1989–90 Primera B Nacional

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Primera B Nacional
Season 1989–90
Champions Huracán
(1st divisional title)
Promoted Huracán
Lanús
Relegated Los Andes
Olimpo
Deportivo Armenio
Top goalscorer Abel Blasón
Juan Almada 20 goals
1988-89
1990-91

The 1989–90 Argentine Primera B Nacional was the fourth season of second division professional of football in Argentina. A total of 22 teams competed; the champion and runner-up were promoted to Argentine Primera División.

Club information[edit]

Club City Stadium
Almirante Brown Isidro Casanova Fragata Presidente Sarmiento
Atlético de Rafaela Rafaela Nuevo Monumental
Atlético Tucumán San Miguel de Tucumán Monumental Presidente Jose Fierro
Banfield Banfield Florencio Solá
Belgrano Córdoba El Gigante de Alberdi
Central Córdoba Santiago del Estero Alfredo Terrara
Cipolletti Cipolletti La Visera de Cemento
Colón Santa Fe Brigadier General Estanislao López
Defensa y Justicia Florencio Varela Norberto "Tito" Tomaghello
Deportivo Armenio Ingeniero Maschwitz República de Armenia
Deportivo Maipú Maipú Higinio Sperdutti
Douglas Haig Pergamino Miguel Morales
Huracán Parque Patricios Tomás Adolfo Ducó
Lanús Lanús Ciudad de Lanús
Los Andes Lomas de Zamora Eduardo Gallardón
Olimpo Bahía Blanca Roberto Natalio Carminatti
Quilmes Quilmes Centenario
San Martín San Miguel de Tucumán La Ciudadela
Sportivo Italiano Ciudad Evita Republica de Italia
Talleres Remedios de Escalada Talleres de Remedios de Escalada
Tigre Victoria José Dellagiovanna
Villa Dálmine Campana El Coliseo

Standings[edit]

Huracán was declared champion and was automatically promoted to Primera División, and the teams placed 2º to 10º qualified for the Second Promotion Playoff.

Pos Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
Huracán 60 42 24 12 6 70 32 +38
Quilmes 53 42 19 15 8 65 43 +22
Douglas Haig 51 42 19 13 10 46 39 +7
San Martín (T) 48 42 17 14 11 49 37 +12
Lanús 47 42 16 15 11 59 50 +9
Atlético de Rafaela 47 42 15 17 10 55 46 +9
Belgrano 47 42 16 15 11 39 36 +3
Banfield 46 42 14 18 10 53 43 +10
Sportivo Italiano 46 42 14 18 10 32 29 +3
10º Colón 45 42 13 19 10 46 35 +11
11º Villa Dálmine 44 42 15 14 13 41 41 0
12º Atlético Tucumán 43 42 15 13 14 53 54 -1
13º Tigre 41 42 14 13 15 48 53 -5
14º Almirante Brown 39 42 11 17 14 42 54 -12
15º Los Andes 38 42 10 18 14 42 52 -10
16º Central Córdoba (SdE)1 37 42 13 13 16 42 47 -5
17º Deportivo Maipú 35 42 10 15 17 43 46 -3
18º Talleres (RE) 35 42 11 13 18 42 51 -9
19º Defensa y Justicia 35 42 7 21 14 46 57 -11
20º Cipolletti 33 42 10 13 19 42 56 -14
21º Olimpo 30 42 10 10 22 54 71 -17
22º Deportivo Armenio 22 42 5 12 25 27 64 -37

1: 2 points deducted for violence acts.

Champion. Automatically Promoted to Primera División.
Qualified for the Second Promotion Playoff Semifinals.
Qualified for the Second Promotion Playoff Second Round.
Qualified for the Second Promotion Playoff First Round.

Second Promotion Playoff[edit]

The Second Promotion Playoff or Torneo Reducido was played by the teams placed 2º to 10º in the overall standings: Quilmes (2º) who entered in the Semifinals, Douglas Haig (3º) who entered in the Second Round, San Martín (T) (4º), Lanús (5º), Atlético de Rafaela (6º), Belgrano (7º), Banfield (8º), Sportivo Italiano (9º) and Colón (10º); the champion of Primera B Metropolitana: Deportivo Morón and Deportivo Laferrere and Atlanta, both winners of Zonales Noroeste y Sureste from Torneo del Interior. The winner was promoted to Primera División.

1: Qualified because of sport advantage.

Relegation[edit]

Pos
Team 1987-88
Pts
1988-89
Pts
1989-90
Pts
Total
Pts
Total
Pld
Avg
Situation Affiliation
1 Huracán 48 51 60 159 126 1.262 Direct
2 Belgrano 49 50 47 146 126 1.159 Indirect
3 San Martín (T) 48 48 42 1.143 Indirect
4 Quilmes 54 37 53 144 126 1.143 Direct
5 Colón 48 50 45 143 126 1.135 Direct
6 Atlético de Rafaela 47 47 42 1.119 Indirect
7 Lanús 35 53 47 135 126 1.071 Direct
8 Banfield 44 46 90 84 1.071 Direct
9 Sportivo Italiano 41 46 46 133 126 1.056 Direct
10 Atlético Tucumán 45 45 43 133 126 1.056 Relegation Playoff Matches Indirect
11 Villa Dálmine 44 44 42 1.048 Direct
12 Almirante Brown 40 51 39 130 126 1.032 Direct
13 Douglas Haig 43 32 51 126 126 1 Indirect
14 Talleres (RE) 48 35 83 84 0.988 Direct
15 Defensa y Justicia 38 49 35 122 126 0.968 Direct
16 Central Córdoba (SdE) 42 43 37 122 126 0.968 Relegation Playoff Matches Indirect
17 Tigre 49 30 41 120 126 0.952 Direct
18 Deportivo Maipú 40 43 35 118 126 0.937 Indirect
19 Cipolletti 52 28 33 113 126 0.897 Relegation Playoff Matches Indirect
20 Los Andes 33 33 38 104 126 0.825 Primera B Metropolitana Direct
21 Olimpo 30 30 42 0.714 Liga del Sur Indirect
22 Deportivo Armenio 22 22 42 0.524 Primera B Metropolitana Direct

Note: Clubs with indirect affiliation with AFA are relegated to their respective league of his province according to the Argentine football league system, while clubs directly affiliated face relegation to Primera B Metropolitana. Clubs with direct affiliation are all from Greater Buenos Aires, with the exception of Newell's, Rosario Central, Central Córdoba and Argentino de Rosario, all from Rosario, and Unión and Colón from Santa Fe.

Relegation Playoff Matches[edit]

Each tie was played on a home-and-away two-legged basis, but if the first match was won by the team of Primera B Nacional (who also played the first leg at home), there was no need to play the second. If instead, the team from the Regional leagues wins the first leg, the second leg must be played, leg that, if its won by the team of Primera B Nacional, a third leg must be played, if the third leg finishes in a tie, the team from Primera B Nacional remains on it. This season, Cipolletti had to play against Fernández Oro from the Liga Deportiva Confluencia (Río Negro Province), Central Córdoba (SdE) had to play against Güemes (SdE) from the Liga Santiagueña de Fútbol, and Atlético Tucumán had to play against Atlético Concepción from the Liga Tucumana de Fútbol.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

  • "Argentina Second Level 1989/90". rsssf.com. Retrieved 2014-06-11.