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|Full name||Tierra Firme Fútbol Club|
|Ground|| Cancha de Entrenamiento Luis Tapia |
Panama City, Panamá
|League||Copa Rommel Fernández|
Tierra Firme Fútbol Club is a Panamanian football team playing at Liga Nacional de Ascenso. It is based in San Miguelito and it was founded in 1985. Up until 2011, the team played under the name of Paraíso Fútbol Club.
Panama, officially the Republic of Panama, is a country in Central America, bordered by Costa Rica to the west, Colombia to the southeast, the Caribbean Sea to the north, and the Pacific Ocean to the south. The capital and largest city is Panama City, whose metropolitan area is home to nearly half the country's 4 million people.
The Liga Nacional de Ascenso is the second level of Panama's national football club championship. It was founded in 1997 and it consists of 8 teams who play to gain promotion to Liga Panameña de Fútbol. From 2008 the champion plays a playoff against the bottom team in the Liga Panameña de Fútbol in order to gain promotion while the bottom team of the league is relegated to the Copa Rommel Fernández. Before 2008 all champions were automatically promoted and the bottom team in Liga Panameña de Fútbol automatically relegated. The league presided by Ricardo Escobar.
In 2007 Paraíso earned a spot in the Liga Nacional de Ascenso after being crowned champions of the 2007 edition of the Copa Rommel Fernández. In their three and half seasons in the Liga Nacional de Ascenso, Paraíso had a positive run after reaching the second round of competition in every championship with the exception of the 2008 Clausura edition which they failed to do so due to goal differential. In the second round of competition, Paraíso was defeated in semifinals twice by Orión (2008 (A) and 2009 (A) II) and once by Río Abajo (2009 (A) I), and in the quarterfinals stage once by Atlético Nacional (2010 (A)).
The Copa Rommel Fernández is the third level of Panama's national club championship. It was founded in 1996 and it is a seasonal tournament that lasts 2 months in which the champion is promoted to Liga Nacional de Ascenso. The tournament is named after Panamanian football legend Rommel Fernández. The tournament is presided by Lucas Fernández and managed by Panamanian Football Federation.
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For the Clausura championship of the 2010-11 Liga Nacional de Ascenso season Paraíso changed its name to Tierra Firme Fútbol Club. In that season they failed to qualify to the quarterfinal stage of the championship after finishing 5th in their group (Group A).
|Season||Position||League Record||Play-offs||Aggregate pos.||Notes|
|2008 (A)||3/8||16||7||4||5||29||29||0||25||Semi-Finals||Score against Génesis fixture is unknown but a win was reported to Paraíso|
|2008 (C)||5/8||14||6||3||5||25||25||0||21||Could not qualify||Did not qualify because of goal differential|
|2009 (A) I||4/10||20||10||5||5||47||33||+14||35||Semi-Finals|
|2009 (A) II||3/10||20||11||4||5||44||28||+16||37||Semi-Finals|
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