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1951 Argentine Primera División

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1951 Argentine Primera División

Statistics of Primera División Argentina in season 1951.

Overview

It was performed in 17 teams, and Racing Club de Avellaneda won the championship.

League standings

Pos Club P W D L GF GA Pts
1 Banfield 32 17 10 5 63 33 44
1 Racing Club de Avellaneda 32 16 12 4 60 37 44
3 River Plate 32 16 11 5 69 42 43
4 Independiente 32 16 7 9 74 51 39
5 Lanús 32 14 9 9 62 49 37
6 Boca Juniors 32 11 13 8 46 38 35
6 San Lorenzo de Almagro 32 13 9 10 46 41 35
8 Chacarita Juniors 32 12 9 11 58 55 33
8 Vélez Sársfield 32 10 13 9 57 58 33
10 Estudiantes de La Plata 32 11 7 14 65 55 29
11 Newell's Old Boys 32 10 8 14 40 58 28
12 Ferro Carril Oeste 32 8 11 13 50 55 27
13 Platense 32 9 7 16 51 64 25
14 Huracán 32 6 12 14 44 59 24
14 Atlanta 32 8 8 16 46 79 24
16 Quilmes 32 7 9 16 52 79 23
17 Gimnasia y Esgrima La Plata 32 4 13 15 41 71 21

Playoff

See also

  • 1951 in Argentine football
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