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2000–01 Segunda División

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2000–01 Segunda División

The 2000–01 Segunda División season saw 22 teams participate in the second flight Spanish league. The teams that promoted to La Liga were Sevilla FC, Real Betis and CD Tenerife. The teams that relegated to Segunda División B were SD Compostela, Universidad de Las Palmas CF, Getafe CF and UE Lleida.

Final table

Key to colors in league table:
Promoted to Primera División
Relegated to Segunda División B
Position Club Played Points Wins Draws Losses Goals for Goals against Goal Difference
1 Sevilla FC 42 80 23 11 8 66 39 +27
2 Real Betis 42 75 21 12 9 49 32 +17
3 CD Tenerife 42 74 21 11 10 58 32 +26
4 Atlético de Madrid 42 74 21 11 10 59 39 +20
5 Albacete 42 66 18 12 12 46 40 +6
6 Recreativo de Huelva 42 65 15 20 7 45 29 +16
7 Sporting de Gijón 42 63 17 12 13 55 49 +6
8 Levante UD 42 60 13 21 8 58 50 +8
9 UD Salamanca 42 59 17 8 17 51 48 +3
10 Real Jaén 42 59 15 14 13 37 40 -3
11 CF Extremadura 42 58 16 10 16 42 46 -4
12 Córdoba CF 42 56 14 14 14 40 43 -3
13 Real Murcia 42 52 13 13 16 53 54 -1
14 CD Badajoz 42 51 10 21 11 34 38 -4
15 SD Eibar 42 50 11 17 14 30 32 -2
16 Racing de Ferrol 42 50 12 14 16 46 50 -4
17 CD Leganés 42 47 9 20 13 45 41 +4
18 Elche CF 42 46 10 16 16 45 56 -11
19 SD Compostela 42 45 11 12 19 41 65 -24
20 Universidad de Las Palmas 42 39 8 15 19 34 63 -29
21 Getafe CF 42 35 8 11 23 42 65 -23
22 UE Lleida 42 28 5 13 24 40 65 -25

Teams by Autonomous Community

Autonomous community Number of teams Teams
1  Andalusia 5 Betis, Córdoba, Real Jaén, Recreativo, Sevilla
2  Madrid 3 Atlético Madrid, Getafe, Leganés
3  Canary Islands 2 Tenerife, Universidad de Las Palmas
 Extremadura 2 Badajoz, Extremadura
 Galicia 2 Compostela, Racing de Ferrol
 Valencia 2 Elche, Levante
7  Asturias 1 Sporting
 Basque Country 1 Eibar
 Castile-La Mancha 1 Albacete
 Castile and León 1 Salamanca
 Catalonia 1 Lleida
 Murcia 1 Murcia


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