1928 Uruguayan Primera División

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Uruguayan Primera División
Season 1928 (26th)
Champions Bandera-club-atletico-penarol.png Peñarol
Matches played 240
Goals scored 562 (2.34 per match)

The Uruguayan Championship 1928 was the 26th season of Uruguay's top-flight football league.

Overview[edit]

The tournament consisted of a two-wheel championship of all against all. It involved sixteen teams, and the champion was Peñarol.

Teams[edit]

Team City Stadium Capacity Foundation Seasons Consecutive seasons Titles 1927
600px Giallo e Bianco.png Bella Vista Montevideo Department Coat of Arms.svg Montevideo Parque Olivos 4 October 1920 3 3 - 10th
CA Capurro.svg Capurro Montevideo Department Coat of Arms.svg Montevideo Parque Narancio 31 October 1914 1 1 - 12th
Bandera del Club Atlético Cerro.png Cerro Montevideo Department Coat of Arms.svg Montevideo Parque Santa Rosa 1 December 1922 1 1 - 13th
600px Amaranto e Verde (Strisce) alternati con Bianco.png Colón Montevideo Department Coat of Arms.svg Montevideo 12 March 1907 - - - -
Defensor Montevideo Department Coat of Arms.svg Montevideo Parque Ricci 15 March 1913 4 1 - 6th
C A Lito.jpg Lito Montevideo Department Coat of Arms.svg Montevideo 1917 5 5 - 9th
Nero e Blu (Strisce).png Liverpool Montevideo Department Coat of Arms.svg Montevideo 15 February 1915 6 6 - 14th
Rosso e Nero (Strisce).png Misiones Montevideo Department Coat of Arms.svg Montevideo Parque Chaná 26 May 1906 2 1 - 7th
Bandera del Club Nacional de Football.svg Nacional Montevideo Department Coat of Arms.svg Montevideo Gran Parque Central 15,000 14 May 1899 24 24 11 3rd
Flag-Olimpia FC.svg Olimpia Montevideo Department Coat of Arms.svg Montevideo Olimpia Park 13 March 1922 1 1 - 8th
Bandera-club-atletico-penarol.png Peñarol / CURCC Montevideo Department Coat of Arms.svg Montevideo Estadio Pocitos 1,000 28 September 1891 23 1 7 2nd
600px Bianco e Verde (Strisce).png Racing Montevideo Department Coat of Arms.svg Montevideo 6 April 1919 2 2 - 15th
600px Verde e Rosso (Strisce).png Rampla Juniors Montevideo Department Coat of Arms.svg Montevideo Parque Nelson 7 January 1914 4 4 1 1st
Arancione Internazionale e Nero.svg Sud América Montevideo Department Coat of Arms.svg Montevideo 15 January 1914 1 1 - 5th
600px Bianco e Marrone.png Uruguay Onward Montevideo Department Coat of Arms.svg Montevideo 6 6 - 11th
Bianco e Nero (Strisce).png Montevideo Wanderers Montevideo Department Coat of Arms.svg Montevideo Estadio Belvedere 15 August 1902 22 22 2 4th

League standings[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Logo Campeonato Uruguayo ByN.png 1 Peñarol 30 20 5 5 66 22 +44 45
2 Rampla Juniors 30 15 7 8 44 24 +20 37
3 Nacional 30 12 11 7 40 26 +14 35
4 Cerro 30 11 12 7 32 33 -1 34
5 Sud América 30 11 11 8 28 21 +7 33
6 Defensor 30 12 8 10 36 32 +4 32
7 Capurro 30 11 10 9 30 33 -3 32
8 Misiones 30 11 9 10 36 35 +1 31
9 Bella Vista 30 11 8 11 35 34 +1 30
10 Colón 30 10 9 11 33 43 -10 29
11 Montevideo Wanderers 30 9 10 11 25 29 -4 28
12 Olimpia 30 9 10 11 31 44 -13 28
13 Liverpool 30 8 10 11 30 34 -4 26
1downarrow red.svg 14 Uruguay Onward 30 7 7 16 31 53 -22 21
1downarrow red.svg 15 Racing 30 7 6 17 33 49 -16 20
1downarrow red.svg 16 Lito 30 5 9 16 32 50 -18 19
Silueta trofeo Campeonato Uruguayo.png
Uruguay
Uruguayan Champion 1928
Escudo-club-atletico-penarol.png Peñarol
3rd title[1][2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Five CURCC championships are not included, but there is controversy whether the CURCC and Penarol are the same club. They also won the Uruguayan Championship Tournament of FUF and the Provisional Council Tournament.
  2. ^ http://diariolarepublica.net/penarol-49-titulos-verdad-o-farsa/