All-time Argentine Primera División table

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The All-time Argentine Primera División table is a cumulative record of all match results, points and goals of every team that has played in the Argentine association football top division since the first championship held in 1891.

Positions[edit]

The table include the best placed teams competing since 1891, updated as of 2015 season:

Pos. Club Pts.[1] GP W W3 [1] W2 [1] D D2 D1 L GF GA GD PD TL
1 River Plate 5238 3705 1961 375 1586 939 6 933 804 6801 4083 2718 4 36
2 Boca Juniors 5036 3593 1850 434 1437 919 7 913 824 6488 3976 2512 3 31
3 San Lorenzo 4623 3575 1631 338 1293 958 8 950 947 6008 4365 1643 3 15
4 Independiente' 4580 3653 1625 284 1365 991 7 984 989 6117 4353 1764 0 16
5 Racing 4387 3556 1559 292 1267 977 6 971 1020 5864 4386 1478 6 17
6 Vélez Sarsfield 4112 3430 1391 333 1058 974 12 962 1065 5109 4406 703 3 10
7 Estudiantes (LP) 4052 3420 1391 314 1077 952 4 948 1177 5394 4770 624 0 6
8 Gimnasia y Esgrima (LP) 3313 3110 1085 256 829 876 11 865 1149 4401 4688 -291 0 1
9 Huracán 3282 3045 1194 118 1076 776 0 776 1075 4849 4423 426 0 5
10 Newell's Old Boys 3201 2818 1017 282 735 852 7 845 919 3960 3610 350 4 6
11 Rosario Central 2951 2674 951 240 711 806 7 799 917 3825 3645 180 4 5
12 Argentinos Juniors 2668 2690 818 206 612 820 6 814 1049 3419 3952 -533 0 3
13 Lanús 2656 2499 832 318 514 677 0 667 990 3527 3961 -434 3 1
14 Ferro Carril Oeste 2615 2806 858 49 809 843 7 836 1105 3620 4324 -704 0 2
15 Platense 2394 2489 803 51 752 733 6 727 953 3349 3747 -398 2 0
16 Banfield 2189 2205 725 183 542 595 0 595 885 2930 3247 -317 39 1
17 Chacarita Juniors 1970 2088 685 65 620 544 0 544 859 2941 3377 -572 9 1
18 Atlanta 1759 2059 627 0 627 505 0 505 927 2815 3605 -790 0 0
19 Colón 1648 1452 481 252 229 443 0 443 528 1845 1998 -153 3 0
20 Quilmes 1587 1743 545 88 457 411 0 411 780 2182 2777 -595 2 1

Pos=Position; Pts=Points; GP=Games played; W=Won; D=Drawn; L=Lost; GF=Goals for; GA=Goals against; GD=Goal difference; PD=Points deducted; TL=Titles

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Until 1994-95 season, two points were awarded by game won. From 1995-96 season, this number increased to three points awarded.

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