League Summary

League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Osasuna4226975935+248714,794Juan Villar, Roberto Torres - 12RubénPromoted
2Granada42221375228+247911,699Antonio Puertas - 10Rui SilvaPromoted
3Málaga422111105131+207417,966Adrián González - 10Munir→ Promotion Playoffs — Semifinals
4Albacete42191495438+16719,677Roman Zozulya, Jérémie Bela - 11Tomeu Nadal→ Promotion Playoffs — Semifinals
5Mallorca421912115337+16698,318Lago Junior - 11Manolo ReinaPromoted, → Promotion Playoffs — Semifinals
6Deportivo La Coruña42171785032+186816,660Quique - 16Dani Giménez→ Promotion Playoffs — Semifinals
7Cádiz421616105336+176413,221Manuel Javier Vallejo Galván, Darwin Machís - 8Alberto Cifuentes
8Oviedo42171213484806313,373Joselu - 10Nereo Champagne
9Sporting Gijón421613134338+56118,508Uroš Đurđević - 11Diego Mariño
10Almería421515125139+12607,049Álvaro Giménez - 20René Román
11Elche421316134952-3559,575Sory Kaba - 8Édgar Badía
12Las Palmas421218124850-25412,220Rubén Castro - 15Raúl Fernández
13Extremadura421411174347-45310,068Enric Gallego - 15Álvaro Fernández, Casto
14Alcorcón421410183642-6522,901Juan Muñoz - 13Dani Jiménez
15Zaragoza421312174951-25120,582Álvaro Vázquez - 10Cristian Álvarez
16Tenerife421117144050-105011,187Filip Malbašić, Naranjo - 6Dani Hernández
17Numancia421116154450-6493,434Pape Maly Diamanka - 9Juan Carlos
18Lugo421017154351-8473,738Cristian Herrera - 10Juan Carlos
19Majadahonda42129214661-15453,356Aitor Ruibal - 11Basilio SanchoRelegated
20Gimnàstic4299243063-33364,628Luis Javier Suárez - 7Bernabé BarragánRelegated
21Córdoba42713224879-313410,243Federico Piovaccari - 12Carlos AbadRelegated
22Reus4256311648-3203,234Miguel Linares - 4Édgar Badía21-point deduction; expelled 1, Relegated 2

Promotion Playoffs

Promotion Playoffs — Semifinals

Jun 12
La Coruña
Jun 15
La Coruña
Málaga remained in La Liga 2.
La Coruña won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Promotion Playoffs — Final.
Jun 13
Jun 16
Albacete remained in La Liga 2.
Mallorca won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Promotion Playoffs — Final.

Promotion Playoffs — Final

Jun 20
La Coruña
Jun 23
La Coruña
Mallorca won on aggregate score over two legs and promoted to La Liga.
La Coruña remained in La Liga 2.



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