2009–10 Liga Femenina de Baloncesto

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2009–10 Liga Femenina season
League Liga Femenina
Sport Basketball
Duration October 2009–March 2011 (regular season)
April 2011 (playoff)
Number of games 182 (regular season)
Number of teams 14
Finals champions Ros Casares Valencia
  Runners-up Perfumerías Avenida
Liga Femenina seasons

The 2009–10 Liga Femenina de Baloncesto was the 47th edition of the Spanish premier championship for women's basketball teams. Defending champion Ros Casares again defeated CB Avenida in the final to win its fourth title in a row, an overall seventh.[1] CB Rivas and CDB Zaragoza also qualified for the championship play-offs.[2] Ros Casares, Avenida and Rivas qualified for the 2010–11 Euroleague, while Zaragoza and CB Islas Canarias qualified for the 2010–11 Eurocup. On the other hand, Real Canoe and CB Estudiantes were relegated.

Teams by autonomous community[edit]

Autonomous community Teams
Community of Madrid Madrid 3: Estudiantes, Real Canoe, Rivas
Catalonia Catalunya 3: Olesa, Sedis, Uni Girona
Balearic Islands Islas Baleares 2: Joventut Mariana, Puig d'en Valls
Aragon Aragón 1: Zaragoza
Castile and León Castilla y León 1: Avenida
Valencian Community Comunidad Valenciana 1: Ros Casares
Basque Country (autonomous community) Euskadi 1: Txingudi
Galicia (Spain) Galicia 1: Celta Vigo
Canary Islands Islas Canarias 1: Islas Canarias

Regular season[edit]

# Teams Pld W L PF PA PS Q/R FIBA
1 Ros Casares 26 25 1 2233 1668 Same position Qualified for the play-offs Qualified for the Euroleague
2 Avenida 26 23 3 1928 1621 Same position Qualified for the play-offs Qualified for the Euroleague
3 Rivas 26 21 5 1884 1615 Same position Qualified for the play-offs Qualified for the Euroleague
4 Zaragoza 26 14 12 1703 1700 Rise9 Qualified for the play-offs Qualified for the Eurocup
5 Uni Girona 26 13 13 1682 1774 New entry Qualified for the Eurocup, but renounced1
6 Celta Vigo 26 13 13 1821 1827 Rise3
7 Olesa 26 12 14 1895 1958 Fall2
8 Islas Canarias 26 12 14 1796 1825 Rise3 Invited to the Eurocup1
9 Joventut Mariana 26 12 14 1831 1895 Fall3
10 Sedis 26 11 15 1893 1945 Same position
11 Txingudi 26 8 18 1699 1858 Fall3
12 Real Canoe 26 8 18 1710 1955 New entry Relegated 2
13 Estudiantes 26 6 20 1605 1826 Fall1 Relegated
14 Puig d'en Valls 26 4 22 1662 1875 Fall7 Spared from relegation 2

1 Despite qualifying for the FIBA EuroCup Uni Girona withdrew from the competition for financial reasons.[3] It was replaced by CB Islas Canarias.
2 Despite avoiding relegation Real Canoe withdrew from the championship for financial reasons. CB Puig d'en Valls subsequently bought its place in the championship.[4]

Play-offs[edit]

Semifinals[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg 3rd leg*
Ros Casares 2-0 Zaragoza 80-64 79-52
Perfumerías Avenida 2-0 Rivas 65-59 68-65

Final[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg 3rd leg*
Ros Casares 2-0 Avenida 78-69 82-78
Liga Femenina de Baloncesto 2009-10 Champions
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Valencian Community Ros Casares Valencia
Seventh title

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