One of the most famous alternate jersey wore by Argentina was worn at the World Cup in Mexico when then manager Carlos Bilardo asked Le Coq Sportif Argentina's kit manufacturer at the time to come up with lighter blue shirts for the quarter-final, an impossible request given the short deadline.
Moreover, instead of holding two championships every year, only one double round-robin tournament was contested, like football leagues in Europe. The winner of Copa de la Superliga is the 5th team eligible to enter Copa Libertadores.
Four teams were relegated to and two teams were promoted from Primera B Nacional. However, inthe tournaments were separated.
This practice was very controversial, especially since one of the biggest teams Boca Juniors lost the finals against Newell's Old Boyscosting them their first official championship since despite an unbeaten run in the Clausura. Nevertheless, Argentina wore other uniforms a few times.
The Metropolitano only allowed clubs competing the old tournament to participate, while the Nacional was open to teams from regional tournaments. However, the project for the new format was successfully picked up starting from the season.