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Tie Cup Competition
Trofeo Copa Competencia Chevallier Boutell.png
The trophy awarded to champions
Organising bodyArgentina AFA
Uruguay AUF
Abolished1919; 100 years ago (1919)
RegionSouth America
Related competitionsCopa Competencia (Arg)
Copa Competencia (Uru)
Last championsArgentina Boca Juniors (1919)
Most successful club(s)Argentina Alumni
(6 titles)

The Tie Cup Competition (also known as Copa de Competencia Chevallier Boutell) is a defunct international football tournament played between representatives of the Argentina and Uruguay Associations. It was one of the earliest international football tournaments played between members of different national football associations, played on an annual basis until 1919.[1]

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The competition was inspired by English FA Cup,[2] with its trophy donated by Francis Hepburn Chevallier-Boutell, president of the Argentine Football Association (AFA), in 1900.

Initially, the competition included a total of four teams, with two from AFA, one from AUF and one from Liga Rosarina. That format remained until 1907, when the cup was contested between one representative each from Argentina and Uruguay. The participants were determined via qualification cups (Argentine Copa de Competencia Jockey Club and Uruguayan Copa de Competencia).

The Tie Cup was played only by First Division teams until 1918 when the Argentine Association stated that clubs from División Intermedia (the second division by then) were added to the competition.[2]

List of champions


The following list includes all the editions of the Tie Cup Competition:[3]

Francis Chevallier-Boutell, president of the Argentine Association, donated the trophy
Francis Chevallier-Boutell, president of the Argentine Association, donated the trophy
Argentine club Alumni (posing with the cup among other trophies) is the most winning team with 6 titles
Argentine club Alumni (posing with the cup among other trophies) is the most winning team with 6 titles
Montevideo Wanderers with the trophy in 1911
Montevideo Wanderers with the trophy in 1911
Year Champion Runner-up Score Venue City/District
1900 Argentina Belgrano AC Argentina Rosario AC 2-0 Flores Old Ground Caballito
1901 Argentina Alumni Argentina Rosario AC 2-1
Lomas AC Lomas de Zamora
1902 Argentina Rosario AC Argentina Alumni 1-1
Sociedad Sportiva Palermo
1903 Argentina Alumni Argentina Rosario AC 3-2
Sociedad Sportiva Palermo
1904 Argentina Rosario AC Uruguay CURCC [note 1] 3-2
Flores Old Ground Caballito
1905 Argentina Rosario AC Uruguay CURCC 4-3
Sociedad Sportiva Palermo
1906 Argentina Alumni Argentina Belgrano AC 10-1 Quilmes AC Quilmes
1907 Argentina Alumni Uruguay CURCC 3-1 Ferro C. Oeste Caballito
1908 Argentina Alumni Uruguay Wanderers 4-0 Belgrano AC Belgrano
1909 Argentina Alumni Uruguay CURCC 4-0 Gimnasia y Esgrima (BA) Palermo
(No champion crowned) [note 2]
1911 Uruguay Wanderers Argentina San Isidro 2-0 Gimnasia y Esgrima (BA) Palermo
1912 Argentina San Isidro Uruguay Nacional 1-0 Racing Club Avellaneda
1913 Uruguay Nacional Argentina San Isidro 1-0 Racing Club Avellaneda
1914 Argentina River Plate Uruguay Bristol 1-0 Ferro C. Oeste Caballito
1915 Uruguay Nacional Argentina Porteño 2-0 Gimnasia y Esgrima (BA) Palermo
1916 Uruguay Peñarol Argentina Rosario Central 3-0 Racing Club Avellaneda
1917 Uruguay Wanderers Argentina Independiente 4-0 Racing Club Avellaneda
1918 Uruguay Wanderers Argentina Porteño 2-1 Gimnasia y Esgrima (BA) Palermo
1919 Argentina Boca Juniors Uruguay Nacional 2-0 Sportivo Barracas Barracas
  1. ^ The football division separated from the club, changing to Club Atlético Peñarol in 1913. Peñarol has been recognized by FIFA as the continuity of CURCC.[4][5] Nevertheless, its main rival, Club Nacional de Football, alleged that CURCC and Peñarol were different clubs which coexisted until 1915, when CURCC was definitely dissolved.
  2. ^ Estudiantes (BA) and CURCC played the final that ended in a 2-2 tie. A second game should have to be played after that, but it never happened and the tournament was therefore abandoned without proclaiming a champion.

Titles by team

Team Titles Years won
Argentina Alumni 6 1901, 1903, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909
Argentina Rosario AC 3 1902, 1904, 1905
Uruguay Wanderers 3 1911, 1917, 1918
Uruguay Nacional 2 1913, 1915
Argentina Belgrano AC 1 1900
Argentina San Isidro 1 1912
Argentina River Plate 1 1914
Uruguay Peñarol 1 1916
Argentina Boca Juniors 1 1919

Titles by country

Country Titles Teams
Argentina Argentina 13 Belgrano AC, Alumni, Rosario AC,
San Isidro, River Plate, Boca Juniors
Uruguay Uruguay 6 Wanderers, Nacional, Peñarol

See also


This page was last edited on 28 April 2019, at 11:12
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