The "Federación de Futbol Hispano-Marroquí" was founded in 1931 by clubs from the towns of Ceuta and Melilla, the Spanish Protectorate of Morocco (extended over the northern half of the current Morocco), and the neutral place of Tanger, and organized the "Campeonato Hispano-Marroquí", later called "Campeonato Norte de Africa".
It was also a qualifying phase of the Spanish Cup, in spite of being one of the championships with a relatively low level.
See also the list of cup winners.
Year Champions Runners-Up 1931-32 Cultura Sport Ceutí Ceuta FC 1932-33 Africa Sport Club Unión Santa Bárbara-Europa 1933-34 Ceuta Sport Africa Sport Club 1934-35 Ceuta Sport Africa Sport Club 1935-36 Athletic Club de Tetuán Español FC 1936-37 not played due to Spanish Civil War 1937-38 not played due to Spanish Civil War 1938-39 Ceuta Sport 1939-40 Ceuta Sport Escuela Hispano Árabe 1940-41 Ceuta Sport 1941-42 not played [*] 1942-43 Atlético Tetuán 1943-44 Unión Deportivo Melilla 1944-45 Patronato Dep. Larache 1945-46 not played 1946-47 Juventud Tetuán 1947-48 Unión Deportiva España de Tánger 1948-49 Club Maghreb Aksa de Tánger 1949-50 Español de Tetuán 1950-51 not decided (western group: Unión Tangerina; eastern group: Villa Nador) 1951-52 Unión Deportivo Sevillana de Tánger 1952-53 Larache CF 1953-54 CD Pescadores de Villa Sanjurja 1954-55 SD Ceuta 1955-56 SD Ceuta [*] one source lists Moghreb Tetuán as champions but Moghreb Tétouan were created in 1956 as a split-off of Atlético Tetuán
7 SD Ceuta (includes Ceuta Sport) 2 Atlético Tetuán (includes Athletic Club de Tetuán) 1 Africa Sport Club Cultura Sport Ceutí UD España de Tánger Español de Tetuán Juventud Tetuán Larache CF Club Maghreb Aksa de Tánger UD Melilla Patronato Dep. Larache CD Pescadores de Villa Sanjurja UD Sevillana de Tánger
1) Cultura Sport Ceutí and Ceuta FC merged into Ceuta Sport in 1932. 2) Ceuta Sport changed its name to SD Ceuta in 1941. 3) Tetuán is currently the town of Tétouan in Morocco. 4) In 1956 the Spanish Protectorate of Morocco joined the French Protectorate in the new independent Kingdom of Morocco. In order to retain Atlético's place in the Spanish Second Division, Atlético Tetuán and SD Ceuta officially merged in the new club Atlético Ceuta, and established in Ceuta. On the structures in Tetuan, a new club was formed, called Moghreb Tétouan.
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