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

Racing Club de Avellaneda team that won seven league titles in a row

Racing Club de Avellaneda: Big Five Club Of Argentine Soccer

The Racing Club de Avellaneda, also called Racing Club or simply Racing, is an Argentine professional sports club based in Avellaneda, a city in Buenos Aires. A member of the “big five” clubs of Argentine soccer, Foot Ball Racing Club …

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Daniel Bertoni: Argentine Winger Who Played On Left Or Right

Former Argentine soccer player Daniel Bertoni played on either the left or right-wing. During his career in Argentina, he dominated the soccer field at Club Atlético Independiente, where he won three Copa Libertadores, one Intercontinental Cup, and three Copa Interamericana …

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How Many Times Has Argentina Won The World Cup?

Argentina is persistently ranked as the second-best team in South America. They have topped the FIFA World Rankings on many occasions, including as recently as 2017. Argentina is the fifth favorite in Qatar’s upcoming 2022 FIFA World Cup Finals. But …

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Carlos Bilardo with Diego Maradona celebrating their World Cup win

Carlos Bilardo: The Big Nosed World Cup Winning Manager

As a player with Estudiantes de La Plata in the 1960s and as Argentina’s manager during the 1986 World Cup, Carlos Bilardo achieved worldwide renown. The team came close to reclaiming the title in 1990, reaching the final. During his …

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Boca Juniors Fans: The Most Passionate Club Supporters

On the exterior of the world-famous La Bombonera stadium sit two outstanding murals by painter and sculptor Pérez Celis. They give a telling insight into the beautiful world of Boca Juniors fans and what heroes of yesteryear and the struggles …

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argentina players surrounding the referee

Argentina vs England: 1966 World Cup Quarter-Final Contest

The Argentina vs England 1966 World Cup quarter-final in front of 90,584 spectators at Wembley is one of the most enduring matches in the history of soccer. While England’s extra-time victory over West Germany effectively sealed by Geoff Hurst’s controversial …

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French players celebrating winning the World Cup

Which Teams Have Won The World Cup: Most Wins By Country

Being the world’s most prestigious association football tournament, there is a lot to be said about the World Cup winners throughout the years. We will review which teams have won the World Cup, providing details about the World Cup winners …

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England vs Argentina 1998 world cup game

England vs Argentina 1998: Match Summary And Highlights

Despite never being outplayed, outfought, or outsung, England was knocked out of the 1998 FIFA World Cup quarter-finals. Just like Euro 96 and Italia 90, the tyranny of penalties has brought England players down again, repeating itself in the cruelest …

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Estadio Jose Amalfitani - home ground of Velez Sarsfield

Velez Sarsfield: Have Won 15 Major Trophies Since 1993

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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