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1951–52 La Liga

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1951–52 La Liga

Primera División
Season 1951–52
Champions CF Barcelona (5th title)
Relegated UD Las Palmas
Atlético Tetuán
Matches played 240
Top goalscorer Pahiño (28)
1950–51
1952–53

La Liga 1951-52 season was the 21st since its establishment. The season started on 9 September 1951 and finished on April 13, 1952. It involved the following clubs:

 

Team locations

Location of teams in La Liga 1951-52 (note: Atlético Tetuán formed part of La Liga during the Spanish Morocco period)
Location of teams in La Liga 1951-52 within the Canary Islands

Final table

Position Club Played W D L GF GA Points GD Comments
1 FC Barcelona 30 19 5 6 92 43 43 +49 Champion of La Liga
2 Atlético Bilbao 30 17 6 7 78 46 40 +32
3 Real Madrid 30 16 6 8 79 50 38 +29
4 Atlético Madrid 30 16 5 9 80 57 37 +23
5 Valencia CF 30 15 5 10 68 51 35 +17
6 Sevilla CF 30 14 4 12 69 57 32 +12
7 RCD Español 30 14 4 12 69 62 32 +7
8 Valladolid 30 9 11 10 47 43 29 +4
9 Celta de Vigo 30 12 3 15 64 66 27 -2
10 Real Sociedad 30 11 4 15 60 59 26 +1
11 Deportivo de La Coruña 30 10 5 15 46 70 25 -24
12 Zaragoza 30 10 5 15 54 73 25 -19
13 Real Gijón 30 10 5 15 49 75 25 -26
14 Real Santander 30 9 7 14 45 65 25 -20
15 UD Las Palmas 30 9 4 17 36 85 22 -49 Relegated to Segunda División
16 Atlético Tetuán 30 7 5 18 51 85 19 -34 Relegated to Segunda División

Pichichi Trophy

Goalscorers Goal Team
Pahiño
28
Real Madrid
Ladislao Kubala
26
CF Barcelona
César Rodríguez Álvarez
23
CF Barcelona
Manuel Hermida Losada
21
Celta de Vigo

References

  • LA LIGA 1951/1952
  • Futbolme.com
  • All rounds in La Liga 1951/52
  • List of La Liga Champions

External links

  • (Spanish) Official LFP Site
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