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1935 Argentine Primera División

Primera División
Season 1935
Champions Boca Juniors
Top goalscorer Argentina Agustín Cossio
(Vélez Sarsfield)
Biggest home win Lanús 9-0 Quilmes
Biggest away win Tigre 3-9 Independiente
1934
1936

Statistics of Primera División Argentina in season 1935.

Overview

It was performed in 18 teams, and Boca Juniors won the championship (9th. title).

Standings

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
1 Boca Juniors 34 27 4 3 98 31 +67 58
2 Independiente 34 24 7 3 101 38 +63 55
3 San Lorenzo 34 23 3 8 92 45 +47 49
4 Vélez Sársfield 34 19 8 7 77 46 +31 46
5 River Plate 34 19 6 9 71 47 +24 44
6 Huracán 34 16 7 11 59 38 +21 39
7 Estudiantes (LP) 34 14 9 11 78 52 +26 37
8 Ferro Carril Oeste 34 15 6 13 60 66 −6 36
9 Racing 34 13 5 16 55 58 −3 31
10 Talleres (RE) 34 11 8 15 60 70 −10 30
11 Lanús 34 13 4 17 56 79 −23 30
12 Platense 34 11 7 16 49 61 −12 29
13 Gimnasia y Esgrima (LP) 34 12 5 17 52 75 −23 29
14 Chacarita Juniors 34 10 6 18 49 57 −8 26
15 Atlanta 34 9 7 18 48 89 −41 25
16 Argentinos Juniors 34 7 6 21 42 89 −47 20
17 Quilmes 34 5 6 23 23 82 −59 16
18 Tigre 34 3 6 25 38 85 −47 12

External links

  • Primera División official site
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