Name
Argentinian Copa de la Liga Profesional

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First Recorded Event
2024-01-25

Current Season
2024

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16/04 Belgrano home team badge - Away Team Badge Racing Club
16/04 Lanus home team badge - Away Team Badge Estudiantes
16/04 Defensa y Ju home team badge - Away Team Badge Newells Old
16/04 Boca Juniors home team badge - Away Team Badge Godoy Cruz
17/04 Rosario Cent home team badge - Away Team Badge Deportivo Ri

Results
15/04 Argentinos J home team badge 3 - 1home team badge Barracas Cen
15/04 Instituto AC home team badge 1 - 0home team badge River Plate
15/04 Independient home team badge 2 - 2home team badge Talleres de
15/04 Independient home team badge 0 - 1home team badge Velez Sarsfi
14/04 Sarmiento home team badge 0 - 1home team badge Platense
14/04 Central Cór home team badge 0 - 0home team badge San Lorenzo
14/04 Huracan home team badge 4 - 0home team badge Atletico Tuc
14/04 Gimnasia LP home team badge 1 - 2home team badge Banfield
13/04 Tigre home team badge 0 - 1home team badge Union
13/04 Estudiantes  home team badge 1 - 0home team badge Boca Juniors

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The Copa de la Liga Profesional (English: Professional League Cup; officially named "Copa Diego Armando Maradona" in its first edition) is an official Argentine football cup competition. The cup was planned and organised by the "Liga Profesional de Fútbol", a body linked to the Argentine Football Association (AFA) that replaced the defunct Superliga Argentina. This cup was conceived as a contingency competition after the schedule for a regular league season had been repeatedly delayed because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

After the death of Diego Maradona in November 2020, the competition was named after him. Nevertheless, the LPF executives decided to suppress the "Diego Maradona" name to keep distance from the conflict between Maradona's heirs and lawyer Matías Morla, owner of the brand and former representative of Maradona.

Boca Juniors was the first champion of the competition, after beating Banfield in the final.
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Seasons

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2024
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Teams
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Argentinos Juni
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Atletico Tucuma
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Banfield
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Barracas Centra
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Belgrano
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Boca Juniors
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Central Córdob
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Defensa y Justi
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Deportivo Riest
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Estudiantes de
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Gimnasia LP
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Godoy Cruz
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Huracan
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Independiente
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Independiente R
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Instituto ACC
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Lanus
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Newells Old Boy
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Platense
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Racing Club
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River Plate
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Rosario Central
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San Lorenzo
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Sarmiento
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Talleres de Cor
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Tigre
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Union
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Velez Sarsfield

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