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Escrito por celes Domingo, 05 de Mayo de 2013 17:23

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Atlante - UNAM Pumas

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05.05.2013
14:00 Deportivo Toluca - San Luis
20:00 Atlante - UNAM Pumas

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Va Pumas a cumplir meta

“Todo el torneo lo hemos estado trabajando, hemos tratado de ser la mejor defensa o la defensa menos goleada, porque así nos lo propusimos desde un principio, vamos por buen camino, esperemos hacer un buen partido allá en Cancún, mantener el cero atrás, que es muy importante”, dijo Luis Fuentes./ FOTO: AGENCIA REFORMA

Con la tranquilidad de tener el boleto a la Liguilla en la mano, los Pumas de la UNAM enfrentarán al Atlante para buscar tres objetivos concretos: consagrarse como una de las defensivas menos goleadas, una mejor posición en la tabla general y mantener el ritmo de los últimas jornadas antes de enfrentar la Liguilla.

“Todo el torneo lo hemos estado trabajando, hemos tratado de ser la mejor defensa o la defensa menos goleada, porque así nos lo propusimos desde un principio, vamos por buen camino, esperemos hacer un buen partido allá en Cancún, mantener el cero atrás, que es muy importante”, dijo Luis Fuentes.

“Las dos cosas son importantes, tenemos que mantener un ritmo de juego importante, como lo hemos venido haciendo, de menos a más, tenemos que mantenernos ahí o mejorarlo, también estamos buscando ganar para poder estar mejor posicionados en la tabla”, dijo.

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Domingo 5 de Mayo de 2013:

Equipo 1
Equipo 2Hora
Toluca
vs San Luis
GuatemalaCosta Rica 11:00 AM
PeruEcuadorColombiaUSAMexico 12:00 PM
Venezuela 12:30 PM
BoliviaParaguayChileCanada 1:00 PM
ArgentinaUruguayBrasil 2:00 PM
España 7:00 PM
Atlante
vs Pumas
GuatemalaCosta Rica 5:00 PM
PeruEcuadorColombiaUSAMexico 6:00 PM
Venezuela 6:30 PM
BoliviaParaguayChileCanada 7:00 PM
ArgentinaUruguayBrasil 8:00 PM
España 1:00 AM
Pos. Equipo PJ Ptos G E P GF GC +/-
1 Tigres UANL 17 35 10 5 2 30 14 16
2 Club América 17 32 9 5 3 30 15 15
3 Club Atlas 17 32 9 5 3 20 13 7
4 Monarcas Morelia 17 30 8 6 3 25 18 7
5 Cruz Azul 17 29 8 5 4 35 20 15
6 Santos Laguna 17 29 8 5 4 20 13 7
7 UNAM Pumas 16 26 7 5 4 17 13 4
8 Querétaro FC 17 24 6 6 5 18 20 -2
9 CF Monterrey 17 23 7 2 8 22 22 0
10 Club Tijuana 17 21 6 3 8 19 21 -2
11 Pachuca CF 17 20 6 2 9 18 25 -7
12 Puebla FC 17 19 5 4 8 20 27 -7
13 Deportivo Toluca 16 18 5 3 8 14 20 -6
14 Jaguares Chiapas 17 17 4 5 8 21 32 -11
15 Club León 17 16 3 7 7 14 18 -4
16 Guadalajara Chivas 17 16 3 7 7 15 24 -9
17 San Luis FC 16 13 3 4 9 18 25 -7
18 Atlante FC 16 13 4 1 11 15 31 -16

Liga MX

The Liga MX is the top level of the Mexican football league system. It was established in 1943 and as of 2012 has 18 clubs. Up to June 2011, it was divided into three groups competing for league titles. However, in July 2011, groups were removed. Each season the league holds two tournaments: the Apertura, which starts in the summer, and the Clausura, which starts in the winter. The league is currently ranked number 11 in the world and number 10 in the last decade (2001–2010) by the IFFHS.[1][2]

Liga MX

Countries Mexico
Confederation CONCACAF
Founded 1943
Number of teams 18
Levels on pyramid 1
Relegation to Ascenso MX
Domestic cup(s) Copa MX
International cup(s) CONCACAF Champions League
Copa Libertadores
Current champions Tijuana (1st title)
(2012-2013)
Most championships C.D. Guadalajara (11 titles)
TV partners Mexico Televisa
Mexico TV Azteca
Mexico Sky Sports Mexico
Mexico ESPN México
Mexico Fox Sports LA
United States Univision
United States Telemundo
United States Fox Deportes
United States ESPN Deportes
United States Azteca América
United States UniMás
Canada Telelatino
Brazil ESPN Brasil
Arab League Al Jazeera Sports
Website www.ligamx.net/home/
2012–13 Liga MX season

Season
Regular season tournaments

In 1996, the league decided to split the season into two championships. This measure was done to generate additional revenues to finance the F.M.F.'s lower divisions. The league holds two tournaments per year, originally called invierno (winter) and verano (summer), now changed to apertura (opening - running from August to December) and clausura (closing - running from January to May). The change was done to correspond with FIFA's world footballing calendar, which "opens" in July/August and "closes" in April/May of the next year. So throughout the footballing world, the action lasts about ten months. In Europe, where tournaments are played as one single championship throughout the year, there is only one champion per year. In the case of Mexico, Argentina and other countries in South America, a new champion is crowned about every five months, or two per year.

Every season, The 18 teams are split into three groups of six, either group one, group two, or group three. They remain in their respective groups throughout the two tournaments played that season. The qualification phase of the tournament lasts 17 weeks, as all teams play each other once per tournament in a home and home series over both tournaments. The qualifying teams reach the liguilla phase of the respective tournament. As of June 7, 2011 the League has decided to do away with the 3 groups and allow the top 8 to directly qualify to the "Liguilla" phase of the tournament, thus eliminating the 'Repechaje' match when a 4th place team from one group had more points than the third place team from a different group, along with that, they also changed who the qualifiers from the Apertura would be for the 2012 Edition of the Copa Libertadores, which would be the top 3 team who are not qualified for the Concacaf champions league or Conca-champions as the tournament is called.
La liguilla (the playoffs)

La liguilla is the playoff phase of the tournament. This phase starts with eight qualifying teams and is played in the "tie" format in two-leg aggregate-score, similar to the quarterfinals and semifinals of the UEFA Champions League. The first six qualifying teams are the two best clubs from each of the three groups. The best two clubs on the General Classification Table who are not among the top two in their respective group round up the eight qualifiers. The Elimination bracket goes from an 8 team quarterfinal, to a 4 team semifinal, and a final. The Champion team is awarded the First division trophy, and the runner up is awarded a smaller version of the trophy as well. Each player receives a medal respective to their team's placement. The birth of la liguilla in 1970, modernized the league despite the disagreements between the traditionalists and the modernists. Clubs that were near bankruptcy were now better able to compete and generate profits.
Relegation

At the end of a season, after the Apertura and Clausura tournaments, one team is relegated to the next lower division, Ascenso MX, and one team from that division is promoted and takes the place left open by the relegated team. Currently, the relegated team is determined by computing the points-per-game-played ratio for each team, considering all the games played by the team during the last two seasons (four tournaments). The team with the lowest ratio is relegated. For teams recently promoted, only the games played since their promotion are considered (two or four tournaments). The team promoted from Ascenso MX is the winner of a two-leg match between the champions of the Apertura and Clausura tournaments of that division. If a team becomes the champion in both tournaments, it is automatically promoted.

Current Teams

Currently Promoted To
(Liga MX)
Club León
Currently Relegated From
(Liga MX)
Estudiantes Tecos
Liga MX
Name Manager City Stadium Capacity First Season In
First Division
First Season
of Current
Spell in
1st Division
Nickname
América
Mexico Miguel Herrera
Mexico City
Azteca
105,000 1943–44 1943–44 Las Águilas (The Eagles)
Atlante
Mexico Daniel Guzmán
Cancún
Andrés Quintana Roo
20,000 1943–44 1991–92 Los Potros de Hierro (The Iron Colts)
Atlas
Mexico Tomás Boy
Guadalajara
Jalisco
63,200 1943–44 1979-80 Los Zorros (The Foxes)
Chiapas
Mexico José Guadalupe Cruz
Tuxtla Gutiérrez
Víctor Manuel Reyna
31,500 2002–03 2002–03 Los Jaguares (Jaguars)
Cruz Azul
Mexico Guillermo Vázquez
Mexico City
Azul
35,161 1964–65 1964–65 La Máquina Celeste (The Sky Blue Machine)
Guadalajara
Mexico Benjamín Galindo
Guadalajara
Omnilife
49,850 1943–44 1943–44 Las Chivas (The Goats)
León
Uruguay Gustavo Matosas
León
León
33,943 1944-45 2012-13 Los Esmeraldas (Green Emeralds)
Monterrey
Mexico Víctor Manuel Vucetich
Monterrey
Tecnológico
32,662 1945–46 1960–61 Los Rayados (The Striped Ones)
Morelia
Argentina Carlos Bustos
Morelia
Morelos
41,500 1957–58 1981–82 Los Monarcas (Monarchs)
Pachuca
Mexico Gabriel Caballero
Pachuca
Hidalgo
30,000 1967–68 1998–99 Los Tuzos (The Gophers)
Puebla
Mexico Manuel Lapuente
Puebla
Cuauhtémoc
49,200 1944-45 2007–08 Los Camoteros (The Sweet Potato Growers)
Querétaro
Mexico Ignacio Ambríz
Querétaro
Corregidora
45,575 1990–91 2009–10 Los Gallos Blancos (The White Roosters)
San Luis
Mexico Gerardo Silva
San Luis Potosí
Alfonso Lastras Ramírez
35,000 1971–72 2005-06 Los Reales (The Royals)
Santos Laguna
Portugal Pedro Caixinha
Torreón
Corona
30,000 1988–89 1988–89 Los Guerreros (The Warriors)
Tijuana
Argentina Antonio Mohamed
Tijuana
Caliente
33,333 2011-12 2011-12 Los Xoloitzcuintles (The Xoloitzcuintles)
Toluca
Mexico Enrique Meza
Toluca
Nemesio Díez
27,000 1953–54 1953–54 Los Diablos Rojos (The Red Devils)
UANL
Brazil Ricardo Ferretti
San Nicolás de los Garza
Universitario
45,000 1974–75 1997–98 Los Tigres (The Tigers)
UNAM
Mexico Antonio Torres Servín
Mexico City
Olímpico Universitario
68,954 1962–63 1962–63 Los Pumas (The Cougars)

Primera División – short tournament champions (1996–present)

First division trophies designed by: Alfonso Sotelo Nava, Rodrigo Lépez Vela y Antonio Julián Mancillas Bravo. Awarded to the Champion and runner of each tournament of the Mexican first division. Trophies awarded to the champion and runner up since 2008.
Season Champion Coach Runner-up Reg Season full year*
Invierno 1996
Santos Laguna
Mexico Alfredo Tena
Necaxa
Verano 1997
Guadalajara
Brazil Ricardo Ferretti
Toros Neza
Atlante (66 pts)
Invierno 1997
Cruz Azul
Mexico Luis Fernando Tena
León
Verano 1998
Toluca
Mexico Enrique Meza
Necaxa
Cruz Azul (61 pts)
Invierno 1998
Necaxa
Mexico Raúl Arias Guadalajara
Verano 1999
Toluca
Mexico Enrique Meza
Atlas
Toluca (75 pts)
Invierno 1999
Pachuca
Mexico Javier Aguirre
Cruz Azul
Verano 2000
Toluca
Mexico Enrique Meza
Santos Laguna
Toluca (72 pts)
Invierno 2000
Morelia
Mexico Luis Fernando Tena
Toluca
Verano 2001
Santos Laguna
Mexico Fernando Quirarte Pachuca
Cruz Azul (55 pts)
Invierno 2001
Pachuca
Mexico Alfredo Tena
Tigres UANL
Verano 2002
América
Mexico Manuel Lapuente
Necaxa
Toluca (67 pts)
Apertura 2002
Toluca
Argentina Alberto Jorge Morelia
Clausura 2003
Monterrey
Argentina Daniel Passarella
Morelia
Toluca (74 pts)
Apertura 2003
Pachuca
Mexico Víctor Manuel Vucetich
Tigres UANL
Clausura 2004
UNAM
Mexico Hugo Sánchez
Guadalajara
UNAM (79 pts)
Apertura 2004
UNAM
Mexico Hugo Sánchez
Monterrey
Clausura 2005
América
Mexico Mario Carrillo
Tecos UAG
Morelia (57 pts)
Apertura 2005
Toluca
Argentina Américo Gallego
Monterrey
Clausura 2006
Pachuca
Mexico José Luis Trejo
San Luis
Cruz Azul (60 pts)
Apertura 2006
Guadalajara
Mexico José Manuel de la Torre
Deportivo Toluca
Clausura 2007
Pachuca
Mexico Enrique Meza
América
Pachuca (65 pts)
Apertura 2007
Atlante
Mexico José Guadalupe Cruz UNAM
Clausura 2008
Santos Laguna
Mexico Daniel Guzmán
Cruz Azul
Santos Laguna (69 pts)
Apertura 2008
Toluca
Mexico José Manuel de la Torre
Cruz Azul
Clausura 2009
UNAM
Brazil Ricardo Ferretti
Pachuca
Toluca (63 pts)
Apertura 2009
Monterrey
Mexico Víctor Manuel Vucetich
Cruz Azul
Bicentenario 2010
Toluca
Mexico José Manuel de la Torre
Santos Laguna
Monterrey (66 pts)
Apertura 2010
Monterrey
Mexico Víctor Manuel Vucetich
Santos Laguna
Clausura 2011
UNAM
Mexico Guillermo Vázquez
Morelia
Cruz Azul (65 pts)
Apertura 2011
Tigres UANL
Brazil Ricardo Ferretti
Santos Laguna
Clausura 2012
Santos Laguna
Mexico Benjamín Galindo
Monterrey
Santos Laguna (63 pts)
Apertura 2012
Tijuana
Argentina Antonio Mohamed
Toluca

 

Titles by club

Club Winners Winning seasons
Guadalajara
11 1956-57, 1958–59, 1959–60, 1960–61, 1961–62, 1963–64, 1964–65, 1969–70, 1986–87, Verano 1997, Apertura 2006
Toluca
10 1966-67, 1967–68, 1974–75, Verano 1998, Verano 1999, Verano 2000, Apertura 2002, Apertura 2005, Apertura 2008, Bicentenario 2010
América
10 1965-66, 1970–71, 1975–76, 1983–84, 1984–85, PRODE 85, 1987–88, 1988–89, Verano 2002, Clausura 2005
Cruz Azul
8 1968-69, Mexico 70, 1971–72, 1972–73, 1973–74, 1978–79, 1979–80, Invierno 1997
UNAM
7 1976-77, 1980–81, 1990–91, Clausura 2004, Apertura 2004, Clausura 2009, Clausura 2011
Pachuca
5 Invierno 1999, Invierno 2001, Apertura 2003, Clausura 2006, Clausura 2007
León
5 1947-48, 1948–49, 1951–52, 1955–56, 1991–92
Monterrey
4 Mexico 86, Clausura 2003, Apertura 2009, Apertura 2010
Santos Laguna
4 Invierno 1996, Verano 2001, Clausura 2008, Clausura 2012
Tigres UANL
3 1977-78, 1981–82, Apertura 2011
Atlante
3 1946-47, 1992–93, Apertura 2007
Necaxa 3 1994-95, 1995–96, Invierno 1998
Puebla
2 1982-83, 1989–90
Zacatepec 2 1954-55, 1957–58
Veracruz 2 1945-46, 1949–50
Tijuana
1 Apertura 2012
Morelia
1 Invierno 2000
Estudiantes UAG 1 1993-94
Oro 1 1962-63
Marte 1 1953-54
Tampico Madero 1 1952-53
Atlas
1 1950-51
Real Club España 1 1944-45
Asturias 1 1943-44

 

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