The clubs of the province of Santander (currently Cantabria) played originally against teams of the Basque Country in the Campeonato Norte (1913-17) and the Campeonato de Vizcaya (1917-1923)
In 1923 the Santanderian clubs founded the "Federación Cántabra de Fútbol" and organized their own regional championship.
It was also a qualifying phase of the Spanish Cup.
Year Champions 1923-24 R Racing C. de Santander 1924-25 R Racing C. de Santander 1925-26 R Racing C. de Santander 1926-27 R Racing C. de Santander 1927-28 R Racing C. de Santander 1928-29 R Racing C. de Santander 1929-30 R Racing C. de Santander 1930-31 R Racing C. de Santander 1931-32  not played 1932-33  Racing C. de Santander 1933-34 Racing C. de Santander 1934-35  not played 1935-36  not played 1936-37 not played due to Spanish Civil War 1937-38 not played due to Spanish Civil War 1938-39 Racing C. de Santander 1939-40 Racing C. de Santander Notes:  In the season 1931-32 the Championships of Asturias and Cantabria merged in the "Campeonato Astur-cántabro". An Asturian team, Oviedo FC, was the champion.  In 1932-33 the "Campeonato de Cantabria" is rebuilt, adding the Castilian club Palencia.  In the seasons 1934-35 and 1935-36 the Cantabrian teams joined the teams from Centro, Castilla-León, Aragon and Logroño in the "Campeonato Castilla-Aragón". Racing C de Santander was runners-up in 1934-35.
12 Real Racing C. de Santander
Real Racing Club de Santander lost the word "Real" in 1931. In 1941 it took the name of Real Santander. In 1972 recovered the original name.
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Last updated: 25 Jan 2000
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