Tie Cup

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Tie Cup Competition
Trofeo Copa Competencia Chevallier Boutell.png
The trophy awarded to champions
Organising body Flag of Argentina.svg AFA
Flag of Uruguay.svg AUF
Founded1900
Abolished1919;103 years ago (1919)
Region South America
Related competitions Copa Competencia (Arg)
Copa Competencia (Uru)
Last champions Flag of Argentina.svg Boca Juniors (1919)
Most successful club(s) Flag of Argentina.svg 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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History

Francis Chevallier-Boutell donated the trophy Francis Hepburn Chevallier-Boutell.jpg
Francis Chevallier-Boutell donated the trophy

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

Finals

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

Keys
  • a.e.t.: result/match won after extra time
  •   Second playoff result
Ed.YearChampionScoreRunner-upVenueCity
1
1900 Flag of Argentina.svg Belgrano AC
2–0
Flag of Argentina.svg Rosario AC Flores Old Ground Buenos Aires
2
1901 Flag of Argentina.svg Alumni
2–1 (a.e.t.)
Flag of Argentina.svg Rosario AC Lomas A.C. Lomas de Zamora
3
1902 Flag of Argentina.svg Rosario AC
1–1 (a.e.t.)
Flag of Argentina.svg Alumni Sociedad Sportiva Buenos Aires
1–1 (a.e.t.) [n 1]
Sociedad Sportiva Buenos Aires
2–1 (a.e.t.) [n 2]
Sociedad Sportiva Buenos Aires
4
1903 Flag of Argentina.svg Alumni
3–2 (a.e.t.)
Flag of Argentina.svg Rosario AC Sociedad Sportiva Buenos Aires
5
1904 Flag of Argentina.svg Rosario AC
3–2 (a.e.t.)
Flag of Uruguay.svg CURCC [n 3] Flores Old Ground Buenos Aires
6
1905 Flag of Argentina.svg Rosario AC
4–3 (a.e.t.)
Flag of Uruguay.svg CURCC Sociedad Sportiva Buenos Aires
7
1906 Flag of Argentina.svg Alumni
10–1
Flag of Argentina.svg Belgrano AC Quilmes A.C. Quilmes
8
1907 Flag of Argentina.svg Alumni
3–1
Flag of Uruguay.svg CURCC Ferro C. Oeste Buenos Aires
9
1908 Flag of Argentina.svg Alumni
4–0
Flag of Uruguay.svg Wanderers Belgrano A.C. Buenos Aires
10
1909 Flag of Argentina.svg Alumni
4–0
Flag of Uruguay.svg CURCC GEBA Buenos Aires
11
1910
(No champion crowned) [n 4]
GEBA Buenos Aires
12
1911 Flag of Uruguay.svg Wanderers
2–0
Flag of Argentina.svg San Isidro GEBA Buenos Aires
13
1912 Flag of Argentina.svg San Isidro
1–0
Flag of Uruguay.svg Nacional Racing Club Avellaneda
14
1913 Flag of Uruguay.svg Nacional
1–0
Flag of Argentina.svg San Isidro Racing Club Avellaneda
15
1914 Flag of Argentina.svg River Plate
1–0
Flag of Uruguay.svg Bristol Ferro C. Oeste Buenos Aires
16
1915 Flag of Uruguay.svg Nacional
2–0
Flag of Argentina.svg Porteño GEBA Buenos Aires
17
1916 Flag of Uruguay.svg Peñarol
3–0
Flag of Argentina.svg Rosario Central Racing Club Avellaneda
18
1917 Flag of Uruguay.svg Wanderers
4–0
Flag of Argentina.svg Independiente Racing Club Avellaneda
19
1918 Flag of Uruguay.svg Wanderers
2–1
Flag of Argentina.svg Porteño GEBA Buenos Aires
20
1919 Flag of Argentina.svg Boca Juniors
2–0
Flag of Uruguay.svg Nacional Sportivo Barracas Buenos Aires
Notes
  1. First playoff
  2. Second playoff
  3. 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.
  4. 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

Rosario A.C., 1904 winner Atl rosario final tiecup 1904.jpg
Rosario A.C., 1904 winner
Argentine club Alumni (posing with the cup among other trophies) is the most winning team with 6 titles Alumni Athletic Club (2).jpg
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 Wanderers 1911 tiecup.jpg
Montevideo Wanderers with the trophy in 1911
TeamTitlesYears won
Flag of Argentina.svg Alumni
6
1901, 1903, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909
Flag of Argentina.svg Rosario AC
3
1902, 1904, 1905
Flag of Uruguay.svg Wanderers
3
1911, 1917, 1918
Flag of Uruguay.svg Nacional
2
1913, 1915
Flag of Argentina.svg Belgrano AC
1
1900
Flag of Argentina.svg San Isidro
1
1912
Flag of Argentina.svg River Plate
1
1914
Flag of Uruguay.svg Peñarol
1
1916
Flag of Argentina.svg Boca Juniors
1
1919

Titles by country

CountryTitlesTeams
Flag of Argentina.svg Argentina 13 Belgrano AC, Alumni, Rosario AC,
San Isidro, River Plate, Boca Juniors
Flag of Uruguay.svg Uruguay 6 Wanderers, Nacional, Peñarol

Topscorers

Source: [6]

YearPlayerGoalsClub
1900Spencer Leonard
3
Alumni
1901Spencer Leonard
2
Alumni
Juan J. Moore Alumni
Julian Parr Rosario AC
Alberto Le Bas Rosario AC
1902 Jorge Brown
4
Alumni
Julian Parr Rosario AC
1903 Jorge Brown
5
Alumni
1904Arthur Wells
4
Rosario AC
1904M.O. Wells
4
Rosario AC
1906 Charles Whaley
13
Belgrano AC
1907 Eliseo Brown
10
Alumni
1908Charles Whaley
5
Belgrano AC
1909Maximiliano Susan
12
Estudiantes (BA)
1910Manuel González
11
Newell's Old Boys
1911Juan O. Gil
6
San Isidro
1912Julio Fernández
5
San Isidro
1913 Alberto Marcovecchio
9
Racing
1914 Alberto Marcovecchio
5
Racing
1915Martín Garat
5
Porteño
1916Guillermo Dannaher
4
Columbian
1917Domingo Brisotti
4
Banfield
Jorge Calandra Estudiantes (LP)
Pascual Garré Independiente
1918Pascual Polimeni
5
Porteño
Humberto Libonatti Gimnasia y Esgrima (R)
1919 Alberto Marcovecchio
7
Racing
Ennis Hayes Rosario Central

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