Primera División Femenina

CountrySpainSpain
Season2023

The Primera División Femenina, also known as the Liga Femenina Iberdrola due to sponsorship reasons, is the highest level of league competition for Spanish women's football. Established in 1988, it is managed by the Royal Spanish Football Federation. The league is considered one of the most competitive women's football leagues globally and has significantly contributed to the growth of women's football in Spain.

The Primera División Femenina consists of 16 teams that compete in a round-robin format, with each team playing the others twice, once at home and once away. The team with the most points at the end of the season is crowned the champion. The bottom two teams are relegated to the Segunda División Femenina, replaced by the top two teams from that division.

Over the years, the Primera División Femenina has been dominated by several teams, including Athletic Bilbao, Barcelona, and Levante. Barcelona, in particular, has been a dominant force, winning multiple titles and producing many players for the Spanish national team.

The league has seen a significant increase in popularity and competitiveness over the years. This growth has been reflected in the increased attendance at matches, the improved quality of play, and the number of players from the league representing Spain in international competitions.

The Primera División Femenina has also played a crucial role in promoting women's football in Spain. It has helped to break down barriers and challenge stereotypes, providing a platform for female players to showcase their skills and passion for the game. The league's success has inspired many young girls in Spain and beyond to take up football, contributing to the growth of the sport at the grassroots level.

In recent years, the Primera División Femenina has made significant strides in professionalizing women's football in Spain. In 2015, the league signed a historic collective bargaining agreement, providing players with improved working conditions, including minimum wages and maternity rights. This agreement was a significant milestone in the fight for gender equality in Spanish football.

In conclusion, the Primera División Femenina is more than just a football league. It is a symbol of the progress made in women's football in Spain and a testament to the talent, determination, and passion of its players. As the league continues to grow and evolve, it will undoubtedly continue to play a crucial role in the development of women's football in Spain and beyond.

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Primera División Femenina Top Scorers

The current top scorer list for Primera División Femenina in 2023

Player Team Goals
madrid-cff-w 8
barcelona-w 6
levante-w 6
atletico-madrid-w 0
real-madrid-w 0
levante-w 0
atletico-madrid-w 0
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madrid-cff-w
villarreal-w

Primera División Femenina standings

Rank Team MP W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Barcelona W players, news and schedule Barcelona W 21 20 1 0 92 5 87 61
2 Real Madrid W players, news and schedule Real Madrid W 22 17 1 4 53 25 28 52
3 Levante W players, news and schedule Levante W 21 12 7 2 40 12 28 43
4 Atletico Madrid W players, news and schedule Atletico Madrid W 22 12 6 4 37 16 21 42
5 Madrid CFF W players, news and schedule Madrid CFF W 22 13 3 6 49 35 14 42
6 Athletic Club W players, news and schedule Athletic Club W 22 12 2 8 27 25 2 38
7 Sevilla W players, news and schedule Sevilla W 22 11 3 8 44 42 2 36
8 Real Sociedad W players, news and schedule Real Sociedad W 22 7 7 8 29 39 -10 28
9 Granad. Tenerife W players, news and schedule Granad. Tenerife W 22 7 6 9 29 36 -7 27
10 Valencia W players, news and schedule Valencia W 22 6 4 12 27 47 -20 22
11 Villarreal W players, news and schedule Villarreal W 22 5 6 11 19 38 -19 21
12 Levante Las Planas players, news and schedule Levante Las Planas 22 4 8 10 25 43 -18 20
13 Eibar W players, news and schedule Eibar W 22 5 5 12 14 38 -24 20
14 Granada players, news and schedule Granada 22 5 3 14 23 39 -16 18
15 Real Betis W players, news and schedule Real Betis W 22 4 4 14 19 54 -35 16
16 Sporting Huelva W players, news and schedule Sporting Huelva W 22 1 2 19 14 47 -33 5

Prediction Stats

Correct Strike rate
Winner 103/136 76%
Over/Under 31/35 89%
League Correct %
Pro League logo Pro League 44/53 83%
Cup logo Cup 9/11 82%
Primera División - Apertura logo Primera División - Apertura 28/34 82%
Premier League logo Premier League 50/62 81%
World Cup - Qualification Asia logo World Cup - Qualification Asia 28/35 80%
First League logo First League 118/150 79%
Liga 1 logo Liga 1 65/83 78%
Super League 1 logo Super League 1 113/144 78%
Primera División Femenina logo Primera División Femenina 103/136 76%
Liga Pro logo Liga Pro 130/170 76%