Torre-Pacheco Polideportivo Municipal 3rd in Subgroup 13B 2020–21 2020–21
UCAM Murcia B Sangonera la Verde El Mayayo 6th in Subgroup 13A 2016–17 2016–17
Yeclano Yecla La Constitución 9th in 2ªB - Subgroup 4B 2006–07 2021–22

Group 14 -   ExtremaduraEdit

Club Home city Stadium Finishing position
last season
First season in
division
First season of
current spell in
division
Aceuchal Aceuchal Municipal de Aceuchal 6th in Subgroup 14A 1984–85 2017–18
Arroyo Arroyo de la Luz Municipal de Arroyo de la Luz 5th in Subgroup 14B 1997–98 2015–16
Azuaga Azuaga Deportes de Azuaga 6th in Subgroup 14B 1983–84 2013–14
Badajoz B Badajoz Nuevo Vivero Divisiones Regionales 2021–22 2021–22
Calamonte Calamonte Municipal de Calamonte 7th in Subgroup 14A 1984–85 2015–16
Diocesano Cáceres Campos de la Federación 2nd in Subgroup 14B 2017–18 2017–18
Don Álvaro Don Álvaro Manuel Barrero Pedro Macias Divisiones Regionales 2021–22 2021–22
Extremadura B Almendralejo Tomás de la Hera 4th in Subgroup 14A 2010–11[an] 2010–11
Jerez Jerez de los Caballeros Manuel Calzado Galván 3rd in Subgroup 14B 1984–85[ao] 2005–06
Llerenense Llerena Fernando Robina 7th in Subgroup 14B 1979–80 2018–19
Miajadas Miajadas Municipal de Miajadas 4th in Subgroup 14B 1989–90 2019–20
Moralo Navalmoral de la Mata Municipal de Navalmoral 3rd in Subgroup 14A 1980–81 2014–15
Olivenza Olivenza Municipal de Olivenza 10th in Subgroup 14B 2013–14 2013–14
Plasencia Plasencia Ciudad Deportiva de Plasencia 5th in Subgroup 14A 1944–45 2016–17
Trujillo Trujillo Julián García de Guadiana 8th in Subgroup 14B 1943–44 2019–20
Villafranca Villafranca de los Barros Municipal Divisiones Regionales 1996–97 2021–22

Group 15 -   NavarreEdit

Club Home city Stadium Finishing position
last season
First season in
division
First season of
current spell in
division
Atlético Cirbonero Cintruénigo San Juan 2nd in Subgroup 15B 1983–84 2004–05
Avance Ezcabarte Igueldea Divisiones Regionales 2018–19 2021–22
Azkoyen Peralta Las Luchas Divisiones Regionales 1952-53 2021–22
Beti Kozkor Lekunberri Plazaola 2nd in Subgroup 15A 2017–18 2017–18
Beti Onak Villava Lorenzo Goikoa 7th in Subgroup 15A 2013–14 2018–19
Burladés Burlada Ripagaina 6th in Subgroup 15A 1980–81 2011–12
Cantolagua Sangüesa Cantolagua 4th in Subgroup 15B 1977–78 2020–21
Corellano Corella José Luis de Arrese 8th in Subgroup 15A 1984–85 2016–17
Cortes Cortes San Francisco Javier 5th in Subgroup 15B 1995–96 2011–12
Egüés Egüés Sarriguren 3rd in Subgroup 15A 1987–87 1986–87
Gares Puente la Reina Osabidea Divisiones Regionales 2017–18 2021–22
Huarte Huarte Areta 4th in Subgroup 15A 1998–99 2003–04
Murchante Murchante San Roque 6th in Subgroup 15B 1997–98 2019–20
Pamplona Pamplona Bidezarra 5th in Subgroup 15A 2009–10 2009–10
Peña Azagresa Azagra Miguel Sola Divisiones Regionales 2008–09 2019–20
Subiza Subiza Sotoburu 8th in Subgroup 15A 2012–13 2014–15
Txantrea Pamplona Chantrea 9th in Subgroup 15A 1962–63 2001–02

Group 16 -   La RiojaEdit

Club Home city Stadium Finishing position
last season
First season in
division
First season of
current spell in
division
Agoncillo Agoncillo San Roque 9th in Subgroup 16A 1999–2000 2020–21
Alfaro Alfaro La Molineta 1st in Subgroup 16A 1959–60 2009–10
Anguiano Anguiano Isla 2nd in Subgroup 16A 2004–05 2004–05
Arnedo Arnedo Sendero 4th in Subgroup 16A 1980–81 2004–05
Atlético Vianés Viana Municipal de Viana 8th in Subgroup 16A 2011–12 2011–12
Berceo Logroño La Isla 7th in Subgroup 16A 1985–86 2017–18
Calahorra B Calahorra La Planilla 4th in Subgroup 16B 2019–20 2019–20
Casalarreina Casalarreina El Soto 6th in Subgroup 16B 2014–15 2019–20
Cenicero Cenicero Las Viñas Divisiones Regionales 2006–07 2021–22
Haro Haro El Mazo 10th in 2ªB - Subgroup 2B 1965–66 2021–22
La Calzada Santo Domingo de La Calzada El Rollo 5th in Subgroup 16A 2012–13 2012–13
Oyonesa Oyón El Espinar 6th in Subgroup 16A 2004–05 2004–05
Rapid Murillo de Río Leza El Rozo Divisiones Regionales 2012–13 2021–22
River Ebro Rincón de Soto San Miguel 7th in Subgroup 16B 1989–90 2004–05
Varea Logroño Municipal de Varea 3rd in Subgroup 16A 1992–93 2010–11
Yagüe Logroño El Salvador 5th in Subgroup 16B 1987–88 2017–18

Group 17 -   AragonEdit

Club Home city Stadium Finishing position
last season
First season in
division
First season of
current spell in
division
Atlético Monzón Monzón Isidro Calderón 7th in Subgroup 17A 1956–57 2017–18
Barbastro Barbastro Municipal de Barbastro 4th in Subgroup 17B 1956–57 2019–20
Belchite 97 Belchite Municipal de Belchite 3rd in Subgroup 17A 2015–16 2015–16
Biescas Biescas Fernando Escartín Divisiones Regionales 1990–91 2021–22
Binéfar Binéfar Los Olmos 6th in Subgroup 17A 1950–51 2014–15
Borja Borja Manuel Meler 5th in Subgroup 17B 2012–13 2012–13
Calamocha Calamocha Jumaya 6th in Subgroup 17B 2018–19 2018–19
Cariñena Cariñena La Platera 8th in Subgroup 17A 2015–16 2020–21
Caspe Caspe Los Rosales Divisiones Regionales 2014–15 2021–22
Cuarte Cuarte de Huerva Municipal de Cuarte de Huerva 2nd in Subgroup 17B 2007–08 2019–20
Deportivo Aragón Zaragoza Ciudad Deportiva 4th in Subgroup 17A 1959–60[ap] 2018–19
Épila Épila La Huerta 8th in Subgroup 17B 1967–68 2020–21
Giner Torrero Zaragoza Torrero Divisiones Regionales 2008–09 2021–22
Illueca Illueca Papa Luna 5th in Subgroup 17A 1986–87 2013–14
Robres Robres San Blas 9th in Subgroup 17B 2011–12 2016–17
Santa Anastasia Santa Anastasia Fontanazas Divisiones Regionales 2021–22 2021–22
Utebo Utebo Santa Ana 3rd in Subgroup 17B 1954–55 1994–95

Group 18 -   Castilla–La ManchaEdit

Club Home city Stadium Finishing position
last season
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division
First season of
current spell in
division
Almansa Almansa Paco Simón 8th in Subgroup 18A 1997–98 2019–20
Atlético Albacete Albacete Andrés Iniesta 1st in Subgroup 18A 1983–84 1998–99
Azuqueca Azuqueca de Henares San Miguel 7th in Subgroup 18B 1984–85 2015–16
Conquense Cuenca La Fuensanta 9th in Subgroup 18B 1946–47 2019–20
Guadalajara Guadalajara Pedro Escartín 4th in Subgroup 18B 1949–50 2016–17
Hogar Alcarreño Guadalajara Fuente la Niña Divisiones Regionales 2021–22 2021–22
Huracán Balazote Balazote Municipal de Barrax 6th in Subgroup 18A 2020–21 2020–21
Illescas Illescas Municipal de Illescas 8th in Subgroup 18B 1987–88 2019–20
La Roda La Roda Municipal de Deportes 5th in Subgroup 18A 2001–02 2017–18
Manchego[aq] Ciudad Real Juan Carlos I 4th in Subgroup 18A 2012–13 2012–13
Miguelturreño Miguelturra Municipal Divisiones Regionales 2006–07 2021–22
Quintanar del Rey Quintanar del Rey San Marcos 3rd in Subgroup 18A 1999–2000 2009–10
San Clemente San Clemente Municipal Divisiones Regionales 2021–22 2021–22
Tarancón Tarancón Municipal de Tarancón 6th in Subgroup 18B 2018–19 2018–19
Torrijos Torrijos San Francisco 3rd in Subgroup 18B 1963–64 2019–20
Villacañas Villacañas Las Pirámides 5th in Subgroup 18B 2005–06 2017–18
Villarrobledo Villarrobledo Nuestra Señora de la Caridad 10th in 2ªB - Subgroup 5B 1980–81 2021–22
Villarrubia Villarrubia de los Ojos Nuevo Municipal 8th in 2ªB - Subgroup 5B 2010–11 2021–22

Women'sEdit

Primera División Femenina teams 2021–22 seasonEdit

Club Home city Stadium Finishing position
last season
First season in
division
First season of
current spell in
division
Alavés Vitoria-Gasteiz Ciudad Deportiva José Luis Compañón 1st in Segunda División Pro - Group North B 2021–22 2021–22
Athletic Bilbao Bilbao Lezama (Field 2) 11th 2002–03 2002–03
Atlético Madrid[ar] Madrid Alcalá de Henares 4th 1989–90 2006–07
Barcelona Barcelona Johan Cruyff 1st 1988–89 2008–09
Eibar[as] Eibar Unbe 14th 1997–98 2020–21
Granadilla Granadilla de Abona La Palmera 6th 2015–16 2015–16
Levante[at] Valencia Buñol 3rd 1996–97 1999–2000
Madrid CFF San Sebastián de los Reyes Nuevo Matapiñonera 7th 2017–18 2017–18
Rayo Vallecano Madrid Ciudad Deportiva 13th 2003–04 2003–04
Real Betis Seville Luis del Sol 12th 2016–17 2016–17
Real Madrid[au] Madrid Alfredo di Stéfano 2nd 2019–20 2019–20
Real Sociedad San Sebastián José Luis Orbegozo 5th 2006–07 2006–07
Sevilla Seville Jesús Navas 8th 2009–10 2017–18
Sporting Huelva Huelva Nuevo Colombino 10th 2006–07 2006–07
Valencia[av] Valencia Antonio Puchades 9th 2007–08 2007–08
Villarreal Villarreal Ciudad Deportiva Villarreal CF 1st in Segunda División Pro - Group South B 2021–22 2021–22

NotesEdit

  1. ^ The former Agrupación Deportiva Almería played in La Liga for the first time in the 1979–80 season. The current Unión Deportiva Almería did it in the 2007–08 season.
  2. ^ a b c Played every season in La Liga.
  3. ^ Located in Andorra.
  4. ^ The original Burgos CF with the same exact name played in Segunda División for the first time in the 1952–53 season. After its dissolvement in 1983 the current Burgos CF was founded in its place and played its first Segunda División campaign in the 2001–02 season.
  5. ^ There have been various clubs from Cartagena that previously played in the Segunda División, however, the current Fútbol Club Cartagena debuted in the 2009–10 season.
  6. ^ The former Club Deportivo Málaga played in Segunda División for the first time in the 1934–35 season. The current Málaga Club de Fútbol did it in the 1998–99 season.
  7. ^ There have been various clubs from Mérida that previously played in Spain, however, the current 'Asociación Deportiva Mérida was founded in 2013.
  8. ^ Not to be confused with UD Logroñés.
  9. ^ Not to be confused with SD Logroñés.
  10. ^ a b After the dissolution of Unión Deportiva Orensana which never played in Segunda RFEF, Club Deportivo Ourense was founded in its place, it then debuted in Segunda RFEF for the 1977–78 season. After this club's folding in 2014, two successors rose: The former Ponte Ourense Club de Fútbol changed its name to the current Ourense Club de Fútbol and a new Unión Deportiva Ourense started from scratch. This establishment is the only of the two to have played in Segunda RFEF, debuting in the 2022–23 season. All of the mentioned clubs shared the same O Couto stadium during their existence. Cite error: The named reference "fn4" was defined multiple times with different content (see the help page).
  11. ^ As Real Oviedo Aficionados.
  12. ^ Played as Racing de Santander B from 1993 until 2019.
  13. ^ As Unió Esportiva Llagostera.
  14. ^ As Mallorca Atlético.
  15. ^ As Club Deportivo Mestalla.
  16. ^ The former Polideportivo Ejido played in Segunda División RFEF for the first time in the 1991–92 season. The current Club Deportivo El Ejido 2012 did it in the 2016–17 season.
  17. ^ The former Agrupación Deportiva Mar Menor-San Javier played in Segunda División RFEF for the first time in the 1996–97 season. The current Mar Menor Football Club did it in the 2021–22 season.
  18. ^ The former Yeclano Club de Fútbol played in Segunda RFEF for the first time in the 1990–91 season. The current Yeclano Deportivo did it in the 2010–11 season.
  19. ^ As Atlético Madrileño Club de Fútbol.
  20. ^ Not to be confused with Melilla CD which currently plays in Tercera División RFEF.
  21. ^ The former Fabril Sociedad Deportiva played in Tercera División for the first time in the 1954–55 season. The current Deportivo Fabril did it in the 1963–64 season.
  22. ^ The former Club Deportivo San Martín played in Tercera División for the first time in the 1953–54 season. The current Escuela de Iniciación San Martín did it in the 2017–18 season.
  23. ^ Peralada acted as Girona FC's reserve team from 2016 to 2019, under the name of Club de Fútbol Peralada-Girona B.
  24. ^ Hércules CF has had various reserve teams in the past. However, none of them share any relation between each other, therefore, the current Hércules Club de Fútbol "B" is a sole team.
  25. ^ Fuenlabrada Promesas bought out the place of Flat Earth FC to be in Tercera División RFEF
  26. ^ Pozuelo de Alarcón was founded upon a merger of two former clubs from the same city: Unión Deportiva Pozuelo and Club de Fútbol Parque Atlético Pozuelo. Unión Deportiva Pozuelo had previously debuted in Tercera División for the 1987–88 season.
  27. ^ Torrejón was founded upon a merger of two former clubs from the same city: Agrupación Deportiva Torrejón and Torrejón Club de Fútbol. Both teams had previously debuted in Tercera División.
  28. ^ Villaverde San Andrés was founded upon a merger of two former clubs from the same city: Sociedad Recreativa Boetticher y Navarro and Sociedad Recreativa Villaverde Club de Fútbol. the now-merged club started out with the name of Sociedad Recreativa Villaverde Boetticher Club de Fútbol. Sociedad Recreativa Boetticher y Navarro had previously debuted in Tercera División for the 1960–61 season. The new club went on to rename itself to its current name: Villaverde San Andrés in 2017 having made their own Tercera División debut in the 1989–90 season.
  29. ^ The former Sociedad Deportiva Gimnástica Arandina played in Tercera División for the first time in the 1956–57 season. The current Arandina Club de Fútbol did it in the 1988–89 season.
  30. ^ The former Unión Deportiva Salamanca B played in Tercera División for the first time in the 1956–57 season. The current Salamanca Club de Fútbol B did it in the 2019–20 season.
  31. ^ The former Motril Club de Fútbol played in Tercera División for the first time in the 1988–89 season. The current Club de Fútbol Motril did it in the 2016–17 season.
  32. ^ Puente Genil is the nickname for Club Deportivo Asociación Deportiva San Fermín Salerm Cosmetics, the club has gone through many name changes throughout the years. Regardless, the club debuted in Tercera División in the 1955–56 season as Club Deportivo Pontanés.
  33. ^ As Mallorca Atlético.
  34. ^ As Club Deportivo Montuïri.
  35. ^ Tenerife B is a merger of Club Deportivo Tenerife "Aficionados" and Unión Deportiva Salud, both teams had previously played in Tercera División, the current Club Deportivo Tenerife B debuted in Tercera in the 1996–97 season.
  36. ^ Villa de Santa Brígida is a merger of Club Deportivo Santa Brígida and Sociedad Deportiva Santa Brígida, both teams had previously played in Tercera División, the current Unión Deportiva Villa de Santa Brígida debuted in Tercera in the 2004–05 season.
  37. ^ After the dissolution of the original Cartagena Club de Fútbol in 1952, the local Cartagenera Football Club renamed to Unión Deportiva Cartagenera and a new Fútbol Club Cartaganova was founded in 1995. Cartagenera changed its name twice: To Club Deportivo Cartagena in 1961 and to Cartagena Fútbol Club in 1974, its present-day name; the club went on to become the reserve team of the newer Fútbol Club Cartagena two times from 2002 to 2014, going back and forth from an independent club to a B-team. Club Deportivo Cartagena also went through a name change in 2003 where it adopted its latest name of Fútbol Club Cartagena. Cartagena Fútbol Club debuted in Tercera División in the 1953–54 season while the newer Fútbol Club Cartagena did it in the 1996–97 season.
  38. ^ After the dissolution of the original Club de Fútbol Ciudad de Murcia in 2006, a new Club de Fútbol Atlético Ciudad was founded in 2007 but lasted three years until the founding of the current Club de Accionariado Popular Ciudad de Murcia in its place. All teams had previously had their debuts in Tercera División in the 2000–01 season and the 2007–08 season respectively. The current club made their first appearance in the division in the 2015–16 season.
  39. ^ The former Lorca Deportiva Club de Fútbol played in Tercera División for the first time in the 2002–03 season. The current Club de Fútbol Lorca Deportiva did it in the 2015–16 season.
  40. ^ As Club Atlético San José Promesas.
  41. ^ As Club Polideportivo Vasco Núñez.
  42. ^ As Juventud Club de Fútbol.
  43. ^ After the dissolution of the original Club Deportivo Manchego which first played in Tercera División in the 1943–44 season, Manchego Ciudad Real Club de Fútbol was founded in its place, it then debuted in Tercera for the 2003–04 season. After this club's folding in 2009, the current Club Deportivo Manchego Ciudad Real was founded as Club Deportivo Ciudad Real, changing to its current name in 2016. The club first played in the division in the and 2012–13 season.
  44. ^ Formerly named Atlético Villa de Madrid until 1992 and Atlético Féminas until 2016.
  45. ^ Formerly named Eibartarrak Futbol Taldea until 2009.
  46. ^ Formerly named CFF San Vicente until 1998.
  47. ^ Formerly named CD TACÓN until 2020.
  48. ^ Formerly named DSV Colegio Alemán until 2009.

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