1925 in Argentine football

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Football in Argentina
Season 1925
1924 Argentina 1926

1925 in Argentine football saw Huracán winning its 3rd. Asociación Argentina de Football championship while Racing Club won the dissident league Asociación Amateur championship, club's 9th. title.[1]

Primera División[edit]

Asociación Argentina de Football - Copa Campeonato[edit]

Sportivo del Norte changed its name to "Club Atlético Colegiales" and Platense II to "Retiro" (and later to "Universal") while Villa Urquiza changed to "General San Martín".

Pos Team Pts G W D L Gf Ga Gd
1 Huracán 38 21 18 2 1 51 12 +39
2 Nueva Chicago 38 21 18 2 1 46 10 +36
3 El Porvenir 32 21 14 4 3 30 15 +15
4 Temperley 30 20 13 4 3 35 14 +21
5 Chacarita Juniors 28 21 12 4 5 42 19 +23
6 Argentino de Banfield 23 21 9 5 7 31 23 +8
7 Palermo 23 21 10 3 8 29 26 +3
8 General San Martín 22 22 8 6 8 22 24 -2
9 Sportivo Barracas 22 22 8 6 8 22 24 -2
10 Progresista 22 22 6 10 6 23 27 -4
11 Sportsman 18 21 5 8 8 17 21 -4
12 Del Plata 18 20 7 4 9 19 31 -12
13 Dock Sud 18 21 4 10 7 14 24 -10
14 Colegiales 17 21 6 5 10 18 30 -12
15 Boca Alumni 17 22 5 7 10 13 27 -14
16 All Boys 16 21 5 6 10 16 19 -3
17 Universal 15 20 4 7 9 17 25 -8
18 Argentino de Quilmes 15 20 4 7 9 18 30 -12
19 Porteño 14 21 3 8 10 24 44 -20
20 Boca Juniors [2] 13 7 6 1 0 16 3 +13
21 San Fernando 13 22 4 5 13 19 30 -11
22 Argentinos Juniors 13 22 3 7 12 13 24 -11
23 Alvear 5 20 2 1 17 8 41 -33

Championship playoff[edit]

Asociación Amateur de Football[edit]

Pos Team Pts G W D L Gf Ga Gd
1 Racing Club 39 24 15 9 0 40 10 +30
2 San Lorenzo 36 24 14 8 2 41 20 -21
3 Sportivo Almagro 32 24 14 4 6 37 17 +20
4 Platense 32 24 13 6 5 34 21 +13
5 Estudiantes (LP) 30 24 12 6 6 45 31 +14
6 Independiente 29 24 11 7 6 29 17 +12
7 Sportivo Palermo 28 24 10 8 6 32 21 +11
8 Sportivo Buenos Aires 27 24 11 5 8 39 30 +9
9 Defensores de Belgrano 27 24 9 9 6 21 19 +2
10 Lanús 27 24 9 9 6 21 19 +2
11 Liberal Argentino 26 24 9 8 7 19 21 -2
12 Gimnasia y Esgrima (LP) 23 24 9 5 10 19 24 -5
13 Quilmes 22 24 7 8 9 28 32 -4
14 Excursionistas 22 24 7 8 9 17 25 -8
15 Banfield 21 24 7 7 10 20 29 -9
16 Tigre 21 24 8 5 11 26 39 -13
17 River Plate 20 24 7 6 11 21 24 -3
18 Atlanta 20 24 6 8 10 19 23 -4
19 Argentino del Sud 20 24 7 6 11 20 25 -5
20 Vélez Sarsfield 20 24 4 12 8 18 29 -11
21 Ferro Carril Oeste 19 24 7 5 12 27 37 -10
22 Barracas Central 18 24 6 6 12 22 36 -14
23 San Isidro 16 24 5 6 13 24 30 -6
24 Estudiantil Porteño 14 24 5 4 15 19 33 -14
25 Estudiantes (BA) 11 24 3 5 16 12 38 -16

Lower divisions[edit]

Primera B[edit]

Primera C[edit]

  • AAF Champion: Sportivo Balcarce II
  • AAm Champion: Perla del Plata

Argentina national team[edit]

Argentina won the 1925 Copa América played at its own country, being Brazil the runner-up.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Argentina 1925 at RSSSF
  2. ^ Boca Juniors only played 7 matches due to the team was on a large tour over Europe.
  3. ^ The match was suspended before the extra time was played so the players of Nueva Chicago refused to play it and left the field. As a result, the Association proclaimed Huracán as champion.