1929 Peruvian Primera División
The 1929 Primera División was the 14th season of top-flight Peruvian football. A total of 13 teams competed in this league, with Federación Universitaria winning its first league title. Alianza Lima was disqualified after 7 games; their record was deleted but they were admitted for 1930.
Changes from 1928
The 1928 season was reduced from 19 to 13 teams and was played in a single league table instead of two. Thus, the championship group stage was removed. Two teams were relegated instead of eight.
Promotion and Relegation
Santa Catalina, Lawn Tennis, Asociación Alianza, Alberto Secada, Jorge Washington, Alianza Callao, José Alaya and Unión FC were relegated by placing last in their respective groups. Sporting Tabaco and Hidroaviación were promoted in their place.
|2||Circolo Sportivo Italiano||11||6||4||1||26||23||+3||16|
|8||Unión Buenos Aires||11||2||6||3||17||19||−2||10|
1929 National Champions - 1st title