1993–94 Primera B Nacional

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Primera B Nacional
Season 1993–94
Champions Gimnasia y Esgrima (J)
(1st divisional title)
Promoted Gimnasia y Esgrima (J)
Talleres (C)
Relegated Ituzaingó
Sarmiento (J)
Chaco For Ever
Top goalscorer Dante Fernández 29 goals
1992-93
1994-95

The 1993-94 Argentine Primera B Nacional was the eight season of second division professional of football in Argentina. A total of 22 teams competed; the champion and runner-up were promoted to Argentine Primera División.

Club information[edit]

Club City Stadium
All Boys Floresta Islas Malvinas
Almirante Brown Isidro Casanova Fragata Presidente Sarmiento
Arsenal Sarandí Julio H. Grondona
Atlético de Rafaela Rafaela Nuevo Monumental
Atlético Tucumán San Miguel de Tucumán Monumental Presidente Jose Fierro
Central Córdoba Rosario Gabino Sosa
Chaco For Ever Resistencia Juan Alberto García
Colón Santa Fe Brigadier General Estanislao López
Deportivo Laferrere Gregorio de Laferrere José Luis Sánchez
Deportivo Morón Morón Francisco Urbano
Douglas Haig Pergamino Miguel Morales
Gimnasia y Esgrima San Salvador de Jujuy 23 de Agosto
Instituto Córdoba Presidente Perón
Ituzaingó Ituzaingó Ituzaingó
Nueva Chicago Mataderos Nueva Chicago
Quilmes Quilmes Centenario
San Martín San Miguel de Tucumán La Ciudadela
Sarmiento Junín Eva Perón
Sportivo Italiano Ciudad Evita Republica de Italia
Talleres Córdoba La Boutique
Talleres Remedios de Escalada Talleres de Remedios de Escalada
Unión Santa Fe 15 de Abril

Standings[edit]

Gimnasia y Esgrima (J) was declared champion and was automatically promoted to Primera División, and the teams placed 2º to 8º qualified for the Second Promotion Playoff.

Pos Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
Gimnasia y Esgrima (J) 58 42 21 16 5 66 36 +30
Quilmes 55 42 20 15 7 71 41 +30
San Martín (T) 47 42 14 19 9 51 39 +12
Colón 47 42 17 13 12 59 49 +10
Talleres (C) 47 42 15 17 10 42 34 +8
Nueva Chicago 46 42 16 14 12 70 52 +18
Instituto 46 42 16 14 12 59 50 +9
Atlético Tucumán 45 42 18 9 15 64 52 +12
All Boys 45 42 18 9 15 55 59 -4
10º Deportivo Morón 45 42 15 15 12 61 72 -11
11º Arsenal 43 42 13 17 12 42 39 +3
12º Unión 43 42 15 13 14 55 54 +1
13º Atlético de Rafaela 42 42 13 16 13 52 50 +2
14º Douglas Haig 41 42 12 17 13 50 52 -2
15º Deportivo Laferrere 39 42 11 17 14 45 54 -9
16º Almirante Brown 38 42 12 14 16 51 63 -12
17º Sportivo Italiano 36 42 11 14 17 41 43 -2
18º Sarmiento (J) 36 42 9 18 15 43 55 -12
19º Central Córdoba (R) 34 42 9 16 17 44 63 -19
20º Talleres (RE) 32 42 9 14 19 35 58 -23
21º Ituzaingó 30 42 9 12 21 36 52 -16
22º Chaco For Ever 29 42 6 17 19 28 53 -25
Champion. Automatically Promoted to Primera División.
Qualified for the Second Promotion Playoff.

Second Promotion Playoff[edit]

The Second Promotion Playoff or Torneo Reducido was played by the teams placed 2º to 8º in the overall standings: Quilmes (2º), San Martín (T) (3º), Colón (4º), Talleres (C) (5º), Nueva Chicago (6º), Instituto (7º) and Atlético Tucumán (8º), and the champion of Primera B Metropolitana: Chacarita Juniors. The winning team was promoted to Primera División.

Bracket[edit]

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                                         
3 San Martín (T) (a) 2 1 3  
8 Atlético Tucumán 2 1 3  
  3 San Martín (T) 0 0 0  
  5 Talleres (C) 2 0 2  
5 Talleres (C) (a) 2 0 2
6 Nueva Chicago 2 0 2  
  5 Talleres (C) 1 3 4
  7 Instituto 1 1 2
2 Quilmes 1 1 2  
PBM Chacarita Juniors 0 1 1  
  2 Quilmes 0 3 3
  7 Instituto 3 3 6  
4 Colón 0 1 1
7 Instituto 2 2 4  
  • Note: The team in the first line plays at home the second leg.

Relegation[edit]

Pos
Team 1991-92
Pts
1992-93
Pts
1993-94
Pts
Total
Pts
Total
Pld
Avg
Situation Affiliation
1 Gimnasia y Esgrima (J) 58 58 42 1.381 Indirect
2 Colón 52 56 47 155 126 1.23 Direct
3 Quilmes 45 55 100 84 1.19 Direct
4 San Martín (T) 51 47 98 84 1.167 Indirect
5 Talleres (C) 47 47 42 1.119 Indirect
6 Nueva Chicago 49 44 46 139 126 1.103 Direct
7 All Boys 45 45 42 1.071 Direct
8 Almirante Brown 52 45 38 135 126 1.071 Direct
9 Instituto 47 41 46 134 126 1.063 Indirect
10 Atlético Tucumán 46 42 45 133 126 1.056 Indirect
11 Arsenal 45 43 88 84 1.048 Direct
12 Unión 43 43 86 84 1.024 Direct
13 Douglas Haig 50 34 41 125 126 0.992 Indirect
14 Central Córdoba (R) 42 46 34 122 126 0.968 Direct
15 Sportivo Italiano 38 48 36 122 126 0.968 Direct
16 Deportivo Morón 41 35 45 121 126 0.96 Direct
17 Atlético de Rafaela 35 43 42 120 126 0.952 Indirect
18 Deportivo Laferrere 39 40 39 118 126 0.937 Direct
19 Talleres (RE) 44 41 32 117 126 0.929 Direct
20 Chaco For Ever 46 41 29 116 126 0.921 Liga Chaqueña de fútbol Indirect
21 Sarmiento (J) 36 36 42 0.857 Primera B Metropolitana Direct
22 Ituzaingó 38 30 68 84 0.81 Direct

Note: Clubs with indirect affiliation with AFA are relegated to their respective league of his province according to the Argentine football league system, while clubs directly affiliated face relegation to Primera B Metropolitana. Clubs with direct affiliation are all from Greater Buenos Aires, with the exception of Newell's, Rosario Central, Central Córdoba and Argentino de Rosario, all from Rosario, and Unión and Colón from Santa Fe.

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