Viseu Football Association

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The Viseu Football Association (Associação de Futebol de Viseu, abrv. AF Viseu) is the district governing body for the all football competitions in the Portuguese district of Viseu. It is also the regulator of the clubs registered in the district.

Notable clubs in the Viseu FA[edit]

Main Competitions[edit]

Divisão de Honra[edit]

The Divisão de Honra is the first tier of the Viseu Football Association. Between 1927 and 1947 it was called 1ª Divisão.[1] At the end of each season, the top-finishing team is promoted to the Campeonato de Portugal, and the lowest-ranked teams are relegated to the AF Viseu second tier.

Eighteen different teams have won the division title; the most successful is Académico de Viseu, with seventeen wins. The inaugural champion was Lusitano.[2]

Primeira Divisão[edit]

The Primeira Divisão is the second tier in the Viseu district division. It is divided into two zones that divide the district: Zona Norte and Zona Sul. The two winners from each zone play against each other in one play-off to crown the champion.

Segunda Divisão[edit]

The Segunda Divisão was the third tier of the Viseu Football Association. It was abolished after the restructure of the Portuguese football league system, with the 2010–11 season being the competition's last. The final champion was Mangualde.

Taça AF Viseu[edit]

Supertaça AF Viseu[edit]

The Supertaça AF Viseu, created in 2011, is a match contested by the champions of the previous Divisão de Honra season and the holders of Taça AF Viseu.[4][5]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Portugal - Regional Championships". rsssf. Retrieved 23 February 2017.
  2. ^ "Divisão Honra AF Viseu" (in Portuguese). futebol365. Retrieved 23 February 2017.
  3. ^ "AF Viseu Taça". zerozero. Retrieved 5 June 2016.
  4. ^ "AF Viseu Supertaça". zerozero. Retrieved 22 January 2017.
  5. ^ "Supertaça AF Viseu". futebol365. Retrieved 23 February 2017.

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