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EURO 2016: table and fixtures


# Team GP Pts W D L Progress GF GA
1 FC Porto B 46 86 26 8 12 84 52
2 Chaves 46 81 21 18 7 60 39
3 Feirense 46 78 21 15 10 55 38
4 Portimonense 46 78 20 18 8 57 45
5 Freamunde 46 74 20 14 12 52 36
6 Famalicao 46 72 18 18 10 64 51
7 Olhanense 46 69 19 12 15 42 39
8 Aves 46 67 19 10 17 58 48
9 Varzim 46 65 17 14 15 51 48
10 Sporting B 46 65 18 11 17 61 59
11 Gil Vicente 46 62 16 14 16 58 56
12 Penafiel 46 61 13 22 11 49 46
13 Guimaraes B 46 60 16 12 18 60 67
14 Covilha 46 58 13 19 14 45 48
15 Santa Clara 46 57 15 12 19 49 52
16 Braga B 46 57 15 12 19 47 54
17 Academico Viseu 46 56 13 17 16 46 60
18 Benfica B 46 55 15 10 21 59 64
19 Leixoes 46 55 14 13 19 45 56
20 Mafra 46 54 12 18 16 37 40
21 SC Farense 46 54 15 11 20 49 56
22 Atletico CP 46 51 12 15 19 49 56
23 Oriental 46 41 9 14 23 47 67
24 Oliveirense 46 29 6 11 29 42 89
  • SC Farense: -2 points (Federation decision)

The LigaPro (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈliɣɐˈpɾɔ]; English: ProLeague), also called Ledman LigaPro for sponsorship reasons, is the second-highest division of the Portuguese football league system, after the Primeira Liga. At the end of each season, the top-finishing teams are promoted to the Primeira Liga, and the lowest-ranked teams are relegated to the third-tier Campeonato de Portugal.

The LigaPro was founded in 1990 as the Segunda Divisão de Honra (Second Division of Honour), superseding the now-folded Segunda Divisão (Second Division) as the second tier of Portuguese football. When the division came under the auspices of the Liga Portuguesa de Futebol Profissional (LPFP) in 1999, it was renamed to Segunda Liga (Second League), a designation that was kept until 2016, with the exception of a period between 2005 and 2012, when it was known as Liga de Honra (League of Honour). The current branding and sponsorship were introduced during the 2015–16 season.

The division is contested nationwide by a total of 24 teams, including the reserve sides (B teams) of several top-flight clubs. This number will be reduced to 22 in the 2016–17 season, with a further reduction to 20 teams scheduled for the 2017–18 season.

Nineteen different teams have won the division title; the most successful is Paços de Ferreira, with three wins, including the inaugural season. The current champions are Porto B, who won the title for the first time in the 2015–16 season, becoming the first reserve team to win the Portuguese second-tier championship title.

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