Liga ASOBAL 2010–11

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Liga ASOBAL
Season 2010–11
Champions FC Barcelona Borges
Relegated Toledo & Alcobendas
EHF Champions League Barcelona Borges, Renovalia Ciudad Real & Reale Ademar
EHF Cup Fraikin Granollers, Cuatro Rayas Valladolid & CAI BM Aragón
Matches played 240
Goals scored 13620 (56.75 per match)
Top goalscorer Rafael Baena (Antequera) – 179 goals
Biggest home win Cuatro Rayas Toledo 44–21 Toledo
Biggest away win Alcobendas 26–40 Naturhouse La Rioja
Highest scoring Reale Ademar 34–41 Ciudad Real

Liga ASOBAL 2010–11 season was the 21st since its establishment. Ciudad Real were the defending champions, having won their 5th La Liga title in the previous season. The campaign began on Saturday, 11 September 2010. The league was originally scheduled to end on 21 May 2011. A total of 16 teams contested the league, 14 of which had already contested in the 2009–10 season, and two of which were promoted from the División de Plata.

Barcelona Borges won their tenth ASOBAL title.

Promotion and relegation[edit]

Teams promoted from 2009–10 División de Honor B de Balonmano

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

Team information[edit]

Team Venue Capacity
Alcobendas Severo Ochoa 3,000
Antequera Fernando Argüelles 2,575
Arrate Polideportivo Ipurua 3,500
CAI BM Aragón Príncipe Felipe 12,000
Barcelona Borges Palau Blaugrana 8,250
Renovalia Ciudad Real Quijote Arena 5,107
Cuenca 2016 El Sargal 1,900
Fraikin Granollers Palau D'Esports 6,500
Alser Puerto Sagunto Pabellón Municipal 1,500
Toledo Javier Lozano Cid 2,500
Naturhouse La Rioja Palacio de los Deportes 3,851
Quabit Guadalajara Multiusos de Guadalajara 5,894
Cuatro Rayas Valladolid Huerta del Rey 3,500
AMAYA Sport S.A. Pabellón Universitario 3,000
Reale Ademar León Palacio Municipal 6,000
Torrevieja Palacio de los Deportes 4,500

League table[edit]

  • Final standings [1]
Team P W D L G+ G- Dif Pts
1 Barcelona Borges 30 29 0 1 1003 747 256 58
2 Renovalia Ciudad Real 30 27 0 3 986 777 209 54
3 Reale Ademar 30 20 4 6 937 853 84 43
4 Fraikin Granollers 30 20 1 9 911 796 115 43
5 Cuatro Rayas Valladolid 30 20 1 9 878 795 83 41
6 CAI BM Aragón 30 18 4 8 902 853 49 40
7 AMAYA Sport S.A. 30 15 2 13 840 816 24 32
8 Cuenca 2016 30 13 2 15 814 836 –22 28
9 Naturhouse La Rioja 30 13 0 17 820 840 –20 26
10 Antequera 30 12 2 16 796 839 –43 24
11 Torrevieja 30 10 2 18 734 823 –89 22
12 Alser Puerto Sagunto 30 8 4 18 811 883 –72 21
13 Quabit Guadalajara 30 6 6 18 832 919 –87 18
14 Arrate 30 5 4 21 740 877 –137 14
15 Toledo 30 4 3 23 799 945 –146 11
16 Alcobendas 30 1 3 26 730 930 –200 5
EHF Champions League
EHF Cup
EHF Cup Winners' Cup
Relegated to División de Honor B
2010–11 Liga ASOBAL winners
Catalonia
Barcelona Borges
Tenth title

Top goal scorers [2][edit]

Player Goals Team
Spain Rafael Baena 179 Antequera
Slovakia Martin Straňovský 161 Reale Ademar León
Cuba Jorge Paván 161 Cuenca 2016
Montenegro Nikola Prce 157 Alser Puerto Sagunto
Spain Rafael da Costa 154 Cuenca 2016
Montenegro Novica Rudović 153 Quabit Guadalajara
Spain Juanín García 152 Barcelona Borges
Norway Håvard Tvedten 148 Cuatro Rayas Valladolid
Spain David Cuartero 148 Torrevieja
Spain Antonio García 146 Fraikin Granollers


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