1941–42 Segunda División

The 1941–42 Segunda División season saw 24 teams participate in the second flight Spanish league. Betis and Zaragoza was promoted to Primera División. Real Unión, Levante and Cartagena were relegated to Tercera División.

Group I

Key to colors in league table:
Promotion playoff
Relegated to Tercera División
Pos Team Pl Pts W D L GF GA GD
1 Real Gijón CF 14 20 8 4 2 38 23 +15
2 UD Salamanca 14 18 9 0 5 31 26 +5
3 Club Ferrol 14 17 7 3 4 34 20 +14
4 Real Santander 14 17 6 5 3 28 24 +4
5 Real Valladolid Dep. 14 14 6 2 6 32 21 +11
6 CD Barakaldo Oriamendi 14 14 6 2 6 32 29 +3
7 Arenas C. de Guecho 14 8 4 0 10 22 40 -18
8 Real Unión Club 14 4 1 2 11 16 50 -34

Group II

Key to colors in league table:
Promotion playoff
Relegated to Tercera División
Pos Team Pl Pts W D L GF GA GD
1 CD Sabadell CF 14 19 6 7 1 26 13 +13
2 Zaragoza FC 14 16 6 4 4 29 26 +3
3 Deportivo Alavés 14 16 7 2 5 30 28 +2
4 CD Constancia 14 15 5 5 4 28 18 +10
5 Gerona CF 14 15 6 3 5 24 20 +4
6 CA Osasuna 14 13 5 3 6 29 24 +5
7 AD Ferroviaria 14 12 5 2 7 18 21 -3
8 UD Levante Gimnástico 14 6 2 2 10 17 51 -34

Group III

Key to colors in league table:
Promotion playoff
Relegated to Tercera División
Pos Team Pl Pts W D L GF GA GD
1 Real Betis Balompié 14 20 8 4 2 39 22 +17
2 Real Murcia CF 14 17 8 1 5 37 28 +9
3 Cádiz CF 14 16 7 2 5 30 19 +11
4 Málaga 14 14 5 4 5 19 21 -2
5 SD Ceuta 14 14 5 4 5 27 19 +8
6 Elche CF 14 11 4 3 7 23 35 -12
7 Jerez CF 14 10 3 4 7 25 36 -11
8 Cartagena CF 14 10 3 4 7 19 39 -20

First promotion Playoff

Key to colors in league table:
Promoted to Primera División
Second promotion playoff
Pos Team Pl Pts W D L GF GA GD
1 Real Betis 10 15 7 1 2 21 17 +4
2 Zaragoza FC 10 13 6 1 3 19 13 +6
3 Real Murcia CF 10 12 6 0 4 17 11 +6
4 CD Sabadell CF 10 9 3 3 4 16 22 -6
5 Real Gijón CF 10 8 3 2 5 25 19 +6
6 UD Salamanca 10 3 1 1 8 8 24 -16

Second promotion playoff

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Oviedo 3–1 Sabadell
FC Barcelona 5–1 Murcia

External links

  • LFP website

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