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1894 in Argentine football

Football in Argentina
Season 1894
1893 1895

1894 in Argentine football saw Lomas AC become the first team to retain the Argentine football championship. The runner up was Rosario Athletic, which made its debut at the tournament along with Retiro Athletic. Most of the results of the games and the goals scored information have been lost.[1] [2]

The English High School dissolved so the team did not take part of the tournament although its players joined Lanús Athletic and Lobos, which registered to the Association. St. Andrew's, the first Argentine champion, returned to the League. Buenos Aires al Rosario Railways left the tournament soon after it had started.[2]

Primera división

Final standings

Pos Team Pts G W D L
1 Lomas AC 18 10 8 2 0
2 Rosario Athletic 14 10 6 2 2
3 Flores 12 10 6 0 4
4 Lobos 9 10 3 3 4
5 St. Andrew's 6 10 3 0 7
6 Retiro AC 1 10 0 1 9


  1. ^ Final tables in Argentina: 1890s at RSSSF
  2. ^ a b Argentina 1894 at Historia y Fútbol
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