Liga ASOBAL 2012–13

The Liga ASOBAL 2012–13 was the 23rd season since its establishment. Barcelona Intersport was the defending champions. The campaign began on Friday, 7 September 2012. The last matchday was played on Saturday, 25 May 2013. A total of 16 teams contested the league, 14 of which had already contested in the 2011–12 season, and two of which were promoted from the División de Plata 2011–12.

Liga ASOBAL
Season2012–13
ChampionsFC Barcelona Intersport
RelegatedARS Palma del Río
EHF Champions LeagueFC Barcelona Intersport, Naturhouse La Rioja
EHF CupReale Ademar León & BM Aragón
Matches played240
Goals scored13,161 (54.84 per match)
Top goalscorerÁlex Dujshebaev, 198
Biggest home winBM Atlético Madrid 34–13 Frigoríficos del Morrazo
Biggest away winHelvetia Anaitasuna 19–39 FC Barcelona Intersport
Highest scoringBM Aragón 38–36 Cuatro Rayas Valladolid

Barcelona Borges won their third title in a row gathering twelve ASOBAL titles.

The season was marked by the shutdown of BM Atlético Madrid at end of season due to financial constraints.

Promotion and relegationEdit

Teams promoted from 2011–12 División de Plata

Teams relegated to 2012–13 División de Plata

  • None (0)

Teams dissolved

TeamsEdit

 
 
Atlético Madrid
 
ARS Palma del Río
 
Anaitasuna
 
Aragón
 
Barcelona Intersport
 
Academia Octavio
 
Globalcaja C. Encantada
 
Fraikin Granollers
 
Fertiberia Puerto Sagunto
 
Naturhouse La Rioja
 
Huesca
 
Quabit Guadalajara
 
Cuatro Rayas Valladolid
 
V. Aranda Autocares Bayo
 
Reale Ademar
 
Cangas
2012–13 Liga Asobal teams
Team City Venue Capacity
Barcelona Intersport Barcelona Palau Blaugrana 8,250
Atlético Madrid Madrid Vistalegre 15,000
Reale Ademar León León Palacio Municipal 6,000
Cuatro Rayas Valladolid Valladolid Huerta del Rey 3,500
Aragón Zaragoza Príncipe Felipe 12,000
Globalcaja C. Encantada Cuenca El Sargal 1,900
Naturhouse La Rioja Logroño Palacio de los Deportes 3,851
Fraikin Granollers Granollers Palau D'Esports 6,500
Huesca Huesca Palacio de Deportes 5,000
Helvetia Anaitasuna Pamplona Anaitasuna 3,000
Academia Octavio Vigo As Travesas 5,000
Quabit Guadalajara Guadalajara Multiusos de Guadalajara 5,894
Fertiberia Puerto Sagunto Puerto de Sagunto Pabellón Municipal 1,500
ARS Palma del Río Palma del Río El Pandero 1,500
Frigoríficos del Morrazo Cangas do Morrazo O Gatañal 3,000
V. Aranda Autocares Bayo Aranda de Duero Príncipe de Asturias 3,000

League tableEdit

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Team Pld W D L GF GA Diff Pts
1 Barcelona Intersport 30 29 0 1 1019 679 340 58
2 Atlético Madrid 30 24 1 5 916 791 125 49
3 Naturhouse La Rioja 30 20 2 8 880 821 59 42
4 Reale Ademar León 30 18 2 10 834 763 71 38
5 Aragón 30 18 2 10 906 870 36 38
6 Fraikin Granollers 30 15 3 12 820 795 25 33
7 Helvetia Anaitasuna 30 13 4 13 801 810 −9 30
8 Huesca 30 12 4 14 822 824 −2 28
9 Fertiberia Puerto Sagunto 30 11 3 16 738 822 −84 25
10 GlobalCaja C. Encantada 30 11 3 16 789 821 −32 25
11 V. Aranda Autocares Bayo 30 9 4 17 755 820 −65 22
12 Cuatro Rayas Valladolid 30 10 2 18 780 850 −70 22
13 Quabit Guadalajara 30 9 2 19 795 861 −66 20
14 Frigoríficos del Morrazo 30 9 1 20 761 862 −101 19
15 Academia Octavio 30 8 3 19 801 906 −105 19
16 ARS Palma del Río 30 5 2 23 744 866 −122 12
EHF Champions League
EHF Cup
Relegated to División de Plata
  • BM Atlético Madrid was disbanded at end of season.
2012–13 Liga ASOBAL winners
 
Barcelona Borges
Twelfth title

AwardsEdit

Ideal teamEdit

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Position Player Team
Goalkeeper   Danijel Šarić FC Barcelona Intersport
Left wing   Juanín García FC Barcelona Intersport
Pivot   Julen Aguinagalde BM Atlético Madrid
Right wing   Víctor Tomás FC Barcelona Intersport
Left back   Siarhei Rutenka FC Barcelona Intersport
Central defender   Joan Cañellas BM Atlético Madrid
Right back   Álex Dujshebaev BM Aragón
Coach   Jota González Naturhouse La Rioja

Individual awardsEdit

StatisticsEdit

Top goalscorersEdit

Rank Name Team Goals GP GPG
1   Álex Dujshebaev Aragón 198 29 6.83
2   Kike Plaza V. Aranda Autocares Bayo 179 27 6.63
3   Kiril Lazarov Atlético Madrid 156 29 5.38
4   Ángel Pérez GlobalCaja C. Encantada 155 30 5.17
5   Joan Saubich Huesca 155 30 5.17

Top goalkeepersEdit

Rank Name Team Saves Shots %
1   Gonzalo Pérez Fraikin Granollers 428 1109 38.59%
2   Jorge Gómez Quabit Guadalajara 405 1199 33.78%
3   Iñaki Malumbres Reale Ademar León 302 818 36.92%
4   Jorge Martínez Naturhouse La Rioja 287 838 34.25%
5   Danijel Šarić FC Barcelona Intersport 278 656 42.38%

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