|Dates||15 February – 29 November 2019|
|Champions||Universidad Católica (14th title)|
|Copa Libertadores|| Universidad Católica |
|Copa Sudamericana|| Unión La Calera |
|Goals scored||514 (2.65 per match)|
|Top goalscorer|| Lucas Passerini |
|Biggest home win|| U. Católica 5–0 Cobresal |
|Biggest away win|| Unión Española 0–4 Everton |
|Highest scoring|| O'Higgins 3–6 Antofagasta |
U. de Chile 2–1 Dep. Iquique
The 2019 Campeonato Nacional , known as Campeonato AFP PlanVital 2019 for sponsorship reasons,was the 89th season of top-flight football in Chile. The season started on 15 February 2019. Universidad Católica were the defending champions, having won the previous tournament.
Due to the 2019 Chilean protests, the competition was suspended since mid-October with six matchdays still left. After a failed attempt to resume normal activity that saw only one match fully played,on 29 November 2019, ANFP's Council of Presidents voted to conclude the season. Thus Universidad Católica, who were leading the competition at the time of the suspension, won their fourteenth title. No teams were relegated to the Primera B this season.
Sixteen teams took part in the league in this season: the top fourteen teams from the previous season, plus Coquimbo Unido and Cobresal, who were promoted from the Primera B. Both promoted teams replaced Deportes Temuco and San Luis, who were relegated at the end of the last season.
|Audax Italiano||Santiago (La Florida)||Bicentenario de La Florida||12,000|
|Cobresal||El Salvador||El Cobre||12,000|
|Colo-Colo||Santiago (Macul)||Monumental David Arellano||47,347|
|Coquimbo Unido||Coquimbo||Francisco Sánchez Rumoroso||18,750|
|Curicó Unido||Curicó||La Granja||8,278|
|Deportes Antofagasta||Antofagasta||Calvo y Bascuñán||21,178|
|Everton||Viña del Mar||Sausalito||22,360|
|Palestino||Santiago (La Cisterna)||Municipal de La Cisterna||8,000|
|Unión Española||Santiago (Independencia)||Santa Laura-Universidad SEK||19,000|
|Unión La Calera||La Calera||Nicolás Chahuán Nazar||9,200|
|Universidad Católica||Santiago (Las Condes)||San Carlos de Apoquindo||14,118|
|Universidad de Chile||Santiago (Ñuñoa)||Nacional Julio Martínez Prádanos||48,665|
|Universidad de Concepción||Concepción||Alcaldesa Ester Roa Rebolledo||30,448|
|Team||Head coach||Kit manufacturer||Sponsors|
|Deportes Antofagasta||CAFU||Minera Escondida|
|Palestino||Capelli Sport||Bank of Palestine|
|Unión Española||Kappa||Universidad SEK|
|Unión La Calera||Lyon||PF|
|Universidad Católica||Under Armour||DirecTV|
|Universidad de Chile||Adidas||Petrobras|
|Universidad de Concepción||KS7||Algoritmos|
|Team||Outgoing manager||Manner of departure||Date of vacancy||Position in table||Incoming manager||Date of appointment|
|Colo-Colo||End of contract||2 December 2018||Pre-season||18 December 2018|
|Deportes Iquique||3 December 2018||4 December 2018|
|Everton||4 December 2018||13 December 2018|
|Universidad Católica||Resigned||10 December 2018||21 December 2018|
|Curicó Unido||Signed by OFI Crete||25 January 2019||28 January 2019|
|Universidad de Chile||Resigned||13 March 2019||10th||14 March 2019|
|Deportes Antofagasta||Sacked||18 May 2019||14th||18 May 2019|
|End of caretaker spell||27 May 2019||16th||27 May 2019|
|Huachipato||Mutual consent||9 July 2019||9th||11 July 2019|
|Deportes Iquique||29 July 2019||12th||30 July 2019|
|Universidad de Chile||Sacked||4 August 2019||15th||5 August 2019|
|Unión Española||23 August 2019||8th||24 August 2019|
|Unión La Calera||16 September 2019||7th||17 September 2019|
|Everton||17 September 2019||13th||18 September 2019|
|Curicó Unido||7 October 2019||12th||10 October 2019|
|1||Universidad Católica (C)||24||16||5||3||44||14||+30||53||Qualification for Copa Libertadores group stage|
|3||Palestino||24||10||8||6||42||31||+11||38||Qualification for Copa Libertadores second stage|
|4||Unión La Calera||25||9||10||6||29||23||+6||37||Qualification for Copa Sudamericana first stage|
|15||Universidad de Chile||24||4||12||8||32||38||−6||24|
|16||Universidad de Concepción||24||5||8||11||23||35||−12||23|
|10||Universidad de Chile||7|
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