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EURO 2016: table and fixtures


Second stage


# Team GP Pts W D L Progress GF GA
1 Barcelona SC 20 48 15 3 2 35 11
2 Emelec 20 44 14 2 4 40 20
3 LDU Quito 20 30 8 6 6 20 23
4 U. Catolica 20 29 8 5 7 26 30
5 Dep. Cuenca 20 25 7 4 9 29 33
6 EL Nacional 20 25 6 7 7 25 29
7 Mushuc Runa 20 25 7 4 9 26 31
8 Ind. del Valle 20 24 7 3 10 22 23
9 Fuerza A. 20 24 6 6 8 24 30
10 Aucas 20 20 4 8 8 22 24
11 River Plate Ecuador 20 20 6 2 12 18 27
12 Delfin 20 19 5 4 11 23 29

First stage


# Team GP Pts W D L Progress GF GA
1 Barcelona SC 22 47 15 2 5 51 19
2 Emelec 22 43 13 4 5 37 23
3 EL Nacional 22 36 10 6 6 32 28
4 Dep. Cuenca 22 34 9 7 6 29 25
5 Ind. del Valle 22 34 10 4 8 28 28
6 LDU Quito 22 31 8 7 7 20 23
7 U. Catolica 22 28 6 10 6 27 27
8 Fuerza A. 22 24 6 6 10 22 28
9 River Plate Ecuador 21 24 7 3 11 26 35
10 Delfin 22 23 5 8 9 23 30
11 Aucas 21 19 4 7 10 21 31
12 Mushuc Runa 22 15 3 6 13 19 38

The Primera Categoría Serie A, simply known as the Serie A or the Primera A, is a professional football league in Ecuador. At the top of the Ecuadorian football league system, it is the country's premier football competition. Contested by twelve clubs, it operates a system of promotion and relegation with the Serie B, the lower level of the Primera Categoría. The season runs from February to December and is usually contested in multiple stages. It is sponsored by beer company Pilsener and is officially known as the Copa Pilsener Serie A.

While initially not a league, the Serie A has its roots in the national championship between the top teams of Ecuador's two regional leagues. For the first nine editions, teams from Guayaquil and Quito qualified to the competition through their professional regional leagues. It abandoned the qualification format to form a proper league in 1967. Since the first edition in 1957, the tournament has been held annually (except 1958 and 1959); the 2005 season had two champions. It is ranked by IFFHS as 13th strongest football leagues in the world for 2011, and the 5th strongest in South America.

Eight different teams have been crowned Ecuadorian champions, but four teams have a combined total of 46 championships. The most successful club is Barcelona with fourteen titles. The defending champion is Emelec.

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