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Chilean Primera División
The Chilean Primera División
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 Scotiabank for sponsorship reasons.Contents1 Format1.1 Relegation and promotion 1.2 Qualification for international competitions2 History2.1 Professionalism3 Current teams 4 List of seasons 5 Titles by club 6 See also 7 References 8 External linksFormat[edit] As of the 2015–16 season, 16 teams compete in the league, which is split into Apertura and Clausura
Apertura and Clausura
tournaments.[2] Relegation and promotion[edit] Currently, the two teams with the worst scores in the complete season (including Apertura and Clausura, but excluding the play-off stage), are relegated to Primera B, and replaced by the Champions and Runners-up of this Division
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Santiago National
Santiago National, is an extinct Chilean football club based in the city of Santiago. The club was founded October 10, 1900 and it was one of the 8 teams that founded the first division professional of the Chilean football league, in 1933. National honors[edit]Copa Apertura: 11942References[edit]http://www.rsssf.com/tablesc/chilecuphist.htmlThis article about sports in Chile
Chile
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Francisco Valdés
Francisco Segundo Valdés Muñoz, (19 March 1943 - 10 August 2009[1]), nicknamed Chamaco, was a Chilean footballer and manager. Recognized as one of Chile's most important midfielders, with 215 official goals, he is the top scorer in the history of Chilean league. He was also the uncle of Chilean footballer Sebastián "Chamagol" González.Contents1 Career 2 Honours as a player 3 References 4 External linksCareer[edit] Valdés always played in the Chilean first division league, where he became the top scorer in their history with 215 goals in 478 official matches, leaving behind Pedro "Heidi" Gonzalez with 212 goals
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Santiago, Chile
Santiago
Santiago
(/ˌsæntiˈɑːɡoʊ/, Spanish: [sanˈtjaɣo]), or also known as Santiago
Santiago
de Chile
Chile
([sanˈtjaɣo ðe ˈtʃile] ( listen)), is the capital and largest city of Chile
Chile
as well as one of the largest cities in the Americas. It is the center of Chile's largest and the most densely populated conurbation. The city is entirely located in the country's central valley. Most of the city lies between 500 m (1,640 ft) and 650 m (2,133 ft) above mean sea level. Founded in 1541 by the Spanish conquistador Pedro de Valdivia, Santiago
Santiago
has been the capital city of Chile
Chile
since colonial times. The city has a downtown core of 19th-century neoclassical architecture and winding side-streets, dotted by art deco, neo-gothic, and other styles
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C.D. Green Cross
Green Cross is an defunct Chilean sports club that were based in the city of Santiago
Santiago
until 1965, when they moved to Temuco. The club were founded on June 27, 1916, and their first chairman was Francisco Tapia. It was one of the 8 teams that founded the professional Chilean football league, in 1933. The club had other sports branches besides football; these were basketball, cycling, and waterpolo. The club won their first, and only Chilean league title in 1945. In April 1961 a number of players were killed in a plane crash in the Chilean Andes.[1] The remains of the plane were found ten days after the accident
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Badminton F.C.
Badminton Football Club, is a former Chilean football club based in the city of Santiago, until 1969, when they moved to Curicó. The club was founded July 12, 1912 and it was one of the 8 teams that founded the first division professional of the Chilean football league, in 1933. Since 1950, the club adopted the name of Ferrobadminton, when it merged with another Santiago team, Ferroviarios, until 1969, when both teams took separate paths again. In 1969 they moved to Curicó, and since then, they were known as Badminton de Curicó, until 1973 when the club folded. National honors[edit]Segunda Division: 11965**: as Ferrobadminton. References[edit]http://www.rsssf.com/tablesc/chilecuphist.htmlThis article about sports in Chile
Chile
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Curicó
Curicó
Curicó
(Spanish pronunciation: [kuˈriko]), meaning "Black Waters" in Mapudungun
Mapudungun
(originally meaning "Land of Black Water"), is the capital city of the Curicó
Curicó
Province, part of the Maule Region
Maule Region
in Chile's central valley. The province lies between the provinces of Colchagua and Talca
Talca
and extends from the Pacific
Pacific
to the Argentine frontier
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Play-off
The playoffs, play-offs, postseason and/or finals of a sports league are a competition played after the regular season by the top competitors to determine the league champion or a similar accolade. Depending on the league, the playoffs may be either a single game, a series of games, or a tournament, and may use a single-elimination system or one of several other different playoff formats. Playoff, in regard to international fixtures, is to qualify or progress to the next round of a competition or tournament. In team sports in the U.S. and Canada, the vast distances and consequent burdens on cross-country travel have led to regional divisions of teams. Generally, during the regular season, teams play more games in their division than outside it, but the league's best teams might not play against each other in the regular season. Therefore, in the postseason a playoff series is organized
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Chilean Football League System
The Chilean football league system, called the Campeonatos Nacionales de Fútbol en Chile
Chile
or Liga Chilena de Fútbol in Spanish, is a series of interconnected leagues for football clubs in Chile.Contents1 Current system1.1 2017 (Transition) 1.2 20182 References 3 External linksCurrent system[edit] 2017 (Transition)[edit]LevelLeague(s)/Division(s)1Primera División 16 clubs↓↑ 0–1 club2Primera B 16 clubs↓↑ 1 club3Segunda División 11 clubs↓ 1 club ↑ 2 clubs4


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Iquique
Iquique
Iquique
(Spanish pronunciation: [iˈkike]) is a port city and commune in northern Chile, capital of both the Iquique Province
Iquique Province
and Tarapacá Region. It lies on the Pacific coast, west of the Pampa del Tamarugal which is part of Atacama Desert. It had a population of 180,601 according to the 2012 census.[2] It is also the main commune of the Greater Iquique. The city developed during the heyday of the saltpetre mining in Atacama Desert
Atacama Desert
in the 19th century. Originally a Peruvian
Peruvian
city with a large Chilean population, it was ceded to Chile as result of War of the Pacific
War of the Pacific
(1879–1883)
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Temuco
Temuco
Temuco
(Spanish pronunciation: [teˈmuko]) is a city and commune, capital of the Cautín Province
Cautín Province
and of the Araucanía Region
Araucanía Region
in southern Chile. The city is located 670 kilometres (416 miles) south of Santiago
Santiago
at the heart of the modern Araucanía Region
Araucanía Region
and historic Araucanía—the land of the Mapuche
Mapuche
who resisted Spanish conquest. Temuco
Temuco
was founded in 1881 during the occupation of Araucanía and grew quickly into one of Chile's main cities. Temuco's central place in Araucanía with easy access to the Andean valleys, lakes and coastal areas makes it a hub for tourism, agricultural, livestock and forestry operations as well as a communication and trade centre for the numerous small towns of Araucanía
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Viña Del Mar
Nickname(s): Ciudad Jardín (Garden City) "La Perla del Pacífico" (Pearl of the Pacific)Coordinates (city): 33°0′S 71°31′W / 33.000°S 71.517°W / -33.000; -71.517Coordinates: 33°0′S 71°31′W / 33.000°S 71.517°W / -33.000; -71.517Country  ChileRegion  ValparaísoProvince ValparaísoViña del Mar May 31, 1878Government[1] • Type Municipality • Alcalde Virginia Reginato Bozzo (UDI)Area[2] • City and Commune 121.6 km2 (47.0 sq mi)Elevation 2 m (7 ft)Population (2012 Census)[2] • City and Commune 324,836 • Density 2,700/km2 (6,900/sq mi) • Metro 930,220 • Urban 286,931 • Rural 0Time zone CLT[3] (UTC-4) • Summer (DST) CLST[4] (UTC−3)Area code(s) +56 32Website
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Talcahuano
Talcahuano
Talcahuano
(Spanish pronunciation: [talkaˈwano]) is a port city and commune in the Biobío Region
Biobío Region
of Chile. It is part of the Greater Concepción conurbation. Talcahuano
Talcahuano
is located in the south of the Central Zone of Chile.Contents1 Geography 2 Demographics 3 History3.1 27 February 2010 earthquake4 Economy 5 Administration 6 Culture6.1 Sports7 In literature 8 External links 9 ReferencesGeography[edit] Together with ten other municipalities, it forms part of the Concepción Province, which in turn is one of four provinces that forms the VIII Region of Biobío Region. Demographics[edit] According to the 2002 census of the National Statistics Institute, Talcahuano
Talcahuano
spans an area of 145.8 km2 (56 sq mi) and has 250,348 inhabitants (121,778 men and 128,570 women)
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Promotion And Relegation
In sports leagues, promotion and relegation is a process where teams are transferred between multiple divisions based on their performance for the completed season. The best-ranked team(s) in the lower division are promoted to the higher division for the next season, and the worst-ranked team(s) in the higher division are relegated to the lower division for the next season. In some leagues, playoffs or qualifying rounds are also used to determine rankings. This process can continue through several levels of divisions, with teams being exchanged between levels 1 and 2, levels 2 and 3, levels 3 and 4, and so on
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Rancagua
Rancagua
Rancagua
(Spanish pronunciation: [raŋˈkaɣwa]) is a city and commune in central Chile
Chile
and part of the Rancagua
Rancagua
conurbation. It is the capital of the Cachapoal Province
Cachapoal Province
and of the O'Higgins Region, located 87 km (54 mi) south of the national capital of Santiago. Its first name was Santa Cruz de Triana. In 2012, its population was 232,211.[1] The main economic activities range from mining, tourism, agriculture, timber, food production and services to minor industrial activities
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