Buenos Aires is a city known for its passion and energy, and nowhere is this more evident than at a football match. Football, or “fútbol,” as it’s known in Argentina, is a beloved sport that brings people together from all walks of life. As a traveler visiting Buenos Aires, attending a football match is a […]
“Vamo Vamo River Plate, ponga huevo y corazón, que esta hichada se merece ser campeón,” sang a group of middle-aged men standing outside a bar some blocks away from River Plate’s legendary El Monumental.
It is still three hours before kick-off, but there was already a sea of River Plate fans washing all over the area. Now, this was not a build-up to just any game. River Plate looked to end a seven-year title drought in the Argentine first division. I was fortunate enough to be amongst the 70,000 hinchas through Homefans, alongside a guide who ma
Think you’ve experienced atmosphere? Think again. Football is more than just a sport in Argentina – it’s a culture, a way of life, and an identity. The length and breadth of the country is filled with passionate supporters and amazing stadiums, the likes of which you won’t find anywhere else. No matter where you go, a […]
Ever planning to visit Boedo in Buenos Aires to learn more about San Lorenzo? For sports fans who love to discover hidden gems and explore football neighborhoods, Boedo is absolutely worth visiting. Here are 5 highlights you can’t miss when discovering Boedo in Buenos Aires.
Ever wondered what the neighborhood around La Paternal, home of Argentinos Juniors, is like? The club where the legendary Diego Armando Maradona set his first footsteps of his professional career. Read more about it in this blog from Tomas.