Spanish football possesses a class and style you’ll find nowhere else. Attracting some of the best players from around the world, there’s excitement and drama in every league, especially here in the Segunda División, where teams battle it out to earn a spot in the prestigious La Liga. Watch all the action unfold by using StubHub to buy or sell Segunda División tickets today!
The Segunda División was established in 1929 by football governing body the Royal Spanish Football Federation. Although the RSFF is still a part of its administration, the Segunda División has been organised by La Liga since 1984. The league is comprised of 22 teams that play each other twice throughout the 42-match season, once at home and once away. Three teams are promoted to Spain’s top-flight league each year. First and second place are promoted automatically, whereas 3rd to 6th place enter a play-off round. The winner of the playoffs earns that priceless 3rd spot in La Liga. As well as losing three teams from the top, the bottom three teams in the Segunda División are relegated to Segunda División B at the end of the season. This also creates new competition, consisting of those relegated from La Liga who’ll do everything in their power to get back there and those promoted from Segunda División B, who’ll do everything in their power to stay or even go up again! It’s tactical, theatrical and simply gripping to watch, so get behind your favourite team and buy Segunda División tickets right here on StubHub before they sell out!
The most successful club to have played in the Segunda División is Real Murcia, who had won a total of 9 championship titles by 2019. Other teams to regularly compete are Real Club Deportivo de La Coruña, Tenerife and Sporting Gijón. Expect to see the best seasoned and up and coming players across the board perform here. The Segunda División has seen the likes of Spanish nationals Borja Viguera and José Luis Morales play alongside international stars such as Cameroon’s Achille Emaná and Venezuela’s Darwin Machís. For a buzzing atmosphere, head to Zaragoza’s La Romareda stadium to cheer by the side of over 34,500 dedicated fans. Or, for a more intimate game, check out Fuenlabrada’s 2,200 capacity stadium, where you can really get to grips with the intricacies of the beautiful game. Either way, you can buy or sell Segunda División tickets on StubHub right now, so go enjoy the game!
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