NB: first season with organised league, covering Lima, Callao, and suburbs such as Miraflores and Barranco. NB: Sport José Gálvez de Lima withdrew because of not agreeing with the competition format. The clubs from Callao (among which Atlético Chalaco) did not respond to the invitation to enter. Participants (16): Association FBC Atlético Grau (Lima) Atlético Peruano Carlos Tenaud Nş1 Carlos Tenaud Nş2 Escuela Militar de Chorrillos Jorge Chávez Nş1 Lima Cricket Miraflores FBC Sport Alianza Sport Inca Sport Libertad Barranco Sport Magdalena Sport Progreso Sport Vitarte Sporting Miraflores NB: these 16 teams were divided over a first and a second level, both of 8 clubs. Primera División Top of Final Table: 1.Lima Cricket 2.Association FBC NB: Cricket and Association finished equal on points; Cricket were declared champions on head-to-head record; Escuela Militar de Chorrillos withdrew halfway though the season when positioned last in the Primera División with a single point
list of champions.
copa peru history.
list of 2nd division champions.
list of regional champions.
list of departmental champions.
list of final tables.
list of 2nd division final tables.
list of divisional movements.
list of foundation dates.
list of topscorers.
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Author: Hans Schöggl
Last updated: 9 Mar 2017
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