Alumni Athletic Club


Foundations

. The school was founded on February 4, 1884 and played in first division in 
1893 and 1895. 
  Official web page: http://www.baehs.com.ar/

. The club was founded (c) October 3, 1898 by teachers, graduates and pupils from 
the school as a new institution and was dissolved on April 22, 1913.
 

Names

. The school.
       1893: Buenos Aires English High School.
       1895: English High School.

. The club.
1898 - 1900: English High School Athletic Club.
1901 - 1905: Alumni Football Team.
1906 - 1913: Alumni Athletic Club.


Official Championships and Cups

1900:   First Division.
1901:   First Division.                   (2nd. league in row)
1901:   Tie Cup Competition.              (double crown 1901)
1902:   First Division.                   (3rd. league in row)
1902:   Tie Cup Competition.              (double crown 1902)
1903:   First Division.                   (4th. league in row)
1903:   Tie Cup Competition.              (double crown 1903)
1905:   First Division.
1905:   MCBA Honor Cup.
1906:   First Division.                   (2nd. league in row)
1906:   Tie Cup Competition.              (double crown 1906)
1906:   MCBA Honor Cup.
1906:   Cousenier Honor Cup.              (triple crown 1906)
1907:   First Division.                   (3rd. league in row)
1907:   Jockey Club Cup.
1907:   Tie Cup Competition.              (double crown 1907)
1908:   Jockey Club Cup.               
1908:   Tie Cup Competition.
1909:   First Division.
1909:   Jockey Club Cup.
1909:   Tie Cup Competition.              (double crown 1909)
1910:   First Division.                   (2nd. league in row)
1911:   First Division.                   (3rd. league in row)


Titles in Lower Divisions

. The school.

1904:   English High School - School Division Champion.

. The club.

1901:   Alumni III - Third Division Champion.
1905:   Alumni III - Third Division Champion.
1905:   Alumni III - "El Diario" Cup Champion.


Stadiums

1899: Coghlan.
1900: Coghlan (3).
1901: Flores (2), Caballito (1).
1902: Caballito (1), Flores (1).
1903: Belgrano (1), Caballito (1), Flores (2), Lomas (1). 
1904: Caballito (2), Lomas (1), Palermo (1).
1905: Palermo (3), Sportiva (1).
1906: Sportiva (3).
1907: Caballito (3), Sportiva (5), San Martín (1).
1908: Caballito (8), San Isidro (1).
1909: Caballito (1), Colegiales (6), Lomas (1).
1910: Belgrano (1), Caballito (1), Colegiales (1), Palermo (2), Quilmes (2),
      San Isidro (1).
1911: Belgrano (1), Palermo (1), Quilmes (5), San Isidro (1).

In brackets: number of matches played at home in First Division.


Captains

1899 - 1902: Andrés Arturo "Colorado" Mack.
1903 - 1904: Jorge Gibson Brown.
       1905: Juan J. Moore.
       1906: Jorge Gibson Brown.
1907 - 1910: Alfredo C. Brown.
1910 - 1911: Jorge Gibson Brown.


Colours

. The school.
  Shirt: Red and white horizontal stripes.

. The club.
  Shirt: Red and white vertical stripes.
  Short: Black.
  Socks: Black with red and white tops.


History in Argentine Leagues

. The school in First Division.
1893    8  0  1  5   2:  4  1  Fourth (partial data)
1895   10  0  1  1          1  (Partial data)
 

. The club.
1899   16 13  0  3  68:  9 26  Second Division Runner-up
1900    6  5  1  0  18:  3 11  First Division Champion
1901    6  6  0  0  10:  1 12  First Division Champion
1902    8  7  1  0  24:  3 15  First Division Champion
1903   10  9  0  1  40:  4 18  First Division Champion
1904   10  5  3  2  18:  9 13  First Division Runner-up
1905   12 10  1  1  43:  8 21  First Division Champion
1906    9  8  0  1  32:  6 16  First Division Champion
1907   20 17  3  0  76: 13 37  First Division Champion
1908   18 13  1  4  74: 18 27  First Division Runner-up
1909   18 15  2  1  74: 19 32  First Division Champion
1910   16 10  5  1  42: 13 25  First Division Champion
1911   17 12  1  4  50: 16 25  First Division Champion
1912   They lost 3 matches by walk over and were eliminated.


History in Argentine Cups

1905    3  3  0  0   8:  2  6  MCBA Honor Cup Champion
1906    3  3  0  0  11:  2  6  MCBA Honor Cup Champion
1907    4  4  0  0  22:  2  8  Jockey Club Cup Champion
1908    4  4  0  0  13:  1  8  Jockey Club Cup Champion
1909    4  4  0  0  15:  4  8  Jockey Club Cup Champion
1910    2  1  0  1   4:  3  2  Jockey Club Cup Quarterfinal
1911    1  0  0  1   1:  2  0  Jockey Club Cup 1 / 8 Final


History in international tournaments


"Tie Cup Competition".

1900    2  1  0  1   3:  4  2  Semifinal
1901    3  3  0  0   7:  1  6  Champion
1902    7  3  3  1  10:  5  9  Runner-up
1903    3  3  0  0  10:  3  6  Champion
1904    2  1  0  1   2:  1  2  Quarterfinal
1905    2  1  0  1   3:  1  2  Semifinal
1906    5  5  0  0  21:  6 10  Champion
1907    1  1  0  0   3:  1  2  Champion
1908    1  1  0  0   4:  0  2  Champion
1909    1  1  0  0   4:  0  2  Champion


"Cousenier" Honor Cup.

1905    1  0  0  1   2:  3  0  Runner-up
1906    2  1  1  0   5:  3  3  Champion


Other teams called "Alumni" in Argentina

. Asociación Alumni                  - Tortuguitas -         Buenos Aires.   
 This club was founded in 1951 by graduates from the "Buenos Aires English 
High School". 
 Alumni (Tortuguitas) is not affiliated to soccer associations. 
 Its main activity is Football Rugby.

. "Alumni the Second"                - Olivos -              Buenos Aires.
 This club played in lower divisions after the dissolution of the original 
one.
 Alumni (Olivos) played the "Competencia" cup (1st. and 2nd. level) in 1914, 
1918 and 1919. 

. Alumni de Villa Urquiza.           - Ciudad de Buenos Aires.       
 This club played in 1946 in the third level of AFA. 
 Alumni de Villa Urquiza lost the affiliation in 1947.

. Club Atlético Boca Alumni.
 This club was founded in 1907 and dissolved in 1933 and played from 1922 
to 1926 in First Division and the "Competencia" cup during 1931.

. Alumni Azuleño                     - Azul -                Buenos Aires.
. Alumni Football Club               - Orense -              Buenos Aires.
. Club Alumni                        - Granadero Baigorria - Santa Fe.
. Club Alumni                        - Luján -               Buenos Aires.
. Club Atlético Alumni               - Benito Juárez -       Buenos Aires.
. Club Atlético Alumni               - Casilda -             Santa Fe.
. Club Atlético Alumni               - Concordia -           Entre Ríos. 
. Club Atlético Alumni               - Lobería -             Buenos Aires.
. Club Atlético Alumni               - Veinticinco de Mayo - Buenos Aires.
. Club Atlético Alumni               - Villa María -         Córdoba.
. Club Atlético Social Alumni        - Chascomús -           Buenos Aires.
. Club Atlético Vedia Alumni         - Vedia -               Buenos Aires.
. Club Deportivo y Recreativo Alumni - Quenuma -             Buenos Aires.
. Club Social Alumni                 - Turdera -             Buenos Aires.
. Club Social y Deportivo Alumni     - Roque Pérez -         Buenos Aires.


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Last updated: 15 Jul 2002

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