Costa Rica - List of Third Level (ANAFA) Champions

Ed Season  Champions 
 1 1983    Ferretería Núñez de Pérez Zeledón [*] [later renamed Mpal. Pérez Zeledón]
 2 1984    Damas de Quepos                   [aka Dameña; later renamed Mpal. Quepos]
 3 1985    Municipal Liberia 
 4 1986    Municipal La Unión, Cartago 
 5 1987    Calle Flores, Belén               [later renamed Belén, Heredia]
 6 1988/89 Municipal Barquero, Paraíso       [later renamed Mpal. Paraíso]
 7 1989/90 Valverde Vega, Alajuela
 8 1990/91 Municipal Cañas
 9 1991/92 Banamola Pococí                   [later renamed Cariari Pococí]
10 1992/93 Vecinos de Santa Ana              [later renamed Mpal. Santa Ana]
11 1993/94 Santa Bárbara de Heredia
12 1994/95 Orotinense, Alajuela 
13 1995/96 Municipal Osa                     [later renamed Osa SA]
14 1996/97 Pococí Dos Mil                    [later renamed Santos de Guápiles]
15 1997/98 San Lorenzo de Flores 
16 1998/99 Ciudad Colón, Mora 
17 1999/00 Cartagena Santa Cruz
18 2000/01 Tournón San Isidro de Heredia
19 2001/02 Esparza Carter's Puntarenas
20 2002/03 El Roble Alajuela 
21 2003/04 Santacruceña CFSA
22 2004/05 Municipal Coto Brus
23 2005/06 Barrealeña   
24 2006/07 Municipal Aserrí
25 2007/08 La Suerte de Pococí
26 2008/09 Barrealeña   
27 2009/10 Desamparados Brujas
28 2010/11 AD Guajira de Pococí
29 2011/12 Finca Austria FC

[*] runners-up 1983: AD Zapandí de Filadelfia de Guanacaste


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Source: Federación Costarricense de Fútbol; information compiled by Marvin Hidalgo

Prepared and maintained by Karel Stokkermans for the Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation

Author: Karel Stokkermans
Last updated: 11 Oct 2012

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