Boca Juniors is one of the most grounded and most well-known Argentinean football clubs from Buenos Aires. The club has won 18 global competitions and is the world record holder for this pointer, alongside Milan. This record incorporates six Libertadores Cups, just as three Intercontinental Cups. “Boca” multiple times won the title of boss of Argentina, and this is the second pointer in the nation after the “Waterway Plate”. Contention with this club is perceived by the Superclasico in Argentine football and a standout amongst the most essential derby in world football. Boca Juniors positioned twelfth in the positioning of the best clubs of the twentieth century (as indicated by FIFA). What’s more, he is among the 20 best clubs on the planet (as indicated by the International Federation of Football History and Statistics). “Boca” multiple times positioned first in this rundown – all the more regularly amid his residency as mentor Carlos Bianchi.
Boca Juniors history
On April 3, 1905, five Italian settlers assembled at the Plaza Solis, situated in the focal point of La Boca, Buenos Aires area. Esteban Balletto, Alfredo Scarpatti, Santiago San and the siblings Juan and Teodoro Farenga established “Boca Juniors”. Likely, at that point the Italian foreigners – the guardians of the club – couldn’t envision the degree to which their regular brainchild would develop. In 1913 the club was in the major associations, before that it played well in the nearby groups. They additionally did not keep away from the second beginner alliance. The group had an extraordinary strike, never leaving the pinnacle, and won multiple times in novice amusements. What’s more, with the approach of expert football in Argentina in 1931, the triumph in the primary title was commended by the Boca players. Picking up energy, the group turned into the most elite, second just to units.
Hang tight for the principal triumph over the “Waterway” had quite a while, as much as 5 years! August 18, 1918 on the field of the equivalent “Hustling” “Boca Juniors” at long last won it. The objective scored by the striker Briketto in the second half was the just a single. Also, perhaps it was this triumph gave the “blue-gold” trust in itself, on the grounds that the main achievement lay in front of them. He went to the group in 1919. The title started later than the booked date, since it was correctly this year that the football organization had another part: the Argentina Football Association and the Amateur Football Association, obviously, with their individual titles. “Boca” was in the AFA. What’s more, she won her title. In 1920, the group rehashed its prosperity, turning into a “bicampeon”. In any case, the nation truly began discussing “folks from Boca” in 1923, when Boca Juniors won its third title. The triumph was overpowering! In 30 matches – 24 wins, 3 draws and just 3 misfortunes, the objective distinction is 87:19. In the meantime it’s not a solitary annihilation in the local “Bombonera.” Next year, 1924, another, maybe much all the more persuading, triumphs. In 19 diversions – 18 wins and just a single draw, 67 are scored, and just 8 objectives are missed! The football club has its own custom, which has flourished since 1970: after every triumph in the Argentinean titles and global titles on the crest “Boca”, in the upper and lower parts, separately, another picture is included – a star.
Out of appreciation for “Boca Juniors”, numerous common Argentine groups are named, just as numerous groups from different nations of the world. Having accomplished high outcomes, the football club is an immediate confirmation of adoration and duty. The Boca Juniors Football Club Museum is dedicated to the history of this club. It is located in Argentina, the city of Buenos Aires. In it you can learn not only the history of the football club, but also see the monuments to football players, objects related to games. After all, as already mentioned, Boca Juniors is one of the strongest clubs in Argentina. It won 18 international tournaments. It takes 12th place in the list of the best clubs of the 20th century FIFA. Their club colors are blue and gold. In 1913, the club was in the big leagues and did not leave it.
Tour of the legendary Bomboner Stadium: fan stand, scenic graffiti and a lot of Maradona
La Boca is probably the most colorful area of Buenos Aires. And it’s not just the brightly painted houses, but in the neighborhood of the tourist quarter with the poor. Souvenir shops, a cafe where you can see tango, a man who looks like Maradona and offers to take a picture with him, are located next to dilapidated houses, blocked roads and a strong smell of human excrement. Walking around the area, of course, you can immediately see that among the variety of colors, the main colors here are blue and yellow. Cafe, simple houses are painted in these colors, there are a lot of different graffiti on the walls and buses.
In 2019 in Argentina, the presidential elections will be held. On one of the walls I find a peculiar call to put forward for presidency Juan Roman Riquelme. The Boca Juniors Arena itself is located close to residential buildings, so you can’t see it immediately. I turn around the corner of the house and find myself standing next to her. Here it is – “La Bomboner”. There are many shops around the stadium selling various football symbols. They can even find the form of “River Plate”. The most popular store is located almost opposite the entrance to the Boca Juniors Museum. Next to the store are the figures of famous players, the walls are decorated with graffiti, and inside you can find not only souvenirs, current equipment of the club, but also original T-shirts of past years.
On the facade of the main tribune, paintings are painted, of course, in blue and gold colors. On one of them, the players of “Boca” are depicted as a musical group. In another picture resemble the story of the emergence of club colors. Initially, Boca played in black and white. But the same coloring was used by another team from Buenos Aires. In order to decide who will continue to play in this form, a match was held, which Boca lost. I had to look for new colors. The players decided to come to the port and wait for the first ship to sail here. The colors of the flag flying on this ship will become the new colors of the form. The first to enter the port was a ship from Sweden. On the sidewalk around the stadium are the stars of the legends of the club. Each one has an inscription with the player’s name and an imprint of his foot or palm, if it is a goalkeeper. Here is the Martin Palermo foot. Entering the exhibition hall, everybody initially goes to the club shop. Here they sell diversion shirts, preparing, folder cases, tops and different adornments. Everything is as in some other club store. Glancing around, going to the clerk. A ticket to the gallery, including a voyage through the arena, for outsiders it is 470 Argentine pesos, for nearby – 350 pesos. At the passage to the corridor with an article of guests welcomed cardboard pictures of football players “Boca”. They are uncovered on the two sides of the path, as though the group is making a title hall for visitors.
The gallery itself is little. The light is quieted. From the speakers came the comments about the incredible history of the club. The exhibition hall itself possesses two stories. On the first are different containers and photographs from the historical backdrop of the club of the start of the twentieth century, a stone laid amid the development of the arena. There are antiquities of a later time, for instance, Lenny Kravitz’s guitar, painted in the shades of “Boci” (he played on it amid his execution on the “Bomboner”) or a T-shirt with the mark of Maradona.
Likewise on the principal floor there are two sight and sound lobbies. One of them is made in the state of a soccer ball. Inside – a screen with an all-encompassing perspective on the arena. The observer is inside the field and can feel the environment on the “Bomboner” amid the match. In the second corridor demonstrates a video of the unbelievable players “Boca”. Amid my visit there demonstrated brilliant minutes with the interest of Juan Roman Riquelme. A winding staircase prompts the second floor. The Boca Juniors diversion shirts on the divider by her are in the history. Here are the principal amusement sets.
Terrible occasions of the past season: FC “Boca Juniors” transport was stoned before the match with “Stream Plate”
There are harmed, midfielder Pablo Perez and the forward club Carlos Tevez taken to medical clinic. The transport of the Argentinean football club “Boca Juniors” was stoned before the second leg of the Libertadores Cup last match, in which the group must meet with “Stream Plate”. A few players endured. Boca Juniors midfielder Pablo Perez and club forward Carlos Tevez were taken to the emergency clinic. The aggressors crushed the windows of the transport with stones, because of which a few players got cuts. Police utilized nerve gas to scatter forcefully disapproved of fans.
Resonant events of the past season: 50 thousand fans came to the training of football players of Boca Juniors
About 50 thousand fans came to the home training of the Argentinean football club “Boca Juniors” in Buenos Aires before the second final match of the Libertadores Cup with fellow countrymen from River Plate. As reported by TASS with reference to the Argentine media, because of the large influx of people, the club management at some point was forced to close the entrance to the Bomboner stadium, which seats 57,395 people. For this reason alone, a full house was not recorded at the training. To the crowded bleachers, Boca Juniors players were preparing for the guest match with River Plate, in which the winner of the Libertadores Cup will be determined on November 24. The first match was held on November 11 and ended in a draw 2: 2. Both teams represent the country’s capital, Buenos Aires, and for the first time in history converge in the finals of the most prestigious club tournament in South America, which has been held since 1960 and is analogous to the European Champions League. River Plate is the most award-winning club of Argentina – he won the national championship 36 times and the Copa Libertadores three times. Boca Juniors is inferior to its principal rival in the number of champion titles (33), but surpasses it in victories in the Libertadores Cup (6).