The División de Honor de Fútbol Sala is the highest Spanish Futsal League. It exists since the 1989/90 season and will of the Liga Nacional de Fútbolo Sala ( LNFS ) operated. Teams in the Spanish League could yet decide four of the seven UEFA Futsal Cups for himself, and took three of four FIFA Futsal World Cups, which is why the Cup is regarded as the world's strongest.


The League plays according to the rules of the FIFA Futsal. At the championship take part 16 teams battling it out a round-trip round. The rankings in the table result from the progress made in batches points: three points for a win, one point in a draw and zero points in case of defeat. Case of a tie decides not immediately goal difference over the placement, but the results of the direct encounter between the teams. After the regular season the last two clubs in the table rise directly into the second division, the División Plata, from. The first eight, however, deny a play-off for the championship.

The winner of the competition will be directly qualified for the UEFA Futsal Cup, and also denies the Supercup against Cup Winners' Cup and the Copa Ibérica against the Portuguese champions.

Overview of the Master

Title by team