Spain - List of Champions of Aragón


The "Federación Aragonesa de Fútbol" was founded in 1922 by the teams of the region of Aragon and the Castilian province of Soria. It organized the "Campeonato de Aragón" from 1922-23.

It was also a qualifying phase of the Spanish Cup.


Winners

Year           Champions
1922-23        Iberia SD (Zaragoza)
1923-24        Stadium FC (Zaragoza)
1924-25        Stadium FC (Zaragoza)
1925-26        Iberia SD (Zaragoza)
1926-27        Iberia SD (Zaragoza)
1927-28        Iberia SD (Zaragoza)
1928-29        Iberia SD (Zaragoza)
1929-30        Iberia SD (Zaragoza)
1930-31        Iberia SD (Zaragoza)
1931-32 [1]      not played 
1932-33 [2]      not played  
1933-34 [2]      not played 
1934-35 [3]      not played  
1935-36 [3]      not played 
1936-37          not played due to Spanish Civil War
1937-38          not played due to Spanish Civil War
1938-39        Aviación Nacional (Zaragoza)
1939-40 [2]      not played  

Notes:

[1] In the season 1931-32 Iberia SD played in the Camp. Centro-Aragón and
    Zaragoza CD in the Camp. Guipúzcoa-Navarra-Aragón.
[2] In the seasons 1932-33, 1933-34 and 1939-40 Zaragoza FC played the
    Campeonato Guipúzcoa-Navarra-Aragón.
[3] In the seasons 1934-35 and 1935-36 Zaragoza FC played the Campeonato
    Castilla-Aragón.

No team from Aragón ever was champion of any of the "multi-regional"
championships, but Zaragoza FC were runners-up of Castilla-Aragón in 1935-36
and of Guipúzcoa-Navarra-Aragon in 1939-40.


Number of wins

 7 Iberia SD  (Zaragoza)

 2 Stadium FC  (Zaragoza)

 1 Aviación Nacional  (Zaragoza)


Name changes

1) Stadium FC and Zaragoza FC merged in 1925, taking the name of Zaragoza CD.
2) Zaragoza CD and Iberia SD merged in 1932, founding a club with the old name
   of Zaragoza FC, who changed in 1941 to Real Zaragoza CD.
3) Aviación Nacional was a military team founded during the War. In 1939 they
   merged with Athletic Madrid, taking the name of Athletic Aviación (currently,
   C. Atlético de Madrid).

About this document

Prepared and maintained by Carles Lozano Ferrer for the Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation

Author: Carles Lozano Ferrer (ferrer@economistes.com)
Last updated: 21 Jan 2000

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