1985–86 Segunda División B

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Segunda División B
Season1985–86
ChampionsFigueres
Xerez
PromotedFigueres
Xerez
RelegatedAlavés
Alcalá
Algeciras
Andorra
Arosa
Barcelona Aficionados
Betis Deportivo
Binéfar
Compostela
FC Andorra
Gimnàstic
Jaén
L'Hospitalet
Lalín
Levante
Linares
Lorca
Manacor
Orihuela
Parla
Plasencia
Puertollano
Sporting Atlético
Talavera
Zamora
Matches played760
Goals scored1,822 (2.4 per match)
Top goalscorerAntonio Cuevas
(25 goals)
Best goalkeeperCarlos Osma
(0.63 goals/match)
Biggest home winPontevedra 8–1 Binéfar
(22 December 1985)
Lleida 7–0 Arosa
(22 December 1985)
Biggest away winLalín 0–5 Salamanca
(23 February 1986)
Highest scoringPontevedra 8–1 Binéfar
(22 December 1985)

The 1985–86 Segunda División B season was the 9th since its establishment. The first matches of the season were played on 31 August 1985, and the season ended in 18 May 1986.

Overview before the season[edit]

40 teams joined the league, including four relegated from the 1984–85 Segunda División and 6 promoted from the 1984–85 Tercera División. The composition of the groups was determined by the Royal Spanish Football Federation, attending to geographical criteria.

Relegated from Segunda División
Promoted from Tercera División

Group 1[edit]

League table[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Figueres 38 22 11 5 71 31 +40 55 Promotion to Segunda División
2 Real Burgos 38 18 12 8 47 32 +15 48[a]
3 Salamanca 38 20 8 10 55 32 +23 48[a]
4 Lleida 38 17 12 9 49 25 +24 46[b]
5 Alavés[c] 38 16 14 8 46 31 +15 46[b] Relegation to Tercera División
6 Ourense 38 18 10 10 49 32 +17 46[b]
7 Palencia[d] 38 16 11 11 43 34 +9 43 Dissolved
8 San Sebastián 38 16 10 12 57 53 +4 42
9 Pontevedra 38 12 15 11 48 41 +7 39[e]
10 L'Hospitalet 38 17 5 16 55 52 +3 39[e] Relegation to Tercera División
11 Zamora 38 13 13 12 47 38 +9 39[e]
12 Binéfar 38 12 13 13 47 51 −4 37[f]
13 Andorra 38 12 13 13 59 58 +1 37[f]
14 Gimnàstic 38 15 6 17 43 42 +1 36
15 FC Andorra 38 9 13 16 43 57 −14 31
16 Sporting Atlético 38 9 11 18 39 61 −22 29[g]
17 Arosa 38 8 13 17 37 67 −30 29[g]
18 Compostela 38 10 6 22 46 72 −26 26
19 Barcelona Aficionados 38 6 11 21 35 61 −26 23
20 Lalín 38 6 9 23 26 72 −46 21
Source: BDFútbol
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) head-to-head points; 3) head-to-head goal difference; 4) goal difference; 5) number of goals scored
Notes:
  1. ^ a b Real Burgos finished ahead of Salamanca on head-to-head points: Real Burgos–Salamanca 2–1, Salamanca–Real Burgos 0–0
  2. ^ a b c Lleida finished ahead of Alavés and Ourense on head-to-head points: Lleida 5 pts, Alavés 4 pts, Ourense 3 pts
  3. ^ Alavés was relegated to Tercera División due to financial problems
  4. ^ Palencia was dissolved at the end of the season
  5. ^ a b c Pontevedra finished ahead of L'Hospitalet and Zamora on head-to-head points: Pontevedra 5 pts, L'Hospitalet 4 pts, Zamora 3 pts
  6. ^ a b Binéfar finished ahead of Andorra on head-to-head points: Andorra–Binéfar 1–2, Binéfar–Andorra 0–0
  7. ^ a b Sporting Gijón B finished ahead of Arosa on head-to-head points: Sporting Gijón B–Arosa 2–0, Arosa–Sporting Gijón B 0–0

Top goalscorers[edit]

Goalscorers Goals Team
Spain Antonio Cuevas 25 Figueres
Spain Martín Begiristain 20 Real Sociedad B
Spain César Melo 16 Compostela
Spain Salvador Cardona 15 L'Hospitalet
Spain Martín Domínguez 14 Barcelona C

Top goalkeepers[edit]

Goalkeeper Goals Matches Average Team
Spain Roberto Santamaría 20 29 0.69 Lleida
Spain Ángel Lozano 29 36 0.81 Salamanca
Spain Francesc Boix 31 38 0.82 Figueres
Spain Iñaki Bergara 31 38 0.82 Alavés
Spain Fermín Hortas 31 36 0.86 Ourense

Group 2[edit]

League table[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Xerez 38 18 11 9 43 24 +19 47 Promotion to Segunda División
2 Linense 38 20 6 12 64 44 +20 46
3 Córdoba 38 14 15 9 42 38 +4 43[a]
4 Ceuta 38 17 9 12 43 35 +8 43[a]
5 Alcoyano 38 15 12 11 44 39 +5 42[b]
6 Poblense 38 15 12 11 48 43 +5 42[b]
7 Granada 38 15 11 12 62 47 +15 41[c]
8 Puertollano 38 15 11 12 44 41 +3 41[c] Relegation to Tercera División
9 Orihuela 38 15 11 12 39 39 0 41[c]
10 Levante 38 16 6 16 43 50 −7 38[d]
11 Parla 38 13 12 13 34 41 −7 38[d]
12 Plasencia 38 13 11 14 41 46 −5 37[e]
13 Talavera 38 13 11 14 41 46 −5 37[e]
14 Linares 38 12 12 14 39 40 −1 36
15 Betis Deportivo 38 11 13 14 56 45 +11 35[f]
16 Manacor 38 13 9 16 40 47 −7 35[f]
17 Alcalá 38 11 12 15 36 40 −4 34
18 Jaén 38 12 9 17 47 53 −6 33
19 Algeciras 38 8 11 19 35 55 −20 27
20 Lorca 38 7 10 21 39 67 −28 24
Source: BDFútbol
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) head-to-head points; 3) head-to-head goal difference; 4) goal difference; 5) number of goals scored
Notes:
  1. ^ a b Córdoba finished ahead of Ceuta on head-to-head points: Ceuta–Córdoba 3–3, Córdoba–Ceuta 1–0
  2. ^ a b Alcoyano finished ahead of Poblense on head-to-head points: Poblense–Alcoyano 1–1, Alcoyano–Poblense 3–1
  3. ^ a b c Granada finished ahead of Puertollano and Orihuela on head-to-head points: Granada 6 pts, Puertollano 4 pts, Orihuela 2 pts
  4. ^ a b Levante finished ahead of Parla on number of goals scored
  5. ^ a b Plasencia finished ahead of Talavera on number of yellow cards
  6. ^ a b Betis Deportivo finished ahead of Manacor on head-to-head goal difference: Betis Deportivo–Manacor 3–0, Manacor–Betis Deportivo 1–0

Top goalscorers[edit]

Goalscorers Goals Team
Spain Paquito 24 Granada
Spain Argimiro Márquez 22 Linense
Spain Antonio Torres 14 Xerez
Spain Segundo Ramos 13 Linense
Spain Andrés Pizarro 13 Poblense

Top goalkeepers[edit]

Goalkeeper Goals Matches Average Team
Spain Carlos Osma 24 38 0.63 Xerez
Spain Juan Braojos 25 31 0.81 Linares
Spain Tomás Cuenca 28 31 0.9 Alcoyano
Spain José Luis Burgueña 35 38 0.92 Ceuta
Spain José María Olivares 35 36 0.97 Alcalá