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1955–56 La Liga

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1955–56 La Liga

Primera División
Season 1955–56
Champions Atlético Bilbao (6th title)
Relegated Real Murcia
Deportivo Alavés
Cultural Leonesa
Hércules CF
Matches played 240
Goals scored 908 (3.78 per match)
Top goalscorer Alfredo Di Stéfano (24)

La Liga 1955-56 season was the 25th since its establishment. It was composed of the following clubs:

 

Team locations

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Bilbao
Espanyol
Hércules
Location of teams in La Liga 1955–56

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Las Palmas
Canary Islands

Final table

Position Club Played W D L GF GA Points GD Comments
1 Atlético Bilbao 30 22 4 4 79 31 48 48 Champion of La Liga
2 FC Barcelona 30 22 3 5 67 26 47 41
3 Real Madrid C.F. 30 18 2 10 81 39 38 42
4 Sevilla FC 30 17 2 11 75 44 36 29
5 Atlético Madrid 30 14 5 11 75 49 33 26
6 Valencia CF 30 13 6 11 58 50 32 8
7 RCD Espanyol 30 14 3 13 50 56 31 -6
8 Real Sociedad 30 11 8 11 48 53 30 -5
9 Real Valladolid 30 13 4 13 52 55 30 -3
10 Celta Vigo 30 12 3 15 52 75 27 -23
11 UD Las Palmas 30 11 4 15 49 60 26 -11
12 Deportivo La Coruña 30 11 4 15 60 80 26 -20
13 Real Murcia 30 10 5 15 46 66 25 -20 Relegated to Segunda División
14 Deportivo Alavés 30 9 6 15 49 73 24 -24 Relegated to Segunda División
15 Cultural Leonesa 30 5 4 21 34 65 14 -31 Relegated to Segunda División
16 Hércules CF 30 5 3 22 33 86 13 -53 Relegated to Segunda División

Pichichi Trophy

Position Player Club Goals
1 Argentina Spain Alfredo Di Stéfano Real Madrid 24
2 Spain Mauro Celta Vigo 23
3 Spain Adrián Escudero Atlético Madrid 21

External links

  • (Spanish) Official LFP Site

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