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1933 Argentine Primera División

Primera División
Season 1933
Champions San Lorenzo
Matches played 306
Goals scored 1075 (3.51 per match)
Top goalscorer Argentina Francisco Varallo
(Boca Juniors) (34 goals)
Biggest home win Racing 7-0 Tigre
Biggest away win Tigre 1-6 Boca Juniors
1932
1934

The 1933 Primera División season was the third season of the professional football of the Argentine top-flight. This was also the first season in which relegation took place.

The season was won by San Lorenzo de Almagro that obtained its four Primera División title. Francisco Varallo of Boca Juniors was the top goalscorer with 34 goals.[1]

Standings

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 San Lorenzo 34 22 6 6 81 48 +33 50
2 Boca Juniors 34 22 5 7 86 47 +39 49
3 Racing 34 21 6 7 76 33 +43 48
4 River Plate 34 20 6 8 71 36 +35 46
Gimnasia y Esgrima (LP) 34 21 4 9 90 55 +35 46
6 Independiente 34 18 5 11 54 39 +15 41
7 Vélez Sársfield 34 15 8 11 60 43 +17 38
8 Chacarita Juniors 34 14 7 13 55 61 −6 35
9 Platense 34 11 9 14 61 74 −13 31
10 Estudiantes (LP) 34 12 6 16 60 65 −5 30
11 Ferro Carril Oeste 34 9 10 15 43 56 −13 28
12 Huracán 34 10 7 17 49 60 −11 27
13 Quilmes 34 8 10 16 41 61 −20 26
14 Argentinos Juniors 34 8 9 17 45 71 −26 25
15 Lanús 34 7 10 17 52 76 −24 24
16 Talleres (RE) 34 7 9 18 61 84 −23 23
Atlanta 34 9 5 20 46 70 −24 23
18 Tigre 34 9 4 21 44 96 −52 22
  Champion
  Relegated

Top goalscorers

Pos Name Team Goals
1 Francisco Varallo Boca Juniors 34
2 Arturo Naón Gimnasia (La Plata) 33
3 Bernabé Ferreyra River Plate 27
4 Luis Rojas Tallares (Escalada) 23
5 Diego García San Lorenzo 22

Notes

1.^ Tigre and Quilmes were relegated by league decision. Talleres (Escalada) and Lanús were merged in Unión Talleres-Lanús. Atlanta and Argentinos Juniors were merged in Atlanta-Argentinos Juniors. The latter two were allowed to stay in the league.[2]

References

External links

  • Primera División official site
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