- promoted, relegated, Cup Qualifier See Rank Key
|Rk||Squad||MP||W||D||L||GF||GA||GDiff||Pts||Attendance||Top Team Scorer||Goalkeeper||Notes|
|1||Univ Católica||24||16||5||3||44||14||+30||53||10,233||José Pedro Fuenzalida - 10||Matías Dituro||→ Copa Libertadores via league finish|
|2||Colo-Colo||24||11||7||6||37||30||+7||40||24,893||Esteban Paredes - 6||Brayan Cortés||→ Copa Libertadores via league finish|
|3||Palestino||24||10||8||6||42||31||+11||38||2,127||Lucas Passerini - 14||Fabián Cerda||→ Copa Libertadores via league finish|
|4||La Calera||24||9||9||6||29||23||+6||36||3,869||Eugenio Isnaldo, Marcelo Larrondo - 4||Augusto Batalla||→ Copa Sudamericana via league finish|
|5||Coquimbo Unido||24||8||10||6||29||27||+2||34||8,417||Mauricio Pinilla - 5||Matías Cano||→ Copa Sudamericana via league finish|
|6||Huachipato||24||9||7||8||31||30||+1||34||2,457||Juan Sánchez Sotelo - 7||Yerko Urra||→ Copa Sudamericana via league finish|
|7||Audax Italiano||24||10||4||10||35||35||0||34||3,090||Ignacio Jeraldino - 11||Joaquín Muñoz||→ Copa Sudamericana via league finish|
|8||O'Higgins||24||10||4||10||34||35||-1||34||5,471||Maximiliano Salas - 6||Miguel Pinto|
|9||Unión Española||25||10||4||11||32||35||-3||34||3,859||Sebastián Varas - 8||Diego Sánchez Carvajal|
|10||Cobresal||25||10||4||11||31||39||-8||34||1,050||Carlos Muñoz - 8||Sebastián López|
|11||CD Everton||24||7||8||9||21||24||-3||29||5,520||Juan Cuevas, Álvaro Ramos - 5||Cristian Campestrini|
|12||Antofagasta||24||7||6||11||34||35||-1||27||3,184||Tobías Figueroa - 11||Fernando Hurtado|
|13||Curico Unido||24||6||8||10||36||43||-7||26||3,741||Mauro Quiroga - 8||Jorge Deschamps|
|14||Univ Chile||24||4||12||8||32||38||-6||24||26,203||Leandro Benegas - 7||Johnny Herrera, Fernando de Paul|
|15||Iquique||24||6||6||12||24||40||-16||24||2,237||Matías Donoso - 10||Sebastián Pérez Kirby|
|16||U Concepción||24||5||8||11||23||35||-12||23||4,368||Patricio Rubio - 5||Cristián Muñoz|
Squad Standard Stats 2019 Primera División
Squad Goalkeeping 2019 Primera División
Squad Shooting 2019 Primera División
Squad Playing Time 2019 Primera División
Squad Miscellaneous Stats 2019 Primera División
Nationalities 2019 Primera División
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