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In 1908 the club's first team, playing in the Third Division, won the championship.In December 1910, a Banfield squad including William Peterson, Roger Jacobelli, Amador García, Carlos Lloveras, Galup Lanus and Bartholomew, amongst others, faced Racing in a two legged playoff for a place in the top division.The first match ended 0-0, with Racing finally winning, with a goal in extra time during the second match.In 1912, with the leadership of Captain Adolfo Pellens, Banfield won the championship for the third category thus the club ensured its return to second division.The team made poor campaigns, with less than 300 supporters per game.In 1938 Banfield finished last, being relegated to second division.His death created a huge vacuum of power that plunged Banfield into a constitutional crisis for a decade.
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The club's greatest sporting achievement was obtained in 2009, when it became champion of the Apertura, the first official national championship won by the club in the professional era of Argentine football.
In the First Division the club has also achieved two runners-up places, in 19.
The players were all born in Great Britain except the center half and captain James Dodds Watson, an Argentine native born in Buenos Aires.
The following year (1900), as there was still no promotion, Banfield retained the Second Division championship.
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The history of the club began on 21 January 1896, when a group of professionals and English merchants residing in Banfield decided to found a club which they named after the village, which had been named after the railway station, established in 1873, which in turn was named after Edward Banfield, the first manager of Great Southern Railroad Company.