Liga ASOBAL 1990–91

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Liga ASOBAL
Season 1990–91

Liga ASOBAL 1990–91 was the first season of Liga ASOBAL. ASOBAL's governing body was established in May 18, 1990. The league was played in a two phases. In the first phase, a total of 16 teams were separate in two groups of eight teams. The first five of every groups passed to the second phase for the title. The last three passed to the second phase for the permanence in Liga ASOBAL.

First phase[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team P W D L G+ G- Dif Pts
1 Barcelona 14 13 0 1 395 302 93 26
2 Avidesa Alzira 14 12 0 2 380 319 61 24
3 Cacaolat Granollers 14 8 1 5 333 315 18 17
4 Xerox Arrate 14 7 0 7 296 290 6 14
5 Mepamsa San Antonio 14 5 0 9 305 358 –53 10
6 CajaPontevedra 14 4 1 9 318 340 –22 9
7 Plátano Canarias 14 4 0 10 286 356 –70 8
8 Ceset Naranco 14 2 0 12 277 313 –36 4
Second Round (title)
Second Round (permanence)

Group B[edit]

Team P W D L G+ G- Dif Pts
1 Atlético Madrid 14 12 0 2 338 249 89 26
2 Teka 14 11 2 1 356 285 71 24
3 Elgorriaga Bidasoa 14 8 2 4 313 286 27 17
4 Cajamadrid 14 7 1 6 343 327 16 14
5 Helados Alacant 14 6 0 8 343 371 –28 10
6 Puleva Maristas 14 5 0 9 299 339 –40 9
7 Michelin Valladolid 14 2 1 11 298 364 –66 8
8 Tenerife 3 Mayo 14 2 0 12 306 375 –69 4
Second Round (title)
Second Round (permanence)

Second phase[edit]

Group I[edit]

Team P W D L G+ G- Dif Pts
1 Barcelona 18 15 0 3 452 368 84 30
2 Teka 18 12 2 4 417 368 49 26
3 Atlético Madrid 18 12 1 5 391 368 23 25
4 Elgorriaga Bidasoa 18 11 2 5 411 390 21 24
5 Avidesa Alzira 18 7 3 8 428 423 5 17
6 Cajamadrid 18 6 2 10 413 439 –26 14
7 Cacaolat Granollers 18 6 2 10 428 465 –37 14
8 Mepamsa San Antonio 18 6 1 11 382 410 –28 13
9 Helados Alacant 18 4 2 12 388 418 –30 10
10 Xerox Arrate 18 3 1 14 362 423 –61 7
EHF Champions League
EHF Cup Winners' Cup
As Copa del Rey winner
EHF Cup
As Copa ASOBAL runner-up
1990–91 Liga ASOBAL winners
Catalonia
Barcelona
First title

Group II[edit]

Team P W D L G+ G- Dif Pts
1 CajaPontevedra 15 9 2 4 349 347 2 20
2 Puelva Maristas 15 9 1 5 345 303 42 19
3 Tenerife 3 Mayo 15 8 2 5 384 376 8 18
4 Michelin Valladolid 15 6 1 8 348 363 –15 13
5 Platano Canarias 15 6 1 8 340 354 –14 13
6 Ceset Naranco 15 3 1 11 312 335 –23 7
In–Out promotion
Relegated

In–Out promotion[edit]

1st leg[edit]

2nd leg[edit]

  • Tenerife 3 de Mayo & Michelin Valladolid remained in Liga ASOBAL.

Top goal scorers[edit]

Player Goals Team
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zoran Puzović 232 Cajamadrid
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zlatko Portner 207 Barcelona
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Veselin Vujović 198 Barcelona
Iceland Alfreð Gíslason 197 Elgorriaga Bidasoa
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Pero Milošević 174 Helados Alacant
Spain Iván Alemany 173 Avidesa Alzira
Poland Bogdan Wenta 170 Elgorriaga Bidasoa
Soviet Union Oleg Lvov 168 Mepamsa San Antonio
Spain Antonio Ortega 163 Puleva Maristas
Romania Vasile Stîngă 153 Avidesa Alzira