Copa de Honor Municipalidad de Buenos Aires
The trophy given to champions.
|Region||Buenos Aires, Rosario|
|Number of teams||18 (last edition) |
|Most successful team(s)||Racing
Copa de Honor Municipalidad de Buenos Aires is a defunct official Argentine domestic cup competition. It was contested fourteen times between 1905 and 1920 and had a short revival of only one edition, in 1936.
This cup was played by teams from Greater Buenos Aires and Rosario (which were part of Asociación Rosarina de Football). The champion of this tournament qualified to play the Copa de Honor Cousenier versus a representative team of the Asociación Uruguaya de Fútbol.
List of champions
The following list includes all the editions of the Copa de Honor:
|1909||San Isidro||Estudiantes (BA)||8-1|
|1911||Newell's Old Boys||Porteño||3-2|
|1912||Racing||Newell's Old Boys||3-0|
|1936||San Lorenzo||Huracán||– [a]|
Titles by team
|Racing||4||1912, 1913, 1915, 1917|
|Newell's Old Boys||1||1911|
- Unlike previous editions, The 1936 Copa de Honor MCBA was played in a regular Primera División season format, with 18 teams playing a single-round tournament. San Lorenzo finished 1st and was awarded the cup. In July 2013, the Argentine Football Association recognized the 1936 edition as a Primera División honour awarded to the club.