Argentina football predictions and tips: League overview

The Superliga Argentina, also referred to as the Primera División, is the premier football division in Argentina. It currently holds 26 teams who play 25 fixtures each to form a final league table. The season runs from August to May. Argentina was the first country outside the United Kingdom to create a football league, in 1891.
The Primera C Metropolitana form the fourth level of the Argentine football league system, together with Torneo Federal B. Primera C Metropolitana is made up of 20 teams mostly from the Buenos Aires area. Teams play each other twice to decide a final league table, first in the Apertura (opening) stage and then in the Clausura (closing) stage.
The Primera B Nacional, often called simply Nacional B, is the second level in the Argentine football league system. It currently has 25 teams playing each other once for a total of 24 fixtures to decide the final league table. The champion is promoted while another can follow through playoff.
The Primera C Metropolitana form the fourth level of the Argentine football league system, together with Torneo Federal B. Primera C Metropolitana is made up of 20 teams mostly from the Buenos Aires area. Teams play each other twice to decide a final league table, first in the Apertura (opening) stage and then in the Clausura (closing) stage.
The Primera B Metropolitana is, together with the league Torneo Federal A, the third level of football in Argentina. The division has 20 clubs, mostly from the Buenos Aires area. These play two fixtures against each other to create a final league table, a champion, promotion and relegation.
The Torneo Federal A is, together with the league Primera B Metropolitana, the third level of football in Argentina. The division has 36 teams who are divided into four zones who play two fixtures against each other for the main league table. The top four teams in each zone move into a multi-staged promotion playoff, the remaining teams into a multi-phase relegation playoff. It’s complicated.
The Argentina Reserve League is a reserve team league that feature reserve lineups from many of the biggest football clubs in Argentina. It currently has 26 teams who play each other once for a total of 25 fixtures per team. The final league table is complete in April.