League Summary

Apertura 2014 Regular Season

Apertura 2014 Regular Season Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1América179442818+1031→ Quarterfinals
2UANL178722517+831→ Quarterfinals
3Atlas179442220+231→ Quarterfinals
4Toluca178542418+629→ Quarterfinals
5Chiapas177732420+428→ Quarterfinals
6Monterrey178362320+327→ Quarterfinals
7Pachuca177462018+225→ Quarterfinals
8UNAM176652420+424→ Quarterfinals
9Santos Laguna175842324-123
10León177192927+222
11Tijuana174942119+221
12Querétaro176382322+121
13Cruz Azul175661615+121
14UdeG173861117-617
15Puebla1721051521-616
16Guadalajara173771320-716
17Veracruz17368815-715
18Morelia1724111634-1810

Apertura 2014 Liguilla

Liguilla Qualifiers

Liguilla Qualifiers Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1América179442818+1031
2UANL178722517+831
3Atlas179442220+231
4Toluca178542418+629
5Chiapas177732420+428
6Monterrey178362320+327
7Pachuca177462018+225
8UNAM176652420+424

Quarterfinals

1–1
UNAM  Club Crest 8
Nov 26
UNAM
América
Nov 29
América
UNAM
América won when aggregate scores were level after two matches, with the tiebreaker going to the team with the higher seed and advance to Semifinals.
2  Club Crest UANL
2–2
Nov 26
Pachuca
UANL
Nov 29
UANL
Pachuca
UANL won when aggregate scores were level after two matches, with the tiebreaker going to the team with the higher seed and advance to Semifinals.
3  Club Crest Atlas
1–2
Nov 27
Monterrey
Atlas
Nov 30
Atlas
Monterrey
Monterrey won on aggregate score over two legs, after extra time and advance to Semifinals.
4  Club Crest Toluca
1–1
Nov 27
Chiapas
Toluca
Nov 30
Toluca
Chiapas
Toluca won when aggregate scores were level after two matches, with the tiebreaker going to the team with the higher seed and advance to Semifinals.

Semifinals

3–0
Dec 4
Monterrey
América
Dec 7
América
Monterrey
América won on aggregate score over two legs, after extra time, advance to Finals and qualify for CONCACAF Champions League.
2  Club Crest UANL
0–0
Toluca  Club Crest 4
Dec 4
Toluca
UANL
Dec 7
UANL
Toluca
UANL won when aggregate scores were level after two matches, with the tiebreaker going to the team with the higher seed, advance to Finals and qualify for CONCACAF Champions League.

Finals

3–1
UANL  Club Crest 2
Dec 11
UANL
América
Dec 14
América
UANL
América won on aggregate score over two legs.

Clausura 2015 Regular Season

Clausura 2015 Regular Season Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1UANL179262315+829→ Quarterfinals
2América178542118+329→ Quarterfinals
3Veracruz177732818+1028→ Quarterfinals
4Atlas178452021-128→ Quarterfinals
5Guadalajara177552016+426→ Quarterfinals
6Querétaro178272523+226→ Quarterfinals
7Pachuca177462521+425→ Quarterfinals
8Santos Laguna177462421+325→ Quarterfinals
9Cruz Azul177461414025
10Toluca176652018+224
11Tijuana177373030024
12Monterrey177372427-324
13UNAM176472227-522
14Puebla175572120+120
15Chiapas175572130-920
16UdeG175391319-618
17León174492732-516
18Morelia1734101725-813

Clausura 2015 Liguilla

Liguilla Qualifiers

Liguilla Qualifiers Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1UANL179262315+829
2América178542118+329
3Veracruz177732818+1028
4Atlas178452021-128
5Guadalajara177552016+426
6Querétaro178272523+226
7Pachuca177462521+425
8Santos Laguna177462421+325

Quarterfinals

1  Club Crest UANL
1–2
Santos  Club Crest 8
May 13
Santos
UANL
May 16
UANL
Santos
Santos won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Semifinals.
5–7
May 13
Pachuca
América
May 16
América
Pachuca
Pachuca won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Semifinals.
3–4
May 14
Querétaro
Veracruz
May 17
Veracruz
2–2
Querétaro
Querétaro won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Semifinals.
4  Club Crest Atlas
1–4
May 14
Guadalajara
Atlas
May 17
Atlas
Guadalajara
Guadalajara won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Semifinals.

Semifinals

0–3
Santos  Club Crest 8
May 21
Santos
Guadalajara
May 24
Guadalajara
Santos
Santos won on aggregate score over two legs, advance to Finals and qualify for CONCACAF Champions League.
2–2
May 21
Pachuca
Querétaro
May 24
Querétaro
Pachuca
Querétaro won when aggregate scores were level after two matches, with the tiebreaker going to the team with the higher seed, advance to Finals and qualify for CONCACAF Champions League.

Finals

3–5
Santos  Club Crest 8
May 28
Santos
Querétaro
May 31
Querétaro
Santos
Santos won on aggregate score over two legs.

League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1América3417984936+136044,528Oribe Peralta - 13Moisés Muñoz→ CONCACAF Champions League via playoff win
2UANL3417984832+166040,676Joffre Guerrón - 9Nahuel Guzmán→ CONCACAF Champions League via playoff win
3Atlas3417894241+15928,524Alfonso González, Luis Nery Caballero... - 6Federico Vilar
4Toluca34141194436+85314,672Pablo Velázquez, Paulo da Silva - 8Alfredo Talavera
5Monterrey3415613474705131,737Dorlan Pabón - 21Jonathan Orozco
6Pachuca34148124539+65025,164Ariel Nahuelpán - 12Óscar Pérez Rojas
7Santos Laguna341212104745+24819,454Andrés Rentería - 11Oswaldo Sánchez, Agustín Marchesín→ CONCACAF Champions League via playoff win
8Chiapas341212104550-54821,680Vicente Matías Vuoso - 9Óscar Francisco Jiménez
9Querétaro34145154845+34724,850Camilo Sanvezzo - 12Tiago Volpi→ CONCACAF Champions League via playoff win
10UNAM341210124647-14623,677Eduardo Herrera - 13Alfredo Saldívar
11Cruz Azul341210123029+14620,898Christian Giménez - 5José Corona
12Tijuana341112115149+24526,721Dayro Moreno - 10Cirilo Saucedo
13Veracruz341013113633+34328,196Julio Furch - 9Melitón Hernández
14Guadalajara341012123336-34235,215Omar Bravo - 9José Antonio Rodríguez
15León34115185659-33825,539Mauro Boselli - 15William Yarbrough
16Puebla34715123641-53617,735Matías Alustiza - 9Rodolfo Cota
17UdeG34811152335-123536,597Fidel Martínez - 10Humberto HernándezRelegated
18Morelia3458213359-262318,740Carlos Guzmán - 5Carlos Felipe Rodríguez

Relegation Table

Relegation Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Pts/G Notes
1América10252292115995+641851.81
2Cruz Azul102453126136100+361661.63
3Toluca102452928144105+391641.61
4UANL102433326137101+361621.59
5Santos Laguna102413526154133+211581.55
6Tijuana102383133135131+41451.42
7Monterrey102382638134135-11401.37
8León102382638152125+271401.37
9Atlas102333732113125-121361.33
10Chiapas102343335138154-161351.32
11UNAM102352938117125-81341.31
12Pachuca102352740113123-101321.29
13Morelia102323238130136-61281.25
14Querétaro102342345115136-211251.23
15Veracruz681728237082-12791.16
16Guadalajara10226364094125-311141.12
17Puebla102233643105135-301051.03
18UdeG34811152335-12351.03Relegated

Leaders

Goals
1. Dorlan PabónMonterrey 21
2. Mauro BoselliLeón 15
3. Darío Benedetto2 squads 14
Matías Alustiza2 squads 14
5. Oribe PeraltaAmérica 13
Eduardo HerreraUNAM 13
7. Ariel NahuelpánPachuca 12
Camilo SanvezzoQuerétaro 12
Ismael SosaUNAM 12
10. Andrés RenteríaSantos Laguna 11

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