Liga MX Seasons

Liga MX Seasons Table
Season Competition Name # Squads Champion Top Scorer
2023-2024Liga MX18América (T)Harold Preciado, Guillermo Martínez Ayala - 14
2022-2023Liga MX18Pachuca (T), UANL (T)Henry Martín - 24
2021-2022Liga MX18Atlas (T), Atlas (T)Germán Berterame - 16
2020-2021Liga MX18León (T), Cruz Azul (T)Jonathan Rodríguez - 21
2019-2020Liga MX19Monterrey (A)André-Pierre Gignac - 18
2018-2019Liga MX18América (A), UANL (C)André-Pierre Gignac - 21
2017-2018Liga MX18UANL (A), Santos Laguna (C)Mauro Boselli - 20
2016-2017Liga MX18UANL (A), Guadalajara (C)Raúl Ruidíaz - 20
2015-2016Liga MX18UANL (A), Pachuca (C)André-Pierre Gignac - 24
2014-2015Liga MX18América (A), Santos Laguna (C)Dorlan Pabón - 21
2013-2014Liga MX0León (A), León (C)Pablo Velázquez - 19
2012-2013Liga MX0Tijuana (A), América (C)Christian Benítez - 23
2011-2012Primera División de México0UANL (A), Santos Laguna (C)Iván Alonso - 25
2010-2011Primera División de México0Monterrey (A), Pumas UNAM (C)Christian Benítez - 18
2009-2010Primera División de México0Monterrey (A), Toluca (B)Emanuel Villa - 23
2008-2009Primera División de México0Toluca (A), Pumas UNAM (C)Héctor Mancilla - 25
2007-2008Primera División de México0Atlante (A), Santos Laguna (C)Alfredo Moreno, Esteban Solari - 24
2006-2007Primera División de México0Guadalajara (A), Pachuca (C)Omar Bravo - 19
2005-2006Primera División de México0Toluca (A), Pachuca (C)Sebastián Abreu - 22
2004-2005Primera División de México0Pumas UNAM (A), América (C)Vicente Matías Vuoso - 26
2003-2004Primera División de México0Pachuca (A), Pumas UNAM (C)Andrés Silvera - 25

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