Serie A de México

The Serie A has 28 teams (2 Liga MX Reserve Teams, 4 Ascenso MX Reserve Teams and 22 Serie A Teams) divided into two groups. For the 2019–20 season, it will be one long tournament consisting of 26 or 28 total matches played home and away. The top 4 teams from each group at the end of the season will play for promotion to Ascenso MX provided that their stadiums meet the requirements to ascend.

Serie A
Founded1950
Country Mexico
Divisions2
Number of teams28 (groups of 15 and 13 teams)
Level on pyramid3
Promotion toAscenso MX
Relegation toSerie B
Current championsLoros UdeC
(2018/19 Season)
TV partnersFootters
iTV Deportes
Megacable[1]
TVC Deportes[2]
WebsiteOfficial website
2019–20 Serie A season

The Serie A was created in the second half of 2008, with the participation and approval of the owners of the teams of the Second and Third Division, being next to Serie B part of the Liga Premier.

As of the 2019–20 Season, 2 of 18 teams from Liga MX and 4 Ascenso MX teams will join the Liga Premier to give young players professional experience.

Teams for 2019–20 seasonEdit

The member clubs of the Serie A for the 2019–20 season are listed as follows.

Group 1Edit

Stadium and locationsEdit

Location of teams in the 2019–20 Serie A Group 1
Club Manager City Stadium Capacity Affiliate
Alacranes de Durango   Héctor Jair Real Durango City, Durango Francisco Zarco 18,000
Atlético Bahía   Francisco Hernández Bahía de Banderas, Nayarit Ciudad del Deporte Bahía de Banderas 4,000
Atlético Reynosa   Gastón Obledo Reynosa, Tamaulipas Unidad Deportiva Solidaridad 20,000
Coras de Nayarit   Manuel Naya Barba Tepic, Nayarit Nicolás Álvarez Ortega 12,271
Cimarrones de Sonora   Mario López Hermosillo, Sonora Héroe de Nacozari 18,747 Cimarrones de Sonora
Correcaminos UAT   Arturo Chávez[a] Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas Marte R. Gómez 10,520 Correcaminos UAT
Gavilanes de Matamoros   Lorenzo López Balboa Matamoros, Tamaulipas El Hogar 22,000
Leones Negros UdeG   Sergio Díaz Zapopan, Jalisco Instalaciones Club Deportivo U.de G. Cancha 3 3,000 Leones Negros UdeG
Mineros de Fresnillo   Joaquín Espinoza Fresnillo, Zacatecas Unidad Deportiva Minera Fresnillo 6,000
Murciélagos   Valentín Arredondo Los Mochis, Sinaloa Centenario 11,134
Saltillo   Francisco Javier Gamboa Saltillo, Coahuila Olímpico Francisco I. Madero 5,900
Tecos   Daniel Alcántar Zapopan, Jalisco Tres de Marzo 18,779
Tepatitlán de Morelos   Paco Ramírez Tepatitlán, Jalisco Gregorio "Tepa" Gómez 10,000
Tuzos UAZ   Rubén Hernández Zacatecas City, Zacatecas Carlos Vega Villalba 20,068
UACH   Carlos Kanahan Chihuahua City, Chihuahua Olímpico Universitario José Reyes Baeza 22,000
  1. ^ Isaac Moreno couldn't be registered with the FMF
Standings G1Edit
Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 UAZ 16 9 5 2 27 17 +10 36
2 Alacranes de Durango 16 9 4 3 36 16 +20 35
3 Tepatitlán 14 10 3 1 30 13 +17 35
4 Coras de Nayarit 16 8 7 1 27 17 +10 34
5 Atlético Reynosa 14 10 1 3 29 12 +17 33
6 Gavilanes de Matamoros 16 9 2 5 26 15 +11 32
7 UACH 15 9 2 4 27 14 +13 30
8 Murciélagos 15 6 3 6 28 21 +7 23
9 Saltillo 16 6 4 6 17 13 +4 23
10 Tecos 16 5 2 9 20 27 −7 19
11 Leones Negros UdeG 16 3 3 10 23 36 −13 13
12 UAT 16 3 3 10 15 29 −14 12
13 Atlético Bahía 14 2 3 9 11 40 −29 9
14 Cimarrones de Sonora 16 1 4 11 10 32 −22 8
15 Mineros de Fresnillo 16 2 2 12 9 33 −24 8
Updated to match(es) played on 16 November 2019. Source: Liga Premier FMF

Group 2Edit

Stadium and locationsEdit

Location of teams in the 2019–20 Serie A Group 2
Club Manager City Stadium Capacity Affiliate
Atlético Irapuato   Omar Arellano Irapuato, Guanajuato Sergio León Chávez 25,000
Atlético San Luis   Julio Servín Soledad de Graciano Sánchez, San Luis Potosí Unidad Deportiva 21 de Marzo 8,000 Atlético San Luis
CAFESSA Jalisco   Jaime Durán Guadalajara, Jalisco Jalisco 55,110
Cafetaleros de Chiapas   Marco Valverde Tapachula, Chiapas Olímpico de Tapachula 21,018 Cafetaleros de Chiapas
Cruz Azul Hidalgo   Carlos Roberto Pérez Ciudad Cooperativa Cruz Azul, Hidalgo 10 de Diciembre 14,500 Cruz Azul
Inter Playa del Carmen   Marco Antonio Palacios Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo Unidad Deportiva Mario Villanueva Madrid 7,500
Marina   José Gerardo Espinoza Milpa Alta, Mexico City Momoxco 3,500
Pioneros de Cancún   Carlos Bracamontes Cancún, Quintana Roo Andrés Quintana Roo 17,289
Reboceros de La Piedad   Marco Antonio Rincón La Piedad, Michoacán Juan N. López 13,356
Sporting Canamy   Gerardo Durón Oaxtepec, Morelos Olímpico de Oaxtepec 9,000
Tlaxcala   Lorenzo Sáez Nanacamilpa, Tlaxcala Unidad Deportiva José Brindis 3,000
UNAM   Carlos Humberto González Coyoacán, Mexico City La Cantera 2,000 UNAM
Yalmakán   Víctor Manuel Morales Chetumal, Quintana Roo José López Portillo 6,600
Standings G2Edit
Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Tlaxcala 13 9 2 2 19 8 +11 31
2 Atlético Irapuato 13 9 2 2 25 16 +9 30
3 CAFESSA Jalisco 13 6 4 3 19 14 +5 25
4 Cruz Azul Hidalgo 13 6 4 3 23 11 +12 24
5 Pioneros de Cancún 13 6 3 4 28 20 +8 22
6 Inter Playa del Carmen 13 6 2 5 21 18 +3 20
7 UNAM 13 5 4 4 19 17 +2 20
8 Reboceros de La Piedad 13 6 1 6 17 19 −2 19
9 Yalmakán 13 5 2 6 20 24 −4 17
10 Cafetaleros de Chiapas 13 3 5 5 17 20 −3 16
11 Marina 13 2 3 8 9 28 −19 10
12 Sporting Canamy 12 1 4 7 8 17 −9 7
13 Atlético San Luis 13 0 4 9 9 22 −13 5
Updated to match(es) played on 19 December 2019. Source: Liga Premier FMF

Teams on hiatusEdit

Club Manager City Stadium Capacity
Pacific Vacant Mazatlán, Sinaloa TBA TBA
Real Zamora Vacant Zamora, Michoacán Zamora 7,200

Disaffiliated teamsEdit

Club City Stadium Capacity
Albinegros de Orizaba Boca del Río, Veracruz Luis "Pirata" Fuente 28,703

Offseason ChangesEdit

Mid-Season ChangesEdit

  • On December 18, 2019, as part of the disaffiliation of Club Veracruz two week earlier, Albinegros de Orizaba has also been disaffiliated from Serie A and will not participate in Second Half of Season.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ includes Megasports
  2. ^ includes TVC Deportes 2
  3. ^ "Equipos desaparecerán filiales en Liga Premier y quieren formar Sub 23". Diario Récord (in Spanish). 30 May 2019. Retrieved 28 June 2019.
  4. ^ Morteo, Alejandro. "Saltillo Soccer y Atlético Saltillo se unen para traer el futbol de Liga Premier a la ciudad". Vanguardia (in Spanish). Retrieved 28 June 2019.
  5. ^ Figueroa, Juan Manuel. "Estadio Jalisco tendrá nuevo equipo en el fútbol mexicano". Mediotiempo (in Spanish). Retrieved 17 June 2019.
  6. ^ Sierra, Áxel. "Congelan plaza de equipo michoacano en Segunda División". Quadratín Michoacán (in Spanish). Retrieved 28 June 2019.
  7. ^ "Presentación de Cafetaleros de Chiapas". Liga Premier Magazine (in Spanish). 31 July 2019. Retrieved 2 August 2019.
  8. ^ "Comunicado Oficial – Cocodrilos de Tabasco". Retrieved 29 June 2019.
  9. ^ "¡Reajuste en los grupos!". Liga Premier Magazine. Retrieved 20 July 2019.
  10. ^ "Nace una Nueva Era en el futbol coahuilense con el Saltillo SFC". Vanguardia (in Spanish). 24 July 2019. Retrieved 25 July 2019.