1932 Argentine Primera División

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Primera División
Season 1932
Champions Sportivo Barracas (AFA)
River Plate (LAF)
1931
1933

The 1932 Primera División was the 41° season of top-flight football in Argentina. It continued with both associations organising tournaments: the official AFA season, contested between March 13 and November 13, used the same format as the previous season: a double round-robin format with no relegation at the end of the tournament. The dissident Liga Argentina de Football (LAF, the professional one) started on March 20, with two relegations programmed although a change of rules determined that only Sportivo Palermo was relegated to the second division.

Sportivo Barracas won the amateur Asociación Argentina de Football (AFA) title[1] while River Plate won its second Primera División title after a decisive playoff against Independiente. Víctor Caamaño was the coach of the champion. The topscorer of the LAF was Bernabé Ferreyra of River Plate, who scored 43 goals.[2]

Final tables[edit]

Asociación Argentina de Football (AFA)[edit]

Primera División (AFA)
Season 1932
Champions Sportivo Barracas (1° title)
Relegated Sportivo Palermo
Top goalscorer Argentina Juan Carlos Irurieta (All Boys)
(23 goals)
1931
1933
Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
1 Sp. Barracas 32 21 5 6 74 35 +39 47
2 Barracas Central 32 18 6 8 46 33 +13 42
3 Colegiales 32 17 8 7 55 43 +12 42
4 Defensores de Belgrano 32 16 6 10 56 46 +10 38
5 All Boys 32 16 5 11 70 55 +15 37
6 Almagro 32 14 7 11 48 50 −2 35
7 El Porvenir 32 13 6 13 54 45 +9 32
8 Estudiantes (BA) 32 9 12 11 53 54 −1 30
9 Banfield 32 12 6 14 44 49 −5 30
10 Excursionistas 32 11 8 13 54 66 −12 30
11 Liberal Argentino 32 10 8 14 34 41 −7 28
12 Estudiantil Porteño 32 10 7 15 45 71 −26 27
13 Argentino de Quilmes 32 11 4 17 51 57 −6 26
14 Argentino de Temperley 32 9 8 15 35 57 −22 26
15 Nueva Chicago [3] 32 10 5 17 50 62 −12 25
16 Sp. Buenos Aires [3] 32 8 9 15 45 63 −18 25
17 Sp. Palermo 32 10 4 18 39 36 +3 24

Liga Argentina de Football[edit]

Primera División (LAF)
Season 1932
Champions River Plate (2° title)
Relegated (none)
Matches played 306
Goals scored 1,075 (3.51 per match)
Top goalscorer Argentina Bernabé Ferreyra
(43 goals)
1931
1933
Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
1 River Plate [4] 34 22 6 6 81 43 +38 50
2 Independiente [4] 34 22 6 6 70 40 +30 50
3 Racing 34 20 9 5 59 26 +33 49
4 Boca Juniors 34 20 6 8 82 45 +37 46
5 San Lorenzo 34 17 11 6 83 44 +39 45
6 Estudiantes (LP) 34 16 8 10 80 62 +18 40
7 Gimnasia y Esgrima (LP) 34 15 7 12 78 61 +17 37
8 Vélez Sarsfield 34 15 7 12 48 52 −4 37
9 Huracán 34 14 7 13 58 62 −4 35
10 Platense 34 13 9 12 57 63 −6 35
11 Ferro Carril Oeste 34 13 7 14 64 59 +5 33
12 Quilmes 34 13 6 15 50 67 −17 32
13 Chacarita Juniors 34 12 7 15 74 73 +1 31
14 Argentinos Juniors 34 6 11 17 40 65 −25 23
15 Lanús 34 6 6 22 37 74 −37 18
16 Talleres (RE) 34 5 7 22 44 74 −30 17
17 Tigre 34 5 7 22 49 94 −45 17
18 Atlanta 34 6 5 23 32 82 −50 17

Championship playoff[edit]

November 20, 1932
River Plate 3–0 Independiente
Ferreyra Goal 11'
Peucelle Goal 22'
Zatelli Goal 38'
Report
Estadio Gasómetro, Buenos Aires
Referee: Eduardo Forte
River Plate
Independiente
GK Sebastián Sirni
DF Roberto Basílico
DF Alberto Cuello
MF Carlos Santamaría
MF Manuel Dañil
MF Esteban Malazzo
FW Ricardo Zatelli
FW Pedro Lago
FW Argentina Bernabé Ferreyra
FW Argentina Carlos Peucelle
FW Nazareno Luna
Manager:
Víctor Caamaño
GK Argentina Atilio Maccarone
DF Luis María Fazio
DF Spain Fermín Lecea
MF Juan Ferrou
MF UruguayJuan C. Corazzo
MF Uruguay Emilio Almiñana
FW Uruguay Roberto Porta
FW Argentina Antonio Sastre
FW Argentina Manuel Seoane
FW Manuel Ramos
FW Juan Betinotti
Manager:
Uruguay Zoilo Canavery

References[edit]

  1. ^ Argentina 1932 (amateur) on RSSSF.com
  2. ^ Argentina 1932 on RSSSF.com
  3. ^ a b Relegation playoff. After three matches drew, the fourth game was never played and both teams remained in Primera.
  4. ^ a b Played a championship playoff after both teams finished first with 50 points each.