Spain Tercera Group 8

Spain Tercera Group 8

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Fixtures

DateRHome vs Away-
10/08 14:00 5 CD Mirandes II vs Real Avila View
10/08 14:30 5 Cultural Leonesa B vs Atletico Astorga View
10/08 14:30 5 CD Virgen Del Camino vs Salamanca CF UDS View
10/08 15:00 5 Atletico Tordesillas vs Becerril View
10/09 14:00 5 CDA Palencia vs Unami CP View
10/09 14:30 5 UD Santa Marta vs Arandina View
10/09 14:30 5 At. Bembibre vs Numancia B View
10/09 15:30 5 Almazan vs Ponferradina B View
10/15 15:00 6 Unami CP vs Almazan View
10/15 15:00 6 Numancia B vs Atletico Tordesillas View
10/16 10:00 6 Salamanca CF UDS vs At. Bembibre View
10/16 14:00 6 Arandina vs Cultural Leonesa B View

Results

Date R Home vs Away -
10/02 15:00 4 Unami CP vs Real Avila 2-2
10/02 15:00 4 Salamanca CF UDS vs Cultural Leonesa B 3-0
10/02 15:00 4 [10] Becerril vs At. Bembibre [13] 0-1
10/02 15:00 4 [5] Arandina vs Almazan [12] 2-1
10/02 14:00 4 Ponferradina B vs CDA Palencia View
10/02 10:00 4 [8] Atletico Tordesillas vs CD Mirandes II [4] 2-1
10/01 15:15 4 Numancia B vs CD Virgen Del Camino 0-1
10/01 15:00 4 [2] Atletico Astorga vs UD Santa Marta [9] 4-0
10/01 14:45 4 [11] Ponferradina B vs Palencia [15] 2-0
09/25 16:00 3 Almazan vs Atletico Astorga 1-4
09/25 15:30 3 [15] Palencia vs Arandina [3] 1-2
09/25 15:00 3 [12] Real Avila vs Ponferradina B [10] 4-3

Wikipedia - Tercera División

Tercera División (English: Third Division) was the fourth tier of the Spanish football league system. Founded in 1929, it was below the Primera División (also known as La Liga), the Segunda División, and the semi-professional Segunda División B.

For the 2021–22 season, Tercera División was replaced by Tercera División RFEF, which became the fifth tier due to the creation of a new, semi-professional third division by the Spanish federation (RFEF) called the Primera División RFEF.

History

During the inaugural La Liga season of 1928–29 a third level of teams known as Segunda División B was also organised. This division featured 10 teams and at the end of the season Cultural y Deportiva Leonesa were crowned champions. However the 1929–30 season saw the first of many reorganisations of the Spanish football league system and the Tercera Division was born. During its first season the division featured 33 teams divided into eight groups. The eight group winners qualified for a play-off and CD Castellón eventually beat Barakaldo CF 3-2 to be declared champions. The most significant reorganisation came at the start of the 1977–78 season with the revival of Segunda División B which replaced the Tercera División as the third level.

On 6 May 2020, the RFEF announced the creation of a new, two-group, 40-team third division called Primera División RFEF, which made the former third and fourth divisions, Segunda División B and Tercera División, respectively, drop down a level and change into Segunda División RFEF and Tercera División RFEF; the changes were made effective for the 2021–22 campaign.

Evolution of the Tercera División

Tier\Years 1928–50 1950–55 1955–68 1968–70 1970–77 1977–79 1979–80 1980–83 1983–86 1986–87 1987–89 1989–92 1992–04 2004–06 2006–20 2020–21
3 4 to 10 groups 6 groups 14 groups 8 groups 4 groups Segunda División B
4 Regional divisions 6 groups 8 groups 13 groups 14 groups 16 groups 17 groups 17 groups
+2 subgroups
17 groups 17 groups
+2 subgroups
18
groups
18 groups
+36 subgroups
5 Regional divisions

Historical classification

Latest group champions and promoted teams

In bold, group champions are promoted to Segunda División B. Administrative promotions not included in this table.

Season I
X
II
XI
III
XII
IV
XIII
V
XIV
VI
XV
VII
XVI
VIII
XVII
IX
XVIII
2006–07 Deportivo B Caudal Noja Zalla Reus Dénia RSD Alcalá Mirandés Granada Atlético
Algeciras Eivissa Las Palmas B Murcia B Jerez Valle de Egüés Haro Zaragoza B Conquense
Other promoted teams: Girona (V), Sabadell (V), Gavà (V), Villarreal B (VI), Ontinyent (VI), Betis B (X), Lucena (X), San Isidro (XII), Villa de Santa Brígida (XII), Fuerteventura (XII), Mazarrón (XIII), Peña Sport (XIV), Guadalajara (XVIII)
2007–08 Ciudad de Santiago Oviedo Gimn. Torrelavega Portugalete Barcelona B Alzira Ciempozuelos Mirandés Roquetas
CD San Fernando Atlético Baleares Atlético Granadilla Ciudad de Lorquí Don Benito Izarra Alfaro Ejea Toledo
Other promoted teams: Sporting Gijón B (II), Racing Santander B (III), Sant Andreu (V), Valencia Mestalla (VI), Navalcarnero (VII), Antequera (IX), Linense (X), Peña Deportiva (XI), Las Palmas Atlético (XII), Sangonera (XIII), Murcia B (XIII)
2008–09 Compostela Oviedo Gimn. Torrelavega Lagun Onak Espanyol B Villajoyosa RSD Alcalá CF Palencia Unión Estepona
San Roque de Lepe Mallorca B Tenerife B Caravaca Cerro Reyes Izarra Varea Atlético Monzón Toledo
Other promoted teams: Mirandés (VIII), Sporting Mahonés (XI), Cacereño (XIV)
2009–10 Deportivo B Caudal Noja Real Sociedad B L'Hospitalet Gandía Rayo Vallecano B Burgos At. Mancha Real
Alcalá Atlético Baleares Corralejo Jumilla CF Badajoz Tudelano Oyonesa Teruel La Roda
Other promoted teams: Coruxo (I), Santboià (V), Alzira (VI), Getafe B (VII), Yeclano (XIII), Extremadura (XIV), Peña Sport (XV), La Muela (XVII)
2010–11 Cerceda Marino Luanco Noja Amorebieta Llagostera Valencia Mestalla Alcobendas Sport Burgos Comarca de Níjar
Linense Manacor Lanzarote Costa Cálida Villanovense Tudelano Náxara Andorra Toledo
Other promoted teams: Sestao River (IV), Reus (V), Olímpic (VI), SS Reyes (VII), Gimnástica Segoviana (VIII), Arandina (VIII), Sporting Villanueva (XIV), La Roda (XVIII)
2011–12 Ourense Caudal Noja Laudio Prat Catarroja Fuenlabrada Valladolid B Loja
At. Sanluqueño Constància Marino Yeclano Arroyo Peña Sport SD Logroñés Ejea Villarrobledo
Other promoted teams: Barakaldo (IV), San Fernando (X), Binissalem (XI), Izarra (XV), Tudelano (XV)
2012–13 Racing Ferrol Tuilla Tropezón Laudio Olot Elche Ilicitano Puerta Bonita Burgos El Palo
Algeciras Peña Deportiva Las Palmas Atlético La Hoya Lorca Extremadura San Juan Haro Sariñena Toledo
Other promoted teams: Celta Vigo B (I), Compostela (I), Granada B (IX), Conquense (XVIII)
2013–14 Somozas Lealtad Gimn. Torrelavega Leioa Cornellà Eldense Trival Valderas Valladolid B Marbella
Real Betis B Mallorca B Atlético Granadilla UCAM Murcia Villanovense Izarra Varea Zaragoza B Puertollano
Other promoted teams: Langreo (II), Rayo Vallecano B (VII), Atlético Astorga (VIII), San Roque de Lepe (X), Socuéllamos (XVIII)
2014–15 Pontevedra Condal Laredo Portugalete Ascó Castellón Rayo Majadahonda Arandina Linares
Algeciras Formentera Mensajero Jumilla Mérida Peña Sport Varea Ebro Talavera de la Reina
Other promoted teams: Gernika (IV), Arenas (IV), Pobla de Mafumet (V), Atlético Levante (VI), Llosetense (XI), Izarra (XV)
2015–16 Boiro Caudal Laredo Zamudio Prat Atlético Saguntino SS Reyes Zamora At. Mancha Real
Córdoba B Mallorca B Villa de Santa Brígida Lorca Deportiva Extremadura Osasuna B Calahorra Deportivo Aragón Conquense
Other promoted teams: Gavà (V), Navalcarnero (VII), Palencia (VIII), El Ejido (IX), At. Sanluqueño (X), San Fernando (X), Mutilvera (XV)
2016–17 Deportivo B Sporting B Gimn. Torrelavega Alavés B Olot Olímpic Atlético Madrid B Gimn. Segoviana Atlético Malagueño
Real Betis B Formentera Las Palmas Atlético Lorca Deportiva Cacereño Peña Sport Calahorra Deportivo Aragón Talavera de la Reina
Other promoted teams: Rápido de Bouzas (I), Vitoria (IV), Ontinyent (VI), Unión Adarve (VII), Écija (X), Badajoz (XIV)
2017–18 Compostela Oviedo B Gimn. Torrelavega Cultural Durango Espanyol B Atlético Levante Internacional Unionistas Atlético Malagueño
Cádiz B Mallorca B Tenerife B Yeclano Don Benito Mutilvera Calahorra Teruel Conquense
Other promoted teams: Langreo (II), Castellón (VI), Salmantino (VIII), Almería B (IX), Atlético Sanluqueño (X), Ejea (XVII)
2018–19 Racing Ferrol Lealtad Escobedo Portugalete Llagostera Orihuela Getafe B Zamora Jaén
Cádiz B Peña Deportiva Tamaraceite Yeclano Mérida Osasuna B Haro Tarazona Socuéllamos
Other promoted teams: Marino Luanco (II), Alavés B (IV), Prat (V), La Nucía (VI), Las Rozas (VII), Algeciras (X), Villarrubia (XVIII), Villarrobledo (XVIII)
2019–20 Compostela Lealtad Laredo Portugalete L'Hospitalet Alcoyano Navalcarnero Zamora Linares
Betis Deportivo Poblense Marino Lorca Deportiva Villanovense Mutilvera SD Logroñés Tarazona Socuéllamos
Other promoted teams: Covadonga (II), Atzeneta (VI), El Ejido (IX), Tamaraceite (XII)
2020–21 Arenteiro Ceares Cayón Gernika Europa Eldense Leganés B Gimn. Segoviana Vélez
Xerez Deportivo Ibiza Pitiusas Mensajero Águilas FC Cacereño Peña Sport Racing Rioja Teruel Marchamalo
Other promoted teams: Bergantiños, Arosa (I) Llanera, Avilés (II) Rayo Cantabria, Tropezón (III) Real Sociedad C, Sestao River (IV) Terrassa, Cerdanyola del Vallès (V) Alzira, Intercity (VI) Unión Adarve, Móstoles URJC (VII) Cristo Atlético, Burgos Promesas (VIII) Atlético Mancha Real, Antequera (IX) San Roque de Lepe, Ceuta (X) Andratx, Formentera (XI) Panadería Pulido, San Fernando (XII) Atlético Pulpileño, Mar Menor (XIII) Montijo, Coria (XIV) San Juan, Ardoi (XV) Náxara, UD Logroñés B (XVI) Brea, Huesca B (XVII) Calvo Sotelo, Toledo (XVIII)

Records

Most seasons
  • 68 – Murcia Imperial
  • 61 – Arenas Getxo
  • 59 – Constància
Most points
  • 2,955 – Constància (1.43 per game)
  • 2,876 – Murcia Imperial (1.28 per game)
  • 2,747 – Don Benito (1.48 per game)
Most games played
  • 2,205 – Murcia Imperial (32.42 per season)
  • 2,110 – Arenas Getxo (34.60 per season)
  • 2,093 – Europa (36.72 per season)
Most wins
  • 1080 – Cacereño (57.53%)
  • 1035 – Constància (50.07%)
  • 947 – Don Benito (51.00%)
Most draws
  • 591 – Arenas Getxo (28.01%)
  • 514 – Murcia Imperial (23.31%)
  • 509 – Baskonia (26.24%)
Most losses
  • 756 – Lemos (44.31%)
  • 707 – Arenas Getxo (33.51%)
  • 705 – Murcia Imperial (31.97%)
Most goals scored
  • 3,894 – Cacereño (2.06 per game)
  • 3,796 – Murcia Imperial (1.72 per game)
  • 3,682 – Rayo Cantabria, formerly Racing Santander B (1.85 per game)
Most goals received
  • 2,838 – Murcia Imperial (1.34 per game)
  • 2,759 – Atlético Monzón (1.45 per game)
  • 2,674 – Europa (1.31 per game)
Most group titles
  • 16 – Caudal
Most promotion play-offs played
  • 21 – Peña Sport
Highest attendance
  • 27,214 – Oviedo 1–0 Mallorca B, at Estadio Carlos Tartiere on 24 May 2009