Argentine Primera División

Argentine League
Argentine League.png
Full Name Argentine League
PES Name Liga de Argentina
First Appearance PES 2014
Number of teams 28 (As of PES 2018)

The Argentine First Division became licensed in PES 2014, along with the Chilean Primera División. The league became unlicensed in PES 2016 due to the new change in league format that consist of 30 teams. In PES 2018 the league was reduce to 28 teams with 2 fake teams at the start.

[edit] Teams

There are 28 teams participating in the Argentine League, they are:

Badge Club Name Club Fake/Alternative Name
Argentinos Juniors.png Argentinos Juniors GB Red White
Arsenal de Sarandi.png Arsenal GB Aqua Claret
AtléticoTucumán.png Atlético Tucumán Licensed
Banfield.png Banfield Licensed
Belgrano.png Belgrano Licensed
Boca Juniors.png Boca Juniors Buenos Aires (ISSPE2, PES 1)
Patagonia (PES 2, PES 4, PES 6)
Chacarita Juniors.png Chacarita Juniors Licensed
Colon.png Colón SF Red Black
Defensa y Justicia.png Defensa y Justicia GB Yellow Green
Estudiantes de la Plata.png Estudiantes Licensed
Gimnasia la Plata.png Gimnasia y Esgrima Licensed
Godoy Cruz.png Godoy Cruz Licensed
Huracan vt2vb.png Huracán Licensed
Independiente 5NQPu.png Independiente GB Scarlet
Lanus vc1K9.png Lanús Licensed
Newells.png Newell's Old Boys Licensed
Olimpo.png Olimpo PB Yellow Black
Patronato 8uJgW.png Patronato ER Black Stripe
Racing Club.png Racing Club Licensed
River Plate.png River Plate La Plata (PES 1)
Pampas (PES 2, PES 4, PES 6)
Rosario Central.png Rosario Central Licensed
San Lorenzo QmDXw.png San Lorenzo Licensed
San Martin.png San Martín (SJ) SJ Green Black
Talleres 6Fp4X.png Talleres Licensed
Temperley 1aJpn.png Temperley GB Aqua
Tigre qLUxt.png Tigre GB Blue Vermilion
Union Santa Fe.png Unión SF Red Stripe
Velez Sarsfield.png Vélez Sarsfield Licensed

Other inclusions to the Primera División have been:

Badge Club Name Club Fake/Alternative Name
Aldosivi.png Aldosivi PB Green Yellow
All Boys.png All Boys Licensed
Atletico de Rafaela.png Atlético de Rafaela SF Aqua White
GB GREEN BLACK.png GB Green Black Nueva Chicago
Guillermo Brown.png Guillermo Brown Licensed
Gimarquella.png Gimarquella Fake Team
MN YELLOW ORANGE.png MN Yellow Orange Crucero del Norte
Quilmes gUpsF.png Quilmes GB White Navy
S.D. Quaztolla.png S.D. Quaztolla Fake Team
Sarmiento AqEJm.png Sarmiento PB Green

[edit] Trivia

  • The two-letter code preceding some of the teams' fictional names in PES 2016 indicates the Argentine province from which each team is:
    • GB = Greater Buenos Aires (Argentinos Juniors, Arsenal de Sarandí, Defensa y Justicia, Independiente, Nueva Chicago, Quilmes, Temperley, Tigre)
    • MN = Misiones (Crucero del Norte)
    • PB = Buenos Aires Province (Aldosivi, Olimpo, Sarmiento)
    • SF = Santa Fe (Atlético Rafaela, Colón, Unión)
    • SJ = San Juan (San Martín)
  • Independiente became fully licensed in one of the PES 2016 updates.
  • S.D. Quaztolla and Gimarquella are fake teams that are replaced by Argentinos Juniors and Chacarita Juniors via DLC Update.
  • Guillermo Brown can be added to the league by replacing either S.D. Quaztolla or Gimarquella before the Update.


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