Perui Segunda

Perui Segunda

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Fixtures

DateRHazai vs Vendég-
08/13 20:00 7 CD Coopsol vs Comerciantes Unidos View
08/14 20:00 7 Pirata FC vs Sport Chavelines Juniors View
08/14 20:00 7 Santos FC vs Unión Comercio View
08/14 20:00 7 Deportivo Llacuabamba vs Alfonso Ugarte de Puno View
08/14 20:30 7 CD Los Chankas vs Cusco FC View
08/14 20:30 7 Union Huaral vs Alianza Universidad View

Results

Date R Hazai vs Vendég -
08/07 20:30 6 Comerciantes Unidos vs Santos FC 1-1
08/07 20:00 6 Juan Aurich vs Union Huaral 4-1
08/07 20:00 6 Alfonso Ugarte de Puno vs Pirata FC 2-1
08/07 18:00 6 [3] Unión Comercio vs CD Los Chankas [6] 4-0
08/06 20:00 6 [2] Cusco FC vs Deportivo Llacuabamba [7] 2-0
08/06 01:00 6 [6] Alianza Universidad vs CD Coopsol [11] 6-1
07/31 20:30 5 CD Los Chankas vs Comerciantes Unidos 2-0
07/31 20:30 5 [13] Sport Chavelines Juniors vs Alfonso Ugarte de Puno [10] 1-1
07/31 20:00 5 [3] Santos FC vs Alianza Universidad [5] 2-2
07/31 20:00 5 [11] Pirata FC vs Cusco FC [1] 2-2
07/31 20:00 5 Deportivo Llacuabamba vs Unión Comercio 0-3
07/30 20:00 5 [11] CD Coopsol vs Juan Aurich [12] 0-0

The Liga 2 (Ligue 2) of Peru is the second-highest division in the Peruvian football league system. It is a professional and promotional division organized by the Peruvian Football Federation. After years of changing numbers of clubs, as of 2021 the league includes 12 clubs.

History

The format of the Second Division has changed over the years. For decades after it was first formed in 1936, only clubs from the Department of Lima participated in the annual tournament. The winner was promoted to the Primera Division Peruana (First Division), the professional league.

  • 1988-1990, the winner was promoted to the Regional Metropolitan League (Torneo Metropolitano Regional).
  • 1991, there was no promotion because the First Division was undergoing major changes.
  • 1992, the format changed again. This time the winner of the tournament would play against the winners of the northern, southern and central regions in order to be promoted.
  • 1993-1997, the former system, in which the winner was directly promoted to the first division, was used.
  • 1998, the winner of the Second Division played a game against the second-to-last placed club of the First Division, to determine which would be in the First Division.
  • 1999-2003, the former system of promotion and relegation was used.
  • 2004-2008, a new format was adopted, in which the winner and runner-up of the Second Division would play in the Round of 16 of the Copa Perú.
  • 2009, the winner of the tournament was promoted to the First Division, while the last team was relegated from the tournament and played in the 2010 edition of the Copa Perú. Their places were taken by the two relegated clubs of the First Division, and the team that finished in third place in the 2009 Copa Perú.
  • 2010, the former system, in which the winner was directly promoted to the first division, was used. Two teams left the tournament before its start which reduced the number of teams participating back to ten.
  • 2011, Ten teams played a home and way tournament and split the second half into two groups, the top five teams from the previous stage decided the Champion while the bottom five fought against relegation.
  • 2012, the former system, in which the winner was directly promoted to the first division, was used. Two teams left the tournament before its start which reduced the number of teams to ten and automatically relegated them to the 2013 edition of the Copa Peru.
  • 2013, the leagues was expanded to 16 teams. A rigorous financial stability check was implemented which only 14 teams passed. Two teams were relegated to the 2014 edition of the Copa Peru.