2011–12 Argentine Primera División season

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Primera División
Season 2011–12
ChampionsApertura:
Boca Juniors (30th title)
Clausura:
Arsenal (1st title)
Relegated Banfield
Olimpo
2012 Copa Libertadores Boca Juniors
Lanús
Godoy Cruz
2012 Copa Sudamericana Independiente
Racing
Tigre
Argentinos Juniors
Colón
2013 Copa Libertadores Arsenal
Matches played380
Goals scored813 (2.14 per match)
Top goalscorerApertura:
Rubén Ramírez (12 goals)
Clausura:
Carlos Luna (12 goals)
Biggest home win Godoy Cruz 6–1 All Boys
(September 10, 2011)
Biggest away win Argentinos Juniors 0–4 Lanús
(September 12, 2011)
Banfield 0–4 Vélez Sársfield
(February 17, 2012)
Highest scoring Boca Juniors 4–5 Independiente
(March 11, 2012)
Longest winning run Boca Juniors – 4 matches
(September 4–September 22)
Longest unbeaten run Boca Juniors – 23 matches
(August 5, 2011–March 4, 2012)
Longest losing run Banfield – 6 matches
(August 5–September 10)
2012–13

The 2011–12 Primera División season is the 121st season of top-flight professional football in Argentina. A total of 20 teams will compete in the league. It started on August 5, 2011 and ended on July 1, 2012.

Argentine Primera División Professional football league from Argentina

The Primera División, named Superliga Argentina since the 2017–18 season, is a professional football league in Argentina, organised by the homonymous entity, that is administered independently and has its own statute. Nevertheless, the Superliga is contractually linked with the main football body, the Argentine Football Association (AFA) that organized all the championships from 1893 to 2017.

Football in Argentina

Association football is the most popular sport in the Argentine Republic and part of the culture in Argentina. It is the one with the most players and is the most popular recreational sport, played from childhood into old age. The percentage of Argentines that declare allegiance to an Argentine football club is about 90%.

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Club information

ClubCityStadiumCapacity
All Boys Buenos Aires Islas Malvinas 21,000
Argentinos Juniors Buenos Aires Diego Armando Maradona 24,800
Arsenal Sarandí Julio H. Grondona 16,300
Atlético de Rafaela Rafaela Nuevo Monumental 16,000
Banfield Banfield Florencio Solá 40,500
Belgrano Córdoba Mario Alberto Kempes 57,000
Boca Juniors Buenos Aires Alberto J. Armando 49,000
Colón Santa Fe Brigadier General Estanislao López 32,500
Estudiantes (LP) La Plata Estadio Ciudad de La Plata 53,000
Godoy Cruz Godoy Cruz Malvinas Argentinas 40,268
Independiente Avellaneda Libertadores de América 32,500
Lanús Lanús Ciudad de Lanús – Néstor Díaz Pérez 46,619
Newell's Old Boys Rosario Marcelo Bielsa 38,095
Olimpo Bahía Blanca Roberto Natalio Carminatti 18,000
Racing Avellaneda Presidente Juan Domingo Perón 51,389
San Lorenzo Buenos Aires Pedro Bidegain 43,494
San Martín (SJ) San Juan Ingeniero Hilario Sánchez 25,286
Tigre Victoria Monumental de Victoria 26,282
Unión Santa Fe 15 de Abril 22,852
Vélez Sársfield Buenos Aires José Amalfitani 49,540

Managerial changes

TeamOutgoing managerManner of
departure
Date of
vacancy
Replaced byDate of
appointment
Position
in table
Pre-season changes
Racing Miguel Ángel Russo End of contractJune 19, 2011 Diego Simeone June 21, 2011 [1] N/A
Estudiantes (LP) Luis Suárez & Guillermo Trama [M 1] ReplacedJune 21, 2011 Miguel Ángel Russo June 21, 2011 [2] N/A
Apertura changes
Banfield Sebastián Méndez ResignedAugust 27, 2011 Ricardo La Volpe August 28, 2011 [3] 20th
Independiente Antonio Mohamed ResignedSeptember 5, 2011 [4] Ramón Díaz September 12, 2011 [5] 17th
Argentinos Juniors Pedro Troglio ResignedSeptember 18, 2011 [6] Néstor Gorosito September 20, 2011 [7] 19th
Newell's Old Boys Javier Torrente ResignedSeptember 27, 2011 [8] Diego Cagna September 29, 2011 [9] 16th
Estudiantes (LP) Miguel Ángel Russo ResignedNovember 7, 2011 [10] Juan Manuel Azconzábal [M 2] November 9, 2011 [11] 19th
San Lorenzo Omar Asad ResignedNovember 21, 2011 [12] Leonardo Madelón November 22, 2011 [13] 15th
Olimpo Omar De Felippe [M 3] ResignedNovember 21, 2011 [14] Héctor Rivoira December 2, 2011 [15] 17th
Inter-tournament changes
Banfield Ricardo La Volpe SackedDecember 14, 2011 [16] Jorge da Silva December 23, 2011 [17] N/A
Godoy Cruz Jorge da Silva ResignedDecember 14, 2011 [18] Nery Pumpido December 23, 2011 [19] N/A
Newell's Old Boys Diego Cagna SackedDecember 19, 2011 [20] Gerardo Martino December 26, 2011 [21] N/A
Racing Diego Simeone ResignedDecember 19, 2011 [22] Alfio Basile December 26, 2011 [23] N/A
Clausura changes
Colón Mario Sciacqua ResignedFebruary 20, 2012 [24] Roberto Sensini February 21, 2012 [25] 16th
Banfield Jorge da Silva ResignedFebruary 27, 2012 [26] Eduardo Mario Acevedo March 10, 2012 [27] 15th
Argentinos Juniors Néstor Gorosito ResignedFebruary 28, 2012 [28] Leonardo Astrada March 1, 2012 [29] 18th
Independiente Ramón Díaz ResignedMarch 3, 2012 [30] Cristian Díaz [M 2] March 5, 2012 [31] 20th
Atlético de Rafaela Carlos Trullet SackedMarch 12, 2012 [32] Rubén Forestello March 13, 2012 [33] 18th
Olimpo Héctor Rivoira ResignedApril 1, 2012 [34] Walter Perazzo April 4, 2012 [35] 20th
San Lorenzo Leonardo Madelón ResignedApril 1, 2012 [36] Ricardo Caruso Lombardi April 3, 2012 [37] 17th
Racing Alfio Basile ResignedApril 14, 2012 [38] Luis Zubeldía April 15, 2012 [39] 16th
San Martín (SJ) Daniel Garnero ResignedApril 21, 2012 [40] Facundo Sava April 23, 2012 [41] 19th
Estudiantes (LP) Juan Manuel Azconzábal SackedApril 27, 2012 [42] Martín Zuccarelli [M 1] April 27, 20129th
  1. 1 2 Interim manager.
  2. 1 2 Interim manager, but later promoted to full-time manager.
  3. Interim manager, but later replaced by Mauro Laspada as the interim manager.

Torneo Apertura

The 2011 Apertura was the first championship of the season. It began on August 5 and ended on February 4, 2012.

Standings

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification
1 Boca Juniors 191270256+1943 2012 Copa Libertadores Second Stage
2 Racing 197102168+831
3 Vélez Sarsfield 199462217+531
4 Belgrano 198742116+531
5 Colón 198741915+431
6 Lanús 197842014+629
7 Tigre 197662219+327
8 Independiente 197661817+127
9 San Martín (SJ) 196851714+326
10 Atlético de Rafaela 198292226426
11 Unión 196761418425
12 Godoy Cruz 196672824+424
13 Arsenal 196672120+124
14 Estudiantes (LP) 196582424023
15 Argentinos Juniors 195771824622
16 All Boys 194961523821
17 San Lorenzo 1954101319619
18 Newell's Old Boys 1911351318516
19 Olimpo 19210715251016
20 Banfield 19321413291611
Source: [ citation needed ]
 Primera División
2011 Apertura Champion 
Boca Juniors
30th title

Results

Home \ Away ALL ARJ ARS ATR BAN BEL BOC COL EST GCR IND LAN NOB OLI RAC SLO SMJ TIG USF VEL
All Boys 1–01–20–11–11–12–20–01–11–20–0
Argentinos Juniors 2–10–00–01–00–00–41–11–00–13–1
Arsenal 1–22–21–21–21–21–02–02–10–1
Atlético de Rafaela 3–11–30–00–21–32–10–03–12–0
Banfield 2–20–10–20–23–01–22–01–10–1
Belgrano 1–21–00–11–12–00–02–31–11–3
Boca Juniors 1–03–13–00–01–00–01–11–01–04–0
Colón 1–11–04–10–21–10–23–10–00–2
Estudiantes (LP) 3–04–33–02–12–30–00–22–21–32–0
Godoy Cruz 6–11–01–20–13–12–02–21–11–1
Independiente 0–00–10–11–02–11–13–02–12–10–1
Lanús 0–11–21–12–12–11–02–20–00–01–2
Newell's Old Boys 0–00–10–00–01–12–20–00–00–11–1
Olimpo 2–20–00–10–02–21–10–31–10–12–1
Racing 1–00–01–02–33–0 1–1 1–11–01–0
San Lorenzo 0–13–11–31–00–10–10–10–01–00–1
San Martín (SJ) 0–00–02–12–10–10–00–01–02–12–0
Tigre 1–12–23–01–00–12–12–11–11–3
Unión 1–11–10–11–00–00–00–12–11–11–1
Vélez Sarsfield 0–13–00–01–11–01–01–21–00–1
Source: [ citation needed ]
Colours: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Top goalscorers

RankNameNationalityClubGoals
1 Rubén Ramírez Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentine Godoy Cruz 12
2 Mauro Matos Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentine All Boys 7
César Pereyra Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentine Belgrano 7
Santiago Salcedo Flag of Paraguay.svg  Paraguayan Argentinos Juniors 7
5 Alexis Castro Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentine Atlético de Rafaela 6
Facundo Ferreyra Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentine Banfield 6
Darío Gandín Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentine Atlético de Rafaela 6
Teófilo Gutiérrez Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombian Racing 6
Martín Rolle Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentine Olimpo 6
10 Mauro Boselli Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentine Estudiantes 5
Darío Cvitanich Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentine Boca Juniors 5
Gastón Fernández Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentine Estudiantes 5
Guillermo Franco Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexican Vélez Sársfield 5
Esteban Fuertes Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentine Colón 5
Federico Higuaín Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentine Colón 5
Diego Morales Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentine Tigre 5
Mauro Obolo Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentine Arsenal 5
Mario Regueiro Flag of Uruguay.svg  Uruguayan Lanús 5
Paulo Rosales Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentine Unión 5

Torneo Clausura

The 2012 Clausura was the second and final championship of the season. It started on February 10 and ended on June 24, 2012.

Standings

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification
1 Arsenal 1911533015+1538 2013 Copa Libertadores Second Stage
2 Tigre 1910632915+1436
3 Vélez Sarsfield 199642615+1133
4 Boca Juniors 199643020+1033
5 All Boys 199642113+833
6 Newell's Old Boys 199552619+732
7 Colón 197842418+629
8 Argentinos Juniors 197661715+227
9 Estudiantes (LP) 197662324127
10 Lanús 197571918+126
11 Unión 1951042120+125
12 San Lorenzo 196762223125
13 Atlético de Rafaela 196672624+224
14 Belgrano 196671720324
15 San Martín (SJ) 196492129822
16 Independiente 195592228620
17 Racing 1954101927819
18 Godoy Cruz 1928911251414
19 Olimpo 19341220341413
20 Banfield 19251215372211
Source: [ citation needed ]
 Primera División
2012 Clausura Champion 
Arsenal
1st title

Results

Home \ Away ALL ARJ ARS ATR BAN BEL BOC COL EST GCR IND LAN NOB OLI RAC SLO SMJ TIG USF VEL
All Boys 0–23–12–03–11–10–01–02–02–10–0
Argentinos Juniors 1–00–01–00–01–22–10–11–10–0
Arsenal 3–12–21–01–03–13–11–12–10–01–0
Atlético de Rafaela 0–13–02–20–03–24–22–13–11–10–2
Banfield 0–01–10–30–31–11–11–20–22–20–4
Belgrano 0–01–13–11–12–10–11–21–11–11–0
Boca Juniors 2–10–31–03–04–52–22–02–00–0
Colón 1–00–02–02–03–01–00–33–11–10–2
Estudiantes (LP) 1–10–32–21–02–01–01–11–00–2
Godoy Cruz 1–10–11–32–10–00–11–11–11–00–2
Independiente 0–31–32–02–02–00–1 4–1 0–00–0
Lanús 1–00–11–02–10–13–14–11–30–0
Newell's Old Boys 1–11–01–03–00–22–10–02–03–1
Olimpo 1–20–02–12–54–12–12–21–20–3
Racing 3–01–20–21–11–01–11–00–00–31–2
San Lorenzo 2–00–21–11–13–03–21–13–10–2
San Martín (SJ) 1–40–12–20–11–01–02–13–21–3
Tigre 1–22–11–12–21–03–11–03–13–14–0
Unión 1–00–02–22–21–12–01–00–03–3
Vélez Sarsfield 0–23–22–10–11–11–10–00–11–00–1
Source: [ citation needed ]
Colours: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Top goalscorers

RankNameClubGoals
1 Carlos Luna Club Atlético Tigre 12
2 Gastón Caprari San Martín (SJ) 8
3 Ernesto Farías Independiente 7
Esteban Fuertes Colón 7
Darío Gandín Atlético de Rafaela 7
Emanuel Gigliotti San Lorenzo 7
Mariano Pavone Lanús 7

Source: Soccerway [43]

Relegation

Pos
Team 2009–10
Pts
2010–11
Pts
2011–12
Pts
Total
Pts
Total
Pld
Avg
Relegation
1 Vélez Sársfield 6182642071141.816
2 Estudiantes (LP) 7169501901141.667
3 Lanús 6063551781141.561
4 Boca Juniors 4753761761141.544
5 Argentinos Juniors 7354491761141.544
6 Arsenal 4657621651141.447
7 Belgrano 5555381.447
8 Colón 5547601621141.421
9 Newell's Old Boys 6942481591141.395
10 Independiente 6843471581141.386
11 All Boys 5154105761.382
12 Godoy Cruz 5363381541141.351
13 Unión 5050381.316
14 Atlético de Rafaela 5050381.316
15 Racing 4652501481141.298
16 Tigre 3250631451141.272
17 San Martín (SJ) 4848381.263 Relegation Playoff Matches
18 San Lorenzo 5247441431141.254
19 Banfield 7347221421141.246 Primera B Nacional
20 Olimpo 482977761.013

Source: [44]

Relegation/promotion playoffs

The 17th and 18th placed teams in the relegation table (San Martín (San Juan) and San Lorenzo, respectively) played the 3rd and 4th-place finishers of the 2011–12 Primera B Nacional season (Instituto and Rosario Central, respectively); the winner of each claiming a spot in the following Primera División season. The Primera División team (Team 1) played the second leg at home with sporty advantage if the aggregate would have been drawn. Both San Lorenzo and San Martín (San Juan) remained in the Primera División. These were the last promotions played between Argentine Primera División and Primera B Nacional teams.

The 2011–12 Argentine Primera B Nacional was the 26th season of second division professional of football in Argentina. A total of 20 teams competed; the champion and runner-up were promoted to Argentine Primera División.

Team 1 Agg. Team 21st leg2nd leg
Relegation/promotion playoff 1
San Martín (SJ) 0–0 Rosario Central 0–00–0
Relegation/promotion playoff 2
San Lorenzo 3–1 Instituto 2–01–1

International qualification

The 2011–12 Primera League table contributes towards qualifying for CONMEBOL tournaments in 2012 and 2013.

CONMEBOL governing body of association football in South America

The South American Football Confederation is the continental governing body of football in South America, and it is one of FIFA's six continental confederations. The oldest continental confederation in the world, its headquarters are located in Luque, Paraguay, near Asunción. CONMEBOL is responsible for the organization and governance of South American football's major international tournaments. With 10 member football associations, it has the fewest members of all the confederations in FIFA.

2012 CONMEBOL Tournaments

International qualification for the 2012 season presented a change from previous ones. Qualification for the first four Copa Libertadores berths comprises the previous season's Clausura champion, this season's Apertura champion, and the top two non-champions in an aggregate table of the aforementioned tournaments). The fifth Copa Libertadores berth was given to the best team in the Copa Sudamericana who has not already qualified otherwise.

Qualification to the Copa Sudamericana was determined through the same aggregate table as the Copa Libertadores. However, the six berths went to the top five teams that have not qualified for the Copa Libertadores and who were not participating in the relegation/promotion playoffs, and the Copa Argentina champion. [45]

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification
1 Boca Juniors 38211344928+2176 2012 Copa Libertadores Second Stage and 2012 Copa Sudamericana Second Stage [lower-alpha 1] [lower-alpha 2]
2 Vélez Sarsfield 38217105834+2470 2012 Copa Libertadores Second Stage [lower-alpha 2]
3 Lanús 38171384930+1964 2012 Copa Libertadores Second Stage
4 Godoy Cruz 381610126152+958
5 Independiente 381414104837+1156 2012 Copa Sudamericana Second Stage
6 Racing 381412124134+754
7 Tigre 381313124745+252
8 Argentinos Juniors 381216103435152
9 Colón 381410143942352
10 Arsenal 381213134642+449 2012 Copa Libertadores First Stage [lower-alpha 3]
11 Estudiantes (LP) 381211154243147
12 Olimpo 381016124348546
13 All Boys 3811131429421346
14 San Lorenzo 381012163335242
15 Banfield 381082037531638
16 Newell's Old Boys 385171629502132
17 Belgrano 198742116+531
18 San Martín (SJ) 196851714+326
19 Atlético de Rafaela 198292226426
20 Unión 196761418425
Source: [ citation needed ]
Rules for classification: 1st points; 2nd goal difference; 3rd goals scored; 4th head-to-head points; 5th head-to-head goal difference; 6th head-to-head goals scored.
Notes:
  1. Boca Juniors is qualified for the 2012 Copa Sudamericana as the 2011–12 Copa Argentina champion.
  2. 1 2 Vélez Sársfield and Boca Juniors are qualified for the 2012 Copa Libertadores as the 2011 Clausura and 2011 Apertura champions, respectively.
  3. Arsenal is qualified for the 2012 Copa Libertadores as the second-best Argentine team in the 2011 Copa Sudamericana, as Vélez Sársfield had qualified for the 2012 Copa Libertadores Second Stage.

2013 Copa Libertadores

The winner of the Clausura 2012 tournament (Arsenal) qualified directly. Other teams will qualify based on their combined points in Clausura 2012 and Inicial 2012. [45]

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