Club Atlético River Plate

Club Atlético River Plate is a profeesional Argentine sports club based in the Nuñez neebourheid o Buenos Aires. Awtho mony sports are practisit at the club, River is best kent for its profeesional fitbaw team, which haes wan mony o the maist important tournaments in the warld, includin Copa Libertadores, an Intercontinental Cup.

River Plate
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Full nameClub Atlético River Plate
Nickname(s)Los Millonarios (The Millionaires)
La Banda (The Strip)
El Campeón del Siglo XX (The Champion o the 20t Century) [1]
Foondit25 Mey 1901; 119 years ago (1901-05-25)
GroundEstadio Monumental Antonio Vespucio Liberti,
Belgrano, Buenos Aires
Ground Capacity66.266[2]
PresidentRodolfo D'Onofrio
ManagerMarcelo Gallardo
LeaguePrimera División
2014 Final1st (Champions)
WabsteidClub wabsteid
Current saison

River is the maist successful fitbaw team o Argentinae, haein wan the Primera División profeesional title a record 36 times.[3][4][5][6] Ither domestic competitions wan bi River Plate wur defuncts trophies Copa Dr. Carlos Ibarguren (fower times)[7] an Copa Adrián C. Escobar (ance).[8]



Offeecial honours
Ither honours

No recognisit as offeecial titles bi the Argentine Fitbaa Association:[13]

  • Copa San Martín de Tours[c] (10): 1965, 1971, 1972, 1977, 1978, 1985, 1988, 1989, 1993, 1996 [15]


Internaitional youthEedit


  1. On 5 Julie 2013, The Argentine Fitball Association recognisit the 1936 Copa de Oro wan bi River Plate as a Primera División honour. The information wis addit tae AFA's wabsteid an aw.[10][11] The Copa de Oro was a final played between the champions of previous competitions held that same year: River Plate (Copa Campeonato) an San Lorenzo (Copa de Honor Municipalidad de Buenos Aires). River wan the feenal match bi 4-2.[12]
  2. Title shared ex aequo with Liga Cultural de Santiago del Estero.[14]
  3. The matches o this cup belanged tae the league or Naitional championship.


  1. "El campeón del siglo" on La Nación, 29 December 1999
  2. Diario Uno
  3. Campeones de la Primera División (era amateur 1891-1934) at AFA website
  4. Campeones de la Primera División (era profesional: desde 1931) at AFA website
  5. "Torneo Argentino de Primera División - Títulos por Equipo",
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  7. Argentina – Copa Dr. Ibarguren at RSSSF
  8. Domestic cups in Argentina (see point 6) at RSSSF
  9. "Memoria y Balance 1936", p.33, AFA Library
  10. "La AFA les reconoció otro título a San Lorenzo y a River", Clarín, 6 July 2013
  11. "77 años después: San Lorenzo y River, campeones!", Crónica, 5 July 2013
  12. Argentina 1936 at RSSSF
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 13.3 13.4 "Copas Nacionales" at AFA website
  14. 1952 Copa Ibarguren at RSSSF
  15. Gorgazzi, Osvaldo José (7 Apryle 2006). "Argentina – Copa San Martín de Tours, Patrono de Buenos Aires". RSSSF. Retrieved 21 August 2011.

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