Argentine football league system


Argentine football league system

The Argentine football league system is organised as follows: the first two leagues include clubs from the whole country, while the third to fifth leagues are divided geographically, into clubs from the Greater Buenos Aires area (which holds around a third of the country's population) and clubs from the rest of the country.

External links

* [http://rankingargentino.blogspot.com Argentine Ranking Teams]
* [http://www.rsssf.com/tablesa/arg07.html Historical statistics of all the categories of Argentine soccer]
* [http://www.futbolinterior.com.ar Shields of all the clubs of Argentine soccer.]
* [http://www.ascensodelinterior.com.ar Updated information right away of all the categories of the soccer of ascent in Argentina] Regional championships
* [http://www.lifuba.com.ar All the information of soccer the Barilochense league.]
* [http://www.ligavalledelchubut.com.ar All the information of the league of soccer of the valley of the Chubut.]
* [http://www.ligaconfluencia.org.ar All the information of the league Confluence of soccer (Province of Rio Negro).]
* [http://www.futboldemendoza.com.ar All the information of soccer the Mendocina league.]
* [http://www.lifune.org.ar All the information of soccer the Neuquina league.]
* [http://www.futbolriogallegos.miarroba.com All the information of the league of Río Gallegos.]
* [http://www.ligadefutbolsalta.org.ar All the information of soccer the Salteña league.]


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