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Download and follow Iran Football League - Persian Gulf ProLeaguefor live scores, results, fixtures and Standings. The PersianGulfPro League, formerly known as the Iran Pro League, is thehighestdivision of professional football in Iran. The league wasalsoknown as the Persian Gulf Cup (from 2006. It is thetop-levelfootball league in Iran since its foundation in 2 November2001.Each year, the top finishing team in the Persian Gulf ProLeaguebecomes the Iranian football champion, and the lowestfinishingteams are relegated to Azadegan League. Since 2013, theleaguecomprises 16 teams. The winner and runner-up of the PersianGulfPro League and the Hazfi Cup champion are automaticallyqualifiedfor the AFC Champions League group stage. The third of thePersianGulf Pro League is qualified for the AFC Champions LeaguePlay-offround. The bottom two teams in the league are relegated toAzadeganLeague. In the past, the format and number of teams werechangedfor various times. Sepahan is the most successful club, withfivetitles, while Persepolis is the Iranian record champion, with11titles. Teams (alphabetical order): Esteghlal EsteghlalKhuzestanFoolad Machine Sazi Naft Masjed Soleyman NassajiMazandaran PadidehPars Jonoubi Jam Paykan Persepolis Saipa SanatNaft SepahanSepidrood Tractor Sazi Zob Ahan

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Mexico Football League - Liga MX Scores & Results 1.0.0-mexic APK
Mihaela Barbu
You can find here live scores, final and partial results, Liga MXstanding and match details (goal scores, red cards, etc.). Downloadand follow Mexico Football League - Liga MX Scores & Resultsfor live scores, results, fixtures and Standings. The Liga MX isthe top level of the Mexican football league system. Currentlysponsored by BBVA through its Mexican subsidiary BBVA Bancomer, itis officially known as Liga BBVA Bancomer. Each season, the leagueholds two tournaments: the Apertura, which starts in the summer,and the Clausura, which starts in the winter. As of 2017, theleague comprises 18 clubs, with one being relegated every year (twotournaments) based upon its league performances over the previousthree years. The first 8 teams in the table at the end of theregular phase of the tournament qualify to the liguilla("mini-league", or "playoff"). Up until July 2011, the league wasdivided into 3 groups. The group formatting was removed in favor ofa single-table format. The league is considered the strongest inNorth America, and among the strongest in all of Latin America.According to the International Federation of Football History andStatistics, the league currently ranks 10th worldwide and wasranked as the 11th strongest league in the first decade of the 21stcentury (2001–2010). According to CONCACAF, the league – with anaverage attendance of 25,557 during the 2014–15 season – draws thelargest crowds on average of any football league in the Americasand the third largest crowds of any professional sports league inNorth America, behind only the National Football League and MajorLeague Baseball, and ahead of the Canadian Football League. It isalso the fourth most attended football league in the world behindGermany's Bundesliga, England's Premier League and Spain's La Liga.Of the 56 teams to have competed in the league, América andGuadalajara have each won the title 12 times, followed by Toluca(10), Cruz Azul (8), León and Pumas UNAM (7), and Pachuca, TigresUANL, and Santos Laguna (6). The current league champions areSantos Laguna, who won the Clausura 2018 tournament. 1. América -Mexico City - Azteca Stadium - Capacity 87,000 2. Atlas -Guadalajara - Jalisco Stadium - Capacity 56,713 3. BUAP - PueblaCity - Universitario BUAP Stadium - Capacity 19,283 4. Cruz Azul -Mexico City - Azteca Stadium - Capacity 87,000 5. Guadalajara -Zapopan - Akron Stadium - Capacity 45,364 6. León - León - LeónStadium - Capacity 31,297 7. Monterrey - Guadalupe - BBVA BancomerStadium - Capacity 53,500 8. Morelia - Morelia - Morelos Stadium -Capacity 35,000 9. Necaxa - Aguascalientes City - Victoria Stadium- Capacity 25,500 10. Pachuca - Pachuca - Hidalgo Stadium -Capacity 30,000 11. Puebla - Puebla City - Cuauhtémoc Stadium -Capacity 51,726 12. Querétaro - Querétaro City - CorregidoraStadium - Capacity 33,162 13. Santos Laguna - Torreón - CoronaStadium - Capacity 30,000 14. Tijuana - Tijuana - Caliente Stadium- Capacity 27,333 15. Toluca - Toluca - Nemesio Díez Stadium -Capacity 31,000 16. UANL - San Nicolás de los Garza - UniversitarioStadium - Capacity 42,000 17. UNAM - Mexico City - OlímpicoUniversitario Stadium - Capacity 72,000 18. Veracruz - Boca del Río- Luis "Pirata" Fuente Stadium - Capacity 28,703
Honduras Football League - Liga Nacional de Fútbol 1.0.0-honduras APK
Mihaela Barbu
Download and follow Liga Nacional de Fútbol Profesional deHondurasfor live scores, results, fixturesandStandings.***************************************Liga NacionaldeFútbol Profesional de Honduras (Honduran NationalProfessionalFootball League) is the first and highestdivisionof football in Honduras. The league season isdividedinto Opening (autumn) and Closing (spring). One teamisrelegated to the Liga de Ascenso(the team with fewestpointsin Opening and Closing) and one team is promotedfrom Liga deAscenso. The first 4 clubs participate inplay-offs to decide thechampion. The winners of the Opening andClosing competitionsparticipate in the CONCACAF ChampionsLeague. Two tournamentsper year with identical format, eachcrowning one champion:•Apertura (Opening): from July to December•Clausura (Closing): fromJanuary to May10 clubs participating. TheLeague format consist ofa round-robin tournament with each clubplaying each other twice.The top six advance to the playoffs wherethe clubs ranked 3rd and4th play in a home and away series againstthe clubs ranked 6th and5th respectively. The playoff winnersadvance to the semifinals andplay against the clubs ranked 1st and2nd. The winners of thesemifinals face in a double header to crownthechampion.***************************************Teams(alphabeticalorder)Honduras ProgresoJuticalpaMarathónMotaguaOlimpiaPlatenseReal EspañaReal SociedadUPNFMVida
Brazil Football League - Série A Scores & Results 1.0.0-brazil APK
Mihaela Barbu
Download and follow Brazil Football League - Série A Scores&Results for live scores, results, fixtures and Standings.Foundedin August 23, 1959 Country - Brazil Confederation CBF Numberofteams 20 (since 2006) Domestic cup(s) Copa do BrasilInternationalcup(s) Copa Libertadores, Copa Sudamericana CurrentchampionsCorinthians (7th title) (2017 season) Most championshipsPalmeiras(9 titles) Top goal scorer Brazil Roberto Dinamite (190)2018Campeonato Brasileiro Série A The Campeonato Brasileiro SérieA(Brazilian Championship A Series), commonly referredasBrasileirão, is a Brazilian professional league for men'sfootballclubs. At the top of the Brazilian football league system,it isthe country's primary football competition. Contested by 20clubs,it operates on a system of promotion and relegation withtheCampeonato Brasileiro Série B. Due to historical peculiaritiesandthe large geographical size of the country, Brazil has arelativelyshort history of nationwide football competitions. Onlyin 1959,with the advancements in civil aviation and air transportand theneed to appoint a Brazilian representative to the firstedition ofthe Copa Libertadores was a nationwide tournamentcreated, TaçaBrasil. In 1967, the Torneio Rio-São Paulo wasexpanded to includeteams from other states, becoming the TorneioRoberto GomesPedrosa, which was also considered a nationaltournament. The firstCampeonato Brasileiro with that name was heldin 1989. Prior tothis, only the seasons post-1971 were regarded asCampeonatoBrasileiro. In 2010, the national tournaments from 1959and 1970 –Taça Brasil and Torneio Roberto Gomes Pedrosa – wereunified by theBrazilian Football Confederation in the Brazilianchampionshiphistory. The Campeonato Brasileiro is one of thestrongest leaguesin the world; it contains the most club worldchampions titles,with 10 championships won among six clubs, and thesecond-most CopaLibertadores titles, with 17 titles won among 10clubs. TheInternational Federation of Football History &Statistics(IFFHS) ranked the league fourth in strength for the2001–12 periodafter the Premier League (England), La Liga (Spain),and Serie A(Italy. The Campeonato Brasileiro is the most-watchedfootballleague in the Americas and one of the world's mostexposed,broadcast in 155 nations. It is also one of the world'srichestchampionships, ranked as the sixth most valuable with aworth ofover US$1.43 billion, generating an annual turnover of overUS$1.17billion in 2012. Since 1959, a total of 156 clubs haveplayed inthe Campeonato Brasileiro.[4] Seventeen clubs have beencrownedBrazilian football champions, twelve of which have won thetitlemore than once. Palmeiras is the most successful club oftheCampeonato Brasileiro, having won the competition ninetimes,followed by Santos with eight titles, Corinthians with seventitlesincluding the most recent edition (2017) and São Paulo withsixtitles. Santos' Os Santásticos won five consecutive titlesbetween1961 and 1965, a feat that remains unequaled. The State ofSãoPaulo is the most successful state, amassing 31 titles amongfiveclubs. *************************************** Teams(alphabeticalorder) América Mineiro Atlético Mineiro AtléticoParanaense BahiaBotafogo Ceará Chapecoensea Corinthians CruzeiroaFlamengoaFluminense Grêmio Internacional Palmeiras Paraná SantosaSportRecife São Pauloa Vasco da Gama Vitória
Colombia Football League - Torneo Águila Primera B 1.0.0-colombia2 APK
Mihaela Barbu
Download and follow Colombia Football League - Torneo ÁguilaPrimeraB for live scores, results, fixtures andStandings.Categoría PrimeraB, commonly referred to as TorneoÁguiladue to sponsorship bybrewery company Bavaria (manufacturerof Águila beer), is the seconddivision football league inColombia.DIMAYOR has applied a newformat from 2015 onwards becauseof the expansion to 20 teams in thePrimera A tournament. Theleague will no longer have Apertura andFinalización seasons butrather a year long tournament with home andaway games. The firstphase of the tournament is everyone againsteveryone home and awaygames. The second is a two-groups phase withthe 8 top teams fromthe season who play each other to determine thewinners of eachgroup. The winners of the two groups are bothpromoted to thePrimera A and play the final in home and away gamesto determinethe champion oftheseason.***************************************Teams(alphabeticalorder)Atlético F.C.Barranquilla F.C.BogotáF.C.CortuluáCúcutaDeportivoDeportes QuindíoDeportivoPereiraFortalezaC.E.I.F.Llaneros F.C.Orsomarso S.C.RealCartagenaRealSantanderTigres F.C.Unión MagdalenaUniversitarioPopayánValleduparF.C.
Algeria Football League - Ligue Professionnelle 1 1.0.0-algeria APK
Mihaela Barbu
Algeria Football League - Ligue Professionnelle 1*************************************** You can find here livescores, final and partial results, Ligue 1 standing and matchdetails (goal scores, red cards, etc.). Download and follow AlgeriaFootball League - Ligue Professionnelle 1 for live scores, results,fixtures and standings. ***************************************The Algerian Ligue Professionnelle 1 known as ChampionnatNational de Première Division or Ligue 1 for short,and formerly known as the Championnat National 1, is theAlgerian professional league for association football clubs. It isthe country's primary football competition and serves as the topdivision of the Algerian football league system. Ligue 1 isone of two divisions making up the Ligue de FootballProfessionnel, the other being Ligue Professionnelle 2. Theleague is contested by 16 clubs, and it operates on a systemof promotion and relegation with Ligue 2. In 2009 it wasknown as Championnat d'Algérie D1 Nedjma and from 2010 to2014, it was known as Ligue Professionnelle 1 Nedjma asit is sponsored by Kuwaiti telecommunicationscompany Nedjma. From 2014, the league is officially knownas Ligue Professionnelle 1 Mobilis as it is sponsoredby Algerian telecommunications company Mobilis. Theleague was created in 1962, when Algeria became anindependent nation. Until 1950, only regional leagues (Algiers,Constantine, Oran) were contested. Some 'national' playoffs wereplayed in the first decade of the 20th century, first in 1904.Between 1920 and 1956 the winners played off for the North AfricanChampionship, together with league winnersfrom Morocco and Tunisia. Between 1957 and 1962 aNorth African Championship without participation from Morocco andTunisia (who had gained independence) was organised as "Algerianchampionship". On August 21, 2010, the FAF announced that the nameof the league would change to Ligue Professionnelle 1 toreflect the professionalization of the league.*************************************** Teams (alphabetical order)Bel Abbes Biskra Constantine CR Belouizdad ES Setif Harrach HusseinDey JS Kabylie MC Alger Medea Oran Paradou Saoura Tadjenant USMAlger USM Blida *************************************** SeasonWinner Ligue 1 2017/2018 Constantine Ligue 1 2016/2017 ES SetifLigue 1 2015/2016 USM Alger Ligue 1 2014/2015 ES Setif Ligue 12013/2014 USM Alger Ligue 1 2012/2013 ES Setif Ligue 1 2011/2012 ESSetif Ligue 1 2010/2011 ASO Chlef Ligue 1 2009/2010 MC Alger Ligue1 2008/2009 ES Setif Ligue 1 2007/2008 Kabylie Ligue 1 2006/2007 ESSetif Ligue 1 2005/2006 USM Alger Ligue 1 2004/2005 USM Alger Ligue1 2003/2004 Kabylie Ligue 1 2002/2003 USM Alger Ligue 1 2001/2002USM Alger Ligue 1 2000/2001 CR Belouizdad
Bolivia Football League (LFPB) - Scores & Results 1.0.0-bolivia APK
Mihaela Barbu
You can find here live scores, final and partial results,BoliviaFootball League standing and match details (goal scores, redcards,etc.).Download and follow Bolivia Football League (LFPB) -Scores& Results for live scores, results, fixtures andStandings.TheBolivian Professional Football League) until 2017, isthetop-flight professional football league in Bolivia. It startedin1977, though football had been played in Bolivia since theearly1900s, specifically in La Paz and Oruro.Given that the leaguewasexpanded from 12 to 14 teams, the league format will have aslightvariation for this season. The Torneo Apertura will be playedinthe first half of the year, with the 14 teams being split intotwogroups of seven teams each for the first stage, in which teamsineach group will play each other as well as a team from theothergroup (their derby rival) twice, for a total of 14 matches.The topfour teams from each group will qualify for the knockoutstage,where they will be sorted in four ties to be played onahome-and-away basis, with the four winners advancing tothesemifinals and the winners of each semifinal advancing to thefinalof the tournament. The six teams that fail to qualify fortheknockout stage will play another separate knockout tournamentfor aberth to the Copa Sudamericana. On the other hand, theTorneoClausura will be played in the second half of the year underthecurrent round-robin system, with all teams playing each othertwicefor a total of 26 matches.International qualification will beasfollows: the champions and runners-up of each tournamentwillqualify for the 2019 Copa Libertadores, while the third-placedteamin each tournament, as well as the fourth-placed in theClausuraand the winners of the Apertura's secondary knockouttournamentwill qualify for the 2019 Copa Sudamericana.The number ofteams forthe 2018 season was increased by two, from twelvetofourteen:Aurora - Roberto Pérez - Cochabamba - FélixCaprilesaStadium - Capacity 32,000Blooming - Erwin Sánchez - SantaCruz -Ramón Tahuichi Aguilera Stadium - Capacity 38,000Bolívar -AlfredoArias - La Paz - Hernando Siles Stadium - Capacity42,000Destroyers- José Peña - Santa Cruz - Ramón Tahuichi AguileraStadium -Capacity 38,000Guabirá - Víctor Hugo Antelo - Montero -GilbertoParadab Stadium - Capacity 13,000Jorge Wilstermann - ÁlvaroPeña -Cochabamba - Félix Caprilesa Stadium - Capacity32,000NacionalPotosí - Edgardo Malvestiti - Potosí Stadium - VíctorAgustínUgarte Stadium - Capacity 32,105Oriente Petrolero - JuanManuelLlop - Santa Cruz - Ramón Tahuichi Aguilera Stadium -Capacity38,000Real Potosí - Wálter Botto - Potosí - Víctor AgustínUgarteStadium - Capacity 32,105Royal Pari - Roberto Mosquera -Santa Cruz- Ramón Tahuichi Aguilera Stadium - Capacity 38,000SanJosé -Eduardo Villegas - Oruro - Jesús Bermúdez Stadium -Capacity33,795Sport Boys - César Vigevani - Warnes - Samuel VacaStadium -Capacity 9,000The Strongest - César Farías - La Paz -HernandoSiles Stadium - Capacity 42,000Universitario - Carlos Leeb- Sucre- Olímpico Patria Stadium - Capacity 30,700
Mexico Football League - Ascenso MX BBVA Bancomer 1.0.0-mexic2 APK
Mihaela Barbu
You can find here live scores, final and partial results, AscensoMX standing and match details (goal scores, red cards, etc.).Download and follow Mexico Football League - Ascenso MX BBVABancomer for live scores, results, fixtures and Standings. TheAscenso MX is the second professional level of the Mexican footballleague system.[6] The champion of the competition is promoted toLiga MX (top-flight division). The bottom team gets relegated toLiga Premier (the third tier). It is currently sponsored by BBVAthrough its Mexican subsidiary BBVA Bancomer, and thus officiallyknown as Ascenso BBVA Bancomer. Formerly known as Primera DivisiónA (First Division A) the league changed its name and competitionformat in 2009 to Liga de Ascenso. It was rebranded as Ascenso MXin 2012. The main changes are that clubs now do not need a FMFcertification to get promoted and that the competition does not usegroup stages. The 2018–19 Ascenso MX season is divided into twotournaments named Apertura 2018 and Clausura 2019. Ascenso MX isthe second-tier football league of Mexico. The Apertura tournamentwill begin on 20 July 2018, and the Clausura tournament will beginon 4 January 2019. The following 15 clubs will compete in AscensoMX during the 2018–19 season. 1. Alebrijes de Oaxaca - Oaxaca City,Oaxaca - Tecnológico de Oaxaca Stadium - Capacity 14,950 2. Atlante- Cancún, Quintana Roo - Andrés Quintana Roo Stadium - Capacity17,289 3. Atlético San Luis - San Luis Potosí City, San Luis Potosí- Alfonso Lastras Stadium - Capacity 25,111 4. Cafetaleros deTapachula - Tapachula, Chiapas - Olímpico de Tapachula Stadium -Capacity 21,018 5. Celaya - Celaya, Guanajuato - Miguel AlemánValdés Stadium - Capacity 23,182 6. Cimarrones de Sonora -Hermosillo, Sonora - Héroe de Nacozari Stadium - Capacity 18,747 7.Correcaminos UAT - Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas - Marte R. GómezStadium - Capacity 10,520 8. Dorados de Sinaloa - Culiacán, Sinaloa- Banorte Stadium - Capacity 20,108 9. Juárez - Ciudad Juárez,Chihuahua - Olímpico Benito Juárez Stadium - Capacity 19,703 10.Leones Negros UdeG - Guadalajara, Jalisco - Jalisco Stadium -Capacity 55,110 11. Mineros de Zacatecas - Zacatecas City,Zacatecas - Carlos Vega Villalba Stadium - Capacity 13,820 12.Potros UAEM - Toluca, State of Mexico - Universitario Alberto"Chivo" Córdoba - Capacity 32,603 13. Tampico Madero - Tampico /Ciudad Madero, Tamaulipas - Tamaulipas Stadium - Capacity 19,66714. Venados - Mérida, Yucatán - Carlos Iturralde Stadium - Capacity15,087 15. Zacatepec - Zacatepec, Morelos - Agustín "Coruco" DíazStadium - Capacity 24,313
Colombia Football League - Liga Águila Primera A 1.0.0-colombia APK
Mihaela Barbu
Download and follow Colombia Football League - Liga Águila PrimeraAfor live scores, results, fixtures and Standings. TheCategoríaPrimera, commonly referred to as Liga Águila due tosponsorship bybrewery company Bavaria (manufacturer of Águilabeer), is aColombian professional league for association footballclubs. It isthe country's premier football tournament and sits atthe top ofthe Colombian football league system. The league wasranked 11th inthe world and third in South America by the IFFHS inits list "TheStrongest National League in The World 2015". A totalof twentyclubs compete in the league's regular season. DivisiónMayor delFútbol Profesional Colombiano, better known as DIMAYOR,operatesthe league system of promotion and relegation for bothCategoríaPrimera A and Categoría Primera B leagues. Since itsfounding in1948, fourteen teams have been crowned as Colombianfootballchampions. The most successful club is Atlético Nacionalwith 16titles. The current format of Colombian football was adoptedforthe 2015 season. The top flight features 20 teams, all ofwhichplay through the Apertura and Finalización tournaments eachyear.Both tournaments are conducted according to anidenticalthree-stage format. The first stage is conducted on asingleround-robin basis, with each team playing the other teamsonce fora total of 19 matches. The top eight teams then advance toaknockout round, playing four ties on a home-and-away basis.Thefour winners advance to the semifinals, and the winners ofthesemifinal then square off to determine the championship.Relegationto Categoría Primera B is determined by averaging thepoint totalsachieved by teams over the previous three seasons. Eachyear, thebottom two teams drop out and are replaced by the top twofromPrimera B. The same trophy has been used to commemorate theannualchampion since 1948. The original stays at DIMAYORheadquarters andis engraved with all the names of the championclubs. A replica isgiven to the winner each year to decorate theirtrophy room.*************************************** Teams(alphabetical order)Alianza Petrolera América de Cali AtléticoBucaramanga AtléticoHuila Atlético Nacional Boyacá Chicó DeportesTolima Deportivo CaliDeportivo Pasto Envigado IndependienteMedellín Jaguares Junior LaEquidad Leones F.C. Millonarios OnceCaldas Patriotas RionegroÁguilas Santa Fe