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Organization of Football in Spain

The organization of football in Spain is based on a hierarchical league structure, allowing clubs to ascend or descend based on their performance. This structure is divided into several levels, ranging from professionalism to semi-professionalism, down to amateur football.

At the top of the hierarchy is the La Liga, which is the highest level of Spanish football. It comprises 20 professional clubs that compete for the title of Spanish champion. The bottom three teams in the standings at the end of the season are relegated to the Segunda División, which also includes 22 clubs. The top two teams from this division are promoted to La Liga, while the bottom four descend to the Segunda División B.

The Segunda División B, the third level, is subdivided into five groups of 20 clubs each. The top four teams from each group are promoted to Segunda División, and the bottom four are relegated to the Tercera División. This level is subdivided into 18 regional groups, operating on the same principle of promotion and relegation with the Segunda División B and the Primera División RFEF.

The Primera División RFEF, the fifth level of Spanish football, is organized into 18 regional groups. It includes amateur clubs as well as reserve teams from professional outfits. Beyond the Primera División RFEF, the system continues with regional and departmental divisions, highlighting the depth and richness of Spanish football at all levels of competition.

The Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF)

The Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) is the official body overseeing football in Spain. Established in 1909, it is responsible for the organization and development of football at all levels, from amateur football to professional competitions. The RFEF also supervises national teams, including the men's, women's, and youth teams of Spain. Its role extends to managing the rules of the game, promoting sportsmanship, and overseeing ethics in the sport.

Under the auspices of the RFEF is the Professional Football League (LFP), which manages the men's professional leagues, La Liga and Segunda División, as well as the Copa del Rey. The RFEF also organizes the Supercopa de España, a competition open to all Spanish clubs, from amateur to professional. Beyond competitions, the RFEF places a strong emphasis on developing women's football, sports infrastructure, and training programs for players and coaches.