Complete Argentinian 19/20 Season (200 Stadiums!) RE-UPLOADED!

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  1. Colgado

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    Hi, everybody !

    Here's the 19/20 season of the 6 main argentinian divisions (Superliga, Nacional B, Primera B Metro, Federal A, Primera C and Primera D). This time around, I decided to upload the entire FIFA 16 folder, since lots of people seemed to have problems with the cmp files. Now you just have to download the file, rename it as FIFA 16, and replace your current FIFA folder (of course, back it up first). In order to get it to work, you need to have the legal copy of FIFA 16.

    Here´s the YT link:


    These are the contents of this season:

    1- Superliga Argentina (Top division)

    24 Teams:

    River Plate
    Boca Juniors
    Independiente
    Racing Club
    San Lorenzo
    Huracan
    Rosario Central
    Newell's Old Boys
    Velez Sarsfield
    Argentinos Jrs.
    Lanus
    Banfield
    Defensa y Justicia
    Estudiantes LP
    Gimnasia LP
    Colon de Santa Fe
    Union de Santa Fe
    Godoy Cruz Antonio Tomba
    Arsenal (Sarandi)
    Central Cordoba (Santiago del Estero)
    Atletico Tucuman
    Patronato de Parana
    Aldosivi de Mar del Plata
    Talleres de Cordoba


    Tournaments: Superliga Argentina (League), Copa de la Superliga, Playable in Manager mode and Tournament mode. Trofeo de Campeones de la Superliga (between winners of superliga and copa de la superliga) is playable in career manager mode. Skipping pre season and disable transfers is recommended for Career mode, matter of fact, don't even touch the transfer's tab, he. This goes also for all the other leagues.

    24 Stadiums:

    El Monumental Antonio Vespucio Liberti (already in game)
    La Bombonera Camilo Cichero (already in game)
    Cilindro de Avellaneda Juan Domingo Peron
    Libertadores de America
    Nuevo Gasometro Pedro Bidegain
    Tomas Adolfo Duco
    Gigante de Arroyito
    Marcelo Bielsa
    Jose Amalfitani
    Diego Armando Maradona
    Julio Humberto Grondona
    Florencio Sola
    La Fortaleza Nestor Diaz Perez
    Jorge Luis Hirshi (brand new stadium!)
    Juan Carmelo Zerillo (with new stands)
    Feliciano Gambarte (original Godoy Cruz' stadium)
    La Boutique de Barrio Jardin
    Jose Fierro
    Norberto Tito Tomaghello (renovated with tv broadcast orientation)
    Presbitero Bartolome Grella
    Brigadier Estanislao Lopez
    15 de Abril
    Adolfo Lopez (old legendary Aldosivi's stadium)
    Alfredo Terrera (correct tv broadcast orientation)


    2- Nacional B (2nd level):


    32 Teams divided in two zones of 16:

    Zona A:

    San Martin (San Juan)
    Ferro Carril Oeste
    Platense
    Temperley
    Nueva Chicago
    Deportivo Moron
    Agropecuario Argentino de Carlos Casares
    Independiente Rivadavia de Mendoza
    Mitre de Santiago del Estero
    Guillermo Brown de Puerto Madryn
    Belgrano (Cordoba)
    Estudiantes (Caseros)
    Atlanta
    Barracas Central
    Estudiantes de Rio IV
    Alvarado (Mar del Plata)


    Zona B:

    Defensores de Belgrano
    Almagro
    Chacarita
    Gimnasia de Jujuy
    Gimnasia de Mendoza
    San Martin (Tucuman)
    Villa Dalmine
    Atletico Rafaela
    Quilmes
    Tigre
    All Boys
    Sarmiento de Junin
    Brown de Adrogue
    Instituto (Cordoba)
    Ramon Santamarina de Tandil
    Deportivo Riestra


    Tournaments: Each zone is playable as a separated league in tournament mode. In career mode you get to play the league stage plus the play-off stage which consists on a final match between each zone's winner to determine the first promotion to superliga and the champion, and the "reducido" tournament between the loser of that final and the three top teams of each zone that will determine the second promotion.


    32 Stadiums:

    Juan Pasquale (new and old tv broadcast versions)
    Republica de Mataderos
    Centenario de Quilmes
    Ofelia Rosenzuaig
    Victor Legrotaglie
    Bautista Gargantini
    Nuevo Monumental de Rafaela
    Tacita de Plata 23 de Agosto
    Monumental de Alta Cordoba
    Arquitecto Etcheverri (new model)
    Doctores Jose y Antonio Castiglione
    Alfredo Beranger
    Ciudad de Vicente Lopez (correct tv broadcast orientation)
    Municipal General San Martin
    Eva Peron
    Lorenzo Arandilla
    3 de Febrero
    18 de Julio
    Coliseo de Mitre y Pucchini
    Nuevo Francisco Urbano
    Raul Conti
    Claudio Chiqui Tapia (day only)
    Guillermo Laza
    Islas Malvinas
    La Ciudadela de Tucuman
    Jose Dellagiovanna
    Gigante de Alberdi
    Ciudad de Caseros
    Leon Kolbowski
    Jose Maria Minella (where Alvarado plays as host)
    Antonio Candini
    Hilario Sanchez (original San Martin de San Juan's stadium)


    3- Primera B Metropolitana (traditional 3rd level, Buenos Aires metro area): I put this league along with the other two 3rd level leagues (Federal A zones 1 and 2) in a "fake" country called "Argentina (No Afiliados)" in order to make it playable in career mode, although this particular league IS directly affiliated to the Argentinian FA


    18 Teams:

    Fenix
    Sacachispas
    Almirante Brown
    San Telmo
    Ferrocarril Urquiza
    Justo Jose de Urquiza
    Acassuso
    Comunicaciones
    Flandria
    Talleres de Remedios de Escalada
    Defensores Unidos de Zarate
    San Miguel
    Tristan Suarez
    Colegiales
    Deportivo Armenio
    Los Andes
    Argentino de Quilmes
    Villa San Carlos

    Tournaments: Primera B Metro (League), Reducido (Promotion play-off tournament with teams from 2nd to 9th in the league) Playable in Tournament mode and first season playable in career/manager mode. Unfortunately this is not the actual competition format. The Argentinian FA decided to change it (yet again) reviving the old Apertura/Clausura tournies. But unlike the Mexican or Colombian competitions, in this case a general 2 round table is needed to determine which teams qualify for the 2nd promotion play-offs. Since this is impossible to configure in FIFA 16 (or at least, I couldn't find a way) I decided to keep the previous format with the champion of the two rounds league promoting directly (no final) and the winner of the play-offs getting the 2nd promotion. This will be the case for the Primera C and Primera D as well.


    17 Stadiums:

    Alfredo Ramos
    Beto Larrosa
    Libertarios Unidos
    20 de Octubre
    Remedios de Escalada
    Fragata Sarmiento
    Osvaldo Baletto
    Monumental de Villa Lynch
    La Quema de Boulogne
    Carlos V
    Gigante de Villa Fox
    Ramon Roque Martin
    Los Polvorines
    Barraca Quilmeña
    Armenia
    Gennacio Salice
    Eduardo Gallardon


    3- Torneo Federal A (indireclty affiliated to FA 3rd level):


    30 Teams, divided in 2 Groups of 15:

    South-West:

    Deportivo Madryn
    Villa Mitre de Bahia Blanca
    Sol de Mayo de Viedma
    Olimpo de Bahia Blanca
    Cipolletti de Rio Negro
    Ferro Carril Oeste de General Pico
    Sansinena de General Cerri
    Mutual Camioneros de Esteban Echeverria
    Deportivo Maipu de Mendoza
    Huracan Las Heras
    Sportivo Desamparados de San Juan
    Estudiantes de San Luis
    Juventud Unida Universitario de San Luis
    Circulo Deportivo Nicanor Otamendi de Mar del Plata
    Peñarol de San Juan


    North-East:

    Central Norte de Salta
    Boca Unidos de Corrientes
    San Martin de Formosa
    Chaco For Ever de Resistencia
    Sarmiento de Resistencia
    Crucero del Norte
    Defensores de Belgrano de Villa Ramallo
    Douglas Haig de Pergamino
    Sportivo Belgrano de San Francisco
    Gimnasia de Concepcion del Uruguay
    Defensores de Pronunciamiento
    Union Sunchales
    Juventud Unida de Gualeguaychu
    Sportivo Las Parejas
    Güemes de Santiago del Estero


    Tournaments: The entire Federal A is now playable in both Tournament and Manager mode. Each zone is basically an almost completely separated league where the top six of each zone qualify for a final round within each zone where the top teams promote directly. There is a third promotion that can be played in career mode with a fantasy leg between the 2nd placed teams of the final group of each zone to determine who will play the real play-off against the loser of the final of the "reducido" tournament for 2nd promotion of the Primera B Metro. The winner of this match would achieve the 3rd promotion to Nacional B.


    30 Stadiums:

    Comandante Guacurari
    Centenario de Resistencia
    Juan Alberto Garcia
    Antonio Romero (where San Martin de Formosa plays as host)
    Leoncio Benitez
    Padre Martearena (where Central Norte plays as host)
    Hector Odicino-Pedro Benoza
    Juan Gilberto Funes (where Juventud Unida Universitario de San Luis plays as host)
    Oscar Boero
    Omar Higinio Sperdutti
    General San Martin
    El Serpentario
    Miguel Morales
    De Los Eucaliptos
    La Visera de Cemento
    Abel Sastre
    La Perrera
    Salomon Boeseldin
    Manuel y Ramon Nuñez
    La Fortaleza del Bicho
    Delio Esteban Cardozo
    Arturo Miranda
    Roberto Carminatti
    Albiceleste
    Hugo Moyano
    Coloso del Barrio Talleres
    Fortin de Bahia Blanca
    Luis Molina
    Guillermo Trama
    Ramon Pablo Rojas

    All stadiums now with "live" crowds


    4- Primera C (4th level):


    19 Teams:

    Lujan
    Sportivo Dock Sud
    Deportivo Italiano
    Deportivo Merlo
    Deportivo Laferrere
    Ferrocarril Midland
    Excursionistas
    Berazategui
    San Martin de Burzaco
    El Porvenir
    General Lamadrid
    Central Cordoba de Rosario
    Leandro Niceforo Alem de General Rodriguez
    Victoriano Arenas
    Ituzaingo
    Cañuelas
    Deportivo Español
    Argentino de Merlo
    Real Pilar

    Tournaments: Primera C (league stage), Reducido (teams from 2nd to 9th play a 2nd promotion play-off tournament) Same as with the Primera B Metro, the actual competition format has been changed to the Apertura/Clausura fashion but I couldn't find a way to make it work so I kept the previous tournament format.


    19 Stadiums:

    Jorge Alfredo Arin
    Carlos Sacaan (pan-pan!! :D)
    Saturnino Moure
    General Rodriguez
    Norman Lee
    Pampa y Miñones
    Jose Charro Moreno
    Garrafa Sanchez
    De Los Inmigrantes
    Enrique VI
    Gabino Sosa
    Francisco Ghersinich
    Republica de Italia
    Francisco Boga
    Municipal de Lujan
    Ciudad de Libertad
    Carlos Barraza (previous Fenix stadium now appropriated by "new rich kids" Real Pilar)
    Nueva España
    Merlo Norte


    Continue with Primera D (5th level), Extra Tournaments AND... download links in post#3...
     
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  2. panin18

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    are you serious my friend? AMAZING :clap:
     
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    5- Primera D (bottom amateur level):


    14 Teams:

    Liniers
    Puerto Nuevo
    Deportivo Paraguayo
    Deportivo Muñiz
    Centro Español
    Atletico Lugano
    Yupanqui
    Juventud Unida
    Claypole
    Atlas
    Defensores de Cambaceres
    Central Ballester
    Argentino de Rosario
    Sportivo Barracas

    Tournaments: Primera D (league format) + Reducido (2nd promotion play-off tournament from 2nd placed to 9th) Playable in manager, career and tournament mode. Same case as with Primera B Metro and Primera C, not the actual reinstated Apertura/Clausura format which is incompatible with FIFA


    9 Stadiums:

    Juan Antonio Arias
    Ricardo Puga
    12 de Octubre
    Ciudad de San Miguel
    Jose Maria Moraños
    Ruben Carlos Vallejos
    Rodolfo Vicente Capocasa
    Jose Martin Olaeta
    Luis Vallejos (owned by an amateur team called Belgrano de Zarate, but Deportivo Muñiz has been using it currently as a host)



    The bottom team of this league would be disaffiliated from AFA and wont compete during next season. I created a "Desafiliados" league with teams that are currently out of the system. It could be used as a "dumpster" for teams that may in the near future be back in on the main league system


    Extra Tournaments:


    Copa Argentina:


    Playable in Manager, career (if selected team is in) and tournament mode
    64 Teams from the 6 divisions above (the 24 teams from Superliga, 14 teams from Nacional B, 6 teams from Primera B Metro, 13 teams from Federal A, 4 teams from Primera C and 3 teams from Primera D), organized in 6 one leg rounds, played at several stadiums including these neutral turfs among others:


    Mario Alberto Kempes
    Jose Antonio Romero Feris
    San Juan del Bicentenario
    Malvinas Argentinas de Mendoza
    Bicentenario de Catamarca
    Unico de La Plata


    Supercopa Argentina:

    Playable in Manager/career mode. This is a one leg supercup final that should be between the winner of the Superliga and the winner of the Copa Argentina. But because FIFA 16 reasonably only allows a team to qualify for only one tournament at a time, I had to set up this Supercup to be between the winner of the Copa Argentina and the winner of the new "Trofeo de Campeones de la Superliga" which consists on the winner of the Superliga and the winner of the Copa de la Superliga.


    Copa Libertadores:

    Playable in manager mode. All three pre-qualifying stages, group stage and knock out stages, the final is again only one leg in neutral ground and it will be at the Maracana stadium. Teams from Brazil are up to date, Colombia and Chile... somewhat, the rest of the teams have rosters from previous seasons and would need to be updated.


    Copa Sudamericana:

    Playable in manager mode. All knock out stages plus a fantasy group stage to determine qualification for the losing teams in the 3rd preliminary round from Copa Libertadores that enter the Copa Sudamericana. Playable in Manager mode. Some teams from Brazil are up to date, rest of the teams have rosters from previous seasons. If anyone would like to submit the updated rosters it would be greatly appreciated.

    All 47 Teams from 2020 Copa Libertadores
    All 44 Teams from 2020 Copa Sudamericana


    Plus, the remaining teams form the other 9 conmebol top leagues, including some 2nd division teams. All of them could be used perhaps in the future if they qualify.


    Stadiums:

    5 from Bolivia
    17 from Brazil
    13 from Chile (4 without crowds)
    12 from Colombia (1 without crowds)
    8 from Ecuador
    5 from Paraguay
    9 from Peru (1 without crowds)
    11 from Uruguay (1 without crowds)
    9 from Venezuela (5 without crowds)


    In career mode it is possible to qualify for the FIFA Club World Cup as well, checking the other continental tournaments as they unfold:

    UEFA CL, starting on round of 16 (Real)
    AFC CL, starting on round of 16 (Fantasy)
    OFC CL, starting on semi-finals (Fantasy)
    CAF CL, starting on quarter finals (Fantasy)
    CONCACAF CL, starting on quarter finals (Real)
    plus a "mini" Qatar Stars League of three teams that would qualify as the local team (Fantasy)

    It is also possible to qualify for the Suruga Bank Cup and the Recopa Sudamericana, although, again, due to FIFA 16 restriction to allow a team to qualify for only one tournament at a time, I had to do a little tweaking. The Recopa Sudamericana, between Copa Libertadores and Copa Sudamericana winners, is part of a Fantasy "quarter final" round within the Fifa Club World Cup, the winner of this two leg "cup" would advance as the south american representative at the FIFA Club World Cup Semifinals whereas the loser will play the Suruga Bank against the winner of a Fantasy "J-League" (Japanese champion) also available in career mode.

    Most of the rosters for these teams are outdated, if anyone cares about updating them and sharing them in cmp format it would be awesome.


    I configured all the tournaments myself. Kits are not necessarily current, I used the models I like the most. Most of them have been converted and downloaded from previous FIFA versions and done by true kit makers. I haven't taken their stamped name away. I've converted and done crowds for most of the minor division teams and some small south american teams, the rest of the stadiums has been collected mostly from this forum. I apologize in advance if I haven't asked for permission to use all of them, I just have so many scattered around all my hard drives I don't even know at this point where I've got them from.

    Click on "watch on youtube.com" to go the youtube page with the download links:


    Important notes:

    1- Unfortunately with some of the recent FIFA updates it is not possible to save a career or a tournament, you would have to leave the program and the computer always on...

    2- Most leagues work after the first season, but as it usually happens with Argentinan football, it will render errors after the second season due to the uneven number of promotions and relegations plus the fact that there are now two 2nd level divisions and 3 third level divisions...

    3- Superliga, Nacional B and some important south american stadiums have been used to replace most of the original stadiums in order to play night and day games. 3rd, 4th and 5th division and smaller south american teams' stadiums can only be played with day settings (or bizarre night shading if you dont care)

    4- Unzip, change folder name to "FIFA 16". Change original FIFA 16 folder name to something else, copy the new FIFA 16 folder to C://Program Files x 86/Origin Games

    5- If you experience problems while using the patch or you would rather prefer not to replace your original FIFA folder, or you are only interested in a particular league, team or tournament I recommend to unzip the folder in an external hard drive, open it with CM, extract/create cmps as you wish and then load them into your original FIFA 16. But beware, if you do this, you have to be careful with the ids as you could unintentionally replace data


    Enjoy !
     
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  4. panin18

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    i'll take a LONG LONG holiday my friend after this release...
     
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    Haha..

    It's a pity that the Argentinian League system is so complicated, which makes it virtually impossible to play more than one season realistically as you would with most european countries. Divisions change in the amount of teams due to different promotion-relegation rules, formats, two simultaneous 3rd divisions, etc... I usually play in manager mode, one season per league, no transfers, no emails, he.
     
  6. panin18

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    yeah, but the amount of stadiums and teams....it's unbelivable...i've been waiting for some time a patch like this
     
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    Enjoy it, man. I'd say I'm quite happy with the patch. There's always room for improvement, of course, but it's definitely playable. I customized some things at my own discretion

    For instance, I put the away crowds for most stadiums where they would go originally, although in reality, visitors are currently not allowed to attend matches in Argentina due to violence and all you see is an empty stand or just home fans, but I thought it might be more fun to have it the old fashion way.
     
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    yeah, it's definitly more realistic with the away fans
     
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    i'm not from south-america, i'm european but i love the footbal from Argentina and Brasil...in fact, i'm helping a team from Brasil getting content for a patch and we would love to see some of your argentinian stadiums in the patch...did you updated the south-american leagues for the last season? i mean with the new teams?
     
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    Each of the South American leagues have more teams than they contain in reality (Colombia has 24 teams, for example) but rosters are updated only for teams from Brazil, Colombia and Chile that currently play in their country’s first division.

    The rosters on the 6 remaining leagues are not up to date. I just added them to be able to play Copa Libertadores and Sudamericana. All of them have kits and most of the teams that qualified for the current edition of Libertadores and Sudamericana have their own Stadiums (about 80 in total from south america, apart from Argentina) Many of them I actually got them from SG.
     
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    New Teams like Deportivo Santaní, from Paraguay, Royal Pari from Bolivia, etc... that participate in current continental competitions, they all have kits and logo, not sure about the roster, though.
     
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    simply amazing...untill now, no one was able to update the leagues for a long time
     
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    Increíble que gran trabajo.
     
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    sorry to bother you man but i have a problem with the south-american leagues...i can't import the two cmp files with the leagues..when i want to import the first it gives me error on America de Minas Gerais and when i want to import the secont it gives me error on Cesar Vallejo
     
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    Can not compile all this a single file since it is the general editor Colgado?
     
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    yeah my friend, i think that is the only way for this patch to work..altought you need to exctract team by team and stadium by stadium
     
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    i've managed to import the argentinian leagues but the other south-american simply don't want to be imported...it gives me error by error
     
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    Honestly, I wouldn’t try to import the south american leagues all at once, because I did a mash-up with them. I only use them for teams in the continental cups when I play manager mode with argentinian teams. I never intended to do a “South america patch”. I’ve also deleted many teams from european leagues in my fifa, that’s why there’s no clash problems, but I understand that you may still have them

    I’d suggest to import team by team (disregard league import) select the “create” option for importing (never use patch id nor replace, if you dont want to inadvertedly overwrite data in your db) and then you could either put the teams in Rest of World league or create a new league(s) yourself, and put the teams there as you import them
     
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    Thanks my friend..i will give it another shot with another version of CM 16..if still doesn't work i will try your way
     
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    my friend, i hope in the future to bring the rest of your work from FIFA 10 to FIFA 16
     
      

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