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1895 in Argentine football

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1895 in Argentine football

1895 in Argentine football saw Lomas AC retained the Argentine football championship to become the first team to win the championship 3 times in a row. The runner up was its related team Lomas Academy.[1] This was the last tournament played by Buenos Aires al Rosario Railways before merging with Belgrano Athletic Club.[2]

Primera división

Final standings

Pos Team Pts G W D L
1 Lomas AC 18 10 8 2 0
2 Lomas Academy 13 10 6 1 3
3 Flores 12 10 6 0 4
4 Retiro AC 7 10 3 1 6
5 English High School 1 5 10 2 1 7
6 Quilmes Rovers 5 10 2 1 7

1 It was registered as the football team of the School. The English High School Athletic Club would be established in 1898.

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