1985–86 Argentine Primera División

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Primera División
Season1985–86
ChampionsRiver Plate (21st title)
RelegatedChacarita Juniors
Huracán
1986 Copa LibertadoresRiver Plate
Boca Juniors
Top goalscorerUruguay Enzo Francescoli (25 goals)
1985

The 1985–86 Argentine Primera División was the 95th season of top-flight football in Argentina. The season began on July 6, 1985 and ended on April 20, 1986.[1]

This tournament saw a major reform in Argentine football, as the European calendar was adopted as well as the tournament format. The league title was won by River Plate achieving its 21st league title.

League table[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 River Plate 36 23 10 3 74 26 +48 56
2 Newell's Old Boys 36 15 16 5 46 30 +16 46
3 Deportivo Español 36 18 10 8 41 35 +6 46
4 Argentinos Juniors 36 16 12 8 47 39 +8 44
5 Boca Juniors 36 14 13 9 57 47 +10 41
6 Ferro Carril Oeste 36 12 16 8 45 33 +12 40
7 San Lorenzo 36 14 12 10 43 33 +10 40
8 Talleres (C) 36 10 17 9 43 37 +6 37
9 Independiente 36 15 6 15 38 36 +2 36
10 Gimnasia y Esgrima LP 36 9 18 9 29 36 −7 36
11 Instituto (C) 36 11 13 12 33 33 0 35
12 Vélez Sársfield 36 11 12 13 48 48 0 34
13 Huracán 36 10 12 14 44 47 −3 32
14 Unión (SF) 36 9 13 14 27 38 −11 31
15 Temperley 36 8 13 15 44 60 −16 29
16 Estudiantes LP 36 10 7 19 33 47 −14 27
17 Platense 36 7 13 16 37 55 −18 27
18 Racing (C) 36 6 14 16 31 52 −21 26
19 Chacarita Juniors 36 5 11 20 24 53 −29 21

Relegation[edit]

Relegation was determined by averaging the number of points obtained over the three previous seasons

Relegation table[edit]

Team 1983 1984 1985–86 Total points Seasons Points average
Deportivo Español N/A N/A 46 46 1 46.00
Ferro Carril Oeste 46 50 40 136 3 45.33
Argentinos Juniors 36 51 44 131 3 43.66
River Plate 29 43 56 128 3 42.33
San Lorenzo 47 37 40 124 3 41.33
Vélez Sársfield 44 42 34 120 3 40.00
Newell's Old Boys 35 38 46 119 3 39.67
Independiente 48 31 36 115 3 38.33
Estudiantes LP 38 48 27 113 3 37.67
Boca Juniors 37 30 41 108 3 36.00
Gimnasia y Esgrima LP N/A N/A 36 36 1 36.00
Talleres (C) 33 34 37 104 3 34.67
Instituto (C) 35 33 35 103 3 34.33
Unión SF 38 30 31 99 3 33.00
Racing (C) 27 43 26 96 3 32.00
Platense 34 33 27 94 3 31.33
Temperley 33 31 29 93 3 31.00
Huracán 32 27 32 91 3 30.33
Chacarita Juniors N/A 34 21 55 2 27.50

Qualification for Copa Libertadores 1986[edit]

  • River Plate qualified as League champions
  • Argentinos Juniors qualified as Copa Libertadores holders
  • The remaining qualification place was determined by the Liguella Pre-Libertadores

Liguella Pre-Libertadores[edit]

Qualifying round

Home (1st leg) Home (2nd leg) 1st Leg 2nd leg Aggregate
Alianza (CCo) Boca Juniors 1-2 1-2 2-4
Concepción FC Vélez Sársfield 0-3 1-2 1-5
Ferro Carril Oeste C.A. Güemes (SdE) 2-1 2-1 4-2
San Lorenzo Guaraní A. Franco 4-1 3-0 7-1

Quarter-finals

Score
Ferro Carril Oeste Deportivo Español 4-1 (aet)
Newell's Old Boys Belgrano (C) 2-1
Olimpo (BB) Boca Juniors 2-3
San Lorenzo Vélez Sársfield 0-0 (4-3 p.k.)

Semi-finals

Home (1st leg) Home (2nd leg) 1st Leg 2nd leg Aggregate
Newell's Old Boys Ferro C. Oeste 1-0 1-1 2-1
San Lorenzo Boca Juniors 1-2 0-0 1-2

Final

Home (1st leg) Home (2nd leg) 1st Leg 2nd leg Aggregate
Boca Juniors Newell's Old Boys 0-2 4-1 4-3

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Argentina 1985-86 by Pablo Ciullini at RSSSF.com