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This is a list of all the Argentinian Soccer articles we have published on the History of Soccer website.

Vélez Sarsfield stadium in Liniers, Buenos Aires

Velez Sarsfield: El Fortín (The Fort)

Velez Sarsfield is living proof that with hard work and self-belief, anything is possible. In the space of just a couple of years in the early 1990s, the Buenos Aires outfit went from being a modest club side to conquering …

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Estudiantes de La Plata players celebrating a goal

Estudiantes de La Plata: The Los Pincharratas

After waiting more than fifty years, Estudiantes de La Plata won their first domestic and international trophies. This represented a watershed moment in Argentinian soccer, as El Pincha becomes the first of the country’s “lesser lights” to make a mark …

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World Cup Trophy: FIFA History, Size, Weight, Replicas

The FIFA World Cup Trophy is arguably one of the most iconic prizes in the sporting world. One can also claim that it is arguably the most coveted piece of metal after an Olympics Gold medal in the sporting world. …

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Francisco Varallo carried off the pitch by Boca Juniors fans

Francisco Varallo: Boca Juniors And Argentina Forward

Francisco Varallo was the last surviving player from the 1930 World Cup who died at 100 years old in 2010. Known as Pancho, he played for the Argentine national team from 1930 to 1937 and was a member of Argentina’s …

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Cesar Luis Menotti Receiving An Argentina Shirt In A Press Conference

Cesar Luis Menotti: Raised Argentina’s Game To New Levels

Argentine soccer, recognized among the finest globally, owes its lofty standing in no small measure to Cesar Luis Menotti. The arrival of El Flaco (‘The Thin One’), as he was known from an early age, was a turning point in …

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Maracanã Soccer Stadium

Best Soccer Stadiums In The World

So you ask what club has the best soccer stadium in the world? If you randomly asked 100 soccer fans today, you’d probably get 60-80 different answers. This article will review 10 of the best soccer stadiums that everyone soccer …

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osvaldo ardiles winning the world cup for argentina

Osvaldo Ardiles: Playmaker That Shaped Modern Football

In 1978, the Football League lifted a 47-year ban on signing foreign players, and an influx of new talent flooded England’s shores. At the forefront of this revolution was Osvaldo Ardiles. He became to be known as ‘Ossie.’ Osvaldo Ardiles …

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Lionel Messi Representing Argentina In Soccer

Lionel Messi Complicated Relationship with Argentina

In the ever-changing landscape of football, there has been one constant. For 15 years, Lionel Messi has displayed an unrivaled dominance on the pitch; his success with Barcelona has been unparalleled. But World Cup glory continues to elude him. In …

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Enzo-Francescoli - Uruguayan And River Plate Soccer Player

Enzo Francescoli: The Uruguayan Prince

When people think of football legends, El Príncipe is frequently overlooked. Still, Enzo Francescoli was one of the best players of his era, arguably on par with peers Maradona and Zico. This Uruguayan and River Plate star deserves to be …

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superclasico

Superclásico: BOCA 2000 vs. RIVER 2018

This is a surreal Superclásico. Nothing could stop it from taking place. Recently, Plaza de Mayo was the scene of riots, repression, and death. “Pickets and pans, the struggle is the same one.” Looting. State of siege. President De la …

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