1925 in Argentine football

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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.