1934 Peruvian Primera División
The 1934 season of the Peruvian Primera División was the 19th season of top-flight Peruvian football. A total of 9 teams competed in this league. Alianza Lima was the regular champion, but as Universitario protested the rules, a playoff took place. After winning this playoff Universitario won the 1934 championship.
Alianza Lima still claims to be the champion, and today there is an ongoing effort by its supporters to get the title recognized to Alianza Lima, according to their own recent investigations and the official resolutions that were published on the newspapers of the time. However, the Peruvian Football Federation and the Sports Association of Professional Football, both recognize the title of this year belong to Universitario. Furthermore, in 2012 the FIFA published an article in which Universitario appears holding the 1934 championship.
Circolo Sportivo Italiano disbanded after 3 matches. Hence, their 5 remaining matches were awarded to their opponents, Circolo gaining 0 pts. No team was promoted and First Division was reduced to 5 teams for 1935.
- From 1931 until 1934 the results of a reserve teams league were added as bonus points.
- From 1931 until 1942 the points system was W:3, D:2, L:1, walk-over:0.
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National Title Play-Off
1934 National Champions - 2nd title
- "Peru 1934 season at RSSSF". RSSSF.
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2013-04-07. Retrieved 2013-01-03.
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-09-03. Retrieved 2013-01-03.
- Sportive Association of Professional Football (Perú), Memorial Book of Gold 1912-2012, ADFP, Azagraphic Perú SAC, Lima, 2012, p. 21.