DateRHome vs Away-
12/04 19:30 18 Villarreal B vs Eibar View
12/08 17:30 19 Albacete vs Villarreal B View
12/08 20:00 19 Espanyol vs Real Zaragoza View
12/09 15:15 19 Valladolid vs Amorebieta View
12/09 17:30 19 Sporting Gijon vs Levante View
12/09 20:00 19 Burgos vs Mirandes View
12/10 13:00 19 Elche vs FC Cartagena View
12/10 15:15 19 Racing Santander vs Oviedo View
12/10 17:30 19 Eibar vs FC Andorra View
12/10 17:30 19 Leganes vs Eldense View
12/10 20:00 19 Huesca vs Racing Ferrol View
12/11 20:00 19 Tenerife vs Alcorcon View


Date R Home vs Away -
12/03 20:00 18 [20] Amorebieta vs Burgos [15] 0-1
12/03 17:30 18 [6] Racing Ferrol vs Albacete Balompie [16] 5-4
12/03 17:30 18 [14] Mirandes vs Racing Santander [7] 0-0
12/03 15:15 18 [21] Alcorcon vs Elche [10] 0-2
12/03 13:00 18 [17] FC Andorra vs Huesca [19] 1-0
12/02 20:00 18 [11] Levante vs Valladolid [3] 2-1
12/02 17:30 18 [14] Real Zaragoza vs Leganes [1] 1-0
12/02 15:15 18 [12] Eldense vs Tenerife [11] 0-3
12/02 15:15 18 [22] FC Cartagena vs Sporting Gijon [2] 1-0
12/01 19:30 18 [12] Oviedo vs Espanyol [4] 2-0
11/27 20:00 17 [5] Sporting Gijon vs Eldense [11] 2-0
11/26 20:00 17 [5] Espanyol vs Alcorcon [21] 2-0

Wikipedia - Segunda División

The Campeonato Nacional de Liga de Segunda División, commonly known as Segunda División, and officially known as LALIGA HYPERMOTION for sponsorship reasons, is the men's second professional association football division of the Spanish football league system. Administered by Liga Nacional de Fútbol Profesional, it is contested by 22 teams, with the top two teams plus the winner of a play-off promoted to La Liga and replaced by the three lowest-placed teams in that division.


The Second Division National Championship was inaugurated concurrently with the First Division, during the 1928-29 season. This setup comprised twenty teams divided into two groups: A and B. Group A functioned as the secondary national level, where the leading team would contest for promotion to the First Division and the bottom two faced relegation to the Third Division. Conversely, Group B represented the third tier, wherein two teams were promoted to the Second Division, while the remaining eight joined the newly formed Third Division in the subsequent season.

For this inaugural season, Group A consisted of the following clubs: Sevilla F. C., Iberia S. C., Deportivo Alavés, Real Sporting de Gijón, Valencia F. C., Real Betis Balompié, Real Oviedo F. C., Real Club Celta, R. C. Deportivo de La Coruña, and Racing Club de Madrid. On the other hand, Group B featured Cultural y Deportiva Leonesa, Real Murcia F. C., C. D. Castellón, C. D. Torrelavega, Zaragoza C. D., Real Valladolid Deportivo, C. A. Osasuna, Tolosa C. F., Barakaldo C. F., and Cartagena F. C..

The structure and number of teams in the competition have evolved over time. In the 1934-35 season, the league was segmented into multiple groups. This format persisted until the 1968-69 season when it transitioned back to the singular group system that is in place today. From 1977 to 1984, when its management transitioned to the National Professional Football League, the tournament was referred to as Second Division A, after the introduction of the Second Division B as the third level in the national football hierarchy.

During the 2019-20 season, a global outbreak of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus-2 emerged, having originated in Asia and subsequently spreading to Europe. As the virus rapidly spread across the continent, leading to rising infections and fatalities, sports entities began implementing preventative measures. In Spain, to mitigate the spread, only one match was held behind closed doors, without spectators, yet the concern and rate of infections did not diminish, with several players and club executives testing positive. In light of the escalating situation, La Liga opted to halt all competitions temporarily, following a precedent set by UEFA, which had suspended both the UEFA Champions League and the UEFA Europa League. In a similar vein, Italy's CONI and FIGC put the Serie A on hold due to the same health concerns. After a period of lockdown which saw a decrease in the spread of the virus, the government allowed sporting competitions to recommence, culminating on July 20 as the remaining games were played, mirroring events in the First Division. Nonetheless, on the final matchday, multiple players from Club de Fútbol Fuenlabrada, S.A.D. were diagnosed with the virus. Consequently, their pivotal game against Real Club Deportivo de La Coruña, which was of great importance to the league standings, was delayed. This disruption impacted several clubs and the ensuing promotion playoffs.

Naming Conventions

The 2006-07 and 2007-08 seasons marked the first instances when the championship adopted a commercial designation, being named "Liga BBVA" following a sponsorship agreement between the National Professional Football League and the bank of the same title. From the 2008-09 through to the 2015-16 seasons, the division was rebranded as "Liga Adelante" as the bank transitioned to sponsor the First Division. In the 2016-17 season, Banco Santander emerged as the primary sponsor, prompting the names "LaLiga 1|2|3". From the 2019-20 season onward, it became "LaLiga SmartBank". During the 2023-24 season, the new sponsor was introduced as EA Sports, resulting in the title "LALIGA HYPERMOTION".


Real Murcia has participated in the Second Division for the most seasons, a total of 53, and has secured the championship title on eight occasions. They are followed by Sporting de Gijón with 48 seasons, Tenerife and Sabadell with 44, Hércules de Alicante with 43, and Real Club Deportivo de La Coruña, Castellón, and Cádiz each with 41 seasons.

Sociedad Deportiva Eibar holds the record for consecutive seasons in the division, with 18 seasons running from 1987/88 to 2005/06.

Among all teams that have ever competed in this division, only six have never featured in lower divisions: Atlético de Madrid, Espanyol, Valencia, Sevilla, Real Sociedad, and Sporting de Gijón.

In the 2011-12 season, Deportivo de La Coruña set a new record by amassing 91 points, leading them to clinch the championship. The subsequent season, 2012-13, witnessed Elche as the first team to maintain the top position throughout all 42 matchdays.

The Spain Segunda is a highly competitive and thrilling soccer tournament held in Spain. It is the second division of professional soccer in the country, just below the prestigious La Liga. The tournament features 22 teams from various regions of Spain, all vying for promotion to the top tier league.

Known for its intense and passionate matches, the Spain Segunda showcases the immense talent and skill of both established clubs and up-and-coming teams. The tournament provides a platform for players to showcase their abilities and catch the attention of top-flight clubs.

The Spain Segunda is renowned for its unpredictable nature, with teams often fighting tooth and nail to secure a spot in the promotion playoffs. The tournament is characterized by fast-paced and attacking football, with teams displaying their tactical prowess and determination to secure victory.

Matches in the Spain Segunda are played in iconic stadiums across the country, creating an electric atmosphere for both players and fans alike. The passionate support from the stands adds an extra dimension to the tournament, making it a memorable experience for all involved.

The Spain Segunda not only serves as a stepping stone for teams aspiring to reach La Liga but also provides a platform for young talents to develop and make a name for themselves. Many players who have excelled in the tournament have gone on to achieve great success at both domestic and international levels.

Overall, the Spain Segunda is a captivating and fiercely contested soccer tournament that showcases the best of Spanish football. With its thrilling matches, passionate fans, and the promise of promotion to La Liga, it is a must-watch for any soccer enthusiast.