This is a list of Mexican football transfers in the Mexican Primera Division during the winter 2011-12 transfer window, grouped by club. Football has been played professionally in Mexico since the early 1900s. Since 1996, the country has played two split seasons instead of a traditional long season. There are two separate playoff and league divisions. After many years of calling the regular seasons as "Verano" (Summer) and "Invierno" (Winter); the Primera División de México (Mexican First League Division) have changed the names of the competition, and has opted for "Apertura" (opening) and "Clausura" (closing) events. The Apertura division begins in the middle of Mexico's summer and ends before the official start of winter. The Clausura division begins during the New Year, and concludes in

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  • This is a list of Mexican football transfers in the Mexican Primera Division during the winter 2011-12 transfer window, grouped by club. Football has been played professionally in Mexico since the early 1900s. Since 1996, the country has played two split seasons instead of a traditional long season. There are two separate playoff and league divisions. After many years of calling the regular seasons as "Verano" (Summer) and "Invierno" (Winter); the Primera División de México (Mexican First League Division) have changed the names of the competition, and has opted for "Apertura" (opening) and "Clausura" (closing) events. The Apertura division begins in the middle of Mexico's summer and ends before the official start of winter. The Clausura division begins during the New Year, and concludes in the spring season. (en)
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  • on loan from Chiapas
  • on loan from Cruz Azul
  • on loan from Morelia
  • on loan from Necaxa
  • on loan from Atlas
  • on loan from Monterrey
  • on loan from Pachuca
  • on loan from Puebla
  • on loan from América
  • on loan to Chiapas
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  • to Chiapas
  • from Guadalajara
  • from Cruz Azul
  • from San Lorenzo
  • to Antofagasta
  • from Toluca
  • from Atlante
  • from Instituto
  • from LDU Quito
  • from Olimpo
  • to Atlético Nacional
  • to Atlético Rafaela
  • to Figueirense
  • to Nacional
  • to San Lorenzo
  • to Veracruz
  • to Huracán
  • to Puebla
  • to San Luis
  • to Atlante
  • from América
  • from Atlas
  • from Pachuca
  • from Puebla
  • from San Luis
  • from Tecos
  • from Veracruz
  • to Atlas
  • from Audax Italiano
  • from Columbus Crew
  • from Universitario
  • from Volga Nizhny Novgorod
  • from Monterrey
  • from Querétaro
  • from Santos Laguna
  • from Toluca, previously on loan
  • loan return from Atlas
  • loan return from León
  • loan return from Puebla
  • loan return to Guadalajara
  • on loan to Atlas
  • on loan to Morelia
  • on loan to Pachuca
  • on loan to San Luis
  • to Atlante, previously on loan
  • to Chiapas, previously on loan
  • to Monterrey
  • to Tecos
  • to Tijuana
  • from Dinamo Zagreb
  • to Celaya
  • on loan from Santos Laguna, previously on loan at Atlas
  • on loan from Atlas, previously on loan at HNK Rijeka
  • from Emelec
  • from Esporte Clube Bahia
  • from Estoril Praia
  • from HNK Rijeka, previously on loan
  • from Sporting Kansas City
  • from Universidad de Chile, previously on loan
  • from Universidad de San Martín
  • from Vélez
  • from Atlante, previously on loan
  • from Monterrey, previously on loan at Atlante
  • from Toros Neza
  • from UANL, previously on loan
  • on loan to Atlante, previously on loan at HNK Rijeka
  • loan return from Cerro Porteño
  • loan return from Irapuato
  • loan return from Pachuca
  • loan return to Correcaminos UAT
  • loan return to Pachuca
  • loan return to Querétaro
  • loan return to Santos Laguna
  • loan return to UANL
  • on loan from Barcelona
  • on loan from Huachipato
  • on loan from Millonarios
  • on loan from Mérida
  • on loan from UANL, previously on loan at Atlas
  • on loan from UANL, previously on loan at Chiapas
  • on loan to Atlético Mineiro
  • on loan to Daejeon Citizen
  • on loan to Liga de Quito
  • on loan to Atlante
  • on loan to Correcaminos
  • on loan to Cruz Azul Hidalgo
  • on loan to La Piedad
  • on loan to León
  • on loan to Mérida
  • on loan to Necaxa
  • on loan to Neza
  • on loan to Puebla, previously on loan at Atlas
  • on loan to San Luis, previously on loan at Chiapas
  • on loan to Sinaloa
  • on loan to Tecos
  • on loan to Tecos, previously on loan at Querétaro
  • on loan to Tijuana
  • on loan to Tijuana, previously on loan at Atlas
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  • to Chicago Fire, previously on loan
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  • to Altamira
  • to Atlas, previously on loan
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  • on loan from Guadalajara, previously on loan at Querétaro
  • on loan from River Plate de Montevideo, previously on loan at Danubio
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  • from Corinthians, previously on loan to Portuguesa
  • on loan from Tigres de la UANL, previously on loan at Necaxa
  • on loan to Estudiantes Tecos, previously on loan at Necaxa
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  • This is a list of Mexican football transfers in the Mexican Primera Division during the winter 2011-12 transfer window, grouped by club. Football has been played professionally in Mexico since the early 1900s. Since 1996, the country has played two split seasons instead of a traditional long season. There are two separate playoff and league divisions. After many years of calling the regular seasons as "Verano" (Summer) and "Invierno" (Winter); the Primera División de México (Mexican First League Division) have changed the names of the competition, and has opted for "Apertura" (opening) and "Clausura" (closing) events. The Apertura division begins in the middle of Mexico's summer and ends before the official start of winter. The Clausura division begins during the New Year, and concludes in (en)
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  • List of Mexican Football Transfers Winter 2011–12 (en)
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