Animales: Civilization and Barbarism in Argentine Soccer

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These pages show club membership figures, earnings from club dues (broken down by age, gender, and location), and expenditures for cultural activities at CABJ.
Chief among the cultural events hosted by CABJ, various fundraisers for the Ciudad Deportiva project allowed the club to project a vibrant and international image to the world.
These pages provide a summary of the club's major accomplishments, including the staging of new exhibition tournaments and the progress of the Ciudad Deportiva complex.
These records show expenditures for the Ciudad Deportiva project. This report offered club members a chance to see the fiscal progress of this ambitious development.
These records show income and expenditures for CABJ, fiscal year October 1966 to September 1967, including revenue generated from the professional fiútbol team. Also included is a list of the major club donors and their contributions for the year.
Records show that CABJ enjoyed a 38% increase in club revenues from the previous fiscal year.
Details of the massive infrastructure project includes financial records, committee members, and stages of the project underway and planned for the future (swimming pool, bridges, paved walkways).
As one of the largest club associations, Boca Juniors developed various cultural programs for its members and their families, including theatre and cinema programs, as well as classes in music, dance, language, and chess.
Records show the titles Boca Juniors won in various sports, as well as a summary of all athletic-related events for the year for both men and women.
This table records the data for club membership at Boca Juniors between October 1966 and September 1967 - a period of small growth with an additional 4,000 socios.
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