Original post in Spanish on FM Argentina.
An alternative structure for the Argentinian football pyramid, featuring an 20 team Fist division, an alternate structure for the deep country divisions with 3660 playable clubs.
Level 1: Primera división argentina (20 clubs)
Level 2: Segunda división argentina (36 clubs, 2 groups)
Level 3: Torneo Zonal Argentino (4 leagues)
Level 4: Torneo Regional Argentino (8 leagues)
Level 5: Torneo Provincial Argentino (25 leagues)
Level 6: Ligas regionales argentinas (24 leagues)
Level 7: Ligas de ascenso (12 leagues)
Level 8: Ligas amateur (4 leagues)
Copa Argentina: The Copa Argentina recovers its importance in this patch by hosting the country's 3,660 clubs. Being the champion is a real challenge.
Note: Creating a save using level 6, 7 or 8 takes a long time (about 30 minutes) and the game gets a little slow. If you do not want this to happen, you should only activate up to level 5 (Argentinian Provincial Tournament 5°).
Discussion: Argentina fantasy leagues (3660 clubs)
1 comments have been posted so far.
Thanks for the database. I noticed that some inactive leagues appear on Argentina's home page, even though you had deleted them.
This happened most likely because you based your database on someone else's database, but instead of removing database changes you deleted the leagues that were created. The Football Manager Editor is very finicky and sometimes buggy, and sometimes it doesn't delete correctly like in your database. It's better to remove the change if it was created, rather than delete the change. When there are a lot of changes like in your database, the Editor tends to bug a lot.
I tried removing the old leagues by removing the changes instead of deleting the leagues, but 1) I would still have the Sixth division twice and 2) it moved the IDs of the clubs and leagues, so I couldn't use the Argentinian logo pack anymore.
I don't think there is a way to fix this without redoing everything cleanly; I haven't found out a way personally, I've asked on the SI forums and I had no answer. But at least maybe it will be useful for you to know this.