1934 Argentine Primera División

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Primera División
Season 1934
Champions Boca Juniors
Matches played 273
Goals scored 995 (3.64 per match)
Top goalscorer Argentina Evaristo Barrera
(34 goals)
Biggest away win Atlanta 1-8 Argentinos Juniors
Highest scoring Gimnasia y Esgrima (LP) 8-2 Ferro Carril Oeste
Longest winning run River Plate 6-0 Ferro Carril Oeste,
1933
1935

The 1934 Primera División season was the fourth season of the professional football of the Argentine top-flight. Boca Juniors won its 8th title this season. Evaristo Barrera of Racing was the topscorer.[1]

Format and teams[edit]

The format for this season was a triple round-robin format, which was unique to this season. In order to accommodate the extra round, the number of teams was reduced from eighteen to fourteen. Six clubs were affected in the reduction of teams. Two clubs were relegated to a one-off Segunda División based on low ticket sales: Quilmes and Tigre. The remaining four clubs merged with another to form new entities which were allowed to participate this season: Talleres (BA) and Lanús merged to form Unión Talleres-Lanús; Atlanta and Argentinos Juniors merged to form Atlanta-Argentino Juniors. Atlanta-Argentinos Juniors lasted until Round 25, at which point it simply became Argentinos Juniors. Unión Talleres-Lanús lasted the entire season, but dissolved afterwards.

Standings[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
1 Boca Juniors 39 23 9 7 101 62 +39 55
2 Independiente 39 23 8 8 73 41 +32 54
3 San Lorenzo 39 22 7 10 84 63 +21 51
4 River Plate 39 23 4 12 91 44 +47 50
5 Estudiantes (LP) 39 17 10 12 70 56 +14 44
6 Racing 39 18 7 14 83 64 +19 43
7 Platense 39 16 11 12 70 74 −4 43
8 Vélez Sarsfield 39 16 9 14 80 70 +10 41
9 Gimnasia y Esgrima (LP) 39 14 10 15 82 86 −4 38
10 Huracán 39 14 9 16 59 67 −8 37
11 Chacarita Juniors 39 13 8 18 63 74 −11 34
12 Unión Talleres-Lanús 39 8 11 20 50 81 −31 27
13 Ferro Carril Oeste 39 6 8 25 51 100 −49 20
14 Argentinos Juniors 39 2 5 32 38 113 −75 9

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