Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 24. Chapters: History of the Torneo Descentralizado, Ligas Departamentales del Peru, Ligas Distritales del Peru, Ligas Provinciales del Peru, Ligas Superiores del Peru, Peruvian football league system, Peruvian Primera División, Peruvian Segunda División, Torneo de Promoción y Reserva. Excerpt: The Peruvian Primera División is the top professional division of Peruvian football. It is known today as Torneo Descentralizado de Fútbol Profesional Peruano (Professional Decentralized Football Tournament). It has been referred to as Descentralizado since 1966, when the first non-capital teams were invited to compete in the first national championship. Its sponsored name is Movistar because of its main sponsor, the local cable television provider Movistar TV. 16 teams participate in the division. The league operates a system of promotion and relegation system at the end of the season with the Segunda División and the Copa Perú. Seasons run from February to December with teams playing 44 games each. The league is organized by the ADFP. The Liga Peruana de Football (Peruvian Football League) was founded in 1912 and organized the Primera División and the Segunda División. The seasons played between 1912 and 1921 included clubs based in Lima and considered unofficial by the FPF. In 1926, the league was continued by the newly formed Peruvian Football Federation. The first division was played at an amateur level from its foundation but turned professional in 1951. In 1966, the first true national league was founded and stands today. As of 2010, the league title has been won by over 19 clubs but Universitario, Alianza Lima, and Sporting Cristal share a total of 62 titles of the 94 contested. Universitario and Alianza Lima alone account for half of the titles won. The current champion of the league competition is Juan Aurich, being its first championship. The Estadio Nacional is an iconic stadium in Peruvian football. It has hosted hundreds of matches since its inauguration in 1952. The site of the stadium was originally a stadium that hosted the first matches in the Liga Peruana de Football. Playoff finals have become customary in the last decade of Peruvian football. These matches attract thousands of supporters. Football was first introduced in Peru in the 19th century
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