1 Racing Club1711242616851296961217101035
2 River Plate179623011852116494411471933
3 Lanús1710342621963015884041113533
4 Independiente1793530259612201283231013530
5 Boca Juniors17935231996031498332910430
6 Estudiantes (La Plata)1784519179621128822479228
7 Atlético Rafaela17746232094231512832388325
8 Newell's Old Boys17665212393331315833288-224
9 Tigre17728252195221668206915423
10 Arsenal176562122954011481161018-123
11 Vélez Sársfield17647192084311079216913-122
12 Godoy Cruz1756631358233141793331718-421
13 Banfield17557211983321399225810220
14 San Lorenzo176292022940512128224810-220
15 Belgrano17548202694231188125918-619
16 Defensa y justicia175481928831410149234914-919
17 Gimnasia (La Plata)174671115823378923447-418
18 Rosario Central17539182383231089216815-518
19 Olimpo1736812228323999045313-1015
20 Quilmes17269172782339109036817-1012

Top Scorer

Primera A 2014 Tran
Newell's Old Boys



Goal Scored


  • Players of Racing Club celebrate after wining the match between Racing Club and River Plate
  • Nelson Acevedo (#19) of Racing Club celebrate with a teammate the own goal scored by Ramiro Funes Mori of River Plate
  • Racing Club's midfielder Ricardo Centurion (C) controls the ball between River Plate's footballers
  • Supporters of Racing Club cheer their team
  • River Plate's footballers leave the field at the end the half time during their Argentine First Division football match against Racing Club
  • Racing Club's defender Ivan Pillud (C-front) vies for the ball with River Plate's forwards Lucas Boye (back) and Sebastian Driussi(R)