1923 Argentine Primera División

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Primera División
Season 1923
Champions Boca Juniors (AFA)
San Lorenzo (AAmF)
1922
1924

The 1923 Argentine Primera División was the 32° season of top-flight football in Argentina. The AFA season began on March 11 and ended on December?.[1]

Boca Juniors win its 3rd league title in the official AFA league while San Lorenzo achieved its first title ever at the top division winning the AAm championship.

Final tables[edit]

Asociación Argentina de Football - Copa Campeonato[edit]

Primera División (AFA)
Season 1923
Champions Boca Juniors (3° title)
Promoted All Boys
Argentino (B)
Argentino (Q)
Temperley
Villa Urquiza
Relegated (none)
1922
1924

Boca Juniors and Huracán finished with 51 points each so they had to play the playoffs to decide a champion. Palermo, which had been relegated from the Asociación Amateur, joined Asociación Argentina remaining at Primera División. Argentino de Quilmes returned to the top division after being relegated in 1918, while All Boys, Argentino de Banfield and Villa Urquiza made their debuts in Primera.[2]

Pos. Team Pts. G W D L Gf Ga Dif
1 Boca Juniors 51 30 24 3 3 87 19
1 Huracán 51 29 23 5 1 71 20
3 Sportivo Barracas 40 28 18 4 6 60 28
4 Sportivo Dock Sud 37 28 13 11 4 35 21
5 Palermo 33 25 14 5 6 33 26
6 Estudiantes (LP) 32 22 14 4 4 44 18
7 Nueva Chicago 32 27 13 6 8 36 39
8 Argentinos Juniors 29 28 10 9 9 30 25
9 Del Plata 29 29 10 9 10 34 35
10 All Boys 28 32 10 8 14 31 41
11 Temperley 27 30 11 5 14 36 40
12 Progresista 27 30 10 7 13 44 50
13 El Porvenir 27 33 8 11 14 26 44
14 Argentino de Quilmes 26 27 11 4 12 27 33
15 Platense II [3] 26 28 8 10 10 23 30
16 Sportivo Palermo 24 18 9 6 3 27 17
17 San Fernando 23 29 8 7 14 32 45
18 Alvear 23 30 9 5 16 37 56
19 Sportivo del Norte 20 30 6 8 16 30 50
20 Argentino de Banfield 18 28 6 6 16 37 61
21 Boca Alumni 18 31 6 6 19 32 63
22 Villa Urquiza 16 31 4 8 19 17 41
23 Porteño 14 27 3 8 16 26 53

Final playoffs[edit]

Boca Juniors 3–0 Huracán
Report
Sportivo Barracas

Boca Juniors 0–2 Huracán
Report
Sportivo Barracas


Boca Juniors 2–0
(aet)
Huracán
Garasini Goal Goal Report
Sportivo Barracas
Boca Juniors
Huracán
GK Argentina Américo Tesoriere
DF Argentina Ludovico Bidoglio
DF Argentina Ramón Muttis
MF Argentina Angel Médici
MF Argentina Mario Busso
MF Argentina Alfredo Elli
FW Argentina Pedro Calomino
FW Argentina Antonio Cerroti
FW Argentina Alfredo Garassini
FW Argentina Carmelo Pozzo
FW Argentina Dante Pertini
GK Marmo
DF Nóbile
DF Pratto
MF Federico
MF Vázquez
MF Scursoni
FW Loizo
FW Rodríguez
FW Chiarante
FW Chiesa
FW Argentina Cesáreo Onzari

Asociación Amateurs de Football[edit]

Primera División (AAmF)
Season 1923
Champions San Lorenzo (1° title)
Promoted Argentino del Sud
Relegated (none)
1922
1924

Argentino del Sud (promoted last year) debuted in Primera División.

Pos. Team Pts. G W D L Gf Ga Dif
1 San Lorenzo 35 20 17 1 2 34 13
2 Independiente 32 20 15 2 3 40 8
3 River Plate 31 20 14 3 3 29 12
4 Racing Club 29 20 14 1 5 46 16
5 Barracas Central 28 20 12 4 4 24 13
6 Gimnasia y Esgrima (LP) 24 20 11 2 7 23 14
7 Sportivo Almagro 20 20 6 8 6 20 19
8 San Isidro 19 20 7 5 8 27 24
9 Vélez Sarsfield 19 20 8 3 9 20 25
10 Sportivo Buenos Aires 19 20 8 3 9 21 29
11 Argentino del Sud 19 20 7 5 8 13 19
12 Tigre 18 20 7 4 9 20 25
13 Platense [3] 17 20 6 5 9 20 25
14 Quilmes 16 20 7 2 11 28 33
15 Atlanta 16 20 6 4 10 19 29
16 Banfield 16 20 5 6 9 14 24
17 Defensores de Belgrano 15 20 4 7 9 17 18
18 Ferro Carril Oeste 15 20 6 3 11 12 26
19 Estudiantil Porteño 13 20 3 7 10 17 36
20 Estudiantes (BA) 11 20 2 7 11 12 31
21 Lanús 8 20 2 4 14 17 34

References[edit]

  1. ^ Argentina 1923 by Osvaldo Gorgazzi at RSSSF.com
  2. ^ Asociacion Argentina 1923 at Historia y Futbol
  3. ^ a b From 1921 to 1925 there were two teams called "Platense" due to an internal conflict in the lists of candidates for president of the institution. Current Club Atlético Platense played at the dissident Asociación Amateur and the other squad (known as "Platense II") played in the Asociación Argentina. Source: Historia del Club at Platense Locura website