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Colombian Primera A SoccerFútbol Colombiano Primera División is Colombia's highest level of professional soccer. The league is one of the most prominent soccer leagues in the world, and features some of the best players from the region and abroad. It is a member of both the South American Football Confederation and the popular Liga Águila. The current season consists of 18 teams from various cities in Colombia divided into two major tournaments, the Torneo Apertura and the Torneo Finalización. Each tournament consists of 17 weeks of regular season play, and the teams compete to reach the playoffs. After the regular season ends, the six best-placed teams participate in the corporate playoffs which is a single elimination tournament. The winner of the Torneo Apertura and the Torneo Finalización then face off in the Grand Final to determine the champion. The Fútbol Colombiano Primera División has been active in one form or another since 1948, making it one of the oldest professional soccer leagues in South America. Some of the most popular teams in the league include Atlético Nacional, Independiente Medellín, Junior FC, and Millonarios FC. While legendary players like René Higuita, Javier Villafañe, and Freddy Rincón have played in the competition over the years, some of the most prominent players in the league today are James Rodriguez, Radamel Falcao, and Sanchez Falcao. Fútbol Colombiano Primera División is a must-see league for soccer fans all over the world as there is always plenty of physical, technical, and tactical play to admire. The league is known for it’s passionate fanbase, with some of the most organized and enthusiastic supporters in the world, as well as stadiums with some of the most breathtaking views imaginable in the region. With it’s long and exciting history, Fútbol Colombiano Primera División is sure to continue to bring thrills, chills, and drama to the soccer world for many years to come.