1909 in Argentine football

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Football in Argentina
Season 1909
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1909 in Argentine football saw Alumni win the championship, their 8th title in 10 seasons. Argentina won all three international trophies contested against Uruguay.

Primera División

The 1909 championship featured 10 teams, with each team playing the other twice.[1] River Plate made its debuts at the top division while Lomas AC and Reformer were relegated, being the first teams in the history of Primera División to be relegated under the new system.

Final standings

Pos Team Pts G W D L Gf Ga Gd
1 Alumni 32 18 15 2 1 74 19 +55
2 River Plate 24 18 11 2 5 35 26 +9
3 Quilmes 20 18 8 4 6 36 39 -3
4 Estudiantes (BA) 19 18 8 3 7 40 31 +9
5 Belgrano AC 18 18 6 6 6 36 35 +1
6 San Isidro 17 18 7 3 8 33 27 +6
7 Porteño 16 18 7 2 9 35 39 -4
8 Argentino de Quilmes 14 18 5 4 9 19 40 -21
9 Reformer 12 18 3 6 9 21 42 -21
10 Lomas AC 8 18 1 6 11 17 48 -31

Lower divisions

Primera B

Primera C

Domestic cups

Copa de Honor Municipalidad de Buenos Aires

Final

Copa Jockey Club

Final

(*) During this edition Estudiantes (BA) set a record that persists nowadays, beating Lomas AC by 18-0. Moreover, Maximiliano Susan scored 12 goals, 7 of them within 20 minutes.[3]

International cups

Tie Cup

Final

5 September 1909
Alumni Argentina 4-0 Uruguay CURCC
Report


Copa de Honor Cousenier

Final

Argentina national team

Argentina retained both Copa Lipton and Copa Newton in 1909 and won the Copa Premier Honor Argentino for the first time.

Copa Lipton

15 August 1909
Argentina  2-1  Uruguay
Report

Copa Newton

9 September 1909
Argentina  2-2 [4]  Uruguay
Report

Copa Premier Honor Argentino

10 October 1909
Argentina  3-1  Uruguay
Report

Friendly matches

Date Venue/City Rival Score Report
13 June 1909 Buenos Aires Tottenham Hotspur 0-1 [5]

References