2010–11 Tercera División

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Tercera División
Season 2010–11
Promoted Marino de Luanco
Villanovense
Valencia Mestalla
Burgos
Amorebieta
Toledo
Llagostera
Andorra
Linense
Reus Deportiu
Olímpic Xàtiva
Manacor
Sp. Villanueva
Arandina
S.S. Reyes
Sestao River
Gimn. Segoviana
La Roda

The Spanish 2010–11 Tercera División started on 27 August 2010 and the season ended on 26 June 2011 with the promotion play-off finals.

Overview[edit]

There were 360 clubs competing in Tercera División (Third division) in the 2010–11 season, divided into 18 regional groups, accommodating between 19 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: Marino de Luanco, Villanovense, Valencia Mestalla, Burgos, Amorebieta, Toledo, Llagostera, Andorra and Linense.

Non-champions Promotion Play-off[edit]

Promoted to Segunda División B:Reus Deportiu, Olímpic Xàtiva, Manacor, Sp. Villanueva, Arandina, S.S. Reyes, Sestao River, Gimn. Segoviana and La Roda.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Mesón do Bento resigned from Tercera División at the end of the season and thus relegated to Preferente Autonómica, so Cultural Areas was re-admitted to Tercera División..
  2. ^ Due to Pontevedra's relegation from Segunda División B to this group, the reserve team, Pontevedra B, was forced to relegate to Primeira Autonómica.
  3. ^ Team withdrawn from the competition and consequently relegated to Regional Preferente
  4. ^ Torrellano amalgamated with Huracán Valencia and promoted to Segunda División B after buying the vacant place left by the administrative relegation of Alicante to Tercera División
  5. ^ Team withdrawn from the competition and consequently relegated to 1ª Andaluza
  6. ^ Puerto Real was dissolved after the end of the season.
  7. ^ Los Palacios was dissolved after the end of the season.
  8. ^ Jerez Industrial was deducted 3 points due to their illegal line-up against Pozoblanco
  9. ^ Pájara Playas resigned from Tercera División at the end of the season and thus relegated to Preferente.
  10. ^ Huracán resigned from Tercera División at the end of the season and thus relegated to Preferente.
  11. ^ Teror resigned from Tercera División at the end of the season and relegated directly to Preferente.
  12. ^ Victoria resigned from Tercera División at the end of the season and thus relegated to Preferente.
  13. ^ Costa Cálida changed to UCAM Murcia after the end of the season
  14. ^ Cartagena La Unión was dissolved after the end of the season
  15. ^ La Hoya Deportiva was deducted 3 points due to their non-appearance in their match against Cieza
  16. ^ Moratalla was dissolved after the end of the season and its place was bought by Jumilla.
  17. ^ Calasparra was dissolved after the end of the season
  18. ^ Team withdrawn from the competition and consequently dissolved
  19. ^ Ardoi was forced to relegate to Preferente due to there not being any promotions from this group to Segunda División B.
  20. ^ Real Zaragoza B promoted to Segunda División B after buying the vacant place left by the administrative relegation of Cultural Leonesa to Tercera División.

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