2008–09 Tercera División

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Tercera División
Season 2008–09
Promoted Gimn. de Torrelavega
Unión Estepona
Villajoyosa
Varea
Espanyol B
Real Oviedo
Toledo
Palencia
Compostela
Izarra
San Roque
Alcalá
Cerro Reyes
Sporting Mahonés
Cacereño
Caravaca
Mallorca B
Mirandés

The Spanish 2008–09 Tercera División started on 30 August 2008 and ended on 28 June 2009 with the promotion play-off finals.

Overview[edit]

There were 363 clubs competing in Tercera División (Third division) in the 2008–09 season, divided into 18 regional groups, each accommodating between 20 and 21 clubs.

The following clubs finished as champions of their respective groups

The 18 group champion clubs participated in the Group Winners Promotion Play-off and the losers from these 9 play-off ties then proceeded to the Non-champions Promotion Play-off with clubs finishing second, third and fourth.

League standings[edit]

Key[edit]

Key to colours in league table:
Promoted via playoffs
Participated in playoffs
Direct relegation

Promotion Play-offs[edit]

Group Winners Promotion Play-off[edit]

Promoted to Segunda División B: Gimn. de Torrelavega, Unión Estepona, Villajoyosa, Varea, Espanyol B, Real Oviedo, Toledo, Palencia and Compostela.

Non-champions Promotion Play-off[edit]

Promoted to Segunda División B: Izarra, San Roque, Alcalá, Cerro Reyes, Sporting Mahonés, Cacereño, Caravaca, Mallorca B and Mirandés.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Montañeros promoted to Segunda División B due to SD Ciudad de Santiago administrative relegation to Tercera División.
  2. ^ Team dissolved after the end of the season
  3. ^ 3 points deducted for not being present to play against CD Aguilar.
  4. ^ Team dissolved after the end of the season.
  5. ^ 3 points deducted for not being present to play against Casino del Real in Melilla.
  6. ^ Due to relegation to Granada 74 CF from Segunda División B to this group, the reserve team, CP Granada 74, was forced to relegate to Preferente.
  7. ^ Team withdrawn from the competition and consequently dissolved
  8. ^ Jerez Industrial promoted to Segunda División B due to CD Linares dissolution.
  9. ^ Team withdrawn from the competition and consequently relegated
  10. ^ Soledad resigned from Tercera División at the end of the season and thus relegated to Preferente, so Arenal was re-admitted to Tercera División.
  11. ^ Due to relegation to SE Eivissa-Ibiza from Segunda División B to this group, the reserve team, SE Eivissa-Ibiza B, was forced to relegate to Preferente.
  12. ^ Cala d'Or resigned from Tercera División at the end of the season and thus relegated to Preferente, so Mercadal was re-admitted to Tercera División.
  13. ^ Tenerife B promoted to Segunda División B due to UD Fuerteventura administrative relegation to Tercera División.
  14. ^ Team dissolved after the end of the season.
  15. ^ Moratalla promoted to Segunda División B due to Lorca Deportiva CF administrative relegation to Tercera División.
  16. ^ Due to relegation to Lorca Deportiva CF from Segunda División B to this group, the reserve team, Lorca Deportiva CF B, was forced to relegate to Preferente.
  17. ^ 2 points deducted for not paying three times the referee rights.
  18. ^ Villanovense promoted to Segunda División B due to Mérida UD administrative relegation to Tercera División.
  19. ^ Team withdrawn from the competition and consequently relegated
  20. ^ Manchego CF was relegated to Preferente for not paying its players.
  21. ^ Team withdrawn from the competition and consequently dissolved

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