League Summary


Torneo Apertura

Regular Season

Regular Season Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1Zamora1912433918+2140→ Quarter-finals
2Deportivo Táchira1911532713+1438→ Quarter-finals
3Deportivo Anzoátegui198832523+232→ Quarter-finals
4Mineros198653827+1130→ Quarter-finals
5Caracas197932315+830→ Quarter-finals
6Deportivo La Guaira198652822+630→ Quarter-finals
7Aragua197842722+529→ Quarter-finals
8Trujillanos197842217+529→ Quarter-finals
9Zulia197752521+428
10Carabobo197662722+527
11Deportivo Lara197572522+326
12Deportivo JBL198292320+326
13Ureña196582025-523
14Estudiantes de Mérida1971112035-1522
15Portuguesa1931061721-419
16Atlético Venezuela194782228-619
17Monagas1945101531-1617
18Llaneros193791225-1316
19Petare1936101124-1315
20Estudiantes de Caracas1927101934-1513

Knockout Stage

Quarter-finals

May 11
Mineros
Dep Anzoátegui
May 14
Dep Anzoátegui
Mineros
Dep Anzoátegui won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Semi-finals.
2–3
Aragua  Club Crest 11
May 11
Aragua
Dep Táchira
May 15
Dep Táchira
Aragua
Aragua won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Semi-finals.
3  Club Crest Zamora
3–3
May 12
Trujillanos
Zamora
May 15
Zamora
Trujillanos
Zamora won on away goals, after aggregate score was tied and advance to Semi-finals.
May 11
Caracas
Dep La Guaira
May 15
Dep La Guaira
Caracas
Caracas won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Semi-finals.

Semi-finals

7–1
Aragua  Club Crest 11
May 18
Aragua
Dep Anzoátegui
May 22
Dep Anzoátegui
Aragua
Dep Anzoátegui won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Finals.
3  Club Crest Zamora
4–0
May 18
Caracas
Zamora
May 22
Zamora
Caracas
Zamora won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Finals.

Finals

May 25
Dep Anzoátegui
Zamora
May 29
Zamora
Dep Anzoátegui
Zamora won on aggregate score over two legs, advance to Serie Final and qualify for Copa Libertadores.
Dep Anzoátegui qualify for Copa Sudamericana.

Torneo Clausura

Regular Season

Regular Season Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1Carabobo1913333715+2242→ Quarter-finals
2Atlético Venezuela1910542918+1135→ Copa Sudamericana via league finish, → Quarter-finals
3Monagas1910363323+1033→ Quarter-finals
4Caracas198743619+1731→ Quarter-finals
5Zulia198743020+1031→ Quarter-finals
6Deportivo Táchira199372226-430→ Quarter-finals
7Deportivo Lara199282121029→ Quarter-finals
8Deportivo La Guaira198562819+929→ Quarter-finals
9Deportivo Anzoátegui199282525029
10Estudiantes de Mérida198472125-428
11Zamora198382920+927
12Portuguesa195952320+324
13Aragua196492127-622
14Mineros194962325-221
15Deportivo JBL195592019+120
16Trujillanos194782332-919
17Llaneros194691933-1418
18Ureña194692141-2018
19Estudiantes de Caracas1953111332-1918
20Petare1945101529-1417

Knockout Stage

Quarter-finals

0–3
Zulia  Club Crest 7
Oct 29
Zulia
Carabobo
Nov 4
Carabobo
Zulia
Zulia won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Semi-finals.
3–2
Monagas  Club Crest 12
Oct 30
Dep Táchira
Monagas
Nov 4
Monagas
Dep Táchira
Dep Táchira won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Semi-finals.
Oct 30
Dep La Guaira
Caracas
Nov 5
Caracas
Dep La Guaira
Caracas won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Semi-finals.
Oct 31
Deportivo Lara
Atlé Venezuela
Nov 5
Atlé Venezuela
Deportivo Lara
Atlé Venezuela won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Semi-finals.

Semi-finals

Nov 20
Dep Táchira
Atlé Venezuela
Nov 23
Atlé Venezuela
Dep Táchira
Dep Táchira won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Finals.
1–3
Zulia  Club Crest 7
Nov 20
Zulia
Caracas
Nov 23
Caracas
Zulia
Zulia won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Finals.

Finals

2–2
Zulia  Club Crest 7
Nov 27
Zulia
Dep Táchira
Nov 30
Dep Táchira
Zulia
Dep Táchira advance to Serie Final.
Zulia won on penalty kicks following extra time and qualify for Copa Libertadores.

League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Carabobo3820996437+27692,114Aquiles Ocanto - 13José Leonardo Morales→ Copa Libertadores via league finish
2Deportivo Táchira38208104939+10686,299Sergio Herrera, José Miguel Reyes - 8José Contreras Verna→ Copa Libertadores via league finish
3Zamora38207116838+30673,285Gabriel Torres - 15Carlos Salazar→ Copa Libertadores via playoff win
4Caracas38151675934+2561Edder Farías - 12Wuilker Faríñez→ Copa Sudamericana via league finish
5Deportivo Anzoátegui381710115048+261Charlis Ortiz - 12Renny Vega→ Copa Sudamericana via league finish
5Deportivo Anzoátegui381710115048+261Charlis Ortiz - 12Renny Vega→ Copa Sudamericana via playoff loss
6Deportivo La Guaira381611115641+1559603Argenis Gómez - 10Luis Rojas
7Zulia38151495541+14598,197Jefferson Savarino - 14Edixson Gonzalez→ Copa Libertadores via playoff win
8Deportivo Lara38167154643+3552,578César Iván González - 8Eduardo Herrera
9Atlético Venezuela381412125146+554Joel Infante - 12Daniel Valdés→ Copa Sudamericana via league finish
10Mineros381215116152+951Johan Arrieche - 16Tito Rojas
11Aragua381312134849-151Jarol Herrera - 9Jean Carlos Issa
12Monagas38148164854-6502,154Armando Maita - 10Ángel Hernández
13Estudiantes de Mérida38155184160-1950Luz Rodríguez, Gustavo Páez... - 8Alejandro Araque
14Trujillanos381115124549-4481,057Rubén Rojas - 8Héctor Pérez
15Deportivo JBL38137184339+446Luis Castro - 6Johel Semidey
16Portuguesa38819114041-1432,447Bernaldo Manzano - 8Eduardo Lima
17Ureña381011174166-2541Víctor Rentería Tovar - 11Emmanuel FloresRelegated
18Llaneros38713183158-27341,150José Torres Briceño - 10Alexis AnguloRelegated
19Petare38711202653-2732506Juan Pablo Zuluaga, Luis González - 5Giancarlo SchiavoneRelegated
20Estudiantes de Caracas38710213266-34311,518Juan García Reyes - 11Beycker VelásquezRelegated

Serie Final

3  Club Crest Zamora
4–2
Zulia  Club Crest 7
Dec 4
Zamora
Zulia
Dec 11
Zulia
Zamora
Zamora won on aggregate score over two legs.

Leaders

Red Cards
1. Francisco FloresDeportivo Táchira 2
Alejandro AraqueEstudiantes de Mérida 2
Adolfo PerozoLlaneros 2
Leonardo FalcónDeportivo Lara 2
5. Breyner RobayoUreña 1
Juan ColinaCarabobo 1
José VeraUreña 1
Luis Martínez ZapataPortuguesa 1
Sandro NotarobertoZulia 1
Mijail AvilesMonagas 1
Yeferson SoteldoZamora 1
Ángel UrdanetaLlaneros 1
Emilio RenteríaMonagas 1
Galileo Del CastilloTrujillanos 1
Juan Carlos ParadaMonagas 1
Dustin ValdézAragua 1
Alberto CabelloEstudiantes de Caracas 1
Nelson PérezEstudiantes de Caracas 1
Uriel RaponiPetare 1
Wilston ÁngelEstudiantes de Caracas 1
Giancarlo MaldonadoDeportivo Táchira 1
Wilson GuerreroEstudiantes de Mérida 1
Jesús MezaAragua 1
José YégüezEstudiantes de Caracas 1
Aquiles OcantoCarabobo 1
Carlos SalazarZamora 1
Ynmer GonzálezZamora 1
Marlon Antonio FernándezCarabobo 1
José Torres BriceñoLlaneros 1
Francisco FajardoAragua 1
Edixson GonzalezZulia 1
Jairo OteroAtlético Venezuela 1
Leonel RíosAtlético Venezuela 1
Vicente SuannoDeportivo La Guaira 1
Carlos VirguezDeportivo Lara 1
Carlos SalazarEstudiantes de Caracas 1
John PalaciosLlaneros 1
José UrbinaUreña 1
Anthony BlondellZamora 1
Pablo CamachoDeportivo Táchira 1
Sergio GolindanoPetare 1
Ángel FaríaZamora 1
Alexis AnguloLlaneros 1
Juan FuenmayorDeportivo Anzoátegui 1
José Luis GranadosDeportivo La Guaira 1
Ernesto SinclairMineros 1
Abrahan MorenoMineros 1
Darvis RodríguezLlaneros 1
Anahan PachecoEstudiantes de Caracas 1
Rafael GarcíaPetare 1
Luis Vargas ArchilaZamora 1
Yoger RequenaDeportivo JBL 1
Manuel MedoriDeportivo Anzoátegui 1
Luiryi ErazoTrujillanos 1
Rolando BatistaTrujillanos 1
Maurice CovaCarabobo 1
Arnold LópezMineros 1
Jorge Alberto RojasDeportivo Táchira 1
Carlos SosaTrujillanos 1
Jordani AbreuLlaneros 1

Nationalities

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