Primera División (women)

The Primera División de la Liga de Fútbol Femenino, also known as Primera Iberdrola (formerly Liga Femenina Iberdrola) for sponsorship reasons, is the highest level of league competition for women's football in Spain. Previously known as Superliga Femenina, División de Honor and Liga Nacional, it is the women's equivalent of the men's La Liga and is run by the Real Federación Española de Fútbol (RFEF). As one of the top six national leagues ranked by Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) coefficient, it is considered one of the most important women's leagues in Europe. Starting with the 2021–22 edition, as determined by the UEFA women's coefficient, the top three teams will qualify for the UEFA Women's Champions League.

Primera División
Liga Iberdrola.png
Founded1988
CountrySpain
ConfederationUEFA
Number of teams18
Level on pyramid1
Relegation toSegunda División
Domestic cup(s)Copa de la Reina
International cup(s)UEFA Champions League
Current championsBarcelona (5th title)
(2019–20)
Most championshipsAthletic Club
Barcelona
(5 titles each)
TV partnersGol
Barça TV
LaLiga Sports TV
Teledeporte
Real Madrid TV
WebsiteWebsite
Current: 2020–21 Primera División

The league was founded in 1988 and has operated every year since, although it has undergone several changes of format and name. A total of 12 different clubs have been champions; Athletic Club and Barcelona have won the most championships, with five each.

HistoryEdit

Liga NacionalEdit

The league was founded in 1988 as Liga Nacional, formed by Olímpico Fortuna, Puente Castro, Parque Alcobendas, Santa María Atlético, Vallès Occidental, RCD Español, FC Barcelona, CE Sabadell and Peña Barcelonista Barcilona.

División de HonorEdit

Starting in the 1996-97 season the league was divided into 4 groups. The group winners played a semi-final and final to decide the champion.

SuperligaEdit

 
Old logo of the league.

For the 2001–02 season the league was renamed the Superliga and the competition system was changed from the group format to a double round-robin, with each team playing the other teams twice, once away and once at home. The league in this period consisted of 14 teams. The 2008–09 season kept the double round-robin format as the league increased from 14 to 16 teams.

In the 2009–10 season the Superliga increased from 16 to 24 teams, causing criticism by teams and players who feared a decline in the quality of competition. The Superliga was divided into 3 groups of 7 to 8 teams each, with geographically nearby teams placed into each group to minimize travel.[1] In the first stage of the season, each team played each other team in its group twice. In the second stage, the best two of each group as well as the two best third-place finishers went into group A and the other teams were divided into groups B and C based on a predefined key. Again a double round-robin was played within each group. All Group A teams and the three best finishers of Group B and C qualified for the Copa de la Reina, and the two best teams in Group A played each other in a two-legged final for the season's championship. Rayo Vallecano won the 2009-10 and 2010-11 finals, both times against RCD Espanyol. In the 2009-10 season, two teams had to withdraw from the league for financial reasons.

Primera DivisiónEdit

Starting in the 2011–12 season, the league was renamed to Primera División and the group-based system was eliminated; 18 teams played double round-robin to decide the champion. The size was reduced to 16 teams for the 2012–13 season. Before the 2016–17 season, the RFEF agreed to a sponsorship by Iberdrola, renaming the league Liga Iberdrola.[2] This was slightly changed to Primera Iberdrola in 2019.

On 10 June 2020 the Primera División was granted professionalized league status.[3]

TeamsEdit

Location of Community of Madrid teams in 2020–21 Primera División
Canary Islands location of the 2020–21 Primera División teams

Eibar and Santa Teresa promoted from Segunda División Pro. Tacón changed its name to Real Madrid after being absorbed by the namesake club.

Stadiums and locationsEdit

Team Home city Stadium
Athletic Club   Bilbao Lezama
Atlético de Madrid   Madrid Centro Deportivo Wanda
Barcelona   Barcelona Johan Cruyff
Betis   Seville Luis del Sol
Deportivo   A Coruña Abegondo
Eibar   Eibar Unbe
Espanyol   Barcelona Dani Jarque
Granadilla   Granadilla de Abona La Palmera
Levante   Valencia Ciudad Deportiva
Logroño   Logroño Las Gaunas
Madrid CFF   San Sebastián de los Reyes Nuevo Matapiñonera
Rayo Vallecano   Madrid Ciudad Deportiva
Real Madrid   Madrid Ciudad Real Madrid
Real Sociedad   San Sebastián Zubieta
Santa Teresa   Badajoz El Vivero
Sevilla   Seville Jesús Navas
Sporting de Huelva   Huelva La Orden
Valencia   Valencia Antonio Puchades

List of championsEdit

The following list shows all champions of the Spanish women's football league.[4] Before creation of the league, from 1983 to 1988 the Copa de la Reina de Fútbol winners were the Spanish Champions.

Season Teams Champion Points Runner-up Points Third place Points
Liga Nacional
1988–89 9 Peña Barcilona 24 Parque Alcobendas 21 Español 20
1989–90 12 Atlético Villa de Madrid 43 Peña Barcilona 39 Español 30
1990–91 8 Oiartzun 20 Atlético Villa de Madrid 20 Añorga 20
1991–92 8 Añorga 27 CF Barcelona 19 Oiartzun 17
1992–93 7 Oroquieta Villaverde 24 Añorga 21 CF Barcelona 20
1993–94 10 Oroquieta Villaverde 49 Añorga 42 CF Barcelona 40
1994–95 10 Añorga 48 Oroquieta Villaverde 40 Espanyol 34
1995–96 9 Añorga 36 Oroquieta Villaverde 31 Espanyol 30
División de Honor
1996–97 Sant Vicent [a] Añorga - AD Guillén Lafuerza -
1997–98 45 Atlético Málaga [b] Sant Vicent - -
1998–99 50 Oroquieta Villaverde [c] Puebla - -
1999–2000 50 Puebla [d] Torrejón - -
2000–01 56 Levante [e] Eibartarrak - -
Superliga
2001–02 11 Levante 57 Puebla 51 Espanyol 37
2002–03 12 Athletic Club 55 Levante 55 Puebla 46
2003–04 14 Athletic Club 60 Sabadell 58 Levante 58
2004–05 14 Athletic Club 66[f] Levante 63 Espanyol 57
2005–06 13 Espanyol 60 Híspalis[g] 60 Levante 55
2006–07 14 Athletic Club 64 Espanyol 63 Levante 55
2007–08 14 Levante 71 Rayo Vallecano 71 Athletic Club 53
2008–09 16 Rayo Vallecano 81 Levante 76 Athletic Club 65
2009–10 22 Rayo Vallecano [h] Espanyol - Athletic Club -
2010–11 23 Rayo Vallecano [i] Espanyol - Athletic Club -
Primera División
2011–12 18 Barcelona 94 Athletic Club 91 Espanyol 76
2012–13 16 Barcelona 76 Athletic Club 74 Atlético de Madrid 68
2013–14 16 Barcelona 79 Athletic Club 69 Atlético de Madrid 54
2014–15 16 Barcelona 77 Atlético de Madrid 69 Athletic Club 65
2015–16 16 Athletic Club 78 Barcelona 77 Atlético de Madrid 69
2016–17 16 Atlético de Madrid 78[j] Barcelona 75 Valencia 68
2017–18 16 Atlético de Madrid 77 Barcelona 76 Athletic Club 56
2018–19 16 Atlético de Madrid 84 Barcelona 78 Levante 57
2019–20[k] 16 Barcelona 59[l] Atlético de Madrid 50 Levante 45
  1. ^ Played with teams divided into groups, the title was decided in a final group played by the four group winners in a double legged round-robin tournament.
  2. ^ Played with teams divided into groups, the title was decided in a single-game final where Atlético Málaga beat Sant Vicènt by 2–0.
  3. ^ Played with teams divided into groups, the title was decided in a single-game final where Oroquieta Villaverde beat Irex Puebla.
  4. ^ Played with teams divided into groups, the title was decided in a single-game final where Irex Puebla beat Torrejón in the penalty shootout after a draw by 0–0.
  5. ^ Played with teams divided into groups, the title was decided in a single-game final where Levante beat Eibartarrak by 4–0.
  6. ^ Unbeaten season (26 matches).
  7. ^ Sevilla FC participated as sponsor of CD Híspalis, before creating its own team in 2008.
  8. ^ Played with teams divided into groups, the title was decided in a double-legged final where Rayo Vallecano won 1–0 and 1–1.
  9. ^ Played with teams divided into groups, the title was decided in a double-legged final where Rayo Vallecano won 2–2 and 1–2.
  10. ^ Unbeaten season (30 matches).
  11. ^ Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the season ended prematurely.
  12. ^ Unbeaten season (21 matches).

Performance by clubEdit

Since the inception of the SuperligaEdit

Teams Winners Runners-Up Winning years
Barcelona 5 4 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2020
Athletic Club 5 3 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2016
Atlético de Madrid 3 2 2017, 2018, 2019
Rayo Vallecano 3 1 2009, 2010, 2011
Levante 2 3 2002, 2008
Espanyol 1 3 2006
Puebla 0 1
Sabadell 0 1
Híspalis 0 1

OverallEdit

 
Athletic Club celebrating its fourth title, won in 2007
Teams Winners Runners-Up Winning years
Barcelona 5 5 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2020
Athletic Club 5 3 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2016
Levante 4 4 1997,[a] 2001, 2002, 2008
Atlético de Madrid 4 3 1990,[b] 2017, 2018, 2019
Añorga 3 3 1992, 1995, 1996
Oroquieta Villaverde 3 2 1993, 1994, 1999
Rayo Vallecano 3 1 2009, 2010, 2011
Espanyol 1 3 2006
Puebla[c] 1 2 2000
Peña Barcilona 1 1 1989
Oiartzun 1 0 1991
Atlético Málaga[d] 1 0 1998
Sabadell 0 1
Parque Alcobendas 0 1
Torrejón 0 1
Eibartarrak[e] 0 1
Híspalis 0 1

Marked in italic those teams that won the Copa de la Reina that season

  1. ^ Title won as Sant Vicent València CFF.
  2. ^ Title won as Atlético Villa de Madrid.
  3. ^ Currently Extremadura UD.
  4. ^ Currently Málaga CF.
  5. ^ Currently SD Eibar.

All-time Primera División tableEdit

Liga Nacional (1988–1996)Edit

Rank Club S P W D L GF GA GD Pts Win %[a]
1 Añorga KKE 6 92 73 4 15 348 102 +246 150 81.52%
2 CD Oroquieta Villaverde 7 112 66 16 30 304 182 +122 148 66.07%
3 CF Barcelona 8 129 58 26 45 261 226 +35 142 55.04%
4 RCD Español 5 88 47 18 23 223 139 +84 112 63.64%
5 CE Sabadell 7 114 47 18 51 249 249 0 112 49.12%
6 Atletico Villa de Madrid 3 50 32 8 10 190 100 +90 72 72%
7 Peña Barcelonista Barcilona 3 50 33 6 11 134 64 +70 72 72%
8 CD Sondika 3 52 23 8 21 152 107 +45 54 51.92%
9 FFP Parque Alcobendas 5 87 19 16 52 136 316 -180 54 31.03%
10 Olímpico Fortuna 3 53 19 8 26 102 123 -21 46 43.4%
11 Oiartzun KE 2 28 17 3 8 83 41 +42 37 66.07%
12 Puente Castro FC 4 69 14 8 47 122 267 -145 36 26.09%
13 CFF Tradehi 5 59 9 7 73 70 200 -130 25 21.19%
14 CF PubliSport 1 21 8 4 9 41 53 -12 20 47.62%
15 CFF Vallès Occidental 1 16 8 2 6 35 24 +14 18 56.25%
16 CF Llers 2 28 7 4 17 42 82 +40 18 32.14%
17 CD Anaitasuna 1 18 6 3 9 37 32 +5 15 41.67%
18 EFAV La Chimenea 1 21 6 1 14 44 70 -26 13 30.95%
19 Atlético Málaga 1 16 4 4 8 22 27 -5 12 37.5%
20 CFF Athenas 2 30 1 9 20 20 113 -93 10 18.33%
21 Universidad Complutense 1 21 1 3 17 24 79 -55 5 11.9%
22 Atlético Santa María del Camí 1 16 1 2 13 13 54 -35 4 12.5%

División de Honor (1996–2001)Edit

Almost 100 clubs participated during the 5 seasons that this league format lasted.

Group stagesEdit

Group 1 (North) Group 2 (East) Group 3 (Centre) Group 4 (South)[b]
Rank Club S P W D L GF GA GD Pts Win %
1 Sant Vicent CCF / Levante UD 5 127 112 8 7 743 69 +674 232 91.34%
2 RCD Espanyol 5 127 99 18 10 563 99 +464 216 85.04%
3 CF Barcelona 5 127 97 12 27 511 184 +327 206 81.1%
4 Eibartarrak 5 124 91 20 13 477 133 +344 202 81.45%
5 SD Lagunak 5 124 86 23 15 420 145 +275 195 78.63%
6 CF Llers 5 127 80 13 34 426 236 +190 173 68.11%
7 Oiartzun KE 5 124 69 23 32 426 236 +192 161 64.92%
8 CD Sondika 4 100 73 14 13 325 126 +199 160 80%
9 Añorga KKE 5 124 61 31 32 327 167 +160 153 61.69%
10 EF Madrid Oeste Boadilla 4 94 72 8 14 397 109 +288 152 80.85%
11 CD Oroquieta Villaverde 5 114 69 11 34 343 166 +227 149 65.35%
12 UE Cornellà 5 127 64 20 55 270 299 -29 148 58.27%
13 Rayo Burgalés / CD Nuestra Señora de Belén 5 114 62 21 31 280 171 +109 145 63.6%
14 UE L'Estartit 4 101 66 12 23 330 168 +162 144 71.29%
15 CE Sabadell 4 101 65 13 23 341 154 +187 143 70.79%
16 León FF 5 114 55 19 50 285 246 -61 129 47.81%
17 CFF Bilbao 5 124 45 26 53 250 265 -15 116 46.77%
18 CFF Puebla 3 61 55 4 2 358 48 +310 114 93.44%
19 CD Lagun Onak 5 124 44 25 55 231 262 -31 113 45.56%
20 CD Anaitasuna 5 124 44 23 57 226 281 -55 111 44.76%
21 CD Tortosa 5 127 40 22 65 254 453 -199 102 40.16%
22 AD Torrejón CF 2 52 48 3 1 303 36 +267 99 95.19%
23 Peña Azul Oviedo 5 114 40 16 58 194 286 -92 96 42.11%
24 CF Pozuelo de Alarcón 2 52 46 3 3 305 49 +256 95 41.67%
25 AFF Butarque 3 62 42 11 9 204 67 +137 95 41.67%
26 Trofeo La Amistad 5 100 39 16 48 177 228 -51 94 47%
27 CD Híspalis 3 61 41 9 11 213 97 +116 91 74.59%
28 CD Olímpico Rosillo 75 3 62 40 11 21 191 132 +59 91 39.91%
29 Bizkerre FT 4 100 34 22 44 205 216 -11 90 45%
30 CF Pardinyes 5 127 31 27 68 205 393 -188 89 35.04%
31 CFF Estudiantes de Huelva 3 61 40 8 13 187 100 +87 88 72.13%
32 CD Municipal de Corella 3 74 32 13 29 121 125 -4 77 52.03%
33 Sporting de Gijón / EF Mareo 5 114 28 21 36 151 361 -172 77 33.77%
34 Terrassa FC 4 101 29 17 55 158 299 -141 75 37.13%
35 FCF Atlético Jiennense 4 61 28 9 24 195 152 +43 55 71.31%
36 AD Guillén Lafuerza 2 42 26 4 12 134 90 +44 56 66.67%
37 UD Tres Cantos 3 72 20 16 36 134 225 -91 56 38.89%
38 Mondragón CF 3 78 21 12 45 117 221 -104 54 34.62%
39 Atlético Málaga 2 28 23 3 2 110 14 +96 49 87.5%
40 CD Fray Albino 2 43 22 5 16 127 72 +55 49 56.98%
41 CD Nueva Ciudad 2 43 20 8 15 129 102 +27 48 55.81%
42 AD Peña Nuestra Señora de la Antigua 2 43 21 3 19 108 98 +10 45 52.33%
43 Club Internacional de la Amistad 3 62 14 11 37 62 178 -116 39 31.45%
44 CD San Roque 1 23 17 2 4 111 46 +65 36 78.26%
45 Athenas FF 3 77 12 8 57 71 249 -178 32 20.78%
46 CD Ribert 3 68 9 13 46 70 221 -151 31 22.79%
47 Torrent CF 2 51 12 6 33 85 170 -85 30 29.41%
48 Atlético Juval 3 40 11 7 22 60 104 -44 29 36.25%
49 ACRD Ñaque 2 43 9 9 25 58 125 -67 27 31.4%
50 Sporting Plaza de Argel 2 51 10 5 36 71 204 -133 25 24.51%
51 AD San Juan 2 50 9 5 36 81 215 -134 23 23%
52 Olímpico Fortuna 1 20 10 2 8 66 42 +24 22 55%
53 Casa Social Católica de Ávila 1 26 8 6 12 46 76 -30 22 42.31%
54 Montilla CF 3 38 9 4 25 61 152 -91 22 28.95%
55 Gernika Club 2 52 7 8 37 49 173 -124 22 21.15%
56 UE Breda 2 52 7 8 37 65 198 -133 22 21.15%
57 Gure Txoko KE 1 26 7 5 14 39 31 +5 19 36.54%
58 CD Coslada 1 26 6 6 14 42 76 -34 18 34.62%
59 Atlanta-El Raval FC 2 39 7 4 28 49 198 -144 18 23.08%
60 Club Atlético General Lamadrid 2 42 7 5 30 57 147 -90 18 21.43%
61 CDFB L'Eliana 1 26 6 5 15 51 82 -31 17 32.69%
62 Zarautz KE 1 24 6 4 14 33 52 -19 16 33.33%
63 CD Larre 1 26 6 3 17 48 93 -45 15 28.85%
64 CD Blanes 1 26 6 3 17 35 94 -59 15 28.85%
65 CD Canillas 1 26 6 3 17 36 103 -67 15 28.85%
66 UD Eurosol 2 28 6 2 20 33 96 -63 14 25%
67 AD Las Mercedes 1 23 5 3 15 39 75 -36 13 28.26%
68 SD Retuerto 1 24 5 3 16 35 83 -48 13 27.08%
69 CF Carbayedo 1 26 5 3 18 37 81 -44 13 25%
70 El Palo FC 2 28 5 3 20 30 98 -68 13 23.21%
71 CD Elgoibar 1 24 4 4 16 38 89 -51 12 25%
72 SE Mercat Nou Magòria 1 26 5 2 19 27 107 -80 12 23.08%
73 AAVV Nueva Elipa 1 26 3 6 17 41 124 -83 12 23.08%
74 Montjuïc 1 26 4 4 18 29 123 -94 12 23.08%
75 CD Dunboa-Eguzki 1 22 4 3 15 34 87 -53 11 25%
76 CD Miguelturreño 1 26 3 5 18 33 99 -66 11 21.15%
77 AE La Canya 1 24 3 4 17 27 85 -58 10 19.23%
78 CD Amaya 1 28 2 5 21 24 109 -85 9 16.07%
79 CD Ronda 2 43 2 5 36 59 273 -214 9 10.47%
80 Peña Deportiva Rociera 1 23 3 2 18 29 95 -66 8 17.39%
81 CD Trinitat 1 26 1 6 19 26 88 -61 8 15.38%
82 Atlètic Gavanova 1 24 2 4 18 30 131 -101 8 15.38%
83 CDF Trobajo del Camino 2 46 3 2 41 44 203 -66 8 8.7%
84 Mutriku FT 1 24 2 3 19 32 87 -55 7 14.58%
85 UD 77 Taxonera 1 26 3 1 22 34 125 -91 7 13.46%
86 AD Virgen de la Chanca 1 20 0 4 16 17 93 -76 4 10%
87 UE Deltebre 1 26 1 2 23 29 164 -135 4 7.69%
88 Ikesi CF 1 28 1 2 25 20 107 -87 4 7.14%
89 Motril CF 1 10 0 2 8 2 29 -27 2 10%
90 AD Cortijos de Marín 1 18 1 0 17 21 60 -39 2 5.56%
91 Luarca CF 1 22 0 2 20 7 122 -15 2 4.55%
92 CD Gazteria 1 24 0 1 23 13 226 -213 1 1.79%

Final phasesEdit

Club S P W D L GF GA GD Pts Win %
Sant Vicent CCF/Levante UD 4 11 7 1 3 28 15 +13 15 68.18%
Añorga KKE 1 6 3 1 2 15 7 +8 7 58.33%
CFF Puebla 3 5 2 1 2 10 13 -3 5 50%
Atlético Málaga 1 2 2 0 0 3 0 +3 4 100%
CD Oroquieta Villaverde 2 3 2 0 1 9 4 +5 4 66.67%
AD Guillén Lafuerza 1 6 1 2 3 8 11 -3 4 33.33%
AD Torrejón CF 1 2 1 1 0 1 0 +1 3 75%
CD Híspalis 1 6 1 1 4 9 20 -11 3 25%
Eibartarrak 2 3 1 0 2 6 11 -5 2 33.33%
CD Sondika 1 1 0 1 0 2 2 0 1 50%
SD Lagunak 1 1 0 0 1 3 4 -1 0 0%
RCD Espanyol 1 1 0 0 1 2 3 -1 0 0%
CF Pozuelo de Alarcón 1 1 0 0 1 2 8 -6 0 0%

Superliga (2001–2011)Edit

This table includes all games played since the 2001–02 season to 2010–11 season, when the Superliga recovered its format of a single group after several years with four groups and the group winners playing a Final Four. For a timeline of each team's league record, see List of women's football clubs in Spain.

Superliga 2001-09Edit

Rank Club S P W D L GF GA GD Pts Win %
1 Levante UD 8 200 155 23 22 649 127 +522 333 83.25%
2 Athletic Club 7 180 127 23 30 552 208 +344 277 76.94%
3 RCD Espanyol 8 200 127 21 62 567 300 +267 275 68.75%
4 CFF Puebla / Extremadura FCF 8 200 98 26 78 413 333 +80 222 55.5%
5 Rayo Vallecano 6 158 103 15 40 403 223 +180 221 61.39%
6 AD Torrejón CF 8 200 94 28 78 401 366 +35 216 59%
7 CD Híspalis 8 170 64 20 86 327 439 -112 148 43.53%
8 CFF Estudiantes de Huelva 5 118 50 19 49 284 241 +43 119 50.42%
9 CE Sabadell 4 94 50 15 29 292 175 +117 115 61.17%
10 SD Lagunak 5 132 39 20 73 164 265 -101 98 37.12%
11 Oviedo Moderno CF 7 170 34 30 106 184 422 -238 98 28.82%
12 FC Barcelona 4 106 34 20 52 155 200 -45 88 41.51%
13 Transportes Alcaine / Prainsa Zaragoza 3 80 25 14 41 103 155 -52 64 40%
14 Real Sociedad 3 82 23 17 42 81 144 -63 63 38.41%
15 CF Pozuelo de Alarcón 5 124 24 14 86 173 391 -218 32 25%
16 CD Nuestra Señora de Belén 4 94 22 7 65 109 357 -248 51 27.13%
17 Atlético de Madrid 2 52 19 10 23 67 88 -21 48 46.15%
19 UE L'Estartit 2 56 19 8 29 87 118 -31 46 44.23%
20 Sporting de Huelva 2 56 15 16 25 71 105 -34 46 41.07%
21 AD DSV-Colegio Alemán 2 56 14 5 37 75 140 -65 33 29.46%
22 Atletico Málaga 1 30 8 2 20 33 84 -51 18 30%
23 AD Peña Nuestra Señora de la Antigua 3 68 5 5 58 50 280 -230 15 25%
24 Gijón FF 1 24 0 0 23 19 96 -77 1 1.67%

Superliga 2009-11Edit

Rank Club S P W D L GF GA GD Pts Win %
1 Rayo Vallecano 2 56 43 8 6 202 51 +151 94 83.93%
2 RCD Espanyol 2 58 43 7 8 202 45 +157 93 83.04%
3 Athletic Club 2 56 39 7 10 165 58 +107 93 75.89%
4 SD Lagunak 2 52 27 13 12 86 52 +34 67 64.42%
5 FC Barcelona 2 54 28 9 17 95 55 +40 65 60.19%
6 AD Torrejón CF 2 50 26 11 13 104 63 +41 63 63%
7 Atlético de Madrid 2 52 26 10 16 104 78 +26 62 59.62%
8 Prainsa Zaragoza 2 56 26 7 23 108 79 +29 59 52.68%
9 Real Sociedad 2 56 24 11 21 95 84 +11 59 52.68%
10 Levate UD 2 52 25 7 20 86 68 +18 57 50.89%
11 Sporting de Huelva 2 50 25 4 21 115 86 +29 54 54%
12 Valencia CF 2 52 24 6 22 119 107 +12 54 51.92%
13 Oviedo Moderno CF 2 54 23 8 23 93 95 -2 54 50%
14 UE L'Estartit 2 50 24 5 21 107 82 +25 53 53%
15 UD Collerense 2 50 20 10 20 89 87 +2 50 50%
16 Sevilla FC 2 48 21 7 20 82 81 +1 49 51.04%
17 UD Las Palmas 2 50 14 6 20 80 114 -34 34 34%
18 Atlético Málaga 2 50 12 10 28 50 140 -90 34 34%
19 CE Sant Gabriel 1 28 11 4 13 50 77 -27 26 46.43%
20 SD Reocín 1 28 9 7 12 42 62 -20 25 44.64%
21 SD Eibar 2 54 4 9 41 50 175 -125 17 15.74%
22 Real Valladolid 2 52 4 8 40 40 167 -127 16 15.38%
23 Real Jaén 1 24 3 2 19 23 81 -58 8 16.67%
24 Gimnàstic de Tarragona 2 52 2 2 48 25 225 -200 6 5.77%

Primera División (2011–present)Edit

Rank Club S P W D L GF GA GD Pts Win %
1 FC Barcelona 9 265 221 28 16 859 110 +749 470 88.68%
2 Atlético de Madrid 9 265 189 47 29 666 216 +450 425 80.19%
3 Athletic Club 9 265 176 43 46 622 251 +371 395 74.53%
4 Levante UD 9 265 145 55 65 464 286 +178 345 65.09%
5 Rayo Vallecano 9 265 111 53 101 434 408 +26 275 51.89%
6 Real Sociedad 9 265 105 63 97 394 327 +67 273 51.51%
7 Valencia CF 9 265 105 54 106 414 341 +73 264 49.81%
8 RCD Espanyol 9 265 90 63 112 375 406 -31 143 45.85%
9 Sporting de Huelva 9 265 94 55 116 345 420 -75 143 45.85%
10 Transportes Alcaine / Zaragoza CFF 7 214 65 40 109 293 460 -167 170 39.72%
11 UD Granadilla Tenerife 5 141 66 27 48 220 193 +27 159 56.38%
12 Sevilla FC 6 171 42 27 102 184 347 -163 111 32.46%
13 Real Betis 4 111 42 22 47 148 156 -8 106 47.75%
14 CE Sant Gabriel 4 124 38 20 66 163 230 -67 96 38.71%
15 UD Collerense 5 154 35 26 93 206 379 -173 96 31.17%
16 Fundación Albacete 5 150 31 31 88 202 358 -156 93 31%
17 Santa Teresa CD 4 120 32 25 63 124 229 -105 89 37.08%
18 Madrid CFF 3 81 23 13 45 87 166 -79 59 36.42%
19 Oviedo Moderno CF 3 90 16 25 49 86 180 -94 57 31.67%
20 FC Levante Las Planas 2 60 15 9 36 61 120 -59 49 40.83%
21 EDF Logroño 2 51 16 10 25 69 101 -32 42 41.18%
22 SP Comarca Los Llanos de Olivenza 2 64 13 10 36 69 139 -70 36 28.13%
23 Atlético Málaga / Málaga CF 2 64 12 12 40 61 158 -97 36 28.13%
24 Oiartzun KE 2 60 10 12 38 47 141 -94 32 26.67%
25 Deportivo La Coruña 1 21 11 4 6 46 38 +8 26 61.9%
26 SD Lagunak 2 64 9 5 50 45 202 -157 23 17.97%
27 UE L'Estartit 1 34 8 5 21 35 74 -39 21 30.88%
28 CD Tacón 1 21 6 5 10 33 48 -15 17 40.48%
29 Granada CF 1 30 5 7 18 41 81 -40 17 28.33%
30 FVPR El Olivo 1 34 5 4 25 43 112 -69 14 20.59%
31 UD Tacuense 1 30 3 6 21 22 85 -63 12 17.65%
32 SD Reocín 1 34 2 3 29 30 126 -96 7 10.29%

RecordsEdit

Records in this section refer to Primera División from its founding in 1988 through to the present.

ClubsEdit

  • Most appearances: 29 seasons, RCD Espanyol
  • Most matches played: 739, RCD Espanyol
  • Most wins overall: 410, FC Barcelona
  • Most goals scored: 1970, Levante UD
  • Most wins in a season overall: 31, FC Barcelona (2011-12)
  • Most league goals scored in a season: 119, FC Barcelona (2011-12)
  • Best win percentage in a season overall: 95% (19w-0d-1l), Levante UD (2001-02)
  • Most points in a season overall: 94 (3 points for a win), FC Barcelona (2011-12)

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ A draw counts as a ½ win
  2. ^ results of the 1996-97 season are not quantified

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Reunión Comisión Mixta de seguimiento de la Superliga Archived 11 October 2009 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ "Iberdrola patrocinará la Primera División Femenina" (in Spanish). La Liga. 22 August 2016. Retrieved 22 August 2016.
  3. ^ https://www.seattletimes.com/sports/womens-soccer-gains-professional-status-in-spain/
  4. ^ "Spain - List of Women's Champions". RSSSF. 2010. Retrieved 8 May 2011.

External linksEdit