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1996–97 Segunda División

 

1996–97 Segunda División

The 1996–97 Segunda División season saw 20 teams participate in the second flight Spanish league. CP Mérida, UD Salamanca and RCD Mallorca were promoted to Primera División. Almería CF, Real Madrid B, Barcelona B and Écija were relegated to Segunda División B.

Final table

Key to colors in league table:
Promoted to Primera División
Promotion playoff
Relegated to Segunda División B
Position Club Played Points Wins Draws Losses Goals for Goals against Goal Difference
1 CP Mérida 38 72 21 9 8 57 35 +22
2 UD Salamanca 38 71 20 11 7 72 33 +39
3 RCD Mallorca 38 70 20 10 8 59 38 +21
4 Albacete 38 66 19 9 10 51 32 +19
5 SD Eibar 38 66 17 15 6 44 26 +18
6 CD Badajoz 38 60 15 15 8 38 26 +12
7 UD Las Palmas 38 52 13 13 12 54 46 +8
8 CD Leganés 38 52 13 13 12 43 39 +4
9 Levante UD 38 50 13 11 14 53 46 +7
10 Villarreal CF 38 48 13 9 16 38 52 -14
11 UE Lleida 38 48 12 12 14 48 41 +7
12 Atlético de Madrid B 38 47 12 11 15 57 61 -4
13 Deportivo Alavés 38 47 12 11 15 43 47 -4
14 CD Toledo 38 45 12 9 17 37 53 -16
15 CD Ourense 38 44 11 11 16 35 46 -11
16 CA Osasuna 38 44 11 11 16 34 42 -8
17 Almería CF 38 41 9 14 15 40 51 -11
18 Real Madrid B 38 41 11 8 19 40 69 -29
19 Barcelona B 38 34 7 13 18 40 63 -23
20 Écija 38 30 7 9 22 27 64 -37

Promotion playoff

Home Match:
RCD Mallorca 1-0 Rayo Vallecano
Away Match:
Rayo Vallecano 2-1 RCD Mallorca Agg:2-2(ag)

Teams by Autonomous Community

Autonomous community Number of teams Teams
1 3 Atlético Madrid B, Leganés, Real Madrid B
2 2 Almería, Écija
Basque Country 2 Alavés, Eibar
2 Albacete, Toledo
2 Barcelona B, Lleida
2 Badajoz, Mérida
2 Levante, Villarreal
7 1 Mallorca
1 Las Palmas
1 Salamanca
1 Ourense
1 Osasuna
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