1983–84 Segunda División

The 1983–84 Segunda División season saw 20 teams participate in the second flight Spanish league. Hércules CF, Racing de Santander and Elche CF were promoted to Primera División. Linares CF, Algeciras CF, Palencia CF and Rayo Vallecano were relegated to Segunda División B.

Final table

Key to colors in league table:
Promoted to Primera División
Relegated to Segunda División B
Position Club Played Points Wins Draws Losses Goals for Goals against Goal Difference
1 Castilla CF 1 38 50+12 19 12 7 69 47 +22
2 Bilbao Athletic 2 38 50+12 20 10 8 61 39 +22
3 Hércules CF 38 45+7 16 13 9 46 35 +11
4 Racing de Santander 38 44+6 16 12 10 53 39 +14
5 Elche CF 38 43+5 16 11 11 64 40 +24
6 Celta de Vigo 38 42+4 15 12 11 45 36 +9
7 Barcelona Atlètic 38 40+2 14 12 12 55 48 +7
8 Granada CF 38 40+2 15 10 13 42 36 +6
9 Deportivo de La Coruña 38 39+1 14 11 13 37 39 -2
10 CD Castellón 38 37-1 14 9 15 45 57 -12
11 UD Las Palmas 38 36-2 12 12 14 46 52 -6
12 Recreativo de Huelva 38 36-2 12 12 14 32 48 -16
13 Real Oviedo 38 35-3 13 9 16 44 49 -5
14 Atlético Madrileño 38 34-4 12 10 16 64 63 +1
15 CD Tenerife 38 34-4 11 12 15 45 49 -4
16 Cartagena FC 38 33-5 9 15 14 35 46 -11
17 Linares CF 38 32-6 11 10 17 39 55 -24
18 Algeciras CF 38 32-6 10 12 16 34 45 -11
19 Palencia CF 38 29-9 8 13 17 33 49 -16
20 Rayo Vallecano 38 29-9 7 15 16 34 51 -17

1 Castilla CF were ineligible for promotion as they were the reserve team of Real Madrid.
2 Bilbao Athletic were ineligible for promotion for as they were the reserve team of Athletic Bilbao.

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