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Argentina; Nickname(s) La Albiceleste (The White and Sky Blues) Association: Argentine Football Association (AFA) Confederation: CONMEBOL (South America) Head coach: Lionel Scaloni: Captain: Lionel Messi: Most caps: Javier Mascherano (147) Top scorer: Lionel Messi : Home stadium: Antonio Vespucio Liberti Buenos Aires Alberto J. Armando Buenos Aires Malvinas Argentinas Mendoza
On 20 May 2017, the Argentine Football Association announced that Sampaoli would take over as the new coach of the national team. He was officially presented on 1 June 2017. Sampaoli's first game in charge was a friendly match against Brazil on 9 June in Australia, with Argentina winning 1–0.
Association football is the most popular sport in the Argentine Republic and part of the culture in the country. It is the one with the most players (2,658,811 total, 331,811 of which are registered and 2,327,000 unregistered; with 3,377 clubs and 37,161 officials, all according to FIFA) and is the most popular recreational sport, played from childhood into old age.
Daniel Fernández (football manager, born 1963) Leonardo Carlos Fernández; Juan José Ferraro; Manuel Ferreira (footballer) Roberto Ferreiro; Enzo Ferrero; Ricardo Ferrero; Ubaldo Fillol; Mario Finarolli; Juan Ramón Fleita; José Oscar Flores; Rubén Forestello; Mario Fortunato; Darío Franco; Leo Franco; Carlos Fren; Pablo Frontini; Nicolás Frutos; Esteban Fuertes; Oscar Fulloné
Argentina; Nickname(s) La Albiceleste (The White and Sky-Blues) Association: Argentine Football Association (AFA) Confederation: CONMEBOL (South America) Head coach: Lionel Scaloni: Captain: Lionel Messi: Most caps: Javier Mascherano (147) Top scorer: Lionel Messi : Home stadium: Antonio Vespucio Liberti (El Monumental) FIFA code: ARG
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to navigation Jump to search. v. t. e. Argentina national football team – managers. Vázquez (1924–25) Lago Millán (1927–28) Olazar (1928–29)
The league lasted until 1914 when rejoining Asociación Argentina de Football forming a unique league for the 1915 season. The second dissident league was formed in 1919 and named " Asociación Amateurs de Football ", organizing its own championships (as FAF had done) until 1926 when it merged to the official association.
The Argentina national under-20 football team is the representative of Argentina in FIFA sponsored tournaments that pertain to that age level.. Argentina is the most successful nation in the FIFA U-20 World Cup, winning the competition a record six times.
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