League Summary

Torneo Apertura

Torneo Apertura Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1Bolívar2617636635+3157→ Copa Libertadores via league finish
2The Strongest2616465530+2552
3Nacional Potosí2615564422+2250
5San José2612775544+11403-point deduction 1
6Jorge Wilstermann26124104437+740
7Oriente Petrolero26114114143-237
9Always Ready2686125043+730
10Real Potosí2676134159-1827
11Royal Parí2667133955-1625
12Sport Boys Warnes2658133251-1923

Torneo Clausura

Torneo Clausura Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
2Jorge Wilstermann118122310+1325
3The Strongest116322511+1421
4San José117222912+17203-point deduction 1
5Nacional Potosí115242116+517
6Always Ready115242016+417
7Oriente Petrolero115061719-215
8Royal Parí114341316-315
10Real Potosí113261822-411
12Sport Boys Warnes112541215-383-point deduction 2

League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Bolívar3725759449+4582Juanmi Callejón - 17Saidt Mustafá→ Copa Libertadores via league finish
2The Strongest3722788041+3973Rolando Blackburn - 20Daniel Vaca
3Nacional Potosí37207106538+2767Vladimir Castellón - 11Javier Rojas
4Jorge Wilstermann37205126747+2065Serginho - 7Arnaldo Giménez
5San José3719998456+2860Carlos Saucedo - 21Carlos Lampe, Luis Banegas6-point deduction 1
6Blooming37193157371+260Rafinha - 11Rubén Cordano
7Oriente Petrolero37164175862-452José Alfredo Castillo - 11Romel Quiñónez
8Always Ready37138167059+1147William Ferreira - 13Raúl Olivares
9Royal Parí371010175271-1940John Mosquera - 9Jorge Araúz
10Real Potosí37108195981-2238Juan Vogliotti - 8Miguel Mercado
11Guabirá37910183872-3437Luis Hurtado, Marcelo Aguirre - 5Luis Cárdenas
12Aurora37711194472-2832William Alvarez - 9Agustín Cousillas
13Sport Boys Warnes37713174466-2231Martín Prost - 8Alex Arancibia3-point deduction 2
14Destroyers37610213073-4328Rodderyk Perozo - 5Elder Arauz



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