1944–45 Puebla F.C. season

The 1944–45 Puebla season was the first professional season of Mexico's top-flight football league. This was the first season the club played in the Mexican professional league. The club had joined a year after the league began competition in 1943. Puebla finished second in the league to Club Espana and managed to establishment itself as one of the countries powerful clubs.

Puebla
1944-45 season
ChairmanMexico Joaquín Diaz Loredo
ManagerSpain Eduardo Morilla
StadiumEl Mirador
1944–45 Mexican Primera División season2nd

LeagueEdit

1944-45 season was the first the club played in the First Division after being invited by the league in 1943.[citation needed]

MatchdayEdit

September 3, 1944 3 Puebla 2–1 Club America Puebla City, Puebla
19:00 Stadium: Parque El Mirador
September 24, 1944 6 Real Club España 2–1 Puebla Mexico City, Mexico
Stadium: [[ Parque España]]
November 9, 1944 13 Puebla 4–0 C.D. Marte Puebla City, Puebla
Stadium: Parque El Mirador
December 14, 1944 18 Puebla 3–0 C.D. Oro Puebla City, Puebla
Stadium: Parque El Mirador
January 11, 1945 22 Club Leon 1–5 Puebla Leon, Guanajuato
February 1, 1945 25 Club Atlas 1–2 Puebla Guadalajara, Jalisco
February 18, 1945 27 Puebla 1–2 C.D. Oro Puebla City, Puebla
Stadium: Parque El Mirador
  • Puebla had by weeks in rounds :2,4,5,7,12,14,17,19,23,28,30,34

Copa MexicoEdit

MatchesEdit

May 3, 1945 2 Puebla 2-2 Tiburones Rojos de Veracruz Puebla, Puebla
21:00 Stadium: Parque Mirador
May 24, 1945 5 Puebla 6–0 Albinegros de Orizaba Puebla, Puebla
Stadium: Parque Mirador

Puebla Had by weeks in rounds 3 and 4th .

Final PhaseEdit

First leg:

June 3, 1945
  Atlas 4-4   Puebla
  Asturias 4-3   Oro
  Moctezuma 1-3   América

Second leg:

June 10, 1945
  Puebla 4-0   Atlas agg: 8-4
  Oro 5-3   Asturias agg: 8-7
  América 2-3   Moctezuma agg: 5-4

Semi-FinalEdit

June 17, 1945
  Puebla 3-1   Oro

  América bye to Final

FinalEdit

June 24, 1945
  América 4-6   Puebla
Copa México 1944-45 Winners
Puebla
 1st Title

GoalscorersEdit

No. Pos. Nation Name Liga Cup Total
FW   Ricardo Alarcón 12 4 16
FW   Guadalupe Velásquez 12 2 14
FW   Walter Meneses 8 8
MF   Manuel Alonso 4 4
MF   Arturo Chavez 4 15 19
FW   Eladio Vaschetto 4 3 7
FW   Bruno Rodolfi 2 2
FW   Juan José González 2 2
DF   Rafael Escalada 1 1
DF   Alfonso Escobedo 1 1
DF   Miguel López 1 1
DF   Filiberto Guerrero 1 2 3

See alsoEdit

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