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Club Atletico Argentino de Quilmes

Club Atletico Argentino de Quilmes are a football club from Quilmes in Buenos Aires, Argentina. They currently play in Primera D Metropolitana, which is the regionalised fifth tier of the Argentine Football Association league system.

The club were founded in 1899, during the amateur era of Argentine football they were regulars in the Argentine Primera. They managed two 3rd place finishes in the league championships of 1908 and 1913.

Their last ever season in the Primera came in 1939, and it was a record breaking one. They finished the season bottom of the table with a record of:

this set the record for the lowest amount of points ever acumulated in the Primera.

The club then spent the next 43 years changing between the 2nd and 3rd divisions. In 2005/2006 the club were relegated to the 5th division (Primera D Metropolitana for the first time in their history.


Primera B 1938

Primera Amateur 1945

Primera Division C 1988/1989

Notable players

Angel Clemente Rojas

Paulo Valentim

Notable managers

Norberto Raffo

See also

List of football clubs in Argentina

Argentine football league system

External links

Freeserve Club Website

Geocities Club Website

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