Team Coach 1932 Peñarol Leonardo de Lucca 1933 Nacional Américo Szigeti (HUN)  1934 Nacional Américo Szigeti (HUN) 1935 Peñarol Athuel Velázquez 1936 Peñarol Athuel Velázquez 1937 Peñarol Athuel Velázquez 1938 Peñarol Athuel Velázquez 1939 Nacional William Reaside (SCO) 1940 Nacional Héctor Castro 1941 Nacional Héctor Castro 1942 Nacional Héctor Castro 1943 Nacional Héctor Castro 1944 Peñarol Aníbal Tejada 1945 Peñarol Alberto Supicci 1946 Nacional Enrique Fernández 1947 Nacional Ricardo G. Faccio 1948 not finished 1949 Peñarol Emérico Hirsch (HUN) 1950 Nacional Enrique Fernández 1951 Peñarol Emérico Hirsch (HUN) 1952 Nacional Héctor Castro  1953 Peñarol Juan López 1954 Peñarol Juan López 1955 Nacional Ondino Viera 1956 Nacional Ondino Viera 1957 Nacional Ondino Viera 1958 Peñarol Hugo Bagnulo 1959 Peñarol Roberto Scarone  1960 Peñarol Roberto Scarone 1961 Peñarol Roberto Scarone 1962 Peñarol Juan Peregrino Anselmo  1963 Nacional Zezé Moreira (BRA) 1964 Peñarol Roque Gastón Máspoli 1965 Peñarol Roque Gastón Máspoli 1966 Nacional Roberto Scarone  1967 Peñarol Roque Gastón Máspoli 1968 Peñarol Rafael Milans 1969 Nacional Zezé Moreira (BRA) 1970 Nacional Washington Etchamendi 1971 Nacional Washington Etchamendi 1972 Nacional Washington Etchamendi 1973 Peñarol Hugo Bagnulo 1974 Peñarol Hugo Bagnulo  1975 Peñarol Hugo Bagnulo 1976 Defensor José Ricardo de León 1977 Nacional Pedro Dellacha (ARG) 1978 Peñarol Dino Sani (BRA) 1979 Peñarol Dino Sani (BRA) 1980 Nacional Juan Martín Mujica 1981 Peñarol Luis Alberto Cubilla 1982 Peñarol Hugo Bagnulo 1983 Nacional Víctor Espárrago 1984 Central Español Líber Arispe 1985 Peñarol Roque Gastón Máspoli 1986 Peñarol Roque Gastón Máspoli 1987 Defensor Raúl Möller 1988 Danubio Ildo Maneiro 1989 Progreso Saúl Rivero 1990 Bella Vista Manuel Keosseián 1991 Defensor Juan Ahuntchaín 1992 Nacional Roberto Fleitas 1993 Peñarol Gregorio Pérez 1994 Peñarol Gregorio Pérez 1995 Peñarol Gregorio Pérez 1996 Peñarol Jorge Fossatti 1997 Peñarol Gregorio Pérez 1998 Nacional Hugo de León 1999 Peñarol Julio Ribas 2000 Nacional Hugo de León 2001 Nacional Hugo de León 2002 Nacional Daniel Carreño 2003 Peñarol Diego Aguirre 2004 Danubio Gerardo Pelusso 2005 Nacional Martín Lasarte 2005/06 Nacional Martín Lasarte 2006/07 Danubio Gustavo Matosas 2007/08 Defensor Sporting Jorge Da Silva 2008/09 Nacional Gerardo Pelusso 2009/10 Peñarol Diego Aguirre  2010/11 Nacional Juan Ramón Carrasco  2011/12 Nacional Marcelo Gallardo (ARG) 2012/13 Peñarol Jorge Da Silva 2013/14 Danubio Leonardo Ramos 2014/15 Nacional Álvaro Gutiérrez 2015/16 Peñarol Jorge Da Silva  2016 Nacional Martín Lasarte 2017 Peñarol Leonardo Ramos 2018 Peñarol Diego López  2019 Nacional Alvaro Gutiérrez  2020 Nacional Martín Ligüera  Most successful coaches: Roque Gastón Máspoli, 5 titles with Peñarol Hugo Bagnulo, 5 titles with Peñarol Héctor Castro, 5 titles with Nacional  Ondino Viera started the championship, but was replaced by Américo Szigueti (HUN).  Enrique Fernández started the championship, but was replaced by Héctor Castro.  Hugo Bagnulo was the coach throughout the whole season, but Roberto Scarone assumed before the Championship Playoff, held in March 1960.  Bela Guttman (HUN) started the championship, but renounced on october, being replaced by Peregrino Anselmo.  Fernando Riera (CHI) started the championship, but was replaced by Roberto Scarone.  José María Rodríguez started the championship, but was replaced by Hugo Bagnulo.  Julio Ribas started the championship, but was replaced by Víctor Púa after the 3rd match. Púa was then replaced after Torneo Apertura (15th match) by Diego Aguirre.  Luis González started the championship, but was replaced by Juan Ramón Carrasco after the 7th match.  Pablo Bengoechea started the championship, but was replaced by Jorge Da Silva after Torneo Apertura (15th match).  Leonardo Ramos started the championship, but was replaced by Diego López for Torneo Clausura.  Eduardo Domínguez started the championship, but was replaced by Álvaro Gutiérrez during Torneo Apertura (Domínguez was sacked on March 17th).  Gustavo Munúa started the championship, but was replaced by Jorge Giordano after losing the Torneo Apertura final, and Giordano himself was replaced by Martín Ligüera after March 21st, 2021.
Special thanks to Ariel Longo and Luis Prats for filling in the gaps
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Last updated: 15 Apr 2021
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