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The Liga de Ascenso is the second professional level of the Mexican football league system. The winner of the tournament is promoted to the Primera División de México.

The bottom team gets relegated to the Segunda División.

Formerly known as Primera División A (First Division A) the league changed its name and competition format in 2009. The main changes are that clubs now don't need a FMF Certification to get promoted and that the competition doesn't use group stages.

Current teams

The following 17 clubs will compete in the Liga de Acenso during the 2009–10 season.
Primera División A
Name City Affiliate Kitmaker
Lobos BUAP Pueblamarker None Kappa
Cruz Azul Hidalgo Jassomarker CDCS Cruz Azul Umbro
Alacranes de Durango Durangomarker None Keuka
Guerreros FC Hermosillomarker None Time
Irapuato FC Irapuatomarker None Keuka
CF La Piedad La Piedad None Marvalmarker
Club León Leónmarker None Pirma
Mérida FC Méridamarker None 4 Sport
Necaxa Aguascalientesmarker None Voit
Albinegros de Orizaba Orizabamarker None Odra Sport
Potros Neza Nezahualcóyotlmarker Atlante FC Garcis
Pumas Morelos Cuernavacamarker Pumas UNAM Puma

Dorados de Sinaloa Culiacanmarker None Ardex
Club Tijuana Tijuanamarker None Atletica
Correcaminos UAT Victoriamarker None Ardex
U. de Guadalajara Guadalajaramarker None Atletica
Tiburones Rojos Veracruzmarker None Joma


Champions

Currently Promoted To (The Primera Division)
Queretaro FC
Currently Relegated From (The Primera Division)
Necaxa
Currently Promoted To (Liga de Ascenso)
None
Currently Relegated from (The Primera División A)
many
Folded/closed down from (N/A)
Socio Agila, Indios Chihuahua, Santos II, Tigres II, Atletico Mexiquese, Tampico, Monterrey II, Academicos, U.A. Guadalajara II
Changed Name/Location (Liga de Ascenso)
Tapatio, Petroleros, Real Colima,


Season Champion Runner-up Promoted
1994-1995 Atlético Celaya CF Pachuca Atlético Celaya
1995-1996 CF Pachuca Tigrillos Hermosillo CF Pachuca
Invierno 1996 Tigres UANL Atlético Hidalgo
Verano 1997 Tigres UANL Correcaminos UAT Tigres UANL
Invierno 1997 CF Pachuca Real Sociedad de Zacatecas
Verano 1998 Tigrillos Zacatepec CF Pachuca
Invierno 1998 Venados de Yucatán Chivas Tijuana
Verano 1999 Unión de Curtidores Cruz Azul Hidalgo Unión de Curtidores
Invierno 1999 CD Irapuato Zacatepec
Verano 2000 CD Irapuato Cruz Azul Hidalgo CD Irapuato
Invierno 2000 Gallos de Aguascalientes CF La Piedad
Verano 2001 CF La Piedad Toros Neza CF La Piedad
Invierno 2001 Veracruz Real San Luis
Verano 2002 Real San Luis Tigrillos Saltillo Real San Luis
Apertura 2002 CD Irapuato CF La Piedad
Clausura 2003 Club León CD Tapatio CD Irapuato
Apertura 2003 Dorados de Sinaloa Cobras de Ciudad Juárez
Clausura 2004 Club León Dorados de Sinaloa Dorados de Sinaloa
Apertura 2004 Club San Luis Atlético Mexiquense
Clausura 2005 Querétaro FC Club León Club San Luis
Apertura 2005 Puebla FC Cruz Azul Oaxaca
Clausura 2006 Querétaro FC Indios de Ciudad Juárez Querétaro FC
Apertura 2006 Puebla FC Salamanca FC
Clausura 2007 Dorados de Sinaloa Club León Puebla FC
Apertura 2007 Indios de Ciudad Juárez Dorados de Sinaloa
Clausura 2008 Club León Dorados de Sinaloa Indios de Ciudad Juárez
Apertura 2008 Querétaro FC Irapuato FC
Clausura 2009 Mérida FC Club Tijuana Querétaro FC


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