1986–87 División de Honor Femenina de Balonmano

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The 1986–87 División de Honor Femenina de Balonmano was the 30th edition of the premier Spanish women's handball championship, running from 15 September 1986 to 29 March 1987. The competition returned to a regular system, instead of the previous season's three stages format.[1]

Íber Valencia won its tenth title in a row, winning all 22 games. CB Onda and CB Leganés followed in European positions, qualifying for the Cup Winners' Cup and IHF Cup respectively.[2]

Standings[edit]

Team P W D L G+ G- Pts Comments
1 Valencian Community Íber 22 22 0 0 568 314 44 Qualified for the European Cup
2 Valencian Community Mades Seguros (Onda) 22 19 0 3 509 284 38 Qualified for the Cup Winners' Cup
3 Community of Madrid Leganés 22 17 0 5 429 307 34 Qualified for the IHF Cup
4 Community of Madrid Pegaso 22 13 1 8 389 355 27
5 Catalonia Castelldefels 22 11 2 9 452 438 24
6 Basque Country (autonomous community) Hernani 22 9 0 13 347 404 18
7 Aragon Zaragoza 22 8 2 12 354 431 18
8 Andalusia Puleva (Granada) 22 8 0 14 306 352 16
9 Catalonia Molins de Rei 22 7 1 14 362 448 15
10 Canary Islands Café Tirma (Gran Canaria) 22 6 1 15 339 413 13
11 Canary Islands Elsafe (Arenales) 22 4 2 16 312 421 10
12 Basque Country (autonomous community) Barakaldo 22 2 3 17 287 430 8 Relegated

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