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Table

Pos.TeamMPWDLGFGAGDP
Primera División: Regular Season - Zone 1
1
Godoy Cruz 13 8 3 2 23 11 +12 27
2
San Lorenzo 13 8 3 2 18 14 +4 27
3
Arsenal 13 6 3 4 18 12 +6 21
4
Gimnasia La Plata 13 6 3 4 13 15 -2 21
5
Independiente 13 5 5 3 14 9 +5 20
6
Rosario Central 13 5 4 4 18 13 +5 19
7
Vélez Sarsfield 13 6 1 6 18 19 -1 19
8
Colón 13 5 2 6 21 24 -3 17
9   Patronato 13 4 4 5 18 22 -4 16
10
River Plate 13 3 6 4 18 18 +0 15
11
Quilmes 13 3 5 5 19 25 -6 14
12
Belgrano 13 3 4 6 19 21 -2 13
13
Banfield 13 2 6 5 13 18 -5 12
14
Olimpo 13 3 3 7 10 17 -7 12
15
Sarmiento 13 2 5 6 8 17 -9 11
Primera División: Regular Season - Zone 2
1
Lanús 13 11 1 1 24 6 +18 34
2
Estudiantes 13 8 3 2 21 9 +12 27
3
Atlético Tucumán 13 7 3 3 20 14 +6 24
4
Huracán 13 6 2 5 17 13 +4 20
5
Racing Club 13 5 5 3 26 24 +2 20
6   Defensa y Justicia 13 5 3 5 22 15 +7 18
7
Boca Juniors 13 5 3 5 14 10 +4 18
8
San Martín San Juan 13 4 5 4 17 17 +0 17
9
Unión Santa Fe 13 4 5 4 18 20 -2 17
10
Aldosivi 13 3 5 5 17 23 -6 14
11
Tigre 13 3 4 6 18 17 +1 13
12
Newell's Old Boys 13 2 7 4 14 17 -3 13
13   Temperley 13 3 4 6 12 17 -5 13
14
Atlético Rafaela 13 2 2 9 13 28 -15 8
15
Argentinos Juniors 13 1 5 7 8 24 -16 8

 

Top Scorers

PlayerTeamGoalsPenalties
Apertura: Regular Season
J. Sand Lanús 13 5
R. Ábila Huracán 9 0
F. Bordagaray Defensa y Justicia 8 1
S. García Godoy Cruz 8 0
E. Rescaldani Quilmes 7 3
M. Rubén Rosario Central 7 2
A. Ruiz Colón 7 1
J. Toledo San Martín San Juan 7 0
J. Ayoví Godoy Cruz 6 1
W. Bou Gimnasia La Plata 6 0
C. Menéndez Atlético Tucumán 6 0
F. Anselmo Atlético Rafaela 5 1
N. Blandi San Lorenzo 5 0
E. Denning San Martín San Juan 5 0
L. Janson Tigre 5 0
Apertura: Final Stage
G. Bou Racing Club 1 0
L. Lollo Racing Club 1 0
J. Lucero Independiente 1 0
C. Rodríguez Independiente 1 0
Óscar Romero Racing Club 1 0
Clausura: Torneo Final
M. Zárate Vélez Sarsfield 6 0
N. Blandi San Lorenzo 4 0
G. Carrillo Estudiantes 4 1
G. Castellani Godoy Cruz 4 0
F. Cavenaghi River Plate 4 1
G. Graciani Colón 4 0
L. Pisculichi Argentinos Juniors 4 0
D. Vera Atlético Rafaela 4 1
J. Correa Vélez Sarsfield 3 0
J. Furch Arsenal 3 0
L. Lollo Belgrano 3 2
M. Óbolo Godoy Cruz 3 0
S. Saja Racing Club 3 3
W. Acuña Rosario Central 2 0
L. Albertengo Atlético Rafaela 2 0
Clausura: Torneo Inicial
M. Matos All Boys 9 2
C. Pereyra Belgrano 9 1
E. Gigliotti Boca Juniors 8 0
I. Piatti San Lorenzo 8 1
D. Vera Atlético Rafaela 8 4
L. Pratto Vélez Sarsfield 7 3
S. Silva Lanús 7 0
H. Boyero Argentinos Juniors 6 0
J. Furch Arsenal 6 1
F. Pereyra Gimnasia La Plata 6 0
M. Rodríguez Newell's Old Boys 6 1
S. Abreu Rosario Central 5 3
L. Albertengo Atlético Rafaela 5 0
R. Cáseres Vélez Sarsfield 5 0
M. Cauteruccio San Lorenzo 5 0

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About Argentina - Primera Division

The Argentina Primera Division is Argentina's top football league. It is regarded as one of the best football leagues in the world of soccer with some of the best emerging talent being derived from this league. 20 football clubs participate in the Argentine Primera Division. The current champion for the 2013-14 season is River Plate. They are also the most decorated Argentine Football Club with 36 Titles. The league is divided into 2 parts; the Argentina Apertura, which starts in August to December, and the Argentina Clausura, which starts in February and ends in June. There are 19 games played per tournament for a total of 38 football matches for a full season. Without a doubt, the most awaited matches from this competition are those between Boca Juniors and Riverplate, also refererred to as the Superclasico or Clasico Argentino.

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