Seasons in Argentine football

Seasons in Argentine football

The following is a list of articles that lead to final each season in Argentine football. Each article provides the final league tables for that season, which since 1992 are divided in Apertura (July-December) and Clausura (January-June), at the end of which the relegations are decided according to the average points of the last 3 seasons. Also included are the 4 top goalscorers of each championship, and the final relegation average and promotion results.The last 2 teams go directly to second division, whereas the following 2 worst teams play the "promotion" against the 3rd and 4th of the second division for a place in first division (see Relegation and Promotion for details).

The articles also have details on the matches of the Argentina national team, both official and friendly ones.


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  • 1911 in Argentine football — saw Alumni regain the championship for the third time in succession, by beating Porteño in a championship playoff. It was their 10th title in 12 seasons and their last, the football team was disbanded at the end of the season, due to financial… …   Wikipedia

  • 1906 in Argentine football — saw Alumni Athletic Club regain the Argentine championship making it their 6th championship in seven seasons.The 1906 championship was expanded to include 11 teams. The teams were split into two groups with each team playing the others in their… …   Wikipedia

  • 1907 in Argentine football — saw Alumni Athletic Club regain the Argentine championship their third in a row and their 7th championship in eight seasons.The 1907 championship featured eleven teams, with each team playing the other twice. Final Standings*Barracas Athletic… …   Wikipedia

  • 1909 in Argentine football — saw Alumni win the championship, their 8th title in 10 seasons.The 1909 championship featured 10 teams, with each team playing the other twice. In 1909 River Plate joined the championship, they have gone on to win more Argentine league titles… …   Wikipedia

  • 1897 in Argentine football — saw Lomas Athletic Club win their 4th Argentine championship in 5 seasons. They won the title after winning the 2nd replay of the title playoff against Lanús Athletic.Final StandingsChampionship playoffExternal links*… …   Wikipedia

  • 1898 in Argentine football — saw Lomas Athletic Club win their 5th Argentine championship in 6 seasons. The runners up were Lobos Athletic.Final StandingsChampionship playoffExternal links* [http://www.rsssf.com/tablesa/arghist ama1890s.html#a1894 Final tables in Argentina:… …   Wikipedia

  • 1905 in Argentine football — saw Alumni Athletic Club regain the Argentine championship making it their 5th championship in six seasons.The 1905 championship was expanded to include 7 teams, who played in a league format, with each team playing the other twice. Final… …   Wikipedia

  • 1910 in Argentine football — saw Alumni regain the championship, their 9th title in 11 seasons.The 1909 championship was reduced from 10 to 9 teams, with each team playing the other twice. Final standingsDomestic cup*Copa Jockey Club: Estudiantes de Buenos AiresReferences*… …   Wikipedia

  • 1927 in Argentine football — In 1927 the Argentine league system was reunified under the name Asociación Amateurs Argentina de Football . The championship was won by San Lorenzo de Almagro.League table*Talleres (RE) had 2 points deducted.RelegationNo teams were relegated… …   Wikipedia

  • 1928 in Argentine football — In 1928 the Asociación Amateurs Argentina de Football Primera División was expanded to include 36 teams. The teams played in a single league with each team playing the other only once.League tableRelegationTeams finishing in the bottom 4 for two… …   Wikipedia

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