Primeira Liga Table 2022/23 Liga Portugal

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The Premier League, commonly known as Liga Portugal 1, Liga Portugal Bwin, or Primeira Liga, is the highest tier in the Portuguese football league structure. Since the 2014–15 season, 18 clubs have competed in this Liga Portugal–organized and –supervised league, with the three teams with the worst records being demoted to the Liga Portugal 2 and being replaced by the top three non–reserve teams from this level.

Primeira Liga Table 2022/23 Liga Portugal

PosTeamPWDLFA+/-PTS
1Benfica6600143+1118
2Porto6501154+1115
3Sporting Braga5410183+1513
4Portimonense640276+112
5Sporting CP6312128+410
6Vitória Guimarães63034409
7Boavista530246-29
8Casa Pia1-0622232+18
9Chaves622267-18
10Estoril521275+27
11Arouca5212311-87
12Vizela512256-15
13Rio Ave512268-25
14Gil Vicente512235-25
15Santa Clara611447-34
16Famalicão611417-64
17Paços de Ferreira1-06105311-83
18Marítimo5005315-120

Primeira Liga Table 2022/23 Liga Portugal It was first known as Campeonato da Liga da Primeira Diviso when it was established in 1934. From 1938 until 1999, it was known by its present name. Only five clubs have won the title of Primeira Liga champion after more than 70 teams have participated.

Primeira Liga Table 2022/23 Liga Portugal The “Big Three” teams among them, Benfica (37 victories), Porto (30 victories), and Sporting CP (19 victories), have taken home all but two of the league’s championships; the other winners are Belenenses (1945–46) and Boavista (2000–01).

Primeira Liga Table 2022/23 Liga Portugal
Primeira Liga Table 2022/23 Liga Portugal

Primeira Liga Table 2022/23 Liga Portugal As of 2021, the Primeira Liga, which has improved its standing in recent years, is ranked sixth among all national leagues by UEFA. For the first time since 1990, it surpassed the French Ligue 1, one of the storied “big five” European leagues, to enter the top five during the 2011–12 season. A fourth-place finish in the world was also achieved by the Primeira Liga in the 2011 IFFHS rankings.

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