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1929 Segunda División Grupo B

The 1929 Segunda División Grupo B season saw 10 teams participate in the third level Spanish league. Cultural Leonesa and Real Murcia were promoted to the 1929–30 Segunda División. There were no teams relegated to another division. The following season this division renamed the Tercera División.

Stadia and locations

Zaragoza
Castellón
Gimnástica Torrelavega
Club City Stadium Capacity
Cultural y Deportiva Leonesa León Campo de Guzmán -
Real Murcia Football Club Murcia La Condomina -
Club Deportivo Castellón Castellón de la Plana Campo del Sequiol 6.000
Gimnástica de Torrelavega Torrelavega El Malecón -
Real Zaragoza Club Deportivo Zaragoza Campo de la calle del Asalto -
Real Valladolid Deportivo Valladolid Estadio de la Sociedad Taurina 4.000
Club Atlético Osasuna Pamplona Campo de San Juan 20.000
Tolosa Football Club Tolosa Berazubi -
Baracaldo Football Club Baracaldo Lasesarre -
Cartagena Football Club Cartagena Stadium Cartagenero -

League table

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Cultural Leonesa 18 13 0 5 55 31 +24 26
2 Murcia 18 11 2 5 56 37 +19 24
3 Castellón 18 11 1 6 54 34 +20 23
4 Gimnástica Torrelavega 18 8 4 6 35 38 −3 20
5 Zaragoza 18 9 2 7 45 41 +4 20
6 Valladolid 18 9 1 8 44 46 −2 19
7 Osasuna 18 6 3 9 35 41 −6 15
8 Tolosa 18 5 2 11 26 46 −20 12
9 Barakaldo 18 4 3 11 34 50 −16 11
10 Cartagena 18 3 4 11 24 44 −20 10

Promotion playoff

Finals
 Sans 2
 Levante 1
Finals
 Gimnástico 2
 Extremadura 0
Finals
 Tolosa 3
 Patria Aragón 1
Finals
 Langreano 2
 Barakaldo 0

External links

  • The Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation
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