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1944–45 Segunda División

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1944–45 Segunda División

The 1943-44 Segunda División season saw 14 teams participate in the second flight Spanish league. Alcoyano, Hércules and Celta were promoted to the Primera División. Cultural Leonesa, Barakaldo and Constancia were relegated to the Tercera División.

Final table

Key to colors in league table:
Promoted to Primera División
Promotion playoff
Relegation playoff
Relegated to Tercera División
Pos Team Pl Pts W D L GF GA GD
1 CD Alcoyano 26 34 13 8 5 56 34 +22
2 Hércules CF 26 33 15 3 8 54 38 +16
3 RC Celta de Vigo 26 32 14 4 8 65 40 +25
4 Real Sociedad 26 31 12 7 7 56 34 +22
5 Jerez CF 26 29 11 7 8 51 50 +1
6 Real Santander 26 26 11 4 11 69 57 +12
7 Zaragoza FC 26 26 12 2 12 50 53 -3
8 Real Betis 26 26 11 4 11 44 46 -2
9 Club Ferrol 26 25 11 3 12 43 64 -21
10 SD Ceuta 26 23 10 3 13 38 49 -11
11 RCD Mallorca 26 22 9 4 13 44 55 -11
12 CD Constancia 26 22 9 4 13 42 53 -11
13 Cultural Leonesa 26 22 10 2 14 41 49 -8
14 Barakaldo AH 26 13 5 3 18 31 62 -31

Promotion playoff

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Granada 1–4 Celta

Relegation playoff

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Constancia 2–3 Córdoba

External links

  • (Spanish) Official LFP Site

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