Segunda División B

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Segunda División B
Founded 1928-29 (one season)
1977 (as an actual league)
Country Spain
Level on pyramid 3

Segunda División B is a football league which is the third division in Spain.

Structure[change | change source]

The league is made of 4 groups of 20 teams, making the amount of total teams 80 in all.

Promotion[change | change source]

In each group, the top 6 teams qualify for the Copa Del Rey. The 2nd, 3rd, and 4th placed teams qualify for playoffs to be promoted to Segunda Division. The 1st placed team has to play a playoff with the champions of other groups and the winner is declared champion.

Relegation[change | change source]

In each group, the bottom 4 teams are directly sent to the Tercera División. The 16th placed teams in each group compete against each other. The worst of those teams is relegated.

Groups[change | change source]

Group I Group II Group III Group IV

Group winners[change | change source]

These are all the group winners ever. The promoted group winners are in bold.

Note: Since the 2008-09 season, the champion has been decided in a playoffs round. The winner of the playoffs final is highlighted in gold. The loser of the playoffs final is highlighted in silver.

Year Group I Group II Group III Group IV Other promoted teams
1929 Cultural Leonesa None None None Murcia
1977–78 Racing Ferrol Almería None None Algeciras, Castilla
1978–79 Palencia Levante None None Gimnàstic, Oviedo
1979–80 Barakaldo Linares None None Ceuta, Atlético Madrileño
1980–81 Celta Mallorca None None Córdoba, Deportivo
1981–82 Barcelona B Xerez None None Cartagena, Palencia
1982–83 Athletic B Granada None None Algeciras, Tenerife
1983–84 Sabadell Lorca None None Calvo Sotelo, Logroñés
1984–85 Sestao Rayo Vallecano None None Albacete, Deportivo Aragón
1985–86 Figueres Xerez None None None
1986–87 Tenerife None None None Lleida, Granada, Real Burgos
1987–88 Eibar CFJ Mollerussa Salamanca Alzira None
1988–89 Athletic B Palamós Atlético B Levante None
1989–90 Avilés Lleida Albacete Orihuela None
1990–91 Real Madrid B Racing Santander Badajoz Barcelona B[1] Compostela, Mérida
1991–92 Salamanca Sant Andreu Cartagena Marbella Badajoz, Lugo, Villarreal
1992–93 Leganés Alavés Murcia Las Palmas Hércules, Toledo
1993–94 Salamanca Alavés Gramenet Extremadura Getafe, Ourense
1994–95 Racing Ferrol Alavés Levante Córdoba Almería, Écija, Sestao
1995–96 Las Palmas Sporting B Levante Jaén Atlético Madrid B, Ourense
1996–97 Sporting B Aurrerá Gimnàstic Córdoba Elche, Jaén, Numancia, Xerez
1997–98 Cacereño Barakaldo Barcelona B Málaga Mallorca B, Recreativo de Huelva
1998–99 Getafe Cultural Leonesa Levante Melilla Córdoba, Elche
1999-00 Universidad LPGC Gimnástica Gandía Granada Jaén, Murcia, Racing de Ferrol
2000–01 Atlético B Burgos Gramenet Cádiz Gimnàstic, Ejido, Xerez
2001–02 Barakaldo Barcelona B Real Madrid B Motril Almería, Compostela, Getafe, Terrassa
2002–03 Universidad LPGC Real Unión Castellón Algeciras Cádiz, Ciudad de Murcia, Málaga B
2003–04 Pontevedra Atlético B Lleida Lanzarote Gimnàstic, Racing de Ferrol
2004–05 Real Madrid B Ponferradina Alicante Sevilla B Castellón, Lorca, Real Madrid B
2005–06 Universidad LPGC Salamanca Badalona Cartagena Las Palmas, Ponferradina, Vecindario
2006–07 Pontevedra Eibar Alicante Sevilla Atlético Córdoba, Racing de Ferrol
2007–08 Rayo Vallecano Ponferradina Girona Écija Alicante, Huesca
2008–09 Real Unión Cartagena Alcoyano Cádiz Villarreal B
2009–10 Ponferradina Alcorcón Sant Andreu Granada Barcelona B
2010–11 Lugo Eibar Sabadell Murcia Alcoyano, Guadalajara
2011–12 Real Madrid Castilla Mirandés Atlético Baleares Cádiz Lugo, Ponferradina
2012–13 Tenerife Alavés L'Hospitalet Jaén Eibar
2013–14 Racing Santander Sestao River Llagostera Albacete Leganés
2014–15 Oviedo Huesca Gimnàstic Cádiz Bilbao Athletic

References[change | change source]

  1. Promoted after the administrative relegation to Segunda B of Orihuela.