|Date||Venue||Opponents||Score||Competition||Argentina scorers||Match Report(s)|
|18 July 1917||Montevideo||Uruguay||0 - 2||Copa Premier Honor Uruguayo|
|15 August 1917||Avellaneda||Uruguay||1 - 0||Copa Lipton|
|2 September 1917||Montevideo||Uruguay||1 - 0||Copa Newton|
|3 October 1917||Montevideo||Brazil||4 - 2||Copa América 1917||Calomino, Ohaco 2, Blanco|
|6 October 1917||Montevideo||Chile||1 - 0||Copa América 1917||L. García og|
|14 October 1917||Montevideo||Uruguay||1 - 0||Copa América 1917|
|21 October 1917||Avellaneda||Chile||1 - 1||Friendly|
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