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1993–94 Segunda División

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1993–94 Segunda División

The 1993–94 Segunda División season saw 20 teams participate in the second flight Spanish league. RCD Español, Real Betis and SD Compostela were promoted to Primera División. CD Castellón, Real Murcia, Real Burgos and Cádiz CF were relegated to Segunda División B.

Final table

Key to colors in league table:
Promoted to Primera División
Promotion playoff
Relegated to Segunda División B
Position Club Played Points Wins Draws Losses Goals for Goals against Goal Difference
1 RCD Español 38 52 20 12 6 59 25 +34
2 Real Betis 38 51 22 7 9 66 38 +28
3 SD Compostela 38 49 21 7 10 56 36 +20
4 CD Toledo 38 47 18 11 9 50 32 +18
5 RCD Mallorca 38 47 20 7 11 66 39 +27
6 Real Madrid B 38 46 19 8 11 57 41 +16
7 Hércules CF 38 44 16 12 10 41 35 +6
8 Barcelona B 38 39 11 17 10 59 51 +8
9 CP Mérida 38 37 12 13 13 47 41 +6
10 SD Eibar 38 35 10 15 13 30 40 -10
11 CD Badajoz 38 35 12 11 15 45 46 -1
12 Atlético Marbella 38 35 10 15 13 40 41 -1
13 Palamós CF 38 34 11 12 15 40 49 -9
14 Athletic de Bilbao B 38 34 10 14 14 46 52 -6
15 CD Leganés 38 34 11 12 15 53 59 -6
16 Villarreal CF 38 34 14 6 18 29 48 -19
17 CD Castellón 38 32 9 14 15 30 48 -18
18 Real Murcia 38 31 10 11 17 40 64 -24
19 Real Burgos 1 38 26 10 6 22 38 68 -30
20 Cádiz CF 38 18 4 10 24 28 67 -39

1 Real Burgos was relegated to Tercera División for not paying its players, but was not allowed to compete.

Promotion playoff

Home Matches:
Rayo Vallecano 1-1 SD Compostela
CD Toledo 1-0 Real Valladolid
Away Matches:
SD Compostela 0-0 Rayo Vallecano Agg:1-1
Real Valladolid 4-0 CD Toledo Agg:4-1
Tie Breaker:
In Oviedo
Rayo Vallecano 1-3 SD Compostela
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