Campionato Sammarinese di Calcio
The Campionato Sammarinese di Calcio ( German: Sammarinese football championship ) is the football championship of San Marino. The league was founded in 1985 and comprises 15 teams in two groups ( A and Girone B Girone ) are divided. The Masters is played in a play-off round at the end of the season. Is administered by the League Sammarinese football association.
- 4.1 Development
All teams are amateur clubs. The only professional club in the country, San Marino Calcio, playing in the Italian third division. The Sammarinese league is among the weakest in Europe. The Master takes part in qualifying for the UEFA Champions League, the runner-up as well as the national cup winner in the Europa League qualifiers.
Position in the UEFA five year ranking (in brackets the previous year placement). The abbreviation CL and EL countries behind the coefficients indicate the number of representatives in the 2014/15 season of the Champions League and the Europa League.
- 50 (50 ) Armenia Armenia (league, cup ) - coefficient: 1,750 - CL: 1, EL: 3
- 51 (51 ) Faroe Faroe Islands (league, cup ) - coefficient: 1.583 - CL: 1, EL: 3
- 52 (53 ) San Marino (league, cup ) - coefficient: 0.666 - CL: 1, EL: 2
- 53 (52 ) Andorra (league, cup ) - coefficient: 0.500 - CL: 1, EL: 2
- 54 (54 ) Gibraltar (league, cup ) - coefficient: 0.000 - CL: 1, EL: 2
As of the end of the European campaign of 2012/13
Until 1996 there was a first and a second league ( Serie A1 and A2 ), which were interlinked through promotion and relegation. The first table of the 2nd league was even qualified for the play- off round, won in 1996 with the AC Libertas for the only time a second division, a European Championship. Since then, the teams are divided into two parallel groups.
The championship consists of two phases. First, in the regular season, the play-off participants are played. Thereafter, in the play-offs of the masters is determined.
The 15 teams will be divided before the start of each season in two groups (A and B). A group of seven, the other group of eight teams. During the regular season, each team plays twice against every other team of their own group and once against each team in the other group. Thus, the teams of Seven to 20 and the teams of the Group of Eight come to 21 games. The first three of both groups will qualify for the play-off round.
Basically, any play-off round of a game. This means that when there is a tie after 90 minutes, there are extension and possibly penalties. The game is played a double knock-out system, which means a team will change after the first defeat of the winning round in the losers bracket and separates only from after the second defeat.
- The winner of 3rd round ( winning round ) meets the winner of the semi-finals ( loser's bracket ). The team that wins this game is san- marinesischer champion.
Participants 2012/13 season
- SS Cosmos
- FC Domagnano
- FC Fiorentio
- SS Folgore / Falciano
- SS Pennarossa
- SS San Giovanni
- SP Tre Fiori
- SP Tre Penne
- 2006: SS Murata
- 2007: SS Murata
- 2008: SS Murata
- 2009: SP Tre Fiori
- 2010: SP Tre Fiori
- 2011: SP Tre Fiori
- 2012: SP Tre Penne
- 2013: SP Tre Penne
All time standings
In the eternal table record champions SP Tre Fiori is located just in front of SS Murata. In addition Murata SC Faetano and AC Libertas are the only teams that have participated in every season. The calculation is the 3- point rule applied ( three points for a win, one point per draw). All matches in the championship finals are included in the table. Colored background clubs play in the 2013/14 season in the Campionato Sammarinese di Calcio.