2006 Torneo Apertura (Chile)

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Apertura Tournament
Season 2006
Champions Colo-Colo
24th title
2007 Copa Libertadores Colo-Colo
Copa Sudamericana Colo-Colo
Huachipato
Matches played 187
Goals scored 517 (2.76 per match)
Top goalscorer Humberto Suazo
(19 goals)
Biggest home win Colo-Colo 7–2 Rangers
(2 April 2006)
Biggest away win Palestino 1–5 Puerto Montt
(31 March 2006)
Longest winning run 8 matches
Colo-Colo
Longest unbeaten run 9 matches
Universidad de Chile
Longest winless run 9 matches
Santiago Morning
Longest losing run 4 matches
Santiago Morning
Highest attendance 61,000
Colo-Colo 0–1 Universidad de Chile
← 2005

The 2006 Apertura Tournament was the first tournament in the 2006 season of the Chilean Primera División. The tournament also was known as Copa Banco Estado for sponsorship reasons.

The defending champions is Universidad Católica that won their 9th Primera División title the last season, after defeat Universidad de Chile in the playoffs finals.

Teams[edit]

Stadia[edit]

Team Home city Stadium Capacity 2006 season
Antofagasta Antofagasta Regional de Antofagasta 33,010 Primera B runners-up
Audax Italiano Santiago Municipal de La Florida 10,000 17th in Clausura
Cobreloa Calama Municipal de Calama 13,000 10th in Clausura
Cobresal El Salvador Estadio El Cobre 15,000 6th in Clausura
Colo-Colo Santiago Estadio Monumental 47,017 2nd in Clausura
Coquimbo Unido Coquimbo Francisco Sánchez Rumoroso 10,000 20th in Clausura
Deportes Concepción Calama Municipal de Concepción 29,000 5th in Clausura
Deportes La Serena La Serena La Portada 14,000 8th in Clausura
Everton Viña del Mar Sausalito 19,074 12th in Clausura
Huachipato Talcahuano Estadio Las Higueras 10,500 4th in Clausura
Palestino Santiago La Cisterna 12,000 11th in Clausura
Puerto Montt Santiago Regional de Chinquihue 8,000 19th in Clausura
O'Higgins Melipilla El Teniente 14,500 Primera B Liguilla winner
Santiago Morning Santiago Municipal de La Pintana 6,000 Primera B winners
Santiago Wanderers Valparaíso Regional Chiledeportes 18,500 13th in Clausura
Rangers Talca Fiscal de Talca 12,400 18th in Clausura
Unión Española Santiago Santa Laura 18,500 9th in Primera A
Universidad Católica Santiago San Carlos de Apoquindo 12,000 Clausura winners
Universidad de Chile Santiago Estadio Nacional 66,000 Clausura runners-up
Universidad de Concepción Concepción Municipal de Concepción 29,000 7th in Clausura

League table[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Colo-Colo 18 13 1 4 54 22 +32 40 Copa Sudamericana First Stage
2 Huachipato 18 11 3 4 32 19 +13 36 Copa Sudamericana Preliminary Stage
3 Universidad de Chile 18 10 5 3 27 20 +7 35 Playoffs
4 Universidad de Concepción 18 9 6 3 31 23 +8 33
5 Audax Italiano 18 9 5 4 32 22 +10 32
6 Universidad Católica 18 9 5 4 27 20 +7 0321
7 Cobreloa 18 9 3 6 32 24 +8 30
8 Unión Española 18 8 4 6 24 21 +3 28
9 La Serena 18 5 7 6 32 31 +1 0221
10 Cobresal 18 6 4 8 26 32 −6 22
11 O'Higgins 18 5 6 7 26 31 −5 0211 Playoffs
12 Everton 18 5 6 7 20 27 −7 21
13 Antofagasta 18 5 6 7 26 31 −5 21
14 Puerto Montt 18 4 5 9 33 32 +1 17
15 Coquimbo Unido 18 3 8 7 16 26 −10 17
16 Santiago Wanderers 18 5 2 11 16 30 −14 17
17 Palestino 18 4 4 10 22 35 −13 16
18 Rangers 18 4 4 10 26 40 −14 16
19 Santiago Morning 18 2 6 10 15 31 −16 12

Source: Asociación Nacional de Fútbol Profesional
Rules for classification: 1st points; 2nd wins; 3rd goal difference; 4th goals scored; 5th away goals; 6th red cards; 7th yellow cards; 8th draw.
1) That teams qualified via "Repechaje".

Top goalscorers[edit]

As of 12 June 2011.[1]
Rank Player Club Goals
1 Chile Humberto Suazo Colo-Colo 19
2 Chile Matías Fernández Colo-Colo 14
3 Chile Juan Quiroga Cobresal 13
Chile Leonardo Monje Puerto Montt 13
4 Chile Rodrigo Millar Huachipato 12
Chile Héctor Mancilla Colo-Colo 12
Colombia Herly Alcázar Universidad de Chile 11

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Estadísticas de la Primera División - ANFP" (in Spanish). Anfp.cl. 12 June 2011. 

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