1930 Argentine Primera División

The 1930 Argentine Primera División was the 39th season of top-flight football in Argentina. The season began on March 23, 1930, and ended on April 12, 1931.[1]

Primera División
Boca 1930.jpg
Boca Juniors, champions
Season1930
Dates23 March 1930 – 12 April 1931
ChampionsBoca Juniors (6th title)
PromotedHonor y Patria Green Arrow Up.svg
RelegatedHonor y Patria Red Arrow Down.svg
Argentino del Sud Red Arrow Down.svg
Top goalscorerArgentina Roberto Cherro (Boca Juniors)
(37 goals)
Biggest home win
Biggest away win
1929
1931

The Argentine league restructured as a tournament of 36 teams, playing one another once, with Boca Juniors crowning champion. Following the disruption of the 1929 season by mass abandonment of games, the second half of the 1930 season was marred in a similar way.

Final tableEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Boca Juniors 35 29 3 3 113 33 +80 61
2 Estudiantes (LP) 35 27 2 6 113 39 +74 56
3 River Plate 35 22 8 5 66 29 +37 52
4 San Lorenzo 35 23 5 7 96 43 +53 51
5 Talleres (RE) 35 21 9 5 56 34 +22 51
6 Racing 35 22 5 8 82 30 +52 49
7 Independiente 35 18 11 6 71 41 +30 47
8 Gimnasia y Esgrima (LP) 35 19 4 12 72 42 +30 42
9 Chacarita Juniors 35 18 6 11 57 43 +14 42
10 Quilmes 35 19 4 12 67 56 +11 42
11 Sportivo Buenos Aires 35 18 5 12 57 44 +13 41
12 Platense 35 16 8 11 59 48 +11 40
13 Banfield 35 19 2 14 68 62 +6 40
14 Huracán 35 16 7 12 75 49 +26 39
15 Vélez Sarsfield 35 13 10 12 45 49 −4 36
16 Sportivo Barracas 35 13 9 13 54 49 +5 35
17 Argentinos Juniors 35 12 11 12 46 43 +3 35
18 Ferro Carril Oeste 35 13 8 14 45 55 −10 34
19 San Fernando 35 13 7 15 47 63 −16 33
20 Tigre 35 12 8 15 58 52 +6 32
21 Estudiantil Porteño 35 13 6 16 66 67 −1 32
22 Estudiantes (BA) 35 12 7 16 49 58 −9 31
23 Almagro 35 11 8 16 36 47 −11 30
24 Atlanta 35 10 10 15 43 63 −20 30
25 El Porvenir 35 11 6 18 52 77 −25 28
26 Defensores de Belgrano 35 12 4 19 50 75 −25 28
27 Excursionistas 35 11 6 18 32 56 −24 28
28 Lanús 35 8 11 16 39 54 −15 27
29 Barracas Central 35 10 7 18 40 64 −24 27
30 Argentino (B) 35 9 8 18 33 69 −36 26
31 Sportivo Palermo 35 7 11 17 46 65 −19 25
32 Argentino (Q) 35 7 11 17 45 67 −22 25
33 Colegiales 35 9 6 20 37 65 −28 24
34 San Isidro 35 6 11 18 29 66 −37 23
35 Honor y Patria 35 4 6 25 30 91 −61 14
36 Argentino del Sud 35 1 2 32 14 100 −86 4

RelegationEdit

The teams occupying the bottom two positions of the league were relegated. Argentino del Sud set one of the worst points tallies in the history of South American football. The other team, Honor y Patria, was relegated in its first season at the top level.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Argentina 1930 by Osvaldo Gorgazzi at RSSSF.com