1913 in Argentine football

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Football in Argentina
Season 1913
Men's football
Primera División Racing
Intermedia Huracán (AFA)
Floresta (FAF)
Segunda División Ferro C. Oeste III (AFA)
Estudiantes (LP) III (FAF)
Tercera División Libertarios Unidos (AFA)
Solís (FAF)
Copa de Honor Racing
Copa de Competencia San Isidro
Copa Ibarguren Racing
Copa Competencia La Nación Rosario Central
1912 Argentina 1914

1913 in Argentine football saw Racing Club de Avellaneda win its first league championship. The team also won the Copa Ibarguren, the Copa de Honor Municipalidad de Buenos Aires and the Copa de Honor Cousenier.

Estudiantes de La Plata won its first championship, taking the dissident FAF league title. Rosario Central won the Copa de Competencia La Nación.

The Argentina national team won three championships against Uruguay and carried out a brief tour of Chile.

Primera División[edit]

Asociación Argentina de Football - Copa Campeonato[edit]

The number of teams was considerably increased (from 6 to 15), adding Platense, Estudiantil Porteño, Ferrocarril Sud, Olivos, Riachuelo, Banfield, Comercio, Ferro Carril Oeste and Boca Juniors. Olivos and Riachuelo were relegated at the end of the season.[1]

Pos Team Pts G W D L Gf Ga
1 Racing Club 24 14 12 0 2 41 5
2 San Isidro 24 14 11 2 1 44 8
3 River Plate 24 14 10 4 0 30 7
4 Belgrano AC 18 14 8 2 4 34 16
5 Boca Juniors 18 14 8 2 4 29 16
6 Platense 18 14 8 2 4 36 25
7 Quilmes 18 14 8 2 4 29 21
8 Estudiantes (BA) 13 14 6 1 7 26 23
9 Estudiantil Porteño 13 14 5 3 6 32 33
10 Banfield 13 14 5 3 6 23 31
11 Comercio 10 14 4 2 8 26 34
12 Ferro Carril Oeste 6 14 1 4 9 16 31
13 Ferrocarril Sud 4 14 1 2 11 17 51
14 Olivos 4 14 1 2 11 10 49
15 Riachuelo 3 14 0 3 11 8 51

Final playoff[edit]

Racing Club 2-0 San Isidro
(A. Ohaco 2)

Federación Argentina de Football[edit]

Pos Team Pts G W D L Gf Ga Gd
1 Estudiantes (LP) 31 18 14 4 1 64 16 +48
2 Gimnasia y Esgrima (BA) 28 18 11 6 1 49 19 +30
3 Argentino de Quilmes 27 18 12 3 3 38 21 +17
4 Kimberley AC (BA) 21 18 9 3 6 34 31 +3
5 Independiente 19 18 7 5 6 39 33 +6
6 Hispano Argentino 17 18 8 1 9 21 40 -19
7 Tigre 15 18 6 3 9 23 38 -15
8 Porteño 12 18 4 4 10 26 32 -6
9 Atlanta 8 18 3 2 13 33 57 -22
10 Sociedad Sportiva Argentina 2 18 0 2 16 15 52 -37

Lower divisions[edit]

Intermedia[edit]

  • AFA Champion: Huracán
  • FAF Champion: Floresta

Segunda División[edit]

Tercera División[edit]

  • AFA Champion: Libertarios Unidos
  • FAF Champion: Solís

Domestic cups[edit]

Copa de Honor Municipalidad de Buenos Aires[edit]

Final[edit]

Copa de Competencia Jockey Club[edit]

Final[edit]

Copa de Competencia La Nación[edit]

Final[edit]

Rosario Central 3–2 Argentino de Quilmes
Antonio Blanco 16´ Goal, Federico Flynn 23´Goal, Harry Hayes 82´Goal Report Dannaher 63´Goal Polimeni 65´Goal

Copa Ibarguren[edit]

Final[edit]

Racing Club 3–1 Newell's
Marcovecchio Goal Goal Goal Report M. González Goal

International cups[edit]

Tie Cup[edit]

Final[edit]

Nacional Uruguay 1-0 Argentina San Isidro
Report

Copa de Honor Cousenier[edit]

Finals[edit]

Racing Club Argentina 1-1 Uruguay Nacional

Racing Club Argentina 3-2 Uruguay Nacional
Report

Argentina national team[edit]

Argentina won all the trophies contested that year, the Presidente Roque Sáenz Peña, Lipton and Premier Honor Argentino Cups.

Copa Presidente Roque Sáenz Peña[edit]

Argentina  1-1  Uruguay

Argentina  2-1  Uruguay
Report

Copa Lipton[edit]

Argentina  4-0  Uruguay
Report

Copa Premier Honor Argentino[edit]

Argentina  2-0  Uruguay
Report

Friendly matches[edit]

Date Venue/City Rival Score Report
10 August 1913 Buenos Aires São Paulo League 0-2 [2]
17 August 1913 Buenos Aires São Paulo League 2-0
16 September 1913 Viña del Mar Antofagasta League 3-0
18 September 1913 Valparaíso Valparaíso League 2-1
19 September 1913 Santiago Santiago League 4-2

References[edit]