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1970–71 Segunda División

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1970–71 Segunda División

The 1970–71 Segunda División season saw 20 teams participate in the second flight Spanish league. Betis, Burgos, Deportivo and Córdoba were promoted to Primera División. Ontinyent, Calvo Sotelo and Moscardó were relegated to Tercera División.

Key to colors in league table:
Promoted to Primera División
Relegation playoff
Relegated to Tercera División
Position Club Played Points Wins Draws Losses Goals for Goals against Goal Difference
1 Real Betis 38 53 20 13 5 54 28 +26
2 Burgos CF 38 45 19 7 12 46 30 +16
3 Deportivo La Coruña 38 45 18 9 11 44 32 +12
4 Córdoba CF 38 45 17 11 10 50 30 +20
5 Rayo Vallecano 38 45 18 9 11 51 29 +21
6 CD Castellón 38 43 16 11 11 40 31 +9
7 CD San Andrés 38 40 14 12 12 34 36 -2
8 Club Ferrol 38 40 16 8 14 39 43 -4
9 RCD Mallorca 38 40 12 16 10 43 35 +8
10 Pontevedra CF 38 40 15 10 13 44 41 +3
11 Hércules CF 38 37 13 11 14 39 48 -9
12 Cádiz CF 38 37 11 15 12 32 40 -8
13 Real Santander 38 36 15 6 17 48 50 -2
14 Real Oviedo 38 34 12 10 16 41 37 +4
15 CD Logroñés 38 33 10 13 15 35 38 -3
16 Villarreal CF 38 32 11 10 17 37 55 -18
17 UP Langreo 38 32 11 10 17 24 42 -18
18 Onteniente CF 38 31 8 15 15 30 47 -17
19 CF Calvo Sotelo 38 29 11 7 20 38 48 -10
20 Colonia Moscardó 38 23 6 11 21 22 51 -29

Relegation playoff

leg home away agg
Real Oviedo - Palencia CF 2:0 2:1 4:1
UP Langreo - CD Ourense 1:1 3:1 4:1
CD Logroñés - Cartagena FC 3:0 0:2 3:2
Girona FC - Villarreal CF 1:2 0:2 1:4

Pichichi Trophy

Goalscorers Goal Team
Spain Cuesta
17
Córdoba
Spain Santillana
17
Racing Santander
Spain Marcos
16
Hércules
Spain Galán
15
Real Oviedo
Spain Isauro
14
Betis

External links

  • (Spanish) Official LFP Site

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