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 Barcelona3825858734+5358Hristo Stoichkov - 20→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2Club Crest Real Madrid3824957528+4757Iván Zamorano - 26→ European Cup Winners' Cup via cup win
3Club Crest Deportivo La Coruña38221066733+3454Bebeto - 29→ UEFA Cup via league finish
4Club Crest Valencia38191096033+2748Lyuboslav Penev - 20→ UEFA Cup via league finish
5Club Crest Tenerife38151495947+1244Juan Antonio Pizzi - 15→ UEFA Cup via league finish
6Club Crest Atlético Madrid381611115242+1043Luis García Postigo - 17→ UEFA Cup via league finish
7Club Crest Sevilla38179124644+243Davor Šuker - 12
8Club Crest Athletic Club38176155349+440Cuco Ziganda - 17
9Club Crest Zaragoza381113143752-1535Francisco Higuera, Gus Poyet - 6
10Club Crest Osasuna381210164241+134Roman Kosecki - 8
11Club Crest Celta Vigo38916132532-734Vladimir Gudelj - 7
12Club Crest Sporting Gijón381112153857-1934Juanele - 7
13Club Crest Real Sociedad38138174659-1334Meho Kodro - 12
14Club Crest Rayo Vallecano38817134049-933Toni Polster - 14
15Club Crest CD Logroñés381111163248-1633Oleg Salenko - 7
16Club Crest Oviedo381110174252-1032Carlos Muñoz Cobo - 15
17Club Crest Albacete38119185459-531José Zalazar - 12→ Spanish 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Play-offs
18Club Crest Espanyol38911184056-1629Xavier Escaich - 12→ Spanish 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Play-offs
19Club Crest Cádiz38512213070-4022Arteaga - 5Relegated
20Club Crest Real Burgos CF38414202969-4022Gabi Balint - 6Relegated

Spanish 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Play-offs

Albacete won on aggregate score over two legs and remained in La Liga.
Mallorca remained in Segunda División.
Racing Santander won on aggregate score over two legs and promoted to La Liga.
Espanyol relegated to Segunda División.

Squad Standard Stats 1992-1993 La Liga

Squad Shooting 1992-1993 La Liga

Squad Playing Time 1992-1993 La Liga

Squad Miscellaneous Stats 1992-1993 La Liga


Nationalities 1992-1993 La Liga

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