2011 Tercera División play-offs

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The 2011 Tercera División play-offs to Segunda División B from Tercera División (Promotion play-offs) were the final playoffs for the promotion from 2010–11 Tercera División to 2011–12 Segunda División B. The first four teams in each group (excluding reserve teams) took part in the play-off.

Format[edit]

The eighteen group winners had the opportunity to be promoted directly to Segunda División B. The eighteen group winners were drawn into a two-legged series where the nine winners promoted to Segunda División B. The nine losing clubs entered the play-off round for the last nine promotion spots.

The eighteen runners-up were drawn against one of the seventeen fourth-placed clubs outside their group and the eighteen third-placed clubs were drawn against one another in a two-legged series. The twenty-seven winners advanced with the nine losing clubs from the champions' series to determine the eighteen teams that entered the last two-legged series for the last nine promotion spots. In all the playoff series, the lower-ranked club played at home first. Whenever there was a tie in position (e.g. like the group winners in the champions' series or the third-placed teams in the first round), a draw determined the club to play at home first.

Teams for 2010–11 Play-Offs[edit]

  • All groups as 38 of 38 rounds.
  • The teams highlighted in yellow played the Play-Offs to Segunda División B.
  • The teams highlighted in red were relegated to Divisiones Regionales.
Teams - Group 1 (Galicia) [1] Pts
Cerceda 83
Racing de Ferrol 73
Ourense 67
Racing Villalbés 63
Pontevedra B 37
Santa Comba 35
Narón 31
Portonovo 22
Teams - Group 2 (Asturias) [2] Pts
Marino 84
Universidad de Oviedo 79
Langreo 77
Tuilla 75
Andés 37
Ribadesella 32
Praviano 21
Teams - Group 3 (Cantabria) [3] Pts
Noja 82
Rayo Cantabria 79
Racing B 78
Siete Villas 71
Solares 34
Santoña 24
Reocín (R)
Teams - Group 4 (Basque C.) [4] Pts
Amorebieta 81
Laudio 76
Sestao River 74
Durango 68
Santurtzi 38
Amurrio 32
Aurrerá de Vitoria 31

Teams - Group 5(Catalonia) [5] Pts
Llagostera 73
Montañesa 67
Pobla Mafumet 67
Reus Deportiu 65
Palamós 41
Ascó 29
Premiá 27
Teams - Group 6 (Valencian C.) [6] Pts
Valencia Mestalla 86
Olímpic Xàtiva 73
Novelda 68
La Nucía 66
Burjassot 40
Villajoyosa 37
Puçol 30
Teams - Group 7 (C. of Madrid) [7] Pts
Alcobendas Sport 75
Pozuelo Alarcón 65
Villaviciosa Odón 63
S.S. Reyes 63
S. Fernando Henares 47
Vallecas 36
Las Rozas 24
Coslada 21
Teams - Group 8 (C. and León) [8] Pts
Burgos 84
Villaralbo 83
Gimn. Segoviana 81
Arandina 78
Cultural Cebrereña 30
Santa Marta 29
Venta de Baños 25

Teams - Group 9 (E. Andalusia) [9] Pts
Comarca de Níjar 79
Alhaurín de la Torre 78
Loja 74
Atl. Malagueño 70
Casino del Real 34
Alhaurino 30
Adra (R)
Teams - Group 10 (W. Andalusia) [10] Pts
Linense 76
San Fernando 72
Pozoblanco 71
Mairena 63
Jerez Industrial 42
Peñarroya 34
Los Barrios 20
Teams - Group 11 (Balearic I.) [11] Pts
Manacor 79
Poblense 78
Constancia 78
Binissalem 76
Penya Arrabal 27
Norteño 27
Arenal 25
Teams - Group 12 (Canary I.) [12] Pts
Lanzarote 79
Las Palmas Atlético 78
Tenerife B 72
Granadilla 71
Or. Marítima 45
San Isidro 44
Guía 42
Realejos 23

Teams - Group 13 (Murcia) [13] Pts
Costa Cálida 86
Real Murcia B 84
Mar Menor 83
Cartagena La Unión 81
Puente Tocinos 33
Beniel 15
LD Olímpico (R)
Teams - Group 14(Extremadura) [14] Pts
Villanovense 93
Sp. Villanueva 92
Arroyo 70
Jerez 64
Santa Marta 35
Olivenza 30
Imperio 18
Teams - Group 15 (Navarre) [15] Pts
Tudelano 90
Izarra 83
Valle Egüés 67
Mutilvera 66
Lagun Artea 37
River Ega 27
Peña Azagresa 25
Teams - Group 16 (La Rioja) [16] Pts
Náxara 88
SD Logroñés 88
Anguiano 80
Haro 78
Cenicero 23
Aldeano 21
AF Calahorra 20

Teams - Group 17 (Aragon) [17] Pts
Andorra 84
Real Zaragoza B 79
Utebo 79
Binéfar 71
Altorricón 35
Pomar 35
Santa Isabel 28
Mallén 17
Teams - Group 18 (Castile-La Mancha) [18] Pts
Toledo 88
Albacete B 75
La Roda 75
Almansa 72
Chozas de Canales 34
Piedrabuena 16
U. Criptanense 12

Eliminatories[edit]

  • The regular season ended on 15 May 2011.
  • The draw of play-offs were held in the RFEF headquarters on 16 May at 17:00. (CEST+2).
  • The play-offs began on 21 May and will end on 26 June 2011.

1st eliminatory[edit]

For group champions only.

Times are UTC+02:00

Home Matches:
21 May 2011
Costa Cálida 2–2 Marino 18:00
Valencia Mestalla 1–0 Alcobendas Sport 18:00
Amorebieta 3–0 Manacor 18:00
Toledo 4–0 Náxara 19:00
Villanovense 2–0 Comarca de Níjar 19:00
22 May 2011
Tudelano 1–0 Linense 12:00
Lanzarote 2–1 Burgos 12:00
Andorra 1–0 Noja 17:30
Llagostera 2–0 Cerceda 18:00
Away Matches:
28 May 2011
Marino 3–0 Costa Cálida 17:30 — Agg: 5–2
Comarca de Níjar 1–0 Villanovense 17:30 — Agg: 1–2
29 May 2011
Alcobendas Sport 0–2 Valencia Mestalla 12:00 — Agg: 0–3
Burgos 4–0 Lanzarote 12:00 — Agg: 5–2
Manacor 0–1 Amorebieta 12:00 — Agg: 0–4
Náxara 1–1 Toledo 18:00 — Agg: 1–4
Cerceda 0–1 Llagostera 18:00 — Agg: 0–3
Noja 1–1 Andorra 18:00 — Agg: 1–2
Linense 4–0 Tudelano 19:00 — Agg: 4–1

1st eliminatory (2nd, 3rd and 4th of group)[edit]

For 2nd, 3rd and 4th of group only. 2nds played against 4ths and 3rds played against each other.

Times are UTC+02:00

Home Matches:
21 May 2011
Pobla Mafumet 1–0 Constancia 17:00
Binissalem 1–0 Sp. Villanueva 18:00
Racing Villalbés 2–1 Alhaurín de la Torre 18:00
Valle Egüés 0–0 Racing B 18:00
Arandina 2–1 Albacete B 18:30
Arroyo 1–2 Gimn. Segoviana 19:00
Binéfar 1–0 Racing de Ferrol 19:00
La Nucía 1–0 Laudio 19:00
Novelda 0–0 Anguiano 20:00
22 May 2011
Atl. Malagueño 0–2 Olímpic Xàtiva 11:30
Granadilla 0–1 SD Logroñés 12:00
S.S. Reyes 4–1 Villaralbo 12:00
Mairena 2–0 Real Zaragoza B 12:00
Mutilvera 3–1 Poblense 12:00
Tenerife B 0–1 Sestao River 12:00
Tuilla 0–2 Las Palmas At. 17:00
Siete Villas 1–1 Pozuelo Alarcón 17:00
Reus Deportiu 1–1 Univ. Oviedo 18:00
Cartagena La Unión 1–1 Montañesa 18:00
Ourense 2–0 Villaviciosa Odón 18:00
Durango 2–1 Rayo Cantabria 18:30
Pozoblanco 2–2 Utebo 19:00
Jerez 0–1 San Fernando 19:00
Mar Menor 0–0 Loja 19:00
Haro 1–2 Izarra 19:00
Almansa 1–1 Real Murcia B 19:00
Langreo 0–0 La Roda 19:30
Away Matches:
28 May 2011
Sestao River 2–0 Tenerife B 16:00 — Agg: 3–0
Sp. Villanueva 5–2 Binissalem 18:00 — Agg: 5–3
Poblense 1–1 Mutilvera 18:00 — Agg: 2–4
Racing B 2–1 Valle Egüés 18:00 — Agg: 2–1
Anguiano 2–0 Novelda 18:00 — Agg: 2–0
Albacete B 2–1 Arandina 18:00 — Agg: 3–3 // Pen: 1–4
Laudio 2–1 La Nucía 18:30 — Agg: 2–2 (a)
29 May 2011
SD Logroñés 1–1 Granadilla 11:30 — Agg: 2–1
Real Murcia B 0–1 Almansa 11:30 — Agg: 1–2
Pozuelo Alarcón 3–0 Siete Villas 12:00 — Agg: 4–1
Univ. Oviedo 2–2 Reus Deportiu 12:00 — Agg: 3–3 (a)
Las Palmas At. 2–0 Tuilla 12:00 — Agg: 4–0
Rayo Cantabria 2–1 Durango 12:00 — Agg: 3–3 // Pen: 4–2
Real Zaragoza B 1–1 Mairena 12:00 — Agg: 1–3
Constancia 3–0 Pobla Mafumet[1] 17:00 — Agg: 3–1
Montañesa 1–0 Cartagena La Unión 18:00 — Agg: 2–1
Racing de Ferrol 2–0 Binéfar 18:00 — Agg: 2–1
Villaralbo 0–2 S.S. Reyes 18:00 — Agg: 1–6
Olímpic Xàtiva 2–1 Atl. Malagueño 18:00 — Agg: 4–1
Alhaurín de la Torre 1–0 Racing Villalbés 18:00 — Agg: 2–2 (a)
Izarra 2–0 Haro 18:00 — Agg: 4–1
Utebo 0–1 Pozoblanco 18:00 — Agg: 2–3
Villaviciosa Odón 3–0 Ourense 18:00 — Agg: 3–2
La Roda 2–0 Langreo 18:00 — Agg: 2–0
Gimn. Segoviana 0–0 Arroyo 18:00 — Agg: 2–1
San Fernando 3–1 Jerez 20:00 — Agg: 4–1
Loja 1–0 Mar Menor 21:00 — Agg: 1–0

2nd eliminatory[edit]

Winners of 1st eliminatory (2nd, 3rd and 4th of group) (27 teams) and losers of 1st eliminatory (1st of group) (9 teams).

Times are UTC+02:00

Home Matches:
4 June 2011
Gimn. Segoviana 2–0 Noja 18:00
Racing B 1–2 Sp. Villanueva 18:00
Arandina 0–0 Costa Cálida 18:30
La Nucía 1–1 Comarca de Níjar 19:30
Sestao River 1–0 Las Palmas At. 19:30
5 June 2011
Mutilvera 0–0 Manacor 11:30
Constancia 1–1 Alhaurín de la Torre 12:00
Mairena 1–3 Alcobendas Sport 12:00
Rayo Cantabria 1–0 Montañesa 12:00
S.S. Reyes 3–1 Cerceda 13:00
Anguiano 0–1 Olímpic Xàtiva 18:00
Izarra 2–1 Racing de Ferrol 18:00
Reus Deportiu 6–0 Náxara 18:00
Villaviciosa Odón 1–1 SD Logroñés 18:00
Almansa 2–0 Lanzarote 19:00
Pozoblanco 0–0 Tudelano 19:00
La Roda 1–0 Pozuelo Alarcón 19:30
Loja 3–2 San Fernando 21:00
Away Matches:
11 June 2011
Las Palmas At. 3–2 Sestao River 13:00 — Agg: 3–3 (a)
Manacor 2–1 Mutilvera 16:00 — Agg: 2–1
Racing de Ferrol 1–1 Izarra 18:00 — Agg: 1–2
Sp. Villanueva 0–1 Racing B 18:00 — Agg: 2–2 (a)
Comarca de Níjar 0–0 La Nucía 19:30 — Agg: 1–1 (a)
12 June 2011
Alcobendas Sport 0–1 Mairena 12:00 — Agg: 3–2
Alhaurín de la Torre 1–0 Constancia 12:00 — Agg: 2–1
Costa Cálida 0–2 Arandina 12:00 — Agg: 0–2
Lanzarote 2–1 Almansa 12:00 — Agg: 2–3
Pozuelo Alarcón 2–1 La Roda 12:00 — Agg: 2–2 (a)
Tudelano 2–0 Pozoblanco 12:00 — Agg: 2–0
Cerceda 1–0 S.S. Reyes 18:00 — Agg: 2–3
Montañesa 1–0 Rayo Cantabria 18:00 — Agg: 1–1 // Pen: 3–1
Náxara 0–2 Reus Deportiu 18:00 — Agg: 0–8
Noja 4–2 Gimn. Segoviana 18:00 — Agg: 4–4 (a)
Olímpic Xàtiva 1–1 Anguiano 18:00 — Agg: 2–1
SD Logroñés 2–1 Villaviciosa Odón 18:00 — Agg: 3–2
San Fernando 4–0 Loja 20:00 — Agg: 6–3

3rd eliminatory[edit]

Winners of 2nd eliminatory.

Times are UTC+02:00

Home Matches:
18 June 2010
Gimn. Segoviana 0–1 SD Logroñés 18:00
La Roda 3–0 San Fernando 18:00
Arandina 1–0 Alcobendas Sport 19:00
Almansa 2–1 Manacor 20:00
19 June 2010
S.S. Reyes 2–1 Tudelano 12:00
Izarra 1–2 Olímpic Xàtiva 18:00
Reus Deportiu 2–0 Comarca de Níjar 18:00
Sestao River 2–1 Montañesa 18:00
Alhaurín de la Torre 0–2 Sp. Villanueva 20:00
Away Matches:
25 June 2010
Comarca de Níjar 0–1 Reus Deportiu 17:00 — Agg: 0–3
Olímpic Xàtiva 2–0 Izarra 18:00 — Agg: 4–1
Manacor 1–0 Almansa 18:30 — Agg: 2–2 (a)
Sp. Villanueva 1–1 Alhaurín de la Torre 19:00 — Agg: 3–1
26 June 2010
Alcobendas Sport 1–2 Arandina 12:00 — Agg: 1–3
Tudelano 0–1 S.S. Reyes 12:00 — Agg: 1–3
Montañesa 2–2 Sestao River 18:00 — Agg: 3–4
SD Logroñés 0–3 Gimn. Segoviana 18:30 — Agg: 1–3
San Fernando 0–1 La Roda 21:00 — Agg: 0–4

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Due to an illegal line-up by Pobla Mafumet in the first leg, Constancia automatically qualified to the next round.

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