1893 Argentine Primera División
|Champions||Lomas (1° title)|
|Goals scored||67 (3.19 per match)|
|Top goalscorer||William Leslie (Lomas)|
|Biggest home win||Lomas 11–0 English H.S.|
|Biggest away win||English H.S. 0–5 Lomas|
The 1893 Primera División was the 2nd. season in top-flight football in Argentina and the first organized by current Argentine Football Association, established that same year by Alexander Watson Hutton, considered "the father" of Argentine football.
Only Buenos Aires and Rosario Railway survived from the 1891 championship.
The championship took the format of a league of 5 teams, with each team playing the other twice. Lomas Athletic Club won its first league title.
|4||English High School||4||8||1||2||5||6||25||-19|
|5||Buenos Aires and Rosario Railway||2||8||0||2||6||3||19||-16|