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The 2012–13 Segunda División B season was the 36th since its establishment. The first matches of the season were played on 26 August 2012, and the league phase ended on 19 May 2013. The entire season ended on 30 June 2013 with the promotion play-off finals.

Segunda División B
Season2012–13
ChampionsAlavés
PromotedAlavés
Tenerife
Eibar
Real Jaén

Contents

Summary before 2012–13 seasonEdit

Playoffs de Ascenso:

Relegated from Segunda División:

Promoted from Tercera División:

Relegated:

Administrative Relegation:[1]

Teams covered vacant places by administrative relegations:

GroupsEdit

Group 1Edit

Stadia and locationsEdit

 
 
Alcalá
 
At.Madrid B
 
Avilés
 
Caudal
 
Coruxo
 
Fuenlabrada
 
Getafe B
 
Guijuelo
 
Leganés
 
Marino L.
 
Ourense
 
Rayo B
 
R.Madrid C
 
Sp. Gijón B
 
Oviedo
 
S.S. Reyes
 
Salamanca
 
Zamora
Location of teams in Segunda División B Gr. 1 2012–13
 
 
Tenerife
 
CD Marino
Canary Islands
Team Founded Home city Stadium Capacity
Alcalá 1929 Alcalá de Henares, Madrid Municipal del Val 6,000
Atlético B 1970 Madrid, Community of Madrid Cerro del Espino 3,367
Avilés 1983 Avilés, Asturias Román Suárez Puerta 7,200
Caudal 1918 Mieres, Asturias Hermanos Antuña 4,500
Coruxo 1930 Coruxo, Vigo, Galicia O Vao 1,200
Fuenlabrada 1975 Fuenlabrada, Community of Madrid Fernando Torres 1,500
Getafe B 1983 Getafe, Community of Madrid Ciudad Deportiva 1,500
Guijuelo 1974 Guijuelo, Castile and León Municipal de Guijuelo 1,500
Leganés 1928 Leganés, Community of Madrid Butarque 8,158
CD Marino 1936 Playa de las Américas, Arona, Canary Islands Antonio Domínguez 3,500
Marino de Luanco 1931 Luanco, Asturias Miramar 5,000
Ourense 1952 Ourense, Galicia O Couto 5,200
Real Oviedo 1926 Oviedo, Asturias Carlos Tartiere 30,500
Rayo B 1956 Madrid, Community of Madrid Ciudad Deportiva 800
Real Madrid C 1952 Madrid, Community of Madrid Ciudad Real Madrid 2,000
Salamanca 1923 Salamanca, Castile and León El Helmántico 17,341
S.S. Reyes 1971 San Sebastián de los Reyes, Madrid Matapiñoneras 3,000
Sporting B 1967 Gijón, Asturias Mareo 3,000
Tenerife 1922 Tenerife, Canary Islands Heliodoro Rodríguez López 24,000
Zamora 1969 Zamora, Castile and León Ruta de la Plata 8,000

League tableEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Tenerife (C, P) 38 20 13 5 62 28 +34 73 Qualification for Play-Off
2 Leganés 38 20 10 8 57 35 +22 70
3 Oviedo 38 18 12 8 53 33 +20 66
4 Caudal Mieres 38 17 9 12 49 37 +12 60
5 Real Madrid C 38 15 12 11 59 42 +17 57
6 Fuenlabrada 38 14 14 10 55 45 +10 56 Qualification for 2013–14 Copa del Rey
7 Atlético Madrid B 38 15 9 14 56 49 +7 54
8 Salamanca 38 13 14 11 59 48 +11 53[a]
9 Coruxo 38 14 10 14 38 45 −7 52
10 Getafe B 38 11 15 12 39 37 +2 48
11 Marino de Luanco 38 13 8 17 40 51 −11 47[b]
12 Ourense 38 11 14 13 42 46 −4 47[b]
13 Sporting de Gijón B 38 11 14 13 44 47 −3 47[b]
14 Real Avilés 38 13 7 18 43 54 −11 46
15 Guijuelo 38 11 12 15 34 50 −16 45
16 Zamora (O) 38 7 22 9 42 50 −8 43[c] Qualification for Play-out
17 SS Reyes (R) 38 10 13 15 35 48 −13 43[c] Relegation to 2013–14 Tercera División
18 RSD Alcalá (R) 38 10 11 17 27 44 −17 41
19 Rayo Vallecano B (R) 38 7 15 16 38 57 −19 36
20 Marino (R) 38 9 8 21 36 62 −26 35
Source: futbolme
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) head-to-head points; 3) head-to-head goal difference; 4) head-to-head goals scored; 5) goal difference; 6) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (O) Play-off winner; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. ^ Salamanca were liquidated at the end of season.[5]
  2. ^ a b c LUA: 9 pts → LUA 3–1 OUR; OUR: 9 pts → OUR 1–0 LUA; SpgB: 0 pts
  3. ^ a b ZAM 3–1 SSR; SSR 0–0 ZAM

Top goalscorersEdit

Last updated May 19, 2013

Goalscorers Goals Team
  Aridane Santana
25
Tenerife
  Diego Cervero
22
Real Oviedo
  Dioni Villalba
21
Leganés
  Miguel Ángel Guerrero
16
Sporting B
  Igor de Souza
15
Salamanca

Top goalkeepersEdit

Last updated May 19, 2013

Goalkeeper Goals Matches Average Team
  Sergio Aragoneses
25
36
0.69
Tenerife
  Alberto Domínguez
27
30
0.9
Getafe B
  Dani Barrio
27
29
0.93
Real Oviedo
  Rubén Falcón
35
35
1
Leganés
  Juancho Lechón
41
37
1.11
Alcalá

Group 2Edit

Stadia and locationsEdit

 
 
Alavés
 
Amorebieta
 
Baraka.
 
Athletic B
 
Eibar
 
Gimnástica
 
Lleida Esp.
 
SDL, UDL
 
Osasuna B
 
Peña Sport
 
R.Sociedad B
 
R. Unión
 
Sestao
 
Teruel
 
Zaragoza B
Location of teams in Segunda División B Gr. 2 2012–13
Team Founded Home city Stadium Capacity
Alavés 1921 Vitoria-Gasteiz, Basque Country Mendizorrotza 19,500
Amorebieta 1925 Amorebieta-Etxano, Basque Country Urritxe 3,000
Athletic B 1964 Bilbao, Basque Country Lezama 2,000
Barakaldo 1917 Barakaldo, Basque Country Lasesarre 8,000
Eibar 1940 Eibar, Basque Country Ipurua 5,200
Gimnástica Torrelavega 1907 Torrelavega, Cantabria Nuevo Malecón 6,000
Izarra 1924 Estella-Lizarra, Navarre Merkatondoa 3,200
Lleida Esportiu 2011 Lleida, Catalonia Camp d'Esports 13,000
SD Logroñés 2009 Logroño, La Rioja Las Gaunas 16,000
UD Logroñés 1967 Logroño, La Rioja Las Gaunas 16,000
Noja 1940 Noja, Cantabria La Caseta 2,500
Osasuna B 1964 Pamplona, Navarre Tajonar 2,500
Peña Sport 1925 Tafalla, Navarre San Francisco 3,000
Racing B 1926 Santander, Cantabria El Sardinero 22,500
Real Sociedad B 1951 San Sebastián, Basque Country Zubieta 2,500
Real Unión 1915 Irún, Basque Country Stadium Gal 5,000
Sestao River 1996 Sestao, Basque Country Las Llanas 8,000
Teruel 1946 Teruel, Aragon Pinilla 4,000
Tudelano 1935 Tudela, Navarre Ciudad de Tudela 9,500
Zaragoza B 1962 Zaragoza, Aragon Ciudad Deportiva 2,500

League tableEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Alavés (C, P) 38 25 7 6 57 22 +35 82 Qualification for Play-Off
2 Eibar (P) 38 21 10 7 59 28 +31 73
3 Bilbao Athletic 38 21 8 9 64 35 +29 71
4 Lleida Esportiu 38 17 15 6 56 34 +22 66
5 Barakaldo 38 17 14 7 42 23 +19 65 Qualification for 2013–14 Copa del Rey
6 Amorebieta 38 16 12 10 48 39 +9 60
7 Tudelano 38 15 11 12 48 46 +2 56
8 Real Unión 38 14 13 11 53 39 +14 55
9 Noja 38 13 8 17 43 48 −5 47
10 SD Logroñés 38 12 10 16 37 60 −23 46[a]
11 Real Sociedad B 38 11 13 14 37 45 −8 46[a]
12 Sestao River 38 9 16 13 34 40 −6 43
13 Gimnástica Torrelavega (R) 38 10 12 16 36 46 −10 42[b][c]
14 UD Logroñés 38 8 18 12 27 37 −10 42[b]
15 Peña Sport 38 9 14 15 35 41 −6 41[d]
16 Zaragoza B (R) 38 10 11 17 44 52 −8 41[d] Qualification for Play-out
17 Racing Santander B (R) 38 10 11 17 37 52 −15 41[d] Relegation to 2013–14 Tercera División
18 Teruel (R) 38 9 11 18 33 52 −19 38
19 Osasuna B (R) 38 10 6 22 40 65 −25 36
20 Izarra (R) 38 9 8 21 31 57 −26 35
Source: futbolme
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) head-to-head points; 3) head-to-head goal difference; 4) head-to-head goals scored; 5) goal difference; 6) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. ^ a b RSoB 2–2 SDL; SDL 1–0 RSoB
  2. ^ a b TOR 1–1 UDL; UDL 0–0 TOR
  3. ^ Gim.Torrelavega was relegated to Tercera División for not paying its players.[6]
  4. ^ a b c PEÑ: 7 pts; ZarB: 5 pts; RacB: 4 pts

Top goalscorersEdit

Last updated May 19, 2013

Goalscorers Goals Team
  Jorge Galán
16
Osasuna B
  Jaime Mata
14
Lleida Esportiu
  Jon Orbegozo
14
Barakaldo
  Carlos Álvarez
13
Gimnástica Torrelavega
  Mikel Arruabarrena
13
Eibar

Top goalkeepersEdit

Last updated May 19, 2013

Goalkeeper Goals Matches Average Team
  Xabi Irureta
22
33
0.67
Eibar
  Pau Torres
34
38
0.89
Lleida Esportiu
  Igor Etxebarrieta
34
36
0.94
Amorebieta
  Sergio López
36
37
0.97
UD Logroñés
  Alberto Montero
40
38
1.05
Sestao

Group 3Edit

Stadia and locationsEdit

Team Founded Home city Stadium Capacity
Alcoyano 1929 Alcoy, Valencian Community El Collao 5,000
Atlético Baleares 1920 Palma de Mallorca, Balearic Islands Balear 18,000
Badalona 1903 Badalona, Catalonia Camp del Centenari 6,500
Binissalem 1914 Binissalem, Balearic Islands Miquel Pons 2,000
Constància 1922 Inca, Balearic Islands Nou Camp 10,000
Espanyol B 1981 Barcelona, Catalonia Ciutat Esportiva 1,500
Gimnàstic 1914 Tarragona, Catalonia Nou Estadi 14,000
Huracán Valencia 2011 Manises, Valencian Community Municipal de Manises 1,500
L'Hospitalet 1957 L'Hospitalet de Llobregat, Catalonia Feixa Llarga 6,740
Levante B 1962 Valencia, Valencian Community Ciutat Esportiva 1,000
Llagostera 1947 Llagostera, Catalonia Estadi Municipal 1,500
Mallorca B 1983 Palma de Mallorca, Balearic Islands Ciudad Deportiva 2,000
Olímpic de Xàtiva 1932 Xàtiva, Valencian Community La Murta 9,000
Ontinyent 1947 Ontinyent, Valencian Community El Clariano 5,000
Orihuela 1993 Orihuela, Valencian Community Los Arcos 3,500
Prat 1945 El Prat de Llobregat, Catalonia Sagnier 1,000
Reus Deportiu 1909 Reus, Catalonia Estadi Municipal 4,700
Sant Andreu 1925 Barcelona, Catalonia Narcís Sala 18,000
Valencia Mestalla 1944 Valencia, Valencian Community Paterna 4,000
Villarreal B 1999 Villarreal, Valencian Community Ciudad Deportiva 5,000
Yeclano 2004 Yecla, Region of Murcia La Constitución 4,000

League tableEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 L'Hospitalet (C) 40 23 11 6 66 28 +38 80[a] Qualification for Play-Off
2 Huracán Valencia 40 21 17 2 52 24 +28 80[a]
3 Levante B 40 21 9 10 60 46 +14 72[b]
4 Alcoyano 40 21 9 10 56 33 +23 72[b]
5 Olímpic Xàtiva 40 19 14 7 41 25 +16 71 Qualification for 2013–14 Copa del Rey
6 Gimnàstic Tarragona 40 15 15 10 53 35 +18 60
7 Sant Andreu 40 15 13 12 39 37 +2 58
8 Espanyol B 40 14 13 13 44 42 +2 55
9 Villarreal B 40 13 15 12 59 57 +2 54
10 Llagostera 40 13 11 16 45 44 +1 50
11 Atlético Baleares 40 11 15 14 40 40 0 48[c]
12 Prat 40 11 15 14 36 35 +1 48[c]
13 Badalona 40 11 15 14 36 41 −5 48[c]
14 Reus Deportiu 40 13 7 20 46 56 −10 46[d]
15 Ontinyent 40 10 16 14 34 46 −12 46[d]
16 Valencia Mestalla 40 10 15 15 41 55 −14 45
17 Constància 40 11 11 18 29 39 −10 44[e][f] Qualification for Play-out
18 Mallorca B (R) 40 11 11 18 34 53 −19 44[e] Relegation to 2013–14 Tercera División
19 Orihuela (R) 40 7 18 15 29 44 −15 39
20 Yeclano (R) 40 8 11 21 39 60 −21 35
21 Binissalem (R) 40 7 9 24 22 61 −39 30
Source: futbolme
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) head-to-head points; 3) head-to-head goal difference; 4) head-to-head goals scored; 5) goal difference; 6) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. ^ a b HOS 1–1 HUR; HUR 1–1 HOS
  2. ^ a b ALY 1–2 LevB; LevB 3–2 ALY
  3. ^ a b c BAL: 8 pts; PRA: 5 pts → BAD 1–2 PRA; BAD: 5 pts → PRA 1–1 BAD
  4. ^ a b ONT 0–2 REU; REU 3–2 ONT
  5. ^ a b CNS 0–1 MllB; MllB 0–2 CNS
  6. ^ Salamanca's liquidation resulted in a vacated spot in this tier next season. Constància's relegation was revoked to fill that spot.[7]

Top goalscorersEdit

Last updated May 19, 2013

Goalscorers Goals Team
  Sergio Cirio
21
L'Hospitalet
  Roger Martí
19
Levante B
  Marc Jiménez
17
Nàstic Tarragona
  Sergio León
17
Reus Deportiu
  Edgar Hernández
17
Sant Andreu

Top goalkeepersEdit

Last updated May 19, 2013

Goalkeeper Goals Matches Average Team
  Francis Solar
15
34
0.44
Olímpic Xàtiva
  Paco Fernández
20
37
0.54
Huracán Valencia
  Carlos Craviotto
27
38
0.71
L'Hospitalet
  Unai Alba
33
40
0.83
Alcoyano
  Rubén Pérez
32
38
0.84
Nàstic Tarragona

Group 4Edit

Stadia and locationsEdit

 
 
Almería B
 
Albacete
 
La Roda
 
Betis B
 
    Sevilla At.
 
Cacereño
 
Arroyo
 
Cádiz
 
San Fernando
 
Sanluqueño
 
Écija
 
Jaén
 
Loja
 
Linense
 
Lucena
 
Cartagena
 
UCAM Murcia
 
Melilla
 
San Roque
 
Villanovense
Location of teams in Segunda División B Gr. 4 2012–13
Team Founded Home city Stadium Capacity
Albacete 1940 Albacete, Castile-La Mancha Carlos Belmonte 17,300
Almería B 2001 Almería, Andalusia Juegos del Mediterraneo 23,000
Arroyo 1968 Arroyo de la Luz, Extremadura Municipal 3,000
At. Sanluqueño 1948 Sanlúcar de Barrameda, Andalusia El Palmar 5,000
Betis B 1962 Seville, Andalusia Ciudad Deportiva 4,000
Cacereño 1919 Cáceres, Extremadura Príncipe Felipe 7,000
Cádiz 1910 Cádiz, Andalusia Ramón de Carranza 20,000
Cartagena 1995 Cartagena, Region of Murcia Cartagonova 15,000
Écija 1968 Écija, Andalusia San Pablo 6,000
Real Jaén 1922 Jaén, Andalusia Nuevo La Victoria 12,000
La Roda 1999 La Roda, Castilla-La Mancha Estadio Municipal 3,000
Linense 1912 La Línea de la Concepción, Andalusia Municipal de La Línea 12,000
Loja 1969 Loja, Granada, Andalusia Medina Lauxa 1,500
Lucena 1986 Lucena, Andalusia Municipal de Lucena 6,000
Melilla 1976 Melilla Álvarez Claro 12,000
San Fernando 2009 San Fernando, Cádiz, Andalusia Iberoamericano 12,000
San Roque 1956 Lepe, Andalusia Ciudad de Lepe 3,500
Sevilla Atlético 1958 Seville, Andalusia Ciudad Deportiva 7,000
UCAM Murcia 2011 Sangonera la Verde, Region of Murcia El Mayayo 2,500
Villanovense 1992 Villanueva de la Serena, Extremadura Romero Cuerda 6,000

League tableEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Real Jaén (C, P) 38 20 10 8 44 24 +20 70 Qualification for Play-Off
2 Cartagena 38 19 11 8 52 33 +19 68
3 Albacete 38 16 13 9 45 32 +13 61
4 Lucena 38 16 11 11 47 38 +9 59[a]
5 Almería B 38 16 11 11 52 46 +6 59[a]
6 Linense 38 16 10 12 48 45 +3 58 Qualification for 2013–14 Copa del Rey
7 San Fernando 38 13 17 8 45 39 +6 56
8 Écija 38 12 17 9 47 38 +9 53[b]
9 Melilla 38 14 11 13 38 37 +1 53[b]
10 La Roda 38 13 13 12 39 36 +3 52
11 Atlético Sanluqueño 38 12 14 12 49 46 +3 50
12 Cacereño 38 11 15 12 40 36 +4 48[c]
13 Cádiz 38 13 9 16 40 38 +2 48[c]
14 Sevilla Atlético 38 13 7 18 42 53 −11 46
15 Arroyo 38 10 15 13 32 40 −8 45
16 Villanovense (R) 38 9 16 13 32 46 −14 43 Qualification for Play-out
17 UCAM Murcia (R) 38 9 14 15 35 41 −6 41 Relegation to 2013–14 Tercera División
18 San Roque (R) 38 9 11 18 47 58 −11 38[d]
19 Loja (R) 38 9 11 18 30 54 −24 38[d]
20 Betis B (R) 38 6 12 20 38 62 −24 30
Source: futbolme
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) head-to-head points; 3) head-to-head goal difference; 4) head-to-head goals scored; 5) goal difference; 6) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. ^ a b LUC 4–2 AlmB; AlmB 1–0 LUC
  2. ^ a b MEL 1–1 ECJ; ECJ 2–2 MEL
  3. ^ a b CAC 2–0 CÁD; CÁD 1–0 CAC
  4. ^ a b SRQ 4–1 LOJ; LOJ 1–3 SRQ

Top goalscorersEdit

Last updated May 19, 2013

Goalscorers Goals Team
  David Hernández
21
Linense
  Florian Taulemesse
19
Cartagena
  Pedro Carrión
14
San Fernando
  Antonio Megías
14
La Roda
  Víctor Curto
13
Albacete

Top goalkeepersEdit

Last updated May 19, 2013

Goalkeeper Goals Matches Average Team
  Víctor Ibáñez
16
27
0.59
Cartagena
  Toni García
24
37
0.65
Real Jaén
  Álvaro Campos
23
32
0.72
Albacete
  Víctor Bocanegra
26
31
0.84
La Roda
  David Valle
27
29
0.93
San Fernando

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "2012/2013. Circular 1". RFEF. 2 July 2012. Retrieved 3 July 2012.[permanent dead link]
  2. ^ "El Orihuela deberá ser readmitido en Segunda B". Marca. 5 September 2012. Retrieved 26 December 2012.
  3. ^ "Composición de grupos de Segunda División B para la temporada 2012/2013". RFEF. 12 July 2012. Archived from the original on 18 July 2012. Retrieved 12 July 2012.
  4. ^ Orihuela was administratively relegated, but after two rounds, the RFEF was forced to include it in the Group 3 of Segunda División B
  5. ^ "UD Salamanca goes bust". Diario AS. 18 June 2013. Retrieved 20 June 2013.
  6. ^ "Dos descenso por impagos(Two unpaid descent)". Marca. 29 June 2013. Retrieved 30 June 2013.
  7. ^ "La desaparición del Salamanca deja al Constància en Segunda B" [The disappearance of UD Salamanca keeps Constància in Segunda B]. UltimaHora.es. 19 June 2013. Archived from the original on 23 June 2013. Retrieved 30 June 2013.

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