Costa Rica - List of Second Division Champions

1943    Sindicato del Calzado 
1944      unknown
1945    Atlético Álvarez 
1946      unknown
1947    Rohrmoser
1948    Saprissa
1949    Uruguay
1950    Moravia
1951      unknown
1952    Nicolás Marín (later renamed Barrio México)
1953    Guadelupe
1954      unknown (presumably cancelled)
1955      unknown
1956      unknown (presumably cancelled)
1957    Carmelita
1958    Orión
1959    La Libertad
1960    Uruguay
1961      unknown
1961-62   unknown

1962-63 Nicolás Marín (later renamed Barrio México)
1963-64 Turrialba
1964-65 San Carlos
1965-66 Barrio México
1966-67 San Ramón
1967-68 Uruguay
1968-69 Turrialba
1969-70 Rohrmoser
1970-71 Limón 
1971-72 Turrialba
1972-73 Universidad
1973-74 Turrialba
1974-75 Guanacaste
1975-76 Puntarenas
1976-77 San Carlos
1977-78   no championship awarded
1978-79 San Miguel
1979-80 Municipal San José
1980-81 Sagrada Familia
1981-82 El Carmen
1982-83 Cartaginés
1983-84 Curridabat
1984-85 Guanacaste
1985-86 Curridabat
1986-87 CS Uruguay 
1987-88 Palmares
1988-89 Generaleña
1989-90   no championship awarded (because of participation Costa Rica
1990-91 Pérez Zeledón              in World Cup 1990)
1991-92 Ramonense 
1992-93 Belén
1993-94 Sagrada Familia
1994-95 Guanacaste
1995-96 Goicoechea
1996-97 Santa Bárbara
1997-98 Limón
1998-99 Santos 
1999-00 Osa
2000-01 Liberia
2001-02 Guanacaste
2002-03 Ramonense
2003-04 Belén
2004-05 Santacruceña 
2005-06 San Carlos
2006-07 Universidad
2007-08 Ramonense
2008-09 Santos 
2009-10 Limón FC
2010-11 Belén
2011-12 Uruguay 

Total Championships (47, since 1962-63)

 4 AD Guanacaste (Nicoya)
   AD Ramonense (San Ramón de Alajuela)
   Turrialba FC (Turrialba)

 3 San Carlos FC (San Carlos)
   AD Limonense/Limón FC (Limón)
   Belén Siglo XXI (Belén) [formerly AD Belemita]
   CS Uruguay (Coronado)

 2 Barrio México [includes Nicolás Marín]
   Municipal Curridabat (Curridabat)
   Sagrada Familia
   Santos (Guápiles)
   Universidad (San José)

 1 El Carmen (Alajuela)
   CD Cartaginés (Cartago)
   AD Municipal Generaleña (San Isidro de Pérez Zeledón)
   Goicochea (San Miguel)
   Liberia
   Municipal San José (San José)
   Osa
   Palmares FC (Palmares)
   AD Pérez Zeledón (San Isidro de Pérez Zeledón)
   Municipal Puntarenas (Puntarenas)
   Rohrmoser
   San Miguel
   Santa Bárbara
   Santacruceña 

NB: on Sep 26, 1991, AD Pérez Zeledón and AD Municipal Generaleña
    merged into AD Municipal Pérez Zeledón.



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Last updated: 11 Oct 2012

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