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Copa Bullrich
Organising bodyAFA
Founded1903
Abolished1934; 85 years ago (1934)
RegionArgentina
Most successful club(s)Independiente
Ferro Carril Oeste
Boca Juniors
Central Argentino
(2 titles each)

The Copa de Competencia Adolfo Bullrich, or simply Copa Bullrich, was an official football tournament held from 1903 to 1934 in Argentina. From 1905 to 1915 the championship was contested by clubs playing in the second division of Argentine league system, that were Segunda División (1903-1910) and División Intermedia (1911-1915).[1][2]

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Overview

San Martín A.C., first winner in 1903
San Martín A.C., first winner in 1903

The trophy was donated by former mayor of Buenos Aires, Adolfo Bullrich (1898-1902), and named after him. From 1916, the tournament was renamed "Copa Competencia de División Intermedia", while it progressively lost interest. The last edition was held in 1934 as "Copa Competencia de Segunda División", after several years without being organised.[3][4]

The Copa Bullrich was relevant for having been the first official title won by several clubs, such as Independiente (1909)[5][6] or Gimnasia y Esgrima (LP) in 1915.[7]

Clubs that had won the cup playing at second division and were playing in Primera División sent youth or reserve teams to play the tournament, as Belgrano Athletic did in 1905 or Boca Juniors in 1934, among other cases.

List of champions

Year Winner
1903 San Martín A.C.
1904 Barracas II [note 1]
1905 Belgrano "B" [note 1]
1906 Porteño
1907 Gimnasia y Esgrima (BA)
1908 Atlanta
1909 Independiente
1910 Racing
1911 Nacional (Floresta)
1912 Ferro Carril Oeste [note 2]
1913 Ferro Carril Oeste [note 1]
1915 Gimnasia y Esgrima (LP)
1916 Liberal Argentino
1917 Independiente [note 1]
1918 Boca Juniors [note 1]
1919 Estudiantes (LP) [note 1]
1920 Alvear
1922 Central Argentino
1923 Central Argentino
1926 Unión (Caseros)
1934 Boca Juniors [note 1][8]

Titles by club

Team Titles Years won
Independiente 2 1909, 1917
Ferro Carril Oeste 2 1912, 1913
Boca Juniors 2 1918, 1934
Central Argentino 2 1922, 1923
San Martín Athletic 1 1903
Barracas A.C. 1 1904
Belgrano A.C. 1 1905
Porteño 1 1906
Gimnasia y Esgrima (BA) 1 1907
Atlanta 1 1908
Racing 1 1910
Nacional (Floresta) 1 1911
Gimnasia y Esgrima (LP) 1 1915
Liberal Argentino 1 1916
Estudiantes (LP) 1 1919
Alvear 1 1920
Unión (Caseros) 1 1926

See also

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d e f g Reserve team so the senior squad was playing in Primera División.
  2. ^ This edition was played with the senior squad. The following season (1913) would be played by a reserve team so Ferro had been promoted to Primera División.

References

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