ARGENTINA NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM
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Team: Argentina National Soccer Team
Founded: February 21, 1893
Number of World Cup Victories: 2 (1978 and 1986)
Current Team Captain: Lionel Messi
Current Coach: Lionel Scaloni
Argentina National Soccer Team TicketsKnown by its fans and supporters as "La Albicelestes," or "The White and Sky Blue," Argentina’s National Soccer team is one of the true behemoths in the history of international soccer, boasting two World Cup wins, 21 Copa América victories and 44 total trophies signifying first place in international tournaments. In addition, the Argentinian National team has twice been able to finish as runners-up in the World Cup, once in 1990 against what was then West Germany and again in 2014 against Germany proper. As the home of an impressive list of legends in the sport, like Diego Maradona, Alfredo Di Stefano, Mario Kempes and Lionel Messi, and a group of other high-caliber players, like Hernan Crespo, Sergio Aguero, Javier Mascherano and Daniel Passarella, the Argentina team is consistently on the list of favorites to win the World Cup whenever one comes around. Grab your Argentina National Soccer Team tickets at StubHub.
Which players have formed the Argentina National Soccer Team’s starting 11 in recent games?At one of the recent Argentina National Soccer Team games against Uruguay, they played with the following players: Esteban Andrada as goalkeeper (though Sergio Romero is also often used by the team); defenders Germán Pezzella, Nicolás Otamendi, Nicolás Tagliafico and Renzo Saravia; midfielders Rodrigo De Paul, Marcos Acuña and Leandro Paredes; midfielder substitutes Nicolás González, Nicolás Domínguez and Guido Rodríguez; and Sergio Agüero, Paulo Dybala and team captain Lionel Messi as forward and strikers.
What are some recent games involving the Argentina National Soccer Team?Some of the Argentina National Soccer Team’s recent games include a series of international-friendly games against Mexico, Germany, Ecuador, Brazil and Uruguay. The game against Mexico took place on September 10, 2019, and ended in a 4–0 victory for Argentina. The game against Germany happened on October 9, 2019, and ended in a 2–2 draw. The game against longtime rival Brazil happened on November 15, 2019, and ended in a 1–0 victory for La Albicelestes. Argentina’s match against its other ancient rival, Uruguay, on November 18, 2019, ended in a 2–2 draw.
What are some of the future games the Argentina National Soccer Team will be involved in?As part of the Copa América, the largest and most important South American soccer tournament, the Argentina National Soccer Team is set to play against Chile on June 12, 2020; Uruguay on June 16, 2020; Paraguay on June 20, 2020; and Bolivia on June 30, 2020. The team will also play against Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay as part of World Cup qualifying on September 3, 2020, September 8, 2020, and October 8, 2020, respectively.
What are some of the venues where the Argentina National Team is known to play often?The Argentina National Soccer Team has played and won important games in stadiums across the world. The team won its first World Cup Final in 1978 against the Netherlands at the Estadio Monumental Antonio Vespucio Liberti in Buenos Aires. La Albicelestes was able to repeat that feat in 1986 when it again won the World Cup, this time against West Germany, at the Estadio Azteca in Mexico City. The team has also played at venues like the Estadio Único de La Plata in La Plata, Argentina; the Estadio Hernando Siles in La Paz, Bolivia; and Bloomfield Stadium in Tel Aviv, Israel.
What are some other teams and soccer events that fans of the Argentina National Team may be interested in checking out?Lovers of the beautiful game — and especially of its international variant — are likely to also watch other international soccer powerhouses play if they happen to love soaking in the skills of the Argentina team. In particular, the German, Italian, French, Belgian, Portuguese and Spanish national teams can all offer fans a show as can Argentina’s longtime rival for South American soccer supremacy, the Brazilian National Soccer Team. StubHub can also help you get tickets to important international soccer tournaments like the Copa América and the World Cup.
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