|Number of teams||10|
|Level on pyramid||2|
|Promotion to||Primera Divisió|
|Domestic cup(s)||Copa Constitució|
|Current champions|| Penya Encarnada |
|Most championships||FC Encamp (3 titles)|
|Current: 2020–21 Segona Divisió|
The Andorran Segona Divisió (Second Division), or Lliga UNIDA for sponsorship reasons,is the second highest football league in Andorra.
Former FC Santa Coloma reserve team were renamed UE Santa Coloma for 2007–08 (therefore eligible for promotion) and finally gained access to the Campionat de Lliga after finishing top place.
Penya Encarnada are the current holders, having won the 2019-20 title.
The Andorran Football Federation organizes the matches of Primera Divisió and Segona Divisió in the stadiums owned by the local federation.Also the federation distributes the stadiums and fields for the training sessions for each team.
|Camp d'Esports d'Aixovall||Sant Julià de Lòria||1,000|
|Centre Esportiu d'Alàs||Alàs i Cerc (Spain)||1,500|
|Estadi Comunal d’Andorra la Vella||Andorra la Vella||1,300|
|Centre Esportiu d'Ordino||Ordino||200|
|Centre d'Entrenaments||Andorra la Vella||300|
|Camp de Futbol d'Encamp||Encamp||550|
|CF Atlètic Amèrica||Escaldes-Engordany|
|FC Rànger's||Andorra la Vella|
|FS La Massana||La Massana|
|UE Engordany B||Escaldes-Engordany|
|UE Santa Coloma B||Andorra la Vella|
|Season||Champions||Second place||Third place|
|1999–00||FC Lusitanos||Deportivo La Massana||FC Santa Coloma B|
|2000–01||FC Rànger's||FC Lusitanos B||FC Santa Coloma B|
|2001–02||Racing d'Andorra 1||FC Cerni||FC Santa Coloma B|
|2002–03||UE Engordany||Casa Estrella del Benfica||Atlètic Club d'Escaldes|
|2003–04||Atlètic Club d'Escaldes||Casa Estrella del Benfica||Deportivo La Massana|
|2004–05||FC Santa Coloma B 2||UE Extremenya||UE Engordany|
|2005–06||FC Encamp||UE Engordany||Casa Estrella del Benfica|
|2006–07||Casa Estrella del Benfica||FC Santa Coloma B||UE Engordany|
|2007–08||UE Santa Coloma||UE Extremenya||FC Encamp|
|2008–09||FC Encamp||Atlètic Club d'Escaldes||FC Lusitanos B|
|2009–10||Casa Estrella del Benfica||FC Lusitanos B||UE Extremenya|
|2010–11||FC Lusitanos B 2||FC Rànger's||UE Engordany|
|2011–12||FC Encamp||UE Extremenya||FC Lusitanos B|
|2012–13||FC Ordino||FC Lusitanos B||FC Santa Coloma B|
|2013–14||UE Engordany||CE Jenlai||FC Rànger's|
|2014–15||Penya Encarnada d'Andorra||Atlètic Club d'Escaldes||FC Rànger's|
|2015–16||CE Jenlai||CE Carroi||Atlètic Club d'Escaldes|
|2016–17||Inter Club d'Escaldes||Penya Encarnada d'Andorra||CF Atlètic Amèrica|
|2017–18||FC Ordino||Atlètic Club d'Escaldes||CE Carroi|
|2018–19||Atlètic Club d'Escaldes||CE Carroi||La Massana|
|2019–20||Penya Encarnada||La Massana||Encamp|
|2020–21||FC Ordino||La Massana||Encamp|
1Club dissolved after season, runner-up was promoted.
2Club ineligible for promotion, runner-up was promoted.
|Club||Winners||Runners-up||Third-place||Winning Years||Runners-up years||Third-place years|
|FC Encamp||2006, 2009, 2012||–||2008, 2020, 2021|
|FC Ordino||2013, 2018, 2021||–||–|
|Atlètic Club d'Escaldes||2004, 2019||2009, 2015, 2018||2003, 2016|
|CE Benfica||2007, 2010||2003, 2004||2006|
|UE Engordany||2003, 2014||2006||2005, 2007, 2011|
|Penya Encarnada d'Andorra||2015, 2020||2017||–|
|FC Lusitanos B||2011||2001, 2010, 2013||2009, 2012|
|FC Santa Coloma B||2005||2007||2000, 2001, 2002, 2013|
|FC Rànger's||2001||2011||2014, 2015|
|UE Santa Coloma||2008||–||–|
|Inter Club d'Escaldes||2017||–||–|
|UE Extremenya||–||2002, 2005, 2008, 2012||2010|
|CE Carroi||–||2016, 2019||2018|
|FS La Massana||–||2020, 2021||2019|
|Deportivo La Massana||–||2000||2004|
|CF Atlètic Amèrica||–||–||2017|
|2009/10||Carlos Otiniano||CE Jenlai||15|
|2010/11||Lionel Correia||FC Lusitanos B||35|
|2011/12||Lionel Correia||FC Lusitanos B||22|
|2012/13||Carlos Manuel Gomes||FC Ordino||27|
|2013/14||German Damia Fernandez||CE Jenlai||19|
|Rachid Agharbi||UE Extremenya||19|
|2014/15||Joao Manuel Lima Moreira||Penya Encarnada d'Andorra||24|
|2015/16||Diego Rafael Marinho||CE Jenlai||41|
|2016/17||Francisco José Peña Martínez||Atlètic Club d'Escaldes||31|
|2017/18||Manuel Vicente Lopez Vila||FS La Massana||24|
|2018/19||Alejandro Manuel Muñoz Caballé||CE Carroi||29|
|2019/20||Diego Rafael Marinho||FS La Massana||30|
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