1927 in Argentine football

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Football in Argentina
Season 1927
1926 Argentina 1928

1927 in Argentine football saw both leagues reunified under the name "Asociación Amateurs Argentina de Football". The championship was won by San Lorenzo obtaining its 3rd. title.

Sportivo Barracas returned to Primera División, while Sportivo Almagro changed its name to "Almagro".[1]

Primera División[edit]

Pos Team Pts G W D L Gf Ga Dif
1 San Lorenzo 57 33 26 5 2 86 26 +60
2 Boca Juniors 56 33 25 6 2 79 22 +57
3 Lanús 50 33 22 6 5 52 25 +27
4 Ferro Carril Oeste 47 33 19 9 5 58 36 +22
5 Huracán 44 33 18 8 7 58 28 +30
6 Independiente 44 33 20 4 9 65 39 +26
7 Racing Club 41 33 18 5 10 66 42 +22
8 Sportivo Palermo 41 33 17 7 9 50 34 +16
9 Sportivo Barracas 41 33 17 7 9 56 39 +17
10 River Plate 40 33 17 6 10 53 35 +18
11 Estudiantes (LP) 40 33 15 10 8 69 46 +23
12 Quilmes 39 33 16 7 10 62 48 +24
13 Argentino de Quilmes 36 33 14 8 11 55 45 +10
14 Platense 36 33 14 8 11 40 46 -6
15 Chacarita Juniors 35 33 11 13 9 57 48 +9
16 San Fernando 35 33 12 11 10 55 48 +7
17 Banfield 32 33 13 6 14 45 47 -2
18 Argentinos Juniors 32 33 11 10 12 38 40 -2
19 Barracas Central 31 33 11 9 13 54 56 -2
20 Sportivo Buenos Aires 31 33 13 5 15 46 50 -4
21 Almagro 30 33 11 8 14 38 34 -4
22 Liberal Argentino 27 33 9 9 15 40 47 -7
23 Talleres (RE) 27 33 10 9 14 30 38 -8
24 Vélez Sarsfield 27 33 11 5 17 42 62 -20
25 Gimnasia y Esgrima (LP) 25 33 8 9 16 40 57 -17
26 Argentino del Sud 24 33 9 6 18 42 67 -25
27 Estudiantil Porteño 23 33 9 5 19 43 62 -19
28 Excursionistas 22 33 8 6 19 40 69 -29
29 Atlanta 22 33 8 6 19 28 50 -22
30 Defensores de Belgrano [2] 21 33 8 5 20 30 51 -21
31 Tigre [2] 21 33 9 3 21 35 76 -41
32 San Isidro [2] 20 33 6 8 19 39 80 -41
33 Estudiantes (BA) [2] 19 33 5 9 19 22 51 -29
34 Porteño [2] 4 33 1 2 30 24 93 -69

Lower divisions[edit]

Primera B[edit]

Primera C[edit]

  • Champion: Unión de Caseros

International cups[edit]

Copa Dr. Ricardo Aldao[edit]

Final[edit]

Argentina national team[edit]

Argentina won its 3rd. Copa América title, tournament held by Perú.

The national team also won the Copa Newton defeating Uruguay 1-0 at Montevideo.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Argentina 1927 by Pablo Ciullini at RSSSF
  2. ^ a b c d e There were no relegations in 1927 because the rules stated that the 14 founding members of Asociación Amateurs were exempt to be relegated in case of finishing last during their first season in the reunified league. That applied to Defensores de Belgrano, Tigre, San Isidro, Estudiantes (BA) and Porteño. Source: Primera División 1927 at Historia y Futbol
  3. ^ Copa Aldao at RSSSF