Copa de Honor Municipalidad de Buenos Aires

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Copa de Honor
Municipalidad de Buenos Aires
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The trophy awarded to champions
Organising body AFA
Founded 1905
Abolished 1920; 98 years ago (1920)
Region Argentina
Number of teams 18 (last edition) [1]
Qualifier for Copa de Honor Cousenier
Related competitions Copa de Honor (Uru)
Last champions Banfield (1920)
Most successful club(s) Racing (4 titles)

The Copa de Honor Municipalidad de Buenos Aires was an Argentine official football cup competition. It was contested fourteen times between 1905 and 1920.

This cup was played by teams from Buenos Aires and Rosario (which belonged to Liga Rosarina de Football). The champion of this tournament qualified to play the Copa de Honor Cousenier versus the winner of Uruguayan Copa de Honor representing the Association of that country.[2] English participation belgrano athletic

In 1936, a new "Copa de Honor" was played under a regular Primera División season, with 18 teams playing a single-round tournament. San Lorenzo finished 1st and was awarded the cup.[1] In July 2013, the Argentine Football Association recognized the 1936 edition as a Primera División honour awarded to the club.[3][4][5]

List of champions[edit]


The following list includes all the editions of the Copa de Honor:[6]

Year Champion Runner-up Score
1905 Alumni Quilmes 1-0
1906 Alumni Estudiantes (BA) 3-1
1907 Belgrano AC Quilmes 3-1
1908 Quilmes Porteño 2-1
1909 San Isidro Estudiantes (BA) 8-1
1911 Newell's Old Boys Porteño 3-2
1912 Racing Newell's Old Boys 3-0
1913 Racing Estudiantes (BA) 5-1
1915 Racing Tiro Federal 2-1
1916 Rosario Central Independiente 1-0
1917 Racing River Plate 3-1
1918 Independiente Platense 1-0
1920 Banfield Boca Juniors 2-1

Titles by team[edit]

Team Titles Years won
Racing 4 1912, 1913, 1915, 1917
Alumni 2 1905, 1906
Belgrano AC 1 1907
Quilmes 1 1908
San Isidro 1 1909
Newell's Old Boys 1 1911
Rosario Central 1 1916
Independiente 1 1918
Banfield 1 1920

See also[edit]