2011–12 Primera División de Futsal

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Primera División
Season 2011–12
Champions Barcelona Alusport
Relegated Reale Cartagena, Carnicer Torrejón & OID Talavera
Matches played 228
Goals scored 1,540 (6.75 per match)
Top goalscorer Esquerdinha (ElPozo Murcia) – 38 goals
Biggest home win Barcelona Alusport 13–2 OID Talavera
Biggest away win Reale Cartagena 2–11 Carnicer Torrejón
Highest scoring Fisiomedia Manacor 9–7 Azkar Lugo

The 2011–12 season of the Primera División de Fútbol Sala was the 23rd season of top-tier futsal in Spain. It is the first under "Primera División" name. The regular season started on September 9, 2011 and finished on May 11, 2012. The championship playoffs began on May 19 with quarter-finals series and ended with the final series from 12 to 24 June.

Barcelona Alusport won their 2nd title in a row by defeating ElPozo Murcia 3–2 in the Championship Final.

Teams[edit]

Personnel and kits[edit]

Team Location Manager Kit manufacturer Shirt sponsor
ElPozo Murcia Murcia "Duda" Luanvi ElPozo
FC Barcelona Alusport Barcelona Marc Carmona Nike Alusport
Inter Movistar Alcalá de Henares Daniel Ibañes Joma Movistar
Caja Segovia Segovia Jesús Velasco Uhlsport Caja Segovia
A. Lobelle Santiago Santiago de Compostela Tomás de Dios Macron Cupa
Triman Navarra Pamplona Imanol Arregui Lotto Triman
Carnicer Torrejón Torrejón de Ardoz José Carnicer Luanvi Fiat Carnicer
Umacon Zaragoza Zaragoza Santi Herrero Joma Umacon
Puertollano Puertollano David Ramos Joma Ayuntamiento de Puertollano
Fisiomedia Manacor Manacor "Pato" Navarro Umbro Fisiomedia
OID Talavera Talavera de la Reina Carlos Sánchez Joma OID
Ríos Renovables R.N. Tudela Víctor Acosta Joma Ríos Renovables
Azkar Lugo Lugo Diego Ríos Lotto Azkar
Marfil Santa Coloma Santa Coloma Xavi Passarrius Macron Marfil Alella
Reale Cartagena Cartagena Javi Aparicio Elements Reale Seguros
Benicarló Aeroport Castelló Benicarló

Stadia and locations[edit]

2011–12 Primera División de Futsal is located in Spain
ElPozo Murcia
ElPozo Murcia
Barcelona Alusport
Barcelona Alusport
Inter Movistar
Inter Movistar
Caja Segovia
Caja Segovia
A. Lobelle
A. Lobelle
Triman Navarra
Triman Navarra
Carnicer Torrejón
Carnicer Torrejón
Umacon Zaragoza
Umacon Zaragoza
Puertollano
Puertollano
Fisiomedia Manacor
Fisiomedia Manacor
OID Talavera
OID Talavera
Ríos Renovables R.N.
Ríos Renovables R.N.
Azkar Lugo
Azkar Lugo
Marfil Santa Coloma
Marfil Santa Coloma
Reale Cartagena
Reale Cartagena
Location of teams in División de Honor 2011–12
Team Location Stadium Capacity
ElPozo Murcia Murcia Palacio de Deportes de Murcia 7,500
Barcelona Alusport Barcelona Palau Blaugrana 7,500
Inter Movistar Alcalá de Henares Pabellón Caja Madrid 4,500
Caja Segovia Segovia Pabellón Pedro Delgado 2,800
A. Lobelle Santiago Santiago de Compostela Pabellón Multiusos Fontes do Sar 6,000
Triman Navarra Pamplona Pabellón Universitario de Navarra 3,000
Carnicer Torrejón Torrejón de Ardoz Pabellón Jorge Garbajosa 4,000
Umacon Zaragoza Zaragoza Pabellón Siglo XXI 2,500
Puertollano Puertollano Polideportivo Antonio Rivilla 2,000
Fisiomedia Manacor Manacor Palma Arena 5,000
OID Talavera Talavera de la Reina Primero de Mayo 3,000
Ríos Renovables R.N. Tudela Municipal Elola 1,000
Azkar Lugo Lugo Pabellón Municipal de Lugo 2,300
Marfil Santa Coloma Santa Coloma de Gramanet Jacint Verdaguer 2,500
Reale Cartagena Cartagena Pabellón Wsell de Guimbarda 2,500
Benicarló Benicarló Pabellón de Benicarló 2,000

League table[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA Pts
1 ElPozo Murcia 30 25 4 1 153 69 79
2 Barcelona Alusport 30 23 5 2 149 65 74
3 Inter Movistar 30 20 4 6 123 61 64
4 Caja Segovia 30 15 4 11 98 81 49
5 Autos Lobelle 30 13 8 9 85 75 47
6 Triman Navarra 30 13 6 11 92 102 45
7 Carnicer Torrejón 30 13 6 11 103 97 45
8 Umacon Zaragoza 30 12 7 11 95 96 43
9 Puertollano 30 12 3 15 88 98 39
10 Fisiomedia Manacor 30 11 4 15 98 110 37
11 OID Talavera 30 10 6 14 83 112 36
12 Ríos Renovables R.N. 30 9 6 15 86 106 33
13 Azkar Lugo 30 9 2 19 95 125 29
14 Marfil Santa Coloma 30 8 4 18 71 106 28
15 Reale Cartagena 30 7 3 20 80 142 24
16 Benicarló 30 3 2 25 41 95 0
Benicarló withdrew at mid-season. Later, the club was disbanded. All its records achieved were expunged.


Source: [1]
Championship playoffs
Relegation playoff
Relegation to Segunda División

Championship playoffs[edit]

quarter-finals semifinals final
                                 
1 ElPozo Murcia 3 10 7
8 Unacon Zaragoza 5 2 3
1 ElPozo Murcia 4 4 4
4 Caja Segovia 6 3 1
4 Caja Segovia 3 (3) 4
5 A. Lobelle 3 (1) 2
1 ElPozo Murcia 3 6 1 5 3
2 Barcelona Alusport 5 1 4 4 6
3 Inter Movistar 4 (4) 7
6 Triman Navarra 4 (3) 2
3 Inter Movistar 4 4
2 Barcelona Alusport 5 7
2 Barcelona Alusport 2 5
7 Carnicer Torrejón 1 2
2011–12 Primera División winners
Catalonia
Barcelona Alusport
Second title

Quarter-finals[edit]

First leg[edit]

Second leg[edit]

Third leg[edit]

Semi-finals[edit]

First leg[edit]

Second leg[edit]

Third leg[edit]

Final[edit]

First leg[edit]

Second leg[edit]

Third leg[edit]

Fourth leg[edit]

Fifth & final leg[edit]

Relegation playoff[edit]

First round Second round
                   
5 Gáldar Gran Canaria 3 4
7 UMA Antequera 2 1
5 Gáldar Gran Canaria 2 2 2
14th Marfil Santa Coloma* 1 3 6
10 Unión África Ceutí 3 4
14th Marfil Santa Coloma* 6 5
  • Marfil Santa Coloma remained in División de Honor.

Top scorers[edit]

Rank Scorer Club Goals[6]
1 Brazil Esquerdinha ElPozo Murcia 38
2 Spain Lozano FC Barcelona Alusport 31
3 Brazil Wilde FC Barcelona Alusport 29
4 Spain Rivillos Carnicer Torrejón 24
5 Brazil Rafael Inter Movistar 23
6 Brazil Eka Inter Movistar 22
7 Spain Joan Linares Unacon Zaragoza 22
8 Spain Miguelín ElPozo Murcia 22
9 Spain Torras FC Barcelona Alusport 21
10 Spain Blanco Caja Segovia 20

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