Campeonato Argentino Abierto de Polo

The Campeonato Argentino Abierto de Polo (Spanish for Argentine Open Polo Championship) is the most important international polo championship at club level,[opinion] that has taken place every year since 1893 at the Campo Argentino de Polo of Palermo, Buenos Aires.

Campeonato Argentino
SportPolo
Founded1893; 128 years ago (1893)
No. of teams8
CountryArgentina Argentina
Venue(s)Campo Argentino de Polo
Most recent
champion(s)
La Dolfina (2020)
Most titlesCoronel Suárez
(25 titles)
TV partner(s)ESPN
Sponsor(s)Movistar, Mercedes-Benz
(main sponsors) [1]
Official websitepalermo.aapolo.com

It was known as the "River Plate Polo Championship" between 1893-1923, and as well as the other two main polo events in Argentina (the Campeonato Abierto de Hurlingham at the Hurlingham Club and the Campeonato Abierto del Tortugas Country Club), the handicap of the teams must be between 28 and 40 goals. It is organized by the Asociación Argentina de Polo (Argentine Polo Association).[citation needed]

In 1975, Coronel Suárez became the first team in history to play in the tournament with a maximum handicap of 40 goals.

The individual record holder with the most Argentine Open Polo Championship victories is Juan C. Harriott Jr. with 20 total championships.

The individual with the greatest length of time between their first victory and their latest victory is Adolfo Cambiaso (1994 to 2019) with 25 years between his first and most recent championships. The individual with the second greatest length of such time is Enrique Alberdi (1934 to 1957) with 23 years between his first championship and his last championship.

The youngest person to ever win the Argentine Open Polo Championship is Benjamin Araya who won it in 1980 at the age of 17 years, four months, and one day while playing for Coronel Suárez. The second youngest person to ever win the Championship was José E. Traill who won it in 1904 at the age of 17 years, four months, and eighteen days while playing for the North Santa Fe team.

The only non-Argentine team to ever win the Championship was the American team in 1932. A group of Americans came to Buenos Aires to play in the 1932 Championship with four of them forming the Meadow Brook team. The Meadow Brook team consisted of Mike Phipps, Winston Guest, Elmer Boeseke Jr., and Billy Post. They beat Santa Paula (Luis Nelson, Martín Reynal, José Reynal, Manuel Andrada) by a score of 8 to 7 in the 1932 final.[2] Notable from that year was that the reserve Americans played for a number of the local Argentine teams. Seymour Knox played for La Pampa, Stewart B. Iglehart and Stephen Sanford played for Santa Inés, Jimmy Mills played for Venado Tuerto, and Pat Roark played for Los Pingüinos. [3]


List of ChampionsEdit

The first championship was held in 1893, being won by Hurlingham. Below is the list of the champions. (Replacements during the final match are in parenthesis next to player replaced.)[4][5]

Year Team Players/Handicap Total H.
Polo Association of the River Plate Championship
1893-Apr Hurlingham Francisco J. Balfour, John Ravenscroft (Thomas Parry), Robert W. Isherwood, Hugh Scott Robson n/i
1893-Oct Hurlingham Francisco J. Balfour, Frank Furber, Cadwallader J. Tetley, Hugo Scott Robson (John Ravenscroft) n/i
1894-Mar The Casuals Arthur Follet Holt, Francis S. Robinson, Robert Mc Smyth, Percy Talbot n/i
1894-Oct Flores Athletic John Bennett, Frederick J. Bennett, Thomas Scout Robson, Hugo Scott Robson n/i
1895-Apr Las Petacas Francisco Benítez, José Martínez, Francis E. Kinchant, Sixto Martínez n/i
1895-Oct The Casuals Cadwallader J. Tetley, Robert L. Scott-Moncrieff, Percy Talbot, Arthur Follett Holt n/i
1896 Las Petacas José Martínez, Sixto Martínez, Francis E. Kinchant, Francisco Benítez n/i
1897 Hurlingham "A" Murdoch Finlayson, Frank Furber, Arthur Follet Holt, Hugo Scott Robson n/i
1898 The Casuals Frank B. Hinchliff, Eduardo Traill, Roberto W.Traill, Francis S. Robinson n/i
1899 Hurlingham "A" Francisco J. Balfour, F.J. Bennet, Thomas Scott Robson, Hugo Scott Robson n/i
1900 La Victoria Chamberlain F.T. Hinchliff, James L. Bury, Magnus Fea, Francis E. Kinchant n/i
1901 San Carlos Percy Talbot, Roque Fredes, Juan Carrizo, Gastón Peers n/i
1902 Hurlingham "B" Francisco J. Balfour, Edward C. Robson, Thomas Scott Robson, Bernard Ryland-Bedford n/i
1903 Hurlingham Francisco J. Balfour, Guillermo P. Robson, Thomas Scott Robson, Hugo Scott Robson n/i
1904 North Santa Fe José E. Traill, Eduardo Traill, Juan A. E. Traill, Roberto W. Traill n/i
1905 Hurlingham Edward C. Robson, Thomas Scott Robson, Hugo Scott Robson, Bernard Ryland-Bedford n/i
1906 North Santa Fe José E. Traill, Juan A. E. Traill, Roberto Traill, José González n/i
1907 Western Camps Juan Campbell, Ricardo Leared, H. Drysdale, Eduardo Lucero n/i
1908 North Santa Fe José E. Traill, Eduardo Traill, Juan A. E. Traill, Roberto Traill n/i
1909 Western Camps Juan Campbell, Ricardo Leared, H. Drysdale, Eduardo Lucero n/i
1910 Las Rosas Carlos Watts, Roberto Guillermo Best, Juan A. E. Traill, Count E. de Galleani n/i
1911 North Santa Fe Geoffrey Francis, L. A. Lynch Staunton, Roberto Traill, Juan A. E. Traill n/i
1912 North Santa Fe Geoffrey Francis, L. A. Lynch Staunton, Roberto Traill, Juan A. E. Traill n/i
1913 North Santa Fe José E. Traill 9, L. A. Lynch Staunton 6, Roberto Traill 8, Juan A. E. Traill 10 33
1914
(Not played due to World War I)
1915 El Palomar Lindsay Holway 5, Samuel Casares 6, Charles Lacey 5, Luis L. Lacey 10 26
1916 North Santa Fe Juan Miles 3, David Miles 6, Carlos Land 6, Juan A. E. Traill 10 25
1917 North Santa Fe Juan Miles 5, David Miles 7, Carlos Land 6, Juan A. E. Traill 10 28
1918 Hurlingham Juan Roberts 4, C. Crawford Smith 5, Julio Negrón 6, Juan A. E. Traill 10 25
1919 Las Rosas Guillermo Agar 5, Juan Miles 6, David Miles 7, Carlos Land 6 24
1920 Hurlingham Arturo Kenny 5, Juan D. Nelson 6, Julio Negrón 6, Luis L. Lacey 9 26
1921 Hurlingham Arturo Kenny 5, Juan D. Nelson 6, Julio Negrón 6, Luis L. Lacey 9 26
1922 Santa Inés Daniel Kearney 3, Carlos Land 6, Guillermo Brooke Naylor 4, Juan Kearney 2 15
Campeonato Argentino Abierto de Polo
1923 Las Rosas Juan Miles 7, José E. Traill 6, Juan A. E. Traill 9, David Miles 8 30
1924 Santa Inés Daniel Kearney 5, Carlos Land 7, Guillermo Brooke Naylor 5, Juan Kearney 5 22
1925 Hurlingham Arturo Kenny 6, Juan D. Nelson 8, Eustace Lacey 6, Luis L. Lacey 10 30
1926 Hurlingham Francisco Ceballos 3, Ramón Videla Dorna 4, Justo Galarreta 4, Enrique Padilla 7 18
1927 Hurlingham Arturo Kenny 6, Juan D. Nelson 8, Julio Negrón 4, Luis L. Lacey 9 27
1928 Santa Inés Daniel Kearney 6, Guillermo Brooke Naylor 6, Kenneth Reynolds 3, Juan Kearney 6 21
1929 Hurlingham Arturo Kenny 6, Juan D. Nelson 8, Enrique Padilla 7, Luis L. Lacey 10 31
1930 Santa Paula Alfredo Harrington 5, Juan Reynal 6, José Reynal 8, Manuel Andrada 8 27
1931 La Rinconada Audilio Ayrolo 4, Martín Reynal 5, José Reynal 8, Manuel Andrada 8 25
1932 Meadow Brook Michael Phipps 7, Winston Guest 9, Elmer Boeseke Jr. 8, William Post 6 30
1933 Santa Paula Juan Reynal 7, Martín Reynal 6, José Reynal 8, Manuel Andrada 8 29
1934 Coronel Suárez Ricardo Garrós 4, Eduardo E. Garrós 4, Enrique Alberdi 7, Juan Alberdi 5 20
1935 Tortugas Juan Alberdi 6, Mario Inchauspe 5, Enrique Alberdi 7, Manuel Andrada 7 25
1936 Santa Paula Juan Reynal 6, Matías Casares 6, José Reynal 9, Ricardo Santamarina 6 27
1937 Hurlingham Eduardo Rojas Lanusse 5, Juan D. Nelson 6, Roberto Cavanagh 8, Luis L. Lacey 7 26
1938 Los Indios Audilio Ayrolo 4, Juan Rodríguez 6, Andrés Gazzotti 8, Manuel Andrada 8 26
1939 El Trébol Luis Duggan 6, Heriberto Duggan 7, Enrique Duggan 5, Manuel Andrada 9 27
1940 El Trébol Luis Duggan 6, Julio Menditeguy 6, Heriberto Duggan 7, Carlos Menditeguy 6 25
1941 El Trébol Luis Duggan 7, Julio Menditeguy 7, Heriberto Duggan 8, Carlos Menditeguy 7 29
1942 El Trébol Luis Duggan 8, Julio Menditeguy 8, Heriberto Duggan 9, Carlos Menditeguy 8 33
1943 El Trébol Luis Duggan 9, Julio Menditeguy 9, Heriberto Duggan 9, Carlos Menditeguy 9 36
1944 Venado Tuerto Juan Cavanagh 6, Roberto Cavanagh 7, Enrique Alberdi 10, Juan Alberdi 9 32
1945
(Not played due to World War II)
1946 Venado Tuerto Juan Cavanagh 8, Roberto Cavanagh 8, Enrique Alberdi 10, Juan Alberdi 10 36
1947 Venado Tuerto Juan Cavanagh 8, Roberto Cavanagh 8, Enrique Alberdi 9, Juan Alberdi 9 34
1948 Venado Tuerto Juan Cavanagh 9, Roberto Cavanagh 9, Enrique Alberdi 9, Juan Alberdi 9 36
1949 Venado Tuerto Luis Duggan 7, Juan Cavanagh 9, Enrique Alberdi 9, Juan Alberdi 9 34
1950 Venado Tuerto Juan Cavanagh 9, Roberto Cavanagh 9, Enrique Alberdi 9, Juan Alberdi 10 37
1951 Los Pingüinos Luis Duggan 7, Iván Mihanovich 6, Gabriel Capdepont 7, Mariano G. Achával 7 27
1952 Coronel Suárez Ruben Sarraúa 5, Francisco Reyes 7, Enrique Alberdi 9, Juan C. Harriott 8 29
1953 Coronel Suárez Ernesto Lalor 6, Francisco Reyes Carrere 8, Enrique Alberdi 9, Juan C. Alberdi 9 32
1954 El Trébol Nicolas R. Guiñazú 7, Robert Skene 10, Carlos Menditeguy 10, Eduardo Bullrich 7 34
1955 Venado Tuerto Juan Cavanagh 9, Roberto Cavanagh 10, Enrique Alberdi 10, Juan Alberdi 9 38
1956 El Trébol Eduardo Bullrich 7, Julio Menditeguy 7, Robert Skene 10, Carlos Menditeguy 9 33
1957 Coronel Suárez Bertil Grahn 6, Juan C. Harriott Jr. 7, Enrique Alberdi 9, Juan C. Harriott 7 29
1958 Coronel Suárez Horacio Heguy 6, Juan C. Harriott Jr. 8, Antonio Heguy 5, Juan C. Harriott 8 27
1959 Coronel Suárez Horacio Heguy 7, Juan C. Harriott Jr. 9, Luis Lalor 7, Juan C. Harriott 8 31
1960 El Trébol Horacio Castilla 4, Teófilo Bordeu 7, Carlos de la Serna 8, Carlos Menditeguy 10 29
1961 Coronel Suárez Horacio Heguy 8, Daniel González 6, Juan C. Harriott Jr. 9, Juan C. Harriott 8 31
1962 Coronel Suárez Horacio Heguy 9, Daniel González 6, Juan C. Harriott Jr. 10, Juan C. Harriott 7 32
1963 Coronel Suárez Alberto Heguy 6, Horacio Heguy 8, Juan C. Harriott Jr. 10, Juan C. Harriott 7 31
1964 Coronel Suárez Alberto Heguy 7, Horacio Heguy 9, Juan C. Harriott Jr. 10, Juan C. Harriott 7 (Carlos Torres Zavaleta) 33
1965 Coronel Suárez Alberto Heguy 7, Horacio Heguy 9, Juan C. Harriott Jr. 10, Daniel González 7 33
1966 Coronel Suárez Alberto Heguy 8 (William R. Linfoot), Horacio Heguy 9, Juan C. Harriott Jr. 10, Daniel González 8 35
1967 Coronel Suárez Alberto Heguy 9, Horacio Heguy 9, Juan C. Harriott Jr. 10, Alfredo Harriott 7 35
1968 Coronel Suárez Alberto Heguy 8, Horacio Heguy 8, Juan C. Harriott Jr. 10, Alfredo Harriott 7 33
1969 Coronel Suárez Alberto Heguy 8, Horacio Heguy 9, Juan C. Harriott Jr. 10, Alfredo Harriott 8 35
1970 Coronel Suárez Alberto Heguy 8, Horacio Heguy 9, Juan C. Harriott Jr. 10, Alfredo Harriott 9 36
1971 Santa Ana Teófilo Bordeu 7, Gastón Dorignac 10, Daniel González 9, Francisco Dorignac 10 36
1972 Coronel Suárez Alberto Heguy 9, Horacio Heguy 10, Juan C. Harriott Jr. 10, Alfredo Harriott 9 38
1973 Santa Ana Gastón Dorignac 10, Héctor Merlos 8, Daniel González 9, Francisco Dorignac 10 37
1974 Coronel Suárez Alberto Heguy 9, Horacio Heguy 9, Juan C. Harriott Jr. 10, Alfredo Harriott 9 37
1975 Coronel Suárez Alberto Heguy 10, Horacio Heguy 10, Juan C. Harriott Jr. 10, Alfredo Harriott 10 40
1976 Coronel Suárez Alberto Heguy 10, Horacio Heguy 9, Juan C. Harriott Jr. 10, Alfredo Harriott 10 39
1977 Coronel Suárez Alberto Heguy 10, Horacio Heguy 10, Juan C. Harriott Jr. 10, Alfredo Harriott 10 40
1978 Coronel Suárez Alberto Heguy 10, Horacio Heguy 10, Juan C. Harriott Jr. 10, Alfredo Harriott 10 40
1979 Coronel Suárez Alberto Heguy 10, Horacio Heguy 10, Juan C. Harriott Jr. 10, Alfredo Harriott 10 40
1980 Coronel Suárez Benjamín Araya 5, Alberto Heguy 10, Alfredo Harriott 10, Celestino Garrós 8 (Horacio Heguy) 33
1981 Coronel Suárez Benjamín Araya 7, Alberto Heguy 10, Alfredo Harriott 10, Celestino Garrós 9 36
1982 Santa Ana Gastón Dorignac 9, Héctor Merlos 8, Guillermo ("Memo") Gracida Jr 10, Francisco Dorignac 9 36
1983 Coronel Suárez II Benjamín Araya 9, Juan Badiola 8, Daniel González 8, Horacio Araya 8 33
1984 La Espadaña Juan Zavaleta 8, Alfonso Pieres 9, Gonzalo Pieres Sr. 9, Ernesto Trotz Jr. 8 34
1985 [note 1] La Espadaña Antonio Herrera 8, Alfonso Pieres 10, Gonzalo Pieres Sr. 10, Ernesto Trotz Jr. 9 37
1986 Indios Chapaleufú Marcos Heguy 7, Gonzalo Heguy 8, Horacio Heguy Jr. 8, Alejandro Garrahan 8 31
1987 La Espadaña Carlos Gracida 9, Alfonso Pieres 10, Gonzalo Pieres Sr. 10, Ernesto Trotz Jr. 10 39
1988 La Espadaña Carlos Gracida 9, Alfonso Pieres 10, Gonzalo Pieres Sr. 10, Ernesto Trotz Jr. 10 39
1989 La Espadaña Carlos Gracida 10, Alfonso Pieres 10, Gonzalo Pieres Sr. 10, Ernesto Trotz Jr. 10 40
1990 La Espadaña Carlos Gracida 10, Alfonso Pieres 10, Gonzalo Pieres Sr. 10, Ernesto Trotz Jr. 10 40
1991 Indios Chapaleufú Bautista Heguy 8, Gonzalo Heguy 10, Horacio Heguy Jr. 10,Marcos Heguy 9 37
1992 Indios Chapaleufú Bautista Heguy 10, Gonzalo Heguy 10, Horacio Heguy Jr. 10, Marcos Heguy 10 40
1993 Indios Chapaleufú Bautista Heguy 10, Gonzalo Heguy 10, Horacio Heguy Jr. 10, Marcos Heguy 10 40
1994 La Ellerstina Adolfo Cambiaso 9, Mariano Aguerre 8, Gonzalo Pieres Sr. 10, Carlos Gracida 10 37
1995 Indios Chapaleufú Bautista Heguy 10, Gonzalo Heguy 10, Horacio Heguy Jr. 10, Marcos Heguy 10 40
1996 Indios Chapaleufú II Alberto Heguy Jr. 9, Ignacio Heguy 9, Alejandro Díaz Alberdi 9, Eduardo Heguy 10 37
1997 La Ellerstina Adolfo Cambiaso 10, Mariano Aguerre 9, Gonzalo Pieres Sr. 10, Bartolomé Castagnola 8 37
1998 La Ellerstina Adolfo Cambiaso 10, Mariano Aguerre 9, Gonzalo Pieres Sr. 10, Bartolomé Castagnola 9 38
1999 Indios Chapaleufú II Alberto Heguy Jr. 9, Ignacio Heguy 10, Milo Fernández Araujo 8, Eduardo Heguy 10 37
2000 Indios Chapaleufú II Alberto Heguy Jr. 9, Ignacio Heguy 10, Milo Fernández Araujo 9, Eduardo Heguy 10 38
2001 Indios Chapaleufú Bautista Heguy 10, Mariano Aguerre 10, Marcos Heguy 10, Horacio Heguy Jr. 8 38
2002 La Dolfina Adolfo Cambiaso 10, Sebastián Merlos 9, Juan I. Merlos 10, Bartolomé Castagnola 9 38
2003 La Aguada Javier Novillo 9, Eduardo Novillo Jr. 9, Miguel Novillo 9, Ignacio Novillo 7 34
2004 Indios Chapaleufú II Alberto Heguy Jr. 9, Ignacio Heguy 10, Milo Fernández Araujo 9, Eduardo Heguy 9 37
2005 La Dolfina Adolfo Cambiaso 10, Lucas Monteverde Jr. 8, Mariano Aguerre 9, Bartolomé Castagnola 9 36
2006 La Dolfina Adolfo Cambiaso 10, Lucas Monteverde Jr. 9, Mariano Aguerre 10, Bartolomé Castagnola 10 39
2007 La Dolfina Adolfo Cambiaso 10, Lucas Monteverde Jr. 9, Mariano Aguerre 10, Bartolomé Castagnola 10 39
2008 La Ellerstina Facundo Pieres 10, Gonzalo Pieres Jr. 10, Pablo Mac Donough 10, Juan M. Nero 9 39
2009 La Dolfina Adolfo Cambiaso 10, Lucas Monteverde Jr. 10, Mariano Aguerre 10, Bartolomé Castagnola 10 40
2010 La Ellerstina Facundo Pieres 10, Gonzalo Pieres Jr. 10, Pablo Mac Donough 10, Juan M. Nero 10 40
2011 La Dolfina Adolfo Cambiaso 10, David Stirling Jr 9, Pablo Mac Donough 10, Juan M. Nero 10 39
2012 La Ellerstina [6] Facundo Pieres 10, Gonzalo Pieres Jr. 10, Mariano Aguerre 9, Nicolás Pieres 9 38
2013 La Dolfina Adolfo Cambiaso 10, David Stirling Jr 9, Pablo Mac Donough 10, Juan M. Nero 10 (Sebastián Merlos) 39
2014 La Dolfina Adolfo Cambiaso 10, David Stirling Jr 10, Pablo Mac Donough 10, Juan M. Nero 10 40
2015 La Dolfina Adolfo Cambiaso 10, David Stirling Jr 10, Pablo Mac Donough 10, Juan M. Nero 10 40
2016 La Dolfina Adolfo Cambiaso 10, David Stirling Jr 10, Pablo Mac Donough 10, Juan M. Nero 10 40
2017 La Dolfina Adolfo Cambiaso 10, David Stirling Jr 10, Pablo Mac Donough 10, Juan M. Nero 10 40
2018 La Dolfina Adolfo Cambiaso 10, David Stirling Jr 10, Pablo Mac Donough 10, Juan M. Nero 10 40
2019 La Dolfina Adolfo Cambiaso 10, David Stirling Jr 10, Pablo Mac Donough 10, Juan M. Nero 10 (Rodrigo Andrade 8) 40
2020 La Dolfina Adolfo Cambiaso 10, David Stirling Jr 10, Pablo Mac Donough 10, Juan M. Nero 10 40
2021
Notes:
  1. ^ Concluded in 1986 due to epizootic.

Multiple Championship WinnersEdit

Player Titles First Title Age at First Title Most Recent Title
Juan C. Harriott Jr. 20 1957 21 1979
Horacio Heguy Sr.[note 1] 19 1958 22 1979
Alberto Heguy Sr. 17 1963 22 1981
Adolfo Cambiaso 17 1994 18 2020
Alfredo Harriott 13 1967 22 1981
Enrique Alberdi 12 1934 24 1957
Juan A. E. Traill 11 1904 22 1923
Pablo Mac Donough 11 2008 26 2020
Juan Martin Nero 11 2008 27 2020
Mariano Aguerre 9 1994 25 2012
Juan Alberdi 9 1934 1955
Gonzalo Pieres Sr. 9 1984 28 1998
Juan C. Harriott 8 1952 40 1964
David Stirling Jr 9 2011 30 2020
Bartolomé Castagnola 7 1997 27 2009
Juan Cavanagh 7 1944 1955
Roberto Cavanagh 7 1937 23 1955
Luis Duggan 7 1939 33 1951
Daniel González 7 1961 1983
Luis L. Lacey 7 1915 28 1937
Carlos Menditeguy 7 1940 26 1960
Hugo Scott Robson 7 1893 34 1905
Manuel Andrada 6 1930 40 1939
Horacio Heguy Jr. 6 1986 22 2001
Marcos Heguy 6 1986 20 2001
Juan D. Nelson 6 1920 29 1937
Alfonso Pieres 6 1984 30 1990
Ernesto Trotz Jr. 6 1984 28 1990
Francisco J. Balfour 5 1893 1903
Heriberto Duggan 5 1939 1943
Carlos Gracida 5 1987 27 1994
Bautista Heguy 5 1991 20 2001
Gonzalo Heguy 5 1986 22 1995
Arturo Kenny 5 1920 1929
Carlos Land 5 1916 1924
Julio Menditeguy 5 1940 1956
José E. Traill 5 1904 17 1923
Alberto Heguy Jr. 4 1996 26 2004
Eduardo Heguy 4 1996 26 2004
Ignacio Heguy 4 1996 22 2004
David Miles 4 1916 1923
Juan Miles 4 1916 21 1923
Lucas Monteverde Jr. 4 2005 28 2009
Julio Negrón 4 1918 1927
José Reynal 4 1930 1936
Thomas Scott Robson 4 1899 1905
Roberto Traill 4 1906 1913
Milo Fernández Araujo 3 1999 33 2004
Benjamín Araya 3 1980 17 1983
Francisco Dorignac 3 1971 33 1982
Gastón Dorignac 3 1971 31 1982
Frank Furber 3 1893 1897
Arthur Follet Holt 3 1894 29 1897
Daniel Kearney 3 1922 1928
Juan Kearney 3 1922 1928
Francis E. Kinchant 3 1895 1900
Guillermo Brooke Naylor 3 1922 38 1928
Facundo Pieres 3 2008 22 2012
Gonzalo Pieres Jr. 3 2008 25 2012
Juan Reynal 3 1930 1936
L. A. Lynch Staunton 3 1911 1913
Eduardo Traill 3 1898 1908
Notes:
  1. ^ Horacio Heguy Sr. made an appearance in Final of 1980, and so arguably could be credited with 20 championship titles.

Championship Winners With Greatest Number of Unique TeammatesEdit

Player Unique Teammates [note 1] Teammate Change Ratio [note 2] Titles
Juan A. E. Traill 15 1.36 11
Enrique Alberdi 15 1.25 12
Mariano Aguerre 11 1.22 9
Adolfo Cambiaso 10 0.59 17
Juan C. Harriott Jr. 9 0.45 20
Juan Alberdi 8 0.89 9
Horacio Heguy Sr 8 0.42 19
Alberto Heguy 7 0.41 17
Notes:
  1. ^ Total count of unique teammates across all championships won.
  2. ^ Ratio of unique teammates per championship won.

Titles by ClubEdit

Team Titles
Coronel Suárez 25
Hurlingham 15
La Dolfina 14
North Santa Fe 8
El Trébol 8
Venado Tuerto 7
La Espadaña 6
Indios Chapaleufú I 6
Ellerstina 6
Indios Chapaleufú II 4
The Casuals 3
Las Rosas 3
Santa Inés 3
Santa Paula 3
Santa Ana 3
Las Petacas 2
Western Camps 2
Flores 1
La Victoria 1
San Carlos 1
Palomar 1
La Rinconada 1
Meadow Brook 1
Tortugas 1
Los Indios 1
Los Pingüinos 1
Coronel Suárez II 1
La Aguada 1

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