Superliga Feminina | Spain - an overview

The Spain Superliga Feminina or Liga Femenina Iberdrola is officially the Primera División de la Liga de Fútbol Femenino. This is Spain’s most upper league of Spanish Women’s Football. A league that has known by many names over the years, including Superliga Femenina, División de Honor and Liga Nacional. The current sponsorship deal means that the Primera División de la Liga de Fútbol Femenino is known as the Primera Iberdrola, or Liga Femenina Iberdrola. The woman’s professional game dates back to 1988. It has dominated the sport for most of that. Sixteen teams play in this league, with each team playing a home and an away game. Trophies include the league cup and the Copa de la Reina. At the end of the season, the top two teams qualify for the UEFA Women's Champions League, with third and four placed clubs entering the Europa League. The bottom two teams of the Spain Superliga Feminina at the end of each season are relegated to the Segunda División

About This Competition

The Spain Superliga Feminina or Liga Femenina Iberdrola is officially the Primera División de la Liga de Fútbol Femenino. This is Spain’s most upper league of Spanish Women’s Football. A league that has known by many names over the years, including Superliga Femenina, División de Honor and Liga Nacional. The current sponsorship deal means that the Primera División de la Liga de Fútbol Femenino is known as the Primera Iberdrola, or Liga Femenina Iberdrola. The woman’s professional game dates back to 1988. It has dominated the sport for most of that. Sixteen teams play in this league, with each team playing a home and an away game. Trophies include the league cup and the Copa de la Reina. At the end of the season, the top two teams qualify for the UEFA Women's Champions League, with third and four placed clubs entering the Europa League. The bottom two teams of the Spain Superliga Feminina at the end of each season are relegated to the Segunda División

Participating teams

  • Alhama CF (Women)
  • Athletic Club Femenino
    Instalaciones de Lezama, Bilbao
  • Atlético Madrid Femenino
    Estadio Cerro del Espino
  • Deportivo Alavés Gloriosas
  • FC Barcelona Femení
    Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper
  • Levante Las Planas (Women)
  • Levante UD Femenino
    Ciudad Deportiva Levante UD
  • Madrid CF Femenino
    Estadio Municipal Nuevo Matapiñonera, San Sebastián de los Reyes
  • RCD Espanyol Femenino
    Ciutat Esportiva Dani Jarque
  • Rayo Vallecano Femenino
    Ciudad Deportiva Rayo Vallecano, Stadium Madrid
  • Real Betis Féminas
    Luis del Sol, Sevilla
  • Real Madrid Femenino
  • Real Sociedad Femenino
    Zubieta Facilities, San Sebastian
  • S.D. Eibar
  • Sevilla FC Femenino
    Estadio Guadalquivir
  • Sporting De Huelva
    El Conquero
  • UD Granadilla Tenerife Sur
    Estadio Francisco Suárez
  • Valencia CF Femenino
    Ciudad Deportiva de Paterna, Ciudad Deportiva Valencia Paterna
  • Villarreal Women

Standings

#TeamPldDiff.Pnts
1FC Barcelona Femení LogoFC Barcelona Femení3012788
2Real Madrid Femenino304173
3Atlético Madrid Femenino LogoAtlético Madrid Femenino303161
4Levante UD Femenino LogoLevante UD Femenino303160
5Athletic Club Femenino LogoAthletic Club Femenino30153
6Madrid CF Femenino LogoMadrid CF Femenino30750
7Sevilla FC Femenino LogoSevilla FC Femenino30-344
8Real Sociedad Femenino LogoReal Sociedad Femenino30-1536
9UD Granadilla Tenerife Sur LogoUD Granadilla Tenerife Sur30-1332
10S.D. Eibar30-2631
11Real Betis Féminas LogoReal Betis Féminas30-3830
12Valencia CF Femenino LogoValencia CF Femenino30-2929
13Levante Las Planas FC Women30-2028
14Granada30-2527
15Villarreal Women30-2625
16Sporting De Huelva30-439