División de Honor B de Rugby

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División de Honor B
Current season or competition:
2013–14 División de Honor B de Rugby
Sport Rugby union
Instituted 1998
Number of teams Three groups of 8/9 teams
Country  Spain (FER)
Current champions FC Barcelona (Group 1) (2013–14)
Sant Cugat (Group 2) (2013–14)
Website ferugby.com

División de Honor B is the second Spanish league competition for rugby union clubs. The league began in 1998 and consists of three groups (North, East and South) of 8 or 9 teams each. Top two teams of each group play promotion playoffs.

Competition[edit]

Format[edit]

It's similar to División de Honor. The División de Honor "B" season takes place between October and April, with every team playing each other home and away for a total of 16 matches. Points are awarded according to the following:

  • 4 points for a win
  • 2 points for a draw
  • 1 bonus point is awarded to a team scoring 4 tries or more in a match
  • 1 bonus point is awarded to a team that loses a match by 7 points or fewer

Promotion and relegation[edit]

The regular season runs through 16 matchdays. Upon completion the regular season, the two top teams of each group play a promotion playoff consisting of a group stage with the two top teams playing a playoff being promoted to División de Honor the winner team, while the loser team play a extra-playoff against the team qualified 11th in División de Honor. Teams in 9th & 10th standings play the relegation playoff to Primera Nacional.

2014–15 season teams[edit]

Group A[edit]

División de Honor B de Rugby is located in Spain
Bera Bera
Bera Bera
Uribealdea
Uribealdea
Eibar
Eibar
Zarautz
Zarautz
CRAT Univ. da Coruña
CRAT Univ. da Coruña
Real Oviedo
Real Oviedo
Durango
Durango
Burgos
Burgos
Belenos
Belenos
VRACEl Salvador
VRAC
El Salvador
Bathco
Bathco
2014–15 group A teams
  • Teams from northern part of Spain
Team Stadium City/Area Website 2013–14
AVK Bera Bera Miniestadio de Anoeta San Sebastián [1] 1st
Uribealdea Atxurizubi Mungia [2] 2nd
Hierros Anetxe Eibar Unbe Eibar [3] 3rd
Babyauto Zarautz Asti Zarautz [4] 4th
CRAT Univ. da Coruña Acea da Ma A Coruña [5] 5th
Real Oviedo Rugby El Naranco Oviedo [6] 6th
Durango Arripausueta Durango [7] 7th
Oxigar Belenos Muro de Zaro Avilés [8] P
Aparejadores Burgos San Amaro Burgos [9] P
VRAC Quesos Entrepinares B Pepe Rojo Valladolid [10] P
Bathco Rugby B Mies de Cozada Santander [11] P
Hermi El Salvador B Pepe Rojo Valladolid [12] P

Group B[edit]

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Sant Cugat
Sant Cugat
La Vila
La Vila
CAU Valencia
CAU Valencia
Les AbellesTecnidex Valencia
Les Abelles
Tecnidex Valencia
L'Hospitalet
L'Hospitalet
Poble Nou
Poble Nou
BUC
BUC
Fénix
Fénix
Sitges
Sitges
2014–15 group B teams
  • Teams from eastern part of Spain
Team Stadium City/Area Website 2013–14
Sant Cugat La Guinardera Sant Cugat del Vallès [13] 2nd
La Vila El Pantano Villajoyosa [14] 3rd
CAU Valencia Campo del Río Turia Valencia [15] 4th
Les Abelles Quatre Carreres Valencia [16] 5th
Tecnidex Valencia Quatre Carreres Valencia [17] 6th
L'Hospitalet Feixa Llarga L'Hospitalet de Llobregat [18] 7th
Poble Nou-Enginyers Mar Bella Barcelona [19] 8th
BUC Barcelona La Foixarda Barcelona [20] 9th
Fénix Pinares de Venecia Zaragoza [21] P
Sitges Santa Bàrbara Sitges [22] P

Group C[edit]

División de Honor B de Rugby is located in Spain
Alcobendas
Alcobendas
CAU MadridArquitecturaCisneros BLiceo Francés
CAU Madrid
Arquitectura
Cisneros B
Liceo Francés
HelvetiaCiencias
Helvetia
Ciencias
Ingenieros
Ingenieros
Univ. Granada
Univ. Granada
Pozuelo
Pozuelo
Boadilla
Boadilla
CAR Cáceres
CAR Cáceres
2014–15 group C teams
  • Teams from southern part of Spain
Team Stadium City/Area Website 2013–14
Alcobendas Las Terrazas Alcobendas [23] 1st
CAU Madrid Orcasitas Madrid [24] 3rd
Helvetia La Cartuja Seville [25] 4th
Arquitectura Campo Central Madrid [26] 5th
Ingenieros Industriales El Cantizal Las Rozas [27] 6th
Liceo Francés Ramón Urtubi Madrid [28] 7th
Universidad de Granada Fuentenueva Granada [29] 8th
Ciencias Fundación Cajasol La Cartuja Seville [30] R
Olímpico Pozuelo Valle de las Cañas Pozuelo de Alarcón [31] P
Complutense Cisneros B Campo Central Madrid [32] P
Tasman Boadilla Complejo Deportivo Boadilla del Monte [33] P
CAR Cáceres El Cuartillo Cáceres [34] P

2013–14 season[edit]

Champions by season[edit]

Season Champion Region
1998–99 Arquitectura Community of Madrid
1999–2000 La Moraleja Alcobendas Community of Madrid
2000–01 CAU Valencia Valencian Community
2001–02 Valencia Valencian Community
2002–03 Getxo Basque Country (autonomous community)
2003–04 Ciencias Sevilla Andalusia
2004–05 Ordizia Basque Country (autonomous community)
= La Vila Valencian Community
2005–06 CR Cisneros Community of Madrid
= CRC Madrid Community of Madrid
2006–07 Alcobendas Community of Madrid
= Ciencias Sevilla Andalusia
2007–08 Liceo Francés Community of Madrid
= Les Abelles Valencian Community
Season Champion Region
2008–09 Gernika Basque Country (autonomous community)
= At. Portuense Andalusia
2009–10 Hernani Basque Country (autonomous community)
= Alcobendas Community of Madrid
2010–11 Getxo Basque Country (autonomous community)
= CRC Madrid Community of Madrid
2011–12 Hernani Basque Country (autonomous community)
= CRC Madrid Community of Madrid
2012–13 Bathco Independiente Cantabria
2013–14 FC Barcelona Catalonia

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