1936 Argentine Primera División

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These are the statistics of Primera División Argentina 1936 season.

Overview[edit]

Two championships were disputed that year, "Copa de Honor" (won by San Lorenzo de Almagro) and "Copa Campeonato" (won by River Plate). At the end of the season, both champions, River and San Lorenzo, played a single match for the "Copa de Oro" trophy.

Copa de Honor[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
1 San Lorenzo 17 12 4 1 45 21 +24 28
2 Huracán 17 11 3 3 30 20 +10 25
3 Boca Juniors 17 10 4 3 36 17 +19 24
4 Vélez Sarsfield 17 10 2 5 40 25 +15 22
5 Independiente 17 9 4 4 35 35 0 22
6 River Plate 17 9 3 5 35 35 0 21
7 Atlanta 17 8 3 6 34 38 −4 19
8 Racing 17 8 2 7 34 38 −4 18
9 Quilmes 17 7 4 6 27 26 +1 18
10 Chacarita Juniors 17 7 4 6 31 31 0 18
11 Estudiantes (LP) 17 8 1 8 40 34 +6 17
12 Platense 17 6 4 7 23 26 −3 16
13 Ferro Carril Oeste 17 5 4 8 46 44 +2 14
14 Gimnasia y Esgrima (LP) 17 4 5 8 33 45 −12 13
15 Talleres (RE) 17 6 0 11 27 30 −3 12
16 Lanús 17 3 3 11 29 43 −14 9
17 Tigre 17 2 3 12 17 42 −25 7
18 Argentinos Juniors 17 1 1 15 15 54 −39 3

Copa Campeonato[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
1 River Plate 17 13 2 2 49 19 +30 28
2 San Lorenzo 17 11 2 4 41 24 +17 24
3 Racing 17 10 3 4 43 27 +16 23
4 Independiente 17 10 1 6 32 29 +3 21
5 Boca Juniors 17 9 2 6 39 19 +20 20
6 Atlanta 17 8 3 6 39 30 +9 19
7 Platense 17 6 7 4 26 29 −3 19
8 Huracán 17 7 4 6 32 22 +10 18
9 Argentinos Juniors 17 7 4 6 26 32 −6 18
10 Ferro Carril Oeste 17 7 3 7 30 36 −6 17
11 Estudiantes (LP) 17 6 4 7 32 32 0 16
12 Chacarita Juniors 17 6 4 7 36 42 −6 16
13 Vélez Sarsfield 17 7 1 9 45 35 +10 15
14 Gimnasia y Esgrima (LP) 17 6 2 9 31 48 −17 14
15 Lanús 17 5 2 10 27 43 −16 12
16 Quilmes 17 4 3 10 24 39 −15 11
17 Tigre 17 2 4 11 21 43 −22 8
18 Talleres (RE) 17 1 5 11 19 43 −24 7

Copa de Oro[edit]

Trophy disputed by both champions of the year, San Lorenzo and River Plate. In June 2013 (77 years after the match was played) the AFA recognized it as a new championship for River Plate, adding it to club's Primera División honours. The association also recognized the "Copa de Honor" as a championship for San Lorenzo, adding it to clubs' Primera División titles.[1][2][3]

Both teams had been previously recognized as champions (two titles for River and one for San Lorenzo) on 1936 AFA's Annual Report and Balance,[4] but the association officialized their honors long after.

Details[edit]

River Plate
San Lorenzo
GK Sirni
DF Vassini
DF Cuello
MF Malazzo
MF Minella
MF Wergifker
FW Peucelle
FW Cesarini
FW Ferreyra
FW Moreno
FW Pedernera
Manager:
Hungary Emérico Hirschl
GK Gualco
DF Tarrío
DF Gilli
MF Arrese
MF Schavone
MF Chividini
FW Cavadini
FW Alarcón
FW Canteli
FW García
FW Pantó
Manager:
Argentina José Fossa

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