1999–2000 Segunda División

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Segunda División
Season 1999-2000
Champions UD Las Palmas
Promoted UD Las Palmas
CA Osasuna
Villarreal CF
Relegated CP Mérida
Atlético Madrid B
CD Logroñés
CD Toledo
Matches played 462
Goals scored 1,058 (2.29 per match)
Top goalscorer Spain Paco Salillas

The 1999–2000 Segunda División season saw 22 teams participate in the second flight Spanish league. The teams that promoted to La Liga were UD Las Palmas, Osasuna and Villarreal CF. The teams that relegated to Segunda División B were CP Mérida, Atlético de Madrid B, CD Logroñés and CD Toledo.

Canary Islands

Final table[edit]

Key to colors in league table:
Promoted to Primera División
Relegated to Segunda División B
Position Club Played Points Wins Draws Losses Goals for Goals against Goal Difference
1 UD Las Palmas 42 72 20 12 10 60 41 +21
2 CA Osasuna 42 67 20 7 15 50 36 +14
3 Villarreal CF 42 66 18 12 12 61 46 +15
4 UD Salamanca 42 66 18 12 12 54 43 +11
5 UE Lleida 42 63 18 9 15 66 52 +14
6 CP Mérida 3 42 63 16 15 11 41 34 +7
7 Levante UD 42 61 16 13 13 55 52 +3
8 CF Extremadura 42 61 16 13 13 49 47 +2
9 Sporting de Gijón 42 60 17 9 16 54 48 +6
10 Albacete 42 59 15 14 13 51 53 -2
11 SD Eibar 42 57 14 15 13 48 49 -1
12 Córdoba CF 42 57 15 12 15 46 49 -3
13 CD Leganés 42 56 14 14 14 39 47 -8
14 CD Tenerife 42 55 14 13 15 50 48 +2
15 Elche CF 42 53 12 17 13 48 58 -10
16 CD Badajoz 42 51 9 24 9 38 39 -1
17 Atlético de Madrid B 1 42 50 13 11 18 43 57 -14
18 SD Compostela 42 49 10 19 13 50 53 -3
19 Getafe CF 42 48 13 9 20 39 51 -12
20 CD Logroñés 2 42 46 11 13 18 52 56 -4
21 Recreativo de Huelva 3 42 45 12 9 21 40 54 -14
22 CD Toledo 42 40 10 10 22 34 55 -21

1 Atlético de Madrid B was relegated for being reserve team of Atlético de Madrid, relegated from Primera División.
2 CD Logroñés was relegated to Tercera División for not paying its players.
3 CP Mérida was relegated to Segunda División B for not paying its players. Then, Recreativo de Huelva was readmitted in Segunda División.

Teams by Autonomous Community[edit]

Autonomous community Number of teams Teams
1  Extremadura 3 Badajoz, Extremadura, Mérida
 Madrid 3 Atlético Madrid B, Leganés, Getafe
 Valencia 3 Elche, Levante, Villarreal
4  Andalusia 2 Córdoba, Recreativo
 Canary Islands 2 Las Palmas, Tenerife
 Castile-La Mancha 2 Albacete, Toledo
7  Asturias 1 Sporting
 Basque Country 1 Eibar
 Castile and León 1 Salamanca
 Catalonia 1 Lleida
 Galicia 1 Compostela
 La Rioja 1 Logroñés
 Navarre 1 Osasuna