1968–69 Segunda División

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The 1968–69 Segunda División season saw 20 teams participate in the second flight Spanish league. Sevilla, Celta and Mallorca were promoted to Primera División. Mestalla, Cádiz, Indautxu, Jerez Industrial, Alavés and Alcoyano were relegated to Tercera División.

Key to colors in league table:
Promoted to Primera División
Relegation playoff
Relegated to Tercera División
Position Club Played Points Wins Draws Losses Goals for Goals against Goal Difference
1 Sevilla FC 38 53 22 9 7 56 30 +26
2 RC Celta de Vigo 38 52 24 4 10 63 28 +35
3 RCD Mallorca 38 50 22 6 10 62 37 +25
4 Club Ferrol 38 47 19 9 10 55 39 +16
5 Real Gijón CF 38 42 16 10 12 60 46 +14
6 CF Calvo Sotelo 38 42 15 12 11 47 41 +6
7 Real Betis Balompié 38 41 14 13 11 69 51 +18
8 Real Murcia CF 38 40 15 10 13 52 48 +4
9 AD Rayo Vallecano 38 40 14 12 12 51 44 +7
10 Real Valladolid 38 39 15 9 14 61 48 +13
11 Real Oviedo CF 38 38 16 6 16 45 45 0
12 Burgos CF 38 38 14 10 14 47 53 -6
13 CD Alcoyano 38 35 12 11 15 51 55 -4
14 Deportivo Alavés 38 35 15 5 18 47 62 -15
15 Onteniente CF 38 34 15 4 19 47 54 -7
16 CD Ilicitano 38 32 12 8 18 50 58 -8
17 CD Mestalla 38 30 11 8 19 53 62 -9
18 Cádiz CF 38 30 13 4 21 44 65 -21
19 SD Indauchu 38 24 9 6 23 40 79 -39
20 Jerez Industrial CF 38 18 6 6 26 36 91 -55

Relegation playoff[edit]

Home Matches:
Bilbao Athletic 3-0 Deportivo Alavés
CD San Andrés 2-2 CD Alcoyano
Ilicitano 3-1 Hércules CF
Onteniente CF 1-0 Recreativo de Huelva
Away Matches:
Alavés 1-0 Bilbao Athletic Agg:1-3
Alcoyano 1-2 San Andrés Agg:3-4
Hércules 1-0 Ilicitano Agg:2-3
Recreativo 3-2 Onteniente Agg:3-3
Deciding Match:
Onteniente 2-1 Recreativo

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