League table as at 15/5/14
St Josephs 2-0 Mons Calpe: (N Santos, Bruninho Araujo)
Fixtures and Results:
Hi, in what year was found Leo Parrilla FC??
Thanks for your question.
Leo Parilla were founded in the 2004/2005 season. Back then they played as their original name of Leo Santos & Sons. The team changed their name for the 2011/2012 season when they signed a sponsorship deal with a local Restaurant.
Shouldn`t the 2nd Division be called 1st Division? Doesn`t Premier League and 1st Division make more sense?
That is more of a british thing that has happened in the last few years with the re-branding of the Premier League and the Football League. Premier and 2nd Division is more modeled around the Spanish League. But at the end of the day, its down to the GFA to brand their leagues how they see fit.
Well, as far as I know there`s no Premier in Spain! It`s more a combination of British and Spain with neither sounding right!
but Lions Pilots, College Pegasus and Red Imps, are second teams?
They are all affiliate teams of the premier division clubs but they are not allowed to move players between premier teams (parent) and affiliate teams
Well, thanks for your answer. So they aren’t reserve teams, it’s right?
No. Reserve teams have their own separate league
Thanks again, and sorry for my many questions, but I am really interested in Gibraltar’s football.
And, I’ll promise that are the last questions, which teams will be added in Gibraltar’s football leagues next year? And, which teams will play in reserve league next year?
We wont find out until the GFA opens it’s team registration window later on during the summer
Is there a foreign player restriction in Gibraltar League?
Yes. A maximum of 3 players not born in Gibraltar or not holding a Gibraltar work permit for less than 5 years was in the place for the season just finished. This has now been lifted for the 2014/15 season
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