Primera Division Chile
The Primera Division is the top-tier league in the Chilean football league system. It is organized by the ANFP and is also known as the Campeonato AFP PlanVital, for reasons of sponsorship. The league is played in the Chilean city of Santiago and is the most popular league in Chile. There are various teams in the Premier Division and the top clubs compete in it.
The Premiere Division consists of eighteen teams and has 34 rounds. Universidad Catolica leads the standings with 68 points after 32 matches, six more than Colo-Colo and 14 more than Audax Italiano. In home matches, Universidad Catolica has scored 40 goals and conceded 12 in 16 matches. The team has averaged 2.75 points per game and has won 80% of its home matches.
Universidad Catolica leads the Chile – Primera Division table with 68 points from 32 games. This is a great record for any team, but they need a few more wins to get a good record. The club has won 22 games and lost eight, while conceding only four goals. The team averages 0.88 goals per match, so if you are betting on this Chilean league, it is worth checking out their statistics.
The Primera Division – Chile is the top-tier football league in the country. There are 17 teams in the Primera, and only two teams win promotion. The last match in the Primera was between Universidad Chile and Union La Calera on May 17. The teams won their respective matches by three and four goals, respectively. So, a win in this competition is essential for both sides. The top-tier is very competitive, and the top-tier is the best in the country.