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Copa Ibarguren

Copa Dr. Carlos Ibarguren or Copa Ibarguren is a defunct Argentine football tournament which was contested between 1913 and 1958.


The trophy was donated by the Argentine Minister of Public Instruction Dr. Carlos Ibarguren to be contested between the champions of all of the regional leagues in Argentina. The cup was only ever contested as a one off game between:

1913-1938: Primera Division vs Rosario league

1939: Primera Division vs Litoral league

1940-1941: Primera Division vs Rosario league

1942-1958: Primera Division vs Copa Presidente

List of Champions

1913: Racing Club

1914: Racing Club

1915: Rosario Central

1916: Racing Club

1917: Racing Club

1918: Racing Club

1919: Boca Juniors

1920: Tiro Federal

1921: Newell's Old Boys

1922: Huracan

1923: Boca Juniors

1924: Boca Juniors

1925: Huracan

1937: River Plate

1938: Independiente

1939: Independiente

1940: Boca Juniors

1941: River Plate

1942: River Plate

1944: Boca Juniors

1950: Liga Mendocina de Futbol

1952: N/A

1958: Liga Cordobesa de Futbol

Championships by club

5: Racing Club, Boca Juniors

3: River Plate

2: Huracan, Independiente

1: Rosario Central, Tiro Federal, Newell's Old Boys, Liga Mendocina de Futbol, Liga Cordobesa de Futbol

External links

Copa Ibarguren overview page at rsssf

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