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Round 29
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Round 30
Round 29
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42
34
24
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1.66
2.38
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26
31
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2.68
2.33
19° light rain
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2.54
1.67
27° clear sky
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58%
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1.66
1.16
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57%
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2.68
1.13
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59%
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1.52
1.18
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Round 24
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26
25
49
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2.55
2.04
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53.09
46.91
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2.55
1.06
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51%
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2.55
1.02
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ARGENTINA TORNEO A

The Argentina Torneo A is one of the two leagues forming the regionalized third level of the Argentine football league system. It is participated by teams from outside the city of Buenos Aires and its metropolitan area.

Today, Betimate will help you to understand more about this league via our post below as well as Argentina Torneo A Predictions updated on our site every day.

WHAT IS THE ARGENTINA TORNEO A?

The Argentina Torneo A was known as the Torneo Argentino A or the Argentine A Tournament. It was founded in 1995 and became one of the two tournaments that formed the regionalized third tier of the Argentine football league system. Clubs in the league are indirect membership in AFA from outside the city of Buenos Aires and its metropolitan area (Greater Buenos Aires). 

The other tournament was the Primera B Metropolitana which consisted of teams having direct membership in AFA. 

As of 2014, as a result of a change in the structure of the league system, the Torneo Argentino A was renamed the Torneo Federal A ( Federal A Tournament). This name has been retained until now. Federal A is organized by “Consejo Federal" which is a division of the AFA. 

 

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HOW IS THE FORMAT OF THE 2021 TORNEO FEDERAL A?

The 2021 Argentine Torneo Federal A is the ninth edition of the Federal A Tournament. The competition was contested by 27 of the 31 clubs taking part in the 2020 edition and four teams promoted from Torneo Regional Federal Amateur. There will be two teams promoted to the Primera B Nacional and no relegation to the lower level. The regular season of the 2021 Torneo Federal A began on 11 April 2021 and is scheduled to end in December 2021. 

The 31 teams joining the league were divided into 2 zones (A&B). Teams in each zone will play against the other teams in their group twice (once home and once away). One team in Zone B will have to say bye in each round for a total of 30 rounds. 

The winners of both zones will play a final match on neutral ground to decide the first team promoted to the next season of the Argentina Nacional B. Whereas, teams ranked from second to eighth place in each zone will play a knockout round ( Torneo Reducido) along with the loser team of the final match between the zone winners to find out the second promotion berth. No club will be relegated to the Torneo Regional Federal Amateur this season. 

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WHICH CLUBS ARE TAKING PART IN THE 2021 TORNEO FEDERAL A?

Here below tables are the lists of members in Zone A and Zone B of the 2021 Argentina Torneo A. Zone A features 16 clubs and Zone B features 15 clubs. They will play in a double round-robin tournament

Zone A

Team

City

Stadium

Cipolletti

Cipolletti

La Visera de Cemento

Círculo Deportivo

Comandante Nicanor Otamendi

Guillermo Trama

Ciudad de Bolivar

San Carlos de Bolívar

Municipal Eva Perón

Deportivo Camioneros

General Rodríguez

Hugo Moyano

Deportivo Madryn

Puerto Madryn

Coliseo del Golfo

Desamparados

San Juan

El Serpentario

Estudiantes

San Luis

Héctor Odicino – Pedro Benoza

Ferro Carril Oeste

General Pico

El Coloso del Barrio Talleres

Huracán Las Heras

Las Heras

General San Martín

Independiente

Chivilcoy

Raúl Orlando Lungarzo

Juventud Unida Universitario

San Luis

Mario Diez

Olimpo

Bahía Blanca

Roberto Natalio Carminatti

Sansinena

General Cerri

Luis Molina

Sol de Mayo

Viedma

Sol de Mayo

Sportivo Peñarol

Chimbas

Ramón Pablo Rojas

Villa Mitre

Bahía Blanca

El Fortín

 

Zone B

Team

City

Stadium

Boca Unidos

Corrientes

José Antonio Romero Feris

Central Norte

Salta

Doctor Luis Güemes

Chaco For Ever

Resistencia

Juan Alberto García

Crucero del Norte

Garupá

Andrés Guacurarí

Defensores

Pronunciamiento

Delio Cardozo

Defensores de Belgrano

Villa Ramallo

Salomón Boeseldín

Douglas Haig

Pergamino

Miguel Morales

Gimnasia y Esgrima

Concepción del Uruguay

Manuel y Ramón Núñez

Gimnasia y Tiro

Salta

Gigante del Norte

Juventud Unida

Gualeguaychú

De los Eucaliptos

Racing

Córdoba

Miguel Sancho

Sarmiento

Resistencia

Centenario

Sportivo Belgrano

San Francisco

Oscar Boero

Sportivo Las Parejas

Las Parejas

Fortaleza del Lobo

Unión

Sunchales

La Fortaleza

TITLES BY CLUBS IN THE FORMER ARGENTINA TORNEO A

From the 1995 to 2013 season, Juventud Antoniana, Racing, and Independiente Rivadavia are the best teams of the league with 2 times crowned the champion title each. Besides, there are many teams are having a title.

 

Team

Titles

Years won

Juventud Antoniana

2

1995–96, 1997–98

Racing (C)

2

1998–99, 2003–04

Independiente Rivadavia

2

1998–99, 2006–07

Almirante Brown (A)

1

1996–97

San Martín (M)

1

1996–97

Gimnasia y Esgrima (CdU)

1

1997–98

General Paz Juniors

1

1999–00

Huracán (TA)

1

2000–01

C.A.I.

1

2001–02

Tiro Federal

1

2002–03

Ben Hur

1

2004–05

Villa Mitre

1

2005–06

Atlético Tucumán

1

2007–08

Boca Unidos

1

2008–09

Patronato

1

2009–10

Guillermo Brown

1

2010–11

Douglas Haig

1

2011–12

Talleres (C)

1

2012–13

Santamarina

1

2013–14

TITLES BY CLUBS IN THE TORNEO FEDERAL ARGENTINA

Since 2014, the league system structure has been changed. We can also see the strong development of many teams in the Torneo A. The winners of the first edition in 2014 were not defined. Talleres and San Martín were continuing showing their dominance with titles in 2015 and 2016. In the next seasons, the winning title belonged to new teams who have not ever had this honor. That displayed the advancement of members in the league. 

 

Team

Titles

Years won

Talleres (C)

1

2015

San Martín (T)

1

2016

Agropecuario Argentino

1

2016–17

Central Córdoba (SdE)

1

2017–18

Estudiantes (RC)

1

2018–19

Güemes

1

2020

TOP BEST GOALSCORERS IN THE TORNEO FEDERAL A

Pablo Palacios Alvarenga is now the best player of the Torneo Federal A with 2 records of 21 goals in 2 consecutive seasons. Franco Olego ranks second with 20 goals. 

 

Player

Team

Goals

Season

Pablo Palacios Alvarenga

Gimnasia y Esgrima (M)

21

2016–17

Pablo Palacios Alvarenga

Gimnasia y Esgrima (M)

21

2017–18

Franco Olego

Defensores de Belgrano (VR)

20

2018–19

Gustavo Balvorín

Juventud Antoniana

18

2015

David Romero

San Lorenzo (A)

18

2015

Adrián Toloza

Mitre (SdE)

18

2015

Hugo Troche

Sportivo Patria

16

2014

Matías Zbrun

Libertad (S)

13

2016

REFERENCE SOURCES

  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Torneo_Argentino_A
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Torneo_Federal_A