Torneo Argentino B

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Torneo Argentino B
Founded 1995
Folded 2014
Country  Argentina
Confederation CONMEBOL
Level on pyramid 4
Promotion to Torneo Argentino A
Relegation to Torneo Argentino C
Domestic cup(s) Copa Argentina
Last champions Deportivo Madryn
Atlético Paraná
Gimnasia y Esgrima (M)
Most championships Central Norte
Gimnasia y Esgrima (M)
(2 titles each)
Website Officlal webpage
2013–14 season

Torneo Argentino B was one of two leagues that form the regionalised fourth level of the Argentine football league system. Clubs in Torneo Argentino B come from all over Argentina.

The other league at level four is the Primera C Metropolitana which is for clubs from the city of Buenos Aires and its metropolitan area (Greater Buenos Aires).

List of champions[edit]

European-styled seasons
Season Champions Also Promoted
1995–96 Almirante Brown (A)
Mataderos (N)
1996–97 Ben Hur
San Martín (MC)
1997–98 Ñuñorco
Central Córdoba (SdE)
1998–99 Racing (C)
Huracán (TA)
Tiro Federal
13 de Junio (P)
1999–00 Chacras (C) Liniers (BB)
2000–01 Juventud Unida Universitario
9 de Julio (R)
Estudiantes (RC)
2001–02 Independiente (VO)
Talleres (P)
2002–03 Guillermo Brown
La Florida
Gimnasia y Esgrima (Mza)
Unión (S)
2003–04 Candelaria
Rosario Puerto Belgrano
2004–05 San Martín (T)
Sportivo Patria
Juventud (P)
La Plata
Racing (O)
2005–06 Central Norte
Gimnasia y Esgrima (Mza)
Alumni (VM)
Real Arroyo Seco
2006–07 Boca Unidos
Libertad (S)
2007–08 Deportivo Maipú
Central Córdoba (SdE)
2008–09 Unión (MdP)
Estudiantes (RC)
Crucero del Norte
Sportivo Belgrano
2009–10 Central Norte
Douglas Haig
2010–11 Gimnasia y Tiro
Racing (O)
Defensores de Belgrano (VR)
2011–12 Alvarado
Guaraní Antonio Franco
San Jorge (T)
2012–13 CAI
Chaco For Ever
Estudiantes (SL)
Juventud Unida (G)
2013–14 Deportivo Madryn
Atlético Paraná
Gimnasia y Esgrima (M)

See also[edit]

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Preceded by
Torneo Argentino B
Succeeded by
Torneo Federal B