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1999-2000 in Argentine football


The 1999-2000 season in Argentine football saw River Plate win both the league championships, while Boca Juniors won the Copa Libertadores 2000 and Talleres de Cordoba won the 1999 Copa CONMEBOL to become the first team from Cordoba Province to win a major international title.

Torneo Apertura ("Opening" Tournament)

Top Scorers

Relegation

There is no relegation after the Apertura. For the relegation results of this tournament see below

Torneo Clausura ("Closing" Tournament)

Top Scorers

Relegation

Relegation table

Relegation playoffs

The teams draw 4-4 therefore Belgrano stay in the Argentine First Division.

Quilmes remains in Argentine Nacional B.

Almagro win 2-1 and are promoted to the Argentine First Division.

Instituto are relegated to the Argentine Nacional B.

References

Argentina 1999-2000 by Javier Romiser at rsssf.

Topscorers Apertura 2000

Topscorers Clausura 2001

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