1950 Chilean Primera División season
The 1950 Chilean Primera Division season was the 18th season of the Chilean professional football, with the participation of twelve teams.
The tournament was played in a Round-robin tournament system.
The champion of the tournament was Everton de Viña del Mar, that achieved his first championship, being the first team outside of Santiago in win the national championship.
Everton and Unión Española ended up tied in points at the end of the 22 weeks of regular season. Tournament rules establish that, unlike any other position on the table, if two or more teams are equal in points at the end of play, goal difference does not count and a playoff game is required. Everton won that match and was crowned as champion.
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