2009–10 Tercera División

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Tercera División
Season 2009–10
Promoted Deportivo B
Gandía
Atlético Baleares
Alcalá
Real Sociedad B
Teruel
Badajoz
Caudal
Rayo B
Getafe B
Yeclano
Coruxo
Santboià
La Muela
Alzira
Peña Sport
Extremadura
L'Hospitalet

The Spanish 2009–10 Tercera División started on 29 August 2009 and ended on 20 June 2010 with the promotion play-off finals.

Overview[edit]

There were 362 clubs competing in Tercera División (Third division) in the 2009–10 season, divided into 18 regional groups, accommodating between 20 and 22 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: Deportivo B, Gandía, Atlético Baleares, Alcalá, Real Sociedad B, Teruel, Badajoz, Caudal and Rayo B.

Non-champions Promotion Play-off[edit]

Promoted to Segunda División B: Getafe B, Yeclano, Coruxo, Santboià, La Muela, Alzira, Peña Sport, Extremadura and L'Hospitalet.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Team withdrawn from the competition and consequently dissolved
  2. ^ Due to the relegation of Racing B, from Segunda División B to this group, Selaya was forced to relegate to Primera Regional.
  3. ^ Cassà resigned from Tercera División at the end of the season and thus relegated to Preferente, so Premià was re-admitted to Tercera División.
  4. ^ Benavent fused with Ascó after the end of the season
  5. ^ Galáctico Pegaso was deducted 3 points due to their players' strike against S.S. Reyes
  6. ^ Almería B promoted to Segunda División B due to paying the 700,000€ debt which led to Atlético Ciudad's administrative dissolution.
  7. ^ Santa Fe resigned from Tercera División at the end of the season and thus relegated to Preferente.
  8. ^ Team withdrawn from the competition and consequently dissolved
  9. ^ Team withdrawn from the competition and consequently relegated to Primera Andaluza
  10. ^ Castillo resigned from Tercera División after the end of the season and thus relegated to Preferente
  11. ^ Team withdrawn from the competition and consequently dissolved
  12. ^ Jumilla promoted to Segunda División B due to Murcia B's forced relegation to Tercera División.
  13. ^ Talavera was dissolved after the end of the season, so Tomelloso was re-admitted to Tercera División.

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