Liga ASOBAL 2011–12

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Liga ASOBAL
Season 2011–12
Champions FC Barcelona Intersport
Relegated Maygar Antequera & Alser Puerto Sagunto
EHF Champions League FC Barcelona Intersport, Atlético Madrid & Reale Ademar Léon
EHF Cup Cuatro Rayas Valladolid & Caja3 Aragón
Matches played 240
Goals scored 13534 (56.39 per match)
Top goalscorer Jorge Luis Paván, 182
Biggest home win FC Barcelona Intersport 44–22 Antequera
Biggest away win Quabit Guadalajara 23–39 Atlético Madrid
Highest scoring Naturhouse La Rioja 38–34 Huesca

The Liga ASOBAL 2011–12 was the 22nd season since its establishment. Barcelona Intersport are the defending champions. The campaign began on Friday, 9 September 2011. The last matchday was played on Saturday, 2 June 2012. A total of 16 teams contested the league, 14 of which had already contested in the 2010–11 season, and two of which were promoted from the División de Plata 2010–11.

Barcelona Borges won their eleventh ASOBAL title.

Promotion and relegation[edit]

Teams promoted from 2010–11 División de Plata

Teams relegated to 2011–12 División de Plata

Teams dissolved

Teams[edit]

Team Location Arena Capacity
Atlético Madrid Madrid Vistalegre 15,000
Antequera Antequera Fernando Argüelles 2,575
Anaitasuna Pamplona Anaitasuna 3,000
Aragón Zaragoza Príncipe Felipe 12,000
Barcelona Barcelona Palau Blaugrana 8,250
Ciudad Encantada Cuenca El Sargal 1,900
Granollers Granollers Palau D'Esports 6,500
Huesca Huesca Palacio de Deportes 5,000
Puerto Sagunto Sagunto Pabellón Municipal 1,500
Naturhouse La Rioja Logroño Palacio de los Deportes 3,851
Quabit Guadalajara Guadalajara Multiusos de Guadalajara 5,894
Valladolid Valladolid Huerta del Rey 3,500
San Antonio Pamplona Pabellón Universitario 3,000
Ademar León León, Spain Palacio Municipal 6,000
Academia Octavio Vigo As Travesas 5,000
Torrevieja Torrevieja Palacio de los Deportes 4,500

League table[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA Diff Pts
1 Barcelona 30 29 0 1 1012 752 260 58
2 Atlético Madrid 30 28 1 1 1047 771 276 57
3 Ademar León 30 20 4 6 906 796 110 44
4 Valladolid 30 20 3 7 855 779 76 43
5 Aragón 30 16 0 14 882 861 21 32
6 Ciudad Encantada 30 15 1 14 808 874 −66 31
7 Naturhouse La Rioja 30 12 4 13 820 837 −17 28
8 Fraikin Granollers 30 10 6 14 785 802 −17 26
9 Torrevieja 30 12 1 16 819 842 −23 25
10 AMAYA Sport S.A. 30 10 4 16 864 888 −24 24
11 Huesca 30 9 4 17 827 914 −87 22
12 Helvetia Anaitasuna 30 8 6 16 781 881 −100 22
13 Academia Octavio 30 7 6 17 800 893 −93 20
14 Quabit Guadalajara 30 7 4 19 787 871 −84 18
15 Maygar Antequera 30 7 3 20 783 892 −109 17
16 Alser Puerto Sagunto 30 3 5 22 758 881 −123 11
EHF Champions League
EHF Cup
Relegated to División de Plata
  • Cuatro Rayas Valladolid declined to play in EHF Cup due to financial reasons.[1]
  • San Antonio gave up to play in Liga ASOBAL due to financial reasons.[2]
  • Torrevieja gave up to play in Liga ASOBAL due to financial reasons.[3]
  • Alser Puerto Sagunto, although was finished in 16th position on standings and was relegated, their status as Liga ASOBAL team was re-established due to vacant seats.[4]
Main article: EHF coefficient rank
2011–12 Liga ASOBAL winners
Catalonia
Barcelona Borges
Eleventh title

Statistics[edit]

Top goalscorers[edit]

Rank Name Team Goals GP GPG
1 Cuba Jorge Paván Ciudad Encantada 182 29 6.28
2 Republic of Macedonia Kiril Lazarov Atlético Madrid 155 29 5.34
3 Spain Ángel Pérez Ciudad Encantada 148 29 5.10
4 Slovakia Martin Straňovský Reale Ademar León 144 28 5.14
5 Belarus Siarhei Rutenka FC Barcelona Intersport 136 27 5.04

Top goalkeepers[edit]

Rank Name Team Saves Shots %
1 Spain José Manuel Sierra Cuatro Rayas Valladolid 392 1016 38.58%
2 Sweden Richard Kappelin Ciudad Encantada 331 977 33.88%
3 Serbia Dimitrije Pejanović Torrevieja 312 894 34.90%
4 Spain Javier Díaz Academia Octavio 302 1052 28.71%
5 Spain Gonzalo Pérez Fraikin Granollers 297 917 32.39%

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]