Segunda División de Futsal

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Segunda División
Lnfs logo14.png
Country Spain
Confederation UEFA
Founded 1993
Number of teams 14 teams
Levels on pyramid 2
Promotion to Primera División
Relegation to Segunda División B
Domestic cup(s) Copa del Rey
International cup(s) None
Current champions Levante UD DM
(2013–14)
Website www.lnfs.es
2013–14

The Segunda División aka's División de Plata is the second professional futsal league in Spain; is within of the Liga Nacional de Futbol Sala. It was founded in the 1993–94 season with the current name. The División de Plata league, which also is played under UEFA rules, currently consists in one group of 14 teams, including teams like Futsal Cartagena, Segovia Futsal, O'Parrulo or ElPozo Ciudad de Murcia.

  • From 2011–12' season onwards, División de Plata will be known as Segunda División.[1]

The Liga Nacional de Futsal includes:

Liga championship rules[edit]

Each team of every division has to play with all the other teams of its division twice, once at home and the other at the opponent's stadium. This means that in Segunda División de Futsal the league ends after every team plays 30 matches.

Like many other leagues in continental Europe, the Segunda División de Futsal takes a winter break once each team has played half its schedule. One unusual feature of the league is that the two halves of the season are played in the same order—that is, the order of each team's first-half fixtures is repeated in the second half of the season, with the only difference being the stadiums used.

Each victory adds 3 points to the team in the league ranking. Each drawn adds 1 point.head-to-head. At the end of the league, the winner is:

  1. The team that has most points in the ranking.
  2. If two or more teams are level on points, the winner is the team that has the best results
  3. If there is no winner after applying the second rule, then the team with the best overall goal difference wins.

2014–15 season teams[edit]

Segunda División de Futsal is located in Spain
Elche
Elche
FC Barcelona B
FC Barcelona B
Plásticos Romero
Plásticos Romero
ElPozo C. Murcia
ElPozo C. Murcia
Brihuega
Brihuega
Melilla
Melilla
Segovia Futsal
Segovia Futsal
UMA Antequera
UMA Antequera
Hércules S.V.
Hércules S.V.
O'Parrulo
O'Parrulo
Valdepeñas
Valdepeñas
Zamora
Zamora
Sierra Salinas
Sierra Salinas
Location of Segunda División teams 2014–15
Segunda División de Futsal is located in Canary Islands
G.C. Colegios Arenas
G.C. Colegios Arenas
Canary Islands
Team Location Stadium Capacity
G.C. Colegios Arenas Las Palmas de Gran Canaria Centro Insular 5,000
Elche Elche, Valencian Community Esperanza Lag 2,000
FC Barcelona B Barcelona Pavelló Poliesportiu 472
Plásticos Romero Cartagena, Region of Murcia Wsell de Guimbarda 2,500
ElPozo Ciudad de Murcia Murcia Palacio de Deportes 7,500
Brihuega Brihuega, Castile-La Mancha Virgen de la Peña 500
Melilla Melilla Javier Imbroda 3,800
Segovia Futsal Segovia, Castile and León Pedro Delgado 2,800
UMA Antequera Antequera, Andalusia Fernando Argüelles 2,575
Hércules San Vicente San Vicente del Raspeig, Alicante Polideportivo Municipal 700
O'Parrulo Ferrol, Galicia A Malata 5,000
Massey Ferguson/Bodegas Fernando Castro Valdepeñas, Castile-La Mancha Virgen de la Cabeza 1,100
Euronics Fisiolife Moralejo Selección Zamora Ángel Nieto 2,200
Lymsa Sierra Salinas Villena Villena, Alicante Polideportivo Municipal 500

2013–14 regular season standings[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA Pts
1 Levante UD DM 24 18 1 5 97 61 55
2 Uruguay Tenerife 24 15 4 5 121 79 49
3 Elche 24 14 6 4 104 69 48
4 FC Barcelona B Alusport 24 12 7 5 94 69 43
5 Plásticos Romero Cartagena 24 12 3 9 100 89 39
6 ElPozo Ciudad de Murcia 24 10 5 9 86 83 35
7 Brihuega 24 11 2 11 91 79 35
8 Melilla 24 9 6 9 73 72 33
9 L'Hospitalet Bellsport 24 8 6 10 80 83 30
10 Segovia Futsal 24 8 4 12 82 95 28
11 UMA Antequera 24 8 2 14 65 86 26
12 Hércules San Vicente 24 5 5 14 68 83 20
13 O'Parrulo 24 0 1 23 45 158 1

FC Barcelona B and ElPozo Ciudad de Murcia can't play promotion playoff due its reserve team status.

Promoted promotion playoffs Relegated

Teams promoted by year[edit]

Source: [1]

Year Teams
1994 Vijusa Valencia & Arnisal Pal/La Massana
1995 Ceuta Samsung & Rías Baixas
1996 Marsanz Torrejón & CEES Boadilla
1997 Alvic Jaén, Seat Martorell & Carnicer Fiat Torrejón
1998 Mínguez Sáez Cartagena, O Parrulo Indunor & MRA Carsal Xota
1999 Cefire Burela, Ourense & Foticos Zaragoza
2000 Móstoles, Barcelona & Valencia Vijusa
2001 Atlético Boadilla & Andorra
2002 Foticos Zaragoza & Café Candelas Lugo
2003 Gestesa Guadalajara & Autos Lobelle
2004 EDL Muebles Caloto & Povet.com Benicarló
Year Teams
2005 Albacete FS & GSI Bilbo
2006 Gestesa Guadalajara & FC Barcelona
2007 Leis Pontevedra & Armiñana Valencia
2008 Fisiomedia Manacor, Marfil Santa Coloma & Tien21 P. Millenium Pinto
2009 Sala 10 Zaragoza & Arcebansa Zamora
2010 Grupo Empresas Talavera & Fisiomedia Manacor
2011 Puertollano & Ríos Renovables R.N.
2012 Gáldar Gran Canaria & Burela Pescados Rubén
2013 Montesinos Jumilla, Castell de Peñiscola Benicarló & Fuconsa Jaén
2014 Levante UD DM & Uruguay Tenerife

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