Uruguayan Segunda División

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Segunda División Profesional [1] is the second division of professional football in Uruguay, established in 1942. The league is sometimes referred to as Primera B. Segunda División was first held in 1942 to replace amateur Divisional Intermedia, establishing a professional league for lower divisions in Uruguay.[2][3]

Segunda División Profesional
Logo Campeonato Uruguayo Segunda División Profesional.png
Organising bodyAUF
Founded1942; 81 years ago (1942)
Country Uruguay
ConfederationCONMEBOL
Number of teams14
Level on pyramid2
Promotion toPrimera División
Relegation toPrimera División Amateur
Current championsRacing (6th title)
(2022)
Most championshipsFénix
Sud América
(7 titles each)
TV partnersTenfield
WebsiteSegunda División
Current: 2023 season

The most successful clubs are Fénix and Sud América with seven titles and the current champion is Racing.

FormatEdit

After 1994, the competition was divided in two stages, called the Opening Championship (Torneo Apertura) and Closing Championship (Torneo Clausura), with a two-legged play-off between the best 4 teams in the aggregate table, not counting the champion and the runner-up who are promoted directly.

2023 season teamsEdit

Club City Stadium Capacity
Albion Montevideo Charrúa 14,000
Atenas San Carlos Atenas 6,000
Bella Vista Montevideo Estadio José Nasazzi 10,000
Cerrito Montevideo Parque Maracaná 8,000
Juventud Las Piedras Parque Artigas 12,000
Miramar Misiones Montevideo Parque Luis Méndez Piana 6,500
Oriental La Paz Parque Oriental 1,500
Potencia Montevideo Parque 13 de Febrero 1,000
Progreso Montevideo Parque Abraham Paladino 8,000
Rampla Juniors Montevideo Olímpico 9,500
Rentistas Montevideo Complejo Rentistas 10,600
Sud América Montevideo Parque Fossa 4,000
Uruguay Montevideo Montevideo Parque ANCAP 4,000
Tacuarembó Tacuarembó Estadio Goyenola 12,000

List of championsEdit

Tournament names:

  • 1942–1995: Primera B
  • 1996–present: Segunda División
Ed. Season Champion Runner-up Third place
1
1942 Miramar Progreso Bella Vista
2
1943 River Plate Cerro Progreso
3
1944 Rampla Juniors Cerro Bella Vista
4
945 Progreso Racing Danubio
5
1946 Cerro Racing Sud América
6
1947 Danubio Bella Vista Progreso
7
1948 (Championship not completed due to players strike)[4]
8
1949 Bella Vista Racing Sud América
9
1950 Defensor Sud América Racing
10
1951 Sud América Fénix Bella Vista
11
1952 Montevideo Wanderers Bella Vista Progreso
12
1953 Miramar Progreso Sud América
13
1954 Sud América Central Español Racing
14
1955 Racing Fénix Central Español
15
1956 Fénix Central Español River Plate
16
1957 Sud América Central Español Canillitas
17
1958 Racing Progreso Central Español
18
1959 Fénix Colón Central Español
19
1960 Danubio River Plate Central Español
20
1961 Central Español Sud América Bella Vista
21
1962 Montevideo Wanderers Sud América Bella Vista
22
1963 Sud América Colón Central Español
23
1964 Colón Liverpool La Luz
24
1965 Defensor La Luz Progreso
25
1966 Liverpool River Plate Central Español
26
1967 River Plate La Luz Montevideo Wanderers
27
1968 Bella Vista Huracán Buceo Montevideo Wanderers
28
1969 Huracán Buceo Central Español Progreso
29
1970 Danubio Progreso Central Español
30
1971 Rentistas Fénix Miramar Misiones
31
1972 Montevideo Wanderers Fénix Racing
32
1973 Fénix Rampla Juniors Colón
33
1974 Racing Colón Central Español
34
1975 Sud América El Tanque Sisley Uruguay Montevideo
35
1976 Bella Vista Rampla Juniors Racing
36
1977 Fénix Rampla Juniors Racing
37
1978 River Plate La Luz Central Español
38
1979 Progreso Miramar Misiones La Luz
39
1980 Rampla Juniors Racing Liverpool
40
1981 El Tanque Sisley Racing La Luz
41
1982 Colón Fénix Villa Española
42
1983 Central Español Racing Rentistas
43
1984 River Plate Huracán Liverpool
44
1985 Fénix Liverpool Cerrito
45
1986 Miramar Misiones Rentistas Sud América
46
1987 Liverpool Racing Sud América
47
1988 Rentistas Racing Sud América
48
1989 Racing Cerrito Sud América
49
1990 El Tanque Sisley Sud América Basáñez
50
1991 River Plate Huracán Basáñez
51
1992 Rampla Juniors Huracán Buceo Basáñez
52
1993 Basáñez Central Español Fénix
53
1994 Sud América Racing Uruguay Montevideo
54
1995 Huracán Buceo Racing Rentistas
55
1996 Rentistas Racing Progreso
56
1997 Bella Vista Villa Española Progreso
57
1998 Cerro Deportivo Maldonado Frontera Rivera Chico
58
1999 Juventud Villa Española Racing
59
2000 Montevideo Wanderers Central Español Fénix
60
2001 Villa Española Progreso Plaza Colonia
61
2002 Liverpool Miramar Misiones Deportivo Colonia
62
2003 Cerrito Rentistas Rocha
63
2004 River Plate Rampla Juniors Paysandú
64
2005 Bella Vista Central Español Atenas
65
2005–06 Progreso Juventud Basáñez
66
2006–07 Fénix Cerro Juventud
67
2007–08 Racing Cerro Largo Villa Española
68
2008–09 Fénix Cerrito Atenas
69
2009–10 El Tanque Sisley Bella Vista Miramar Misiones
70
2010–11 Rentistas Cerrito Cerro Largo
71
2011–12 Central Español Juventud Progreso
72
2012–13 Sud América Rentistas Miramar Misiones
73
2013–14 Tacuarembó Atenas Rampla Juniors
74
2014–15 Liverpool Plaza Colonia Villa Teresa
75
2015–16 Rampla Juniors Villa Española Boston River
76
2016 El Tanque Sisley Atenas Cerro Largo
77
2017 Torque Atenas Progreso
78
2018 Cerro Largo Juventud Plaza Colonia
79
2019 Torque Deportivo Maldonado Rentistas
80
2020 Cerrito Villa Española Sud América
81
2021 Albion Danubio Defensor Sporting
82
2022 Racing La Luz Cerro

Titles by clubEdit

Club Winners Winning years
Fénix 7 1956, 1959, 1973, 1977, 1985, 2006–07, 2008–09
Sud América 7 1951, 1954, 1957, 1963, 1975, 1994, 2012–13
Racing 6 1955, 1958, 1974, 1989, 2007–08, 2022
River Plate 6 1943, 1967, 1978, 1984, 1991, 2004
Bella Vista 5 1949, 1968, 1976, 1997, 2005
Wanderers 4 1952, 1962, 1972, 2000
Rentistas 4 1971, 1988, 1996, 2010–11
Liverpool 4 1966, 1987, 2002, 2015
Rampla Juniors 4 1944, 1980, 1992, 2006–07
El Tanque Sisley 4 1981, 1990, 2009–10, 2016
Central Español 3 1961, 1983, 2011–12
Danubio 3 1947, 1960, 1970
Miramar Misiones 3 1942, 1953, 1986
Progreso 3 1945, 1979, 2005–06
Cerro 2 1946, 1998
Cerrito 2 2003, 2020
Colón 2 1964, 1982
Defensor 2 1950, 1965
Huracán Buceo 2 1969, 1995
Torque 2 2017, 2019
Albion 1 2021
Basáñez 1 1993
Cerro Largo 1 2018
Juventud 1 1999
Tacuarembó 1 2013–14
Villa Española 1 2001

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