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Spain - Spanish Segunda División

Besides La Liga or the Primera Division, Spain has a second professional league, known as the Segunda Division (Second Division) or Liga Adelante (2008). The Seguna Division was founded in 1929 and has 22 teams, that also participate in the Copa del Rey (the Spanish Cup). Current champion (2011/2012) is Deportiva la Coruna. Of the 22 teams two teams are promoted immediately to the Primera Division. Most of these matches in the highest Spanish division have a free live stream. The last team that plays in the live streamed Primera Division the next year comes from places 3-6 who, at the end of the season, play a knock out to decide who is going to the Primera Division and who stays in the Segunda Division. The Primera Division welcomes for the 2012 2013 season: Deportivo La Coruna, Celta de Vigo and Valladolid. Relegated to the Liga Adelante are Villareal, Sporting Gijon and Racing Santander.

On the other side, four teams relegate to the Segunda Division B, which will not have a football live stream. For the 2012 2013 season, Villareal B (due to Villareal A's relegation to the Segunda Division, even though they came 12th), Cartagena, Alcoyano and Gimnastic will have to play in the Segunda Division B for at least one season. Out of this Segunda Division B Lugo, Mirandes, Real Madrid Castilla and Ponferradino have been promoted to the Liga Adelante.

Although the Segunda Division is not so well known as the Primera Division of which almost every match has a football live stream on internet there are many clubs that sound rather familiar. Currently you may know the names of Barcelona B, Hercules Alicante, Racing Santander, Real Madrid Castilla, Villareal and Sporting de Gijon. All these clubs are either related to Barca Real or have played in the Primera Division in recent years. With these clubs the Segunda Division has enough quality to exist as a primary European League and many clubs that play in the Liga Adelante would be a serious threat to European “top” clubs. It just happens to be that the Primera Division is the best League in Europe and arguably in the world. Also the Segunda Division has 22 clubs, so each club plays 42 times during the regular season.

On top of this they also join the Copa del Rey, which will be streamed live most of the time and obviously at the end of the season some play for promotion or relegation. All in all each clubs plays around 50 matches a year, which is more than a regular competition from an other European country. So make no mistake in thinking that the Segunda Division is “only” Spain's second league, because it is much more than that. The prospects of Barcelona and Real Madrid play in this league (in Barcelona B and Real Madrid Castilla respectively) alongside many former clubs from the Primera Division. Not all, but certainly some matches from the Segunda Division are streamed live on this site. So make sure to come back here to find out who is playing who at what time.

Segunda División 2013-2014

Spanish Segunda División
 

Standings Segunda División 2013-2014

MPWDL
1Elche CF428223136(54-27)
2Villarreal427721147(68-38)
3UD Almeria427422812(72-50)
4Girona FC427121813(74-56)
5AD Alcorcon426921615(57-55)
6Las Palmas4266181212(62-55)
7SD Ponferradina426619914(57-50)
8Real Madrid II425917817(80-62)
9FC Barcelona II4257151215(76-71)
10Sporting de Gijón4256151116(60-53)
11CD Lugo4256151116(46-54)
12Numancia4255131613(53-55)
13Recreativo de Huelva425415918(46-57)
14Cordoba425415918(55-55)
15CD Mirandes4252131316(35-51)
16CE Sabadell4252141018(54-69)
17Hercules CF4250131118(43-53)
18CD Guadalajara4250121416(46-53)
19Real Murcia4247121119(43-56)
20Racing Santander4246121020(38-51)
21SD Huesca4245111219(46-58)
22Deportivo Xerez42307926(38-74)