League Summary

League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad MP W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Club Crest Barcelona3825679142+4956Romário - 30→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2Club Crest Deportivo La Coruña38221245418+3656Bebeto - 16→ UEFA Cup via league finish
3Club Crest Zaragoza38198117147+2446Juan Esnáider - 13→ UEFA Cup Winners' Cup via cup win
4Club Crest Real Madrid38197126150+1145Míchel, Iván Zamorano - 11→ UEFA Cup via league finish
5Club Crest Athletic Club381611116147+1443Julen Guerrero - 18→ UEFA Cup via league finish
6Club Crest Sevilla381512115642+1442Davor Šuker - 24
7Club Crest Valencia381412125550+540Predrag Mijatović - 16
8Club Crest Racing Santander38158154442+238Dmitri Radchenko - 11
9Club Crest Oviedo381213134349-637Carlos Muñoz Cobo - 20
10Club Crest Tenerife38156175057-736Oscar Dertycia - 11
11Club Crest Real Sociedad381212143947-836Meho Kodro - 23
12Club Crest Atlético Madrid38139165454035Luis García Postigo - 11
13Club Crest Albacete381015134958-935José María Cabrera Menéndez - 12
14Club Crest Sporting Gijón38155184257-1535Xavier Escaich, Juanele - 8
15Club Crest Celta Vigo381111164151-1033Vladimir Gudelj - 12
16Club Crest CD Logroñés38915144758-1133Oleg Salenko - 16
17Club Crest Rayo Vallecano38913164058-1831Hugo Sánchez - 16→ Spanish 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Play-offs
18Club Crest Valladolid38814162851-2330Alberto López Moreno - 13→ Spanish 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Play-offs
19Club Crest Lleida38713182948-1927Nikola Milinković - 6Relegated
20Club Crest Osasuna38810203463-2926Jacek Ziober - 10Relegated

Spanish 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Play-offs

Compostela won on aggregate score over two legs and promoted to La Liga.
Rayo Vallecano relegated to Segunda División.
Valladolid won on aggregate score over two legs and remained in La Liga.
CD Toledo remained in Segunda División.

Squad Standard Stats 1993-1994 La Liga

Squad Shooting 1993-1994 La Liga

Squad Playing Time 1993-1994 La Liga

Squad Miscellaneous Stats 1993-1994 La Liga


Nationalities 1993-1994 La Liga

League Notes

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