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 Real Madrid38251219137+5462Hugo Sánchez - 27→ European Cup via league finish
2Club Crest Barcelona38231148026+5457Julio Salinas - 20→ European Cup Winners' Cup
3Club Crest Valencia38181373926+1349Fernando Gómez Colomer - 14→ UEFA Cup via league finish
4Club Crest Atlético Madrid38198116945+2446Baltazar Maria de Morais Júnior - 35→ UEFA Cup via league finish
5Club Crest Zaragoza381513104842+643Juan Crespín - 8→ UEFA Cup via league finish
6Club Crest Valladolid38187134031+943Janko Janković - 8→ European Cup Winners' Cup via cup loss
7Club Crest Athletic Club381512114535+1042Pedro Uralde - 13
8Club Crest Celta Vigo381411134248-639Amarildo Souza do Amaral - 16
9Club Crest Sevilla381312133839-138Ramón Vázquez García - 10
10Club Crest Osasuna381311143943-437Cuco Ziganda - 7
11Club Crest Real Sociedad381114133847-936Mikel Loinaz - 8
12Club Crest Oviedo381211154148-735José Manuel de la Torre - 8
13Club Crest Sporting Gijón38139164242035Joaquín - 10
14Club Crest CD Logroñés38916132537-1234Antonio Alzamendi - 9
15Club Crest Cádiz38915143141-1033Mágico González - 8
16Club Crest CD Málaga38129173953-1433José Francisco Sánchez González - 8
17Club Crest Espanyol38716152944-1530Michel Pineda - 5→ Spanish 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Play-offs
18Club Crest Real Betis38911183655-1929Hipólito Rincón - 8→ Spanish 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Play-offs
19Club Crest Real Murcia3896232758-3124José Mejías - 8Relegated
20Club Crest Elche3847272971-4215Luiso Saavedra, Claudio Barragán - 7Relegated

Spanish 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Play-offs

Mallorca won on aggregate score over two legs, after extra time and promoted to La Liga.
Espanyol relegated to Segunda División.
Tenerife won on aggregate score over two legs and promoted to La Liga.
Real Betis relegated to Segunda División.

Squad Standard Stats 1988-1989 La Liga

Squad Shooting 1988-1989 La Liga

Squad Playing Time 1988-1989 La Liga

Squad Miscellaneous Stats 1988-1989 La Liga

Leaders

Nationalities 1988-1989 La Liga

League Notes

Rank Key

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