Mexico - List of Cup Winners (Second Division)


After 1950, when the Second Division was formed, this level also played a Cup Tournament, discontinued after 1972. In 1984, 1987, 1988 and 1989 four extraordinary cup tournaments called PRODE (sponsored by Pronósticos Deportivos) were played.

SEASON   WINNER				RUNNERS-UP

1950-51  Irapuato			Morelia
1951-52  La Concepción (Puebla)		Toluca
1952-53  Irapuato			Moctezuma (Orizaba)
1953-54  Irapuato			Laguna
1954-55  Laguna (Torreón)		Atlas (Guadalajara)
1955-56  Morelia			Laguna
1956-57  San Sebastián (León)		I.P.N.
1957-58  Nacional (Guadalajara)		Monterrey
1958-59  Poza Rica			Tampico
1959-60  Texcoco			Laguna
1960-61  Poza Rica			U.N.A.M.
1961-62  Ciudad Madero			Tepic
1962-63  Poza Rica			Zacatepec
1963-64    [*]
1964-65  Poza Rica			Orizaba
1965-66  Pachuca			Poza Rica
1966-67  Zacatepec			Tampico
1967-68  Poza Rica			Celaya
1968-69  Torreón			Puebla
1969-70  Zamora				Unión de Curtidores
1970-71  Unión de Curtidores (León)	Salamanca
1971-72  Naucalpan			Atlas

[*] In the 1963-64 season the cup tournament was played between teams from First and
    Second Level; América (Mexico City) won the championship.

Extraordinary Cup Tournaments

SEASON               WINNERS                      RUNNERS-UP
Copa Moctezuma       Pachuca                      Tepic
FMF-PRODE 1984       Orizaba                      Nuevo Necaxa
PRODE 87             Zamora                       Celaya
PRODE 88             Laguna                       Zacatepec
PRODE 89             Cachorros Neza               Tapatío


The Professional Second Division Cup Champions (1950-1972)

CLUB              WON

Poza Rica         5

Irapuato          3

Ciudad Madero     1
La Concepción     1
Laguna            1
Morelia           1
Nacional          1
Naucalpan         1
Pachuca           1
San Sebastián     1
Texcoco           1   
Torreón           1
U. de Curtidores  1
Zacatepec         1
Zamora            1


Extraordinary Cup Tournaments Champions (1963; 1984-1989)

CLUB              WON     

Cachorros Neza    1
Laguna            1
Orizaba           1
Pachuca           1
Zamora            1



Finals

1950-51
Playoff
[Jul 15, 1951]
Estadio Olímpico Ciudad de los Deportes, Ciudad de México
Irapuato        2-1 Morelia

1951-52
[May 4, 1952]
Parque Patria, Toluca
Toluca          1-4 La Concepción

NB: Last match of the final group

1952-53
One single leg
[Mar 29, 1953]
Parque Patria, Toluca
Irapuato        2-1 Moctezuma

1953-54
Final Group
Irapuato	4  3  1  0  9: 4 +5  7 (champion)
Laguna		4  1  1  2  5: 8 -3  3
Moctezuma	4  1  0  3 10:12 -2  2

1954-55
One single leg
[Jun 12, 1955]
Parque Felipe Martínez Sandoval, Guadalajara
Atlas           0-1 Laguna

1955-56
First Leg
[Mar 4, 1956]
Parque San Isidro, Torreón
Laguna          2-1 Morelia

Second Leg
[Mar 11, 1956]
Campo Morelia, Morelia
Morelia         1-0 Laguna          [aet; 2-1pen]

1956-57
One single leg
[Mar 17, 1957]
Estadio La Martinica, León
San Sebastián   2-1 I.P.N.

1957-58
First Leg
[Mar 30, 1958]
Parque Felipe Martínez Sandoval, Guadalajara
Nacional        1-3 Monterrey

Second Leg
[Apr 6, 1958]
Estadio Tecnológico, Monterrey
Monterrey       0-2 Nacional        [aet; 1-3pen]

1958-59
One single leg
[Jun 7, 1959]
Parque Ingeniero Jaime J. Merino, Poza Rica
Poza Rica       3-1 Tampico

1959-60
First Leg
[May 22, 1960]
Parque San Isidro, Torreón
Laguna          1-2 Texcoco

Second Leg
[May 29, 1960]
Estadio Municipal, Texcoco
Texcoco         5-2 Laguna

1960-61
First Leg
[May 27, 1961]
Parque Ingeniero Jaime J. Merino, Poza Rica
Poza Rica       0-0 U.N.A.M. 

Second Leg
[Jun 6, 1961]
Estadio de la Ciudad Universitaria, Ciudad de México
U.N.A.M.        1-2 Poza Rica

1961-62
First Leg
[Apr 15, 1962]
Estadio Olímpico, Tepic
Tepic           0-4 Ciudad Madero

Second Leg
[Apr 21, 1962]
Estadio Tampico, Tampico
Ciudad Madero   2-0 Tepic

1962-63
First Leg
[Mar 30, 1963]
Parque Ingeniero Jaime J. Merino, Poza Rica
Poza Rica       2-0 Zacatepec

Second Leg
[Apr 7, 1963]
Parque del Ingenio, Zacatepec
Zacatepec       1-0 Poza Rica

1964-65
First Leg
[Mar 7, 1965]
Campo Moctezuma, Orizaba
Orizaba         1-1 Poza Rica

Second Leg
[Mar 13, 1965]
Parque Ingeniero Jaime J. Merino, Poza Rica
Poza Rica       2-1 Orizaba

1965-66
First Leg
[Mar 26, 1966] 
Parque Ingeniero Jaime J. Merino, Poza Rica
Poza Rica       0-0 Pachuca

Second Leg
[Apr 3, 1966]
Estadio Revolución Mexicana, Pachuca
Pachuca         2-0 Poza Rica

1966-67
One single leg
[Jul 31, 1966]
Estadio Agustín "Coruco" Díaz, Zacatepec
Zacatepec       2-1 Tampico

1967-68
First Leg
[May 28, 1967]
Estadio Monumental (Unidad Deportiva Miguel Alemán Valdez), Celaya
Celaya          0-0 Poza Rica

Second Leg
[Jun 3, 1967]
Parque Ingeniero Jaime J. Merino, Poza Rica
Poza Rica       2-1 Celaya

1968-69
One single leg
[Mar 2, 1969]
Estadio de la Revolución, Torreón
Torreón         4-0 Puebla

1969-70
One single leg
[Jul 5, 1969]
Estadio León
U.de Curtidores 2-2 Zamora          [aet; 12-15pen]

1970-71
One single leg
[Sep 6, 1971]
Estadio León
U.de Curtidores 0-0 Salamanca       [aet; 2-0pen]

1971-72
First leg
[Sep 9, 1972]
Unidad Deportiva Cuauhtémoc I.M.S.S., Naucalpan
Naucalpan       3-1 Atlas

Second leg
[Sep 13, 1972]
Estadio Jalisco, Guadalajara
Atlas           3-2 Naucalpan


Extraordinary Cup Tournaments Finals


Torneo Abierto (Copa Moctezuma) 1963
First Leg
[Jun 16]
Estadio Nicolás Álvarez Ortega, Tepic
Tepic           3-1 Pachuca

Second Leg
[Jun 23]
Estadio Revolución Mexicana, Pachuca
Pachuca         6-2 Tepic          [aet]

Copa Federación-PRODE 1984
One Single Leg
[Aug 12]
Unidad Deportiva Moctezuma, Orizaba
Orizaba         1-0 Nuevo Necaxa

PRODE 87
First Leg
[Aug 6]
Estadio Zamora, Zamora
Zamora          2-0 Celaya

Second Leg
[Aug 9]
Estadio Sección 24, Salamanca
Celaya          3-1 Zamora          [aet; 5-6pen]

PRODE 88
First Leg
[Aug 21]
Parque Florida, Poblado Francisco I. Madero
Laguna          2-0 Zacatepec

Second Leg
[Aug 28]
Estadio Agustín “Coruco” Díaz, Zacatepec
Zacatepec       1-2 Laguna

PRODE 89
One single leg
[Aug 15]
Estadio Juan N. López, La Piedad
Cachorros Neza  1-0 Tapatío

Note: 

I.P.N. = Instituto Politécnico Nacional




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