Mexico - List of Third Level Champions


Tercera División

In 1967 the "Tercera División" league was created; its the winners were promoted to the
Segunda División from 1967-68 to 1981-82.

Since 1982-83 to 1993-94 the winners were promoted directly to "Segunda División A" and 
the runners-up were promoted to "Segunda División B".

Season 		Champion   		Runners-up

1967-68 	Zapata     		U.A.E.M.
1968-69 	Naucalpan  		Querétaro
1969-70 	San Luis Potosí 	Querétaro
México 70 	San Luis Potosí		Cuautla
1970-71 	Lobos de Queretaro	Tecnológico de Celaya
1971-72 	Orizaba			España Veracruz
1972-73  	U.A.de Guadalajara      Nuevo Necaxa
1973-74 	Celaya			Tapatio
1974-75 	U.A.E.M.		Estudiantes Querétaro
1975-76 	T.A.M.S.A.		Diablos Blancos (Torreón)
1976-77 	Osos Grises
1977-78 	Zamora			U.V.de Coatzacoalcos
1978-79 	Oaxtepec		U.P.A.E.P. (Águilas)
1979-80 	Lobos de Tlaxcala	Río Blanco
1980-81 	Azucareros de Córdoba
1981-82 	Poza Rica		Celaya
1982-83 	Tecoman			U.A.Querétaro
1983-84 	San Mateo Atenco	U. de Colima (Loros)
1984-85 	Búfalos Curtidores	Chetumal
1985-86 	Progreso de Cocula	Águila Progreso Industrial (A.P.I.)
1986-87 	Águila Progreso Ind.	Alianza de Sayula
1987-88 	Ecatepec		U. de Colima (Loros)
1988-89 	Ayense			Grupo Yucatan
1989-90 	Zitlaltepec		Cruz Azul Hidalgo
1990-91 	Linces de Celaya
1991-92 	A. San Francisco
1992-93 	Colimense
1993-94 	Tigrillos U.N.L.

Notes:
T.A.M.S.A: Tubos de Acero México S.A..
U.A.E.M:   Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México
U.P.A.E.P: Universidad Popular Autónoma del Estado de Puebla


Segunda División B

Season   Champion                       Runners Up

1982-83  U.A. Tamaulipas                Uruapan 
1983-84  Santos Laguna                  U.A. Querétaro
1984-85  La Piedad                      Pumas ENEP
1985-86  Tapatio                        Orizaba
1986-87  S.U.O.O. (1)                   Cachorros Neza
1987-88  Jabatos Nuevo León             Pachuca  
1988-89  Bachilleres                    Galicia
1989-90  Cachorros Zamora               Guerreros Acapulco
1990-91  Ayense                         S.U.O.O.
1991-92  Deportivo Tepatitlán           Zitlaltepec 
1992-93  Chapulines Oaxaca              Tecomán 
1993-94  Tapatio                        La Piedad

Note:
(1) S.U.O.O. = Sindicato Único de Obreros Organizados


Segunda División
 
Season   Champion                       Runners Up

1994-95  Cruz Azul Hidalgo              Bachilleres
1995-96  Tigrillos UANL
1996-97  Bachilleres                    CF Aguascalientes
1997-98
Winter   Deportivo Zitácuaro            Durango
Summer   CF Aguascalientes (P)
1998-99
Winter   Durango                        Deportivo Zitácuaro
Summer   Durango (P)                    Marte Morelos FC 
1999-00
Winter   CF Cuautitlán
Summer   Marte Morelos FC (P) (1)
2000-01
Winter   Águila de Tamaulipas (P) (2)
Summer   Potros Zitácuaro               Deportivo Cihuatlán
2001-02
Winter   Deportivo Cihuatlán (P)        CD Tapatío
Summer   Astros de Ciudad Juárez        Deportivo Autlán
2002-03
Apertura Pachuca "B" (F)                América "B" 
         Deportivo Tepic                Real de la Plata
Clausura Necaxa "B" (F)                 Toluca "B"
         Delfines Coatzacoalcos (P)     Tecamachalco
2003-04
Apertura Guadalajara "B" (F)            Atlas FC
         Lobos BUAP (4)                 CF Cuautitlán
Clausura Santos Laguna "B" (F)          Tecos UAG "B"
         Pachuca Juniors (P)            América Coapa
2004-05 
Apertura Guadalajara "B" (F)            Santos Laguna "B"
         Académicos                     Deportivo Autlán
Clausura Guadalajara "B" (F)            Pachuca CF "B"
         Académicos (P) (3)             Cachorros UG
2005-06 
Apertura Atlas FC (F)                   Pumas Prepa
         Delfines Coatzacoalcos "B" (5) Pumas Naucalpan
Clausura Santos Laguna "B" (F)          Atlas FC
         CF Pegaso Anáhuac (P) (6)      CD Pénjamo-Irapuato 
2006-07
Apertura Chivas San Rafael (F)          Toluca FC "B"
         Pachuca Juniors (P) (7)        Atlas FC 
Clausura America Coapa (F)              Pumas Prepa
         CD Cruz Azul Jasso             Necaxa Rayos
2007-08
Apertura Monarcas Morelia "B" (F)       Rayados de Monterrey 2ª
         Pachuca Juniors                Tiburones Rojos de Córdoba
Clausura CD Guadalajara (F)             Monarcas Morelia
         Universidad del Fútbol         Atlético Cihuatlán
2008-09
Apertura Mérida FC (LPA) (P) (9)        Loros de la Universidad de Colima   
         Univ.Autonoma de Hidalgo (LNT) Alto Rendimiento Tuzo
         Atlas FC (F)                   Santos Laguna
Clausura Universidad del Fútbol (LPA)   Dorados de Los Mochis
         America Coapa (LNT) (P) (10)   Correcaminos UAT
         CD Guadalajara (F)             Santos Laguna
2009-10
Apertura Universidad del Fútbol (LPA)   Altamira FC
         Correcaminos UAT (LNT) (P)     Deportivo Durango   
Bicen-   Univ. del Fútbol (LPA) (11)    Chivas Rayadas
tenario  Univ.Autónoma de Hidalgo (LNT) América Coapa




Notes:

(F) Filiales tournament, they cannot promote to Second Level.
(LPA) Liga Premier de Ascenso, in season 2008-09, Third Level 
      was divided in two championships "Liga Premier de Ascenso"
      with promotion to Second Level and "Liga de Nuevos Talentos" 
      with promotion to "Liga Premier de Ascenso"
(LNT) Liga de Nuevos Talentos
(P) Promoted to Second Level.
(1) In the next season change name to Potros Marte Pegaso 
(2) In the next season change name to Tampico-Madero
(3) In the next season change name to Coyotes de Sonora
(4) Also promoted to Second Level
(5) Also promoted to Second Level, and in the next season change name 
   to Pumas Morelos
(6) In the next season change name to Pegaso Real Colima
(7) In the next season change name to Jaguares de Tapachula
(8) In the next season change name to Irapuato
(9) In the next season were disolved.
(10) In the next season, moved to Manzanillo and play as America Manzanillo.
(11) Universidad de Fútbol, as Pachuca Filial, are not eligible to
     promote, so Altamira FC (2nd in Aggregate Table) took their place.


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