1926 in Argentine football

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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]