1926 in Argentine football

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Football in Argentina
Season 1926
1925 1927

1925 in Argentine football saw Boca Juniors winning its 5th. Asociación Argentina de Football title while Independiente obtained the Asociación Amateurs Argentina de Football championship, club's 2nd. title.[1]

Primera División[edit]

Asociación Argentina de Football - Copa Campeonato[edit]

All Boys, Colegiales, El Porvenir, Nueva Chicago, Sportivo Barracas and Temperley moved to rival league Asociación Amateurs when most of fixtures had been disputed.[2]

Alvear, Argentino de Banfield, Boca Alumni, Del Plata, General San Martín, Palermo, Progresista, Sportivo Balcarce, Sportivo Dock Sud, Sportsman and Universal were relegated when the associations merged.

No. Team Pts. G W D L Gf Ga Dif.
1 Boca Juniors 32 17 15 2 0 67 4 +63
2 Argentinos Juniors 28 17 12 4 1 26 11 +15
3 Huracán 24 17 11 2 4 37 8 +35
4 Sportivo Balcarce 23 17 10 3 4 29 19 +10
5 Palermo 23 17 10 3 4 28 23 +5
6 Argentino de Banfield 20 17 9 2 6 31 26 +5
7 Chacarita Juniors 18 17 7 4 6 18 16 +2
8 Argentino de Quilmes 18 17 8 2 7 25 30 -5
9 San Fernando 17 17 8 1 8 21 24 -3
10 Boca Alumni 15 17 5 5 7 21 18 -3
11 Sportsman 15 17 5 5 7 17 22 -5
12 Alvear 15 17 5 5 7 13 20 -7
13 Universal 14 17 5 4 8 12 36 -24
14 General San Martín 13 17 5 3 9 15 24 -9
15 Sportivo Dock Sud 12 17 5 2 10 22 21 +1
16 Del Plata 9 17 4 1 12 15 43 -28
17 Progresista 8 17 4 0 13 19 20 -1
18 Porteño 2 17 0 2 15 17 68 -51
  Champion
  Relegated

Asociación Amateurs Argentina de Football[edit]

Talleres (RE), as the 1925 champion, made its debut in Primera División.

No. Team Pts. G W D L Gf Ga Dif
1 Independiente 46 25 21 4 0 75 14
2 San Lorenzo 45 25 21 3 1 71 21
3 Platense 37 25 16 5 4 41 18
4 Racing Club 34 25 16 2 7 51 36
5 Gimnasia y Esgrima (LP) 33 25 13 7 5 41 27
6 Lanús 33 25 13 7 5 38 28
7 Vélez Sarsfield 31 25 10 11 4 38 27
8 Sportivo Palermo 31 25 14 3 8 51 38
9 Quilmes 29 25 13 3 9 46 22
10 Sportivo Almagro 28 25 12 4 9 26 25
11 River Plate 24 25 10 4 11 32 24
12 Defensores de Belgrano 24 25 10 4 11 24 32
13 Tigre 22 25 7 8 10 32 36
14 Talleres (RE) 22 25 10 2 13 28 36
15 Estudiantes (LP) 21 25 8 5 12 37 35
16 Ferro Carril Oeste 20 25 7 6 12 28 37
17 Barracas Central 19 25 7 5 13 31 42
18 Estudiantil Porteño 19 25 5 9 11 25 38
19 Sportivo Buenos Aires 19 25 7 5 13 24 39
20 Excursionistas 19 25 6 7 12 23 43
21 Banfield 19 25 5 9 11 16 37
22 San Isidro 18 25 8 2 15 32 46
23 Liberal Argentino 18 25 7 4 14 21 37
24 Estudiantes (BA) 17 25 6 5 14 22 45
25 Argentino del Sud 14 25 5 4 16 22 56
26 Atlanta 8 25 1 6 18 22 58

Lower divisions[edit]

Primera B[edit]

  • AAF Champion: Nacional (Adrogué)
  • AAm Champion: Honor y Patria

Primera C[edit]

Argentina national team[edit]

Argentina took part in the 1926 Copa América hosted by Chile. The team finished 2nd. to Uruguay.

References[edit]