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1928 in Argentine football

1928 in Argentine football saw the Primera División league expanded to include 36 teams. They played in a single league with each team playing the other only once.

Huracán won its 4th. title in Primera.

Primera División

El Porvenir and Argentino de Banfield returned to the top division after their runs on Primera B while Liberal Argentino and Porteño were relegated.[1]

Pos Team Pts G W D L Gf Ga Gd
1 Huracán 58 35 28 2 5 73 29 +44
2 Boca Juniors 57 35 28 1 6 100 17 +83
3 Estudiantes (LP) 53 35 25 3 7 89 39 +50
4 Independiente 52 35 22 8 5 71 27 +44
5 Racing Club 49 35 23 3 9 77 38 +39
6 San Lorenzo 47 35 21 5 9 63 38 +25
7 River Plate 46 35 20 6 9 68 42 +26
8 Quilmes 43 35 18 7 10 72 45 +27
9 Tigre 43 35 18 7 10 55 48 +7
10 Ferro Carril Oeste 41 35 19 3 13 78 51 +27
11 Banfield 40 35 15 10 10 63 49 +14
12 Chacarita Juniors 39 35 16 7 12 63 46 +17
13 Lanús 37 35 15 7 13 64 46 +18
14 Argentinos Juniors 36 35 13 10 12 45 40 +5
15 Estudiantil Porteño 34 35 11 12 12 56 52 +4
16 Almagro 34 35 12 10 13 44 53 -9
17 San Fernando 33 35 12 9 14 55 56 -1
18 Talleres (RE) 33 35 13 7 15 40 44 -4
19 Sportivo Palermo 33 35 11 11 13 45 52 -7
20 Sportivo Barracas 32 35 12 8 15 42 47 -5
21 Gimnasia y Esgrima (LP) 32 35 12 8 15 38 44 -6
22 Excursionistas 32 35 11 10 14 35 46 -11
23 El Porvenir 31 35 11 9 15 55 66 -11
24 Sportivo Buenos Aires 31 35 11 9 15 38 51 -13
25 Platense 29 35 10 9 16 40 50 -10
26 Argentino de Banfield 28 35 9 10 16 46 59 -13
27 Atlanta 27 35 11 5 19 36 60 -24
28 Estudiantes (BA) 27 35 11 5 19 37 62 -25
29 Barracas Central 27 35 9 9 17 42 74 -32
30 Argentino de Quilmes 26 35 10 6 19 58 68 -10
31 San Isidro 26 35 9 8 18 49 68 -19
32 Vélez Sarsfield 26 35 9 8 18 39 75 -36
33 Argentino del Sud [2] 25 35 9 7 19 34 59 -25
34 Liberal Argentino 21 35 7 7 21 29 71 -42
35 Defensores de Belgrano [2] 19 35 4 11 20 29 79 -50
36 Porteño 11 35 3 5 27 31 108 -77
  Champion
  Relegated

Lower Divisions

Primera B

Primera C

Argentina national team

The national team played the football tournament where finished 2nd. to Uruguay. Therefore Argentina was awarded the silver medal.

Argentina would later defeat Uruguay twice, winning the Copa Newton by 1-0 in Avellaneda and then the Copa Lipton after a 2-2 in Montevideo, where Argentina won the trophy as visiting team, according to tournament rules.

1928 Summer Olympics

Finals

June 10, 1928
16:00
Uruguay  1-1 Argentina Argentina
Petrone Goal 23' Report Ferreira Goal 50'
Olympic Stadium (Amsterdam)
Attendance: 28.253
Referee: Johannes Mutters (NED)

June 13, 1928
19:00
Uruguay  2-1 Argentina Argentina
Figueroa Goal 17'
Scarone Goal 73'
Report Monti Goal 28'
Olympic Stadium (Amsterdam)
Attendance: 28.113
Referee: Johannes Mutters (NED)

Copa Newton

30 August 1928
Argentina  1-0  Uruguay
Report
Avellaneda

Copa Lipton

21 September 1928
Argentina  2-2  Uruguay
Report
Montevideo

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