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1986–87 Segunda División

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1986–87 Segunda División

The 1986–87 Segunda División season saw 18 teams participate in the second flight Spanish league.

It was the longest season ever in Spanish football. The league was reduced to 18 teams and had two phases. In the first one all 18 teams played each other twice (home and away). At the end of the first phase, the first twelve teams qualified for promotion groups (Group A1 for teams that finished in an odd position and Group A2 for teams that finished in an even position) and last six qualified for relegation group (Group B). In the second phase, teams played only against teams of the same group twice (home and away) and carried their first phase record. Champions of promotion groups (Valencia CF and Celta de Vigo) and best second (CD Logroñés) were promoted to Primera División. Last three in relegation group should have been relegated at the end of the season, but in the middle of the season it was decided that Primera División and Segunda División would be expanded to 20 teams. Finally, there were no relegations to Segunda División B.

First phase

Key to colors in league table
Qualify for Group A1 (Promotion)
Qualify for Group A2 (Promotion)
Qualify for Group B (Relegation)
Position Club Played Points Wins Draws Losses Goals for Goals against Goal Difference
1 Valencia CF 34 46+12 19 8 7 53 26 +27
2 Deportivo de La Coruña 34 43+9 16 11 7 46 33 +13
3 CD Logroñés 34 41+7 16 9 9 46 33 +13
4 Celta de Vigo 34 40+6 17 6 11 56 35 +21
5 Recreativo de Huelva 34 39+5 18 3 13 53 44 +9
6 Sestao 34 38+4 13 12 9 38 23 +15
7 Elche CF 34 36+2 12 12 10 31 28 +3
8 Rayo Vallecano 34 35+1 10 15 9 28 28 0
9 Bilbao Athletic 34 35+1 12 11 11 51 54 -3
10 CD Castellón 34 34 13 8 13 38 42 -4
11 Hércules CF 34 32-2 12 8 14 38 43 -5
12 CD Málaga 34 32-2 10 12 12 43 39 +4
13 Barcelona Atlètic 34 32-2 11 10 13 42 46 -4
14 Real Oviedo 34 30-4 9 12 13 33 46 -13
15 UE Figueres 34 29-5 9 11 14 39 40 -1
16 Cartagena FC 34 27-7 7 13 14 34 51 -17
17 Castilla CF 34 24-10 7 10 17 30 51 -21
18 Jerez Deportivo 34 19-15 4 11 19 21 58 -37

Second phase

Key to colors in league tables:
Promoted to Primera División

Group A1 (Promotion)

Position Club Played Points Wins Draws Losses Goals for Goals against Goal Difference
1 Valencia CF 1 44 57+13 24 9 11 67 36 +31
2 CD Logroñés 2 44 54+10 22 10 12 59 43 +16
3 Recreativo de Huelva 44 50+6 23 4 17 66 56 +10
4 Elche CF 44 48+4 17 14 13 45 43 +2
5 Hércules CF 44 41-3 16 9 19 55 56 -1
6 Bilbao Athletic 44 39-5 14 11 19 61 75 -14

Group A2 (Promotion)

Position Club Played Points Wins Draws Losses Goals for Goals against Goal Difference
1 Celta de Vigo 1 44 54+10 23 8 13 71 41 +30
2 Sestao 2 44 52+8 19 14 11 47 27 +20
3 Deportivo de La Coruña 44 51+7 19 13 12 58 47 +11
4 CD Castellón 44 44 16 12 16 44 52 -8
5 Rayo Vallecano 44 41-3 12 17 15 40 44 -4
6 CD Málaga 44 40-4 12 16 16 57 57 0

1 Valencia CF was declared champion of Segunda División for having better record than Celta de Vigo.
2 CD Logroñés was promoted to Primera División for having better record than Sestao.

Group B (Relegation)

Since Primera and Segunda División would be expanded to 20 teams, no teams were relegated to Segunda División B.

Position Club Played Points Wins Draws Losses Goals for Goals against Goal Difference
1 Barcelona Atlètic 44 42-2 16 10 18 56 58 -2
2 UE Figueres 44 42-2 15 12 17 59 53 +6
3 Cartagena FC 44 42-2 14 14 16 52 67 -15
4 Real Oviedo 44 40-4 13 14 17 50 64 -14
5 Castilla CF 44 33-11 11 11 22 49 71 -22
6 Jerez Deportivo 44 22-22 5 12 27 32 78 -46

Pichichi Trophy for Top Goalscorers

Last updated June 21, 2009
Goalscorers Goals Team
Baltazar
34
Celta de Vigo
Noel Alzugaray
24
Recreativo de Huelva
Vicente Celeiro
22
Deportivo de La Coruña
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