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1983–84 Segunda División B

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1983–84 Segunda División B

The 1983–84 Segunda División B season saw 40 teams participate in the third flight Spanish league.

Group I

Key to colors in league table:
Promoted to Segunda División
Relegated to Tercera División
Position Club Played Points Wins Draws Losses Goals for Goals against Goal Difference
1 CE Sabadell FC 38 51 19 13 6 73 31 +42
2 CD Logroñés 38 51 21 9 8 68 26 +42
3 Dep. Alavés 38 50 21 8 9 65 35 +30
4 UD Figueras 38 48 20 8 10 56 47 +9
5 Gim. Tarragona 38 47 19 9 10 57 38 +19
6 Sestao SC 38 46 18 10 10 57 36 +21
7 CD Binéfar 38 42 17 8 13 50 40 +10
8 UD Lérida 38 42 16 10 12 53 39 +14
9 San Sebastián CF 38 41 15 11 12 43 38 +5
10 Andorra FC 38 41 14 13 11 52 44 +8
11 Osasuna Promesas 38 38 15 8 15 39 44 -5
12 CD Endesa Andorra 38 37 14 9 15 47 50 -3
13 Sporting Gijón Atl. 38 37 16 5 17 50 47 +3
14 SD Compostela 38 33 11 11 16 41 55 -13
15 Arosa SC 38 30 11 8 19 39 64 -25
16 Real Avilés Indust. 38 29 11 7 20 50 68 -18
17 Club Erandio 38 29 10 9 19 42 65 -23
18 Barakaldo CF 38 28 11 6 21 46 75 -29
19 SD Huesca 38 24 9 6 23 33 68 -35
20 Racing Ferrol 38 16 3 10 25 25 76 -51

Group II

Key to colors in league table:
Promoted to Segunda División
Relegated to Tercera División
Position Club Played Points Wins Draws Losses Goals for Goals against Goal Difference
1 Lorca Deportiva 38 49 19 11 8 51 28 +23
2 CF Calvo Sotelo 38 48 21 6 11 56 31 +25
3 Real Jaén 38 47 19 9 10 66 44 +22
4 CD Badajoz 38 45 20 5 13 42 30 +12
5 Albacete Balompié 38 42 16 10 12 47 39 +8
6 Xerez CD 38 42 16 10 12 53 41 +12
7 RSD Alcalá 38 42 18 6 14 52 44 +8
8 CD Alcoyano 38 40 15 10 13 52 49 +3
9 AgD Ceuta 38 38 14 10 14 50 46 +4
10 AD Parla 38 37 12 13 13 44 48 -4
11 Dep. Aragón 38 36 15 6 17 49 48 +1
12 UD Poblense 38 36 13 10 15 44 42 +2
13 Zamora CF 38 35 14 7 17 32 38 -6
14 Talavera CF 38 35 11 13 14 38 44 -6
15 Balomp. Linense 38 35 14 7 17 52 71 -19
16 CD Hospitalet 38 35 11 13 14 36 46 -10
17 RC Portuense 38 35 13 9 16 38 51 -13
18 CD Antequerano 38 34 15 4 19 44 52 -8
19 Córdoba CF 38 27 8 11 19 30 57 -27
20 SD Ibiza 38 22 5 12 21 31 58 -35

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