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1929–30 Segunda División

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1929–30 Segunda División

The 1929–30 Segunda División season saw 10 teams participate in the second flight Spanish league. Alavés was promoted to Primera División. Cultural Leonesa was relegated to Tercera División.


Stadia and locations

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Location of (qualified) teams in Segunda División
Team Home city Stadium Stadium capacity
Club Deportivo Alavés Vitoria
Real Sporting de Gijón Gijón
Iberia Sport Club Zaragoza
Sevilla Foot-ball Club Sevilla
Real Oviedo Foot-ball Club Oviedo
Valencia Foot-ball Club Valencia
Real Club Deportivo de La Coruña La Coruña
Real Murcia Foot-ball Club Murcia
Real Betis Balompié Sevilla
Cultural y Deportiva Leonesa León

League table

Key to colors in league table:
Promoted to Primera División
Relegated to Tercera División
Pos Club P Pts W D L GF GA DG
1 Deportivo Alavés 18 22 9 4 5 44 19 +25
2 Sporting de Gijón 18 21 9 3 6 29 28 +1
3 Iberia SC 18 21 6 9 3 26 22 +4
4 Sevilla FC 18 20 9 2 7 41 26 +15
5 Real Oviedo FC 18 18 8 2 8 37 44 -7
6 Valencia FC 18 18 7 4 7 40 43 -3
7 Deportivo de La Coruña 18 17 6 5 7 33 37 -4
8 Real Murcia 18 15 6 3 9 40 50 -10
9 Real Betis 18 14 6 2 10 29 39 -10
10 Cultural Leonesa 18 14 5 4 9 30 41 -11

External links

  • LFP website

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