Hola a todos! Vengo a ofrecer un proyecto en el que estuve trabajando estas semanas. La idea fue de crear una nueva estructura para la Argentina y que haya un sistema similar al ingles que permita mayor federalización y mayor estatificación de los equipos, además de obviamente activar TODOS los equipos argentinos en la DB del juego.
Hi Everyone, I was working on a project for a new pyramid for Argentinian football. The idea was to create this new pyramid based on English pyramid, making better the structure that it is currently going here. So, this is the pyramid:
LIGA PROFESIONAL DE FUTBOL First division for Argentinian football. 20 teams, 3 relegations (by points not AVERAGE)
SECOND, THIRD, FOURTH AND FIFTH DIVISION 24 teams, 4 relegations and 4 promotion (except in 2nd with 3 promotions)
SIXTH DIVISION 42 teams in 2 groups, 4 relegations (2 per group) and 12 relegations (6 per group)
7th Division 80 teams, 4 groups. 3 promotions per group and 5 relegations per group
8th Division 100 teams, 5 groups. 4 promotions per group and 6 relegations per group
9th and 10th Division 144 teams, 6 groups. 5 promotions per group and 5 relegations
11th Division 130 teams, 5 groups, only one leg. 6 promotions per group and 3 relegations per group
12th Division 100 teams, 5 groups. 3 promotions per group and 6 relegations per group
13th Division 155 teams in 5 groups. 1 leg. 6 promotions, no relegations.
Copa Argentina 1011 teams, 988 starts in 1st round, 13 in 2nd round. One leg only, Winner qualify to Libertadores Cup
Copa de la Superliga 128 teams. All of 1st, 2nd, 3rs, 4th and 5th and 12 teams of 6th division. Winner qualify to Libertadores Cup
Copa Maradona 32 teams. Is played by the winner of each territorial cup of Argentina + the runner up of Santa Fe and runner up of Cordoba. Nice money prizes
Each argentinian province has its own cup except Buenos Aires (which I will explain below). All cups are played from july to november and the winner qualifies to Maradona Cup. 1st round are played by teams from lower leagues and the big ones appear in 2nd round. Always one leg only
Copa Fueguina, Copa Santa Cruz, Copa Chubut, Copa Rio Negro, Copa Neuquen, Copa La Pampa, Copa Mendoza, Copa San Juan, Copa Puntana, Copa Riojana, Copa Catamarca, Copa Salta, Copa Jujuy, Copa Tucuman, Copa Santiago del Estero, Copa Chaco, Copa Formosa, Copa Misiones, Copa Entre Rios, Copa Corrientes, Copa Cordoba and Copa Santa Fe.
Buenos Aires City has its cup and it is called Copa Porteña. The metropolitan area of Buenos Aires was divided in three competitions: North, South and West. Buenos Aires province was divided by 4 competitions: North, South, Center and Atlantic Coast.
El conurbano bonaerense fue dividido de la siguiente manera:
There are 2 supercups in this pyramid, we have the Supercopa Argentina wihich faces the winner of Argentinian Cup and Argentinian top division and the Trofeo de Campeones which faces the winner of the Argentinian Cup vs Superleague Cup
Hope that you enjoy, sorry for my English. Any doubts please contact me here or in my Twitter account @falsobohemio. Cheers