1989–90 Segunda División B

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Segunda División B
Season 1989–90
Champions Albacete
Avilés
Lleida
Orihuela
Promoted Albacete
Avilés
Lleida
Orihuela
Relegated Arosa
Atlético Baleares
Barbastro
Calahorra
Fraga
Gimnàstic
Ibiza
Jaén
Lalín
Laredo
Linares
Marbella
Maspalomas
Moscardó
Racing Ferrol
Salud
Utrera
Villarreal
Matches played 1,520
Goals scored 3,512 (2.31 per match)
Top goalscorer Mariano Azcona
Pedro Corbalán
(26 goals)
Best goalkeeper José Luis Montes
(0.48 goals/match)
Biggest home win Albacete 11–1 Salud
(30 December 1989)
Biggest away win Barbastro 0–6 Lleida
(8 April 1990)
Highest scoring Albacete 11–1 Salud
(30 December 1989)
Longest winning run 6 matches
Osasuna Promesas
Sevilla Atlético
Barcelona Atlètic
Longest unbeaten run 19 matches
Melilla
Longest winless run 26 matches
Salud
Longest losing run 8 matches
Salud

The 1989–90 Segunda División B season was the 13th since its establishment. The first matches of the season were played on 2 September 1989, and the season ended in 27 May 1990.

Overview before the season[edit]

80 teams joined the league, including four relegated from the 1988–89 Segunda División and 19 promoted from the 1988–89 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 Avilés 38 21 13 4 46 24 +22 55 Promotion to Segunda División
2 Getafe 38 18 15 5 54 30 +24 51
3 Leganés 38 17 14 7 53 25 +28 48
4 Cambados 38 17 11 10 41 28 +13 45
5 Lugo 38 16 11 11 48 40 +8 43[a]
6 Ponferradina 38 18 7 13 56 35 +21 43[a]
7 Cultural Leonesa 38 11 20 7 33 28 +5 42
8 Ávila 38 12 17 9 52 46 +6 41
9 Toledo 38 14 9 15 52 53 −1 37
10 Pontevedra 38 11 14 13 38 45 −7 36
11 Sporting Atlético 38 11 13 14 42 45 −3 35
12 Langreo 38 12 10 16 39 52 −13 34[b]
13 Ourense 38 12 10 16 25 32 −7 34[b]
14 As Pontes 38 8 18 12 39 53 −14 34[b]
15 Alcalá 38 9 16 13 31 33 −2 34[b]
16 Pegaso 38 7 19 12 29 38 −9 33
17 Racing Ferrol 38 7 18 13 35 47 −12 32[c] Relegation to Tercera División
18 Moscardó 38 8 16 14 27 41 −14 32[c]
19 Lalín 38 11 9 18 34 45 −11 31
20 Arosa 38 4 12 22 31 65 −34 20
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 Lugo finished ahead of Ponferradina on head-to-head points: Ponferradina–Lugo 0–0, Lugo–Ponferradina 1–0
  2. ^ a b c d Langreo finished ahead of Ourense, As Pontes and Alcalá on head-to-head points: Langreo 7 pts, Ourense 6 pts, As Pontes 6 pts, Alcalá 5 pts. Ourense finished ahead of As Pontes on overall goal difference
  3. ^ a b Racing Ferrol finished ahead of Moscardó on overall goal difference

Top goalscorers[edit]

Goalscorers Goals Team
Spain Antonio Rivera 20 Getafe
Spain Luis Soler 19 Leganés
Spain Diego Martín 17 Ávila
Spain Luisito 17 Moscardó
Spain José Antonio Velázquez 16 Avilés

Top goalkeepers[edit]

Goalkeeper Goals Matches Average Team
Spain Javier Aguilera 25 38 0.66 Leganés
Spain José Luis Manzanedo 27 38 0.71 Cultural Leonesa
Spain Millán 26 34 0.76 Cambados
Spain Pedro Caballero 30 38 0.79 Getafe
Spain Fermín Hortas 32 38 0.84 Ourense

Group 2[edit]

League table[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Lleida 38 23 9 6 86 31 +55 55 Promotion to Segunda División
2 Osasuna Promesas 38 20 10 8 46 29 +17 50
3 Mollerussa 38 22 5 11 61 29 +32 49
4 FC Andorra 38 18 10 10 57 43 +14 46
5 San Sebastián 38 15 14 9 51 37 +14 44
6 Cultural Durango 38 15 13 10 40 39 +1 43[a]
7 Lemona 38 10 23 5 36 28 +8 43[a]
8 Deportivo Aragón 38 14 15 9 54 41 +13 43[a]
9 Binéfar 38 12 12 14 41 44 −3 36
10 Barakaldo 38 11 13 14 47 41 +6 35[b]
11 Andorra 38 13 9 16 45 46 −1 35[b]
12 Santurtzi 38 14 7 17 49 56 −7 35[b]
13 Numancia 38 12 11 15 37 45 −8 35[b]
14 Mirandés 38 11 13 14 45 52 −7 35[b]
15 Baskonia 38 11 11 16 31 48 −17 33[c]
16 Teruel 38 11 11 16 46 54 −8 33[c]
17 Laredo 38 13 7 18 42 67 −25 33[c] Relegation to Tercera División
18 Fraga 38 10 10 18 41 61 −20 30
19 Calahorra 38 10 5 23 37 69 −32 25
20 Barbastro 38 5 12 21 32 64 −32 22
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 c Durango finished ahead of Lemona and Deportivo Aragón on head-to-head points: Durango 7 pts, Lemona 3 pts, Deportivo Aragón 2 pts
  2. ^ a b c d e Barakaldo finished ahead of Andorra, Santurtzi, Numancia and Mirandés on head-to-head points: Barakaldo 10 pts, Andorra 10 pts, Santurtzi 9 pts, Numancia 7 pts, Mirandés 4 pts. Barakaldo finished ahead of Andorra on head-to-head goal difference: Andorra–Barakaldo 3–0, Barakaldo–Andorra 4–0
  3. ^ a b c Baskonia finished ahead of Teruel and Laredo on head-to-head points: Baskonia 5 pts, Teruel 4 pts, Laredo 3 pts

Top goalscorers[edit]

Goalscorers Goals Team
Spain Mariano Azcona 26 Lleida
Spain Francisco Aleñá 15 Lleida
Spain Antonio Rueda 15 FC Andorra
Spain Iñigo Gamboa 15 Santurtzi
Spain Juan Carlos Lasheras 14 Barakaldo

Top goalkeepers[edit]

Goalkeeper Goals Matches Average Team
Spain Iñaki Saiz 23 33 0.7 Lemona
Spain Toño Alfageme 34 33 1.03 Numancia
Spain Mario García 38 36 1.06 Deportivo Aragón
Spain Iñaki Azkune 33 31 1.06 Durango
Spain Juan Tapia 40 37 1.08 FC Andorra

Group 3[edit]

League table[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Albacete 38 27 6 5 88 29 +59 60 Promotion to Segunda División
2 Melilla 38 22 11 5 48 19 +29 55
3 Sevilla Atlético 38 20 9 9 53 31 +22 49
4 Ceuta 38 18 10 10 56 41 +15 46[a]
5 Granada 38 17 12 9 58 36 +22 46[a]
6 Badajoz 38 16 13 9 34 23 +11 45
7 Linares[b] 38 16 12 10 57 34 +23 44 Relegation to Tercera División
8 Mérida 38 14 12 12 43 40 +3 40
9 Atlético Sanluqueño 38 14 10 14 32 44 −12 38[c]
10 Marino 38 15 8 15 43 49 −6 38[c]
11 Tomelloso 38 12 14 12 49 41 +8 38[c]
12 Córdoba 38 11 16 11 38 39 −1 38
13 Telde 38 11 12 15 31 50 −19 34
14 Linense 38 10 12 16 38 43 −5 32
15 Estepona 38 10 11 17 34 51 −17 31[d]
16 Jaén 38 10 11 17 42 47 −5 31[d] Relegation to Tercera División
17 Marbella 38 8 15 15 30 38 −8 31[d]
18 Utrera 38 7 16 15 24 35 −11 30
19 Maspalomas 38 7 9 22 38 63 −25 23
20 Salud 38 3 5 30 21 104 −83 11
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 Ceuta finished ahead of Granada on head-to-head goal difference: Ceuta–Granada 3–3, Granada–Ceuta 1–2
  2. ^ Linares was relegated to Tercera División due to financial problems
  3. ^ a b c Atlético Sanluqueño finished ahead of Marino, Tomelloso and Córdoba on head-to-head points: Atlético Sanluqueño 7 pts, Marino 7 pts, Tomelloso 5 pts, Córdoba 5 pts. Atlético Sanluqueño finished ahead of Marino on head-to-head points: Marino–Atlético Sanluqueño 0–1, Atlético Sanluqueño–Marino 1–0. Tomelloso finished ahead of Córdoba on overall goal difference
  4. ^ a b c Estepona finished ahead of Jaén and Marbella on head-to-head points: Estepona 5 pts, Jaén 4 pts, Marbella 3 pts

Top goalscorers[edit]

Goalscorers Goals Team
Spain Pedro Corbalán 26 Albacete
Spain Antonio López 18 Albacete
Spain Jorge Antelo 17 Ceuta
Spain Paco Luna 16 Melilla
Spain Totó 16 Melilla

Top goalkeepers[edit]

Goalkeeper Goals Matches Average Team
Spain José Luis Montes 17 35 0.49 Melilla
Spain Monchi 30 37 0.81 Sevilla Atlético
Spain Valle 25 30 0.83 Utrera
Spain Francisco Leal 26 29 0.9 Marbella
Spain Peio Aguirreoa 30 33 0.91 Linares

Group 4[edit]

League table[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Orihuela 38 21 9 8 55 32 +23 51[a] Promotion to Segunda División
2 Barcelona Atlètic 38 22 7 9 68 36 +32 51[a]
3 Gandía 38 19 11 8 59 29 +30 49
4 Alcoyano 38 14 16 8 55 47 +8 44
5 Benidorm 38 15 13 10 46 30 +16 43
6 Manlleu 38 16 9 13 51 51 0 41[b]
7 Alzira 38 15 11 12 42 33 +9 41[b]
8 Sporting Mahonés 38 15 10 13 58 51 +7 40
9 L'Hospitalet 38 14 11 13 46 48 −2 39
10 Olímpic 38 14 10 14 49 49 0 38
11 Cartagena 38 13 11 14 40 39 +1 37[c]
12 Girona 38 14 9 15 51 62 −11 37[c]
13 Hércules 38 10 16 12 48 40 +8 36
14 Mallorca Atlético 38 10 15 13 39 43 −4 35[d]
15 Torrevieja 38 12 11 15 37 52 −15 35[d]
16 Eldense 38 13 8 17 47 51 −4 34
17 Gimnàstic 38 9 13 16 31 39 −8 31 Relegation to Tercera División
18 Villarreal 38 9 12 17 33 52 −19 30
19 Ibiza 38 11 7 20 38 68 −30 29
20 Atlético Baleares 38 5 9 24 33 74 −41 19
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 Orihuela finished ahead of Barcelona Atlètic on head-to-head goal difference: Barcelona Atlètic–Orihuela 2–1, Orihuela–Barcelona Atlètic 2–0
  2. ^ a b Manlleu finished ahead of Alzira on head-to-head points: Alzira–Manlleu 1–1, Manlleu–Alzira 1–0
  3. ^ a b Cartagena finished ahead of Girona on head-to-head goal difference: Cartagena–Girona 3–0, Girona–Cartagena 1–0
  4. ^ a b Mallorca Atlético finished ahead of Torrevieja on head-to-head points: Torrevieja–Mallorca Atlético 0–1, Mallorca Atlético–Torrevieja 1–1

Top goalscorers[edit]

Goalscorers Goals Team
Spain Francisco Sigüenza 21 Orihuela
Spain Mariano Ayneto 19 Gandía
Spain Antonio Pinilla 14 Barcelona Atlètic
Spain Antonio Barnils 14 Manlleu
Spain César Ferrando 14 Olímpic

Top goalkeepers[edit]

Goalkeeper Goals Matches Average Team
Spain Ignacio Verdés 22 30 0.73 Alzira
Spain Juan Espín 29 38 0.76 Gandía
Spain Juan Miguel San Román 28 36 0.78 Benidorm
Spain Carles Busquets 28 30 0.93 Barcelona Atlètic
Spain Agapito Moncaleán 37 36 1.03 Gimnàstic

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