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The 2015 Segunda División play-offs took place in June 2015 and has determined the third team which will be promoted to the top division. Teams placed between 3rd and 6th position (excluding reserve teams) are taking part in the promotion play-offs.

Segunda División play-offs
Season2014–15
PromotedLas Palmas
Matches played6
Goals scored16 (2.67 per match)
Highest attendance32,000
Lowest attendance8,348
Average attendance19,999
2014
2016

The regulations are the same as the previous season:[1] in the semifinals the fifth placed team faces the fourth, while the sixth placed team faces the third. In case of a draw, extra time was played but there was a penalty shoot-out; the winner will be the best positioned team. The first leg of the semi-finals was played on 10 and 11 June, and the second leg on 13 and 14 June at home of the best positioned team. The final will also be two-legged, with the first leg on 18 June and the second leg on 21 June, with the best positioned team also playing the second leg at home.[1]

Contents

Road to the playoffsEdit

League tableEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Promotion, qualification or relegation
3 Girona 42 24 10 8 63 35 +28 82 Qualification to promotion play-offs
4 Las Palmas (O, P) 42 22 12 8 73 47 +26 78
5 Valladolid 42 21 9 12 65 40 +25 72
6 Zaragoza 42 15 16 11 61 58 +3 61
Updated to match(es) played on 24 May 2015. Source: LFP - Liga Adelante
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) head-to-head points; 3) head-to-head goal difference; 4) goal difference; 5) number of goals scored[2]
(O) Play-off winner; (P) Promoted.

GironaEdit

Girona qualified for the play-offs after failing to be automatically promoted in the final game of the season. The Catalans could not beat Lugo at Estadi Montilivi while Sporting Gijón beat Betis, to gain promotion. This will be the third time Girona has played this stage.

Las PalmasEdit

Las Palmas assured the fourth position in the 41st game of the season. The Canarian team made a spectacular start finishing as leader in the first half of the season, but failed to gain automatic promotion after suffering several defeats. This will be its third consecutive promotion play-off.

ValladolidEdit

As with Las Palmas, Real Valladolid assured its final position, fifth, in the 41st round. This is its first season in the Segunda División since its relegation in 2014.

ZaragozaEdit

In its second season since its relegation from La Liga, Zaragoza clinched the sixth and last playoff spot in the last matchday. This will be its first performance at this stage.

Promotion play-offsEdit

  Semifinals Final
                         
3 Girona 3 1 4  
6 Zaragoza 0 4 4  
    6 Zaragoza 3 0 3
  4 Las Palmas 1 2 3
4 Las Palmas 1 0 1
5 Valladolid 1 0 1  

SemifinalsEdit

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Valladolid 1–1 (a) Las Palmas 1–1 0–0
Zaragoza 4–4 (a) Girona 0–3 4–1

First legEdit

Valladolid1–1Las Palmas
Hernán Pérez   23' Summary Araujo   9'
Attendance: 19,100
Referee: Arias López
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Valladolid
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Las Palmas
GK 1   Javi Varas
DF 17   Carlos Peña   83'
DF 6   Jesús Rueda
DF 2   Javi Chica   43'   76'
DF 5   Samuel
MF 8   André Leão   27'
MF 22   David Timor   58'   80'
MF 18   Álvaro Rubio   79'
FW 9   Roger
FW 10   Óscar   30'   59'
DF 20   Hernán Pérez   80'
Substitutions:
GK 13   Raúl Fernández
DF 3   Johan Mojica   59'
MF 14   Omar   79'
DF 15   Chus Herrero   80'
MF 16   Lluís Sastre
FW 19   Túlio
DF 24   Jonathan Pereira
Manager:
  Joan Francesc Ferrer "Rubi"
GK 1   Raúl Lizoain
DF 2   David Simón   82'
DF 6   Ángel López
DF 16   Aythami Artiles
DF 5   David García   74'
MF 21   Juan Carlos Valerón   46'
MF 19   Emmanuel Culio   62'
MF 18   Javi Castellano
FW 10   Sergio Araujo
FW 20   Jonathan Viera   71'
MF 15   Roque Mesa   68'
Substitutions:
GK 13   Casto
MF 4   Vicente Gómez   71'
FW 8   Alfredo Ortuño
MF 11   Momo   68'
DF 12   Marcelo Silva
MF 14   Hernán   46'
DF 23   Dani Castellano
Manager:
  Paco Herrera
Zaragoza0–3Girona
Summary Mata   23'59'
Lejeune   45'
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: Valdés Aller
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Zaragoza
 
 
 
 
 
 
Girona
GK 30   Óscar Whalley
DF 17   José Manuel Fernández
DF 26   Diego Rico
DF 31   Jesús Vallejo
DF 3   Mario Abrante   49'   68'
DF 5   Rubén   68'
MF 21   Iñigo Ruiz de Galarreta   55'
FW 7   Eldin Hadžić
MF 18   Albert Dorca   11'
FW 15   Pedro
FW 10   Willian José
Substitutions:
GK 1   Pablo Alcolea
DF 4   Leandro Cabrera   68'
MF 6   Vullnet Basha   55'
MF 8   Lolo
MF 19   Natxo Insa
FW 20   Tato
MF 23   Javi Álamo   68'
Manager:
  Ranko Popović
GK 13   Isaac Becerra
DF 4   Florian Lejeune
DF 7   Richy
DF 23   David Juncà   31'   50'
DF 22   Cifu
DF 14   Pablo Íñiguez
MF 6   Álex Granell
MF 29   Pere Pons   54'
MF 8   Eloi Amagat   65'   65'
FW 21   Francisco Sandaza   79'
FW 9   Jaime Mata
Substitutions:
GK 1   Jorge Palatsí
MF 11   Aday   50'
MF 19   Felipe Sanchón   65'
MF 20   Jandro
DF 28   Carles Mas
FW 32   Sebastián Coris
MF 44   Marc Rovirola   79'
Manager:
  Pablo Machín

Second legEdit

Las Palmas0–0Valladolid
Araujo   90+2' Summary
Attendance: 17,312
Referee: Sagués Oscoz
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Las Palmas
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Valladolid
GK 1   Raúl Lizoain
DF 2   David Simón
DF 6   Ángel López
DF 16   Aythami Artiles
DF 5   David García
MF 19   Emmanuel Culio
MF 18   Javi Castellano
MF 14   Hernán   65'
FW 10   Sergio Araujo
FW 20   Jonathan Viera   86'
MF 15   Roque Mesa   54'   66'
Substitutions:
GK 13   Casto
MF 4   Vicente Gómez   65'
MF 7   Nauzet Alemán
FW 9   Asdrúbal   66'
DF 12   Marcelo Silva
MF 21   Juan Carlos Valerón   86'
DF 23   Dani Castellano
Manager:
  Paco Herrera
GK 1   Javi Varas   73'   90'
DF 6   Jesús Rueda
DF 17   Carlos Peña   48'   64'
DF 5   Samuel   39'
DF 15   Chus Herrero   75'
FW 10   Óscar
MF 8   André Leão
DF 3   Johan Mojica   31'
DF 20   Hernán Pérez   68'   72'
MF 16   Lluís Sastre   50'
FW 9   Roger   80'
Substitutions:
GK 13   Raúl Fernández
FW 11   Jeffrén
MF 14   Omar   76'   75'
MF 18   Álvaro Rubio
FW 19   Túlio   80'
MF 23   Alejandro Alfaro
DF 24   Jonathan Pereira   64'
Manager:
  Joan Francesc Ferrer "Rubi"
Girona1–4Zaragoza
Aday   73' Report Willian José   19' (pen.)34'
Cabrera   44'
Fernández   67'
Attendance: 8,348
Referee: Arcediano Monescillo
 
 
 
 
 
 
Girona
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Zaragoza
GK 13   Isaac Becerra
DF 11   Aday Benítez   74'
DF 14   Pablo Íñiguez
DF 7   Richy   63'
DF 4   Florian Lejeune
MF 23   David Juncà   33'   46'
MF 29   Pere Pons   90+4'
MF 6   Álex Granell
MF 20   Jandro
MF 19   Felipe Sanchón   58'
FW 9   Jaime Mata
Substitutions:
GK 30   Moreno
MF 5   Cristian Gómez
GK 17   Juanlu Hens
FW 21   Francisco Sandaza   58'
DF 28   Carles Mas   65'   63'
FW 32   Sebastián Coris   46'
DF 44   Marc Rovirola
Manager:
  Pablo Machín
GK 13   Bono   83'
DF 17   José Manuel Fernández   78'   84'
DF 3   Mario Abrante   82'
DF 4   Leandro Cabrera   45'
DF 31   Jesús Vallejo
MF 26   Diego Rico
MF 18   Albert Dorca
MF 21   Iñigo Ruiz de Galarreta   74'
MF 15   Pedro
MF 7   Eldin Hadžić
FW 10   Willian José   25'
Substitutions:
GK 1   Pablo Alcolea
DF 5   Rubén González   82'
MF 6   Vullnet Basha   74'
MF 8   Lolo
MF 11   Jaime Romero
MF 19   Natxo Insa
MF 23   Javi Álamo   84'
Manager:
  Ranko Popović

FinalEdit

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Zaragoza 3–3 (a) Las Palmas 3–1 0-2

First legEdit

Zaragoza3–1Las Palmas
Diego Rico   39'
Pedro   48'
Willian José   75'
Report Jonathan Viera   19'
Attendance: 32,000
Referee: Piñeiro Crespo
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Zaragoza
 
 
 
 
 
 
Las Palmas
GK 13   Bono
DF 17   José Manuel Fernández
DF 3   Mario Abrante
DF 4   Leandro Cabrera   27'
DF 31   Jesús Vallejo
MF 26   Diego Rico
MF 18   Albert Dorca
MF 21   Iñigo Ruiz de Galarreta   29'   60'
MF 15   Pedro
MF 7   Eldin Hadžić   71'
FW 10   Willian José   23'
Substitutions:
GK 1   Pablo Alcolea
DF 5   Rubén González
MF 6   Vullnet Basha   60'
MF 9   Borja González
MF 11   Jaime Romero   27'
MF 19   Natxo Insa
MF 23   Javi Álamo   71'
Manager:
  Ranko Popović
GK 1   Raúl Lizoain
DF 2   David Simón
DF 16   Aythami Artiles
DF 5   David García
DF 6   Ángel López
MF 18   Javi Castellano
MF 15   Roque Mesa   77'
MF 20   Jonathan Viera   85'
MF 14   Hernán   65'
MF 19   Emmanuel Culio   66'
FW 10   Sergio Araujo   61'
Substitutions:
MF 7   Nauzet Alemán
MF 9   Asdrúbal Hernández   77'
MF 11   Momo   85'
DF 12   Marcelo Silva
GK 13   Casto
MF 21   Juan Carlos Valerón   65'
DF 23   Dani Castellano
Manager:
  Paco Herrera

Second legEdit

Las Palmas2–0Zaragoza
Roque Mesa   33'
Araujo   84'
Summary
Attendance: 28,232
Referee: Ocón Arráiz
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Las Palmas
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Zaragoza
GK 13   Casto
DF 2   David Simón
DF 16   Aythami Artiles
DF 5   David García   90+4'
DF 6   Ángel López
MF 18   Javi Castellano
MF 15   Roque Mesa   88'
MF 20   Jonathan Viera
MF 9   Asdrúbal Hernández   59'
MF 19   Emmanuel Culio   73'
FW 10   Sergio Araujo
Substitutions:
GK 1   Raúl Lizoain
MF 7   Nauzet Alemán
FW 8   Alfredo Ortuño   73'
DF 12   Marcelo Silva   88'
MF 14   Hernán   59'
MF 21   Juan Carlos Valerón
DF 23   Dani Castellano
Manager:
  Paco Herrera
GK 13   Bono
DF 17   José Manuel Fernández
DF 31   Jesús Vallejo
DF 3   Mario   64'
DF 26   Diego Rico
MF 6   Vullnet Basha   87'
MF 18   Albert Dorca
MF 11   Jaime Romero   73'
MF 15   Pedro   41'
MF 7   Eldin Hadžić   46'
FW 10   Willian José
Substitutions:
GK 1   Pablo Alcolea
DF 4   Leandro Cabrera
DF 5   Rubén González
MF 8   Lolo   87'
FW 9   Borja Bastón   73'
MF 21   Iñigo Ruiz de Galarreta
MF 23   Javi Álamo   68'   46'
Manager:
  Ranko Popović

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Circular 5: normativa reguladora de los campeonatos nacionales (pages 13-14)" (in Spanish). RFEF. 20 July 2012. Archived from the original on 19 October 2012. Retrieved 15 September 2012.
  2. ^ "Reglamento General RFEF - Artículo 201. Sistema de puntos. (page 104)" (PDF). RFEF. 18 February 2013. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2013-07-10. Retrieved 8 July 2013.

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