1915 Copa de Honor MCBA Final

The 1915 Copa de Honor Municipalidad de Buenos Aires was the final that decided the champion of the 10th. edition of this National cup of Argentina.[1] In the match, held in Racing Club Stadium in Avellaneda, Racing Club beat Tiro Federal (that played its first final) 2–1,[1][2] winning its third consecutive Copa de Honor trophy.[3]

1915 Copa de Honor Final
Estadio racing 1912.jpg
Racing Club, venue of the final
Event1915 Copa de Honor
"Municipalidad de Buenos Aires"
Date10 October 1915
VenueRacing Club Stadium, Avellaneda

Qualified teamsEdit

Team Previous final app.
Racing Club 1912, 1913
Tiro Federal (none)
  • Bold indicates winning years


The Tiro Federal squad that beat Boca Juniors

The 1915 edition was contested by 30 clubs, 22 within Buenos Aires Province, and 8 from Liga Rosarina de Football. Playing in a single-elimination tournament, Racing beat Estudiantes de La Plata (5–0 in Avellaneda), Hispano Argentino (3–0 also in Avellaneda), Quilmes (1–0 after extra time). In the Buenos Aires' semifinal, Racing beat San Isidro 1–0 at Estadio G.E.B.A., qualifying to play the semifinal vs the Rosario representatives that had played another elimination stage. In the national semifinal, Racing defeated Central Córdoba (2–0 at GER).[1][4]

On the other hand, Tiro Federal beat Newell's Old Boys (3–1 at Parque Independencia), Club Gimnasia y Esgrima (R) (3–3 and 3–2, both as visitor) qualifying for the semifinal vs the winner of Buenos Aires zone. In the national semifinal, Tiro Federal beat Boca Juniors (4–0, at GER).[5][6][1]

The final was held in Racing Stadium, on October 10, 1915. Racing beat Tiro Federal 2–1,[2] with goals by Alberto Ohaco and Alberto Marcovecchio, winning its third consecutive Copa de Honor trophy.[6]

Match detailsEdit

Racing Club2–1Tiro Federal
Report Guidi  
Tiro Federal


  1. ^ a b c d Argentina - Copa de Honor "Municipalidad de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires" - 1915 by Osvaldo Gorgazzi on the RSSSF
  2. ^ a b "Argentina: Copa de Honor 1ra. División Asociación Argentina 1917" by José Carluccio on Historia y Fútbol (blog)
  3. ^ Campeones de Primera División y Copas Nacionales on AFA website
  4. ^ Palmarés: Copa de Honor 1915 on Racing website
  5. ^ Tiro Federal 4-0 Boca Juniors on Historia de Boca
  6. ^ a b "Hacemos memoria: Hoy 1915" by Leonardo Volpe on Historia del Fútbol Rosarino (blog), 16 Oct 2014