2019–20 Segunda División

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Segunda División
Season2019–20
Dates17 August 2019 – May 2020
Matches played295
Goals scored679 (2.3 per match)
Top goalscorerCristhian Stuani
(20 goals)
Biggest home winPonferradina 4–0 Tenerife
(1 September 2019)
Racing Santander 4–0 Mirandés
(17 September 2019)
Biggest away winAlbacete 0–4 Tenerife
(15 September 2019)
Lugo 0–4 Almería
(4 January 2020)
Highest scoringLugo 2–4 Alcorcón
(1 September 2019)
Longest winning runDeportivo La Coruña
(7 matches)
Longest winless runDeportivo La Coruña
(19 matches)
Highest attendance28,024
Zaragoza 3–1 Deportivo
(23 February 2020)
Lowest attendance1,770
Alcorcón 1–1 Numancia
(15 January 2020)
Attendance1,072,520 (3,636 per match)
2020–21

The 2019–20 Segunda División season, also known as La Liga SmartBank for sponsorship reasons,[1] is the 89th since its establishment.

Teams[edit]

Promotion and relegation (pre-season)[edit]

A total of 22 teams will contest the league, including 15 sides from the 2018–19 season, three relegated from the 2018–19 La Liga, and four promoted from the 2018–19 Segunda División B. This will include the winners of the play-offs.

Teams promoted to Primera Division

On 20 May 2019, Osasuna were the first team to be promoted to La Liga, ending a two-year run in Segunda División, following Granada's 1−0 win against Albacete.[2] The second team to earn promotion was Granada after their 1−1 draw against Mallorca on 4 June 2019. This marks an end to a two-year run in the second division.[3] The third and final team to earn promotion to La Liga was play-offs winner Mallorca, after coming back from a 2 goal deficit against Deportivo La Coruña on 23 June 2019. Mallorca left Segunda División only one year after promoting from the Segunda División B and achieving two consecutive promotions.[4]

Teams relegated from Primera Division

The first team to be relegated from La Liga were Rayo Vallecano. Their relegation was ensured on 5 May 2019, after Real Valladolid beat Athletic Bilbao 1−0, suffering an immediate return to the Segunda Division.[5] The second team to be relegated were Huesca, who were also relegated on 5 May 2019 after a 2−6 home defeat to Valencia, also suffering an immediate return to the second tier.[6] The third and final relegated club were Girona, who concluded their two-year stay in La Liga in a 1−2 away loss at Alavés on 18 May 2019.[7]

Teams relegated to Segunda División B

The first team to be relegated from Segunda División were Reus, expelled on 18 January 2019, due to their failure to pay their players. This ended a three-year spell in Segunda División.[8] The second team to be relegated were Gimnàstic, who were relegated on 5 May 2019 after Albacete drew 0−0 against Numancia, ending a four-year run in the second division.[9] The third relegated club was Córdoba, in a 0−1 away loss at Las Palmas on 12 May 2019. They ended a 12-year-spell in professional football in Spain, with one of those seasons in La Liga.[10] The fourth and final relegated team was Rayo Majadahonda in a 3–4 away loss at Oviedo with a last-minute goal on the 4th of June 2019. Rayo returns to Segunda División B after a one-year stay in Segunda.[11]

Teams promoted from Segunda División B

The first two teams to achieve promotion were Racing Santander and Fuenlabrada on 2 June 2019 after defeating Atlético Baleares and Recreativo on aggregate in the play-off semifinals respectively. Racing Santander return to the Segunda División after a four-year absence.[12] Fuenlabrada went on to become Segunda División B champions as well as making its first-ever appearance in the Spanish second tier.[13] The third team to clinch promotion to the Segunda División was Ponferradina on 29 June 2019 after defeating Hércules in the non-champions play-offs; they return after a three-year absence from the Segunda División.[14] The fourth and last team to get promoted was Mirandés on 30 June 2019 after also coming victorious in the non-champions play-offs, this time against Atlético Baleares; Mirandés return after a two-year absence from the Segunda División.[15]

Stadia and locations[edit]

Location of teams in 2019–20 Segunda División (Canary Islands)
Team Location Stadium Capacity
Albacete Albacete Carlos Belmonte 17,524[16]
Alcorcón Alcorcón Santo Domingo 5,100[17]
Almería Almería Juegos Mediterráneos 15,000[18]
Cádiz Cádiz Ramón de Carranza 25,033[19]
Deportivo La Coruña A Coruña Abanca-Riazor 32,660[20]
Elche Elche Martínez Valero 33,732[21]
Extremadura Almendralejo Ciudad de Almendralejo 11,580[22]
Fuenlabrada Fuenlabrada Fernando Torres 2,200[23]
Girona Girona Montilivi 13,450[24]
Huesca Huesca El Alcoraz 7,638[25]
Las Palmas Las Palmas Gran Canaria 31,250[26]
Lugo Lugo Anxo Carro 7,070[27]
Málaga Málaga La Rosaleda 30,044[28]
Mirandés Miranda de Ebro Anduva 5,759[29]
Numancia Soria Los Pajaritos 8,261[30]
Oviedo Oviedo Carlos Tartiere 30,500[31]
Ponferradina Ponferrada El Toralín 8,400[32]
Racing Santander Santander El Sardinero 22,222[33]
Rayo Vallecano Madrid Vallecas 14,708[34]
Sporting Gijón Gijón El Molinón 30,000[35]
Tenerife Santa Cruz de Tenerife Heliodoro Rodríguez López 22,824[36]
Zaragoza Zaragoza La Romareda 33,608[37]

Personnel and sponsorship[edit]

Team Manager Captain Kit manufacturer Shirt main sponsor
Albacete Spain Lucas Alcaraz Spain Néstor Susaeta Hummel Seguros Solíss
Alcorcón Spain Fran Fernández Spain Laure Kelme Neev Energy
Almería Spain José María Gutiérrez Spain Fernando Adidas Arabian Centres
Cádiz Spain Álvaro Cervera Spain Alberto Cifuentes Adidas Torrot
Deportivo La Coruña Spain Fernando Vázquez Spain Álex Bergantiños Macron Estrella Galicia 0,0
Elche Spain Pacheta Spain Nino Hummel TM Grupo inmobiliario
Extremadura Spain Manuel Mosquera Spain Willy Ledesma Kappa Hyundai
Fuenlabrada Spain Mere Spain Juanma Marrero Joma Deliave
Girona Spain José Luis Martí Spain Álex Granell Puma Marathonbet
Huesca Spain Míchel Spain Jorge Pulido Kelme Huesca La Magia
Las Palmas Spain Pepe Mel Spain Aythami Artiles Hummel Gran Canaria
Lugo Spain Curro Torres Spain Carlos Pita Kappa Estrella Galicia 0,0
Málaga Spain Sergio Pellicer (caretaker) Spain Adrián González Nike Tesesa
Mirandés Spain Andoni Iraola Spain Gorka Kijera Adidas Miranda Empresas
Numancia Spain Luis Carrión Spain Marc Mateu Erreà 努曼西亚
Oviedo Spain José Ángel Ziganda Spain Saúl Berjón Adidas Oviedo
Ponferradina Spain Bolo Brazil Yuri Adidas Herrero Brigantina
Racing Santander Spain José Luis Oltra Spain Iván Crespo Puma Aldro
Rayo Vallecano Spain Paco Jémez Spain Alberto García Kelme
Sporting Gijón Serbia Miroslav Đukić Spain Carlos Carmona Nike Interwetten
Tenerife Spain Rubén Baraja Spain Suso Hummel Turismo Tenerife
Zaragoza Spain Víctor Fernández Spain Alberto Zapater Adidas Caravan Fragancias

Managerial changes[edit]

Team Outgoing manager Manner of
departure
Date of vacancy Position in table Incoming manager Date of
appointment
Huesca Spain Francisco Resigned 19 May 2019[38] Pre-season Spain Míchel 1 June 2019[39]
Girona Spain Eusebio Sacristán 20 May 2019[40] Spain Juan Carlos Unzué 13 June 2019[41]
Almería Spain Fran Fernández End of contract 10 June 2019 Spain Óscar Fernández 15 June 2019[42]
Tenerife Spain Luis César 11 June 2019[43] Spain Aritz López Garai 21 June 2019[44]
Numancia Spain Aritz López Garai Mutual consent 11 June 2019[45] Spain Luis Carrión 21 June 2019[46]
Deportivo La Coruña Spain José Luis Martí End of contract 27 June 2019[47] Spain Juan Antonio Anquela 2 July 2019[48]
Alcorcón Spain Cristóbal Parralo Sacked 30 June 2019[49] Spain Fran Fernández 1 July 2019[49]
Mirandés Spain Borja Jiménez Signed for Asteras Tripoli 7 July 2019[50] Spain Andoni Iraola 10 July 2019
Almería Spain Óscar Fernández Sacked 3 August 2019 Portugal Pedro Emanuel 4 August 2019[51]
Oviedo Argentina Sergio Egea 15 September 2019[52] 22nd Spain Javi Rozada 15 September 2019[53]
Deportivo La Coruña Spain Juan Antonio Anquela 7 October 2019[54] 20th Spain Luis César Sampedro 7 October 2019[55]
Girona Spain Juan Carlos Unzué 21 October 2019[56] 11th Spain José Luis Martí 28 October 2019[57]
Almería Portugal Pedro Emanuel Mutual consent 4 November 2019[58] 2nd Spain José María Gutiérrez 5 November 2019[59]
Racing Santander Spain Iván Ania Sacked 11 November 2019[60] 21st Spain Cristóbal Parralo 11 November 2019[61]
Tenerife Spain Aritz López Garai 17 November 2019[62] 18th Spain Rubén Baraja 1 December 2019[63]
Sporting Gijón Spain José Alberto López 21 December 2019[64] 15th Serbia Miroslav Đukić 22 December 2019[65]
Lugo Spain Eloy Jiménez 26 December 2019[66] 18th Spain Curro Torres 27 December 2019[67]
Deportivo La Coruña Spain Luis César Sampedro 27 December 2019[68] 22nd Spain Fernando Vázquez 29 December 2019[69]
Málaga Spain Víctor Sánchez 11 January 2020[70] 16th Spain Sergio Pellicer 11 January 2020
Albacete Spain Luis Miguel Ramis 3 February 2020[71] 19th Spain Lucas Alcaraz 3 February 2020[72]
Racing Santander Spain Cristóbal Parralo 4 February 2020[73] 22nd Spain José Luis Oltra 4 February 2020[74]
Oviedo Spain Javi Rozada 18 February 2020[75] 19th Spain José Ángel Ziganda 18 February 2020[76]

League table[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Promotion, qualification or relegation
1 Cádiz 29 15 7 7 38 27 +11 52 Promotion to La Liga
2 Zaragoza 29 14 9 6 42 28 +14 51
3 Almería 29 12 11 6 46 30 +16 47 Qualification to promotion play-offs
4 Huesca 29 14 4 11 35 30 +5 46
5 Girona 29 13 6 10 38 33 +5 45
6 Elche 29 10 10 9 36 31 +5 40
7 Rayo Vallecano 28 8 15 5 35 28 +7 39
8 Fuenlabrada 29 9 12 8 29 27 +2 39
9 Numancia 29 9 11 9 34 31 +3 38
10 Alcorcón 29 8 14 7 33 32 +1 38
11 Sporting Gijón 29 10 8 11 28 29 −1 38
12 Mirandés 29 8 14 7 39 41 −2 38
13 Ponferradina 29 8 13 8 35 33 +2 37
14 Málaga 29 8 13 8 26 25 +1 37
15 Las Palmas 29 9 10 10 33 34 −1 37
16 Tenerife 29 9 9 11 35 35 0 36
17 Deportivo La Coruña 29 8 10 11 28 42 −14 34
18 Albacete 28 9 6 13 22 34 −12 33
19 Lugo 29 7 11 11 27 39 −12 32 Relegation to Segunda División B
20 Extremadura 29 7 9 13 27 39 −12 30
21 Oviedo 29 6 11 12 34 42 −8 29
22 Racing Santander 29 3 15 11 27 37 −10 24
Updated to match(es) played on 23 February 2020. Source: LaLiga Soccerway
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) head-to-head points; 3) head-to-head goal difference; 4) goal difference; 5) number of goals scored[77]

Results[edit]

Home \ Away ALB ALC ALM CAD DEP ELC EXT FUE GIR HUE LPA LUG MGA MIR NUM OVI PON RAC RAY SPO TFE ZAR
Albacete 19 Apr 15 Mar 1–0 0–1 0–1 1–1 1–1 1–0 29 Mar 5 Apr 0–1 1–0 1–2 2–1 1–2 1–1 0–0 1 Mar 3 May 0–4 17 May
Alcorcón 0–1 2–2 3–0 0–1 1–2 0–2 1–1 24 May 0–2 1–1 25 Apr 1–0 8 Mar 2–2 1–3 3–1 1–0 12 Apr 22 Mar 10 May 0–3
Almería 3–0 5 Apr 1–2 8 Mar 0–2 3–2 0–0 3–1 1–0 22 Mar 0–0 24 May 3–1 2–0 2–0 2–3 0–1 10 May 19 Apr 25 Apr 1–1
Cádiz 24 May 29 Mar 1 Mar 0–0 0–0 2–1 10 May 2–0 1–0 2–0 2–1 0–1 3–3 2–4 25 Apr 3–1 1–0 15 Mar 3–1 12 Apr 1–1
Deportivo La Coruña 0–1 0–0 0–0 1–0 1–3 10 May 24 May 2–2 25 Apr 2–1 1 Mar 0–2 1–1 3–3 3–2 12 Apr 2–1 29 Mar 15 Mar 2–1 1–3
Elche 10 May 1–1 1–1 19 Apr 5 Apr 15 Mar 0–2 29 Mar 1–1 2–3 1–1 2–0 4–2 1 Mar 24 May 1–0 2–0 1–1 0–1 1–1 1–2
Extremadura 22 Mar 0–0 1–2 3 May 2–0 2–0 1–2 1–3 0–1 0–1 1–0 0–0 3–2 0–0 8 Mar 1–1 19 Apr 0–3 17 May 2–4 5 Apr
Fuenlabrada 0–1 1 Mar 2–2 1–0 1–1 17 May 12 Apr 0–1 3–2 0–0 0–1 0–0 25 Apr 29 Mar 2–1 1–1 3 May 2–2 2–0 15 Mar 2–1
Girona 8 Mar 0–0 3 May 17 May 3–1 0–2 3–1 2–0 1–0 1–0 3–1 1–0 0–3 5 Apr 1–1 2–0 22 Mar 3–1 1–1 1–0 19 Apr
Huesca 0–1 3 May 3–2 5 Apr 3–1 2–0 1 Mar 8 Mar 1–0 19 Apr 2–1 2–0 22 Mar 17 May 3–1 2–0 1–1 0–2 1–0 2–1 2–1
Las Palmas 3–2 1–1 0–3 1–2 3–0 12 Apr 24 May 1–3 15 Mar 0–1 29 Mar 1 Mar 10 May 3–1 3–1 25 Apr 2–2 1–1 1–0 0–0 0–1
Lugo 1–0 2–4 0–4 8 Mar 0–0 2–2 0–0 2–0 10 May 3–2 0–2 5 Apr 24 May 19 Apr 1–0 2–2 1–1 1–0 1–2 1–4 22 Mar
Málaga 17 May 25 Apr 0–1 1–2 3 May 3–3 29 Mar 0–0 12 Apr 15 Mar 1–1 1–1 2–2 2–1 2–1 1–0 2–0 1–1 0–0 2–0 8 Mar
Mirandés 1–1 2–2 12 Apr 1–2 17 May 3 May 2–0 2–1 1 Mar 2–0 2–1 1–1 1–1 15 Mar 2–1 29 Mar 0–0 0–0 0–0 0–0 1–1
Numancia 1–0 0–1 1–1 22 Mar 0–1 1–1 25 Apr 1–0 2–0 1–0 1–1 3–1 0–0 2–0 12 Apr 10 May 8 Mar 2–2 2–0 24 May 0–1
Oviedo 3–1 1–2 0–0 0–2 22 Mar 0–2 1–1 5 Apr 4–2 1–1 3 May 1–1 1–1 19 Apr 1–1 15 Mar 17 May 2–1 0–0 1 Mar 2–2
Ponferradina 1–1 1–1 17 May 0–0 2–0 22 Mar 0–0 19 Apr 1–1 3–1 0–2 3 May 1–0 2–0 1–1 2–1 5 Apr 1–1 1 Mar 4–0 1–1
Racing Santander 12 Apr 1–1 1–1 1–2 1–1 25 Apr 3–0 2–2 0–3 10 May 1–1 15 Mar 0–1 4–0 0–0 1–1 2–2 24 May 0–2 29 Mar 1 Mar
Rayo Vallecano Susp.[a] 1–1 1–1 1–1 3–1 8 Mar 1–1 22 Mar 1–0 2–0 17 May 1–0 19 Apr 2–2 3 May 1–1 1–3 2–0 5 Apr 2–1 0–1
Sporting Gijón 2–0 1–3 4–2 1–0 1–1 1–0 0–1 1–0 25 Apr 24 May 8 Mar 12 Apr 10 May 2–2 0–1 29 Mar 1–0 1–1 1–1 0–2 4–0
Tenerife 4–2 0–0 1–3 1–1 19 Apr 1–0 1–2 0–1 1–0 0–0 0–0 17 May 22 Mar 5 Apr 3–2 0–1 8 Mar 3–3 0–0 2–1 3 May
Zaragoza 0–1 15 Mar 29 Mar 0–2 3–1 1–0 3–1 0–0 3–3 12 Apr 3–0 0–0 2–2 1–2 1–0 10 May 24 May 2–0 25 Apr 2–0 2–0
Updated to match(es) played on 23 February 2020. Source: LaLiga
Colours: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.
Notes:
  1. ^ Match suspended at halftime due to insults from Rayo Vallecano fans towards Roman Zozulya.[78]

Season statistics[edit]

Top goalscorers[edit]

As of 16 February 2020[79]
Rank Player Club Goals
1 Uruguay Cristhian Stuani Girona 22
2 Brazil Yuri Ponferradina 16
3 Colombia Luis Suárez Zaragoza 15
4 Spain Stoichkov Alcorcón 12
5 Spain Alfredo Ortuño Oviedo 11
6 Spain Álex Fernández Cádiz 10
Uruguay Darwin Núñez Almería
Albania Armando Sadiku Málaga
Spain Curro Sánchez Numancia
Spain Jonathan Viera Las Palmas
11 Spain Hugo Fraile Fuenlabrada 9
Spain Martín Merquelanz Mirandés

Top assists[edit]

As of 16 February 2020[80]
Rank Player Club Assists
1 Spain Adri Embarba Rayo Vallecano 11
2 Spain Saúl Berjón Oviedo 9
3 Spain Álvaro Cejudo Racing Santander 6
Spain Juan Cruz Elche
Spain David Ferreiro Huesca
Spain Manu García Sporting Gijón
Spain Martín Merquelanz Mirandés
Spain Salvi Sánchez Cádiz
Spain Marco Sangalli Oviedo
10 Spain Fidel Elche 5
Spain Juan Muñoz Almería
Spain Curro Sánchez Numancia

Zamora Trophy[edit]

As of 16 February 2020[81]

The Zamora Trophy is awarded by newspaper Marca to the goalkeeper with the lowest goals-to-games ratio. A goalkeeper has to have played at least 28 games of 60 or more minutes to be eligible for the trophy.[82]

Rank Name Club Goals
against
Matches Average
1 Spain Alberto Cifuentes Cádiz 23 27 0.85
2 Spain Biel Ribas Fuenlabrada 26 27 0.96
3 Spain Dani Barrio Numancia 29 28 1.04
Spain Diego Mariño Sporting Gijón
5 Spain Dani Giménez Deportivo La Coruña 39 28 1.39

Hat-tricks[edit]

Player For Against Result Date Round Reference
Uruguay Cristhian Stuani Girona Rayo Vallecano 3–1 (H) 8 September 2019 3 [83]
Spain Fidel Elche Mirandés 4–2 (H) 3 November 2019 14
Note

(H) – Home ; (A) – Away

Discipline[edit]

As of 16 February 2020[84]

Player[edit]

Team[edit]

  • Most yellow cards: 95
    • Las Palmas
  • Most red cards: 7
    • Alcorcón
    • Cádiz
    • Oviedo
    • Racing Santander
    • Tenerife
  • Fewest yellow cards: 56
    • Ponferradina
  • Fewest red cards: 1
    • Elche
    • Málaga

Match ball[edit]

On 15 April 2019, Puma announced their official partnership with Segunda División to manufacture the official match ball for the Liga de Fútbol Profesional. This ends Segunda División's 23-year partnership with Nike.[85]

Average attendances[edit]

Attendances include play-off games.

Pos Team Total High Low Average Change
1 Zaragoza 301,009 27,024 10,798 21,501 +5.0%
2 Sporting Gijón 244,010 22,072 13,782 17,429 −5.2%
3 Deportivo La Coruña 235,972 27,151 8,457 16,855 −4.5%
4 Cádiz 220,583 18,433 11,237 15,756 +18.7%
5 Málaga 199,061 18,261 12,341 15,312 −17.3%
6 Oviedo 180,185 20,499 8,667 12,870 −4.2%
7 Racing Santander 178,616 20,158 9,785 12,758 +41.1%2
8 Las Palmas 164,643 21,248 7,699 11,760 −3.6%
9 Tenerife 148,710 18,000 7,878 10,622 −5.3%
10 Almería 128,879 13,107 7,361 9,914 +41.9%
11 Elche 131,064 11,287 8,194 9,362 −0.7%
12 Rayo Vallecano 125,037 10,447 5,876 8,931 −24.6%1
13 Albacete 103,187 9,115 5,695 7,937 −18.3%
14 Girona 108,567 8,790 5,679 7,755 −28.1%1
15 Extremadura 88,926 8,650 3,264 6,352 −36.9%
16 Huesca 88,810 7,202 5,264 6,344 −4.1%1
17 Ponferradina 81,755 6,535 4,882 5,450 −2.9%2
18 Fuenlabrada 71,465 5,344 4,563 5,105 n/a2
19 Numancia 53,004 5,734 2,634 3,534 +2.4%
20 Lugo 45,122 4,537 2,434 3,223 −14.4%
21 Mirandés 46,692 4,058 2,624 3,113 +29.8%2
22 Alcorcón 36,648 3,646 1,770 2,618 −7.4%
League total 2,981,945 27,151 1,770 9,682 −8.5%

Updated to games played on 19 February 2020
Source: LaLiga.es
Notes:
1: Team played last season in La Liga.
2: Team played last season in Segunda División B.

LFP Awards[edit]

Monthly[edit]

Month Player of the Month Reference
Player Club
September Senegal Sekou Gassama Almería [86]
October Honduras Anthony Lozano Cádiz [87]
November Spain Fidel Elche [88]
December Spain Jonathan Viera Las Palmas [89]
January Spain Sabin Merino Deportivo La Coruña [90]

Number of teams by autonomous community[edit]

Rank Autonomous Community Number Teams
1  Andalusia 3 Almería, Cádiz and Málaga
 Castile and León Mirandés, Numancia and Ponferradina
 Community of Madrid Alcorcón, Fuenlabrada and Rayo Vallecano
4  Aragon 2 Huesca and Zaragoza
 Asturias Oviedo and Sporting Gijón
 Canary Islands Las Palmas and Tenerife
 Galicia Deportivo La Coruña and Lugo
8  Cantabria 1 Racing Santander
 Castilla–La Mancha Albacete
 Catalonia Girona
 Extremadura Extremadura
 Valencian Community Elche

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