Liga ASOBAL 1993–94

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Liga ASOBAL 1993–94 season was the fourth since its establishment. The league was played in a two phases. In the first phase, a total of 16 teams were separate in two groups of eight teams. The first four of every groups passed to the second phase for the title. The last four passed to the second phase for the permanence in Liga ASOBAL.

First phase[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team P W D L G+ G- Dif Pts
1 Granollers 14 12 0 2 369 302 67 24
2 Juventud Alcalá 14 7 3 4 333 324 9 17
3 Puleva Maristas 14 8 0 6 383 356 27 16
4 Avidesa Alzira 14 8 0 6 337 320 17 16
5 CajaPontevedra 14 7 1 6 312 320 –8 15
6 Valladolid 14 7 1 6 350 341 9 15
7 Ciudad Real 14 4 1 9 316 361 –45 9
8 Academia Octavio 14 0 0 14 296 372 –76 0
Second Round (title)
Second Round (permanence)

Group B[edit]

Team P W D L G+ G- Dif Pts
1 Barcelona 14 13 1 0 355 289 66 27
2 Elgorriaga Bidasoa 14 11 0 3 343 316 27 22
3 Teka 14 8 3 3 370 324 46 19
4 Cadagua Gáldar 14 7 3 4 380 369 11 17
5 Conquense 14 4 3 7 318 334 –16 11
6 Atl. Madrid Alcobendas 14 3 3 8 336 342 –6 9
7 Arrate 14 2 0 12 295 362 –67 4
8 Guadalajara 14 1 1 12 304 365 –61 3
Second Round (title)
Second Round (permanence)

Second phase[edit]

Group I[edit]

Team P W D L G+ G- Dif Pts
1 Barcelona 14 11 2 1 341 289 52 24
2 Teka 14 7 2 5 332 319 13 16
3 Juventud Alcalá 14 7 2 5 342 348 –6 16
4 Granollers 14 7 1 6 327 337 –10 15
5 Elgorriaga Bidasoa 14 6 2 6 331 328 3 14
6 Avidesa Alzira 14 6 1 7 310 331 –21 13
7 Cadagua Gáldar 14 4 2 8 394 404 –10 10
8 Puleva Maristas 14 2 0 12 343 364 –21 4
EHF Champions League
EHF Cup Winners' Cup
EHF Cup
EHF City Cup

Championship playoffs[edit]

quarter-finals semi-finals final
                                         
1 Barcelona 27 26 _
8 Puleva Maristas 27 22 _
1 Barcelona 18 24 _
5 Elgorriaga Bidasoa 19 25 _
4 Granollers 21 22 18
5 Elgorriaga Bidasoa 19 25 21
5 Elgorriaga Bidasoa 20 16 24 22
2 Teka 22 23 19 23
2 Teka 23 37 _
7 Cadagua Gáldar 22 23 _
2 Teka 28 22 27
6 Avidesa Alzira 22 26 24
3 Juventud Alcalá 29 27 _
6 Avidesa Alzira 32 30 _
1993–94 Liga ASOBAL winners
Cantabria
Teka
Second title

Group II[edit]

Team P W D L G+ G- Dif Pts
1 CajaPontevedra 20 13 1 6 463 436 27 27
2 Conquense 20 12 2 6 467 434 33 26
3 Ciudad Real 20 12 1 7 498 452 46 25
4 Valladolid 20 11 3 6 487 444 43 25
5 Atl. Madrid Alcobendas 20 7 4 9 491 488 3 18
6 Guadalajara 20 6 3 11 408 468 –60 15
7 Arrate 20 6 2 12 464 499 –35 14
8 Academia Octavio 20 4 2 14 423 480 –57 10
In–Out promotion
Relegated

In–Out promotion[edit]

1st leg[edit]

2nd leg[edit]

  • Guadalajara & Atl. Madrid Alcobendas remained in Liga ASOBAL.
  • Later, Atl. Madrid Alcobendas was dissolved and Academia Octavio maintained its seat.

Top goal scorers[edit]

Player Goals Team
Soviet Union Valery Gopin 151 Puleva Maristas
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Nedeljko Jovanović 123 Elgorriaga Bidasoa
Spain Juan Francisco Alemany 119 Avidesa Alzira
Spain Alfredo Mayoral 118 Conquense
Spain Antonio Ortega 110 Puleva Maristas
Czech Republic Václav Lanča 108 Guadalajara
Soviet Union Serhiy Bebeshko 105 Ciudad Real
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zoran Tomić 101 Valladolid
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dalibor Brajić 99 Academia Octavio
Poland Bogdan Wenta 96 Barcelona