1914 in Argentine football

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Football in Argentina
Season 1914
Men's football
Primera División Racing Club
Porteño (FAF)
Intermedia Honor y Patria (AFA)
Def. Belgrano (FAF)
Segunda División San Lorenzo (AFA)
Tigre Juniors (FAF)
Tercera División Lib. Unidos (AFA)
Vélez Sársfield (FAF)
Copa de Competencia River Plate
1913 Argentina 1915

1914 in Argentine football saw Racing Club win its second consecutive Primera División title, apart from winning its second successive Copa Ibarguren. Porteño won the dissident FAF championship, the last tournament before both leagues AFA and FAF reunified. River Plate won domestic Copa de Competencia Jockey Club and international Copa de Honor Cousenier.

In international football Argentina won the Copa Premier Honor Argentino against Uruguay. Argentina also lost the first ever competitive game against Brazil and played friendlies against Exeter City of England and Torino F.C. of Italy.

Primera División[edit]

Asociación Argentina de Football - Copa Campeonato[edit]

Huracán made its debut in Primera División, while Ferrocarril Sud was dissolved after playing 7 matches.[1]

Pos Team Pts G W D L Gf Ga Gd
1 Racing Club 23 12 11 1 0 42 7 +35
2 Estudiantes (BA) 21 12 10 1 1 34 12 +22
3 Boca Juniors 15 12 5 5 2 19 11 +8
4 Banfield 15 12 7 1 4 16 17 -1
5 River Plate 14 12 6 2 4 15 12 +3
6 Huracán 11 12 4 3 5 25 22 +3
7 Platense 10 12 4 2 6 14 17 -3
8 San Isidro 10 12 2 6 4 10 16 -6
9 Estudiantil Porteño 10 12 3 4 5 14 23 -9
10 Quilmes 10 12 4 2 6 14 24 -10
11 Belgrano AC 8 12 1 6 5 14 20 -6
12 Ferro Carril Oeste 6 12 2 2 8 17 30 -13
13 Comercio 3 12 0 3 9 13 36 -23

Federación Argentina de Football[edit]

Tigre was ejected from the Federation after playing 14 matches while Argentino de Quilmes was desaffiliated after playing 7 games.[1] According to the rules, Floresta had to be relegated but it finally remained in Primera due to the reunification of both leagues Asociación Argentina and Federación Argentina de Football.[2]

Pos Team Pts G W D L Gf Ga Gd
1 Porteño 24 14 10 4 0 46 18 +26
2 Estudiantes (LP) 21 14 9 3 2 31 16 +15
3 Independiente 19 14 7 5 2 27 16 +11
4 Kimberley AC (BA) 12 14 5 2 7 21 39 -18
5 Gimnasia y Esgrima (BA) 11 14 4 3 7 19 20 -1
6 Hispano Argentino 11 14 4 3 7 25 29 -4
7 Atlanta 10 14 4 2 8 21 33 -12
8 Floresta 4 14 1 2 11 11 33 -22

Lower divisions[edit]

Intermedia[edit]

Segunda División[edit]

Tercera División[edit]

Domestic cups[edit]

Copa de Competencia Jockey Club[edit]

Final[edit]

River Plate 4-0 Newell's
Report
Dársena Sur

Copa Ibarguren[edit]

Final[edit]

Racing Club 1-0 Rosario Central
Marcovecchio Goal Report

International cups[edit]

Tie Cup[edit]

Final[edit]

CA River Plate Argentina 1-0 Uruguay Bristol FC
Luis Gianetto Report

River Plate: Carlos Ísola; Arturo Chiappe, Agustín Lanata; Atilio Peruzzi, Cándido García, Alfredo Elli; Roberto Fraga Patrao, Alfredo Martín, Alberto Penney, Luis Gianetto, Juan Sevesi.

Argentina national team[edit]

Argentina played their first competitive game against Brazil, a 0-1 loss in the Copa Roca.

Titiles[edit]

Results[edit]

Date Venue Opponents Score Competition Argentina scorers Match Report(s)
11 July 1914 Buenos Aires Exeter City 0 - 0 Friendly
30 August 1914 Montevideo  Uruguay 3 - 2 Copa Premier Honor Uruguayo[3] Fournol "Calomino", Dannaher
30 August 1914 Buenos Aires Torino FC 2 - 1 Friendly
13 September 1914 Buenos Aires  Uruguay 2 - 1 Copa Premier Honor Argentino[3] Gallardo, Lezcano
20 September 1914 Buenos Aires  Brazil 3 - 0 Friendly Izaguirre (2), Molfino
27 September 1914 Buenos Aires  Brazil 0 - 1 Copa Julio Roca

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Argentina 1914 at RSSSF
  2. ^ Argentina: 1ra. División Federación Argentina 1914 at Historia y Futbol
  3. ^ a b Game contested by the Argentina dissident association, later given official recognition by FIFA