The Federación Andaluza de Futbol was founded in 1915, with the teams of the region of Andalusia, and organized the "Campeonato Sur" from 1915-16. It was also the qualifying phase of the Spanish Cup. Previously, from 1910, the teams from Seville played the "Copa Sevilla", but that was not a fully official tournament.
Year Champions 1915-16 Español FC (Cádiz) 1916-17 Sevilla FC 1917-18 RC Recreativo de Huelva 1918-19 Sevilla FC 1919-20 Sevilla FC 1920-21 Sevilla FC 1921-22 Sevilla FC 1922-23 Sevilla FC 1923-24 Sevilla FC 1924-25 Sevilla FC 1925-26 Sevilla FC 1926-27 Sevilla FC 1927-28 Real Betis Balompié (Sevilla) 1928-29 Sevilla FC 1929-30 Sevilla FC 1930-31 Sevilla FC 1931-32 Sevilla FC 1932-33  not played 1933-34  not played 1934-35  not played 1935-36 Sevilla FC 1936-37 not played due to Spanish Civil War 1937-38 not played due to Spanish Civil War 1938-39 Sevilla FC 1939-40 Sevilla FC  In the seasons 1932-33 and 1933-34 Andalusian clubs played against teams from Madrid and Castilla-León in the "Campeonato Centro-Sur". Madrid FC was the champion both seasons.  In 1934-35 a "Campeonato Levante-Sur" was played by teams of these two regions. Levante FC (Valencia) were the Champions.
17 Sevilla FC 1 R. Betis Balompié (Sevilla) Español FC (Cádiz) RC Recreativo de Huelva
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Last updated: 25 Jan 2000
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