Uruguay - List of Champions Second Division (Primera B)

1942 Miramar
1943 River Plate
1944 Rampla Juniors
1945 Progreso
1946 Cerro
1947 Danubio
1948   tournament abandoned
1949 Bella Vista
1950 Defensor 
1951 Sud América
1952 Wanderers
1953 Miramar
1954 Sud América
1955 Racing
1956 Fénix
1957 Sud América
1958 Racing
1959 Fénix
1960 Danubio
1961 Central 
1962 Wanderers
1963 Sud América
1964 Colón
1965 Defensor 
1966 Liverpool
1967 River Plate
1968 Bella Vista
1969 Huracán Buceo
1970 Danubio
1971 Rentistas
1972 Wanderers
1973 Fénix
1974 Racing
1975 Sud América
1976 Bella Vista
1977 Fénix
1978 River Plate
1979 Progreso
1980 Rampla Juniors
1981 El Tanque Sisley
1982 Colón
1983 Central Español
1984 River Plate
1985 Fénix
1986 Miramar Misiones
1987 Liverpool
1988 Rentistas
1989 Racing
1990 El Tanque Sisley
1991 River Plate
1992 Rampla Juniors
1993 Basáñez
1994 Sud América
1995 Huracán Buceo
1996 Rentistas
1997 Bella Vista
1998 Cerro
1999 Juventud (Las Piedras)
2000 Wanderers
2001 Villa Española
2002 Liverpool
2003 Cerrito
2004 River Plate
2005 Bella Vista
2006 Progreso
2007 Fénix
2008 Racing
2009 Fénix
2010 El Tanque Sisley
2011 Rentistas
2012 Central Español
2013 Sud América

Total Second Division Championships

 7 C:A: Fénix (Montevideo)
   IA Sud América (Montevideo)
 
 6 CA River Plate (Montevideo) 

 5 CA Bella Vista (Montevideo)
   Racing Club (Montevideo)
   
 4 Montevideo Wanderers FC (Montevideo)
   CA Rentistas (Montevideo)

 3 Central Español FC (Montevideo) (includes Central FC)
   Danubio FC (Montevideo)
   Liverpool FC (Montevideo)
   Miramar Misiones FC (includes Miramar) (Montevideo)
   CA Progreso (Montevideo) 
   Rampla Juniors FC (Montevideo)
   CCyD El Tanque Sisley (Montevideo)

 2 CA Cerro (Montevideo)
   Colón FC (Montevideo)
   CA Defensor (Montevideo) [*]
   CSyD Huracán Buceo (Montevideo)

 1 CA Basáñez (Montevideo)
   CS Cerrito (Montevideo)
   CA Juventud (Las Piedras)
   CSyD Villa Española (Montevideo)

[*] CA Defensor (a football club) merged in 1988 with Sporting Club 
    (a basketball club) and are now known as Defensor Sporting Club. 

Abbreviations used:

CA   Club Atlético
C:A: Centro Atlético
CCyD Centro Cultural y Deportivo
CS   Club Social
CSyD Club Social y Deportivo
FC   Football/Fútbol Club
IA   Institución Atlética


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Authors: Juan Pablo Andrés and Francisco Fernández
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