Stage one play-offs, first leg
Stage one play-offs, second leg
Stage two play-offs, first leg
Stage two play-offs, second leg
Final play-offs, first leg
Final play-offs, second leg
Third division play-offs
Teams promoted to second division A: Albacete, Racing Santander, Leganés, Llagostera.
Teams relegated to regional third division after the play-offs: Algeciras and Caudal.
Teams promoted to second division B following champions play-offs: Cornellá, Lealtad, Leioa, Mallorca B, Marbella, UCAM Murcia, Valladolid B, Villanovense and Zaragoza B.
Teams promoted to second division B following stage two play-offs: Astorga, Betis B, Eldense, Langreo, Puertollano, San Roque, Socuéllamos, Somozas and Trival Valderas. (22.06.14)
Ourense were relegated to the regional third division after failing to be up to date with payments to players by the 30 June deadline, and Celta B will be reinstated after putting up the €265,000 required to clear Ourense's debt. Furthermore the already relegated Noja and Laudio will drop two divisions after they also failed to meet the deadline. Meanwhile Real Madrid C were also relegated to the regional third to make room for their B team, Real Madrid Castilla, who were relegated from the second division A. Rayo Vallecano B will be promoted to replace them. (04.07.14)
The league stage of the second division B ended this weekend, with sixteen teams qualifying for the play-offs. The format will be the same as in previous years, with the group champions of the four regional divisions playing off for two of the promotion spots, and the two losers joining the twelve other sides in a play-off for the other two places. (12.05.14)
Teams qualifying are as follows (group champions in bold):
Group I: Racing Santander, Racing Ferrol, Real Avilés, Guijuelo;
Group II: Sestao, Leganés, Toledo, Las Palmas B;
Group III: Llagostera, L'Hospitalet, Lleida Esportiu, Nàstic;
Group IV: Albacete, La Hoya, Cartagena, Cádiz.
The draw between the group champions was as follows:
Sestao v Albacete
Llagostera v Racing Santander.
The ties will be played home and away over the next two weekends, with the winners being promoted to the second division A. Those two teams will also play each other over two legs in mid-June to decide who will be the overall second division B champions.
At the same time as the first play-offs, six other ties will be played between the remaining sides, and the six winners plus the losers of the games between the group champions will go in to a straight knock-out phase for the other two promotion spots. Pairings are as follows. (12.05.14)
Guijuelo v Leganés
Nàstic v Racing Ferrol
Cádiz v L'Hospitalet
Las Palmas B v La Hoya
Toledo v Lleida
Cartagena v Avilés
Four teams from each of the four regional groups were relegated (three only from group I, which only comprised 19 teams this year), and the four teams finishing fifth from bottom in each group will play off for one of them to avoid the two remaining relegation spots. They will be replaced by 18 sides who win through the division three play-offs (top four of each of the 18 regional groups to take part), which once again will be on a straight knock out basis. The sides relegated were as follows (subject to appeals and relegations for financial reasons which will be decided at the end of July):
Group I: SD Logroñés, Celta B, Noja;
Group II: Laudio, Puerta Bonita, Peña Sport, Sariñena;
Group III: AE Prat, Levante B, Constancia, Ontinyent;
Group IV: La Roda, San Fernando, Sanluqueño, Écija.
The four sides who finished in fifth to bottom spot were as follows: Caudal, Atlético Madrid B, Valencia B, Algeciras. Caudal were paired with Atlético B and Algeciras will face Valencia B. Ties will be over two legs, with the losers going down. (12.05.14)