Since its foundation, the May 25, 1901, River Plate reaped a total of 69 official titles in their 121 years of life: 51 local and 18 international. Thus, Núñez’s institution positions itself as the second most winning Argentine club in historyjust behind Boca Juniorswhich reached its 72nd star after beat Tigre 3-0 in the final of the 2022 Professional Football League Cup.
The most successful cycle corresponds to the one that began with the arrival of Marcelo Gallardo as technical director, in 2014. Since then, the Doll gave 14 Olympic laps: seven internationally and the same amount locally. His last consecration was in December 2021, when he got the Champions Trophy by beating Columbus of Santa Fe by 4-0.
All River Plate titles: local championships
- First Division Championship: 1920, 1932, 1936, 1936, 1937, 1941, 1942, 1945, 1947, 1952, 1953, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1985/86 y 1989/90.
- Metropolitan: 1975, 1977, 1979 y 1980.
- National Tournament: 1975, 1979 y 1981.
- Opening Tournament: 1991, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997 y 1999.
- Closing Tournament: 1997, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004 y 2008.
- final tournament: 2014.
Along its history, River reaped a total of 37 local championships, one of which corresponds to amateurism. In that way, it’s the Argentine club that won the most official titles of the Argentine Football Association (AFA) during professionalism.
There is a controversy regarding the 1936 Gold Cup. It is that, although the AFA counts it as a league, the confusing regulations of that time gave rise to it being counted as a national cup. In that case, supported by some historians and journalists, but not by the AFA, Núñez’s club would have 36 leagues and 15 national cups.
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All River Plate titles: national cups
- Argentine Cup: 2016, 2017 y 2019.
- Argentine Super Cup: 2017 y 2021.
- First Division Championship Cup: 2014.
- Carlos Ibarguen Cup: 1937, 1941, 1942 y 1952.
- Adrian Escobar Cup: 1941.
- Competition Cup: 1932.
- Jockey Club Competition Cup: 1914.
With 14 national cups, River ranks as the second most successful institution in this area. It is only surpassed by its classic rival, Boca Juniors, who added a new star in this category by beating Tigre in the final of the Professional League Cup, thus reaching 16 conquests.
All River Plate titles: international cups
- Copa Intercontinental: 1986.
- Liberators cup: 1986, 1996, 2015 y 2018.
- South American Cup: 2014.
- South American Recopa: 2015, 2016 y 2019.
- Super Cup: 1997.
- inter-american cup: 1987.
- Copa Suruga Bank: 2015.
- Cup Tie Competition: 1914.
- Ricardo Aldao Cup: 1936, 1937, 1941, 1945 y 1947.
Of the 18 international cups from River12 correspond to competitions organized by the South American Football Confederation (Conmebol). The remaining six are River Plate cups held between the Argentine Football Association (AFA) and the Uruguayan Football Association (AUF). It’s about the Cup Tie Competition and the Ricardo Aldao Cupwhich were played before the appearance of international tournaments that came to cover most of the continent.
The most winning teams in Argentine soccer
The Argentine club with the most official titles is Boca Juniors. After beating Tigre and becoming champion of the Professional League Cup, he won 72 trophies in his history: 16 national cups, 34 league cups and 22 international ones. In that way, he took him out three titles ahead of his classic rival.
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The podium completes it Independentwith 45 titles (nine national cups, 16 leagues and 20 international cups), while Racing It ranks fourth on the list, with 37 titles (13 national cups, 18 leagues and six international cups).