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After 12 years of absence from the championship, midfielder Florencia Bonsegundo led Argentina’s female soccer team into the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup last Tuesday in a tight match against Panama. With more than 11,000 spectators, most of whom were …

Sunday’s historic Copa Libertadores final played in the Bombonera left some Boca fans a little “worse for wear”: nerves were at an all time high due to the stakes of the game, this in addition to the hot, muggy weather …

You know its Spring in Buenos Aires when you walk into work and your hair is covered in those annoying fluffy seeds that trees bombard us with 24/7. Don’t let that put you off though; it’s time to shed those …

In the aftermath of Argentina’s elimination from the 2018 World Cup, soccer legend Diego Maradona offered to coach the Argentine National Team “for free.”

“People think I am happy, but my heart is heavy,” Maradona had stated after Argentina’s elimination.

It’s a long-standing tradition in many American sports, and soccer (football) isn’t an exception. The top players from North America’s Major League Soccer (MLS) unite to compete against a famous club, typically a European one. This August, the All-Star team …

In case you live under a rock didn’t know, the World Cup kicks off tomorrow and naturally, everyone is talking about it, regardless of their *actual* level of football interest or expertise.

What do we say to that? We feel …

One of the many videos going viral here last week perfectly depicts the mood in Buenos Aires right now. Shot from a dashcam, we see a man driving the car, while his wife sits in the passenger seat. She mentions …

This weekend was Major League Soccer’s first matches of the season, and the score sheets of various games included familiar names for those that follow Argentine football.

Federico Higuaín, Maximiliano Moralez, and Sebastián Blanco could be found among the teams, …

The Argentine footballing world has been under fire from President Mauricio Macri in a recent press conference. “Football is in a terminal crisis, perhaps worse than we’ve seen in this country. And I see that the leaders avoid the topic 

It may have been Racing legend Diego Milito’s last game at the Juan Domingo Péron Stadium, but there is a little glimmer of hope coming out of Avellaneda.

Two young boys were photographed peeking over the barrier onto the pitch …