The first champions, Orizaba Athletic Club (Albinegros de Orizaba) came from Veracruz state.The club was founded by textile workers and European technicians in 1898. During the1902/03 season Orizaba had an exclusively British squad .
The club was founded by a Scot, Duncan Macomish, who owned a steel company.
Reforma was founded in 1894 by a group of Englishmen in Mexico City as a sports and social club.
British Football Club, based in Mexico City, was founded in 1902 by Percy Clifford, a Cornish immigrant, who at the time was a member of the Club Reforma.
Pachuca Athletic Club was founded in 1900 by Cornish mining engineers and workers of the Compañía Real del Monte. Pachuca is in Hidalgo state.
Pachuca was also an English dominated club- David Islas was the first Mexican to play for them, in 1908.
Wikipedia credits Alfred C. Crowle as being 'the man who first introduced the sport to the mine workers, bringing the first footballs and the rules'. In fact Crowle, who was born in Mexico (his parents were from Cornwall), joined Pachuca in 1904 as a 13 year old. He played for the club for 23 seasons, and in 1935 became manager of the Mexican national team.
Mexican National Cricket Club was founded in the small town San Pedro de los Pinos, now absorbed into the suburbs of Mexico City. The club was later known as Mexico Country Club (1906–08) and San Pedro Golf (1905–06).
1. Orizaba AC 4 3 1 0 5- 2 7
2. Reforma AC México 4 2 2 0 11- 5 6
3. British FC México 4 2 0 2 7- 3 4
4. Pachuca AC 4 0 2 2 2- 6 2
5. Mexican National Cricket Club 4 0 1 3 2-11 1