1975–76 Segunda División

The 1975–76 Segunda División season saw 20 teams participate in the second flight Spanish league. Burgos, Celta de Vigo and CD Málaga were promoted to Primera División. Real Murcia, CD Ensidesa, CA Osasuna and Gimnàstic de Tarragona were relegated to Tercera División.

Final table

Key to colors in league table:
Promoted to Primera División
Relegation playoff
Relegated to Tercera División
Position Club Played Points Wins Draws Losses Goals for Goals against Goal Difference
1 Burgos 38 51+13 20 11 7 54 31 +23
2 Celta de Vigo 38 49+11 19 11 8 42 22 +20
3 CD Málaga 38 47+9 21 5 12 75 39 +36
4 Real Valladolid 38 43+5 16 11 11 44 27 +17
5 Deportivo de La Coruña 38 42+4 18 6 14 47 36 +11
6 Barcelona Atlètic 38 41+3 13 15 10 46 47 -1
7 CD Tenerife 38 40+2 14 12 12 50 44 +6
8 Córdoba CF 38 38 16 6 16 48 48 0
9 Rayo Vallecano 38 36-2 16 4 18 48 49 -1
10 Recreativo de Huelva 38 36-2 13 10 15 35 42 -7
11 CF Calvo Sotelo 38 36-2 13 10 15 42 51 -9
12 CD Castellón 38 36-2 12 12 14 45 47 -2
13 Cádiz CF 38 35-3 13 9 16 46 43 +3
14 CD San Andrés 38 35-3 14 7 17 38 45 -7
15 Deportivo Alavés 38 34-4 12 10 16 33 46 -13
16 Terrassa FC 38 34-4 12 10 16 35 45 -10
17 Real Murcia 38 33-5 14 5 19 46 61 -15
18 CD Ensidesa 38 33-5 11 11 16 31 46 -15
19 CA Osasuna 38 33-5 14 5 19 47 58 -11
20 Gimnàstic de Tarragona 38 28-10 10 8 20 29 54 -25

Relegation playoff

Home Matches:
SD Huesca 1-1 CD San Andrés
Terrassa FC 1-1 AD Almería AD Almería disqualified for fielding ineligible players
Cádiz CF 3-0 Barakaldo CF
Deportivo Alavés 3-1 CD Logroñés
Away Matches:
CD San Andrés 2-1 SD Huesca Agg:3-2
Barakaldo CF 3-2 Cádiz CF Agg:3-5
CD Logroñés 1-1 Deportivo Alavés Agg:2-4

External links

  • (Spanish) Official LFP Site

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