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Final Table:

 1. Millonarios    34   28    4    2     98:29    60      [Bogotá]
 2. Boca Juniors   34   22    5    7    110:55    49      [Cali]
 3. Cúcuta         34   21    6    7     93:56    48      [Cúcuta]
 4. Dep. Cali      34   19   10    5     82.46    48      [Cali]
 5. Quindío        34   15    9   10     70:62    39      [Armenia]
 6. Santa Fe       34   14    9   11     90:75    37      [Bogotá]
 7. Sporting       34   14    9   11     78:73    37      [Barranquilla]
 8. Junior         34   14    8   12     66:58    36      [Barranquilla]
 9. Once Deportivo 34   14    7   13     72:66    35      [Manizales]
10. D. Caldas      34   14    6   14     77:74    34      [Manizales]
11. Pereira        34   12   10   12     66:67    34      [Pereira]
12. Bucaramanga    34   14    6   14     55:60    34      [Bucaramanga]
13. América        34   11    7   16     66:76    29      [Cali]
14. Samarios       34   10    7   17     64:69    27      [Santa Marta]
15. Nacional       34    7    9   18     54:96    23      [Medellín]
16. Medellín       34    6    7   21     51:92    19      [Medellín]
17. Universidad    34    5    4   25     48:126   14      [Bogotá]
18. Huracán        34    2    3   27     33:93     9      [Medellín]

Millonarios [Bogotá] champions of Colombia 1951

NB: Atlético Municipal changed name to Atlético Nacional.
This year had he largest number of teams in Colombian championships (18 teams).

Topscorers

1. Alfredo Di Stefano (Millonarios)     31
2. Julio Avila (Caldas)                 30
3. Antonio Báez (Millonarios)           28
4. Alejandrino Genes (Boca Jrs)         26
5. Angel Bermi (Boca Jrs)               23
6. Bibiano Zapirain (Cúcuta)            22
6. Elger Alarcón (Quindío)              22
8. Fernando Walter (D. Cali)            21

Author: Frank Ballesteros
(f-balles@uniandes.edu.co)
Last updated: 14 Dec 1999

(C) Copyright Frank Ballesteros and RSSSF 1996/1999