Segunda División B

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Segunda División B
Country  Spain
Founded 1928-29 (one season alone)
1977 (onwards)
Divisions 4
Number of teams 4 groups of 20 teams each (80)
Level on pyramid 3
Promotion to Segunda División
Relegation to Tercera División
Domestic cup(s) Copa del Rey
Copa Federación
Current champions Albacete
(2013–14)
TV partners ETB 1, laOtra, tvG2, Fútbol Asturiano
IB3, Marca TV, TV Melilla
Real Madrid TV, SFC TV
Website Official website
2014–15 season

Segunda División B is the third level of the Spanish football league system. It is administered by the RFEF. It is below the top two levels of the league, the Primera División (also known as La Liga) and the Segunda División, and above the Tercera División. The Segunda División B includes the reserve teams of several La Liga and Segunda División teams.

History[edit]

The term Segunda División B was first used in 1929. It was used to designate a third level of teams after the Primera División and a Segunda División A. This division featured 10 teams and at the end of the season Cultural y Deportiva Leonesa were crowned champions. However the 1929–30 season saw the first of many reorganisations of the Spanish football league system and the original Segunda División B was replaced by the Tercera División. At the start of the 1977–78 season the Segunda División B was revived, replacing the Tercera División as the third level. Initially the division consisted of only two groups. The 1986–87 season was played as a single group of 22 teams. It was changed the next year, with 80 teams in four groups from the 1987–88 season.

Historical classification[edit]

The classification will be updated at the end of each season.

  • Correct as end of the 2013–14 season.
  • Bold indicates playing in this level at the 2014–15 season.
  • (†) indicates defunct teams.
Pos Team Seasons Winners
1. Pontevedra 30 2
2. Cultural Leonesa 30 2
3. Osasuna B 29 0
4. Barakaldo 29 3
4. Real Jaén 28 2
6. Real Sociedad B 28 0
7. Melilla 27 1
7. L'Hospitalet 27 1
9. Atlético Madrid B 26 3
9. Sevilla Atlético 26 2
11. Bilbao Athletic 25 2
11. Sporting Gijón B 25 2
13. Gimnàstic Tarragona 24 1
14. Ourense (†) 24 0
15. Lugo 23 1
Pos Team Seasons Winners
16. Alcoyano 23 1
17. Zamora 23 0
18. Granada 22 3
19. Real Zaragoza B 22 0
20. Racing Ferrol 21 2
20. Real Unión 21 2
22. Betis B 21 0
23. Córdoba 20 2
24. Gimnástica Torrelavega 20 1
24. Écija 20 1
26. Lemona (†) 20 0
26. Alcalá 20 0
28. Lleida (†) 19 2
29. Talavera (†) 19 0
29. Benidorm (†) 19 0
Pos Team Seasons Winners
31. FC Barcelona B 18 4
32. Ponferradina 18 3
33. Sant Andreu 18 2
33. Gramenet 18 2
35. Badajoz (†) 18 1
36. Terrassa 18 0
36. Valencia Mestalla 18 0
38. Sabadell 17 2
38. Xerez 17 2
40. Figueres 17 1
40. Real Avilés 17 1
42. Huesca 17 0
42. Andorra 17 0
42. Linense 17 0
45. Mallorca B 16 0

Current format[edit]

Segunda División B currently features 80 teams divided into 4 groups of 20. The top four teams from each group, 16 teams in total, qualify for play-offs to determine which four teams will replace the four teams relegated from the Segunda División. However reserve teams are only eligible for promotion to the Segunda División if their senior team is in the Primera División. The top five teams from each group and best two teams regardless of group outside the previous twenty, excluding reserve teams, also qualify for the following seasons Copa del Rey. The bottom four teams in each league are relegated to the Tercera División. Also, the four 16th-placed teams enter into a relegation playoff to determine the two teams to be relegated. One team is paired with one of the others in home and away series. the two winners remain in the division while the losers are relegated. A reserve team can also be relegated if their senior team is relegated from the Segunda División. Along with teams from the Tercera División, teams from the division also compete in the Copa Federación.

Since the 2008-09 season, the four group winners had the opportunity to be promoted directly and be named the overall Segunda División B champion. The four group winners are drawn into a two-legged series where the two winners are promoted to the Segunda División and enter into the final for the Segunda División B championship. The two losing semifinalists enter the playoff round for the last two promotion spots.

The four group runners-up are drawn against one of the three fourth-placed teams outside their group while the four third-placed teams are drawn against one another in a two-legged series. The six winners advance with the two losing semifinalists to determine the four teams that will enter the last two-legged series for the last two promotion spots. In all the playoff series, the lower-ranked club plays at home first. Whenever the is a tie in position (like the group winners in the Semifinal Round and Final or the third-placed teams in the first round), a draw will determine the club to play at home first.

Groups[edit]

Below are listed the member clubs of the Segunda División B for the 2014–15 Segunda División B season.

Group I Group II Group III Group IV

Champions[edit]

Year by year[edit]

Since 2009, the two winners of the Group Winners Promotion Playoff play the final to decide the Segunda División B champion. In bold, champions which promoted to Segunda División.

Year Group I Group II Group III Group IV Other promoted teams
1929 Cultural Leonesa None None None Murcia
1977–78 Racing Ferrol Almería None None Algeciras, Castilla
1978–79 Palencia Levante None None Gimnàstic, Oviedo
1979–80 Barakaldo Linares None None Ceuta, Atlético Madrileño
1980–81 Celta Mallorca None None Córdoba, Deportivo
1981–82 Barcelona B Xerez None None Cartagena, Palencia
1982–83 Athletic B Granada None None Algeciras, Tenerife
1983–84 Sabadell Lorca None None Calvo Sotelo, Logroñés
1984–85 Sestao Rayo Vallecano None None Albacete, Deportivo Aragón
1985–86 Figueres Xerez None None None
1986–87 Tenerife None None None Lleida, Granada, Real Burgos
1987–88 Eibar CFJ Mollerussa Salamanca Alzira None
1988–89 Athletic B Palamós Atlético B Levante None
1989–90 Real Avilés Lleida Albacete Orihuela None
1990–91 Real Madrid B Racing Santander Badajoz Barcelona B[1] Compostela, Mérida
1991–92 Salamanca Sant Andreu Cartagena Marbella Badajoz, Lugo, Villarreal
1992–93 Leganés Alavés Murcia Las Palmas Hércules, Toledo
1993–94 Salamanca Alavés Gramenet Extremadura Getafe, Ourense
1994–95 Racing Ferrol Alavés Levante Córdoba Almería, Écija, Sestao
1995–96 Las Palmas Sporting B Levante Jaén Atlético Madrid B, Ourense
1996–97 Sporting B Aurrerá Gimnàstic Córdoba Elche, Jaén, Numancia, Xerez
1997–98 Cacereño Barakaldo Barcelona B Málaga Mallorca B, Recreativo de Huelva
1998–99 Getafe Cultural Leonesa Levante Melilla Córdoba, Elche
1999-00 Universidad LPGC Gimnástica Gandía Granada Jaén, Murcia, Racing de Ferrol
2000–01 Atlético B Burgos Gramenet Cádiz Gimnàstic, Ejido, Xerez
2001–02 Barakaldo Barcelona B Real Madrid B Motril Almería, Compostela, Getafe, Terrassa
2002–03 Universidad LPGC Real Unión Castellón Algeciras Cádiz, Ciudad de Murcia, Málaga B
2003–04 Pontevedra Atlético B Lleida Lanzarote Gimnàstic, Racing de Ferrol
2004–05 Real Madrid B Ponferradina Alicante Sevilla B Castellón, Lorca, Real Madrid B
2005–06 Universidad LPGC Salamanca Badalona Cartagena Las Palmas, Ponferradina, Vecindario
2006–07 Pontevedra Eibar Alicante Sevilla Atlético Córdoba, Racing de Ferrol
2007–08 Rayo Vallecano Ponferradina Girona Écija Alicante, Huesca
2008–09 Real Unión Cartagena Alcoyano Cádiz Villarreal B
2009–10 Ponferradina Alcorcón Sant Andreu Granada Barcelona B
2010–11 Lugo Eibar Sabadell Real Murcia Alcoyano, Guadalajara
2011–12 Real Madrid Castilla Mirandés Atlético Baleares Cádiz Lugo, Ponferradina
2012–13 Tenerife Alavés L'Hospitalet Jaén Eibar
2013–14 Racing Santander Sestao River Llagostera Albacete Leganés

Top scorers[edit]

Season Top scorer Club Goals
1995–96 Spain Estefan Julià Sant Andreu 23
1996–97 Spain Iván Rosado Recreativo 25
1997–98 Spain Quini Talavera 26
1998–99 Spain Changui Pontevedra 21
1999–2000 Spain Chili Gimnástica 31
2000–01 Spain Quico Rey Ourense 22
Spain Egoitz Sukia Beasain
2001–02 Nigeria Haruna Babangida Barcelona B 23
Spain David Prats Mataró
2002–03 Spain Kiko Lacasa Alavés B 22
2003–04 Spain Paulino Martínez Cultural Leonesa 21
2004–05 Spain Kepa Blanco Sevilla Atlético 23
2005–06 Spain Iñigo Díaz de Cerio Real Sociedad B 24
2006–07 Brazil Yuri de Souza Pontevedra 24
Spain Javi Moreno Córdoba
2007–08 Argentina Luciano Becchio Mérida 22
2008–09 United Arab Emirates Tariq Spezie Puertollano 24
2009–10 Spain Airam López Tenerife B 27
2010–11 Spain Mikel Arruabarrena Leganés 21
2011–12 Spain Jesús Perera Atlético Baleares 23
2012–13 Spain Aridane Santana Tenerife 25
2013–14 Spain Joselu Gómez Compostela 30

See also[edit]

References and notes[edit]

  1. ^ Promoted after the administrative relegation to Segunda B of Orihuela

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