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1985–86 Argentine Primera División

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1985–86 Argentine Primera División

The 1985-1986 Argentine Primera División saw a major reform in Argentina football. The European calendar was adopted as well as the tournament format. The league title was won by River Plate.

League table

Pos Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
1 River Plate 56 36 23 10 3 74 26 48
2 Newell's Old Boys 46 36 15 16 5 46 30 16
3 Deportivo Español 46 36 18 10 8 41 35 6
4 Argentinos Juniors 44 36 16 12 8 47 39 8
5 Boca Juniors 41 36 14 13 9 57 47 10
6 Ferro Carril Oeste 40 36 12 16 8 45 33 12
7 San Lorenzo 40 36 14 12 10 43 33 10
8 Talleres de Córdoba 37 36 10 17 9 43 37 6
9 Independiente 36 36 15 6 15 38 36 2
10 Gimnasia de La Plata 36 36 9 18 9 29 36 -7
11 Instituto de Córdoba 35 36 11 13 12 33 33 0
12 Vélez Sársfield 34 36 11 12 13 48 48 0
13 Huracán 32 36 10 12 14 44 47 -3
14 Unión de Santa Fe 31 36 9 13 14 27 38 -11
15 Temperley 29 36 8 13 15 44 60 -16
16 Estudiantes de La Plata 27 36 10 7 19 33 47 -14
17 Platense 27 36 7 13 16 37 55 -18
18 Racing de Córdoba 26 36 6 14 16 31 52 -21
19 Chacarita Juniors 21 36 5 11 20 24 53 -31

Relegation

Relegation was determined by averaging the number of points obtained over the three previous seasons

Relegation table

Team 1983 1984 1985-1986 Total points Seasons Points average
Deportivo Español N/A N/A 46 46 1 46.00
Ferro Carril Oeste 46 50 40 136 3 45.33
Argentinos Juniors 36 51 44 131 3 43.66
River Plate 29 43 56 128 3 42.33
San Lorenzo 47 37 40 124 3 41.33
Vélez Sársfield 44 42 34 120 3 40.00
Newell's Old Boys 35 38 46 119 3 39.67
Independiente 48 31 36 115 3 38.33
Estudiantes de La Plata 38 48 27 113 3 37.67
Boca Juniors 37 30 41 108 3 36.00
Gimnasia de La Plata N/A N/A 36 36 1 36.00
Talleres de Córdoba 33 34 37 104 3 34.67
Instituto de Córdoba 35 33 35 103 3 34.33
Unión de Santa Fe 38 30 31 99 3 33.00
Racing de Córdoba 27 43 26 96 3 32.00
Platense 34 33 27 94 3 31.33
Temperley 33 31 29 93 3 31.00
Huracán 32 27 32 91 3 30.33
Chacarita Juniors N/A 34 21 55 2 27.50

Qualification for Copa Libertadores 1986

  • River Plate qualified as League champions
  • Argentinos Juniors qualified as Copa Libertadores holders
  • The remaining qualification place was determined by the Liguella Pre-Libertadores

Liguella Pre-Libertadores

Qualifying round

Home (1st leg) Home (2nd leg) 1st Leg 2nd leg Aggregate
Alianza de Cutral Có Boca Juniors 1-2 1-2 2-4
Concepción Vélez Sársfield 0-3 1-2 1-5
Ferro Carril Oeste Güemes 2-1 2-1 4-2
San Lorenzo Guaraní Antonio Franco 4-1 3-0 7-1

Quarter-finals

Score
Ferro Carril Oeste Deportivo Español 4-1 (aet)
Newell's Old Boys Belgrano de Córdoba 2-1
Olimpo de Bahía Blanca Boca Juniors 2-3
San Lorenzo Vélez Sársfield 0-0 (4-3 p.k.)

Semi-finals

Home (1st leg) Home (2nd leg) 1st Leg 2nd leg Aggregate
Newell's Old Boys Ferro Carril Oeste 1-0 1-1 2-1
San Lorenzo Boca Juniors 1-2 0-0 1-2

Final

Home (1st leg) Home (2nd leg) 1st Leg 2nd leg Aggregate
Boca Juniors Newell's Old Boys 0-2 4-1 4-3

See also

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