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1986–87 Segunda División B

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1986–87 Segunda División B

The 1986–87 Segunda División B season saw 22 teams participate in the third flight Spanish league.

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 Tenerife 42 59 21 17 4 70 33 +37
2 Lleida 42 57 23 11 8 71 32 +39
3 Granada 42 56 22 12 8 55 39 +16
4 Real Burgos 42 54 19 16 7 45 20 +25
5 Salamanca 42 53 17 19 6 60 34 +26
6 Pontevedra 42 47 19 9 14 44 38 +6
7 Eibar 42 47 18 11 13 55 33 +22
8 Linense 42 44 19 6 17 43 36 +7
9 Córdoba 42 42 15 12 15 53 59 -6
10 Alzira 42 41 13 15 14 41 56 -15
11 Lugo 42 40 14 12 16 44 51 -7
12 Alcoyano 42 40 16 8 18 56 65 -9
13 Orense 42 40 14 12 16 44 42 +2
14 Atl. Madrileño 42 39 11 17 14 50 47 +3
15 San Sebastián CF 42 38 12 14 16 60 63 -3
16 Gandía 42 38 12 14 16 49 51 -2
17 Albacete 42 37 13 11 18 41 45 -4
18 Dep. Aragón 42 36 14 8 20 35 50 -15
19 Ceuta 42 34 11 12 19 42 60 -18
20 Polideportivo Almería 42 31 9 13 20 38 60 -22
21 Mallorca Atl. 42 26 7 12 23 35 70 -35
22 Poblense 42 25 8 9 25 37 84 -47

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