2010–11 Segunda División B

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The 2010–11 Segunda División B season is the 80th since its establishment. The first matches of the season were played on 28 August 2010, and the season ended on 26 June 2011 with the promotion play-off finals.

Group 1[edit]

Summary before 2010/11 season[edit]



  • Relegated to This Group From Segunda División:
    • None

Stadia and locations[edit]

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Team Founded Home city Stadium Capacity
Alcalá 1929 Alcalá de Henares, Community of Madrid Municipal del Val 6,000
Atlético B 1970 Madrid, Community of Madrid Cerro del Espino 4,000
Badajoz 1905 Badajoz, Extremadura Nuevo Vivero 15,000
Cacereño 1919 Cáceres, Extremadura Príncipe Felipe 7,000
Celta B 1988 Vigo, Galicia Barreiro 4,500
Cerro Reyes 1980 Badajoz, Extremadura José Pache 3,500
Conquense 1946 Cuenca, Castile-La Mancha La Fuensanta 3,500
Coruxo 1930 Coruxo, Vigo, Galicia O Vao 1,200
Deportivo B 1964 A Coruña, Galicia El Mundo del Fútbol 3,000
Extremadura 2007 Almendralejo, Extremadura Francisco de la Hera 11,500
Getafe B 1983 Getafe, Community of Madrid Ciudad Deportiva 1,500
Guadalajara 1947 Guadalajara, Castile-La Mancha Pedro Escartín 5,000
Leganés 1928 Leganés, Community of Madrid Butarque 8,000
Lugo 1953 Lugo, Galicia Angel Carro 6,000
Montañeros 1977 A Coruña, Galicia Campo de Elviña Grande 1,200
Pontevedra 1941 Pontevedra, Galicia Pasarón 12,500
Rayo B 1956 Madrid, Community of Madrid Ciudad Deportiva 800
Real Madrid Castilla 1930 Madrid, Community of Madrid Alfredo di Stéfano 6,000
Universidad LPGC 1994 Las Palmas, Canary Islands Pepe Gonçalvez 3,000
Vecindario 1942 Santa Lucía de Tirajana, Canary Islands Municipal de Vecindario 4,500

League table[edit]

Play-off for promotion Copa del Rey Relegation play-off Relegated
Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Lugo (C) 38 22 9 7 64 39 +25 75
2 Guadalajara (P) 38 21 10 7 62 25 +37 73
3 Real Madrid Castilla 38 21 8 9 73 38 +35 71
4 Leganés 38 20 9 9 54 35 +19 69
5 Universidad LPGC1 (D) 38 18 8 12 41 43 -2 62
6 Rayo B 38 16 10 12 41 34 +7 58
7 Getafe B 38 15 9 14 45 45 0 54
8 Alcalá 38 13 13 12 38 39 -1 52
9 Celta B 38 15 7 16 43 52 -9 52
10 Vecindario 38 13 12 13 37 53 -16 51
11 Atlético B 38 13 11 14 43 43 0 50
12 Montañeros 38 13 10 15 50 53 -3 49
13 Cacereño 38 11 15 12 34 33 +1 48
14 Coruxo 38 11 14 13 40 41 -1 47
15 Badajoz 38 12 11 15 41 44 -3 47
16 Conquense 38 11 14 13 47 43 +4 47
17 Deportivo B (R) 38 12 9 17 47 57 -10 45
18 Pontevedra (R) 38 10 9 19 38 49 -11 39
19 Extremadura (R) 38 8 8 22 29 50 -21 32
20 Cerro Reyes2 (R) 38 5 4 29 20 71 -51 16

1 Universidad LPGC was dissolved after the end of the season.

2 Cerro Reyes retired from the competition due to their non-appearance for two matches in a row, leading to their relegation to Regional Preferente de Extremadura for not paying its players.

Pld = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; GF = Goals for; GA = Goals against; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points; (C) = Champion; (R) = Relegated; (Q) = Play off; (P) = Promoted through playoff
Rules for classification: 1st points; 2nd head-to-head; 3rd goal difference; 4th goals scored

Top goalscorers[edit]

Last updated May 15, 2011

Goalscorers Goals Team
Spain Mikel Arruabarrena
21
Leganés
Spain Juanjo Serrano
20
Guadalajara
Spain Gorka Azkorra
17
Lugo
Spain Álvaro Morata
14
Real Madrid Castilla
Spain Joselu
14
Real Madrid Castilla

Top goalkeepers[edit]

Last updated May 15, 2011

Goalkeeper Goals Matches Average Team
Spain Rubén Falcón
31
37
0.84
Leganés
Spain René Román
32
37
0.86
Cacereño
Spain Juan Carlos Martín
33
34
0.97
Rayo B
Spain Miguel Escalona
36
36
1
Lugo
Spain Juancho López
35
35
1
Alcalá

Group 2[edit]

Summary before 2010/11 season[edit]




Stadia and locations[edit]

Team Founded Home city Stadium Capacity
Alavés 1921 Vitoria-Gasteiz, Basque Country Mendizorrotza 19,500
Barakaldo 1917 Barakaldo, Basque Country Lasesarre 8,000
Bilbao Athletic 1964 Bilbao, Basque Country Lezama 2,000
Caudal 1918 Mieres, Asturias Hermanos Antuña 4,500
Cultural Leonesa 1923 León, Castile and León Reino de León 13,500
Eibar 1940 Eibar, Basque Country Ipurua 5,200
Gimnástica Torrelavega 1907 Torrelavega, Cantabria Santa Ana (Tanos) 1,000
Guijuelo 1974 Guijuelo, Castile and León Municipal de Guijuelo 1,500
La Muela 2004 La Muela, Aragon Clemente Padilla 1,500
Lemona 1923 Lemoa, Basque Country Arlonagusia 5,000
Logroñés 2009 Logroño, La Rioja Las Gaunas 16,000
Mirandés 1927 Miranda de Ebro, Castile and León Anduva 6,000
Osasuna B 1964 Pamplona, Navarre Tajonar 2,500
Oviedo 1926 Oviedo, Asturias Carlos Tartiere 30,500
Palencia 1975 Palencia, Castile and León La Balastera 8,100
Peña Sport 1925 Tafalla, Navarre San Francisco 3,000
Real Sociedad B 1951 San Sebastián, Basque Country Zubieta 2,500
Real Unión 1915 Irún, Basque Country Stadium Gal 5,000
Sporting B 1967 Gijón, Asturias Mareo 3,000
Zamora 1969 Zamora, Castile and León Ruta de la Plata 8,000

League table[edit]

Play-off for promotion Copa del Rey Relegation play-off Relegated
Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Eibar (C) 38 21 10 7 58 32 +26 73
2 Mirandés 38 20 11 7 51 24 +27 71
3 Alavés 38 18 12 8 63 43 +20 66
4 Real Unión 38 19 8 11 51 35 +16 65
5 Palencia 38 17 12 9 44 28 +16 63
6 Logroñés 38 18 9 11 44 32 +12 63
7 Osasuna B 38 16 10 12 49 39 +10 58
8 Oviedo 38 15 13 10 45 34 +11 58
9 Gimnástica Torrelavega 38 14 12 12 34 40 -6 54
10 Lemona 38 13 14 11 42 38 +4 53
11 Real Sociedad B 38 12 15 11 34 37 -3 51
12 Bilbao Athletic 38 9 19 10 29 37 -8 46
13 Zamora 38 11 10 17 46 56 -10 43
14 Cultural Leonesa3 (R) 38 9 16 13 42 48 -6 43
15 Guijuelo 38 7 18 13 39 44 -5 39
16 Caudal (R) 38 9 11 18 29 38 -9 38
17 La Muela4 (R) 38 8 14 16 36 56 -22 38
18 Peña Sport (R) 38 9 9 20 30 56 -26 36
19 Sporting B5 38 7 13 18 26 54 -28 34
20 Barakaldo (R) 38 4 12 22 27 48 -21 24

3 Cultural Leonesa was relegated to Tercera División for not paying its players.

4 La Muela was relegated to Regional Preferente for not paying its players.

5 Sporting B avoided relegation to Tercera División after buying the vacant place in Segunda División B left by the administrative relegation of Univerisdad LPGC.

Pld = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; GF = Goals for; GA = Goals against; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points; (C) = Champion; (R) = Relegated; (Q) = Play off; (P) = Promoted through playoff
Rules for classification: 1st points; 2nd head-to-head; 3rd goal difference; 4th goals scored

Top goalscorers[edit]

Last updated May 15, 2011

Goalscorers Goals Team
Spain Diego Cervero
17
Logroñés
Spain Jon Altuna
16
Eibar
Spain Iker Torre
15
Zamora
Spain Alejandro Suárez
13
Palencia
Spain Gorka Brit
13
Real Unión

Top goalkeepers[edit]

Last updated May 15, 2011

Goalkeeper Goals Matches Average Team
Spain Wilfred Muñoz
24
36
0.67
Mirandés
Spain Juan Carlos Castilla
28
37
0.76
Palencia
Spain Xabi Iruretagoiena
25
32
0.78
Eibar
Spain Oinatz Aulestia
30
37
0.81
Oviedo
Spain Aitor Alcalde
27
33
0.82
Lemona

Group 3[edit]

Summary before 2010/11 season[edit]




Stadia and locations[edit]

Team Founded Home city Stadium Capacity
Alcoyano 1929 Alcoy, Valencian Community El Collao 5,000
Alicante 1918 Alicante, Valencian Community Villafranqueza 4,000
Alzira 1946 Alzira, Valencian Community Luis Suñer Picó 4,000
Atlético Baleares 1942 Palma de Mallorca, Balearic Islands Balear 16,000
Badalona 1903 Badalona, Catalonia Camp del Centenari 6,000
Benidorm 1964 Benidorm, Valencian Community Guillermo Amor 6,000
Castellón 1922 Castellón de la Plana, Valencian Community Castalia 16,000
Dénia 1927 Dénia, Valencian Community Camp Nou 3,000
Gandía 1947 Gandía, Valencian Community Guillermo Olagüe 6,000
Gramenet 1945 Santa Coloma de Gramenet, Catalonia Nou Camp Municipal 4,000
L'Hospitalet 1957 L'Hospitalet de Llobregat, Catalonia Feixa Llarga 6,200
Lleida 1939 Lleida, Catalonia Camp d'Esports 13,500
Ontinyent 1947 Ontinyent, Valencian Community El Clariano 5,000
Orihuela 1993 Orihuela, Valencian Community Los Arcos 5,000
Mallorca B 1983 Palma de Mallorca, Balearic Islands Ciudad Deportiva 2,000
Sabadell 1903 Sabadell, Catalonia Nova Creu Alta 20,000
Sant Andreu 1925 Barcelona, Catalonia Narcís Sala 6,900
Santboià 1908 Sant Boi de Llobregat, Catalonia Joan Baptisma Milá 2,500
Sporting Mahonés 1974 Mahón, Balearic Islands Municipal de Bintaufa 3,000
Teruel 1946 Teruel, Aragon Campo de Pinilla 4,000

League table[edit]

Play-off for promotion Copa del Rey Relegation play-off Relegated
Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Sabadell (C) (P) 38 19 12 7 42 24 +18 69
2 Badalona 38 17 14 7 40 26 +14 65
3 Alcoyano (P) 38 17 12 9 46 32 +14 63
4 Orihuela 38 17 12 9 41 30 +11 63
5 Lleida6 38 17 9 12 46 30 +16 60
6 L'Hospitalet 38 16 12 10 58 34 +24 60
7 Sant Andreu 38 13 16 9 37 29 +8 55
8 Dénia 38 14 13 11 34 38 -4 55
9 Alicante7 (R) 38 12 17 9 40 32 +8 53
10 Castellón8 (R) 38 15 8 15 39 42 -3 53
11 Ontinyent 38 14 9 15 35 32 +3 51
12 Teruel 38 12 14 12 37 32 +5 50
13 Atlético Baleares 38 11 16 11 43 38 +5 49
14 Gandía 38 12 13 13 36 45 -9 49
15 Sporting Mahonés 38 12 9 17 35 54 -19 45
16 Benidorm9 (R) 38 10 12 16 32 45 -13 42
17 Alzira (R) 38 8 16 14 34 40 -6 40
18 Gramenet (R) 38 10 6 22 37 67 -30 36
19 Mallorca B10 38 7 13 18 36 48 -12 34
20 Santboià (R) 38 7 7 24 35 65 -30 28

6 Lleida was re-named Lleida Esportiu after the end of the season.

7 Alicante was relegated to Tercera División for not paying its players.

8 Castellón was relegated to Tercera División for not paying its players.

9 Benidorm was relegated to Regional Preferente for not paying its players.

10 Mallorca B avoided relegation to Tercera División after buying the vacant place in Segunda División B left by the administrative relegation of Castellón.'

Pld = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; GF = Goals for; GA = Goals against; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points; (C) = Champion; (R) = Relegated; (Q) = Play off; (P) = Promoted through playoff
Rules for classification: 1st points; 2nd head-to-head; 3rd goal difference; 4th goals scored

Top goalscorers[edit]

Last updated May 15, 2011

Goalscorers Goals Team
Spain Rubén Rayos
18
Lleida
Spain Luismi Loro
17
Castellón
Spain David Miguélez
14
Sant Andreu
Spain Sergio Cirio
13
L'Hospitalet
Spain Salva Chamorro
12
Teruel

Top goalkeepers[edit]

Last updated May 15, 2011

Goalkeeper Goals Matches Average Team
Spain David de Navas
24
37
0.65
Sabadell
Spain David Valle
26
37
0.7
Badalona
Spain Juan Carlos Caballero
26
36
0.72
Teruel
Spain José Miguel Morales
22
29
0.76
Sant Andreu
Spain Eduardo Pérez
30
38
0.79
Lleida

Group 4[edit]

Summary before 2010/11 season[edit]




Stadia and locations[edit]

Team Founded Home city Stadium Capacity
Alcalá 1944 Alcalá de Guadaira, Andalusia Francisco Bono
San Sebastián
3,000
2,000
Almería B 2001 Almería, Andalusia Juan Rojas
Juegos del Mediterraneo
13,000
23,000
Betis B 1962 Seville, Andalusia Ciudad Deportiva 4,000
Cádiz 1910 Cádiz, Andalusia Ramón de Carranza 20,000
Caravaca 1969 Caravaca de la Cruz, Region of Murcia Antonio Martínez El Morao 2,500
Ceuta 1996 Ceuta Alfonso Murube 6,000
Écija 1968 Écija, Andalusia San Pablo 6,000
Jumilla 1975 Jumilla, Region of Murcia Municipal de La Hoya 3,000
Lorca Atlético 2010 Lorca, Region of Murcia Francisco Artés Carrasco 8,000
Lucena 1986 Lucena, Andalusia Municipal de Lucena 6,000
Melilla 1976 Melilla Álvarez Claro 12,000
Poli Ejido 1969 El Ejido, Andalusia Municipal Santo Domingo 7,800
Puertollano 1948 Puertollano, Castile-La Mancha Francisco Sánchez Menor
Ciudad de Puertollano
7,500
8,000
Real Jaén 1922 Jaén, Andalusia Nuevo La Victoria 12,000
Real Murcia 1908 Murcia, Region of Murcia Nueva Condomina 33,000
Roquetas 1933 Roquetas de Mar, Andalusia Antonio Peroles 9,000
San Roque 1956 Lepe, Andalusia Municipal de Lepe 3,500
Sevilla Atlético 1958 Seville, Andalusia Ciudad Deportiva 7,000
Unión Estepona 1995 Estepona, Andalusia Francisco Muñoz Pérez 4,500
Yeclano 2004 Yecla, Region of Murcia La Constitución 4,000

League table[edit]

Play-off for promotion Copa del Rey Relegation play-off Relegated
Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Real Murcia (C) (P) 38 24 10 4 68 21 +47 82
2 Sevilla Atlético 38 21 11 6 82 40 +42 74
3 Melilla 38 21 9 8 53 28 +25 72
4 Cádiz 38 21 6 11 61 37 +24 69
5 San Roque 38 18 9 11 42 35 +7 63
6 Ceuta 38 16 12 10 52 42 +10 60
7 Roquetas 38 16 11 11 48 36 +12 59
8 Real Jaén 38 14 14 10 39 29 +10 56
9 Écija 38 15 9 14 41 45 -4 54
10 Lucena 38 14 10 14 42 40 +2 52
11 Caravaca11 38 13 10 15 41 40 +1 49
12 Puertollano 38 12 12 14 40 50 -10 48
13 Almería B 38 12 10 16 38 46 -8 46
14 Poli Ejido 38 11 11 16 41 51 -10 44
15 Lorca Atlético 38 12 7 19 37 55 -18 43
16 Betis B 38 10 12 16 36 45 -9 42
17 Alcalá (R) 38 11 7 20 30 51 -21 40
18 Unión Estepona (R) 38 8 16 14 37 45 -8 40
19 Yeclano (R) 38 5 12 21 28 63 -35 27
20 Jumilla (D)12/13 38 5 4 29 16 72 -56 16
  • 12 Jumilla was deducted 3 points for not having a minimum of four professional players in their squad after one of their players' transfer (Jesús Limones) to Ceuta.
  • 13 Jumilla was dissolved after the end of the season.

Pld = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; GF = Goals for; GA = Goals against; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points; (C) = Champion; (R) = Relegated; (Q) = Play off; (P) = Promoted through playoff
Rules for classification: 1st points; 2nd head-to-head; 3rd goal difference; 4th goals scored

Top goalscorers[edit]

Last updated May 15, 2011

Goalscorers Goals Team
Spain Rodri Ríos
19
Sevilla Atlético
Spain Chando Torres
17
Real Murcia
Spain Luis Alberto Romero
15
Sevilla Atlético
Spain Pedro Sánchez
13
Real Murcia
Spain Javi Navarro
12
Ceuta

Top goalkeepers[edit]

Last updated May 15, 2011

Goalkeeper Goals Matches Average Team
Spain Alberto Cifuentes
20
37
0.54
Real Murcia
Spain Álvaro Campos
20
27
0.74
Cádiz
Spain Pedro Dorronsoro
28
37
0.76
Melilla
Spain Pau Torres
31
35
0.89
San Roque
Spain Manolo Rodríguez
34
34
1
Caravaca