Liga ASOBAL 2009–10

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Liga ASOBAL 2009–10 season (known as the SabadellAtlántico ASOBAL for sponsorship reasons) was the 20th since its establishment. Ciudad Real were the defending champions, having won their 4th La Liga title in the previous season. The campaign began on Saturday, 13 September 2008. The league was originally scheduled to end on 16 May 2009. A total of 16 teams contest the league, 14 of which have already contested in the 2008–09 season, and two of which have been promoted from the División de Honor B. In addition, a new match ball - the SELECT Super Five - is serving as the official ball for all matches. Ciudad Real played a season without a loss and won the title for the 2nd consecutive time.

Promotion and relegation[edit]

Teams promoted from 2008–09 División de Honor B de Balonmano

Teams relegated to 2009–10 División de Honor B de Balonmano

Team information[edit]

Team Venue Capacity
BM Alcobendas Severo Ochoa 3,000
Antequera 2010 Fernando Argüelles 2,575
JD Arrate Polideportivo Ipurua 3,500
CAI BM Aragón Príncipe Felipe 12,000
FC Barcelona Palau Blaugrana 8,250
Ciudad Real Quijote Arena 5,107
Cuenca 2016 El Sargal 1,900
Fraikin Granollers Palau D'Esports 6,500
Frigoríficos del Morrazo O'Gatañal 2,500
Lábaro Toledo Javier Lozano Cid 2,500
Naturhouse La Rioja Palacio de los Deportes 3,851
Octavio Pilotes Posada As Travesas 3,500
Pevafersa Valladolid Huerta del Rey 3,500
Portland San Antonio Pabellón Universitario 3,000
Reale Ademar León Palacio Municipal 6,000
CB Torrevieja Palacio de los Deportes 4,500

League table[edit]

  • Final standings [1]
Team P W D L G+ G- Dif Pts
1 Ciudad Real 30 30 0 0 959 736 223 60
2 Barcelona Borges 30 27 1 2 974 770 204 55
3 Pevafersa Valladolid 30 22 2 6 883 765 118 46
4 Reale Ademar 30 18 4 8 881 806 75 40
5 Naturhouse La Rioja 30 16 2 12 863 843 30 34
6 Reyno de Navarra S.A. 30 16 2 12 914 865 49 34
7 CAI BM Aragón 30 14 3 13 827 845 -18 31
8 Fraikin Granollers 30 12 3 15 884 879 5 27
9 Alcobendas 30 10 5 15 828 872 -44 25
10 Cuenca 2016 30 10 4 16 860 921 -61 24
11 Antequera 2010 30 10 4 16 824 856 -32 24
12 Torrevieja 30 10 1 19 782 857 -75 21
13 Arrate 30 8 3 19 814 911 -97 19
14 Lábaro Toledo 30 8 2 20 832 914 -82 18
15 Octavio Pilotes Posada 30 7 1 22 803 899 -96 15
16 Frigoríficos del Morrazo 30 3 1 26 713 902 -189 7
EHF Champions League
EHF Cup Winners' Cup
EHF Cup
Relegated to División de Honor B
2009–10 Liga ASOBAL winners
Castilla-La Mancha
Ciudad Real
Fifth title

Top goal scorers[edit]

Player Goals Team
Spain Josep Masachs 183 Pilotes Posada
Montenegro Novica Rudović 172 Pilotes Posada
Serbia Dalibor Čutura 160 Arrate
Serbia Ivan Nikčević 159 Reyno de Navarra S.A.
Slovenia Borut Ošlak 156 Frigoríficos Morrazo
Spain David Cuartero 156 Torrevieja
Montenegro Aleksandar Svitlica 151 Fraikin Granollers
Serbia Miloš Pešić 151 Alcobendas
Cuba Jorge Paván 148 Cuenca 2016
Spain Rafael Baena 147 Antequera 2010

Top goalkeepers[edit]

Player Saves Shots Team
Slovenia Blaž Vončina 353 1174 Arrate
Serbia Dimitrije Pejanović 342 1010 Torrevieja
Spain Jorge Martínez 314 973 Antequera 2010
Spain Diego Moyano 309 924 Lábaro Toledo
Sweden Fredrik Ohlander 304 971 Fraikin Granollers
Serbia Danijel Šarić 284 713 Barcelona Borges
Serbia Milan Kosanović 269 947 Frigoríficos Morrazo
Montenegro Rade Mijatović 251 822 Alcobendas
Sweden Tomas Svensson 243 665 Pevafersa Valladolid
Spain Iñaki Malumbres 243 756 CAI BM Aragón

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