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1929 Segunda División

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1929 Segunda División

The 1929 Segunda División Grupo A season saw 10 teams participate in the second flight Spanish league. There was no team promoted to Primera División. Celta and Racing de Madrid were relegated to Tercera División.

Stadia and locations

Team Home city Stadium Capacity
Sevilla Foot-ball Club Sevilla Nervión 12.000
Iberia Sport Club Zaragoza Campo de Torrero 8.000
Club Deportivo Alavés Vitoria Mendizorroza -
Real Sporting de Gijón Gijón Estadio El Molinón 6.000
Valencia Foot-ball Club Valencia Mestalla 25.000
Real Betis Balompié Sevilla Campo del Patronato Obrero 9.000
Real Oviedo Foot-ball Club Oviedo Teatinos -
Real Club Deportivo de La Coruña La Coruña Riazor -
Real Club Celta Vigo Balaídos -
Racing Club de Madrid Madrid Paseo del General Martínez Campos -

League Table

Key to colors in league table:
Promotion playoff
Relegated to Tercera División
Pos Team Pld Pts W D L GF GA GD
1 Sevilla FC 18 22 8 6 4 35 24 +11
2 Iberia SC 18 22 9 4 5 33 27 +6
3 Deportivo Alavés 18 21 8 5 5 28 20 +8
4 R. Sporting de Gijón 18 19 7 5 6 41 35 +6
5 Valencia FC 18 19 8 3 7 33 31 +2
6 Real Betis 18 18 7 4 7 35 36 -1
7 Real Oviedo FC 18 17 7 3 8 43 39 +4
8 Deportivo de La Coruña 18 16 6 4 8 27 37 -10
9 RC Celta 18 13 4 5 9 29 38 -9
10 Racing de Madrid 18 13 6 1 11 31 48 -17

Promotion playoff

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Sevilla 2–3 Racing Santander 2–1 0–2

External links

  • LFP website
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