Argentine league winners list in full
2021- River Plate
2019–20 Boca Juniors
2018–19 Racing Club
2017–18 Boca Juniors
2016–17 Boca Juniors
2015 Boca Juniors
2014 Transición – Racing Club
2014 Final – River Plate
2013 Inicial San Lorenzo
2012–13 Vélez Sarsfield
2013 Final – Newell’s Old Boys
2012 Inicial Vélez Sarsfield
2012 Clausura – Arsenal de Sarandí
2011 Apertura – Boca Juniors
2011 Clausura- Vélez Sarsfield
2010 Apertura – Estudiantes
2010 Clausura – Argentinos Juniors
2009 Apertura – Banfield
2009 Clausura – Vélez Sarsfield
2008 Apertura – Boca Juniors
2008 Clausura – River Plate
2007 Apertura – Lanús
2007 Clausura – San Lorenzo
2006 Apertura Estudiantes
2006 Clausura – Boca Juniors
2005 Apertura – Boca Juniors
2005 Clausura – Vélez Sarsfield
2004 Apertura – Newell’s Old Boys
2004 Clausura – River Plate
2003 Apertura – Boca Juniors
2003 Clausura – River Plate
2002 Apertura – Independiente
2002 Clausura – River Plate
2001 Apertura – Racing Club
2001 Clausura – San Lorenzo
2000 Apertura – Boca Juniors
2000 Clausura – River Plate
1999 Apertura – River Plate
1999 Clausura – Boca Juniors
1998 Apertura – Boca Juniors
1998 Clausura – Vélez Sarsfield
1997 Apertura – River Plate
1997 Clausura River Plate
1996 Apertura – River Plate
1996 Clausura – Vélez Sarsfield
1995 Apertura – Vélez Sarsfield
1995 Clausura – San Lorenzo
1994 Apertura – River Plate
1994 Clausura – Independiente
1993 Apertura – River Plate
1993 Clausura – Vélez Sarsfield
1992 Apertura – Boca Juniors
1992 Clausura – Newell’s Old Boys
1991 Apertura – River Plate
1990–91 – Newell’s Old Boys
1989–90 – River Plate
1987–88 Newell’s Old Boys
1986–87 Rosario Central
1985–86 River Plate
1985 Nacional – Argentinos Juniors
1984 Nacional – Ferro Carril Oeste
1984 Metropolitano – Argentinos Juniors
1983 Nacional – Estudiantes
1983 Metropolitano – Independiente
1982 Nacional – Ferro Carril Oeste
1982 Metropolitano – Estudiantes
1981 Nacional – River Plate
1981 Metropolitano – Boca Juniors
1980 Nacional – Rosario Central
1980 Metropolitano – River Plate
1979 Nacional – River Plate
1979 Metropolitano – River Plate
1978 Nacional – Independiente
1978 Metropolitano – Quilmes
1977 Nacional – Independiente
1977 Metropolitano – River Plate
1976 Nacional – Boca Juniors
1976 Metropolitano – Boca Juniors
1975 Nacional – River Plate
1975 Metropolitano – River Plate
1974 Nacional – San Lorenzo
1974 Nacional – Newell’s Old Boys
1973 Nacional – Rosario Central
1973 Metropolitano – Huracán
1972 Nacional – San Lorenzo
1972 Metropolitano – San Lorenzo
1971 Nacional – Rosario Central
1971 Metropolitano – Independiente
1970 Nacional – Boca Juniors
1970 Metropolitano – Independiente
1969 Nacional – Boca Juniors
1969 Metropolitano – Chacarita Juniors
1968 Nacional – Vélez Sarsfield
1968 Metropolitano – San Lorenzo
1967 Nacional – Independiente
1967 Metropolitano – Estudiantes
1966 Racing Club
1965 Boca Juniors
1964 Boca Juniors
1962 Boca Juniors
1961 Racing Club
1959 San Lorenzo
1958 Racing Club
1957 River Plate
1956 River Plate
1955 River Plate
1954 Boca Juniors
1953 River Plate
1952 River Plate
1951 Racing Club
1950 Racing Club
1949 Racing Club
1947 River Plate
1946 San Lorenzo
1945 River Plate
1944 Boca Juniors
1943 Boca Juniors
1942 River Plate
1941 River Plate
1940 Boca Juniors
1937 River Plate
1936 (O) River Plate
1936 (C) River Plate
1936 (H) San Lorenzo
1935 Boca Juniors
1934 LAF Boca Juniors
1934 Estudiantil Porteño
1933 LAF – San Lorenzo
1933 Dock Sud
1932 LAF – River Plate
1932 Sportivo Barracas
1931 LAF – Boca Juniors
1931 Estudiantil Porteño
1930 Boca Juniors
1929 Gimnasia y Esgrima (LP)
1927 San Lorenzo
1926 AAmF – Independiente
1926 Boca Juniors
1925 AAmF – Racing Club
1924 AAmF – San Lorenzo
1924 Boca Juniors
1923 AAmF – San Lorenzo
1923 Boca Juniors
1922 AAmF – Independiente
1921 AAmF – Racing Club
1920 AAmF – River Plate
1920 Boca Juniors
1919 AAmF – Racing Club
1919 Boca Juniors
1918 Racing Club
1917 Racing Club
1916 Racing Club
1915 Racing Club
1914 FAF – Porteño
1914 Racing Club
1913 FAF – Estudiantes
1913 Racing Club
1912 FAF – Porteño
1908 Belgrano AC
1904 Belgrano AC
1899 Belgrano AC
1898 Lomas Athletic Club
1897 Lomas Athletic Club
1896 Lomas Academy
1895 Lomas Athletic Club
1894 Lomas Athletic Club
1893 Lomas Athletic Club
1892 Not held
1891 – Old Caledonians
– St. Andrew’s.
Argentine league winners, the most successful teams in history
River Plate is an Argentine professional football club based in Buenos Aires. The club’s success started in the early years of the formation of the Argentine league. When it comes to the Argentine Primera Division, River Plate is the most successful team in the country.
Although the initial years of the league were in the Amateur division until the breakaway, River Plate continued with its dominance even in the professional era until today and has won more titles than any other side except for Boca Juniors, who is the next team on the winner’s list.
The club is also one of the most successful in the country regarding the number of domestic titles won. River Plate won the Argentine league last time, during the 2014 Final.
Boca Juniors is an Argentine professional football club based in Buenos Aires. The club won the league back to back in 1990 and 1920. Boca Juniors is the second most successful team in the country with 34 titles.
Since the club’s promotion into the professional league, it has remained in the top flight, becoming one of the most successful Argentine teams domestically and internationally. The club is the second most successful behind Atlético River Plate in the Copa de Liga professional with 34 titles.
The last time the club won the domestic league was in the 2020–21 season. Racing Club de Avellaneda is an Argentine professional football club based in Avellaneda, Buenos Aires.
The club is the third most successful team in the history of the Argentine league, with 18 titles. Historically, Racing Club is considered the big five of Argentine football.
Founded in 1903, Racing has won 18 titles, including a winning streak of about seven consecutive wins between 1913 and 1919. The club’s achievement includes domestic and international trophies, including the Copa Libertadores.
Independiente is the fourth most successful team in the country with 16 titles. The first time it won the national league was in 1922, followed by another win in 1926. The last time Independiente won the league was in 2002, Apertura.
San Lorenzo de Almagro
San Lorenzo de Almagro is a professional football club in the Boedo district of Buenos Aires. San Lorenzo has won 15 league titles and is considered one of the country’s Big Five.
Vélez Sarsfield is an Argentine professional football club based in Liniers, Buenos Aires. Sarsfield has won 10 league titles in history, and the last title was in the 2012–13 Superfinal.
Alumni Athletic Club was one of the early Argentine Champions. During these times, Alumni won over ten national titles, although most were in the amateur era.
Other notable winners of the league
Estudiantes (LP) – 6, Newell’s Old Boys – 6, Huracán – 5, Lomas Athletic – 5, Rosario Central – 4, Belgrano Athletic – 3, Argentinos Juniors – 3, Lanús – 2, Ferro Carril Oeste – 2, Porteño – 2, Quilmes – 2, Estudiantil Porteño – 2, Gimnasia y Esgrima (LP) – 1, Banfield – 1, Lomas Academy – 1, Arsenal Sarandí – 1, Chacarita Juniors – 1, Dock Sud – 1, Old Caledonians – 1, Sportivo Barracas – 1, St. Andrew’s – 1
The Argentine league, also known as the Argentine Primera Division or formerly the Argentine Superliga, is the country’s top-tier football competition and has produced notable winners in the past and present. The Argentine Primera Division is a professional football league played by teams across Argentina.
Since its inception, the league has undergone several rebranding, including the shift from Argentine Primera Division to the Superliga, which is now the Copa Liga professional or simply the Argentine Primera Division as the newly adopted style.
Two different winners ( St. Andrew’s and Old Caledonians) emerged as the Champions of the inaugural Argentine league season in 1891. The league in Argentina is considered one of the oldest national football leagues in the world after, After England, Scott and Ireland had already established a national football league in 1880.
Twenty-eight different teams across Argentina have won the league since its inception in 1891. In the history of the competition in Argentina Primera Division, Atlético River Plate are the most successful team in the country with 36 titles, followed by Boca Juniors with 34 titles, Racing Club with 18, Independiente with 16, and San Lorenzo with 15.
The Argentine Primera Division or the Argentine League, simply the Copa de Liga professional, is one of the oldest leagues in the world. The league is more prevalent in the South American continent alongside the Brazilian Série A and the Uruguayan Primera Division.
It is the most popular football competition in the country, followed by Copa Argentina. The league is one of the biggest and the most successful in the South American continent of the all-time success recorded.
Two teams Boca Juniors and River Plate, have singlehandedly won more laurels domestically and have represented the country at the continental and international levels. Other top sides including Independiente, Huracán, San Lorenzo, Estudiantes, and Racing Club.
The Argentine Primera Division is a tough league having top sides including Atlético River Plate, Boca Juniors, Independiente, Defensa y Justicia, etc.
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