División de Plata de Balonmano 2012–13

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División de Plata
Season 2012–13
Champions FC Barcelona B
Relegated None
Matches played 132
Goals scored 7097 (53.77 per match)
Top goalscorer Adrián Figueras, 160 goals
Biggest home win BM Alcobendas 36–20 CB Pozoblanco
Biggest away win Amenabar Zarautz 17–32 Juanfersa Gijón
Highest scoring FC Barcelona B 44–37 Torrelavega

The 212–13 season of the División de Plata de Balonmano is the 24th season of second-tier handball in Spain.

Regular season started on October 2012 and finished in late April. After completing 22 matchdays, top team is promoted to Liga ASOBAL, and teams qualified 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th play the promotion playoff.

As the champion team was FC Barcelona B, a reserve team, therefore unable to promote, Juanfersa Gijón was automatically promoted.

Ángel Ximénez will play in Liga ASOBAL 2013–14 by winning the promotion playoff's after defeating host team Bidasoa Irún in the final 26–28.[1]

Promotion and relegation[edit]

Once finished 2012–13 regular season.

Teams promoted to Liga ASOBAL 2013–14

Teams relegated to 2013–14 Primera Nacional

  • None

Teams[edit]

División de Plata de Balonmano 2012–13 is located in Spain
Barcelona
Barcelona
Adelma Sinfín
Adelma Sinfín
Gijón Jovellanos
Gijón Jovellanos
Ángel Ximénez
Ángel Ximénez
Alcobendas
Alcobendas
Torrelavega
Torrelavega
Teucro
Teucro
Pozoblanco
Pozoblanco
Location of teams in División de Plata 2012–13
Basque Country
Amenabar Zarautz
Amenabar Zarautz
Calmec Barakaldo
Calmec Barakaldo
Bidasoa
Bidasoa
Ereintza Aguaplast
Ereintza Aguaplast
Location of Basque teams in División de Plata 2012–13
Team Location Stadium Capacity
Adelma Sinfín Santander La Albericia 4,000
Alcobendas Alcobendas Los Sueños 1,000
Amenabar Zarautz Zarautz Polideportivo Municipal 3,000
Ángel Ximénez Puente Genil Alcalde Miguel Salas 600
Bidasoa Irún Irún Artaleku 2,686
Calmec Barakaldo Barakaldo Lasesarre 2,576
Ereintza Aguaplast Errenteria Galtzaraborda 1,000
FC Barcelona B Barcelona Palau Blaugrana 7,500
Juanfersa Gijón Gijón La Arena 2,500
Pozoblanco Pozoblanco Juan Sepúlveda 1,500
Teucro Pontevedra Pavillón Municipal 4,000
Torrelavega Torrelavega Vicente Trueba 5,375

Regular season standings[edit]

[2]

Team P W D L G+ G- GD Pts
1 FC Barcelona B 22 16 3 3 687 597 90 35
2 Juanfersa Gijón 22 16 2 4 605 526 79 34
3 Bidasoa Irún 22 14 1 7 620 593 27 29
4 Ángel Ximénez 22 13 3 6 566 523 43 29
5 Alcobendas 22 11 4 7 610 584 26 26
6 Teucro 22 12 1 9 617 577 40 25
7 Torrelavega 22 10 3 9 626 607 19 23
8 Adelma Sinfín 22 9 4 9 580 589 −9 22
9 Pozoblanco 22 6 1 15 528 613 −85 13
10 Calmec Barakaldo 22 5 1 16 566 628 −62 11
11 Amenabar Zarautz 22 4 2 16 559 632 −73 10
12 Ereintza Aguaplast 22 3 1 18 533 628 −95 7

FC Barcelona B can't play promotion playoff due its reserve team status.

Promoted
Promotion playoffs
Relegated

Promotion playoffs[edit]

Winner of Final will be promoted to Liga ASOBAL for 2013–14 season.

Bracket[edit]

Semi-finals Final
11 May - Hondartza
 Bidasoa Irún  24  
 Teucro  20  
 
12 May - Artaleku
     Bidasoa Irún  26
   Ángel Ximénez  28
Third place
11 May - Hondartza 12 May - Artaleku
 Ángel Ximénez  29  Teucro  34
 Alcobendas  27    Alcobendas  33


Promoted to Liga ASOBAL
Ángel Ximénez
(First time ever)

Semifinals[edit]

11 May
17:00 (UTC+2)
Bidasoa Irún 24–20 Teucro Polideportivo Hondartza, Hondarribia
Attendance: 800
Referees: Miranda Bedate, San Pedro Colorado
Crowley 8 (10–7) Rial 7
Suspension Report Suspension
11 May
19:30 (UTC+2)
Ángel Ximénez 29–27 Alcobendas Polideportivo Hondartza, Hondarribia
Attendance: 200
Referees: Bohigas Estela, Castañer Girbes
de la Sierra 7 (14–12) Beret 7
Suspension Report

Third place[edit]

12 May
10:00 (UTC+2)
Teucro 34–33 Alcobendas Polideportivo Artaleku, Irun
Attendance: 250
Referees: Bohigas Estela, Castañer Girbes
Rial 9 (15–14) Márquez 8
Suspension Report 10×Suspension

Final[edit]

12 May
12:30 (UTC+2)
Bidasoa Irún 26–28 Ángel Ximénez Polideportivo Artaleku, Irun
Attendance: 1,800
Referees: Amigo Plaza, Espadas García
Renaud-David 14 (12–15) Pepe Pozo 5
Suspension Report Suspension

Top goal scorers[edit]

[3]

Player Goals Team
Spain Adrián Figueras 160 FC Barcelona B
Spain Jon Ortuondo 142 Calmec Barakaldo
France Leo Renaud-David 119 Bidasoa Irún
Spain Ángel Fernández 118 Torrelavega
Spain "Toño" Fernández 118 Teucro
Spain Marc García 112 FC Barcelona B
Spain Erik Balenciaga 111 Amenabar Zarautz
Spain Alberto Requena 105 Pozoblanco
Spain José Manuel Herrero 103 Adelma Sinfín
Spain César Beret 102 Alcobendas

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