Although Menorca started the new decade without a team in a national league for the first time since the 1970s, a total of eight clubs have participated in the Tercera Division and beyond in the 21st century.
CCE Sant Lluis have made their moves to prepare for the 2020/21 season, renewing their squad from the last campaign.
Menorca’s hopes of representation in Tercera Division in 2020/21 are pinned on CE Mercadal’s upcoming play-off campaign, but at the start of the last decade they had four teams in the division.
The Regional Preferente Menorca could have 12 teams next season, after Atletico Villacarlos announced their return.
The Copa del Rey is the Spanish version of the FA Cup, and it is now 10 years since a Menorcan side featured.
You can play the full Regional Preferente Menorca league season on Football Manager 2019, with a free expansion pack.
Menorca currently doesn’t have a fair pathway for its clubs up the football pyramid.
The Regional Preferente Menorca league season has been officially ended.
Menorca’s leading club, CE Mercadal, will get a chance of promotion back to the Tercera Division despite the coronavirus lockdown.
In the history of Menorcan football, no club has reached the Segunda Division – just one league below La Liga and the mighty Barcelona, Real Madrid, Valencia et al.