1905 in Argentine football
|Tercera División||Alumni III [a]|
|Copa de Honor||Alumni|
1905 in Argentine football saw Alumni crowning Argentine champion, winning its 5th league title in six seasons. A new team, Reformer Athletic Club from the city of Campana, registered to play the tournament.
- 1 Primera División
- 2 Lower divisions
- 3 Domestic cup
- 4 International cups
- 5 Argentina national team
- 6 International friendlies
- 7 Notes
- 8 References
The 1905 championship was expanded to include 7 teams, who played in a league format, with each team playing the other twice.
- Champion: América
- Champion: Alumni III
|Rosario AC||4-3 (aet)||CURCC|
|M.O. Wells (2)
J. G. Parr
- Champion: Nacional
Argentina national team
Argentina contested its first official tournament in 1905. The squad played Uruguay for Copa Lipton on 15 August 1905. The game ended 0-0 after extra time and the trophy was awarded to Uruguay as the visiting team.
|16-Jun||Rosario||R. Central / Rosario A.C. Combined||5–0|
|18-Jun||Buenos Aires||Belgrano A.C.||7−0|
|22-Jun||Buenos Aires||Británicos [b]||13−1|
|?||Buenos Aires||R. Central / Rosario A.C. Combined||6−0|
|29-Jun||Buenos Aires||Argentinos [c]||5−0|
|2-Jul||Buenos Aires||Liga Argentina [d]||9−1|
- It was a common practise that clubs playing in Primera División registered reserve teams to play the lower divisions tournaments.
- Team formed by British players that played in the Argentine league during the first years of the 20th Century.
- Team formed by Argentinean players from the Argentine league during the first years of the 20th Century.
- All-star team of the Argentine league.
- Argentina 1905 by Osvaldo José Gorgazzi at RSSSF
- "Argentina - Copa de Honor "Municipalidad de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires" - 1905". Retrieved 19 June 2016.
- "Argentina: Copa Competencia 1ra. División 1905". Retrieved 19 June 2016.
- Historia del Fútbol Argentino, various authors, Editorial Eiffel, Buenos Aires, 1958.
- Other results of Argentina national team at RSSSF.com