Club Atlético Boca Juniors

Boca Juniors

The club “xeneize”, founded on April 3, 1905, by Italian immigrants, is one of the two largest in Argentine football. While, internationally, it is the 2nd club with the most titles (22), only surpassed by the Spanish Real Madrid.

Six-time winner of the Copa Conmebol Libertadores and 3 Intercontinental, position Boca as one of the most important teams in America and internationally recognized for its record.

Undoubtedly, one of the most popular teams and with the largest number of fans, has been characterized by having among its rank’s players with great talent but also recognized for their commitment to the team. Angel Clemente Rojas, Antonio Roma, Hugo Gatti, Vicente Pernía, Diego Maradona, Miguel Brindisi, Alberto Márcico, Gabriel Batistuta, Claudio Caniggia, Juan Román Riquelme, Martín Palermo, among other soccer cracks.

“La Bombonera” is its mythical and emblematic stadium, located in the traditional neighborhood of La Boca in Buenos Aires. Founded in 1940, the Alberto J. Armando stadium is considered of sports, tourist and cultural interest. Diego Maradona, who has defined it as “The world soccer temple”, along with other great footballers who recognize it as a unique place to play, given the characteristics of its stands and the proximity of the public to the field of play.

Do not miss Boca Juniors in the Colossus Cup 2019!

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