Chilean Primera División

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Campeonato Nacional
Campeonato AFP Plan Vital.png
Founded1933
Country Chile
Confederation CONMEBOL
Number of teams18
Level on pyramid1
Relegation to Primera B
Domestic cup(s) Copa Chile
International cup(s) Copa Libertadores
Copa Sudamericana
Current champions Universidad Católica (14th title)
(2019)
Most championships Colo-Colo (32 titles)
Most appearances Adolfo Nef (624) [1]
Top goalscorer Esteban Paredes (216) [2]
TV partners CDF
La Red
Chilevisión [3]
Website http://www.anfp.cl
Soccerball current event.svg 2020 season

The Chilean Primera División (First Division) is the top tier league of the Chilean football league system. It is organized by the ANFP . The league is known as the Campeonato AFP PlanVital for sponsorship reasons.

Contents

Format

As of the 2018 season, 16 teams compete in the league, playing against each other two times, home and away.

Relegation and promotion

Currently, the two teams with the worst scores in the season, are relegated to Primera B, and replaced by the Champions and Runners-up of this Division.

Qualification for international competitions

The champions of the Campeonato are immediately qualified to the Copa Libertadores for the next year, as well as the second and third place. The fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh place are qualified to the Copa Sudamericana for the next year.

History

Professionalism

In 1933, eight big clubs at that time, namely, Unión Española, Badminton, Colo-Colo, Audax Italiano, Green Cross, Morning Star, Magallanes and Santiago National F.C., founded the Liga Profesional de Football de Santiago (LPF) on May 31, 1933. The newly formed body was recognized by the Football Federation of Chile on June 2, 1933. [ citation needed ]

The first edition of professional competition was contested by the eight founding teams and was won by Magallanes after defeating Colo-Colo in a decisive match. In the following year, according to the disposition of Federación de Fútbol de Chile, Liga Profesional returned to integrate with the AFS. As part of the negotiations for reunification, four teams from AFS, namely, Club Deportivo Ferroviarios, Carlos Walker, Deportivo Alemán, and Santiago F.C., would join the 1934 professional competition. Moreover, it was also decided that the last six teams in the 1934 competition would be eliminated to form the new second division in 1935. The title of the expanded 1934 edition was again clinched by Magallanes, which won 10 out of the 11 matches that year. [4]

Current teams

There are 18 teams playing in the Primera División, as of the 2020 season. [5]

ClubCityStadiumCapacity
Audax Italiano Santiago Bicentenario de La Florida 12,000
Cobresal El Salvador El Cobre 12,000
Colo-Colo Santiago Monumental David Arellano 47,347
Coquimbo Unido Coquimbo Municipal Francisco Sánchez Rumoroso 18,750
Curicó Unido Curicó La Granja 8,000
Deportes Antofagasta Antofagasta Regional de Antofagasta 21,178
Deportes Iquique Iquique Tierra de Campeones 13,171
Deportes La Serena La Serena La Portada 18,243
Everton Viña del Mar Sausalito 22,360
Huachipato Talcahuano CAP 10,500
O'Higgins Rancagua El Teniente 13,849
Palestino Santiago Municipal de La Cisterna 8,000
Santiago Wanderers Valparaíso Elías Figueroa Brander 20,575
Unión Española Santiago Santa Laura-Universidad SEK 19,000
Unión La Calera Calera Municipal Nicolás Chahuán Nazar 9,200
Universidad Católica Santiago San Carlos de Apoquindo 14,118
Universidad de Chile Santiago Nacional Julio Martínez Prádanos 48,665
Universidad de Concepción Concepción Ester Roa 30,448

List of seasons

SeasonsChampionsRunners-upLeading goalscorer(s) [6]
1933 Magallanes (1) Colo-Colo Flag of Chile.svg Luis Carvallo (Colo-Colo; 9 goals)
1934 Magallanes (2) Audax Italiano Flag of Chile.svg Carlos Giuduce (Audax Italiano; 19 goals)
1935 Magallanes (3) Audax Italiano Flag of Chile.svg Aurelio Domínguez (Colo-Colo; 12 goals)
Flag of Chile.svg Guillermo Ogaz (Magallanes; 12 goals)
1936 Audax Italiano (1) Magallanes Flag of Costa Rica.svg Hernán Bolaños (Audax Italiano; 14 goals)
1937 Colo-Colo (1) Magallanes Flag of Costa Rica.svg Hernán Bolaños (Audax Italiano; 16 goals)
1938 Magallanes (4) Audax Italiano Flag of Chile.svg Gustavo Pizarro (Badminton; 17 goals)
1939 Colo-Colo (2) Santiago Morning Flag of Chile.svg Alfonso Domínguez (Colo-Colo; 32 goals)
1940 Universidad de Chile (1) Audax Italiano Flag of Chile.svg Victor Alonso (Universidad de Chile; 20 goals)
Flag of Chile.svg Pedro Valenzuela (Magallanes; 20 goals)
1941 Colo-Colo (3) Santiago Morning Flag of Argentina.svg José Profetta (Santiago National F.C.; 19 goals)
1942 Santiago Morning (1) Magallanes Flag of Chile.svg Domingo Romo (Santiago Morning; 16 goals)
1943 Unión Española (1) Colo-Colo Flag of Chile.svg Luis Machuca (Unión Española; 17 goals)
Flag of Chile.svg Victor Mancilla Universidad Católica (17 goals)
1944 Colo-Colo (4) Audax Italiano Flag of Chile.svg Juan Alcantara (Audax Italiano; 19 goals)
Flag of Chile.svg Alfonso Domínguez (Colo-Colo; 19 goals)
1945 Green Cross (1) Unión Española Flag of Uruguay.svg Ubaldo Cruche (Universidad de Chile; 17 goals)
Flag of Argentina.svg Hugo Giorgi (Audax Italiano; 17 goals)
Flag of Argentina.svg Juan Zarate (Green Cross; 17 goals)
1946 Audax Italiano (2) Magallanes Flag of Uruguay.svg Ubaldo Cruche (Universidad de Chile; 25 goals)
1947 Colo-Colo (5) Audax Italiano Flag of Chile.svg Apolonides Vera (Santiago National F.C.; 17 goals)
1948 Audax Italiano (3) Unión Española Flag of Argentina.svg Juan Zarate (Audax Italiano; 22 goals)
1949 Universidad Católica (1) Santiago Wanderers Flag of Chile.svg Mario Lorca (Unión Española; 20 goals)
1950 Everton (1) Unión Española Flag of Argentina.svg Félix Díaz (Green Cross; 21 goals)
1951 Unión Española (2) Audax Italiano Flag of Chile.svg Rubén Aguilera (Santiago Morning; 21 goals)
Flag of Chile.svg Carlos Tello (Audax Italiano; 21 goals)
1952 Everton (2) Colo-Colo Flag of Chile.svg René Meléndez (Everton; 30 goals)
1953 Colo-Colo (6) Palestino Flag of Chile.svg Jorge Robledo (Colo-Colo; 26 goals)
1954 Universidad Católica (2) Colo-Colo Flag of Chile.svg Jorge Robledo (Colo-Colo; 25 goals)
1955 Palestino (1) Colo-Colo Flag of Argentina.svg Nicolás Moreno (Green Cross; 27 goals)
1956 Colo-Colo (7) Santiago Wanderers Flag of Chile.svg Guillermo Villarroel (O'Higgins; 19 goals)
1957 Audax Italiano (4) Universidad de Chile Flag of Argentina.svg Gustavo Albella (Green Cross; 27 goals)
1958 Santiago Wanderers (1) Colo-Colo Flag of Argentina.svg Gustavo Albella (Green Cross; 23 goals)
Flag of Chile.svg Carlos Verdejo (La Serena; 23 goals)
1959 Universidad de Chile (2) Colo-Colo Flag of Chile.svg José Benito Rios (O'Higgins; 22 goals)
1960 Colo-Colo (8) Santiago Wanderers Flag of Argentina.svg Juan Falcon (Palestino; 21 goals)
1961 Universidad Católica (3) Universidad de Chile Flag of Chile.svg Carlos Campos (Universidad de Chile; 24 goals)
Flag of Chile.svg Honorino Landa (Unión Española; 24 goals)
1962 Universidad de Chile (3) Universidad Católica Flag of Chile.svg Carlos Campos (Universidad de Chile; 34 goals)
1963 Colo-Colo (9) Universidad de Chile Flag of Chile.svg Luis Hernán Álvarez (Colo-Colo; 37 goals)
1964 Universidad de Chile (4) Universidad Católica Flag of Chile.svg Daniel Escudero (Everton; 25 goals)
1965 Universidad de Chile (5) Universidad Católica Flag of Argentina.svg Héctor Scandolli (Rangers; 25 goals)
1966 Universidad Católica (4) Colo-Colo Flag of Chile.svg Carlos Campos (Universidad de Chile; 21 goals)
Flag of Argentina.svg Felipe Bracamonte (Unión San Felipe; 21 goals)
1967 Universidad de Chile (6) Universidad Católica Flag of Paraguay.svg Eladio Zárate (Unión Española; 28 goals)
1968 Santiago Wanderers (2) Universidad Católica Flag of Chile.svg Carlos Reinoso (Audax Italiano; 21 goals)
1969 Universidad de Chile (7) Rangers Flag of Paraguay.svg Eladio Zárate (Unión Española; 22 goals)
1970 Colo-Colo (10) Unión Española Flag of Chile.svg Osvaldo Castro (Deportes Concepción; 36 goals)
1971 Unión San Felipe (1) Universidad de Chile Flag of Paraguay.svg Eladio Zárate (Universidad de Chile; 25 goals)
1972 Colo-Colo (11) Unión Española Flag of Chile.svg Fernando Espinoza (Magallanes; 25 goals)
1973 Unión Española (3) Colo-Colo Flag of Chile.svg Guillermo Yávar (Unión Española; 21 goals)
1974 C.D. Huachipato (1) Palestino Flag of Chile.svg Julio Crisosto (Colo-Colo; 28 goals)
1975 Unión Española (4) Concepción Flag of Chile.svg Victor Pizarro (Santiago Morning; 27 goals)
1976 Everton (3) Unión Española Flag of Argentina.svg Flag of Chile.svg Óscar Fabbiani (Palestino; 23 goals)
1977 Unión Española (5) Everton Flag of Argentina.svg Flag of Chile.svg Óscar Fabbiani (Palestino; 34 goals)
1978 Palestino (2) C.D. Cobreloa Flag of Argentina.svg Flag of Chile.svg Óscar Fabbiani (Palestino; 35 goals)
1979 Colo-Colo (12) C.D. Cobreloa Flag of Chile.svg Carlos Caszely (Colo-Colo; 20 goals)
1980 C.D. Cobreloa (1) Universidad de Chile Flag of Chile.svg Carlos Caszely (Colo-Colo; 26 goals)
1981 Colo-Colo (13) C.D. Cobreloa Flag of Chile.svg Victor Cabrera (San Luis; 20 goals)
Flag of Chile.svg Carlos Caszely (Colo-Colo; 20 goals)
Flag of Chile.svg Luis Marcoleta (Magallanes; 20 goals)
1982 C.D. Cobreloa (2) Colo-Colo Flag of Uruguay.svg Jorge Luis Siviero (Cobreloa; 18 goals)
1983 Colo-Colo (14) C.D. Cobreloa Flag of Uruguay.svg Washington Olivera (Cobreloa; 29 goals)
1984 Universidad Católica (5) C.D. Cobresal Flag of Chile.svg Victor Cabrera (C.D. Regional Atacama; 18 goals)
1985 C.D. Cobreloa (3) Everton Flag of Chile.svg Ivo Basay (Magallanes; 19 goals)
1986 Colo-Colo (15) Palestino Flag of Chile.svg Sergio Salgado (C.D. Cobresal; 18 goals)
1987 Universidad Católica (6) Colo-Colo Flag of Chile.svg Osvaldo Hurtado (Universidad Católica; 21 goals)
1988 C.D. Cobreloa (4) C.D. Cobresal Flag of Argentina.svg Gustavo De Luca (Deportes La Serena; 18 goals)
Flag of Peru.svg Juan José Oré (Deportes Iquique; 18 goals)
1989 Colo-Colo (16) Universidad Católica Flag of Chile.svg Rubén Martínez (C.D. Cobresal; 25 goals)
1990 Colo-Colo (17) Universidad Católica Flag of Chile.svg Rubén Martínez (Colo-Colo; 22 goals)
1991 Colo-Colo (18) Coquimbo Unido Flag of Chile.svg Rubén Martínez (Colo-Colo; 23 goals)
1992 C.D. Cobreloa (5) Colo-Colo Flag of Chile.svg Aníbal González (Colo-Colo; 24 goals)
1993 Colo-Colo (19) C.D. Cobreloa Flag of Chile.svg Marco Antonio Figueroa (C.D. Cobreloa; 18 goals)
1994 Universidad de Chile (8) Universidad Católica Flag of Argentina.svg Alberto Acosta (Universidad Católica; 33 goals)
1995 Universidad de Chile (9) Universidad Católica Flag of Argentina.svg Gabriel Caballero (C.D. Antofagasta; 18 goals)
Flag of Chile.svg Aníbal González (Palestino; 18 goals)
1996 Colo-Colo (20) Universidad Católica Flag of Chile.svg Mario Véner (Santiago Wanderers; 30 goals)
1997 Apertura Universidad Católica (7) Colo-Colo Flag of Argentina.svg David Bisconti (Universidad Católica; 15 goals)
Clausura Colo-Colo (21) Universidad Católica Flag of Paraguay.svg Richart Báez (Universidad de Chile; 10 goals)
Flag of Chile.svg Rubén Vallejos (Deportes Puerto Montt; 10 goals)
1998 Colo-Colo (22) Universidad de Chile Flag of Chile.svg Pedro González (Universidad de Chile; 23 goals)
1999 Universidad de Chile (10) Universidad Católica Flag of Chile.svg Mario Núñez (O'Higgins; 34 goals)
2000 Universidad de Chile (11) C.D. Cobreloa Flag of Chile.svg Pedro González (Universidad de Chile; 26 goals)
2001 Santiago Wanderers (3) Universidad Católica Flag of Chile.svg Héctor Tapia (Colo-Colo; 24 goals)
2002 Apertura Universidad Católica (8) Rangers Flag of Chile.svg Sebastián González (Colo-Colo; 18 goals)
Clausura Colo-Colo (23) Universidad Católica Flag of Chile.svg Manuel Neira (Colo-Colo; 14 goals)
2003 Apertura C.D. Cobreloa (6) Colo-Colo Flag of Paraguay.svg Salvador Cabañas (Audax Italiano; 18 goals)
Clausura C.D. Cobreloa (7) Colo-Colo Flag of Uruguay.svg Gustavo Biscayzacú (Unión Española; 21 goals)
2004 Apertura Universidad de Chile (12) C.D. Cobreloa Flag of Chile.svg Patricio Galaz (C.D. Cobreloa; 23 goals)
Clausura C.D. Cobreloa (8) Unión Española Flag of Chile.svg Patricio Galaz (Cobreloa; 19 goals)
2005 Apertura Unión Española (6) Coquimbo Unido Flag of Chile.svg Joel Estay (Everton; 13 goals)
Flag of Chile.svg Álvaro Sarabia (Deportes Puerto Montt; 13 goals)
Flag of Chile.svg Héctor Mancilla (C.D. Huachipato; 13 goals)
Clausura Universidad Católica (9) Universidad de Chile Flag of Chile.svg Cristián Montecinos (Concepción; 13 goals)
Flag of Chile.svg Gonzalo Fierro (Colo-Colo; 13 goals)
Flag of Chile.svg César Díaz (C.D. Cobresal; 13 goals)
2006 Apertura Colo-Colo (24) Universidad de Chile Flag of Chile.svg Humberto Suazo (Colo-Colo; 19 goals)
Clausura Colo-Colo (25) Audax Italiano Flag of Chile.svg Leonardo Monje (Universidad de Concepción; 17 goals)
2007 Apertura Colo-Colo (26) Universidad Católica Flag of Chile.svg Humberto Suazo (Colo-Colo; 18 goals)
Clausura Colo-Colo (27) Universidad de Concepción Flag of Chile.svg Carlos Villanueva (Audax Italiano; 20 goals)
2008 Apertura Everton (4) Colo-Colo Flag of Argentina.svg Flag of Paraguay.svg Lucas Barrios (Colo-Colo; 19 goals)
Clausura Colo-Colo (28) Palestino Flag of Argentina.svg Flag of Paraguay.svg Lucas Barrios (Colo-Colo; 18 goals)
2009 Apertura Universidad de Chile (13) Unión Española Flag of Chile.svg Esteban Paredes (Santiago Morning; 17 goals)
Clausura Colo-Colo (29) Universidad Católica Flag of Argentina.svg Diego Rivarola (Santiago Morning; 13 goals)
2010 Universidad Católica (10) Colo-Colo Flag of Chile.svg Milovan Mirošević (Universidad Católica; 19 goals)
2011 Apertura Universidad de Chile (14) Universidad Católica Flag of Argentina.svg Matías Urbano (Unión San Felipe; 12 goals)
Clausura Universidad de Chile (15) C.D. Cobreloa Flag of Chile.svg Esteban Paredes (Colo-Colo; 14 goals)
2012 Apertura Universidad de Chile (16) O'Higgins Flag of Argentina.svg Enzo Gutiérrez (O'Higgins; 11 goals)
Clausura C.D. Huachipato (2) Unión Española Flag of Argentina.svg Sebastián Sáez (Audax Italiano; 13 goals)
2013 Unión Española (7) Universidad Católica Flag of Argentina.svg Javier Elizondo (C.D. Antofagasta; 14 goals)
Flag of Argentina.svg Sebastián Sáez (Audax Italiano; 14 goals)
2013–14 Apertura O'Higgins (1) Universidad Católica Flag of Argentina.svg Luciano Vázquez (Ñublense; 11 goals)
Clausura Colo-Colo (30) Universidad Católica Flag of Chile.svg Esteban Paredes (Colo-Colo; 16 goals)
2014–15 Apertura Universidad de Chile (17) Santiago Wanderers Flag of Chile.svg Esteban Paredes (Colo-Colo; 12 goals)
Clausura C.D. Cobresal (1) Colo-Colo Flag of Chile.svg Jean Paul Pineda (Unión La Calera; 11 goals)
Flag of Chile.svg Esteban Paredes (Colo-Colo; 11 goals)
2015–16 Apertura Colo-Colo (31) Universidad Católica Flag of Argentina.svg Marcos Riquelme (Club Deportivo Palestino; 11 goals)
Clausura Universidad Católica (11) Colo-Colo Flag of Chile.svg Nicolás Castillo (Universidad Católica; 11 goals)
2016–17 Apertura Universidad Católica (12) Deportes Iquique Flag of Chile.svg Nicolás Castillo (Universidad Católica; 13 goals)
Clausura Universidad de Chile (18) Colo-Colo Flag of Chile.svg Felipe Mora (Universidad de Chile; 13 goals)
2017 Colo-Colo (32) Unión Española Flag of Chile.svg Bryan Carrasco (Audax Italiano; 10 goals)
2018 Universidad Católica (13) Universidad de Concepción Flag of Chile.svg Esteban Paredes (Colo-Colo; 19 goals)
2019 Universidad Católica (14) Colo-Colo Flag of Argentina.svg Lucas Passerini (Club Deportivo Palestino; 14 goals)

Source (not for goalscorers): rsssf.com [7]

Titles by club

Source: [8]

ClubWinnersRunners-upWinning yearsRunners-up years
Colo-Colo 32211937, 1939, 1941, 1944, 1947, 1953, 1956, 1960, 1963, 1970, 1972, 1979, 1981, 1983, 1986, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1993, 1996, 1997 Clausura, 1998, 2002 Clausura, 2006 Apertura, 2006 Clausura, 2007 Apertura, 2007 Clausura, 2008 Clausura, 2009 Clausura, 2014 Clausura, 2015 Apertura, 2017 Transición1933, 1943, 1952, 1954, 1955, 1958, 1959, 1966, 1973, 1982, 1987, 1992, 1997 Apertura, 2003 Apertura, 2003 Clausura, 2008 Apertura, 2010, 2015 Clausura, 2016 Clausura, 2017 Clausura, 2019
Universidad de Chile 1881940, 1959, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1967, 1969, 1994, 1995, 1999, 2000, 2004 Apertura, 2009 Apertura, 2011 Apertura, 2011 Clausura, 2012 Apertura, 2014 Apertura, 2017 Clausura1957, 1961, 1963, 1971, 1980, 1998, 2005 Clausura, 2006 Apertura
Universidad Católica 14211949, 1954, 1961, 1966, 1984, 1987, 1997 Apertura, 2002 Apertura, 2005 Clausura, 2010, 2016 Clausura, 2016 Apertura, 2018, 20191962, 1964, 1965, 1967, 1968, 1989, 1990, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 Clausura, 1999, 2001, 2002 Clausura, 2007 Apertura, 2009 Clausura, 2011 Apertura, 2013 Transición, 2013 Apertura, 2014 Clausura, 2015 Apertura
C.D. Cobreloa 881980, 1982, 1985, 1988, 1992, 2003 Apertura, 2003 Clausura, 2004 Clausura1978, 1979, 1981, 1983, 1993, 2000, 2004 Apertura, 2011 Clausura
Unión Española 7101943, 1951, 1973, 1975, 1977, 2005 Apertura, 2013 Transición1945, 1948, 1950, 1970, 1972, 1976, 2004 Clausura, 2009 Apertura, 2012 Clausura, 2017 Transición
Audax Italiano 481936, 1946, 1948, 19571934, 1935, 1938, 1940, 1944, 1947, 1951, 2006 Clausura
Magallanes 441933, 1934, 1935, 19381936, 1937, 1942, 1946
Everton 421950, 1952, 1976, 2008 Apertura1977, 1985
Santiago Wanderers 341958, 1968, 20011949, 1956, 1960, 2014 Apertura
Palestino 241955, 19781953, 1974, 1986, 2008 Clausura
Huachipato 201974, 2012 Clausura
Santiago Morning 1219421939, 1941
C.D. Cobresal 122015 Clausura1984, 1988
O'Higgins 112013 Apertura2012 Apertura
Green Cross 101945
Unión San Felipe 101971

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